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Mohammed Jaafar Ali Alatabe

Mohammed Jaafar Ali Alatabe

Master of Engineering
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Additional affiliations
March 2006 - present
University of Mustansiriyah
Position
  • Professor
Education
October 2000 - May 2003
University of Baghdad
Field of study
  • Environmental Engineering

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Publications (42)
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Produced water is a large amount of water wasted throughout the crude oil extraction process, it's a mixture of the well's deposition water and the water of oil wells extraction water. Produced water contains oil, suspended solids and dissolves solid. This study tested produced water collected from Alahdab oilfield/middle oil company for oil conten...
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Specific bentonite clay was studied to remove Cr +6 from polluted waters of different concentrations using adsorption phenomena at different temperatures. Synthetic samples were prepared with Cr +6 concentrations of 5, 15, 30, 50, and 100 mg/L. Samples were divided into two sets; the first was mixed with 0.5 g bentonite per 100 ml, the second with...
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This article describes the design of photo catalyst reactor for oil removing from produced water. Real produced water containing a combination of organic compounds was treated with zinc oxide nanoparticles. In this study, ultraviolet radiations were used to find the efficiency of removing the oil content from the water produced that brought from th...
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This study reviewed the most common methods for removing lead ions from industrial wastewater and municipal wastewater. Most of the research done was reviewed using traditional methods such as chemical precipitation, ion exchange, reverse osmosis, oxidation, evaporation, electric-dialysis, membrane filtration, and solvent extraction. These operatio...
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Liberally accessible sun based vitality utilization for residential and mechanical applications are ruined since of its discontinuous nature. The thermal energy storage (TES) framework utilizing both sensible and inactive warm has numerous advantages like expansive warm capacity in a unit volume and its isothermal behavior amid the charging and rel...
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Oily wastewater is one of the most dangerous forms of environmental pollution, it is large amount of water that is wasted petrochemical industries, oily waste water contains oil, suspended solids, and dissolved solids. The study investigates the treatment of real oily waste water that was collected from al-Dura refinery (Iraq) /Middle Refineries Co...
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This review is aimed at exploring the possibilities of recovering Chromium ions using several low-cost adsorbents through wastewater processing. In the past, several traditional methods were employed for removing Chromium ions. These included precipitation, evaporation, electroplating and ion exchange. However, these processes were associated with...
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Exfoliate apricot kernels were collected and prepared for adsorbing the cyanide ions from the aqueous solution. Fourier transforms infrared spectroscopy (FT-IR) and X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning electron microscopic (SEM) were utilized to describe the exfoliate apricot kernels. The adsorption experiments carried out were in a batch experimen...
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Produced water is wastewater that is generated as a byproduct of the extraction of oil and natural gas from underground reservoirs. It contains emulsified oil, organic compounds, inorganic compounds, suspended solids, and dissolved solids. Untreated produced water can cause serious environmental problems. In this research, batch adsorption of produ...
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This study is aimed on exploring the possibilities of recovering Pb +2 ions using several low cost adsorbents through wastewater processing. In the past, several traditional methods were employed for removing Pb +2 ions. These included precipitation, evaporation, electroplating and ion exchange. However, these processes were associated to various l...
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The present study aims at investigating the feasibility of using solar energy as a power source to run electro-kinetic remediation in order to clean-up lead from three types of Iraqi soil. In order to do so, it carries out six tests with enhancement conditions, involving pH control and injection wells. Conducted in the city of Baghdad, Iraq, the ex...
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The aim of this laboratory study is to estimate the best initial pH of purging solution for Nikel clean-up from artificially contaminated soil using electro-kinetic cell. An efficiency enhancement method was employed involving pH control and injection wells as part of the investigative program. Seven tests were performed at different pH controlled...
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The adsorption characteristics of Nickel (II) onto Iraqi Bentonite clay from aqueous solution have been investigated with respect to changes in pH of solution, adsorbent dosage, contact time and temperature of the solution. The maximum removal efficiency of Nickel (II) ions is 96% at pH=6.5 and exposure to 100 g/L adsorbent. For the adsorption of N...
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This study tested the suitability of Cane Papyrus as a biological sorbent for the removal of Cu2+ions from wastewater. Fourier transform infra-red analysis for the Cane Papyrus confirmed the presence of amino (– NH), carbonyl (–C=O) and hydroxyl (–OH) functional groups. Bath mode was used, and the effects of the following parameters were investigat...

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