In this study the effect of the volume percentage dispersed phase on the flow structure in an immiscible liquid–liquid system is investigated. A model system, consisting of two refraction index matched liquids, is presented along with velocity measurements of the continuous phase utilising the particle image velocimetry technique. Velocity fields at three locations have been measured inside a baffled cylindrical tank, stirred with a six-bladed Rushton turbine. The experiments show that this technique is applicable for volume fractions of up to 10% of dispersed phase. The magnitudes of velocity and turbulence are clearly affected by the level of the dispersed volume fraction.
Experiments in Fluids – Springer Journals
Published: Oct 12, 2006
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