• flocculation of a high-turbidity kaolin suspension using

    Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension Using

    processes Article Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension Using Hydrophobic Modified Quaternary Ammonium Salt Polyacrylamide Jiangya Ma 1,2,*,Xue Fu 1, Wei Xia 1, Kun Fu 3 and Yi Liao 4 1 School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Anhui University of Technology, Maanshan 243002, China; [email protected] (X.F.); [email protected] (W.X.)

  • natural polymer matrix as safe flocculant to remove

    Natural polymer matrix as safe flocculant to remove

    After mixing, the kaolin suspension was diluted to 1 L with deionized water and settled for 4 h in a graduated cylinder. The upper portion of the suspension (800 mL) was separated and used as a stock, the concentration of which was about 8 g/L. To perform coagulation-flocculation tests, the kaolin suspensions with specified initial turbidities were prepared using the stock

  • (pdf) flocculation of a high-turbidity kaolin suspension

    (PDF) Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension

    The flocculation performance of flocculant PAMD with a high cationic degree was investigated in the purification of high-turbidity water. The flocculation mechanism was correspondingly studied and

  • flocculation of a high-turbidity kaolin suspension using

    Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension Using

    The flocculation performance of flocculant PAMD with a high cationic degree was investigated in the purification of high-turbidity water. The flocculation mechanism was correspondingly studied and summarized based on Fourier transform-infrared (FTIR) analysis. Finally, the results of an experimental simulation using the response surface method

  • flocculation of a high-turbidity kaolin suspension using

    Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension Using

    processes Article Flocculation of a High-Turbidity Kaolin Suspension Using Hydrophobic Modied Quaternary Ammonium Salt Polyacrylamide Jiangya Ma 1,2,*,Xue Fu 1, Wei Xia 1, Kun Fu 3 and Yi Liao 4 1 School of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Anhui University of Technology, Maanshan 243002, China; [email protected] (X.F.); [email protected] (W.X.)

  • preparation of cellulose-base amphoteric flocculant

    Preparation of cellulose-base amphoteric flocculant

    The MCC(pAA-co-pDMC) exhibited excellent flocculation capability for high turbidity kaolin suspension, the turbidity removal efficiency was 98.7%, 99.8% and 99.8% when initial concentration was 5.0 g/dm 3, 7.0 g/dm 3 and 10.0 g/dm 3 respectively. The residual turbidity was about 20 NTU under optimal conditions for all tested samples. In the

  • factors affecting flocculation performance of synthetic

    Factors affecting flocculation performance of synthetic

    tion and a level of salinity in Kaolin suspension was observed, and 3) organic matter in soil so- lution inhibited PAM adsorption onto soil parti- cles, which caused the reduction of flocculation performance. The findings of this study revealed that flocculant polymer possess good results as a turbidity reducetion measure and could further

  • flocculation and dewatering of kaolin suspensions

    Flocculation and Dewatering of Kaolin Suspensions

    Flocculation, as a result of the interaction between non-ionic polyacrylamide polymer (PAM-N) and kaolin surface in aqueous suspension, has been discussed both in the absence and in the presence

  • flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Read "Flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • removal of kaolin from aqueous suspension using a

    Removal Of Kaolin From Aqueous Suspension Using A

    2018-07-16· These findings are described in the article entitled Flocculation of aqueous kaolin suspension using a biodegradable flocculant system of ply (vinyl alcohol)- Acacia nilotica gum blends, recently published in the journal Applied Clay Science.

  • assessing the effect of flow fields on flocculation

    Assessing the effect of flow fields on flocculation

    In this work, the effect of flow fields on flocculation efficiency in a kaolin suspension using microbial flocculant GA1 (MBFGA1) was studied. The flow fields were controlled via mechanical mixing of a Rushton turbine in a fully baffled flocculation reactor and simulated by a three-dimensional Computational Fluid D

  • analysis and optimization of flocculation activity

    Analysis and optimization of flocculation activity

    Analysis and optimization of flocculation activity and turbidity reduction in kaolin suspension using pectin as a biopolymer flocculant. Ho YC(1), Norli I, Alkarkhi AF, Morad N. Author information: (1)School of Industrial Technology, Universiti Sains Malaysia, 11800 Minden Pulau Pinang, Malaysia. [email protected]

  • studies on flocculation of egyptian kaolin suspensions

    Studies on Flocculation of Egyptian Kaolin Suspensions

    Abstract This papers reports the results of studies on flocculation of kaolin suspension by anionic polyacrylamide (PAM-A) flocculants in the presence of surfactant. They were namely anionic Sodium Dodecyl Sulphate (SDS), cationic Cetyl Trimethyl Ammonium Bromide (CTAB) and a non-ionic surfactant of polyoxyethylenic ether with trade name Triton (TX 100).

  • flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Flocculation experiments have been carried out using cationic polymers and kaolin suspensions. The effects of polymer dosage, kaolin concentration, pH, agitation, molecular weight and charge density of polymer, concentration of polymer solution, and addition of inorganic salt were systematically examined.

  • the effect of fast mixing conditions on the coagulation

    The Effect of Fast Mixing Conditions on the Coagulation

    efficiencies, flocculation rate in addition to the strength and size of flocs formed due to the use of LB as a coagulant in highly turbid kaolin clay suspensions. To optimize fast mixing conditions when LB is used as a coagulant on highly turbid waters. 2. Materials and methods 2.1. Kaolin clay suspension

  • effect of coagulants and flocculants on dewatering

    EFFECT OF COAGULANTS AND FLOCCULANTS ON DEWATERING

    Natural pH of prepared kaolin suspensions was 7.86. The pH profiles of kaolin suspension (2.5 wt.%) as a function of time is presented in Figure 1 for an initial pH of natural, acidic (pH 3) and basic medium (pH 11). When the initial pH of kaolin suspension is adjusted to 3, the suspension

  • flocculation of kaolinite suspensions in water by coconut

    Flocculation of Kaolinite Suspensions in Water by Coconut

    The flocculation of kaolinite colloidal particles was carried out at pH = 6 in suspension of initial turbidity varying between 24 NTU and 102 NTU by a casein extracted from Cocos nucifera cream. During Jar-test essays, 90% to 99% of colloids were eliminated in the sediments. The optimal doses of

  • flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    Flocculation of kaolin particles with cationic lignin

    The kaolin suspension has been used as a representative of colloidal systems for decades because its surface characteristics are well-understood to allow investigations on flocculation and

  • flocculation american society of civil engineers

    Flocculation American Society of Civil Engineers

    Effect of Mixing on Flocculation Kinetics of Kaolin Clay Suspension at Cold Temperature Using Fe(III) Coagulant Effects of Flocculation on Particle Transport On the basis of previous experimental and theoretical work on flocculation rates and the settling speeds of flocs, an accurate and computationally efficient model of the aggregation and...

  • influence of ph, electrolytes and polymers on flocculation

    Influence of pH, Electrolytes and Polymers on Flocculation

    Influence of pH, Electrolytes and Polymers on Flocculation of Kaolin Particle Nongkhran Chaiwong and Apinon Nuntiya* Department of Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Chiang Mai University, Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand. *Author for correspondence; e-mail: [email protected] Received: 20 September 2007 Accepted: 15 October 2007 ABSTRACT Flocculation is the most important

  • flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Flocculation of kaolin suspension with cationic polymer

    Flocculation experiments have been carried out using cationic polymers and kaolin suspensions. The effects of polymer dosage, kaolin concentration, pH, agitation, molecular weight and charge density of polymer, concentration of polymer solution, and addition of inorganic salt were systematically examined.

  • analysis and optimization of flocculation activity

    Analysis and optimization of flocculation activity

    The performance of pectin in turbidity reduction and the optimum condition were determined using Response Surface Methodology (RSM). The effect of pH, cation's concentration, and pectin's dosage on flocculating activity and turbidity reduction was investigated at three levels and optimized by using Box-Behnken Design (BBD). Coagulation and flocculation process were assessed with a standard jar...

  • kinetics and mechanism of flocculation of bentonite

    Kinetics and mechanism of flocculation of bentonite

    The effects of cationic (Zetag 7589, Zetag 8660, and SNF 528) and anionic (Magnafloc 1011) polyelectrolytes, as well as the regimes and intensity of suspension stirring, on the kinetics of formation, disruption, and subsequent regrowth of aggregates of bentonite and kaolin

  • assessing the effect of flow fields on flocculation

    Assessing the effect of flow fields on flocculation

    2.3.1. Flocculation tests. As shown in Fig. 1(a), a lab-scale flocculation reactor with a Rushton turbine was designed for the flocculation of kaolin suspension dosed with MBFGA1.Provided that D = 50 mm for the impeller diameter, the other dimensions such as reactor diameter (T), liquid height (H), and width of each baffle (B) can be determined with T = 3 D, H = T, and B = T /10.

  • natural polymer matrix as safe flocculant to remove

    Natural polymer matrix as safe flocculant to remove

    2019-11-29· Natural polymer matrix as safe flocculant to remove turbidity from kaolin suspension: Performance and governing mechanism. Ferasat Z(1), Panahi R(2), Mokhtarani B(1). Author information: (1)Chemistry & Chemical Engineering Research Center of Iran (CCERCI), 14968-13151, Tehran, Iran.

  • the effect of electrolyte concentration and ph on the

    THE EFFECT OF ELECTROLYTE CONCENTRATION AND PH ON THE

    The Effect of Electrolyte Concentration and pH on the Behaviour 431 Journal of Engineering Science and Technology December 2009, Vol. 4(4) Nomenclatures C AK Ratio of volume concentration of the aggregates to kaolinite d A Average (equivalent) aggregate diameter, microns g Gravitational acceleration, m/s 2 k Rate of structural decay, 1/s p Order of the structure breakdown

  • magnetic flocculants synthesized by fe 3 o 4 coated with

    Magnetic flocculants synthesized by Fe 3 O 4 coated with

    The flocculation performance by using flocculants CPAMF was evaluated in high turbid water treatment. The maximum transmittance 92.4% of kaolin suspension was achieved at corresponding optimal flocculation conditions. The result indicated that CPAMF was efficient in high turbid water flocculation. Analysis of FTIR, XRD of flocs, and zeta

  • study of kaolin for synthesis of aluminum chloride

    Study of Kaolin for Synthesis of Aluminum Chloride

    A physico-chemical method which is flocculation was used in this study to flocculate kaolin suspension. The effect of pH on the flocculation of kaolin suspension was studied between pH 5 to 7.5. The result showed the aluminium chloride-polyacrylamide (AlCl3-PAM) hybrid polymer was able to remove >99% of turbidity at pH 6.5 using 5 mg/L of dosage.

  • flocculation kinetics and dewatering studies

    Flocculation kinetics and dewatering studies

    Flocculation kinetics and sludge dewatering of kaolin suspension as influenced by various q-EFBC flocculant dosing were studied. In this study, 62.5mg L−1 q-EFBC exhibited the highest turbidity removal efficiency of 99.53±0.08%. The adsorption rate of kaolin towards 12.5mg L−1 to 112.5mg L−1 q-EFBC dosing increased rapidly for t<60 s and became gradual before completion.

  • magnesium hydroxide coagulation performance and floc

    Magnesium hydroxide coagulation performance and floc

    AbstractApplication of magnesium hydroxide as a coagulant for treating kaolin suspension under high pH was studied. The coagulation performance and magnesium hydroxide–kaolin floc properties were investigated under different dosages and pH values. Flocculation index and turbidity removal were then discussed with controlled experiments using intelligent particle dispersion analyzer.

  • purification of kaolin by selective flocculation

    PURIFICATION OF KAOLIN BY SELECTIVE FLOCCULATION

    of kaolin by flotation and showed that alkyl hydroxamate is more effective for TiO2 removal than oleic acid. There are basically two ways for removing titanium impurities by selective flocculation: i) disperse kaolin in a water suspension, flocculate the TiO2 impurities and

  • chitosan-base coagulants in coagulation

    CHITOSAN-BASE COAGULANTS IN COAGULATION

    The aim of research is using chitosan-based coagulants in the coagulation-flocculation of kaolin suspension. In here, there were two coagulants type, first, single coagulant which chitosan with different molecular weight  added alone in kaolin suspension. Second, mix coagulants which chitosan aid with alum in kaolin suspension. As the result

  • an effective flocculation method to the kaolin

    An Effective Flocculation Method to the Kaolin

    Kaolin wastewater flocculation test outcome reveals that the PAD with high cationic degree and intrinsic viscosity could boost the charge neutralization and bridging capability. Consequently, the result is an excellent flocculation performance of treating kaolin wastewater.

  • flocculation of kaolin suspension with the adsorption

    Flocculation of kaolin suspension with the adsorption

    2008-03-20· Read "Flocculation of kaolin suspension with the adsorption of N,N -disubstituted hydrophobically modified polyacrylamide, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • flocculation: making clean water (video) khan academy

    Flocculation: Making clean water (video) Khan Academy

    Making clean and tasty water with cool science!

  • lignin-based flocculant and dispersant for wastewater

    Lignin-based flocculant and dispersant for wastewater

    were systematically assessed. The flocculation studies allowed for correlating the polymer characteristics, namely the charge density and molecular weight, with its adsorption affinity as well as the zeta potential and relative turbidity of kaolin and bentonite suspensions. This study

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