mixing constant (k) = 0 = 0 |

fluid dynamic viscosity (μ) = 0 = 0 newton-second/meter^2 |

revolution per second (n) = 0 = 0 |

impeller diameter (D) = 0 = 0 meter |

power requirement (P) = NOT CALCULATED |

Select to solve for a different unknown

propeller and turbine mixers

power requirement (laminar flow) Reynolds number < 10 | |

mixing constant (laminar flow) | |

fluid dynamic viscosity | |

rotation speed revolutions per second (laminar flow) | |

impeller diameter (laminar flow) |

power requirement (turbulent flow) Reynolds number >10000 | |

mixing constant (turbulent flow) | |

fluid mass density | |

rotation speed revolutions per second (turbulent flow) | |

impeller diameter (turbulent flow) |

Reynolds number | |

impeller diameter | |

rotation speed revolutions per second | |

liquid mass density | |

fluid dynamic viscosity |

static mixers

dissipated power | |

specific weight water | |

flowrate | |

dissipated headloss |

pneumatic bubble mixers

power dissipated | |

volume of air at atmospheric pressure | |

discharge point air pressure |

power dissipated | |

volume of air at atmospheric pressure | |

discharge point air pressure |

References - Books:

George Tchobanoglous, Franklin L. Burton. 1991. Wastewater Engineering Treatment, Disposal and Reuse. McGraw Hill, Inc.

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