Ayten Genc

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  In this study, the optimum operating conditions for the treatment of emulsified oils by electrocoagulation were determined depending on droplet stability analysis. Zeta potential measurements were used as the indication of oil droplet charges. In addition, the effects of pH and ionic conductivity on the droplet sizes and surface charges were investigated.(More)
The electroremediation experiments were conducted on artificially polluted soils by introducing a single metallic contaminant (Pb, Zn and Cu) and multiple metallic contaminants (Pb+Zn+Cu). Based on sequential extraction results, it was observed that the removal efficiencies of lead, zinc and copper vary depending on types of contamination. When the soil was(More)
The membrane potentials for asymmetric membranes where fixed charges varied linearly with position were evaluated from the numerical solutions of Nernst-Planck flux and Donnan potential equations. The evaluated membrane potentials were compared with the results obtained from the conventional TMS theory where the fixed charge concentration in the membrane(More)
The effect of pulsed voltage application on energy consumption during electrocoagulation was investigated. Three voltage profiles having the same arithmetic average with respect to time were applied to the electrodes. The specific energy consumption for these profiles were evaluated and analyzed together with oil removal efficiencies. The effects of applied(More)
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