[CEST2019_00639] 3D printed lab-scale raceway ponds reactors applied to photo-Fenton processes
by Nasr Esfahani K., Zandi M.D., Travieso-Rodriguez J.A., Graells M., Pérez-Moya M.
Session: 17, Room:
In this work, two different printable materials, PLA (polylactic acid) and Timberfill were evaluated in terms of chemical resistance to photo-Fenton reactants and viability for conducting the assays in raceway pond reactors (RPRs). The modeling and testing of chemical reactors, in particular their prototyping can benefit from additive manufacturing. However, the preparation of RPRs by 3D printing to study photo-Fenton reactions has not been investigated. First, these raw materials were exposed to H2O2/Fe(II) solutions at pH=3±0.2 under sunlight to simulate photo-Fenton environment.
Thu, 09/05/2019 - 16:06 to 16:09
Flash presentation in Advanced oxidation processes