Title of Invention

A SYSTEM FOR MIXING OF PRESSURE FEEDING FLUIDS

Abstract A fluid mixer that can, even when the pressure on the downstream side of a back-pressure valve in a mixing line varies, constantly feed a fixed amount of fluid of each feeding line to the mixing line so that a mixture ratio with good accuracy is maintained, and can, with the fluid flowing, vary at high accuracy a mixture ratio of the fluid of feeding lines. Restricting portions (5, 6) for regulating a fluid flow rate are arranged on the upstream side of a meeting point (4) where at least two feeding lines, or a first feeding line (1) and a second feeding line (2), join a mixing line (3). On the further upstream side of the restricting portions (5, 6) are arranged pressure-reducing valves (7, 8) in series with the feeding lines (1, 2), and in the mixing line (3) is provided a back-pressure valve (9). The back-pressure valve (9) and a flow rate meter (10) are arranged in series in the mixing line (3). Fixed orifices or regulating valves are used as the restricting portions (5, 6) and automatic valves are used as the pressure-reducing valves (7, 8) and the back-pressure valve (9).
Full Text BACKGROUND OF THE INVENTION
1. Field of the Invention
The present invention relates to a system for mixing of pressure feeding fluids, for supplying a fixed amount of fluid flowing through at least two supply lines to a mixing line in a fluid transportation in various industries including chemical plants, semiconductor manufacture, food area, bio-related area, etc., and more particularly, to a fluid mixer which can supply a fixed amount of fluid to the mixing line while maintaining a highly accurate mixing ratio in each of the supply lines even if a pressure on the downstream side of a back pressure valve of the mixing line is fluctuated, and further can change the mixing ratio of the mixing line without pump control of the fluid in the supply lines. The fluid mixer can also change the mixing ratio of the mixing line in the state where the fluid is flowed only by adjusting a flow rate of one of the supply lines.
2. Description of the Related Art
As an example of a conventional fluid mixer is a fluid mixer shown in FIG. 7 (disclosed in Japanese Unexamined Patent Application Publication No.2000-250634, for example). In this fluid mixer, a pump 102, a constant-pressure control valve 103, an orifice 104, a pressure gauge 105 and a check valve 106 are connected in series to a first supply passage 101 from the upstream side, and to a second supply passage
107, in the same way as the first supply passage 101, a pump
108, a constant-pressure control valve 109, an orifice 110, a pressure gauge 111 and a check valve 112 are connected

in series from the upstream side and an in-line type mixer 114 is provided on a mixing passage 113 where the fluids flowing through each of the supply passages are merged.
The action is that the fluid flowing through the first supply passage 101 is fed by pressure by the pump 102 and flows into the constant-pressure control valve 103 . The fluid having flowed into the constant-pressure control valve 103 has its pulsation suppressed by the action of the constant-pressure control valve 103 and set to a predetermined pressure and passes through the orifice 104 to flow into the mixing passage 113. At this time, the same action as the fluid in the first supply passage 101 also occurs at the same time in the second passage 107, and the fluid in the second passage 107 flows into the mixing passage 113. The fluids having flowed into the mixing passage 113 and merged are fed to the in-line type mixer 114, where they are stirred andmixed. At this time, the fluid flowing through each of the supply passages 101 and 107 is mixed at a predetermined ratio set in advance at the mixing passage 113 in the state where pulsation is suppressed. Moreover, by the action of the orifices 104 and 110, they are mixed at a predetermined ratio without subjected to pressure fluctuation of the in-line type mixer 114.
However, the above conventional fluid mixer has the following problems:
(1) If a diaphragm part such as nozzle for supply to a use point is provided at the end on the downstream side of the in-line type mixer 114 in the mixing passage 113, adhesion of foreign substances such as air bubbles to the nozzle
increases the pressure on the downstream side of the orifices 104 and 110 and causes pressure fluctuation larger than the pressure fluctuation in the in-line type mixer 114. The orifices 104 and 110 can not respond to the pressure fluctuation, and the flow rates are lowered and the accuracy of mixing ratio is deteriorated.
(2) If a valve or the like is provided at the mixing passage
113 for opening / closing, when the pressure of the mixing
passage 113 is fluctuated, the flow rates are also lowered
as in the above (1) and the accuracy of the mixing ratio
is deteriorated.
(3) If the flow rate of the fluid in one of the supply passages
is changed so as to change the mixing ratio, the pressure
on the downstream side of the orifice 104 or 110 on the other
of the supply passage is fluctuated, the same phenomenon
as in the above (1) occurs and mixing at a desired mixing
ratio can not be realized.
SUMMARY OF THE INVENTION
The present invention has an object to provide a fluid mixer which can supply a fixed amount of fluids flowing through at least two supply lines to a mixing line, supply the fluid in each of the supply lines at the fixed amount to the mixing line all the time even if the pressure on the downstream side of a back pressure valve of the mixing line is fluctuated, maintain an accurate mixing ratio and change the mixing ratio of the fluids in the supply lines with high accuracy in the state where the fluids are flowed.
The construction of the present invention to solve the
above problems will be described referring to Fig. 1. In
Fig. 1, on the upstream side from a merging point 4 where
at least two supply lines: a first supply line 1 and a second
supply line 2 are merged to a mixing line 3, diaphragm parts
5 and 6 for adjusting the flow rates of the fluids and pressure
reducing valves 7 and 8 are arranged in series on the further
upstream side of the diaphragm parts 5 and 6, and a back
pressure valve 9 is arranged in the mixing line 3, which
constitutes a first characteristic.
The arrangement of the back pressure valve 9 and the flow meter 10 in series in the mixing line 3 is a second characteristic, use of a fixed orifice or a regulating valve for the diaphragm parts 5 and 6 is a third characteristic, and the constitution that the pressure reducing valves 7 and 8 and the back pressure valve 9 are automatic valves is a fourth characteristic.
BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF THE DRAWINGS
Fig. 1 is a block diagram schematically showing a first preferred embodiment of the present invention, Fig. 2 is a block diagram schematically showing a second preferred embodiment of the present invention. Fig. 3 is a vertical sectional view of a pressure reducing valve. Fig. 4 is a block diagram schematically showing a testing device for measuring stability of a flow rate of a supply line. Fig. 5 is a graph showing the measurement results of the flow rate and back pressure of a device of the preferred embodiment. Fig. 6 is a graph showing the measurement results of the
flow rate and back pressure of a device of the comparative example .
DESCRIPTION OF THE PREFERRED EMBODIMENTS A preferred embodiment of the present invention will be described in detail referring to the drawings, but it is needless to say that the present invention is not limited to this preferred embodiment.
A first preferred embodiment of the present invention
will be described based on Figs. I and 3. Reference numeral
1 is a first supply line through which a fluid A flows, in
which from the upstream side, a pump 11, a pressure reducing
valve 7 and a needle valve 5, which is a diaphragm part,
are arranged in series, while reference numeral 2 is a second
supply line through which a fluid B flows, in which, similarly
to the first supply line 1, a pump 12, a pressure reducing
valve 8 and a needle valve 6, which is a diaphragm part,
are arranged in series from the upstream side. Reference
numeral 4 is a merging point in this device and a point where
the fluids A and B, supplied in a fixed amount, respectively,
are merged. Reference numeral 3 is a mixing line, which
is a line on the downstream side from the merging point 4.
In the mixing line 3, a back pressure valve 9 and a flow
meter 10 are arranged in series. Moreover, on its downstream
side, an in-line type mixer may be provided, though not shown,
for evenly mixing the fluids A and B, or instruments for
measuring concentration, pH, etc. may be provided. In this
preferred embodiment, the back pressure valve 9 and the flow
meter 10 are sequentially arranged in the mixing line 3 from
the merging point 4 toward the downstream side, but, they may be arranged reversely in the following order from the flow meter 10 to the back pressure valve 9. The members arranged in each line will be described below in detail.
The pumps 11 and 12 are bellows pumps without a sliding portion for pressure feed of the fluid to each of the supply lines 1 and 2. A bellows pump is used in this preferred embodiment, but not limited to this preferred embodiment, or regardless of occurrence of pulsation, any type of pump may be used.
The pressure reducing valves 7 and 8 are for pressure adjustment, flow rate regulation and pulsation suppression of each of the fluids A and B, and a preferable example is shown in Fig. 3. The construction comprises a main body 16 having a first valve chamber 13, a stepped portion 14 provided on the upper part of the first valve chamber 13 and a fluid inlet 15 communicating with the first valve chamber 13 therein, a lid body 19 having a second valve chamber 17 and a fluid outlet 18 communicating therewith and joined to the upper part of the main body, a first diaphragm 20 having a peripheral edge part joined to the upper peripheral edge part of first valve chamber 13, a second diaphragm 21 with the peripheral edge part held between the main body 16 and the lid body 19, a sleeve 24 joined to both annular joining portions 22 and 23 provided at the center of the first and the second diaphragms 20 and 21 and moveable in the axial direction, and a plug 26 fixed to the bottom portion of the first valve chamber 13 and forming a fluid control part 25 between it and the lower end of the sleeve 24 . The construction
also has an air chamber 27 surrounded by the inner circumferential surface of the stepped portion 14 of the main body and the first and the second diaphragms 20 and 21, in which a pressure receiving area of the second diaphragm 21 is constructed larger than the pressure receiving area of the first diaphragm 20, and an air supply port 28 communicating with the air chamber 27 is provided on the main body.
The action is that a predetermined internal pressure
is applied to the air chamber 27 by manipulation air and
first, the first diaphragm 20 receives a pressure in the
first valve chamber 13, that is, an upward force by a fluid
pressure on the primary side and a downward force by a pressure
in the air chamber 27 to which a predetermined internal
pressure is applied by manipulation air. In the meantime,
the second diaphragm 21 receives a pressure in the second
valve chamber 17 , that is, a downward force by a fluid pressure
on the secondary side and an upward force by a pressure in
the air chamber 27. And the position of the sleeve 24 joined
to the first and the second diaphragms 20 and 21 is determined
by the balance of these four forces. The sleeve 24 forms
the fluid 'control part 25 between it and the plug 26 and
controls the fluid pressure on the secondary side with its
opening area.
If the fluid pressure on the primary side is raised in this state, the fluid pressure and flow rate of the secondary side is also temporarily increased. At this time, an upward force works on the first diaphragm 20 and a downward force on the second diaphragm 21 by the fluid pressure, but
since the pressure receiving area of the second diaphragm 21 is designed sufficiently larger than that of the first diaphragm 20, the downward force overcomes the upward force, and as a result, the sleeve 24 is pressed downward. By this, the opening area of the fluid control part 25 is decreased, the fluid pressure on the secondary side is lowered to the original pressure instantaneously, and the internal pressure of the air chamber 27 is balanced again with the force by the fluid pressure.
In the meantime, when the fluid pressure on the primary
side is lowered, the fluid pressure on the secondary side
and the flow rate are also lowered temporarily . Atthistime,
a downward force and an upward force act on the first and
the second diaphragms 20 and 21, respectively, by the internal
pressure of the air chamber 27. But even in this case, since
the pressure receiving area of the second diaphragm 21 is
larger, the upward force overcomes the downward force and
presses the position of the sleeve 24 upward. By this, the
opening area of the fluid control part 25 is increased, the
fluid pressure on the secondary side is raised
instantaneously to the original pressure, and the force
balance is'kept again between the internal pressure of the
air chamber 27 and the fluid pressure. The original flow
rate is also maintained.
As mentioned above, even though the fluid pressure on the primary side of the pressure reducing valves 7 and 8 is increased / decreased, the position of the sleeve 24 is instantaneously changed so that the pressure on the secondary side is kept constant all the time. Therefore, even if the
inflowing fluid has pulsation, a fluid of which pressure is costantly controlled flows out of the outlet. Moreover, by pouring manipulation air to the air supply port 28 and by adjusting this manipulation air pressure, the degree of pressure reduction of the fluid can be adjusted and the flow rate can also be regulated.
As for materials of the members, it is particularly
useful to use a fluorine resin such as PTFE for the diaphragms
20 and 21 and a resin such as PP for the main body, but other
resins or metals may be used. In feedback control or the
like, it is further effective if the valve is used as an
automatic valve which can adjust the pressure reduction
degree of fluid by an air pressure signal or an electric
signal. The pressure reducing valves 7 and 8 are the same
in this preferred embodiment, but they should not necessarily
be the same only if they have an action of pressure control,
flow rate regulation and pulsation suppression of each of
the fluids and not limited to those having the above structure .
The needle valves 5 and 6 regulate flow rates by varying
the opening area of the flow passage. A needle valve is used
in this preferred embodiment, but a fixed orifice or a
regulating valve such as a pinch valve may be used as a
diaphragm. When using a fixed orifice, the pressure reducing
valves 7 and 8 may be used as a flow regulating valves by
adjusting the manipulation air pressure. Those used as above
mentioned diaphragm parts may be general-purpose ones which
are of daily use.
The back pressure valve 9 acts to absorb fluctuation of the pressure in the fluid on the downstream side of the
valve and to keep the pressure on the upstream side constant all the time. Also, the adjustment of the manipulation air pressure allows the pressure on the upstream side of the back pressure valve 9 to be adjusted and maintained at an arbitrary pressure. Preferably, an automatic valve which can make adjustment to an arbitrary pressure with an air pressure signal or an electric signal is particularly effective.
Reference numeral 10 is an ultrasonic flow meter for measuring the flow rate of the fluid in the mixing line 3 and converts a measured value of the fluid to an electric signal. In this preferred embodiment, an ultrasonic flow meter is used, but generally used flow meters including Karma n vortex type flow meter, impeller type flow meter, electromagnetic flow meter, differential pressure type flow meter, volumetric flow meter, hot wire flow meter or mass flow meter may be used.
Next, based on Figs. 1 and 3, the action of the above preferred embodiment will be described.
In the first supply line 1, the fluidAis fedbypressure by the pump 11 and flowed into the pressure reducing valve 7 . The fluid A has its pulsation suppressed in the pressure reducing valve 7 and its pressure reduction degree adjusted and then, flows into the needle valve 5 from the pressure reducing valve 7 and is supplied to the merging point 4. On the other hand, in the second supply line 2, the fluid B is supplied to the merging point 4 in the same action as the first supply line 1. The differential pressure before and after the needle valves 5 and 6 of each of the supply
lines 1 and 2 determines the supply flow rate to the merging point 4. Varying the opening areas of the needle valves 5 and 6 can regulate the flow rates in a wide range.
Next, each of the fluids A and B supplied to the merging
point 4 flows into the back pressure valve 9 of the mixing
line 3. By the action of the back pressure valve 9 at this
time, the pressure on the upstream side of the back pressure
valve 9, that is, from the downstream side of each of the
needle valves 5 and 6 to the back pressure valve 9 can be
kept constant even if the pressure on the downstream side
of the back pressure valve 9 is fluctuated, and each of the
needle valves 5 and 6 can keep the differential pressure
and the fluids A and B of each of the supply lines 1 and
2 are supplied to the merging point 4 in a predetermined
amount in the stable state all the time. The fluid having
passed through the back pressure valve 9 is measured by the
flow meter 10 in real time, and the measured value of the
flow rate is converted to an electric signal. Moreover, if
the pressure reducing valves 7 and 8 and the back pressure
valve 9 are automatic valves, the electric signal is fed
back to the pressure reducing valves 7 and 8 or the back
pressure valve 9 for adjustment of the pressure reduction
degree so that the flow rate of the mixing line 3 can be
controlled.
If a nozzle or the like for supply to a use point or the like is provided at the end of the mixing line 3 in this state, for example, adhesion to the nozzle of foreign substances such as air bubbles might raise the pressure at the end of the mixing line 3, but the action of the back
pressure valve 9 keeps constant the pressure from the downstream side of each of the needle valves 5 and 6 of each of the supply lines 1 and 2 to the upstream side of the back pressure valve without being affected by fluctuation of the pressure on the downstream side of the back pressure valve 9. And the differential pressure before and after the needle valves 5 and 6 is not fluctuated but a set flow rate can be supplied to themixing line 3 with accuracy, and an accurate mixing ratio can be maintained. Also, even if various valves are provided in series or parallel at the end of the mixing line 3 and opened / closed, for example, the accurate mixing ratio can be maintained with the same action as the above without being affected by the fluctuation of the pressure on the downstream side of the back pressure valve 9.
Here, if the mixing ratio is to be changed by increasing the flow rate of the fluid B in the second supply line 2 while the fluid A in the first supply line 1 is fixed at the set flow rate, the flow rate is increased by adjusting the pressure reducing valve 8 or the needle valve 6 on the second supply line 2. But at this time, the first supply line 1 receives the back pressure from the second supply line 2 side, and the pressure from the merging point 4 to the downstream side of the pressure reducing valve 7 is also raised. By the influence of this pressure, if the back pressure valve 9 is not present, the supply flow rate of the fluid Ainthe first supplyline 1 isdecreasedorcannotbe supplied. But in this preferred embodiment, the action of the back pressure valve 9 keeps constant the pressure from the upstream side of the back pressure valve 9 to the downstream side
of the needle valves 5 and 6 without being affected by the fluctuation of pressure on the downstream side. Thus, the fluid A of the first supply line 1 is not affected by the pressure of the fluid B of the second supply line 2, but the mixing ratio can be changed easily with high accuracy. Also, in the case where the mixing ratio is to be changed by decreasing the flow rate of the fluid B of the second supply line 2, the mixing ratio can be similarly changed easily with high accuracy.
By the above action, when the mixing ratio of the fluid in the mixing line 3 is to be changed, the mixing ratio can be changed without pump control of the fluid in the supply line, and only by adjusting the flow rate of one supply line, the mixing ratio can be changed easily and accurately with the fluid supplied.
Also, by setting the pressure of the upstream sides of the needle valves 5 and 6 of each of the supply lines 1 and 2 at the same value, the total flow rate can be changed by changing the opening area of the back pressure valve 9.
Next, a second preferred embodiment of the present invention will be described based on Fig. 2. Reference numeral 29-is a first supply line through which a fluid C is flowing, in which a pump 30, a pressure reducing valve 31 and a needle valve 32, which is a diaphragm, are arranged in series from the upstream side. Reference numeral 33 is a second supply line through which a fluid D is flowing, and reference numeral 34 is a third supply line through which a fluid E is flowing, in which pumps 35 and 36, pressure reducing valves 37 and 38 and needle valves 39 and 30, which
are diaphragms, are arranged in series from the upstream side as in the first supply line 29. Reference numeral 41 is a merging point, where the fluids C, D and E supplied in a fixed amount, respectively, are merged in the final stage. Reference numeral 42 is a mixing line, which is a line subsequent to the merging point 41. In the mixing line 42, a back pressure valve 43 and a flow meter 44 are arranged in series. The description and action of the members arranged in each of the lines are the same as in thepreferred embodiment 1 and will be omitted.
Next, a test for measuring over time whether the fluids in the supply lines are supplied stably with variations in pressure on the downstream side subsequent to the back pressure valve in the fluid mixer of the present invention was conducted as follows using an example apparatus shown in Fig. 4 .
To the first supply line 45, water colored in red at a room temperature was flowed. A supersonic flow meter 47 was arranged for measuring the flow rates of a tank 46, the pump 11, the pressure reducing valve 7, the needle valve 5 and the red-colored water from the upstream side of the first supply line 45. Also, to the second supply line 48, water colored in blue at a room temperature was flowed. The same members as in the first supply line 45 were arranged in the second supply line 48. Moreover, in the mixing line 3, the back pressure valve 9, a pressure gauge 49, the supersonic flow meter 10 and a needle valve 50 for fluctuating the pressure on the downstream side subsequent to the back pressure valve 9 were arranged. An apparatus excluding the
back pressure valve 9 in the mixing line 3 of the example apparatus was used as a comparative example apparatus.
In the first supply line 45, the pump 11 is set to a
discharge pressure of 0 . 3MPa and the pressure reducing valve
7 toamanipulationairpressure of O.lMPa. The openingdegree
of the needle valve 5 was adjusted, and the flow rate of
the red-colored water in the first supply line 45 was set
to 20mL/min when measured with the supersonic flow meter
47. In the second supply line 48, as in the first supply
line 45, the pump 12 is set to a discharge pressure of 0 . 3MPa
and the pressure reducing valve 8 to a manipulation air
pressure of O.lMPa. The opening degree of the needle valve
6 was adjusted, and the flow rate of the blue-colored water
in the second supply line 48 was set to 120mL/min when measured
with a supersonic flow meter 51. The opening degree of the
needle valve 50 is gradually throttled from this state, and
rise in pressure on the upstream side of the needle valve
50 (back pressure of the back pressure valve 9) was measured
by the pressure gauge 49 and the flow rates of each of the
supply lines 45 and 48 by the supersonic flow meters 47 and
51, respectively, over time.
As a result, as obvious from the graph in Fig. 5, in the example apparatus (with the back pressure valve 9) , the flow rate of each of the supply lines was not changed even if the back pressure is raised to 0.2MPa and supplied in a fixed amount to the mixing line 3 constantly and with high accuracy. In the meantime, as obvious form the graph in Fig. 6, in the comparative apparatus (with'out the back pressure valve 9), when the opening degree of the needle valve 50
was throttled and the back pressure was raised, each of the flow rates was lowered and fixed-amount supply to the mixing line 3 became impossible.
The present invention is constituted as above and its use provides the following excellent effect.
(1) Even if the pressure on the downstream side of the back
pressure valve in the mixing line is fluctuated by opening
/ closing of the valve in the mixing line or the like, a
fixed amount of fluids in each of the supply lines can be
supplied with high accuracy, and highly accurate mixing ratio
can be maintained. Particularly, that is effective when
highly accurate micro flow rate, concentration or mixing
ratio is needed.
(2) The mixing ratio in the mixing line can be changed only
by changing the flow rate of the supply line without pump
control of the fluid in the supply line.
(3) The mixing ratio in the mixing line can be changed only
by adjusting the flow rate of one of the supply lines in
the state where the fluids are being supplied.
(4) The total flow rate can be adjusted in the state where
the fluids are being supplied while the mixing ratio of the
mixing line is maintained with high accuracy.


We Claim:
1. A system for mixing of pressure feeding fluids flowing through at least
two supply lines (1,2) to a mixing line (3) at an arbitrary ratio, said system comprising:
a diaphragm (5, 6) in each supply line for adjusting the flow rate of the fluids provided on an upstream side from a point where said at least two supply lines are merged to said mixing line (3); and
characterized in that,
a pressure reducing valve (7, 8) is upstream of said diaphragm (5,6) and is in series therewith; and
said mixing line (3) has a back pressure valve (9).
2. The system as claimed in claim 1, further comprising a flow meter (10), wherein the back pressure valve (9) is arranged in series with the flow meter (10) in the mixing line (3).
3. The system as claimed in claim 2, wherein the diaphragm being selected from a fixed orifice and a regulating valve.
4. The system as claimed either in claims 2 or 3, wherein the pressure reducing valve (7) and the back pressure valve (9) are automatic valves.

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4737-DELNP-2005-Drawings-(08-05-2009).pdf

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4737-DELNP-2005-Form-1-(29-06-2009).pdf

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Patent Number 236026
Indian Patent Application Number 4737/DELNP/2005
PG Journal Number 39/2009
Publication Date 25-Sep-2009
Grant Date 16-Sep-2009
Date of Filing 18-Oct-2005
Name of Patentee ASAHI ORGANIC CHEMICALS INDUSTRY CO., LTD.
Applicant Address 5955,NAKANOSE-CHO 2-CHOME NOBEOKA-CITY MIYAZAKI 882-8688 JAPAN.
Inventors:
# Inventor's Name Inventor's Address
1 KAMIMURA, SHINOBU C/O 5955, NAKANOSE-CHO 2-CHOME NOBEOKA-CITY MIYAZAKI 882-8688 JAPAN.
2 YOSHINO, KENRO C/O 5955, NAKANOSE-CHO 2-CHME NOBEOKA-CITY MIYAZAKI 882-8688 JAPAN.
PCT International Classification Number B01F 15/00
PCT International Application Number PCT/JP2004/005051
PCT International Filing date 2004-04-07
PCT Conventions:
# PCT Application Number Date of Convention Priority Country
1 2003-103503 2003-04-07 Japan