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Comparative study of Scaba 6SRGT, Prochem Maxflo, Intermig and Rushton turbine

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Comparative study of Scaba 6SRGT, Prochem Maxflo, Intermig and Rushton turbine : 

Comparative study of Scaba 6SRGT, Prochem Maxflo, Intermig and Rushton turbine Presented by : Megh Raj Bhatt (micromega)

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Objectives Introduction and definition Comparison Conclusion Acknowledgement References Presentation outline

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To fulfill the requirement of assignment To Define different agitators To make comparison of Scaba -6SRGT, Prochem Maxflo, Intermig and Rushton Agitators based on literature review Objectives

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Fermentation Biochemical Industrial Bioreactor A vessel in which fermentation process is carried out to produce desirable product Introduction

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Introduction Contd…. Structural components of bioreactor Agitator Glands & Bearings Baffles Sparger

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Agitator Instrument used to agitate the media Purpose of agitation Bulk fluid and gas phase mixing Air dispersion Oxygen transfer Heat transfer Suspension of solid particles Maintain uniform environment Introduction Contd….

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Types of Agitators Disc turbine Vaned disc Open turbine (variable pitch) Marine impeller Introduction Contd….

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Vaned disc Disc turbine(Rushton) Introduction Contd….

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Open turbine Marine propeller Introduction Contd….

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Agitation with vortexing Agitation without vortexing

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1. flow pattern (bottom CD-6 - radially, and top HE-3 impeller - downwards. ) 2. flow pattern in the same vessel by means of moving filled color contours. Red - high velocity, and blue - low velocity. 3.rectangular stirred vessel equipped with two up-pumping HE-3 impellers. 4.local velocity magnitude in the same vessel by means of moving filled contours.

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Modern turbines Scaba -6SRGT Prochem maxflo Intermig (Ekato) Conventional turbine Rushton Introduction Contd….

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Design Asymmetrical structure exists in the up and the down of the disc Blade curvature is different on top and bottom and the blade is longer on top. Scaba 6SRGT agitator Introduction Contd….

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Deeper concave blades Sharp back edge of blade With or without disks Fine mesh is used at the impeller blades. Introduction Contd…. Scaba 6SRGT agitator

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SHPD SLRT Varieties Introduction Contd…. Scaba 6SRGT agitator

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Function (strength) All of the gas chamber behind the impeller is disappeared The decentralization capability is improved Asymmetric blade makes gas flow asymmetric Upper portion of blade capture rising gas and disperse from inside the deep blades. Flow Pattern in Vessel Introduction Contd…. Scaba 6SRGT agitator

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Function(Strength) Latest innovation in radial aflow gas dispersion Disperses more gas than all other designs. Effect of gas flow rate on power draw is reduced Can handle high flow rate before flooding in tanks ofdiameters up to 1.53m Flow Around Impeller Blades Introduction Contd…. Scaba 6SRGT agitator

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Weakness May create lower concentration of O2 in broth away from agitator. May create higher concentration of nutrients near the feed point Does not give good top to bottom blending in large fermenter Scaba 6SRGT agitator Introduction Contd….

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Design Consists of 4 to 6 hydrofoil blades Set on a critical angle on central hollow hub High hydrodynamic thrust Increased downward pumping capacity Designed to minimize drag forces to reduce the power consumption Prochem Maxflo Introduction Contd….

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Design Contd… Recommended agitator to vessel ratio is 0.3 to 0.4 Agitation speed of 50 to 200 rpm can be achieved Available with up to 400 hp and output speeds ranging to 480 rpm Prochem Maxflo Introduction Contd….

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Varieties Smooth line Maxflo W Maxflo W Maxflo WSE Maxflo Y Introduction Contd…. Prochem Maxflo

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Function (Stength) Oxygen transfer efficiency is improved Suitable for bulk mixing Ideal for applications requiring high output speeds at medium torques Used at high speeds to promote rapid dispersion Used at low speeds for keeping solids in suspension. Less shear damage to the cell so can be used in animal cell culture Prochem Maxflo Introduction Contd….

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Fluid flow pattern Prochem Maxflo Introduction Contd….

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Weakness Flooded early Unable to give good mixing away from agitator Prochem Maxflo Introduction Contd….

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Design Possess Two units Made originally by Ekato Germany More complex in design Generally 4 Intermig impellers used Intermig agitator Introduction Contd….

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Design Agitator/vessel ratio ≈ 0.6 to 0.7 Impellers, commonly used in pairs, each rotated 900 on the shaft Larger air sparger is used Air dispersed from cavities on the wing Intermig agitator Introduction Contd….

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Strength Commonly used in fermentation processes for oxygen distribution Modern device Creates strong vertical flow Power number is low Intermig agitator Introduction Contd….

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Strength Areas of highest magnitude form a complex S-shaped region between impellers Air dispersed from cavities on the wing Holds up higher amount of air flow before flooding Intermig agitator Introduction Contd….

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Intermig agitator Fluid flow process Introduction Contd….

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Weakness Top to bottom mixing less efficient Vibrational problem Intemig agitator Introduction Contd….

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Design J.H. Rushton invented an impeller he called a flat bladed turbine 3 to 6 flat blades on a disc with central shaft Sometimes curved blade 1/3 of vessel diameter Radial flow impeller Rushton turbine Introduction Contd….

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Fluid flow pattern Rushton turbine Introduction Contd….

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RT 3 RT 4 RT 5 RT 6 RT 12 RT 8 Types Rushton turbine Introduction Contd….

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Variations Bar Turbine Pitched blade RT Rushton turbine Curved plate Introduction Contd….

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Strength Most widely used Too strong cutting capablity which can make liquid and gas decentrilize behind each leaf. Suitable for gas dispersion and liquid-liquid dispersion Flow vortices are formed both below and above of the agitator results in high dispersion effect Rushton turbine Introduction Contd….

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Strength Optimum design for many fermentation Can break up fast air stream without flooding Can withstand high superficial velocity(120m/h) Produces high degree of turbulence Simple structure for easy maintenance Rushton turbine Introduction Contd….

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Weakness Easily flooded especially in the case of high gas load Unable to disperse gas completely Rushton turbine Introduction Contd…. Fig: a) unmixed zone b) flooding c) mechnism of flooding

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Comparison Comparison -1

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Comparison Contd… Comparison-2

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Comparison Contd… Comparison-3

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Comparison Contd… Comparison-4

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Comparison Contd… Comparison-6

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Comparison Contd… Comparison-7

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Comparison Contd… Comparison-8

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Comparison Comparison-9

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Conclusion Rushton turbine gives radial flow and highly suitable for dispersing,suitable for blending and less suitable for suspending For highly viscous fluid axial flow impeller are suited and Scaba-6SRGT, Prochem maxflo and Intermig agitator can be used Scaba-6SRGT, Prochem maxflo and Intermig agitator perform optimally with low power consumption than others

Acknowledgement : 

Acknowledgement I wish to thank RBS sir Friends All of the faculty members

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Books • Stanbury, P.F., A. Whitaker, and S. J. Hall, Principles of Fermentation Technology, 2nd ed., Butterworth Heinemann, Oxford,2000. • Shuler, M. L. and F. Kargi. Bioprocess Engineering Basic Concepts, 2nd ed., Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, NJ,2002. References

References : 

Websites http://www.clevelandmixer.com/products/impellers/default.html http://www.biotec.or.th/biotechnology-en/en/index.asp http://www.ritai-fermenter.com/products.htm http://www.mofilco.com/impeller.html http://www.academicjournals.org/AJB/manuscripts/manuscripts2003/augustmanuscripts2003/Gueguim-Kana/Gueguin-Kana%20et%20al.htm www.pressureproductsindustries.com http://www.postmixing.com/mixing%20forum/impellers/impellers.htm http://www.directindustry.com/industrial-manufacturer/mixer-68768-_121.html References

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Thanks

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Transfer of Gas from air bubble to cell Transfer of Gas from air bubble to cell