Application Note

Uses Of Computational Fluid Dynamics For Evaluating The Performance Of Cubical Mixers In Bioprocessing

Source: Sartorius
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Mixing is a ubiquitous and critical part of any biomanufacturing process. Since traditional mixing vessels are increasingly being replaced with single-use technologies, proper characterization of mixing processes is especially important in modern biopharmaceutical processes.

Product quality, reproducibility, and uniformity are of utmost importance in all mixing processes. One way to ensure these product requirements are met is to perform computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations. CFD simulations enable manufacturers to design and optimize mixing equipment and processes without the need for time-consuming trial-and-error methods with different equipment configurations. Learn why CFD is invaluable in determining the performance of single-use mixers during process development.

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