Journal Publications

CO2 Capture

  1. “Experimental study of the kinetics of the homogenous reaction of CO2 into a novel aqueous 3-​diethylamino-​1,​2-​propanediol solution using the stopped-​flow technique”, Chemical Engineering  Journal, 2015, (J. Li, H. Liu, Z. Liang, X. Luo, H. Liao, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  2. “Experimental analyses of mass transfer and heat transfer of post-combustion CO2 absorption using hybrid solvent MEA-MeOH in an absorber”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 260, 2015, p.11-19 (K. Fu, R. Wichitpan, Z. Liang, Y. Na, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  3. “Solubility, absorption heat and mass transfer studies of CO2 absorption into aqueous solution of 1-dimethylamino-2-propanol”, Fuel, 144, 2015, p.121-129 (Y. Liang, H. Liu, W. Rongwong, Z. Liang, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  4. =“1D NMR analysis of a quaternary MEA-DEAB-CO2-H2O amine system: Liquid phase speciation and vapor-liquid equilibria at CO2 absorption and solvent regeneration conditions”, Eng. Chem. Res., 53, 2014, p. 8577-8591 (H. Shi, A. Naami, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  5. “A life cycle assessment study of a Canadian post-combustion carbon dioxide capture process system”, The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 19, 2014, p.357-369 (J. Koiwanit, L. Piewkhaow, Q. Zhou, A. Manuilova, C.W. Chan, M. Wilson, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  6. “A life cycle assessment study of a hypothetical Canadian oxy-fuel combustion carbon dioxide capture process”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 28, 2014, p.257-274 (J. Koiwanit, A. Manuilova, C. Chan, M. Wilson, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  7. “An expert system for monitoring and diagnosis of ammonia emissions from the post-​combustion carbon dioxide capture process system”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 26, 2014, p.158-168 (J. Koiwanit, T. Supap, C. Chan, D. Gelowitz, R. Idem, Tontiwachwuthikul).
  8. “Analysis of mass transfer performance of MEA-based CO2 absorption in packed column using artificial neural networks”, Eng. Chem. Res.,53, 2014, p.4413-4423 (K. Fu, G. Chen, Z. Liang, T. Sema, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  9. “Analysis of mass transfer performance of monoethanolamine-​based CO2 absorption in a packed column usingartificial neural networks”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 53(14), 2014, p.5932-5940 (K. Fu, G. Chen, Z. Liang, T. Sema, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  10. “Catalytic and non catalytic solvent regeneration during absorption-based CO2 capture with single and blended reactive amine solvents”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 26, 2014, 39-50 (H. Shi, A. Naami, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  11. “CO2 absorption kinetics of 4-diethylamine-2-butanol solvent using stop-flow technique”, Separation and Purification Technology, 136, 2014, p.81-87 (H. Lui, T. Sema, Z. Liang, K. Fu, R. Idem, Y. Na, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  12. “Comparative studies of heat duty and total equivalent work of a new heat pump distillation with split flow process, conventional split flow process, and conventional baseline process for CO2 capture using monoethanolamine”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 24, 2014, p.87-97 (H. Gao, L. Zhou, Z. Liang, R. Idem, K. Fu, T. Sema, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  13. “Effect of cation on the solubility of carbon dioxide in three bis(fluorosulfonyl)imide low viscosity ([FSI]) ionic liquids”, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 375, 2014, p. 324-331 (A. Tagiuri, K. Z. Sumon, A. Henni, K. Zanganeh, A. Shafeen).
  14. “Experimental and thermodynamic study of CO2 solubility in promising [TF2N and DCN] ionic liquids”, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 376, 2014, p. 22-30 (M. Zoubeik, A. Henni)
  15. “Experimental studies of regeneration heat duty for CO2 desorption from diethylenetriamine (DETA) solution in a stripper column packed with dixon ring random packing”, Fuel, 136, 2014, p.261-267 (X. Zhang, K. Fu, Z. Liang, R. Wichitpan, Z, Yang, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  16. “Heats of absorption of CO2 in aqueous solutions of tertiary amines: N-methyldiethanolamine, 3-dimethylamino-1-propanol, and 1-dimethylamino-2-propanol”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 53(12), 2014, p. 4953-4965 (A. V. Rayer, A. Henni).
  17. “High-pressure solubility of carbon dioxide (CO2) in aqueous 1-methyl piperazine solution”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering, 59(11), 2014, p. 3610-3623 (A. V. Rayer, Y. Armugam, A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  18. “Kinetics of CO2 absorption into a novel 1-diethylamino-2-propanol solvent using stopped-flow technique”, AIChE Journal, 60(10), 2014, p.3502-3510 (H. Liu, Z. Liang, T. Sema, W. Rangwong, C. Li, Y. Na, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  19. “Molecular dynamics simulations of proposed intermediates in the CO2 + aqueous amine reaction”, Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 5 (7), 2014, p. 1151–1156 (Z. Kazi, A. Henni, A. L. L. East).
  20. “Physical and chemical resistance of elastomers in aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) and CO2-​loaded MEA solutions during postcombustion carbon dioxide capture processes”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 53(14), 2014, p.5932-5940 (W. Srisang, T.Supap, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  21. “Solubility of carbon dioxide in three [Tf2N] ionic liquids”, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 380, 2014, p. 39-47 (A. Tagiuri, K. Z. Sumon, A. Henni).
  22. “Physical and chemical resistance of elastomers in aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) and CO2-loaded MEA Solutions during postcombustion carbon dioxide capture processes”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 53(14), 2014, p.5932-5940 (W. Srisang, T. Supap, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  23. “1D absorption kinetics modeling of CO2-DEAB-H2O system”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 12, 2013, p.390-398 (T. Sema, A. Naami, Z. Liang, R. Idem, H. Ibrahim, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  24. “A life cycle assessment study of a Canadian post-combustion carbon dioxide capture process system”, The International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 12(9), 2014, p.357-369 (J. Koiwanit, L. Piewkhaow, Q. Zhou, A. Manuilova, C.W. Chan, M. Wilson, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  25. “Ammonia emission kinetics of monoethanolamine (MEA) based CO2 absorption process”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 12, 2013, p.333-340 (C. Saiwan, A. Chanchey, T. Supap, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  26. “Analysis and predictive correlation of mass transfer coefficient KGav of blended MDEA-MEA for use in post-combustion CO2 capture”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 19, 2013, p.3-12 (A. Naami, T. Sema, H. Shi, M. Edali, R. Idem, Z. Liang, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  27. “Application of neuro-fuzzy modeling technique for operational problem solving in a CO2 capture process system”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 15, 2013, p.32-41 (Q. Zhou, C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R. Idem, D. Gelowitz).
  28. “Comprehensive mass transfer and reaction kinetics studies of a novel reactive 4-​diethylamino-​2-​butanol solvent for capturing CO2”, Chemical Engineering Science, 100, 2013, p.183-194 (T. Sema, A. Naami, K. Fu, G. Chen, Z. Liang, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul ).
  29. “Comprehensive mass transfer and reaction kinetics studies of a novel reactive 4-diethylamino-2-butanol solvent for capturing CO2”, Chemical Engineering Science, 100, 2013, p.195-202 (T. Sema, A. Naami, K. Fu, G. Chen Z. Liang, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  30. “Effect of flue gas composition on carbon steel (1020) corrosion in MEA-based CO2 capture Process”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 19, 2013, p.340-349 (P. Wattanaphan, T. Sema, R. Idem, Z. Liang, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  31. “Experimental study on mass transfer and prediction using artificial neural network for CO2 absorption into aqueous DETA”, Chemical Engineering Science, 100, 2013, p.195-202 (K. Fu, G.Chen, T. Sema, X.Zhang, Z. Liang, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  32. “Introduction to a decade of research by the IEAGHG Weyburn-Midale CO2 monitoring and storage project”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 16(Supplement 1), 2013, p.S1-S4 ( Wildgust, C. Gilboy, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  33. “Kinetics of sulfur dioxide- and oxygen-induced degradation of aqueous monoethanolamine solution during CO2 absorption from power plant flue gas streams”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 15, 2013, p. 32-41 (T. Supap, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, C. Saiwan).
  34. “Molar heat capacity (Cp) of aqueous cyclic amine solutions from (298.15 to 353.15) K”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering, 58(7), 2013, p.1989-200 ( Poozesh, A. V. Rayer, A. Henni)
  35. “Part 7: A review of CO2 capture using hollow fiber membrane contactors”, Carbon Management, 4(1), 2013, p.69-89 (Z. Cui, D. deMontigny).
  36. “Part 8: Post-combustion CO2 capture: pilot plant operation issues”, Carbon Management, 4(2), 2013, p.215-231 (D. Gelowitz, T. Supap, A. Naami, T. Sema, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  37. “Comprehensive mass transfer and reaction kinetics studies of CO2 Absorption into aqueous solutions of blended MDEA-MEA”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 209, 2012, p.501-512 (T. Sema, A. Naami, K. Fu, M. Edali, H. Liu, H. Shi, Z. Liang, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  38. 13C NMR spectroscopy of a novel amine species in the DEAB-CO2-H2O system: VLE model”, Eng. Chem. Res, 51(25), 2012, p.8608-8615 (H. Shi, T. Sema, Z. Liang, A. Naami, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  39. “Analysis of reaction kinetics of CO2 absorption into aqueous 4-diethylamino-2-butanol solutions in a laminar jet absorber”, Eng. Sci., 81, 2012, p.251-259 (T. Sema, A. Naami, Z. Liang, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, H. Shi, P. Wattanaphan, A. Henni).
  40. “Correction for investigation of mass-​transfer performance for CO2 absorption into diethylenetriamine (DETA) in a randomly packed colum”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(49), 2012, p.16162 (K. Fu,T. Sema, Z. Liang, H. Liu, Y. Na, H. Shi, R. Idem and P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  41. “Estimation of relative permeability by assisted history matching using the ensemble-kalman-filter method”, Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, 51, 2012, p.205-214 (H. Li, S.N. Chen, D. Yang, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  42. “High pressure physical solubility of carbon dioxide (CO2) in mixed polyethylene glycol dimethyl ethers (Genosorb 1753)”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 90(3), 2012, p. 576-583 ( A. V. Rayer, A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul)
  43. “High-pressure solubility of methane (CH4) and ethane (C2H6) in mixed polyethylene glycol dimethyl ethers (Genosorb 1753) and its selectivity in natural gas sweetening operations”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 57, 2012, p.764-775 (A.V. Rayer, A. Henni and P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  44. “Investigation of mass transfer performance for CO2 absorption into diethylenetriamine (DETA) in a randomly packed column”, Eng. Chem. Res., 51(37), 2012, p.12058-12064 (K. Fu, T. Sema, Z. Liang, H. Liu, Y. Na, H. Shi, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  45. “Kinetics of carbon dioxide (CO2) with ethylenediamine, 3-amino-1-propanol in methanol and ethanol, and with 1-dimethylamino-2-propanol and 3-dimethylamino-1-propanol in water using stopped-flow technique”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 179, 2012, p.262-271 ( Kadiwala, A.V. Rayer, A. Henni)
  46. “Mass transfer performance of CO2 absorption into aqueous solution of 4-diethylamino-2-butanol, monoethanolamine, and N-methyldiethanolamine”, Eng. Chem. Res., 51(18), 2012, p.6470-6479 (A. Naami, M. Edali, T. Sema, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  47. “Molar heat capacities of solvents used in CO2 capture: A group additively and molecular connectivity analysis”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 90, 2012, p.367-376 (A.V. Rayer, A. Henni and P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  48. “Part 4a: Applications of knowledge-based system technology for the CO2 capture process system”, Carbon Management, 3(1), 2012, p.69-79 (C.W. Chan, Q. Zhou, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  49. “Part 4b: Application of data modeling and analysis techniques to the CO2 Capture Process System”, Carbon Management, 3(1), 2012, p.81-94 (Q. Zhou, Y. Wu, C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R.O. Idem, D. Gelowitz).
  50. “Part 5a: Solvent chemistry: NMR analysis and studies for amine-CO2-H2O systems with VLE modeling for CO2 capture processes”, Carbon Management, 3(2), 2012, p.185-200 (H. Shi, Z.H. Liang, T. Sema, A. Naami, P. Usubharatana, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, C. Saiwan).
  51. “Part 5b: Solvent chemistry: reaction kinetics of CO2 absorption into reactive amine solutions”, Carbon Management, 3(2), 2012, p.201-220 (T. Sema, A. Naami, Z.H. Liang, H. Shi, A.V. Rayer, K.Z. Sumon, P. Wattanaphan, A. Henni, R. Idem, C. Saiwan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  52. “Part 5c: Solvent chemistry: solubility of CO2 in reactive solvents for post-combustion CO2”, Carbon Management, 3(5), 2012, p.467-484 (A.V. Rayer, K.Z. Sumon, T. Sema, A. Henni, R.O. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  53. “Part 6: Solvent recycling and reclaiming issues”, Carbon Management, 3(5), 2012, p.485-509 (W. ElMoudir, T. Supap, C. Saiwan, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  54. “Predicting pK a of amines for CO2 capture: computer versus pencil-and-paper”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(37), 2012, p. 11924-11930 (K. Z. Sumon, A. Henni, A. L. East).
  55. “Reaction kinetics of 2-((2-aminoethyl) amino) ethanol in aqueous and non‐aqueous solutions using the stopped‐flow technique”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 91(3), 2012, p. 490-498 (R. V. Rayer, A. Henni, J. Li).
  56. “Solubility and diffusivity of N2O in aqueous 4-(diethylamino)-2-butanol solutions for the use in postcombustion 91(3), capture”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 51(2), 2012, p.925-930 (T. Sema, M. Edali, A. Naami, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  57. “Volumetric properties, viscosities, refractive indices and surface tensions for (dimethylpropanolamine (DMPA)+water) mixtures from 298.15 K to 343.15 K”, Thermochimica Acta, 543, 2012, p. 218-225. (K. Narayanaswamy, A. V. Rayer, S. Kadiwala, A. Henni).
  58. “An intelligent system for monitoring and diagnosis of the CO2 capture Process”, Expert Systems with Applications, 38(7), 2011, p.7935-7946 (Q. Zhou, C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  59. “Correlations for equilibrium solubility of carbon dioxide in aqueous 4-(diethylamino)-2-butanol solutions”, Eng. Chem. Res, 50(24), 2011, p.14008-14015 (T. Sema, A. Naami, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  60. “CO2 stripping from monoethanolamine using a membrane contactor”, Journal of Membrane Science, 376, 2011, p.110-118 ( Khaisri, D. deMontigny, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R. Jiraratananon).
  61. “Ionic liquids for CO2 capture using COSMO-RS: Effect of structure, properties and molecular interactions on solubility and selectivity”, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 2011, 310(1), p. 39-55 (K. Z. Sumon, A. Henni)
  62. “Modeling of the carbon dioxide capture process system using machine intelligence approaches”, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 24, 2011, p.673-685 (Q. Zhou, Y. Wu, C.W. Chen and P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  63. “Part 1: Design, modeling and simulation of post-combustion CO2 capture systems using reactive solvents”, Carbon Management, 2(3), 2011, p.265-288 (Z.H. Liang, T. Sanpasertparnich, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, D. Gelowitz, R. Idem).
  64. “Part 2: Solvent management: solvent stability and amine degradation in CO2 capture processes”, Carbon Management, 2(5), 2011, p.551-566 (T. Supap, C. Saiwan, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  65. “Part 3: Corrosion and prevention in post-combustion CO2 capture systems, Carbon Management, 2(6), 2011, p.659-675 (C. Saiwan, T. Supap, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  66. “Physicochemical properties of {1-methyl piperazine (1)+ water (2)} system at T=(298.15 to 343.15) K and atmospheric pressure”, The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics, 43(12), 2011, p.1897-1905 (A. V. Rayer, K. Z. Sumon, A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  67. “Recent progress and new development of post-​combustion carbon-​capture technology using reactive solvents”, Carbon Management, 2(3), 2011, p.261-263 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R. Idem, D. Gelowitz, Z.H. Liang, T. Supap, C.W. Chan, T. Sanpasertparnich, C. Saiwan and H. Smithson).
  68. “1D and 2D absorption-​rate​/kinetic modeling and simulation of carbon dioxide absorption into mixed aqueous solutions of MDEA and PZ in a laminar jet apparatus”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 4(2), 2010, p.143-151 (M. Edali, Idem, A. Aboudheir).
  69. “A mathematical model for gas absorption membrane contactors that studies the effect of partially wetted membranes”, Journal of Membrane Science, 347, 2010, p.228-239 ( Khaisri, D. deMontigny, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R. Jiraratananon).
  70. “An application of Neuro-Fuzzy technology for analysis of the CO2 capture process”, Fuzzy Sets and Systems, 161, 2010, p.2597-2611 (Q. Zhou, C. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  71. “An efficient methodology of performance optimization and uncertainty analysis in CO2 EOR processes”, Petroleum Science and Technology, 30(12), 2010, p. 1195-1209 (S. Chen, H. Li, D. Yang, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  72. “Comparative mass transfer performance studies of CO2 absorption into aqueous solutions of DEAB and MEA”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 49(6), 2010, p.2857-2863 (K. Maneeintr, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A.G.H. Wee).
  73. “Ensemble-based relative permeability estimation using B-spline model”, Transport in porous media, 85, 2010, p.703-721 (H. Li, S. Chen, D. Yang and P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  74. “High pressure solubility of carbon dioxide (CO2) in aqueous piperazine solutions”, Fluid Phase Equilibria, 292(1), 2010, p. 20-28 (S. Kadiwala, A. V. Rayer, A. Henni).
  75. “Integration of post-​combustion capture and storage into a pulverized coal-​fired power plant”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 4(3), 2010, p.499-510 (T. Sanpasertparnich, R. Idem, I. Bolea, D. DeMontigny, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  76. “Volumetric properties, viscosities, and refractive indices for aqueous 1-amino-2-propanol (monoisopropanolamine (MIPA)) solutions from (298.15 to 343.15) K”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 55(12), 2010, p. 5562-5568 (A.V. Rayer, Kadiwala, K. Narayanaswamy, A. Henni).
  77. “A monitoring and diagnostic expert system for carbon dioxide capture”, Expert System with Applications, 36(2), 2009, p.1621-1631 (Q. Zhou, C. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  78. “A statistical analysis of the carbon dioxide capture process”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 3(5), 2009, p.535-544 (Q. Zhou, C. Chan, P, Tontiwachiwuthikul, R. Idem, D. Gelowitz).
  79. “Comparing membrane resistance and absorption performance of three different membranes in a gas absorption membrane contactor”, Separation and Purification Technology, 65(3), 2009, p.290-297 (S. Khaisri, D. deMontigny, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R. Jiraratananon).
  80. “Corrosion behavior of carbon steel in the monoethanolamine-​H2O-​CO2-​O2-​SO2 system: Products, reaction pathways, and kinetics”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 43(23), 2009, p.10169-10179 ( Kladkaew, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, C. Saiwan).
  81. “Entropy contributions in pK a computation: application to alkanolamines and piperazines”, Journal of Molecular Structure: THEOCHEM, 916(1), 2009, p. 1-9 (F. Khalili, A. Henni, A. L. East).
  82. “Kinetics of carbon dioxide absorption into mixed aqueous solutions of MDEA and MEA using a laminar jet apparatus and a numerically solved 2D absorption rate​/kinetics model”, International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 3(5), 2009, p.550-560 (M. Edali, A. Aboudheir, R. Idem).
  83. “Molar heat capacity of aqueous sulfolane, 4-formylmorpholine, 1-methyl-2-pyrrolidinone, and triethylene glycol dimethyl ether solutions from (303.15 to 353.15) K”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 54(10), 2009, p. 2895-2901 (M. Mundhwa, Elmahmudi, Y. Maham, A. Henni)
  84. “NMR studies of amine species in MEA-CO2-H2O System: modification of the model of vapor-liquid equilibrium (VLE)”, Eng. Chem. Res, 48, 2009, p.2717-2720 (G-J. Fan, A. G. H. Wee, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  85. “pK a values of some piperazines at (298, 303, 313, and 323) K”. Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data54(10), 2009, p. 2914-2917 (F. Khalili, A. Henni, A. L. East).
  86. “A comparison of mixed integer linear programming and genetic algorithms”, Advances in Engineering Software Journal, 39(3), 2008, p. 178-188 (H. Nguyen. C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  87. “A regression analysis study on the carbon dioxide capture process”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 47, 2008, p.4937-4943 (Q. Zhou, C. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  88. “Comparative study of Ni-​based mixed oxide catalyst for carbon dioxide reforming of methane”, Energy & Fuels, 22(6), 2008, p.3575-3582 (P. Kumar, Y. Sun, R. Idem).
  89. “Effect of internal coagulant on effectiveness of polyvinylidene fluoride membrane for carbon dioxide separation and absorption”, Journal of Membrane Science, 311(1-2), 2008, p.153-158 (A. Xu, A. Yang, S. Young, D. deMontigny, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  90. “New analytical technique for carbon dioxide absorption solvents”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 47(4), 2008, p.1268-1276 (F. Pouryousefi, R. Idem).
  91. “Physical and transport properties of aqueous amino alcohol solutions for CO2 capture from flue gas streams”, Process Safety and Environment Protection, 86(4), 2008, p.291-295 (K. Maneeintr, A. Henni, R. Idem*, P. Tontiwachwuthikul and A.G.H. Wee).
  92. “Reaction kinetics of CO2 in aqueous 1-amino-2-propanol, 3-amino-1-propanol and dimethylmonoethanolamine solutions in the temperature range of (298-313) K using the stopped-flow technique”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 47, 2008, p.2213-2220 (Li. J., A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  93. “Wettability determination of the crude oil−reservoir brine−reservoir rock system with dissolution of CO2 at high pressures and elevated temperatures”, Energy & Fuels, 22(4), 2008, p.2362-2371 (D. Yang, Y. Gu, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  94. “Wettability determination of the reservoir brine−reservoir rock system with dissolution of CO2 at high pressures and elevated temperatures”, Energy and Fuels, 22(1), 2008, p.504-509 (D. Yang, Y. Gu, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  95. “Artificial intelligence for monitoring and supervisory control of process systems”, Engineering Application of Artificial Intelligence, 20(2), 2007, p.115-131 (C.W. Chan, V. Uraikul, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  96. “Kinetics, experimental and reactor modeling studies of the carbon dioxide reforming of methane (CDRM) over a new Ni​/CeO2-​ZrO2 catalyst in a packed bed tubular reactor”, Chemical Engineering Science, 62(15), 2007, p.4012-4024 (E. Akpan, Y. Sun, P. Kumar, H. Ibrahim, A, Aboudheir, R. Idem).
  97. “Molar heat capacity of various aqueous alkanolamine solutions from 303.15 K to 353.15 K”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 52(2), 2007, p. 491-498 (M. Mundhwa, A. Henni)
  98. “Reaction kinetics of CO2 in aqueous ethyldiamine, ethylethanolamine and diethylmonoethanolamine solutions in the temperature range of (298-313) K using the stopped-flow technique”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 46, 2007, p. 4426-4434 (J. Li, A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  99. “Studies of SO2 and O2 induced degradation of aqueous MEA during CO2 capture from power plant flue gas streams”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 46(8), 2007, p.2558-2566 (I.J. Uyanga, R. Idem).
  100. “Volumetric properties, viscosities, and refractive indices for aqueous 2-(methylamino) ethanol solutions from (298.15 to 343.15) K”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data52(2), 2007, p. 560-565 (J. Li, M. Mundhwa, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Henni).
  101. “Volumetric properties, viscosities, refractive indices, and surface tensions for aqueous Genosorb 1753 solutions”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data52(3), 2007, p. 955-958 (J. Li, M. Mundhwa, A. Henni).
  102. “Analysis of monoethanolamine and its oxidative degradation products during CO2 absorption from flue gases: a comparative study of GC-​MS, HPLC-​RID, and CE-​DAD analytical techniques and possible optimum combinations”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(8), 2006, p.2437-2451 (T. Supap, Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, C. Saiwan).
  103. “Comprehensive study of the kinetics of the oxidative degradation of CO2 loaded and concentrated aqueous monoethanolamine (MEA) with and without sodium metavanadate during CO2 absorption from flue gases”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(8), 2006, p.2569-2579 (A. Bello, R. Idem).
  104. “Dynamic interfacial tension method for measuring gas diffusion coefficient and interface mass transfer coefficient in a liquid”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(14), 2006, p.4999-5008 (D. Yang, Y. Gu, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  105. “Kinetics of the absorption of CO2 into mixed aqueous loaded solutions of monoethanolamine and methyldiethanolamine”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(8), 2006, p.2608-2616 (N. Ramachandran, A. Aboudheir, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  106. “Kinetics of the oxidative degradation of CO2 loaded and concentrated aqueous MEA-​MDEA blends during CO2 absorption from flue gas streams”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(8), 2006, p.2601-2607 (A. Lawal, R. Idem).
  107. “Life-cycle analysis of CO2 EOR on EOR and geological storage through economic optimization and sensitivity analysis using the Weyburn unit as a case study”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research: “special issue on CO2 Capture”, 45(8), 2006, p.2483-2488; (J. Suebsiri, M. Wilson, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  108. “Photocatalytic process for CO2 emission reduction from industrial flue gas streams”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research: “special issue on CO2 Capture”, 45(8), 2006, p.2558-2568 (P. Usubharatana, D. McMartin, A. Veawab, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  109. “Pilot plant studies of the CO2 capture performance of aqueous MEA and Mixed MEA​/MDEA solvents at the University of Regina CO2 capture technology development plant and the boundary dam CO2 capture demonstration plant”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(8), 2006, p.2414-2420 (R. Idem, M. Wilson, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma, A. Veawab, A. Aroonwilas, D. Gelowitz).
  110. “Preface for the special issue on the capture of carbon dioxide from industrial sources: technological developments and future opportunities”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(8), 2006, p.2413 (R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  111. “Rigorous model for predicting the behavior of CO2 absorption into AMP in packed-​bed absorption columns”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 45(8), 2006, p.2553-2557 (A. Aboudheir, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R. Idem).
  112. “Solubility study of methane and ethane in promising physical solvents for natural gas sweetening operations”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 2006, 51(1), p. 64-67 (A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma)
  113. “Solubility study of methane and ethane in promising physical solvents for natural gas sweetening operations”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 51 (1), 2006, p.64-67 (A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma).
  114. “Using a packed-column model to simulate the performance of a membrane absorber”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research: “special issue on CO2 Capture”, 45(8), 2006, p.2580-2585 (D. deMontigny, A. Aboudheir, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma).
  115. “Volumetric properties, viscosities, and refractive indices for aqueous 2-((2-Aminoethyl) amino) ethanol solutions from (298.15 to 343.15) K”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 2006, 51(4), p. 1268-1273 (M. Mundhwa,R. Alam, A. Henni).
  116. “Comparing the absorption performance of packed columns and membrane contactors”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44(15), 2005, p.5726-5732 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, D. deMontigny).
  117. “Densities, viscosities, and derived functions of binary mixtures: (triethylene glycol dimethyl ether + water) and (n-acetylmorpholine + water) from 298.15 K to 343.15 K”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 50(3), 2005, p.1038-1042 (A. Henni, A. Naami, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  118. “Effects of operating variables on the product distribution and reaction pathways in the oxidative degradation of CO2-​loaded aqueous MEA-​MDEA blends during CO2 absorption from flue gas streams”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44(4), 2005, p.986-1003 (A. Lawl, R. Idem).
  119. “Interfacial interactions between reservoir brine and CO2 at high pressures and elevated temperatures”, Energy and Fuels, 19, 2005, p.216-223 (D. Yang, Y. Gu, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  120. “Interfacial tensions of the crude oil + reservoir brine + CO2 systems at pressures up to 31 MPa and temperatures of 27°C and 58°C”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 50(4), 2005, p.1242-1249 (D. Yang, Y. Gu, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  121. “Pathways for the formation of products of the oxidative degradation of CO2-​loaded concentrated aqueous monoethanolamine solutions during CO2 absorption from flue gases”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 44(4), 2005, p.945-969 (A.Bello, R. Idem).
  122. “Solubility of CO2 in fourteen polar solvents at temperatures from 25°C to 60°C”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 83(2), 2005, p.358-362 (A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma).
  123. “A computer-aided simulation model for natural gas pipeline network system operations”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 43, 2004, p.990-1002 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, P. Nimmanonda).
  124. “A mixed-integer optimization model for compressor selection in natural gas pipeline network operations”, Journal of Environmental Informatics, 3, 2004, p.33-41 (V. Uraikul, C.W. Chan., P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  125. “A novel design for the nozzle of the laminar jet absorber”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research Journal, 23, 2004, p.2568-2574 (A. Aboudheir, A. Chakma, R. Idem, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  126. “CO2-​miscible flooding for three saskatchewan crude oils: interrelationships between asphaltene precipitation inhibitor effectiveness, asphaltenes characteristics, and precipitation behavior”, Energy & Fuels, 18(3), 2004, p.743-754 (H.H. Ibrahim, R. Idem).
  127. “Densities, viscosities, and derived functions of binary mixtures: (tetraethylene glycol dimethyl ether + water) from 298.15 K to 343.15 K”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 49(6), 2004, p.1778-1781 (A. Henni, A. Chakma, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  128. “Test results from CO2 extraction pilot plant at boundary dam coal-fired power station”, Energy-An International Journal, 29, 2004, p.1259-1267 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, M. Wilson).
  129. “Volumetric properties and viscosities for aqueous N-methyl-2-pyrrolidone solutions from 25°C to 70°C”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 49, 2004, p.231-234 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Henni, J. Hromek, A. Chakma)
  130. “Volumetric properties and viscosities for aqueous NFM solutions from 25 °C to 70°C”, Journal of Chemical & Engineering Data, 49(6), 2004, p. 1724-1726 ( A. Henni, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma)
  131. “Kinetics of the reactive absorption of carbon dioxide in high CO2-​loaded, concentrated aqueous monoethanolamine solutions”, Chemical Engineering Science, 58(23-24), 2003, p.5195-5210 (A. Aboudheir, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma, R. Idem).
  132. “Mathematical modeling of mass-transfer and hydrodynamics in CO2 absorbers packed with structured packings”, Chemical Engineering Science, 2003 (A. Aroonwilas, A. Chakma, A. Veawab, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  133. “On the numerical modeling of gas absorption into reactive liquids in a laminar jet absorber”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 81(6), 2003, p.1255 (A. Aboudheir, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma, R. Idem).
  134. “On the numerical modeling of gas absorption into reactive liquids in a laminar jet absorber”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 81(3-4), 2003, p.604-612 (A. Aboudheir, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma and R. Idem).
  135. “Volumetric properties and viscosities for aqueous AMP solutions from 25°C to 70°C”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 48, 2003, p.551-556 (A. Henni, J. Hromek, A. Chakma, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  136. “Volumetric properties and viscosities for Aqueous Di-isopropanolamine solutions from 25°C to 70°C”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 48, 2003, p. 1062-1067 (A. Henni, J. Hromek, A. Chakma, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  137. “Kinetics of CO2-​induced asphaltene precipitation from various Saskatchewan crude oils during CO2 miscible flooding”, Journal of Petroleum Science & Engineering, 35(3-4), 2002, p.233-246 (R. Idem, H.H. Ibrahim).
  138. “Investigation of low-toxic organic corrosion inhibitors for CO2 separation process using aqueous MEA solvent”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 40, 2001, p.4771-4777 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul and A. Veawab)
  139. “Kinetics of the Oxidative degradation of aqueous monoethanolamine in a flue gas treating unit”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 40(16), 2001, p.3445-3450 (T. Supap, R. Idem, A. Veawab, A. Aroonwilas, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma, B.D. Kybett).
  140. “Parametric studies of carbon dioxide absorption into highly concentrated monoethanolamine solutions”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 79, 2001, p.137-142 (D. deMontigny, A. Chakma, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  141. “An integrated expert system operations research approach for automation of natural gas pipeline operations”, Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, 13, 2000, p.465-475 (C.K. Sun, V. Uraikul, C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  142. “Densities and viscosities of binary mixtures of N-methyldiethanolamine + triethylene glycol monomethyl ether from 25°C – 75°C and N-methyldiethanolamine + ethanol mixtures at 40°C”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 45, 2000, p.247-253 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Henni).
  143. “Development of an expert system for optimizing natural gas operations”, Expert Systems with Applications, 18 (4), 2000, p.271-282 (V. Uraikul, C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  144. “Knowledge engineering of a monitoring and control decision support system”, Journal of Software Engineering and Knowledge Engineering, 10(3), 2000, p. 301-318 (C.W. Chan, W. Kritpiphat, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  145. “Mechanistic model for prediction of structured packing mass transfer performance in CO2 absorption with chemical reactions”, Chemical Engineering Science, 55, 2000, p.3651-3663 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Aroonwilas).
  146. “A toolset for construction of hybrid intelligent forecasting systems: application for water pipeline demand prediction”, Artificial Intelligence in Engineering, 13, 1999, p.21-42 (N. Lertpalangsunti, C.W. Chan, R. Mason, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  147. “An intelligent diagnostic system for solar heating buildings”, Expert Systems with Applications: An International Journal (Pergamon), 16, 1999, p.157-171 (L. Sun, C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  148. “Behavior of mass transfer coefficient in high efficiency structured packing columns for CO2 separation processes”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 38, 1999, p.2044-2050 (A. Aroonwilas, A. Veawab, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  149. “Clean technology using cogeneration for simultaneous production of electricity, steam and industrial gases”, Energy Sources, 21(1), 1999, p.39-50 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, D. deMontigy).
  150. “Corrosion of carbon steel in the CO2 absorption process using aqueous amine solutions”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 38, 1999, p.3917-3924 (A. Veawab, A. Chakma, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  151. “Densities and viscosities of triethylene glycol monomethyl ether + water solutions in the temperature interval 25°C – 80°C”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 44(1), 1999, p.101-107 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Henni)
  152. “Environmental risk assessment for underground storage tanks through an interval parameter fuzzy relation analysis”, Energy Sources, 21(1), 1999 p. 75-96 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, G. Huang).
  153. “High efficiency packed columns for gas processing”, Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, 38(11), 1999 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Aroonwilas).
  154. “Influence of process parameters on corrosion behavior in sterically-hindered amine-CO2 system”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 38(1), 1999, p.310-315 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Veaweb).
  155. “Mass transfer parameter estimations using optimization techniques: case studies in CO2 separation processes”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 1999, p.69-73. (J. Ji, W. Kritpiphat, A. Aboudheir, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  156. “Large-scale CO2 production from coal-fired power stations for enhanced oil recovery: a new feasibility study”, Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, 37(11), 1998, p.48-55 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, C.W. Chan).
  157. “Mass transfer coefficients and correlation for CO2 absorption into 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP) using structured packing”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 37, 1998, p.569-575 (A. Aroonwilas, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  158. “Pipeline network modeling and simulation for intelligent monitoring and control”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 37, 1998, p.1033-1044 (W. Kritpiphat, C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  159. “High efficiency structured packing for CO2 separation using 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP) solutions”, Separation and Purification Technology, 12, 1997, p.67-79 (A. Aroonwilas, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  160. “Mass transfer studies of high performance structured packing for CO2 separation processes”, Energy Conversion and Management: An International Journal (Pergamon), 38, 1997 p.S75-S80 (A. Aroonwilas, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  161. “R&D on high efficiency carbon dioxide production for enhanced oil recovery applications”, Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, 36(2), 1997 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Chakma).
  162. “Simultaneous production of steam, carbon dioxide and electricity for EOR applications”, Energy Conversion and Management: An International Journal, 38, 1997, p.S223-S228 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, D. deMontigy).
  163. “Studies of corrosion and corrosion control in CO2-2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP) environment”, Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 36, 1997, p.264-269 (A. Veawab, S.D. Bhole, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  164. “A decision support system for solvent selection of CO2 separation processes”, Energy Conversion and Management: An International Journal (Pergamon), 37(6-8), 1996, p.941-946 (C. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  165. “Carbon dioxide production from co-generation for enhanced oil recovery: an economic evaluation”, Journal of Canadian Petroleum Technology, 35(6), 1996, p. 27-33 (D. Gelowitz, W. Kritpiphat, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  166. “Corrosivity in 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP) – CO2 system”, Chemical Engineering Communications, 144, 1996, p.65-71 (A. Veawab, S.D. Bhole, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  167. “New feasibility study of carbon dioxide production from coal-fired power plants for enhanced oil recovery: A Canadian perspective”, Energy Conversion and Management, 37(6-8), 1996, p.1129-1134 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, C.W. Chan).
  168. “New modified Kent-Eisenberg model for predicting carbon dioxide solubility in aqueous 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol (AMP) solutions”, Chemical Engineering Communications, 144, 1996, p.77-83 ( Kritpiphat, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  169. “Production of carbon dioxide and electricity from coal-fired power plants for enhanced oil recovery applications”, Energy: An International Journal (Pergamon), 21(10), 1996, p.857-869 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, C.W. Chan)
  170. “Research and development activities on high efficiency separation process technologies for carbon dioxide removal from industrial sources at University of Regina, Canada”, Energy Conversion and Management: An International Journal (Pergamon), 37(6-8), 1996, p.935-940 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  171. “Solubility of N2O and CO2 in N‐dodecane”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering74(4), 1996, p. 554-557 (A. Henni, S. Jaffer, A. E. Mather)
  172. “Expert system for solvent selection of CO2 separation processes”, Expert Systems with Applications: An International Journal (Pergamon), 8(1), 1995, p.33-46 (C.W. Chan, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  173. “Cogeneration concepts for CO2 separation from power plants for enhanced oil recovery”, Energy Conversion and Management (Pergamon): An International Journal – Special Issue on Carbon Dioxide Removal, 36(6-9), 1995, p.563-566 (D. Gelowitz, Kritpiphat, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  174. “Knowledge engineering for a process design domain”, International Journal of Expert Systems: Research and Applications, 8(1), p.47-76, 1995 (C.W. Chan, N. Cercone, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
  175. “Solubility of carbon dioxide in aqueous and anhydrous mixtures of methyldiethanolamine and triethylene glycol monomethyl ether”, Chemical Engineering Communications, 138(1), 1995, p. 183-192 (A. Henni, A. E. Mather)
  176. “Solubility of carbon dioxide in methyldiethanolamine + methanol + water”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 40(2),1995, p. 493-495 (A.Henni, A. E. Mather)
  177. “The solubility of CO2 in triethylene glycol monomethyl ether”, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 73(1), 1995, p. 156-158 (A. Henni, A. E. Mather)
  178. “Simulation of pilot plant and industrial CO2 – MEA absorbers”, Gas Separation and Purification, 7(1), 1993, p.47-52 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, T. Pintola, A. Meisen).
  179. “CO2 absorption by NaOH, MEA and AMP solutions in a packed column”, Chemical Engineering Science, 47(2), 1992, p.381-390 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Meisen, C.J. Lim).
  180. “Solubility of CO2 in 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol solutions”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data, 36(1), 1991, p.130-133 (P. Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Meisen, C.J. Lim).
  181. “Novel pilot plant technique for sizing gas absorbers with chemical reactions”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 67(4), 1989, p.602-607 (P.Tontiwachwuthikul, A. Meisen, C.J. Lim).

CO2 Utilization and Production of Hydrogen & Syngas

  1. “Kinetic study of hydrogen production by the high temperature water gas shift reaction of reformate gas in conventional and membrane packed bed reactors over Ca-promoted CeO2-ZrO2 supported Ni-Cu catalyst”, Ind Eng. Chem. Res., 54, 2015, p. 612-622 (I. J. Oluku, H. Ibrahim, Idem*).
  2. “Evaluating the performance of non-precious metal based catalysts for sulfur-tolerance during the dry reforming of biogas”, Fuel, 120, 2014, p.202-217 (B. Saha, A. Khan, H. Ibrahim, Idem*).
  3. “Evaluation of the catalytic activity of various 5Ni/Ce5Zr0.33M0.17O2-δ catalysts for hydrogen production by the steam reforming of a mixture of oxygenated hydrocarbons”, Energy Fuel, 26(2), 2012, p. 816–828 (P. Sengupta, A. Khan, M. A. Zahid, H. Ibrahim, R. Idem*).
  4. “Catalytic activity of various 5%Ni/Ce5Zr0.33M0.17O2-δ catalysts for the CO2 reforming of CH4 in the presence and absence of steam”, Energy & Fuels, 26 (1), 2012, p.365–379 (A. Khan, T. Sukonket, B. Saha, R. Idem*).
  5. “Influence of the catalyst preparation method, surfactant amount, and steam on CO2 reforming of CH4 over 5Ni​/Ce0.6Zr4O2 catalysts”, Energy& Fuels, 25(3), 2011, p.864-877 (T. Sukonket, A. Khan, B. Saha, H. Ibrahim, S. Tantayanon, P. Kumar, R. Idem).
  6. “Kinetic study of the catalytic partial oxidation of synthetic diesel over 5 wt % Ni​/Ce0.5Zr33Ca0.085Y0.085O2-​δ catalyst for hydrogen production”, Energy & Fuels, 26(9), 2012, p.5421-5429 (Md. F. A. Khan, A. Khan, H. Ibrahim, R. Idem).
  7. “Single and mixed oxide-​supported nickel catalysts for the catalytic partial oxidation reforming of gasoline”, Energy & Fuels, 22(2), 2008, p.878-891 (H. Ibrahim, R. Idem).
  8. “Kinetics and Reactor Modeling of a High Temperature Water-​Gas Shift Reaction (WGSR) for Hydrogen Production in a packed bed tubular reactor (PBTR)”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 47(12), 2008, p.4086-4097 (P. Kumar, E. Akpan, H. Ibrahim, A. Aboudheir, R. Idem).
  9. “A comparative study of copper-​promoted water-​gas-​shift (WGS) catalysts”, Energy & Fuels, 21(2), 2007, p.522-529 (P. Kumar, R. Idem).
  10. “Comparative study of Ni-​based mixed oxide catalyst for carbon dioxide reforming of methane”, Energy & Fuels, 22(6), 2008, p.3575-3582 (P. Kumar, Y. Sun, R. Idem).
  11. “Experimental, kinetic and 2-​D reactor modeling for simulation of the production of hydrogen by the catalytic reforming of concentrated crude ethanol (CRCCE) over a Ni-​based commercial catalyst in a packed-​bed tubular reactor”, Chemical Engineering Science, 62(12), 2007, p.3112-3126 (E. Akpan, A. Akande, A. Aboudheir, H. Ibrahim, R. Idem).
  12. “Nickel-​based ceria, zirconia, and ceria-​zirconia catalytic systems for low-​temperature carbon dioxide reforming of methane”, Energy & Fuels, 21(6), 2007, p.3113-3123 (P. Kumar, Yanping, S, R. Idem).
  13. “Kinetic studies of the partial oxidation of gasoline (POXG) over a Ni-​CeO2 catalyst in a fixed-​bed flow reactor”, Chemical Engineering Science, 62(23), 2007, p.6582-6594 (H.H. Ibrahim, R. Idem).
  14. “Reforming of isooctane over Ni-​Al2O3 catalysts for hydrogen production: effects of catalyst preparation method and nickel loading”, Energy & Fuels, 21(2), 2007, p.570-580 (H.H. Ibrahim, P. Kumar, R. Idem).
  15. “Experimental studies and comprehensive reactor modeling of hydrogen production by the catalytic reforming of crude ethanol in a packed bed tubular reactor over a Ni​/Al2O3 catalyst”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 31(6), 2006, p.752-761 (A. Aboudheir, A. Akande, R. Idem, A. Dalai).
  16. “Kinetic modeling of hydrogen production by the catalytic reforming of crude ethanol over a co-​precipitated Ni-​Al2O3 catalyst in a packed bed tubular reactor”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 31(12), 2006, p.1707-1715 (A. Akande, A. Aboudheir, R. Idem, A. Dalai).
  17. “Kinetic studies of the partial oxidation of isooctane for hydrogen production over a nickel-​alumina catalyst”, Chemical Engineering Science, 61(17), 2006, p.5912-5918 (H.H. Ibrahim, R. Idem).
  18. “Synthesis, characterization and performance evaluation of Ni​/Al2O3 catalysts for reforming of crude ethanol for hydrogen production”, Applied Catalysis, A: General, 287(2), 2005, p.159-175 (A. Akande, R. Idem, A.K. Dalai).
  19. “Performance evaluation of sulfated-​TiO2 as a modifier to Co-​Ni-​ZrO2 catalyst in a dual-​bed reactor for the selective production of C4 hydrocarbons from syngas”, Energy & Fuels, 16(1), 2002, p.87-95 (A.K. Dalai, R. Sethuraman, N.N. Bakhshi R. Idem, S.P.R. Katikaneni).
  20. “An overview of asphaltene phase behavior”, Reviews in Process Chemistry and Engineering, 3, 2000, p.265-295 (H. Ibrahim, M. Islam)
  21. “Production of C4 hydrocarbons from modified Fischer-​Tropsch synthesis over Co-​Ni-​ZrO2​/Sulfated-​ZrO2 hybrid catalysts”, Energy & Fuels, 14(5), 2000, p.1072-1082 (R. Idem, S.P.R. Katikaneni, R. Sethuraman, N.N. Bakhshi).
  22. “Performance studies of various cracking catalysts in the conversion of canola oil to fuels and chemicals in a fluidized-​bed reactor”, Journal of the American Oil Chemists’ Society, 75(3), 1998, p.381-391, (S.P.R. Katikaneni, J.D. Adjaye, R. Idem, N.N. Bakhshi).
  23. “Characterization studies of calcined, promoted and non-​promoted methanol-​steam reforming catalysts”, Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, 74(2), 1996, p.288-300, (R. Idem, N.N. Bakhshi).
  24. “Kinetic modeling of the production of hydrogen from the methanol-​steam reforming process over Mn-​promoted coprecipitated Cu-​Al catalyst”, Chemical Engineering Science, 51(14), 1996, p.3697-3708, (R. Idem, N.N. Bakhshi).
  25. “Production of hydrogen from methanol over promoted coprecipitated Cu-​Al catalysts: the effects of various promoters and catalyst activation methods”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 34(5), 1995, p.1548-1557 (R. Idem, N.N. Bakhshi).
  26. “Production of hydrogen from methanol. Part 2. experimental studies”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 33(9), 1994, p.2056-65 (R. Idem, N.N. Bakhshi).
  27. “Production of hydrogen from methanol. Part 1. catalyst characterization studies”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 33(9), 1994, p.2047-55 (R. Idem, N.N. Bakhshi).

Biomass, Biofuels and Bioenergy

  1. “Catalytic subcritical water gasification of flax straw for high yield of furfural”, Biomass & Bioenergy, 71, 2014, 381-393 (I. Harry, H. Ibrahim, R. Thring, Idem*).
  2. “Production, characterization and reactivity studies of chars produced by the isothermal pyrolysis of flax straw”, Biomass and Bioenergy, 37, 2012, p.97-105 (M.S.H.K. Tushar, N. Mahinpey, A. Khan, H. Ibrahim, P. Kumar, R. Idem).
  3. “Catalytic conversion of canola oil to fuels and chemicals: roles of catalyst acidity, basicity and shape selectivity on product distribution”, Fuel Processing Technology, 51(1-2), 1997, p.101-125, (R. Idem, S.P.R. Katikaneni, N.N. Bakhshi).
  4. “Catalytic conversion of canola oil over potassium-​impregnated HZSM-​5 catalysts: C2-​C4 olefin production and model reaction studies”, Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research, 35(10), 1996, p.3332-3346 (S.P.R. Katianeni, J.D. Adjaye, R. Idem, N.N. Bakhshi).
  5. “Thermal cracking of canola oil: reaction products in the presence and absence of steam”, Energy & Fuels, 10(6), 1996, p.1150-1162 (R. Idem, S.P.R. Katikaneni, N.N. Bakhshi).

Oil and Gas

  1. “Capillarity and drainage height effects on the diffusion/dispersion coefficient in the VAPEX Process”, Energy Sources, Part A: Recovery, Utilization, and Environmental Effects, 36(3), 2014, p. 323-335 (F. Ahmadloo, K. Asghari, A. Henni, N. Freitag).
  2. “The interplay of permeability, drainage height, capillarity, and solvent type on diffusion and convective dispersion in the vapex process: A Critical Review”, Petroleum Science and Technology, 32(3), 2014, p.345-353 (F. Ahmadloo, K. Asghari, A. Henni).
  3. “The genetic algorithm based back propagation neural network for MMP prediction in CO2-​EOR process”, Fuel, 126, 2014, p.202-212 (G. Chen, K. Fu, Z. Liang, T. Sema, C.Li, P. Tontiwachwuthikul, R. Idem).
  4. “Experimental and theoretical determination of equilibrium interfacial tension for the solvent (s)-CO2-heavy oil systems”, Energy & Fuels, 26, 2012, p.1776-1786 (HZ. Li, DY. Yang, P. Tontiwachwuthikul).
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