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Field-scale modeling of microbially induced calcite precipitation A. B. Cunningham1 H. Class2 A. Ebigbo3 R. Gerlach1 A. J. Phillips1 J. Hommel2 Abstract The biogeochemical process known as microbially induced calcite precipitation (MICP) is being investigated for engineering and material science applications.

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PDF Grinding of calcite suspensions in a stirred media

This paper investigates the production of calcite suspensions by a wet grinding process in a stirred media mill. The experimental set-up allows the circulation mode process in the presence of sodium polyacrylate as additive. The influence of different operational parameters on grinding results in terms of particle size distribution and rheological behavior of the suspensions as well as the ...

The dissolution of calcite in aqueous solution at pH lt 4

Feb 06, 1990 The design and construction of the necessary experimental apparatus is described, along with experiments devised to prove the validity of the experimental approach. The results of flow cell dissolution experiments carried out with 0.25–1.0 mM HCl solutions are presented, and it is shown for the first time that the reaction between H + and ...

The Dissolution of Calcite in Aqueous Solution at pH lt 4

the reaction between H+ and calcite is not transport-controlled. Assuming kHco = 20 s-1 and KH CO = 3.06 x 10-4 M, a best fit to the data is obtained for a first-order heterogeneous process with a rate constant of (0.043 +0.015) cm s-. 1. INTRODUCTION The process of dissolution of calcium carbonate in aqueous solution has received continuous

Modeling Remineralization of Desalinated Water by

An alternative process consists of calcite dissolution by 11 slurry flow of micron-size calcite particles with acidified desalinated water. The objective of 12 this investigation is to provide theoretical models enabling design of remineralization by 13 calcite slurry dissolution with carbonic and sulfuric acids.

Influence of pH and citrate on the formation of oxalate

oxalate layers on calcite revealed by in situ nanoscale imaging† A. Burgos-Cara, *a C. V. Putnis,bc M. Ortega-Huertas a and E. Ruiz-Agudo a The influence of pH and citrate concentration on the replacement of calcite by calcium oxalate has been investigated by in situ nanoscale observations in flow-through experiments performed using atomic force

Experimental Methods and Imaging Wiley Online Library

Feb 03, 2021 Induced calcite precipitation is an engineering option which can be employed for a targeted sealing of flow paths in the subsurface as it might be necessary in geological gas storage in the presence of conductive faults (Ebigbo et al., 2010; Hommel et al., 2013; Phillips, Gerlach, et al., 2013; Phillips, Lauchnor, et al., 2013), for creating barriers for groundwater and containment of ...

Synthesis of precipitated calcium carbonate a review

Mar 09, 2017 The current high global demand for high-quality paper, paint, adhesive/sealant, and plastic, filler industries cannot survive without unique and high-quality precipitated calcium carbonate (PCC). They are used as fillers, additives, and reinforcements. PCC is a key constituent of the modern paper and plastic industry. This article reports the effect of various organic and inorganic additives ...

The impact of calcite impurities in clays containing

Apr 16, 2020 The use of supplementary cementitious materials as a partial replacement for Portland cement is the most effective way to reduce the carbon footprint of the concrete industry. Raw clays containing kaolinite (kaolin) are promising substitute materials. In the field, raw clays are often mixed with calcite and this is thought to affect their behaviour after calcination.

Tuning calcite morphology and growth acceleration by a

Sep 05, 2014 Calcite crystal morphologies induced by 51 μM peptoids solutions of: (a) Pep-1 [the inserts are a SEM image and a schematic view of the twisted triangle prism calcite crystal], (b) Pep-2, (c) Pep-3 [the insert is a schematic view of the rhombohedral calcite crystal], (d) Pep-4 and (e) Pep-5.

3 D micro architecture and mechanical response of soil

Jan 23, 2018 Figure 3 shows the process of volume reconstruction through combination of 2D X-Ray scans, where sand particles (brown) and calcite bonds (green) can be distinguished and analyzed individually. As ...

Minerals Free Full Text Optimization of Operating

The optimization of the operating parameters of a stirred media mill in the dry grinding of calcite was investigated. A three-level Box-Behnken design was used for the purpose of examining the impact of four independent factors, the stirrer speed (SS), grinding time (GT), media filling ratio (MFR), and solid mass fraction (SMF), on the product particle size (d50).

Effect of calcite addition on technical properties and

In the MDF production process, the calcite mineral, which had the mixing ratio of 1.5% or 3%, was produced for boards on an industrial process scale. Formaldehyde gas emissions released from wood-based panel products is desired to be at CARB 1 or CARB 2 levels for indoor living conditions.

Calcite Crushing Process Design Mining Crushing

Apr 24, 2013 Calcite Crushing Process Design. Calcite is a very widely distributed mineral, mainly used in chemical, cement and other industrial raw materials. Calcite used as flux in metallurgical industry, used in the production of cement, lime in the construction industry. In industry, it mainly used for plastics, paper, toothpaste.

Computational modeling of calcite cementation in saline

Aug 12, 2017 The present article investigates the effect of initial grain size on the overall growth kinetics during calcite cementation from supersaturated geothermal fluid whilst tracking the grain boundary behavior of the evolving microstructure using a multiphase-field model. In order to define rhombohedral calcite geometry, we consider a faceted-type surface energy anisotropy and validate the crystal ...

NASA Systems Engineering Handbook

NASA SP-2016-6105 Rev2 supersedes SP-2007-6105 Rev 1 dated December, 2007. Cover photos: Top left: In this photo, engineers led by researcher Greg Gatlin have sprayed fluorescent oil on a …

Hierarchical Calcite Crystals with Occlusions of a Simple

Poly(sodium 4‐styrenesulfonate) induces hierarchical structuring from the micrometer down to the nanometer length‐scale in calcite, similar to biominerals. The polyelectrolyte molecules are occluded ...

The Pulp and Paper Making Processes

In the paper making process, the dilute stock passes through a headbox that distributes the fiber slurry uniformly over the width of the paper sheet to be formed. The “web” of fiber that will make the new paper sheet is formed on a continuously moving

Paper Making and Paper Manufacturing Process

Paper Making (with market pulp) Paper Making Process by SAPPI Tube. Papermaking at Gulf Paper Manufacturing Co.- Kuwait. Sack Kraft Paper Production by Mondi. The Making of Pulp at Clearwater Paper Corp. The Paper People How Paper is Made (15 min) Tissue paper making line-1. Tissue paper making line-2.

Optimization of the Production of Quicklime by Calcination

It well known that the operational conditions of rotary kilns affect strongly the quality of quicklime produced. This work presents a study about parametric optimization of rotary kilns for quicklime production (CaO) from thermal decomposition of calcite limestone (CaCO3). The approach used is based on the technique of design of experiments (DOE) to identify the most significant variables ...

Using Laboratory Flow Experiments and Reactive Chemical

Dec 01, 2008 This paper presents results of laboratory flow experiments at core scale and numerical simulations with the TOUGHREACT code for chemically reactive flows to reconstruct potential chemical and physical processes during the injection of untreated and treated connate formation water into the Agua Fr a oil reservoir.

The effect of irradiation on the atomic structure and

Oct 25, 2019 This process is then iteratively repeated until both enthalpy and density plateaued. 9,45,66,67,68 Herein, the input crystal structures for calcite …

Experimental and visual research on the microbial induced

Mar 09, 2017 Experimental systems set up. Experiments were carried out according to a novel designed flow cell (Fig. 1) consisted of glass cover slips and polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) to achieve the whole processes of biofilm culture and reaction with biomineralization medium.Microbial colony growth and biomineralization processes were observed in this system, a double-inlet flow cell has two inlets for ...

Frontiers Calcium Carbonate Precipitation for CO2

Jul 10, 2017 They also synthesized calcium carbonates via the slag2PCC process by varying the CO 2 flow rate in a pH range of ~9 to ~7 at 45 C, and it was found that both calcite and aragonite formed but the composition ratio depended more strongly on the CO 2 flow …

Effect of pH on Amorphous Calcium Carbonate Structure and

Jul 13, 2016 Abstract. A number of organisms produce crystalline calcium carbonate via a metastable precursor phase termed amorphous calcium carbonate (ACC). ACC also forms during production of CaCO 3 for industrial purposes, e.g., paper manufacturing and synthesis of fillers for polymers. Previous studies suggest that the local structure of ACC controls crystallization kinetics and pathways, i.e., the ...

Enhanced weathering to capture Wiley Online Library

Jan 21, 2021 Enhanced weathering (EW) of alkaline minerals can potentially capture CO 2 from the atmosphere at gigaton scale, but the reactor design presents great challenges. We model EW with fresh water in a counter-current trickle flow packed bed batch of 1–10 mm calcite particles.

Upflow Calcite Contactor Study Texas

Table 3-1. Design superficial velocities for calcite contactors from referenced studies..... 18 Table 3-2. Design empty bed contact time for calcite contactors from referenced studies ... 20 Table 3-3. Properties of calcite samples used in the Ruggieri et al. (2008) study ..... 22 Table 3-4.

Design aspects of calcite dissolution reactors applied for

Apr 02, 2013 This paper addresses theoretical and practical aspects pertinent to the design of H 2 SO 4-based calcite dissolution processes, such as the maximum acid dosage possible without gypsum precipitation (1400 mg/L); factors dominating the product water quality; and effect of given operational scenarios on the expected operational (namely the chemicals' demand) and capital (namely reactors …

PDF Design aspects of calcite dissolution reactors

Pilot scale evaluation of a novel post-treatment process for desalinated water By Ori Lahav and Shaul Oren Development of an additional step to current CO2-based CaCO3(s) dissolution post-treatment processes for cost-effective Mg2+ supply to desalinated water

Design of a Continuous Process Setup for Precipitated

Feb 27, 2014 Also, the design of a continuous test setup (total volume ∼75 L) is described, which enables quick process variations needed to adapt the system to the varying slag quality. Different precipitated calcium carbonate crystals (calcite and vaterite) are generated in different parts of the setup.

Calcite Mining Processing Equipment Flow Chart Cases

Uses Calcite is the mineral component of limestone which is used primarily as construction aggregates, and in production of lime and cement. Limestone also is used in a variety of commercial applications including: road construction, riprap and jetty stone, filter stone, railroad ballast, poultry grit, mineral food, sugar processing, flux stone in steel production, glass manufacture, sulfur ...

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