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An in situ turbidimetric sensor for measuring solid concentration profiles in a stirred tank

Abstract : Local solid concentration profiles were investigates in a contoured bottom cylindrical reactor, mechanically stirred by a 45 pitche blade turbine and equipped with baffles. The solid-liquid system was formes by watter and spherical glass beads or alumina powder. The effect of stirring rate and physical properties of solid were examined and compared with profiles given by the litterature.
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P. Sessiecq, Frédéric Gruy, Michel Cournil. An in situ turbidimetric sensor for measuring solid concentration profiles in a stirred tank. 1st European Congress on Chemical Engineering (ECCE), May 1997, Florence, Italy. pp.1839-1842. ⟨emse-00612901⟩

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