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Summarising a Scientific Journal
Design & Technology
Pages 3 (753 words)
Summary: The conduct of the research was greatly inspired by the need to have a higher sensitivity in the mechanical characterisation of macroscopic mixers to bring about an eventual improvement in terms of mixing quality. There was an integrated method in conducting the research in that the researchers used two major methods.
Theoretically, this complexity and variability in conclusions implies that parameters used in achieving mixing quality will not always be independent but inversely related to each other (Wolfgang et al., 1999). Practically, all laboratory experimenter are admonished to be very watchful in guiding the fluid mixers in order to achieve uniform outflow of micro channels. Major Findings: Results are in three sections though they all centre round mixing quality. On mixing quality and loss pressure, results revealed that in the presence of large range of volume flow, there is tendency of quality mixing can be achieved if the conditions of proper combination of slit and micro channels are adhered to. This implies that experimenters must be proactive in their choice of micro channel selection. Similarly, Hessel et al. (2005) point out that “quality mixing can be accomplished by time-pulsing flow owing to a periodical change of pumping.” On the parallelization of mixing elements, results showed that reactants achieve high volume flow when channel depths are increased in a single mixing unit. This implies that when using one single mixing unit, parallelization of mixing which ensures increased volume flow in specified regions of >700mL/h cannot be realized. ...
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