Ismail Agcasulu

Ismail Agcasulu
T.C. Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi | SDU · Department of Mining Engineering

PhD. Cand.

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August 2011 - present
T.C. Süleyman Demirel Üniversitesi
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  • Research Assistant

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Publications (10)
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Waste an E-waste is a global environmental issue but potential resources for Indium through urban mining and recycling, which a critical raw material for the industry has been reviewed. In the e-waste, the computer followed by spent television scarp is the second highest by volume generation invariably contains the LCD panel. Indium-tin-oxide (ITO)...
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The bottom ashes, produced by the industrial incinerators, are an essential secondary raw material resource which has been drawing attention to recover economically important metals. In the present study, a hydrometallurgical process (chemical leaching) has been discussed to recover some economically important metals using lab scale reactors (600 m...
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The low rank coal lignite stands out to be a profuse source of energy in Turkey and accounts for nearly 43% of its total fossil fuel production. However, the high sulfur content associated with lignite averts its application in several sectors due to various health and environmental issues. In the present work, biodesulphurization of Turkish lignit...
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There is a growing interest in electronic wastes (e-wastes) recycling for metal recovery because the fast depletion of worldwide reserves for primary resources is gradually becoming a matter of concern. E-wastes contain metals with a concentration higher than that present in the primary ores, which renders them as an apt resource for metal recovery...
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Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Ata Utku AKÇİL Nowadays, industrial furnaces are used for several purposes in different processes. In recent years, the growing importance of the solid waste facilities changed the usage of these incineration furnaces like electrical energy production besides the solid waste disposal. In the world, million tons of solid wastes...

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