Recovery and reuse of reactive dyeing wastewater using a sequential ultrafiltration process



Recovery and reuse of reactive dyeing wastewater by ultrafiltration
Erkanlı, Mert; Zaf, R.d.; Yılmaz, Levent; Yetiş, Ülkü (null; 2016-01-01)
Recovery and reuse of indigo dyeing wastewater using membrane technology
Uzal, Niğmet; Yetiş, Ülkü; Department of Environmental Engineering (2007)
The objective of this study is to develop a membrane-based generic treatment scheme for wastewaters of indigo dyeing process of denim industry, based on water reuse. For this purpose, firstly the performances of microfiltration (MF), coagulation, and ultrafiltration (UF) processes were evaluated as pretreatment alternatives and the best pretreatment alternatives appeared to be single stage 5 m MF and sequential 5 m MF followed by 100 kDa UF providing high permeation rate and high color retention. These two ...
Recovery of copper and cobalt from Ergani Copper Converter
Apaydın, Ziya; Geveci, Ahmet; Department of Metallurgical Engineering (1993)
Recovery enhancement of magnetite fines in magnetic separation
Arol, Ali İhsan (2004-01-23)
Low intensity wet magnetic separation is not very effective for particles less than 10 mum. The magnitude of the fluid drag force exceeds the magnetic force exerted on such particles. Thus, fine magnetic particles are usually not picked up effectively by magnetic separators, resulting in the loss of valuable minerals. Magnetic separation applied to ultrafine magnetite particles after size enlargement by polymer flocculation were found to be effective in reducing loss of fine magnetite particles.
Recovery of heavy crude oil by low tension waterflooding.
Gürpınar, Ömer; Department of Petroleum Engineering (1978)
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M. Erkanlı, L. Yılmaz, P. Z. Çulfaz Emecen, and Ü. Yetiş, “Recovery and reuse of reactive dyeing wastewater using a sequential ultrafiltration process,” 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: