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Volume 10 (2013)
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Volume 1 (2004)
Regular Article Separation Technology,
Flocculation Behavior of Ultrafine Quartz and Magnetite as the Main Mineral Components of Iron Ore Tailings

S. Ghasemi; A. Behnamfard; R. Arjmand

Volume 18, Issue 2 , May 2021, Pages 3-18


  The thickening of the iron ore tailings allows process water to be partially recovered and recirculated, also it reduces the fresh water consumption, which results in lower operating costs and less environmental impacts. The settling characteristics of the mineral components of an iron ore tailing in ...  Read More

Regular Article Reaction Engineering, Kinetics and Catalysts,
The Effect of the Method of Adding Impregnation Solutions on the Properties and Performance of the Pd-Ag/Al2O3 Catalyst in the Tail-End Acetylene Selective Hydrogenation.

M. Takht Ravanchi; S. Sahebdelfar; M. Rahimi Fard; H. Moosavi

Volume 18, Issue 2 , May 2021, Pages 19-30


  The impregnation of the alumina support with the PdCl2 solution was investigated in batch and semi-batch operation modes using a recycle packed-bed reactor. The UV-visible analysis was used to evaluate the kinetics of the adsorption of Pd on the alumina support. The adsorption data related to transient ...  Read More

Regular Article Thermodynamics,
Theoretical and Empirical Equilibrium Concentration for the Dry Reforming of Methane

Gh. Moradi; H. Hemmati

Volume 18, Issue 2 , May 2021, Pages 31-47


  The Dry Reforming of Methane, which uses methane and carbon dioxide, the two greenhouse gasses, to produce synthesis gas, has received considerable attention recently. In this work, the equilibrium conversion that is the maximum possible conversion has been obtained experimentally and theoretically. ...  Read More

Regular Article Modeling and Simulation
Investigation of the effect of DamKohler and Stanton non-dimensional numbers on the stability of continuous stirred tank reactors

M. Hosseini; A. H. Oudi; Y. Davoodbeygi

Volume 18, Issue 2 , May 2021, Pages 48-58


  The fully mixed continuous stirred tank reactor is an important type of industrial reactors mainly used to produce high volume products such as petrochemicals, detergents, sanitary products and products that are in demand in the market. Knowing the dynamic behavior of chemical reactors is of great importance ...  Read More

Regular Article Polymer Engineering and Technology,
Investigating the Influence of Nanoclosite Particles on the Mechanical Properties of Polystyrene Using Artificial Neural Networks

S. Ghazanchaie; F. Derakhshanfard; L. Amirkhani

Volume 18, Issue 2 , May 2021, Pages 59-70


  The synthesized polystyrene has weaknesses in terms of mechanical, physical and thermal properties which limit the use of this polymer. Therefore, the use of the mixtures of polymers can improve these properties. Different parameters like the mixing speed can affect the quality of the properties of the ...  Read More

Short Paper Polymer Engineering and Technology,
Investigating the Effects of Hollow Graphene Oxide Nanoparticles on the Thermal/Mechanical Properties of Polymer Nanocomposites: Experimental, Analytical and Simulation Approaches

F. Ader; E. Sharifzadeh

Volume 18, Issue 2 , May 2021, Pages 71-83


  In this study, the main purpose has been to investigate the behavior of the nanoparticles with different structures and similar based materials in polymer nanocomposites. To this end, different samples, containing PS as the matrix, and layered graphene oxide (GO) and/or hollow graphene oxide nanoparticles ...  Read More