|Title: Potential of Lagrangian Analysis Methods in the Study of Chemical Reactors.|
|Written by: Llamas, C.G.; Spille, C.; Kastens, S.; Paz, D.G.; Schlüter, M.; von Kameke, A.|
|in: <em>Chemie Ingenieur Technik</em>. (2020).|
|Volume: <strong>95</strong>. Number: (5),|
|on pages: 540-553|
|Publisher: Wiley VCH:|
Abstract: In most chemical reactors the homogeneous distribution of reactants is a desired prerequisite for guaranteed product quality and purity. However, oftentimes, especially in new reactor concepts this condition may not be met due to evolving or existing structures in the transport patterns. In this article the usage of Lagrangian analysis techniques in order to analyze chemical and biochemical reactors regarding the behavior of Lagrangian tracers is explored. A Lagrangian analysis on two different datasets is performed trying to show the large versatility of the concepts. The Lagrangian analysis techniques allow new insights into the reactor dynamics and could be a valuable tool to identify and characterize areas of different mixing performance.