Hassan Al- Haj Ibrahim

Al-Baath University

Dr. Al-Haj Ibrahim obtained his B.Sc. in Fuel Engineering (1970) and Ph.D. (1973) at Leeds University, UK. From 1970 until 1974 Dr. Al-Haj Ibrahim was a Research Fellow at British Coke Research Association (Leeds University, England) after which he worked at Homs Oil Refinery, Syria (1974-1975). In 1975 Dr. Al-Haj Ibrahim became a Professor at Al Baath University (Syria) where he still works. He was also a Senior Researcher at Syrian Atomic Energy Commission (2000-2003) and Director of Quality Assurance, Al-Baath University, Syria (2003-2008, 2015-2017). Furthermore, Dr. Al-Haj Ibrahim was a visiting professor at a number of universities: Technical University of Aachen, Germany; University of Pittsburgh, U.S.A. (Fulbright scholar); Alexandria University, Egypt; University of Hadhramout, Yemen; Arab University, Syria.

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Fractionation, in the most general sense, could mean any process whereby a mixture is separated into different components or fractions. Examples of fractionation processes include dephlegmation, fractional distillation, fractional freezing, fractional melting, isotope fractionation, and other separation techniques. Of the many and varied separation processes available, fractionation plays a major part, and capital investment in fractionation equipment and processes may form a significant fraction of industrial processing investment. Fractionation as a separation technique is extensively used in widely diverse areas such as the application of geochemical fractionation of metals in sediments of water reservoirs, fractionation of polysaccharides from selected mushroom species, and fractional distillation of bio-oil produced by pyrolysis of certain palm seeds.

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