Continuous Stirred-tank Reactor

Continuous stirred tank reactors are reactors, in which there is a constant in- and out-flow and the content is completely mixed. Complete mixing occurs when the particles entering the tank are dispersed immediately throughout the tank. The particles leave the tank in proportion of their statistical population. The reactors can be round or square as long as the contents of the tanks are uniformly and continuously distributed.


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