Development of a new antiscalant for minimization of stibnite scaling in geothermal binary plants için kapak resmi
Development of a new antiscalant for minimization of stibnite scaling in geothermal binary plants
Karaburun, Emre Mustafa, author.
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xi, 43 leaves: color illustrarions, charts;+ 1 computer laser optical disc.
Demand for renewable and sustainable energy resources has been increasing in recent years due to the adverse effects of fossil energy resources (gases, oil, coal ect,) on human health and nature. Since geology properties of our country is rich in geothermal energy resources, there is a remarkable increase in plant capacities every year. Geothermal energy is the energy obtained from the fluid, gas, and steam that have been stored in reservoirs by carrying the heat energy accumulated in the rocks in the depths of the earth or surfaced along the discontinuity zones.The increase in the use of geothermal energy and the increase in the capacity of the power plants has also revealed the problem of scaling. The main cause of deposition are the decrease in solubility of minerals by a decrease in pressure and temperature upon pumping the geothermal brine up to the ground. Calcium carbonate, calcium sulphate, metal silicates (Mg, Fe) are the most widely accepted types of scaling. In recent years, antimony and arsenic sulfide scaling have been encountered in volcanic and metamorphic regions. Between these two types of scaling, antimony sulfide is mostly seen in the heatexchangers and preheaters where the temperature drops suddenly. In this thesis, the antimony sulfide scaling formed in the geothermal power plant was synthesized in an autoclave reactor under specified conditions. Water-soluble polymers nominee for being antiscalants such as Poly (vinyl sulfonic acid), Poly (acrylamide-co-vinyl sulfonic acid), Poly (acrylamide-co-vinyl phosphonic acid), Alginic Acid, Natural antiscalants, Polyacrylic acid, and Polyvinyl alcohol were employed. The results suggest that polymers containing vinyl sulfonic acid and acrylamide likely shows remarkable progress in increasing the concentration of ions in decantate, particularly at low dosages. (≈5 ppm)
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Thesis (Master)--İzmir Institute of Technology: Materials Science and Engineering.

İzmir Institute of Technology: Materials Science and Engineering--Thesis (Master).
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Tez T002306 TJ280.7 .K18 2021

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