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Experimental study and mathematical modeling of the residence time distribution in magnetic mixer

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This study reports on research results in the field of a mixing process under the action of a transverse rotating magnetic field (TRMF). The main objective of this paper is to present the effect of this type of a magnetic field on residence time distribution (RTD) measurements. This paper evaluates the performance of a magnetic mixer by comparing the results of an experimental investigations in a pilot set-up and theoretical values obtained from mathematical model. This model consisting of the set of ideal continuous stirred tank reactors (CSTR) fitted well the experimental data.
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15
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53-60
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1 - 07 - 2013
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10 - 07 - 2013
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