• Importance of Fluid Dynamics in Stirred BioReactors

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  • 28/05/2020 - 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm CEST
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  • Bioreactors are integral to development of high value products and reducing reliance on existing chemical based commodity processes. The design of bioreactors for large scale production is complex process. Hydrodynamic condition in bioreactor plays a very important role in process performance and it is very important to get detailed insight into hydrodynamics for successful scale-up. Experimental testing at lab and pilot scale is both time consuming and expensive and does not always help to understand the underlying influence of reactor hardware and operating protocols on process yields.

    This webinar discusses how MixIT – An Enterprise Mixing Analysis Solutions developed by Tridiagonal Solutions helps the process engineers to get more insights into hydrodynamics in bioreactors using advanced CFD based analysis.

    Case studies will be demonstrated involving scale-up and troubleshooting of the bioreactors.

     

    Who Should Attend? 

    • Chemical Process Engineering Professionals
    • Research and Development Scientists
    • Senior Process Project Managers
    • Principal Scientists
    • Chemists
    • Chemical Engineers
    • CFD Engineers and Managers

     

    In this webinar, the different solid properties that can affect the flow dynamics will be discussed. The impact of the property variations on the efficiency of industrial operations will be understood using simple examples. Different options to overcome the challenges in the solid flow operations will be reviewed. Finally, the use of Discrete Element Modeling (DEM) simulation tool, along with its application to industrial scale problem, will be discussed.

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