Cinque Terre

Talib M Albayati

Chemical Engineering Department

Professor Dr.

عنوان البريد الإلكتروني هذا محمي من روبوتات السبام. يجب عليك تفعيل الجافاسكربت لرؤيته.

1995 Chemical Engineering B.Sc. University of Technology Design Factory for Hydrogen Peroxide Production

2001 Chemical Engineering M.Sc. University of Technology Anodizing of Aluminum-Magnesium Alloy 5052.

2009 Chemical Engineering PH.D University of Technology Enhancement of Reverse Osmosis Membranes Performance with Air Sparging Technique.

Electrochemical coating process. Membrane separations; water and wastewater treatment. Nanoporous Application as a catalyst in Petroleum refinery process: , (Isomerization). ,Desulfurization. ,Biodiesel production. Nanoporous Application as adsorbents for purification of water and waste water treatments. Nanoporous Application as adsorbents for Drug Delivery System

 

1-Adsorption of Methyl Green dye onto MCM-41: equilibrium, kinetics and thermodynamic studies

2- Employing sodium hydroxide in desulfurization of the actual heavy crude oil: Theoretical optimization and experimental evaluation

3- Adsorption of the methyl green dye pollutant from aqueous solution using mesoporous materials MCM-41 in a ?xed-bed column

4- High performance of magnetic mesoporous modi?cation for loading and release of meloxicam in drug delivery implementation

5-Functionalized SBA-15 by amine group for removal of Ni(II) heavy metal ion in the batch adsorption system

6- Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons adsorption from wastewater using different types of prepared mesoporous materials MCM-41in batch and ?xed bed column

7-Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons adsorption from wastewater using different types of prepared mesoporous materials MCM-41in batch and ?xed bed column

8- Synthesis and characterization of mesoporous materials as a carrier and release of prednisolone in drug delivery system

9-Adsorption of binary and multi heavy metals ions from aqueous solution by amine functionalized SBA-15 mesoporous adsorbent in a batch system

10- Application of nanoporous material MCM-41 in a membrane adsorption reactor (MAR) as a hybrid process for removal of methyl orange

11- Biodiesel from batch and continuous oleic acid esteri?cation using zeolite catalysts

12- High purity FAU-type zeolite catalysts from shale rock for biodiesel production

13-High performance methyl orange capture on magnetic nanoporous MCM-41 prepared by incipient wetness impregnation method

14- Biodiesel production by esteri?cation of oleic acid over zeolite Y prepared from kaolin

15- Ghanim M. Alwan, Zaidoon M. Shakoor, Muttha.S.Murttha, “Optimal Control of PH for a Wastewater Treatment Unit Using LABVIEW Technique” Student Poster session, AIChE, 2011.

16- Synthesis of ordered mesoporous SBA-15 and its adsorption of methylene blue

17-Erratum to: Encapsulated heterogeneous base catalysts onto SBA-15 nanoporous material as highly active catalysts in the transesteri?cation of sun?ower oil to biodiesel

18- Encapsulated heterogeneous base catalysts onto SBA-15 nanoporous material as highly active catalysts in the transesterification of sunflower oil to biodiesel

19- Removal of Aniline and Nitro-Substituted Aniline from Wastewater by Particulate Nanoporous MCM-48

20- Heterogeneous Alkane Reactions over Nanoporous Catalysts

21- SBA-15 Supported Bimetallic Catalysts for Enhancement Isomers Production During n-Heptane Decomposition

PURIFICATION OF ANILINE AND NITRO- SUBSTITUTED ANILINE CONTAMINANTS FROM AQUEOUS SOLUTION USING BETA ZEOLITE

Shape-Selective Adsorption of Substituted Aniline Pollutants from Wastewater

A STUDY OF THE EFFECT OF OPERATING CONDITIONS ON REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE PERFORMANCE WITH AND WITHOUT AIR SPARGING TECHNIQUE

Nanotechnology/Gas Technology/Interfacial phenomena/Renewable Energy/ Materials Engineering/ Petroleum Refinery Process.

1. Top Reviewer Award 2015, Recognition for acting as a reviewer for 10 or more papers for Renewable Energy in 2015. The Editors of RENEWABLE ENERGY. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

2. Certificate of Reviewing, awarded August, 2015, The Editors of JOURNAL OF CONTAMINANT HYDROLOGY. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

3. Certificate of Reviewing, awarded May, 2015, The Editors of RENEWABLE ENERGY. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

4. Certificate of Reviewing, awarded August, 2016, The Editors of JOURNAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS. Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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