Ghazi Faisal

Ghazi Faisal
Al-Muthanna University / College of Engineering / Department of Chemical Engineering · Al-Muthanna University / College of Engineering / Department of Chemical Engineering

Doctor of Chemical Engineering

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Introduction
Professor (Assistant) Ghazi Faisal Naser works as the Chemical Engineering Department _Al-Muthanna University _Iraq. My interested researches are in the fields of: water treatment ,petroleum wastewater treatment , industrial wastewater treatment, electrochemical treatment . I have an experimental knowledge in the fields of membrane technology and theoretical knowledge in the teaching of chemical engineering subjects like: reactor design and fluid flow . Contact info.: ghazi_faisal@mu.edu.iq
Education
June 2013 - March 2019
Al Muthanna University
Field of study
  • Chemical Engineering

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The current study investigates the ability of Nano magnetite as an adsorbent to remove organic materials from oilfield-produced water (PW). The effect of several variables on the removal procedure was investigated, such as nano magnetite dose, pH of solution and adsorption period. The adsorbent was carefully examined and completed using several app...
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An electrocoagulation process has been used to eliminate the chemical oxygen demand (COD) from wastewaters discharged from the Al-Muthanna petroleum refinery plant. In this process, a circular aluminum bar was used as a sacrificial anode, and a hollow cylinder made from stainless steel was used as a cathode in a tubular batch electrochemical Reacto...
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Arsenic (V) is represented as a very toxic compound, hence the importance of this research is concerned to reduce AS (V) from contaminated water before emitting it into river water by using modified spent tea leaves MSTL. The effect of arsenic initial concentration (10-100) mg.L-1, the mass of MSTL (0.1-0.6) g.L-1, pH (2-10), and mixing time (10-11...
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This study examined the use of Onion Skins, an inexpensive adsorbent material, for removing the Methyl Violet dye which represents the main objective by using batch adsorption process to investigate and understand the adsorption behaviour, the kinetics and the equilibrium isotherm using a low-cost adsorbent. The study included the influence of cont...
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In this work, the photocatalytic is related to simulated wastewater as well as recycling for industrial uses. Photocatalytic degradation of simulated wastewater content (Eosin Yellowish, Eriochrom Black T, Methyl Violet, EDTA, FeSO4.7H2O, NaCl, and NaOH) was utilized as a treatment approach in batch reactors within solar light in a heterogeneous sl...
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The industry of textile exhausts large volume of water by different wet processes. The enormous amounts produces of textile waste water heavily charged with un-consumed dyes and other compounds. These dyes involve some kinds of structural of dyes such acidic, basic, reactive and dyes with metal complex structure. Dyes (and their derivatives) repres...
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AB S T RA C T In this research, the photocatalytic decolorization of textile wastewater, using zinc oxide as a photocatalyst was examined in the current method of removing dyes from wastewater as an ideal photocatalyst. All experiments were taken at room temperature in a batch reactor by using UltraViolet photo-oxidation process because of high eff...
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The textile industries has been classified as one of the minor sources of pollution because it takes large quantities of water and bring large amounts of wastewater and colored dyes from multi stages of processing. The photo catalytic process is a very popular method of degradation and removal different dyes and one of most important agents of wast...
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In this research, the photocatalytic decolorization of textile wastewater, using zinc oxide as a photocatalyst was examined in the current method of removing dyes from wastewater as an ideal photocatalyst. All experiments were taken at room temperature in a batch reactor by using Ultra-Violet photo-oxidation process because of high effectiveness in...
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The textile industries has been classified as one of the minor sources of pollution because it takes large quantities of water and bring large amounts of wastewater and colored dyes from multi stages of processing. The photo catalytic process is a very popular method of degradation and removal different dyes and one of most important agents of wast...
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In the present paper, the degradation of Methyl Orange dye using two commercial photocatalysts (ZnO and TiO2). These two catalysts have been tested and compared in suspension in a slurry reactor under solar light. The best values of various transactions such as catalyst concentration, catalyst type and the concentration at the beginning of experime...

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