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Year 2023, Volume: 10 Issue: 4, 337 - 337, 31.12.2023
https://doi.org/10.17350/HJSE19030000323

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Performance Comparison of Waste Cooking Oil on Coal Slime Flotation with Sunflower Oil and Gas Oil

Year 2023, Volume: 10 Issue: 4, 337 - 337, 31.12.2023
https://doi.org/10.17350/HJSE19030000323

Abstract

This study explores the potential use of waste cooking sunflower oil (WSO) as an eco-friendly collector for coal slime flotation. WSO and coal slime are both wastes and are hazardous to human health and the environment, if not disposed of properly. In this study, co-disposal of the two wastes was investigated; a gas oil (petroleum derived oil) and crude sunflower oil (CSO) were used for collector efficiency comparisons. This study also presents a green, low-cost and environmentally friendly alternative. Kinetic flotation tests were carried out to study the flotation selectivity, flammability and combustible recovery. Contact angle measurements were performed with 3 different oils (CSO, WSO and gas oil) by sessile drop technique to determine the hydrophobicity and surface properties of coal. Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy was utilized to analyze the chemical composition of both waste oil and coal samples.
Keywords: Sunflower oil, waste cooking oil, gas oil, coal slime, flotation

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  • 2. Khodadadi, M.R., et al., Recent advances on the catalytic conversion of waste cooking oil. Molecular Catalysis, 2020. 494: p. 111128.
  • 3. Teixeira, M.R., R. Nogueira, and L.M. Nunes, Quantitative assessment of the valorisation of used cooking oils in 23 countries. Waste Management, 2018. 78: p. 611-620.
  • 4. Wang, H., et al., Morphological and structural evolution of bituminous coal slime particles during the process of combustion. Fuel, 2018. 218: p. 49-58.
  • 5. 5. Tan, J., et al., Using low-rank coal slime as an eco-friendly replacement for carbon black filler in styrene butadiene rubber. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2019. 234: p. 949-960.
  • 6. Guo, H., et al., Efficient utilization of coal slime using anaerobic fermentation technology. Bioresource Technology, 2021. 332: p. 125072.
  • 7. Liu, D., et al., Flotation specificity of coal gasification fine slag based on release analysis. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2022. 363: p. 132426.
  • 8. Zhang, R., et al., Recovering unburned carbon from gasification fly ash using saline water. Waste Management, 2019. 98: p. 29-36.
  • 9. Klimpel, R., Frothers. Reagents in mineral technology, 1988.
  • 10. Dey, S. and S. Pani, Effective processing of low-volatile medium coking coal fines of Indian origin using different process variables of flotation. International Journal of Coal Preparation and Utilization, 2012. 32(6): p. 253-264.
  • 11. Hacifazlioglu, H. and D. Senol-Arslan, Sunflower oil as green collector in bituminous coal flotation. Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 2017. 39(15): p. 1602-1609.
  • 12. Alonso, M., C. Castano, and A. Garcia, Performance of vegetable oils as flotation collectors for the recovery of coal from coal fines wastes. Coal Perparation, 2000. 21(4): p. 411-420.
  • 13. Klimpel, R. and R. Hansen, Frothers: Reagents in Mineral Technology. 1987, Marcel Dekker, New York, NY.
  • 14. Hacifazlioglu, H., Effect of temperature on coal flotation with waste vegetable oil as collector. International Journal of Coal Preparation and Utilization, 2018. 38(4): p. 163-169.
  • 15. Arcos, F. and L. Uribe, Evaluation of the Use of Recycled Vegetable Oil as a Collector Reagent in the Flotation of Copper Sulfide Minerals Using Seawater. Recycling, 2021. 6(1): p. 5.
  • 16. de Oliveira, P., et al., Apatite flotation using pataua palm tree oil as collector. Journal of Materials Research and Technology, 2019. 8(5): p. 4612-4619.
  • 17. Zhu, X.-n., et al., Cleaner approach to fine coal flotation by renewable collectors prepared by waste oil transesterification. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2020. 252: p. 119822.
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  • 19. Fan, G., et al., Clean products from coal gasification waste by flotation using waste engine oil as collector: Synergetic cleaner disposal of wastes. Journal of Cleaner Production, 2021. 286: p. 124943.
  • 20. Valdés, A.F. and A.B. Garcia, On the utilization of waste vegetable oils (WSO ) as agglomerants to recover coal from coal fines cleaning wastes (CFCW). Fuel, 2006. 85(5-6): p. 607-614.
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  • 22. Moudgil, B.M. and P. Somasundaran, Reagents in mineral Technology. 1988: M. Dekker.
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  • 27. Williams, C., Y. Peng, and R. Dunne, Eucalyptus oils as green collectors in gold flotation. Minerals Engineering, 2013. 42: p. 62-67.
  • 28. Dell, C., et al., Release analysis: a comparison of techniques. Trans. Inst. Min. Metal., Sec., C, Mineral Process Extr. Metal, 1972. 81: p. C89.
  • 29. Firth, B.A., A.R. Swanson, and S.K. Nicol, Flotation circuits for poorly floating coals. International Journal of Mineral Processing, 1979. 5(4): p. 321-334.
  • 30. Gui, X., et al., Intensification mechanism of oxidized coal flotation by using oxygen-containing collector α-furanacrylic acid. Powder Technology, 2017. 305: p. 109-116.
  • 31. Vanangamudi, M., K. Pillai, and T. Rao, Effect of some operating variables on the efficiency index of a coal flotation operation. International Journal of Mineral Processing, 1981. 8(1): p. 1-7.
  • 32. Zhou, G., et al., Effects of oxygen element and oxygen-containing functional groups on surface wettability of coal dust with various metamorphic degrees based on XPS experiment. Journal of analytical methods in chemistry, 2015. 2015.
  • 33. Young, T., An essay on the cohesion of fluids. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1805. 95: p. 65-87.
  • 34. Zzeyani, S., et al., Assessment of the waste lubricating oils management with antioxidants vegetables extracts based resources using EPR and FTIR spectroscopy techniques. Energy, 2019. 180: p. 206-215.
  • 35. Xia, W., J. Yang, and C. Liang, Improving oxidized coal flotation using biodiesel as a collector. International Journal of Coal Preparation and Utilization, 2013. 33(4): p. 181-187.
  • 36. Jiao, A., S. Tian, and H. Lin, Analysis of Outburst Coal Structure Characteristics in Sanjia Coal Mine Based on FTIR and XRD. Energies, 2022. 15(6): p. 1956.
  • 37. Sun, W., et al., Preparation of hydrolyzate of hogwash oil (HHO) and its application in separating diaspore from kaolinite. Minerals Engineering, 2010. 23(9): p. 670-675.
  • 38. Xia, Y., Y. Xing, and X. Gui, Oily collector pre-dispersion for enhanced surface adsorption during fine low-rank coal flotation. Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, 2020. 82: p. 303- 308.
  • 39. Yao, S., et al., Evolution of coal structures: FTIR analyses of experimental simulations and naturally matured coals in the Ordos Basin, China. Energy Exploration & Exploitation, 2011. 29(1): p. 1-19.
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Primary Language English
Subjects Chemical-Biological Recovery Techniques and Ore Dressing , Coal
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Dilek ŞENOL ARSLAN 0000-0001-9639-2843

Hasan HACIFAZLIOĞLU 0000-0003-1651-7779

Publication Date December 31, 2023
Submission Date September 13, 2023
Published in Issue Year 2023 Volume: 10 Issue: 4

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Vancouver ŞENOL ARSLAN D, HACIFAZLIOĞLU H. Performance Comparison of Waste Cooking Oil on Coal Slime Flotation with Sunflower Oil and Gas Oil. Hittite J Sci Eng. 2023;10(4):337-.

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