Development of a novel regenerable sorbent for hot gas desulfurization

Aksoy, Ayşegül


Development of a novel sorbent for hot gas desulfurization
Derinöz, Canan; Atımtay, Aysel; Department of Environmental Engineering (1998)
Development of a novel regenerable zinc ferrite sorbent for hot gas desulfurization
Aksoy, Ayşegül (null; 1995-06-02)
Integrated Gasification Combined Cycle System (IGCC) promises efficient, clean and economical electrical power generation. In this system coal is gasified under high temperature and pressure. The coal gas exiting the gasifier is cleaned from the particulates and sulfurous compounds with a `Hot Gas Cleanup` system in which metal oxide sorbents are used to remove H{sub 2}S. The cleaned gas is then used to run the gas turbines and the recovered heat is used to run the steam turbines to generate electricity wit...
Development of a laccase based paper biosensor for the detection of phenolic compounds
Öktem, Hüseyin Avni; EYİDOĞAN, FÜSUN; Bayrac, Ceren; Yilmaz, Remziye (2012-04-01)
Laccase (E.C., p-benzenediol: oxygen oxidoreductase) catalyzes the oxidation of various aromatic compounds, particularly phenols, which are organic pollutants, present in wastewater. With this specific function this enzyme has had a great impact on the development of biosensors for both environmentally important pollutants and clinically relevant metabolites. There are different detection procedures such as chromatographic and spectrophotometric methods to detect the presence of phenolic compounds i...
Development of new binder for the processing and sintering of tungsten carbide cermets
Aydoğan, Mehmet Emrah; Timuçin, Muharrem; Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering (1999)
Development of a novel surface damping treatment
Eyyüpoğlu, Kemal Okan; Özgen, Gökhan Osman; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2016)
Constrained layer surface damping treatments techniques have been widely used in commercial and defense products to increase the damping performance. It is known that the performance of surface damping treatments highly depend on the strain energy in the viscoelastic layer. As the strain energy in the viscoelastic layer increases, the energy dissipation magnifies which results in higher damping performance. A good way to magnify strain energy in viscoelastic layer is to increase the distance between the vis...
Citation Formats
A. Aksoy, “Development of a novel regenerable sorbent for hot gas desulfurization,” Middle East Technical University, 1994.