pyrolysis tire oil treatment method (bleaching earth vs centrifugal separation )

dc.contributor.advisorRamez Ibrahim Mohammad Abdallah
dc.contributor.authorAhmad Janajreh
dc.contributor.authorHani Salim
dc.contributor.authorMotaz Shahwan
dc.contributor.authorZiad Saqf alhait
dc.contributor.authorAbdulwahab al-akhras
dc.description.abstractNow a days most nations are facing two major problems, Environmental degradation and Energy crisis this is due to the growing population, rapid industrialization and disposal of diverse solid wastes, which are generated on a regular basis. .There is a predominant increase in tyre and tube wastes due to phenomenal increase in number of vehicles within Palestine. The statistical data of production of tyre and tube is estimated to 1.5 to 2 million tyres per year. The disposal of vehicle tyre and tube represents a major environmental issue throughout the world, especially in developing countries.        Several studies on Thermal pyrolysis of waste tyre concluded that the pyrolysis oil of scrap tyre contains high concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons such as benzene, toluene and xylene etc.The present study focus on the purification of TPO obtained from thermal pyrolysis of waste tyre in a reactor at a temperature range of 340C to 600C and convert it to usable oil through distillation processen
dc.titlepyrolysis tire oil treatment method (bleaching earth vs centrifugal separation )en
dc.typeGraduation Project
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