Bipro Ranjan Dhar
Bipro Ranjan Dhar
Associate Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta
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Techno-economic evaluation of ultrasound and thermal pretreatments for enhanced anaerobic digestion of municipal waste activated sludge
BR Dhar, G Nakhla, MB Ray
Waste management 32 (3), 542-549, 2012
Single and combined effect of various pretreatment methods for biohydrogen production from food waste
E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, BR Dhar, G Nakhla
International journal of hydrogen energy 36 (17), 11379-11387, 2011
A critical review on inhibition of dark biohydrogen fermentation
E Elbeshbishy, BR Dhar, G Nakhla, HS Lee
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 79, 656-668, 2017
Advances towards understanding and engineering direct interspecies electron transfer in anaerobic digestion
S Barua, BR Dhar
Bioresource technology 244, 698-707, 2017
Hydrogen production from sugar beet juice using an integrated biohydrogen process of dark fermentation and microbial electrolysis cell
BR Dhar, E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, HS Lee
Bioresource technology 198, 223-230, 2015
Excess methanol recovery in biodiesel production process using a distillation column: a simulation study
BR Dhar, K Kirtania
Chemical Engineering Research Bulletin 13 (2), 55-60, 2009
Pretreatment of municipal waste activated sludge for volatile sulfur compounds control in anaerobic digestion
BR Dhar, E Youssef, G Nakhla, MB Ray
Bioresource technology 102 (4), 3776-3782, 2011
A review of microbial desalination cell technology: configurations, optimization and applications
A Al-Mamun, W Ahmad, MS Baawain, M Khadem, BR Dhar
Journal of Cleaner Production 183, 458-480, 2018
Separation of competitive microorganisms using anaerobic membrane bioreactors as pretreatment to microbial electrochemical cells
BR Dhar, Y Gao, H Yeo, HS Lee
Bioresource technology 148, 208-214, 2013
Membranes for bioelectrochemical systems: challenges and research advances
BR Dhar, HS Lee
Environmental technology 34 (13-14), 1751-1764, 2013
The roles of biofilm conductivity and donor substrate kinetics in a mixed-culture biofilm anode
HS Lee, BR Dhar, J An, BE Rittmann, H Ryu, JW Santo Domingo, H Ren, ...
Environmental science & technology 50 (23), 12799-12807, 2016
Influence of iron on sulfide inhibition in dark biohydrogen fermentation
BR Dhar, E Elbeshbishy, G Nakhla
Bioresource technology 126, 123-130, 2012
Thermo-oxidative pretreatment of municipal waste activated sludge for volatile sulfur compounds removal and enhanced anaerobic digestion
BR Dhar, E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, G Nakhla, MB Ray
Chemical engineering journal 174 (1), 166-174, 2011
Microbial activity influences electrical conductivity of biofilm anode
BR Dhar, J Sim, H Ryu, H Ren, JW Santo Domingo, J Chae, HS Lee
Water research 127, 230-238, 2017
Ammonium nitrogen removal from the permeates of anaerobic membrane bioreactors: economic regeneration of exhausted zeolite
Q Deng, BR Dhar, E Elbeshbishy, HS Lee
Environmental technology 35 (16), 2008-2017, 2014
Enhanced methanogenic co-degradation of propionate and butyrate by anaerobic microbiome enriched on conductive carbon fibers
S Barua, BS Zakaria, BR Dhar
Bioresource technology 266, 259-266, 2018
Improved recovery of bioenergy and osmotic water in an osmotic microbial fuel cell using micro-diffuser assisted marine aerobic biofilm on cathode
A Al-Mamun, MS Baawain, BR Dhar, IS Kim
Biochemical Engineering Journal 128, 235-242, 2017
Evaluation of limiting factors for current density in microbial electrochemical cells (MXCs) treating domestic wastewater
BR Dhar, HS Lee
Biotechnology Reports 4, 80-85, 2014
High Biofilm Conductivity Maintained Despite Anode Potential Changes in a Geobacter‐Enriched Biofilm
BR Dhar, H Ryu, H Ren, JWS Domingo, J Chae, HS Lee
ChemSusChem 9 (24), 3485-3491, 2016
Ohmic resistance affects microbial community and electrochemical kinetics in a multi-anode microbial electrochemical cell
BR Dhar, H Ryu, JW Santo Domingo, HS Lee
Journal of Power Sources 331, 315-321, 2016
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