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Oil Removal From Produced Water Using Natural Materials
The oil and gas industry has had to deal with a massive amount of waste water as a bi-product of the exploration of oil and gas. This waste water referred to as produced water (PW) and the amount of PW increases with the ...
Production of Activated Carbon from Sewage Sludge for the Removal of Lead from Water
Different activated carbons were produced from sewage sludge taken from Sharjah waste water treatment plant. Carbonization and activation were carried out in steam environment without an external flowing inert stream or ...
Adsorption study of desulfurization of diesel oil using activated charcoal
This research investigates the use of adsorptive desulfurization for diesel oil using carbon-based adsorbents, and it evaluates the effect of the adsorptive desulfurization on the ignition quality of diesel fuel. Two of ...
Treatment of produced water using graphene
Adsorption is a well-known method for high efficiency in treatment of water and wastewater at low costs. It is a promising method that can compete strongly with conventional purification methods. Carbon-based materials ...
Modeling Adsorption Data of Hydrocarbons on 13X Zeolite using the Gaussian Adsorption Isotherm Model
Subcritical and supercritical adsorption data available in the literature for alkanes, alkenes and aromatics on 13X zeolite are correlated using the Gaussian adsorption model. This model is specified by three parameters: ...