+234 813 0686 500
+234 809 3423 853
info@grossarchive.com

Remediation of Soil Contaminated with Diesel Using an Anionic Surfactant (LAS) as an agent. (2)

  • Type:Project
  • Pages:43
  • Format:Microsoft Word
(Chemical Engineering Project Topics & Materials)

Environmental pollution as a result of drilling and mining activities in areas where deposits of petroleum and oil are found, proved a great threat to the wellness of the fauna and flora as well as to the humans. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS 

  • Background of study
  • literature review
  • Oil pollution act of 1990
  • Diesel
  • Chemical composition 
  • Volatility of Diesel
  • Soil, it's chemical and physical properties 
  • Site Characterization
  • Soil contamination 
  • Sources of organic contaminants 
  • Surfactants
  • Krafft and cloud points
  • Importance of surfactants adsorption in remediation 
  • Factors affecting soil remediation using surfactants 
  • Environmental impacts of LAS surfactants 
  • Soil remediation
  • Remediation techniques 
  • Total Petroleum Hydrocarbons 
  • Techniques for characrization
  • Materials and methods 
  • Experimental results and discussions 
  • FI-TR analysis 
  • Conclusion and recommendations 


Remediation of Soil Contaminated with Diesel Using an Anionic Surfactant (LAS) as an agent. (2)

Share This

Details

Type Project
Department Chemical Engineering
Project ID CNG0309
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
No of Pages 43 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

500
Leave a comment...

    Details

    Type Project
    Department Chemical Engineering
    Project ID CNG0309
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 43 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

    Related Works

    Environmental pollution as a result of drilling and mining activities in areas where deposits of petroleum and oil are found, proved a great threat to the wellness of the fauna and flora as well as to the humans.  TABLE OF CONTENTS  Background of study literature review Oil pollution act of 1990 Diesel Chemical composition  Volatility of Diesel... Continue Reading
    Environmental pollution as a result of drilling and mining activities in areas where deposits of petroleum and oil are found, proved a great threat to the wellness of the fauna and flora as well as to the humans.  TABLE OF CONTENTS  Background of study literature review Oil pollution act of 1990 Diesel Chemical composition  Volatility of Diesel... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Foam are substances that are been formed when pockets of gases are trapped in a liquid or solid. Foam stabilizations are caused by van der waals force between molecules, there are conditions required for foaming to occur. Foams have different applications that are been utilised in their different forms. Defoamers are substances that... Continue Reading
    Abstract F-Sulfo Fatty Methyl Esters sulfonates (F- MES) are new anionic surfactants obtained via sulfoxidation of fatty acid methyl esters (FAME) with SO2, O2, and ultraviolet light of appropriate wavelength. The designation of Φ refers to the random positioning of SO3 in the alkyl chain. In this work we summarize the most relevant results of... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT This project work deals on bioremediation of oil polluted soil through the use of melon seed, the purpose of this study was to find out the importance of mellon seed in the remediation of spent engine oil polluted soil, the study aims at highlighting the... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Bioremediation is an important technology for the restoration of oil polluted environments by indigenous or selected microorganisms. In general, the rate of biodegradation depends on the number and types of micro-organism, the nature and chemical structure of pollutants to be degraded and the environmental conditions. In this study, the... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Bioremediation is an important technology for the restoration of oil polluted environments by indigenous or selected microorganisms. In general, the rate of biodegradation depends on the number and types of micro-organism, the nature and chemical structure of pollutants to be degraded and the environmental conditions. In this study, the... Continue Reading
    ABSTRACT Cadmium (Cd) is a common environmental contaminant found in soils. Unlike other metals. Cd has no biological role, and is potentially toxic to microorganisms. The concentrations of cadmium in agricultural soils depend upon the amounts present in the parent rocks from which the soils form, the amounts added in the form of fertilizers and... Continue Reading
    Abstract Two different set of soil samples were collected near Kaduna Refining and Petrochemical Company Limited (KRPC), a Subsidiary of Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) Kaduna. The first set of samples labelled (D) was obtained from areas where diesel from the refinery spilled into the environment and the second set of samples... Continue Reading
    PREFACE This case study is an existing pathway or fort path linking Ugwuji and Campus 111 (IMT) for a proposed road construction by the government of Enugu State. This project encloses the following  -    The condition of the existing sub-grade and its suitability for use as a good sub-grade soil material by processes of different lab test.... Continue Reading