Studied of co-gasification of heavy coal tars with lignite and walnut shell in the temperature ranged from 400 to 500 °С, the flow rate of oxidand (air) ranged from 0,0005 to 0,004 m3/min. It is established that the weigth loss of the sample mixtures in the gasification process has a S-shaped. Mathematical and graphical dependences of the influence of oxidant flow rate on the values of reaction rate constants and activation energy of gasification of experimental mixtures were developed.
In this work activated carbon (AC) was used for the removal of cephalexin (CFX) from aqueous solution in a fixed-bed column. The breakthrough curves of the adsorption process of CFX on the walnut shell AC at different mass of the adsorbent, flow rate and initial CFX concentration were determined.
The adsorption of cephalexin (CFX) onto walnut shell-based activated carbon (AC) was investigated. The mass transfer coefficients were calculated by employing constant wave propagation theory. The effect of different conditions on the mass transfer coefficient was also studied. In addition, three models to predict the mass transfer coefficient were developed.