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Parallel finite element modeling of the hydrodynamics in agitated tanks

Christian Alberto Rivera Aparicio

PhD thesis (2009)

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Mixing in the transition flow regime -- Technology to mix in transition flow regime -- Methods to characterize mixing hydrodynamics -- Challenges to numerically model transition flow regime in agited tanks -- Transition flow regime in agitated tanks -- Parallel computing -- Numerical modeling of the agitators motion -- Overall methodological approach -- Computational resources -- Program development strategy -- Parallel finite element simulations of incompressible viscous fluid flow by domain decomposition with Lagrange multipliers -- Parallel numerical model -- Parallel implementation -- Three-dimensional benchmark cases -- A parallel finite element sliding mesh technique for the Navier-Stokes equation -- Numerical method -- Parallel implementation -- Numerical examples -- Parallel performance -- Finite element modeling of the laminar and transition flow of the Superblend dual shaft coaxial mixer on parallel computers -- Superblend coaxial mixer configuration -- Numerical model -- Hydrodynamics in Superblend coaxial mixer -- Mixing -- Mixing efficiency -- Parallel finite element solver -- Parallel sliding mesh technique -- Simulation of the hydrodynamics of a stirred tank in the transition regime -- Recommendations for future research -- Parallel algorithms -- Simulation of agited and the transition flow regime.

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Hydrodynamique; Dynamique des fluides numérique; Programmation parallèle (Informatique); Méthode des éléments finis

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Department: Département de génie chimique
Date Deposited: 04 Aug 2021 11:04
Last Modified: 25 Aug 2021 14:59
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