carbonate cementation via plant derived urease

  • (PDF) Bio Cementation A Novel Technique and Approach

    Families of the plant which produce urease are varieties of beans in leguminous family watermelons squash pumpkin and cucurbits family. The crude extract of jack bean is a good source of urease. Through plant derived urease both calcium carbonate as well as calcium phosphate cement can be produced 18 . C.

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  • Bio-Cementation of Soil Using Plant Enzyme

     · Enzyme Induced Cementation. Carbonate precipitation via hydrolysis of urea is a potentially inexpensive cementation method. Uses common materials (CaCl. 2 urea) the enzyme ureaseRequires less energy and processing steps than Portland cement. Plant derived urease is renewable biodegradable. Smaller CO. 2. footprint than cement

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  • Microbial-induced calcium carbonate precipitation an

    In this experiment plant derived urease was used to catalyze the reaction and the reaction was stopped by adding ethanol at different time-points (after 1 min 3 min and 15 min). Characteristic Raman peaks for CaCO 3 can be found at approximately 1085 cm −1.

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  • Enzyme induced cementation of biochar-intercalated soil

     · In EICP free urease enzyme is used to accelerate the reaction between calcium chloride and urea to induce calcium carbonate precipitation in soil pores. A laboratory study was conducted to investigate the efficiency of three different biochars produced at different temperatures (300 500 and 700 °C) and applied at 1 to the soil.

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  • Enzyme Induced Carbonate Precipitation (EICP) for Soil

     · The rate of carbonate precipitation via hydrolysis of urea can be up to 1014 times faster than natural process. The objective of this research was to ascertain the effectiveness of EICP for soil improvement via hydrolysis of urea (ureolysis) catalyzed by plant-extracted urease enzyme.

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  • Earth stabilisation via carbonate precipitation by plant

     · EICP utilises the urease enzyme to catalyse the hydrolysis of urea which produces carbonate ions that react with the calcium ions dissolved in the pore water thus resulting in the precipitation of calcium carbonate.

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  • Enzyme Induced Carbonate Precipitation (EICP) for Soil

     · The rate of carbonate precipitation via hydrolysis of urea can be up to 1014 times faster than natural process. The objective of this research was to ascertain the effectiveness of EICP for soil improvement via hydrolysis of urea (ureolysis) catalyzed by plant-extracted urease enzyme.

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  • Soil Stabilization using Calcium Carbonate Precipitation

     · Soil Stabilization using Calcium Carbonate Precipitation via Urea Hydrolysis Mohamed G. Arab1 2 EICP techniques uses free urease enzyme derived from agricultural source to catalyse the hydrolysis of Both cementation and densification are result of the precipitation of the carbonate in the soil pores. In this

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  • Soil Stabilization using Calcium Carbonate Precipitation

     · Soil Stabilization using Calcium Carbonate Precipitation via Urea Hydrolysis Mohamed G. Arab1 2 EICP techniques uses free urease enzyme derived from agricultural source to catalyse the hydrolysis of Both cementation and densification are result of the precipitation of the carbonate in the soil pores. In this

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  • (PDF) Bio Cementation A Novel Technique and Approach

    Families of the plant which produce urease are varieties of beans in leguminous family watermelons squash pumpkin and cucurbits family. The crude extract of jack bean is a good source of urease. Through plant derived urease both calcium carbonate as well as calcium phosphate cement can be produced 18 . C.

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  • One Phase Soil Bio-Cementation with EICP-Soil Mixing

     · Microscope (SEM) and (c) carbonate mineral content via acid digestion. 3.2 EICP cementing solution Table 1 shows a summary of three EICP cementation solutions used with the constituents for each EICP solution. 1M solution is the solution that recommended by Almajed et al. 8 . The other two solutions are basically two and three times

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  • Inhibition of urease by extracts derived from 15 Chinese

     · Inhibition of urease by extracts derived from 15 Chinese medicinal herbs Da-Hua Shi1 Yu-Wei Liu2 disorders via the inhibition of Helicobacter pylori urease and the further possibility for discovering useful novel urease enough ammonium carbonate to form to raise the pH of the phosphate buffer from 6.8 to 7.7 was measured at

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  • Earth stabilisation via carbonate precipitation by plant

    Earth stabilisation via carbonate precipitation by plant-derived urease for building applications. Lookup NU author(s) Dr Agostino Bruno Paul Hughes Downloads. The full text of this item is currently under embargo and cannot be made publicly available until 14/12/2022.

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  • Kinetic Study of the Enzyme Urease from Dolichos biflorus

     · Recent Advances in Carbon Dioxide Hydrogenation to Methanol via Heterogeneous Catalysis Publications. publications my Activity Effect of Plant-Derived Urease-Induced Carbonate Formation on the Strength Enhancement of Sandy Soil. 2019 Soil improvement using plant-derived urease-induced calcium carbonate precipitation.

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  • Bio-Mediated Soil Improvement Using Plant Derived Enzyme

    Recently soil improvement using EICP (Enzyme-Induced Carbonate Precipitation) methods in the geotechnical and geo-environmental field has become a prominent interest worldwide. The objective of this study was to develop an improved extraction technique of crude urease from watermelon seeds in both dry and germinated conditions. Subsequently this study also analyzed the improvement

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  • Field detection of urease and carbonic anhydrase activity

     · Urease-driven MICP has been explored in recent years for cementation and restoration of diverse structures from art sculptures to buildings as well as bedrock plugging for enhanced oil recovery (Dhami et al. 2013 Krajewska 2018). Application of ureolytic bacteria however requires evaluating the presence of urease activity hopefully at

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  • Kinetic Study of the Enzyme Urease from Dolichos biflorus

     · Recent Advances in Carbon Dioxide Hydrogenation to Methanol via Heterogeneous Catalysis Publications. publications my Activity Effect of Plant-Derived Urease-Induced Carbonate Formation on the Strength Enhancement of Sandy Soil. 2019 Soil improvement using plant-derived urease-induced calcium carbonate precipitation.

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  • 5 Microbially Induced Carbonate Precipitation Via

     · properties than enzymes derived from plants and animals (Alves et al. 2014). In recent decades urease enzyme has become vehemently useful in geotechnical engineering discipline via a technology termed microbially induced carbonate precipitation ûMICP ü to produce a cementing mineral used for soil stabilization.

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  • Soil Stabilization using Calcium Carbonate Precipitation

     · Soil Stabilization using Calcium Carbonate Precipitation via Urea Hydrolysis Mohamed G. Arab1 2 EICP techniques uses free urease enzyme derived from agricultural source to catalyse the hydrolysis of Both cementation and densification are result of the precipitation of the carbonate in the soil pores. In this

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  • Effective Use of Plant-Derived Urease in the Field of

    The plant-derived urease may offer many benefits over microbial urease to induce carbonate cementation. Therefore it is advantageous to explore the knowledge regarding such a technique as an eco-friendly method for different applications in the fields of geoenvironmental/geotechnical Engineering.

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     · plant-derived urease to induce carbonate cementation in sand and provide valuable insight into the factors that must be considered in developing practical applications for ureolytic carbonate precipitation using plant-derived urease enzyme.

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  • Sand Cementation Using the pH Dependency of Calcium

     · The effect of pH increasing ability of plant-derived urease to induce the precipitation of calcium phosphate compounds (CPCs) as CPC-biogrout (CPC-Bio) and addition of powder materials to induce the precipitation of CPCs as CPC-chemical grout (CPC-Chem) was examined separately using unconfined compressive strength (UCS) test for applying as novel eco-friendly ground improvement

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  • Enzyme-induced carbonate mineral precipitation for

     · Urease is a widely occurring enzyme found in many plants and microorganisms. Wind tunnel experiments were conducted to evaluate the use of a topically applied EICP solution containing plant-derived urease to stabilise soil against fugitive dust emission.

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  • Carbonate cementation via plant derived urease — Arizona

    The use of plant-derived urease enzyme to induce calcium carbonate (CaCO 3) cementation has been demonstrated through laboratory column tests. Benefits of the use of plant-derived urease over the use of microbially-generated urease to induce carbonate cementation include the small size of the enzyme which permits penetration into finer grained

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  • Biocarbonation A novel method for synthesizing nano

     · (interaction of carbonate with metal) mechanisms. 2. Experimental program Plant-derived urease enzyme (PDUE) urea zinc acetate di-hydrate zirconium oxychloride octa-hydrate and sodium car-bonate are the major starting materials. PDUE which was extracted from Canavalia ensiformis and ultra-pure chemicals

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  • Earth stabilisation via carbonate precipitation by plant

    Earth stabilisation via carbonate precipitation by plant-derived urease for building applications. Lookup NU author(s) Dr Agostino Bruno Paul Hughes Downloads. The full text of this item is currently under embargo and cannot be made publicly available until 14/12/2022.

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  • Enzyme-Induced Carbonate Precipitation Encyclopedia

    Enzyme-induced carbonate precipitation (EICP) is a relatively new bio-cementation technique for ground improvement. In EICP calcium carbonate (CaCO3) precipitation occurs via urea hydrolysis catalysed by the urease enzyme sourced from plants. EICP offers significant potential for innovative and sustainable engineering applications including strengthening of soils remediation of contaminants

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  • Earth stabilisation via carbonate precipitation by plant

    Earth stabilisation via carbonate precipitation by plant-derived urease for building applications. Lookup NU author(s) Dr Agostino Bruno Paul Hughes Downloads. The full text of this item is currently under embargo and cannot be made publicly available until 14/12/2022.

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  • Bio-Cementation of Soil Using Plant Enzyme

     · Carbonate precipitation via hydrolysis of urea is a potentially inexpensive cementation method Uses common materials (CaCl2 urea) the enzyme urease Requires less energy and processing steps than Portland cement Plant derived urease is renewable biodegradable

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  • (PDF) Bio Cementation A Novel Technique and Approach

    Families of the plant which produce urease are varieties of beans in leguminous family watermelons squash pumpkin and cucurbits family. The crude extract of jack bean is a good source of urease. Through plant derived urease both calcium carbonate as well as calcium phosphate cement can be produced 18 . C.

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  • Applications of Enzyme Induced Carbonate Precipitation

    In enzyme induced carbonate precipitation (EICP) calcium carbonate (CaCO3) precipitation is catalyzed by plant-derived urease enzyme. In EICP urea hydrolyzes into ammonia and inorganic carbon altering geochemical conditions in a manner that promotes carbonate mineral precipitation.

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  • Enzyme Induced Biocementated Sand with High Strength at

     · Hamdan N. Kavazanjian E. O Donnell S. Carbonate Cementation via Plant Derived Urease. in the 18th International Conference of Soil Mechanics

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     ·  . J . 2021 50(2) . YUAN Hua LIU Kang YUAN Yaonan FENG Jiaxing. Affecting Analysis of Multi-Factors on Soybean Urease-Induced Calcium Carbonate

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  • Crude urease extract for biocementation — Arizona State

    Crude urease extract for biocementation. Hamed Khodadadi Tirkolaei Neda Javadi Vinay Krishnan is demonstrated to be an effective source of urease enzyme for biocementation via enzyme-induced carbonate precipitation (EICP). Test tube tests of crude and purified extracts from jack beans jack bean meal soybeans and watermelon seeds show

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  • The role of bacterial urease activity on the uniformity of

     · The low average cementation level at high urease activity is a result of the uneven distribution of the calcium carbonate which tended to be high

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  • Crystals Free Full-Text Biocementation of Calcareous

    Hamdan N. Kavazanjian E. O Donnell S. Carbonate Cementation via Plant Derived Urease. In Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering Paris France 2–5 September 2013 pp. 2–6. Google Scholar

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  • Carbonate cementation via plant derived urease

    Chemistry. The use of plant-derived urease enzyme to induce calcium carbonate (CaCO3) cementation has been demonstrated through laboratory column tests. Benefits of the use of plant-derived urease over the use of microbially-generated urease to induce carbonate cementation include the small size of the enzyme which permits penetration into finer

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  • Sand Cementation Using the pH Dependency of Calcium

     · The effect of pH increasing ability of plant-derived urease to induce the precipitation of calcium phosphate compounds (CPCs) as CPC-biogrout (CPC-Bio) and addition of powder materials to induce the precipitation of CPCs as CPC-chemical grout (CPC-Chem) was examined separately using unconfined compressive strength (UCS) test for applying as novel eco-friendly ground improvement

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  • Carbonate Cementation via Plant Derived Urease

     · ABSTRACT The use of plant-derived urease enzyme to induce calcium carbonate (CaCO3) cementation has been demonstrated through laboratory column tests. Benefits of the use of plant-derived urease over the use of microbially-generated urease to induce carbonate cementation include the small size of the enzyme which permits penetration into finer grained soils and makes the processless sensitive to bioplugging and the availability of 100 of the carbon in the substrate for conversion to CaCO3. The laboratory column tests employed both Ottawa 20-30 silica sand and finer-grained F-60 silica sand. The laboratory column specimens wereprepared in a variety of manners and showed varying degrees of cementation and carbonate yield. Triaxial tests performed on cemented specimens showed significant strength increases over non-cemented specimens. These tests confirm the feasibility of using plant-derived urease to induce carbonate cementation

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  • Enzyme-Induced Carbonate Precipitation Encyclopedia

    Enzyme-induced carbonate precipitation (EICP) is a relatively new bio-cementation technique for ground improvement. In EICP calcium carbonate (CaCO3) precipitation occurs via urea hydrolysis catalysed by the urease enzyme sourced from plants. EICP offers significant potential for innovative and sustainable engineering applications including strengthening of soils remediation of contaminants

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  • Crude urease extract for biocementation — Arizona State

    Crude urease extract for biocementation. Hamed Khodadadi Tirkolaei Neda Javadi Vinay Krishnan is demonstrated to be an effective source of urease enzyme for biocementation via enzyme-induced carbonate precipitation (EICP). Test tube tests of crude and purified extracts from jack beans jack bean meal soybeans and watermelon seeds show

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