Lety Trisnaliani
Politeknik Negeri Sriwijaya

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Performance of Silica Membranes from Fly Ash Coal of PT Semen Baturaja in Reducing Metal Content in Mine Acid Water Trisnaliani, Lety; Purnamasari, Indah; Ahmadan, Fatria
IJFAC (Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry) Vol 4, No 1 (2019): February 2019
Publisher : IJFAC (Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry)

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Mine acid water has a high level of acidity as a result of oxidation of rocks containing pyrite and sulfide minerals from the remains of rocks exposed to oxygen in the water, which usually contain high metal content. One way to reduce the metal content in acid mine water is to use a silica membrane. In the study, silica membranes were made by extracting silica from fly ash by using two types of solvents or extractors, namely HCl and HNO3.  The adsorption time are 100 minutes, 120 minutes, and 140 minutes with the aim to find out which extractors can produce membranes with performance good and optimum time in the absorption of metal content from acid mine drainage. SEM analysis shows that there is no pore formed on the membrane. Based on the results of the analysis of the research conducted, it can be seen that the membrane with HCl extractor can work better in reducing metal content with optimum adsorption time in the 140th minute. Acid mine drainage also experienced a decrease in flux from 14.9283 L / m2 hours to 6.8244 L / m2h for the membrane with HCl extractor and for HNO3 membrane decreased from 11.9427 L / m2h to 7.6774 L / m2h. Keywords: Silica Membranes, Fly Ash Coal, Metal Content, Mine Acid Water, extractor 
PALM OIL INDUSTRY WASTE WATER TREATMENT WITH COAGULATION METHOD, FENTON AND ADSORPTION Jauhari, Taufiq; Trisnaliani, Lety; Purnamasari, Indah
KINETIKA & TEKNIK ENERGI Vol 4, No 2 (2013): KINETIKA 01072013
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Crude palm oil waste water is waste water that resulted from the palm oil industry. If crude palm oil waste water is released to environment, so it can decrease enviromentset quality  because it contains pollutant organic compound. In this research waste water crude palm oil processed using alum as coagulant with dosage 5000 ppm. This step process was continued by using the concentration fenton Fe2SO47H2O 0.004 M and concentration H2O2 0.32 M. In the final process waste water was treated  by adsorpstion active carbon columb of 30 cm, 40 cm and 50 cm and flow rate 80 mL/minute, 110 mL/minute and 140 mL/minute. In flow rate of  80 mL/minute and height activated carbon columb 50 cm the BOD, COD and TSS reduction increased until 70.10 %, 59.37 % and 85.69 % respectively.
STUDY OF THE INFLUENCE THE ACIDITY LEVEL OF SULPHURIC ACID TO THERMAL CRACKING AND TRIGLYCERIDE SATURATION OF CRUDE PALM OIL BY USING TWO STAGES ELECTROCHEMICAL THERMAL CRACKING Trisnaliani, Lety; Jauhari, Taufiq
KINETIKA & TEKNIK ENERGI Vol 4, No 2 (2013): KINETIKA 01072013
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Crude Palm Oil (CPO) was experienced with electrolyze by using two stages electrochemical thermal cracking reactor, zeolyte as catalyst, silver as cathode and cuprum as anode. In this research, we used electrolyte solution for 2 kinds of concentrate which was 40 and 60% of sulphuric acid (H2SO4). It worked in 1 atm with electrolyze for 1 hour, heating till reaching temperature 80oC for 1 hr, fogging process for 1 hr, and heating without electrolyze nor fogging about 30 minutes. From lubricity analyze, this product is a fuel with high lubricity. The analyzer showing that cracking of triglyceride of crude palm oil has same characteristics with diesel. 
Separation of Glycerol from Biodiesel Oil Products Using High Voltage Electrolysis Method Trisnaliani, Lety; Zaki, Ahmad
Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry Vol 3, No 1 (2018): February 2018
Publisher : Indonesian Journal of Fundamental and Applied Chemistry

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This study aims to separate glycerol from used cooking oil biodiesel products. This research is done by main process by analyzing free fatty acid level (FFA) to know the fat content of the oil in order to know the next process. This research is done by electrolysis process using high voltage. We done transesterification process by using methanol and NaOH as catalyst before performing the process of electrolysis with high voltage. Biodiesel is manufactured using a mini-scale stirred tank reactor (RATB) laboratory. This process is heated at temperature (35-60) oC, the ratio of used cooking oil and methanol (5:1, 6:1, 7:1, 8:1, 9:1) using a 0.1 N NaOH catalyst. The research obtained optimum reaction temperature yield highest percentage of rendement at temperature 60oC and ratio of used cooking oil and methanol 5:1 with percentage of rendement equal to 88,88, cetane number 48,4, kinematic viscosity 2,560, pour point 37,4 oF, flash point 131 oF, Conradson Carbon Residue (CCR) 0.09, and ASTM Colour 1.5. This shows that the manufacture of biodiesel with high microwave and high voltage utilization yields a high percentage of 88.88 and the product is biosolar-48.