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Adam Harvey
Adam Harvey
Head of Process Intensification Group (PIG), Newcastle University UK
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Evaluation of the activity and stability of alkali-doped metal oxide catalysts for application to an intensified method of biodiesel production
CS MacLeod, AP Harvey, AF Lee, K Wilson
Chemical engineering journal 135 (1-2), 63-70, 2008
3262008
Process intensification of biodiesel production using a continuous oscillatory flow reactor
AP Harvey, MR Mackley, T Seliger
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology: International Research in …, 2003
2762003
Process Intensification: Engineering for efficiency, sustainability and flexibility
D Reay, C Ramshaw, A Harvey
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2013
2292013
Process intensification: Engineering for efficiency, sustainability and flexibility
D Reay, C Ramshaw, A Harvey
Butterworth-Heinemann, 2011
2022011
Opportunities for low-grade heat recovery in the UK food processing industry
R Law, A Harvey, D Reay
Applied thermal engineering 53 (2), 188-196, 2013
1882013
Mixing through oscillations and pulsations—a guide to achieving process enhancements in the chemical and process industries
X Ni, MR Mackley, AP Harvey, P Stonestreet, MHI Baird, NVR Rao
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 81 (3), 373-383, 2003
1862003
Alkaline in situ transesterification of Chlorella vulgaris
SB Velasquez-Orta, JGM Lee, A Harvey
Fuel 94, 544-550, 2012
1702012
Assessing the potential of algal biomass opportunities for bioenergy industry: a review
K Ullah, M Ahmad, VK Sharma, P Lu, A Harvey, M Zafar, S Sultana
Fuel 143, 414-423, 2015
1602015
Biodiesel production from indigenous microalgae grown in wastewater
O Komolafe, SBV Orta, I Monje-Ramirez, IY Noguez, AP Harvey, ...
Bioresource technology 154, 297-304, 2014
1552014
Operation and optimization of an oscillatory flow continuous reactor
AP Harvey, MR Mackley, P Stonestreet
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 40 (23), 5371-5377, 2001
1422001
A mixing-based design methodology for continuous oscillatory flow reactors
P Stonestreet, AP Harvey
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 80 (1), 31-44, 2002
1272002
Algal biomass as a global source of transport fuels: Overview and development perspectives
K Ullah, M Ahmad, VK Sharma, P Lu, A Harvey, M Zafar, S Sultana, ...
Progress in Natural Science: Materials International 24 (4), 329-339, 2014
1232014
Experimental analysis of local flame extinction in a turbulent jet diffusion flame by high repetition 2-D laser techniques and multi-scalar measurements
J Hult, U Meier, W Meier, A Harvey, CF Kaminski
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute 30 (1), 701-709, 2005
1162005
A sustainable integrated in situ transesterification of microalgae for biodiesel production and associated co-product-a review
KA Salam, SB Velasquez-Orta, AP Harvey
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 65, 1179-1198, 2016
1132016
Influence of various parameters on reactive extraction of Jatropha curcas L. for biodiesel production
FH Kasim, AP Harvey
Chemical Engineering Journal 171 (3), 1373-1378, 2011
972011
Evaluation of FAME production from wet marine and freshwater microalgae by in situ transesterification
SB Velasquez-Orta, JGM Lee, AP Harvey
Biochemical Engineering Journal 76, 83-89, 2013
962013
Fluid mechanics and design aspects of a novel oscillatory flow screening mesoreactor
N Reis, AP Harvey, MR Mackley, AA Vicente, JA Teixeira
Chemical engineering research and design 83 (4), 357-371, 2005
932005
Biological processing in oscillatory baffled reactors: operation, advantages and potential
MSR Abbott, AP Harvey, GV Perez, MK Theodorou
Interface focus 3 (1), 20120036, 2013
922013
Development and evaluation of novel designs of continuous mesoscale oscillatory baffled reactors
AN Phan, A Harvey
Chemical Engineering Journal 159 (1-3), 212-219, 2010
922010
Direct production of biodiesel from rapeseed by reactive extraction/in situ transesterification
R Zakaria, AP Harvey
Fuel Processing Technology 102, 53-60, 2012
882012
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