Makaryavichene V.,Alexandras Stulginskis University |
Sendzhikene E.,Alexandras Stulginskis University |
Chyutelite R.,Alexandras Stulginskis University |
Kitris S.,Kaunas University of Technology |
Yaskunas A.,Kaunas University of Technology
Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils | Year: 2015
Apparent kinetic parameters of carbon dioxide sorption from biogas using solutions produced by suspending calcined dolomite are given. The optimum and effective CO2 absorption temperature is 20°C. Kinetic calculations show that the apparent absorption order and the apparent absorption rate constant decrease with a rise of temperature. It is shown that the CO2 absorption rate is a direct function of CO2 partial pressure and an inverse function of temperature. A dolomite solution obtained by filtration of a 1% dolomite suspension in water is recommended for CO2 absorption. © ?2015 Springer Science+Business Media New York.
Kokkinaki A.,University of Nicosia |
Kyprianidis P.,University of Nicosia |
Stabingis L.,Alexandras Stulginskis University |
Partela P.,University of Nicosia
Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing | Year: 2014
The main aim of this article is to outline existing perceptions and practices related to cloud services in Cyprus. This research is exploratory, descriptive and explanatory in the sense that proposes a model to capture the adoption process of potential clients of cloud services in Cyprus. The research methodology used, consist of both primary and secondary data. Primary data has been collected through interviews and a survey. Qualitative and quantitative analysis is employed, recommendations are derived and discussion follows. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014.