Title: Combustion Behavior of High Ash Bituminous Coal in a Pilot Scale Circulating Fluidized Bed Rig
Authors: Yerbol Sarbassov, Diyar Tokmurzin, Berik Aiymbetov, Vassilis Inglezakis, Kalkaman Suleymenov
Conference: Fluidization XVI conference in Guilin, China on May 26-31, 2019
For more information: https://www.aiche.org/conferences/fluidization/2019
Our ESTg member, 3 rd year PhD candidate Alzhan Baimenov has attended 2 nd NANOMED workshop “ADSORBENTS FOR REMOVAL OF HEAVY METALS. CHARACTERISATION, PERSONAL CARE AND WATER TREATMENT” in the framework of HORIZON 2020 Program Nanoporous and Nanostructured Materials for Medical Applications (NanoMed) project
at the Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary. On the first day of the workshop, a round table was organized where the reports of the research performed by the project partners were evaluated and the work plan for the next year was discussed. On the second day, a mini-conference was held, where results of the conducted research were presented by both senior scientists and young researchers. Alzhan made an oral presentation entitled “Macroporous cryogel composites for removal of heavy metals from aqueous and biological media”.
“Fixed-Bed Gasification and Pyrolysis of Organic Fraction of MSW Blended with Coal Samples“
D. Tokmurzin, B. Aiymbetov, B. Abylkhani, A. Yagofarova, Y. Sarbassov, V. Inglezakis, C. Venetis, S.G. Poulopoulos
Journal: Chemical Engineering Transactions, 73, 2019
Title:“Gold and Silver Nanoparticles as a Powerful Tool for Membrane Pore Size Determination and Mercury Removal”
Authors: Arkhangelsky E, Inglezakis V, Gitis V., Korobeinyk A.V.
Book: “Nanotechnology in Water and Wastewater Treatment: theory and applications”, Elsevier, 1st edition (2019)
Aliya continued the work on the characterization of modified and non-modified forms of zeolite by scanning electron microscope (SEM) and transmission electron microscope (TEM). Aliya performed the synthesis of modified form of zeolites from the raw material on site.
Aliya completed the measurements of iodide removal from water solutions under different conditions on UV-VIS spectrophotometer.
Independent of the season, SOC significantly differed among soil types. The distribution of total nitrogen content among our sampling sites followed a similar pattern as SOC, with significant differences between soil types occurring in northern, central and southern Kazakhstan. The results of the study are published in SCIENTIFIC DATA | 5:180242 | DOI: 10.1038/sdata.2018.242
The co-lead authors of the study are Vadim Yapiev, Christian Schönbach (School of Science and Technology), and Vassilis Inglezakis (School of Engineering). The other authors are Nazarbayev University students and faculty – Charles P Gilman, Tolganay Kabdullayeva, Akmaral Suleimenova, Aizhan Shagadatova, Azat Duisembay, Sanzhar Naizabekov, Saule Mussurova, Kamilya Sydykova, Ilyas Raimkulov, Ilyas Kabimoldayev, Ainagul Abdrakhmanova, Symbat Omarkulova, Dastan Nurmukhambetov, Aliya Kudarova, and Daniyar Malgazhdar.