Peter J Ashman
Peter J Ashman
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Disruption of microalgal cells for the extraction of lipids for biofuels: Processes and specific energy requirements
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Biomass and bioenergy 46, 89-101, 2012
3262012
Microbial flocculation, a potentially low-cost harvesting technique for marine microalgae for the production of biodiesel
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Journal of Applied Phycology 21 (5), 559-567, 2009
3082009
Graphene-based nitrogen-doped carbon sandwich nanosheets: a new capacitive process controlled anode material for high-performance sodium-ion batteries
D Li, L Zhang, H Chen, J Wang, LX Ding, S Wang, PJ Ashman, H Wang
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 4 (22), 8630-8635, 2016
1242016
Harvesting of marine microalgae by electroflocculation: The energetics, plant design, and economics
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Applied Energy 108, 45-53, 2013
1152013
Harvesting, thickening and dewatering microalgae biomass
SL Pahl, AK Lee, T Kalaitzidis, PJ Ashman, S Sathe, DM Lewis
Algae for biofuels and energy, 165-185, 2013
1102013
Harvesting, Thickening and Dewatering Microalgae Biomass
SL Pahl, AK Lee, T Kalaitzidis, PJ Ashman, S Sathe, DM Lewis
Algae for Biofuels and Energy, 165-185, 2013
1102013
Effect of operating conditions on yield and quality of biocrude during hydrothermal liquefaction of halophytic microalga Tetraselmis sp.
BE Eboibi, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman, S Chinnasamy
Bioresource technology 170, 20-29, 2014
962014
The release of water-bound and organic sodium from Loy Yang coal during the combustion of single particles in a flat flame
PJ Van Eyk, PJ Ashman, ZT Alwahabi, GJ Nathan
Combustion and Flame 158 (6), 1181-1192, 2011
852011
Mechanism and kinetics of sodium release from brown coal char particles during combustion
PJ Van Eyk, PJ Ashman, GJ Nathan
Combustion and Flame 158 (12), 2512-2523, 2011
762011
Energy requirements and economic analysis of a full-scale microbial flocculation system for microalgal harvesting
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 88 (8), 988-996, 2010
742010
On the burning of sawdust in a MILD combustion furnace
BB Dally, SH Shim, RA Craig, PJ Ashman, GG Szegö
Energy & Fuels 24 (6), 3462-3470, 2010
732010
Force and energy requirement for microalgal cell disruption: an atomic force microscope evaluation
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Bioresource technology 128, 199-206, 2013
662013
Hydrothermal liquefaction of microalgae for biocrude production: Improving the biocrude properties with vacuum distillation
BEO Eboibi, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman, S Chinnasamy
Bioresource technology 174, 212-221, 2014
642014
Economic evaluation of a novel fuel-saver hybrid combining a solar receiver with a combustor for a solar power tower
GJ Nathan, DL Battye, PJ Ashman
Applied Energy 113, 1235-1243, 2014
642014
Axial gas profiles in a bubbling fluidised bed biomass gasifier
D Ross, R Noda, M Horio, A Kosminski, P Ashman, P Mullinger
Fuel 86 (10-11), 1417-1429, 2007
602007
Quantitative measurement of atomic sodium in the plume of a single burning coal particle
PJ Van Eyk, PJ Ashman, ZT Alwahabi, GJ Nathan
Combustion and Flame 155 (3), 529-537, 2008
582008
Solar thermal hybrids for combustion power plant: A growing opportunity
GJ Nathan, M Jafarian, BB Dally, WL Saw, PJ Ashman, E Hu, A Steinfeld
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 64, 4-28, 2018
542018
The fate of char-nitrogen in low-temperature oxidation
PJ Ashman, BS Haynes, AN Buckley, PF Nelson
Symposium (International) on Combustion 27 (2), 3069-3075, 1998
511998
Simultaneous measurements of the release of atomic sodium, particle diameter and particle temperature for a single burning coal particle
PJ van Eyk, PJ Ashman, ZT Alwahabi, GJ Nathan
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 32 (2), 2099-2106, 2009
502009
Rate coefficient of H+ O< sub> 2</sub>+ M→ HO< sub> 2</sub>+ M (M= H< sub> 2</sub> O, N< sub> 2</sub>, Ar, CO< sub> 2</sub>)
PJ Ashman, BS Haynes
Symposium (International) on Combustion 27 (1), 185-191, 1998
50*1998
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