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|Title:||Fluid mixing device|
|Contributor:||Sherrard-Smith, Hugh et al|
|Invented by R. M. Kelso, P. V. Lanspeary, G. J. Nathan, S. J. Hill, J. J. Parham, G. Kelly, P. R. E. Cutler, M. G. Budrulhisham; Assigned to Adelaide Research & Innovation Pty Ltd; Sherrard-Smith, Hugh et al. agents for inventors.|
|Abstract:||A fluid mixing device (1) includes a chamber (3) and a bluff body (4) defining one end of the chamber (3). A first fluid inlet (5) is located toward an opposite end of the chamber (3) from the bluff body (4) and arranged to direct fluid toward the bluff body (4). A region substantially surrounding the bluff body (4) has a flow divider (8) defining second fluid inlet(s) (11) to the chamber (3) and mixed fluid outlets (12) from the chamber (3). A fluid flow from the first fluid inlet (5) and/or from the second fluid inlet (11) establishes a recirculating vortex system (14) within the chamber and results in a mixture of fluids from the first fluid inlet (5) and the second fluid inlet(s) (11) being directed through the mixed fluid outlets (12).|
|Keywords:||EP 1141631 B8; PCT/AU1999/001164|
|Description:||PATENT: R. M. Kelso, P. V. Lanspeary, G. J. Nathan, S. J. Hill, J. J. Parham, G. Kelly, P. R. E. Cutler, M. G. Budrulhisham (Assigned to Adelaide Research & Innovation Pty Ltd). EP 1141631 B8 (PCT/AU1999/001164) filed Dec 24, 1999; published Jul 4, 2007; granted until Dec 24, 2019.|
|Appears in Collections:||Mechanical Engineering publications|
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