Two-Phase Flow in Chemical Stirrers




Greater Copenhagen area

CFD is used increasingly common to simulate chemical phenomena. Many chemical models are developed in magnetic stirrers. For those chemical reactions where the flow properties play a role in the chemistry, understanding the fluid dynamics is important. Applications could be surface processes such as precipitation and corrosion. 

The project will involve: 

  • Setting up a Model for the Flow in an open Stirrer
  • Comparing Moving Reference Frame (MRF) Models to Moving and Sliding Mesh Models
  • Stability & Convergence of CFD model
  • Study the influence of turbulence modelling
  • Characterisation of the Solution:
    • Free Surface
    • Mixing
    • Shear Forces

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