• flocculation method amgen inc. freepatentsonline

    Flocculation method Amgen Inc. freepatentsonline

    2016-06-21· Flocculation method . United States Patent 9371554 . Abstract: The present invention relates to a method for harvesting recombinant proteins from mammalian cell culture fluid. The method makes use of cationic polymers, non-ionic polymers and non-ionic surfactants.

  • freepatentsonline fpo ip research & communities

    freepatentsonline FPO IP Research & Communities

    Distillation of data, trends, news, and top thoughts of the week in the world of Intellectual Property.

  • flocculant, manufacturing method therefor,

    Flocculant, manufacturing method therefor,

    2010-02-23· A flocculant, a manufacturing method therefor, and a flocculation method using the flocculant are provided such that a suspension of tap water treatment plant, sewage treatment plant, industrial drainage water or other service water or drainage water

  • flocculation method alberta innovates

    FLOCCULATION METHOD ALBERTA INNOVATES

    2011-06-09· A method is taught for producing freely draining flocculated sediment from a suspension comprising finely divided solids in water. The method comprises dispersing, at increasing concentrations, a charged particle hybrid polymer (CPHP) flocculant into the suspension to determine a minimum concentration of CPHP flocculant above which a freely draining flocculated sediment is produced that

  • method of flocculation ochiai hisaaki

    Method of Flocculation OCHIAI HISAAKI

    2011-12-15· The coagulation treatment method for water to be treated according to claim 1, wherein in the micro flocculation step, further comprising the step of providing a rapid agitation tank divided into at least two compartments arranged in series so that the water to be treated can move sequentially, and further comprising: a first coagulant

  • method of and apparatus for continuous flow flocculation

    Method of and apparatus for continuous flow flocculation

    1982-01-05· Method of and apparatus for continuous flow flocculation and clarification . United States Patent 4309291 . Abstract: A method of and apparatus for continuously removing dispersed particles which can be flocculated from a liquid containing said particles, such as wastewaters, wherein flocculation of said particles is caused to take place in a turbulent pipe flow by the injection and rapid

  • what is flocculation? a method for a better curd curd

    What Is Flocculation? A Method For A Better Curd Curd

    Flocculation Method Discrepancies. Common discrepancies that occur with the Flocculation method are either too short a coagulation time (less than 10 minutes) or a coagulation time that is too long (anything upwards of 20 minutes). These discrepancies can occur due to any of the variants mentioned above but can often also be easily remedied by

  • flocculation method homemade cheese.org

    Flocculation Method Homemade Cheese.org

    Flocculation is a scientific term which essentially means particles coming out of suspension and forming a solid in the cheese maker’s case, which means casein proteins coming out of suspension in the milk and forming curds.What we are trying to do in this method is measure when that actually happens for the cheese we are making, rather than allowing enough time for it to take place

  • flocculation method for better curd little green cheese

    Flocculation Method For Better Curd Little Green Cheese

    The flocculation method for better curd is a way to test the point of coagulation after adding the rennet to your milk. Using a factor (determined by the type of cheese you are making, you multiply the time taken for the flocculation point to help you predict the best time for curd set. So here is the process. Add your rennet when the recipe

  • fpo ip research & communities

    FPO IP Research & Communities

    Device and Method for Detection and Quantification of Immunological Proteins, Pathogenic and Microbial Agents and Cells The present invention provides a method and device for detecting and quantifying the concentration of magnetic-responsive micro-beads dispersed in a liquid sample. Also provided is a method

  • using lasers to produce graphene on an industrial scale

    Using lasers to produce graphene on an industrial scale

    Scientists at the National University of Singapore have identified a flocculation method that reduces the amount of solvent needed for their exfoliation process, which could yield graphene using far less solvent than was previously needed. Another method experiencing innovation is CVD, which uses thermal chemical reactions to ‘grow

  • dispersant

    Dispersant

    A dispersant or a dispersing agent or a plasticizer or a superplasticizer is either a non-surface active polymer or a surface-active substance added to a suspension, usually a colloid, to improve the separation of particles and to prevent settling or clumping.Dispersants consist normally of one or more surfactants.

  • final screening assessment for arthrobacter globiformis

    Final screening assessment for Arthrobacter globiformis

    The phylogenetic tree was constructed first by alignment of the sequences by the MUSCLE method and then analyzed with the Tamura-Nei distance model within the MEGA version 7 platform (Kumar et al. 2016). Bootstrap values of 50% and higher are shown at the nodes. Percentages are based on 500 re-samplings. 1.1.2 Biological and ecological properties

  • dispersant wikimili, the free encyclopedia

    Dispersant WikiMili, The Free Encyclopedia

    Flocculation, in the field of chemistry, is a process in which colloids come out of suspension in the form of floc or flake, either spontaneously or due to the addition of a clarifying agent. The action differs from precipitation in that, prior to flocculation, colloids are merely suspended in a liquid and not actually dissolved in a solution

  • professor nidal hilal swansea university

    Professor Nidal Hilal Swansea University

    Zahrim, A., Dexter, Z., Joseph, C., Hilal, N., Hilal, N. 2017 Effective coagulation-flocculation treatment of highly polluted palm oil mill biogas plant wastewater using dual coagulants: Decolourisation, kinetics and phytotoxicity studies Journal of Water Process Engineering 16 258 269

  • (pdf) performance evaluation of tertiary treatment through

    (PDF) Performance evaluation of tertiary treatment through

    Performance evaluation of tertiary treatment through ultrafiltration: Case study in Isfahan-industrial wastewater treatment plant Article (PDF Available) · January 2015 with 94 Reads How we

  • dispersions, emulsions, and foams sciencedirect

    Dispersions, emulsions, and foams ScienceDirect

    Dispersions, emulsions, and foams are used in a variety of processes in the oil field. In oilfield industry, the term surfactant is targeting mostly to emulsifying agents for fluids. In contrast, the major fields of the application for dispersants include cement slurries, oil spill treating agents, and transport applications. Further, foams

  • inventors synthesize graphene with lasers laser chirp

    Inventors Synthesize Graphene with Lasers Laser Chirp

    2019-05-17· Scientists at the National University of Singapore have identified a flocculation method that reduces the amount of solvent needed for their exfoliation process, which could yield graphene using far less solvent than was previously needed. Another method experiencing innovation is CVD, which uses thermal chemical reactions to ‘grow

  • guidelines for canadian drinking water quality: guideline

    Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality: Guideline

    There are several methods available for the analysis of bromate in drinking water. Based on the capacity of commercial laboratories, analytical methods are available to reliably measure bromate in drinking water at concentrations below the MAC. Bromate is difficult to remove from drinking water once formed. For bromate produced during ozonation

  • 134 questions with answers in wastewater

    134 questions with answers in WASTEWATER

    2017-01-06· Wastewater Management Science topic Explore the latest questions and answers in Wastewater Management, and find Wastewater Management experts. Questions (134)

  • separation of bio-oil by molecular distillation

    Separation of bio-oil by molecular distillation

    3.5.1. Statistical methods and analysis. As the composition of the bio-oil and the effects of the operating conditions (evaporation temperature) on the composition of each fraction were both complicated, a statistical method was used in this study to directly evaluate the separation level of bio-oil by molecular distillation.

  • asphaltene stability an overview sciencedirect topics

    Asphaltene Stability an overview ScienceDirect Topics

    A method for evaluating the fouling caused by refinery feedstocks has been described [20]. The method consists in sampling a plurality of refinery feedstocks or a fractions thereof, establishing an array of metal samples that are representative of the refinery, contacting the metal samples with each of the feedstock samples under appropriate

  • molecular characterization and anti-inflammatory activity

    Molecular Characterization and Anti-inflammatory Activity

    The lipid composition and anti-inflammatory activity of the microalga Isochrysis galbana were studied. Moreover, the influence of bioaccessibility on composition and bioactivity was evaluated

  • ali behnami master of science researchgate

    Ali Behnami Master of Science ResearchGate

    Considering the very high concentration of dye in your industrial wastewater, application of coagulation-flocculation method can yield high amount of sludge that increases the total treatment cost

  • effects of ph and suspended matter on the physico

    Effects of pH and suspended matter on the physico

    To resolve this problem, many scholars have attempted to find convenient and economic methods such as heat treatment (Louhelainen et al. 2002), flocculation (Chen et al. 2002), and coagulation (Huang et al. 2007) of BL from rice straw pulp. Therefore, it is still urgent to improve the performance of the alkali recovery process radically, or the

  • chapter 20 waste disposal sciencedirect

    Chapter 20 Waste disposal ScienceDirect

    Flocculation effluents of liquid phase oil-based drill cuttings may contain comparatively high concentrations of heavy metals, such as Cr 6+. Therefore, by a direct disposal of such liquids, environmental concerns can arise. Therefore, it is recommended that the flocculation effluent should be further treated before disposal.

  • dispersant — wikipedia republished // wiki 2

    Dispersant — Wikipedia Republished // WIKI 2

    A dispersant or a dispersing agent or a plasticizer or a superplasticizer is either a non-surface active polymer or a surface-active substance added to a suspension, usually a colloid, to improve the separation of particles and to prevent settling or clumping. Dispersants consist normally of one or more surfactants, but may also be gases.

  • final screening assessment for cellulomonas biazotea

    Final Screening Assessment for Cellulomonas biazotea

    The phylogenetic tree was generated by Environmental Health Science and Research Bureau based on publicly available 16S ribosomal RNA gene sequences by alignment of the sequences using the MUSCLE method and then analyzed with the Tamura-Nei distance model within the MEGA version 6 platform (Tamura et al. 2013).

  • raw materials dictionary / ceramics glaze making, clay

    Raw Materials Dictionary / Ceramics Glaze making, Clay

    COBALT OXIDE Co3O4 (m.p. 1661o F/905o C) is the major oxide used for producing blues (also See Cobalt Carbonate). It gives comparable tints of blue in almost all firing ranges and varying firing methods. It’s a very strong colorant (typically <2% is used). Glazes employing it as a colorant should be ball milled if mottling in the finished

  • aldehydes as wort off-flavours in alcohol-free beers

    Aldehydes as Wort Off-Flavours in Alcohol-Free Beers

    Although present in concentrations in microgrammes per litre level, aldehydes, in particular those derived from Strecker degradation, are known to majorly contribute to the undesired wort flavour of alcohol-free beers. In order to improve currently available products, one needs to understand the underlying cause for the over-prevalence and identify leverage points and methods to selectively

  • estimation of particle size distributions from focused

    Estimation of particle size distributions from focused

    The measurement principle of FBRM is based on backward light scattering. A laser beam is coupled to an immersible probe via an optical fiber. This laser beam is deviated from the probe's central axis in a rotational movement with a constant velocity v las and focussed into a disperse medium. When this laser beam intersects with a particle, light scattering occurs.

  • drilling fluids sciencedirect

    Drilling Fluids ScienceDirect

    2. Types of Water-based Drilling Fluids. The growing concern among government and environmental agencies over the environmental impact of drilling fluids has led to a significant increase in the industry’s reliance on WBMs [].Actually, about 85% of all drilling fluid compositions used today are

  • (pdf) effects of organic solvents on hyaluronic acid

    (PDF) Effects of Organic Solvents on Hyaluronic Acid

    Hyaluronic acid is a hydrophilic mucopolysaccharide composed of alternating units of D-glucuronic acid and N-acetylglucosamine. It is used in many medical, pharmaceutical, and cosmetic

  • bacteriophage biocontrol in wastewater

    BACTERIOPHAGE BIOCONTROL IN WASTEWATER

    The fact that despite the claimed high efficiency of the breeding method, a 140 bred phage cocktail is used in Jassim's publications demonstrating the effectiveness of his method is also striking

  • october 2009 morgellons researchers

    October 2009 Morgellons Researchers

    2009-10-08· Adsorptive Micellar Flocculation (AMF) is a surfactant mediated method for the removal of pollutants from water. It could be described as a hybrid of Micellar Enhanced Ultra Filtration (MEUF) and Coagulation-Flocculation with flocculants. In MEUF a micellar surfactant solution is formed in an effluent. It solubilises or adsorbs target

  • a review of the production cycle of titanium dioxide

    A Review of the Production Cycle of Titanium Dioxide

    As we said earlier, the manufacture of titanium dioxide pigments by the sulphate method was a process developed at the beginning of last century, with environmental awareness and technological means at the time, far from the concept of sustainability today. In essence, the industrial process had the objective to recover titanium dioxide of the

  • algaculture academic dictionaries and encyclopedias

    Algaculture Academic Dictionaries and Encyclopedias

    Flocculation is often too expensive for large operations. Alum and ferric chloride are other chemical flocculants. In froth flotation, the cultivator aerates the water into a froth, and then skims the algae from the top. [4] Ultrasound and other harvesting methods are currently under development. [5]

  • algaculture wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Algaculture Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    Algaculture is a form of aquaculture involving the farming of species of algae.. The majority of algae that are intentionally cultivated fall into the category of microalgae (also referred to as phytoplankton, microphytes, or planktonic algae). Macroalgae, commonly known as seaweed, also have many commercial and industrial uses, but due to their size and the specific requirements of the

  • challenges of drying sticky wastewater sludge

    Challenges of Drying Sticky Wastewater Sludge

    Challenges of Drying Sticky Wastewater Sludge Article in Chemical Engineering -New York- Mcgraw Hill Incorporated then Chemical Week Publishing Llc- 120(9):51-54 · September 2014 with 194 Reads

  • tinytechip: march 2009

    TinyTechIP: March 2009

    2009-03-31· Conventional methods for gunshot residue analysis can produce inaccurate results for close range firing and can require a relatively large sample size. This patent teaches a method based on scanning electron microscopy for nanoparticulate analysis of the residue to improve the accuracy of forensic results with a smaller sample. Claim 1 reads: 1

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