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Articles by A. Salmiaton
Total Records ( 3 ) for A. Salmiaton
  M.A.A. Mohammed , A. Salmiaton , W.A.K.G. Wan Azlina and M.S. Mohamad Amran
  A study on gasification of Empty Fruit Bunch (EFB), a waste of the palm oil industry is investigated. The composition and particle size distribution of feedstock are determined and the thermal degradation behaviour is analysed by a thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). Then 300 g h-1 fluidized bed bench scale gasification unit is used to investigate the effect of the operating parameters on biomass gasification namely reactor temperature in the range of 700-1000°C and feedstock particle size in the range of 0.3-1.0 mm. The main gas species generated, as identified by a Gas Chromatography (GC), are H2, CO, CO2 and CH4. With temperature increasing from 700 to 1000°C, the total gas yield is enhanced greatly and has reached the maximum value (~ 92 wt. %, on the raw biomass sample basis) at 1000°C with big portions of H2 (38.02 vol.%) and CO (36.36 vol.%). Feedstock particle size shows some influence on the H2, CO and CH4 yields. The feedstock particle size of 0.3 to 0.5 mm, is found to generate a higher H2 yield (33.12 vol.%) and higher LHV of gas product (17.19 MJ m-3).
  K.S. Mohd. Taha , A. Salmiaton and S. Shaffreza
  The production of electric and electronic products is one of the fastest growing businesses in the world. This scenario creates increasing amount of electric and electronic waste in our waste stream and it becomes a common problem facing by the world. In this study, the concentration profile behavioral of a television printed circuit board (PCB) is being investigated for future electrolysis treatment. Prior to that, a PCB is cut into several pieces and is digested via aqua-regia. The digestate from the digestion is analyzed using Inductively Coupled Plasma (ICP-MS) to estimate the present of metals with their range of corresponding concentration value and Thermogravimetric Analysis (TGA) is carried out to investigate the thermal decomposition of the filtrate from the digestion. The major metal elements that contain in the digestate are Cu (3,123-6,994 mg L-1), Pb and Fe and traces of two precious metal namely (6.3-13.8 mg L-1) and Au (0.2-5.4 mg L-1). Three degradation stages are observed in the TGA analysis (two days after ovenate at 102°C) namely moisture removal with 10.3 wt %, volatile matters removal with 14.45 wt.% and non-volatile removal with 16.7 wt%. The ash value after 1000oC heating in the TGA is almost 60 wt. %. An electrolysis process is then proposed in order to recover selectively valuable metals, such as Cu, Pb, Ni, Ag and Au.
  H.W. Goh , A. Salmiaton , N. Abdullah and A. Idris
  Bis(2-hydroxyethyl) Terephthalate (BHET) produced from Polyethylene Terephthalate (PET) waste glycolysis process was purified and compared using two stages evaporation or crystallization processes. ASPEN PLUS equipped with vapor-liquid equilibrium databank together with solubility data was used to simulate these operations. Flash column and mixed product removal crystallizer were used to model two stages evaporation and crystallization process, respectively. First stage evaporation process was run at 90-180°C and 130-10,000 Pa while second stage was operated at 120-180°C and 50-250 Pa. The effect of various operating temperatures and pressures on the efficiency of evaporator and product quality were investigated. The optimum conditions for the first and second stage evaporation processes were selected based on the higher Ethylene Glycol (EG) removal with higher BHET recovery and lower heat duty needed. It was found that at higher operating temperature and lower operating pressure the performance of evaporator increased but the heat duty needed also increased which at the same time reduced the BHET recovery. Crystallization operation was simulated at 5-30°C. The BHET recovery in crystallization process decreased as temperature increased. As a conclusion, less heat duty is required as compared to previous works, higher yield and purity of BHET compared to conventional crystallization process, higher EG removal compared to previous works and conventional process and optimum operating temperatures and pressures are obtained for future scaling up process.
 
 
 
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