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Cold model experiments have been conducted with water and poorly wetting plastic beads to visually observe the role of stirring speed and the size of the impeller on the retention of beads in water. It has been observed that the exposure of the impeller surface from water initiates the incorporation of beads in water and the extent of incorporation is enhanced with increasing exposure of the impeller. The exposure of the impeller starts at a higher speed of stirring for an impeller of a smallerdoi:10.2320/matertrans1960.29.502 fatcat:736y4mf5x5dmtpjih3tdxyet6e