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Post Mixing offers mainly consulting services. There are, however, products from these services. These products are mainly computer programs that help you complete similar tasks on your own after you have been assisted by Post Mixing.

Advanced Tank Volume Calculator

Yes, it seems that everyone has a tank calculator. Some are just too simple, consisting merely of the volume of a cylinder with a flat bottom. This Tank Volume Calculator is like nothing else on the entire world wide web. Have a look and see for yourself!

Mixer/Tank Inventory

It is interesting just how little we know about our mixing capabilities and the tanks that hold our products. This inventory contains all of the important information regarding the mixers and tanks and the mixing capabilities of them. It also produces a scale-drawing of the mixer and tank. Click on this hyperlink to get a better idea of this product.

Process Specific Programs

Show me an engineer that doesn't like to do "what-if" and I'll show you ... What better way to end your consulting service with Post Mixing than to have a computer program tailor-made to your project? Together with the Mixer/Tank Inventory, this program can estimate mixing times, gas dispersion quality, degree of solids suspension, mass transfer characteristics and/or more.

CFD Programming and Outputs

Computational Fluid Dynamics is an attempt to solve the Navier-Stokes equation in mixing tanks. The outputs from these programs are so pleasing to engineers that they are often referred to as Colorful Fluid Dynamics. At the most recent Mixing Conference (Mixing XIX), CFD was also refered to as Confusing Fluid Dynamics. We use the fastest and most accurate CFD software available (ACUSOLVE) with an application layer specially made for dynamic mixing in tanks and pipes and for static mixers in pipes. /Products/product_heatmasstransfer.htm

Geometrical influences on local and total mass and heat transfer in an agitated tank

This book is the 343 page doctoral thesis of Thomas Post. The electrochemical method was used to derive the heat transfer coefficients at the wall of the tank. 124 different geometries were tested. Impellers included single and dual Pfaudler impellers with and without D- and F-baffles, single and dual Rushton Turbines with and without standard baffles, anchors, 1.5 pitch propellers with and without standard baffles, single and dual 45° pitched bladed turbines (PBT) with and without standard baffles, and single and dual flat bladed turbines (paddles without the disk) with 4 or 6 blades and with or without standard baffles. The effect of the bottom was also studied: dished bottom (German Klöpperboden (Kloepperboden)) or a flat bottom tank.

The thesis is for sale as a paperback book for $35.00 excluding any applicable taxes and shipping and handling while supplies last. If interested please use the Contact Us form.

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