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Using Activated Carbon from waste date-pits as an adsorbent for transformer oil regeneration

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3 Author(s)
Al-Zuhair, S. ; Chem. & Pet. Eng. Dept., UAE Univ., Al-Ain, United Arab Emirates ; Noura, H. ; Fardoun, A.

High quality transformer oil is required to increase the reliability and the life time of the transformer. This oil carries information about the operating condition of the transformer. Therefore, the transformer oil properties should be monitored in order to give early warnings and maintain the transformers efficiency. When the oil quality is decreased, it should be either changed or regenerated. Transformer oil regeneration is carried out using adsorption on Activated Carbon (AC) produced from waste date-pits. After adsorption, drop in density, viscosity, neutralization index and metallic contents were observed, whereas adsorption resulted in an increase in interfacial area. The properties of the regenerated oil after adsorption was found to approach the acceptable standards, which clearly demonstrate the potential of using locally made AC from waste date-pits as an adsorption agent for transformer oil regeneration.

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Sustainable Technologies (WCST), 2011 World Congress on

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7-10 Nov. 2011

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