Reduction of dielectric oil present in Fuller soil by applying Micro-nanobubbles of air at laboratory level

Daniel Castillo Anyosa, Jhonny Valverde Flores

Abstract


The present research consisted of reducing the presence of dielectric oil in fuller ground by using air micro-nanobubbles at laboratory level. Weighed 3 containers 500 grams of soil with dielectric oil in each. After 48 hours the treatment with air micro-nanobubbles was carried out. It was taken to the laboratory to measure the parameters: pH, CE, mv and T in 30, 60, and 90 minutes after total hydrocarbons were analyzed. The best result was sample number 3 with a time of 90 minutes with a 59.6% reduction in the presence of dielectric oil, considered significant for the research work.


Keywords


Fuller earth, dielectric oil, Micro nanobubbles, air

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.32829/nanoj.v2i2.66

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