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A review on application of flocculants in wastewater treatment
Abstract Flocculation is an essential phenomenon in industrial wastewater treatment. Inorganic coagulants (salts of multivalent metals) are being commonly used due to its low cost and ease of use.Expand
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The problem of the future: sustainability science and scenario analysis
Abstract Unsustainable tendencies in the co-evolution of human and natural systems have stimulated a search for new approaches to understanding complex problems of environment and development.Expand
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Climate change and sustainable development: expanding the options
Abstract Climate change and sustainable development have been addressed in largely separate circles in both research and policy. Nevertheless, there are strong linkages between the two in bothExpand
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Microwave Pyrolysis of Wood Pellets
The pyrolysis of wood pellets was investigated using a single-mode microwave cavity, and the dielectric properties of the wood were measured at temperatures up to 750 °C. Below 600 °C, the onlyExpand
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Effect of demineralization and heating rate on the pyrolysis kinetics of Jordanian oil shales
Abstract The effect of mineral matter content on the activation energy of oil shale pyrolysis has been studied. Kerogen was isolated from raw oil shale by sequential HCl and HCl/HF digestion. OilExpand
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Understanding microwave heating effects in single mode type cavities-theory and experiment.
This paper explains the phenomena which occur in commercially available laboratory microwave equipment, and highlights several situations where experimental observations are often misinterpreted as aExpand
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Scale-up and design of a continuous microwave treatment system for the processing of oil-contaminated drill cuttings
A continuous microwave treatment system has been developed for the remediation of contaminated drill cuttings at pilot scale. Using the mechanisms of oil removal as a basis, a design was producedExpand
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Separation of polyaromatic hydrocarbons from contaminated soils using microwave heating
Abstract The microwave treatment of soils contaminated with heavy- and light-hydrocarbons was investigated. The soils were characterised to determine the total organic liquid content and PAHExpand
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Microwave treatment of oil-contaminated North Sea drill cuttings in a high power multimode cavity
Abstract This paper describes a microwave heating technique as a new method for the treatment of oil-contaminated drill cuttings (OCDC). The effects of power, treatment time and moisture content onExpand
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A Review on Development and Application of Plant-Based Bioflocculants and Grafted Bioflocculants
Flocculation is extensively employed for clarification through sedimentation. Application of eco-friendly plant-based bioflocculants in wastewater treatment has attracted significant attention latelyExpand
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