Genç, Ayten | Tosun, İsmail
Article | 2004 | Chemical Engineering Communications191 ( 1 ) , pp.125 - 136
A mathematical model based on multiphase filtration theory is developed to describe the electrofiltration process. The model takes both electrophoretic and electroosmotic effects into account. The electrophoretic migration velocity of solid particles is predicted from the model using the filtrate volume time data obtained from electrofiltration experiments.
Korkut, Şeyda | Kılıç, Muhammet Samet
Article | 2016 | Environmental Technology (United Kingdom)37 ( 2 ) , pp.163 - 171
The present work reported a compartment-less enzymatic fuel cell (EFC) based on newly synthesized Poly(pyrrole-2-carboxylic acid-co-3-thiophene acetic acid) film containing glucose oxidase and laccase effectively wired by p-benzoquinone incorporated into the copolymer structure. The resulting system generated a power density of 18.8 µW/cm2 with 30 mM of glucose addition at +0.94 V at room temperature. Improvements to maximize the power output were ensured with step-by-step optimization of electrode fabrication design and operational parameters for operating the system with renewable fuel sources. We demonstrated that the improved fu . . .el cell could easily harvest glucose produced during photosynthesis to produce electrical energy in a simple, renewable and sustainable way by generating a power density of 10 nW/cm2 in the plant leaf within 2 min. An EFC for the first time was successfully operated in municipal wastewater which contained glycolytic substances to generate electrical energy with a power output of 3.3 µW/cm2. © 2015 Taylor & Francis Daha fazlası Daha az