• oil spill adsorption capacity of activated carbon tablets

    Oil Spill Adsorption Capacity of Activated Carbon Tablets

    Maulion et al., Oil Spill Adsorption Capacity of Activated Carbon Tablets from Corncobs… 148 P-ISSN 2350-7756 | E-ISSN 2350-8442 | www.apjmr.com Asia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Vol. 3, No. 5, December 2015

  • oil spill adsorption capacity of activated carbon tablets

    Oil Spill Adsorption Capacity of Activated Carbon Tablets

    The purpose of this study is to determine the adsorption capacity of activated carbon tablets\ud derived from corncobs in the removal of oil. The properties of activated carbon produced have a pH of\ud 7.0, bulk density of 0.26 g//cm3\ud , average pore size of 45nm, particle size of 18% at 60 mesh and 39% at\ud 80 mesh, iodine number of 1370 mg

  • review on the effectiveness of adsorbent materials in oil

    Review on the Effectiveness of Adsorbent Materials in Oil

    Adsorption Capacity of Activated Carbon Tablets from Corncobs in Simulated Oil- Water Mixture”, Asia Pacific Journal of Multidisciplinary Research, Vol. 3 No.5, 146-151, 20 15.

  • adsorption studies of oil spill clean-up using coconut coir

    Adsorption Studies of Oil Spill Clean-up Using Coconut Coir

    development and surface characteristics of the activated carbon produced [12, 10]. Hence, the objective of this research is to determine the adsorption capacity and % removal of crude oil spill using coconut coir activated carbon (CCAC). 2. Experimental Methods 2.1. Materials The coconut coir was obtained from Etinan main market in

  • cleanup oil spills by activated carbons prepared

    Cleanup Oil Spills by Activated Carbons Prepared

    The efficiencies of the activated carbons are tested with the removal capacities of organic waste such as oil. Oil spills on water bodies are harmful to the environment and humans. The best oil adsorption capacity was shown by activated carbon prepared from cooked corn cob 5.25 goil/gsorbent.

  • modeling the adsorption kinetics of activated carbon for oil

    Modeling the Adsorption Kinetics of Activated Carbon for Oil

    This work reports adsorption isotherms for C1 to C6 hydrocarbons on activated carbon at three different temperatures (293 K, 318 K, and 358 K) over a wide range of pressure (0 bar to 100 bar).

  • adsorption properties of nickel-based magnetic activated

    ADSORPTION PROPERTIES OF NICKEL-BASED MAGNETIC ACTIVATED

    for oil spill remediation (Orbell et al. 1997). However, most of these materials have the drawbacks of small adsorption capacity and narrow application range. To overcome the disadvantages of powdered activated carbon and magnetic particles, several methods such as impregnation (Wang et al. 1994), ball milling (Rudge

  • modeling the adsorption kinetics of activated carbon for oil

    Modeling the Adsorption Kinetics of Activated Carbon for Oil

    From Figure 2 We can see that higher temperature would decrease the adsorption capacity of activated carbon due to the fact that adsorption process is exothermic while increase the adsorption kinetics resulting in faster breakthrough, meaning the adsorbate (oil vapor) would reside shorter time in activated carbon reactor under higher temperatures compared with lower temperatures.

  • optimization of adsorption conditions for the removal

    Optimization of adsorption conditions for the removal

    In this article, modified activated carbon fiber (ACF) adsorbing emulsified oil is proposed as an effective method to treat oil spill. At first, the ACF was modified by HNO 3, and the adsorption was studied in batch mode. Then, single factor experiment and the response surface methodology were applied to optimize the adsorption condition.

  • characterizing biochar as alternative sorbent for oil spill

    Characterizing Biochar as Alternative Sorbent for Oil Spill

    Adsorption onto carbonaceous materials such as activated carbon (AC) has been indeed largely investigated for removing a large range of contaminants from wastewater 7,10,12 and sediments 13,14,15.

  • oil adsorption activated carbon | products & suppliers

    Oil Adsorption Activated Carbon | Products & Suppliers

    Description: Eaton's BECODISC B30C stacked disc cartridge has a high adsorption capacity, achieved through a high content of particularity highly active activated carbon. These adsorptive characteristics enable, for example, the de-coloration of fruit juices and liquid sugar.