The effect of time on the form and stability of Pickering Emulsions



The Effect of dispersed phase feed rate on the production of pickering emulsions
Dönmez, Dila; Ayrancı Tansık, İnci; Department of Chemical Engineering (2018)
Emulsions are fundamental in many applications such as food, petroleum, detergent, pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries. Pickering emulsions are defined as emulsions of any type, either oil-in water, water-in-oil or even multiple, stabilized by solid particles instead of surfactants. Solid particles may prevent the droplets from coalescing by getting adsorbed at the interface, and thus stabilizing the emulsion. Pickering emulsions have more advantages over emulsions stabilized by surfactants in terms of s...
The effect of heat treatment on the properties of peek and its carbon fibre composites
Kalay, Gürhan; Ankara, Alpay; Department of Metallurgical Engineering (1990)
The Effect of retained austenite and carbide distribution on the wear resistance of bearing steel
Özgeneci, Zeren; Ögel, Bilgehan; Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (2017)
This study aims to investigate the effect of the amount of retained austenite and undissolved carbides on the wear resistance of the heat treated bearing steels. As inner and outer ring material 100Cr6 steel grade was used. The specimens were austenitized in the range 800°C to 1000°C, and then, quenched to room temperature in oil to produce a hard martensitic phase. A composite microstructure of undissolved carbides, martensite and retained austenite were observed in hardened steel specimens. It was seen th...
The effect of chemical admixtures and mineral additives on the properties of self-compacting mortars
Sahmaran, M; Christianto, HA; Yaman, İsmail Özgür (2006-05-01)
Mortar serves as the basis for the workability properties of self-compacting concrete (SCC) and these properties could be assessed by self-compacting mortars (SCM). In fact, assessing the properties of SCM is an integral part of SCC design. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of various mineral additives and chemical admixtures in producing SCMs. For this purpose, four mineral additives (fly ash, brick powder, limestone powder, and kaolinite), three superplasticizers (SP), and two ...
The effect of particle properties and solids loadings on suspension of mixed solids
Ayrancı Tansık, İnci (null; 2010-11-07)
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