Vessel type apparatuses that are agitated by mechanically rotating impellers are commonly used in industrial applications of chemical processes. Dynamics of the bulk flow produced by an impeller is primarily addressed because the impeller is essential in the apparatus. The ability of the impeller to convert the power input to the liquid flow is referred to as its efficiencies. The higher this quantity is the more effective agitation actions are within the vessel. In the turbulent flow regime as low-viscosity liquids are treated, the baffled vessels are often employed having a disk turbine impeller with six flat blades. For such a configuration of the apparatus, information and knowledge related to the liquid flow within the vessel have been accumulated for utilization in operational and geometrical design.