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ESP Lab Publications

Journal Articles

  1. M. Ali, K. Alam, H. Pasic and N. Mannella, “Analytical and experimental study of the crossflow wet electrostatic precipitator”, to be submitted to the Journal of Air & Waste Management Association.
  2. D. Bayless, M.K. Alam, R. Radcliff, and J. Caine, "Membrane-based Wet Electrostatic Precipitation,” Fuel Processing Technology (85) 6-7, pp 781-798, 2004.
  3. M.K. Alam, A.M. Druma, C. Druma, “Thermal transport in carbon foams”, Journal of composite materials, Vol. 38, No. 22, pp. 1993-2006, 2004.
  4. D.J. Bayless, H. Pasic, M.K. Alam, L. Shi, B. Haynes, J. Cochran, W. Khan, "Use of Membrane Collectors in Electrostatic Precipitators," Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association, Vol. 51, pp. 1401-1407, October 2001.
  5. M. Prudich, M.K. Alam, and N. Nahar, “SO2 scrubbing by Ultrafine Ca(OH)2 Aerosol,” Particulate Science and Technology, Vol. 12 (2), pp.127-137, 1994.
  6. M.K. Alam, “The Effect of Van Der Waals and Viscous Forces on Aerosol Coagulation,” Journal of Aeros. Science and Technology, Vol. 6, pp. 41-52, 1987.
  7. M.K. Alam, and J.H. Seinfeld, “Solution of the Steady State, Three-Dimensional Diffusion Equation for Sulfur Dioxide and Sulfate Dispersion from Point Sources,” Atmospheric Environment, Vol. 15, pp. 1221-1225, 1981.
  8. Telenta, M., Pasic, H., Alam, K. Aerosol Modeling and Pressure Drop Simulation in a Sieving. Southampton: Computational Methods in Multiphase Flow IV, WITPress; 3-8.
  9. Bayless, D., Pasic, H., Alam, K., Shi, L., Haynes, B., Cochran, J., Kahn, W. Use of Membrane Collectors in Electrostatic Precipitators. Journal of the Air and Waste Management Association; 51: 1401-1407.

 

Conference Papers

  1. M. Ali, H. Pasic, K. Alam, N. Mannella and S. Jenson and S. Alah, “Cross flow wet precipitator”, accepted for publication and presentation at the Pittsburg Coal Conference, Pittsburg, Pa, October 2-5, 2015.
  2. Khairul Alam; Juan Flores & I. Urieli, “Design of Two-Phase Loop Thermosyphon with Copper Micro-Channels”, Proceedings of TheETA3, Cairo, December, 2010.
  3. Pasic, H., Khan, Z. Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator: An Innovative Pollution Control Device. St. Louis, Missouri: 2006 NSF Design, Service and Manufacturing Grantees and Research Conference.
  4. A.M. Druma, and M.K. Alam, “Combined heat and mass transfer in porous media heat exchanger”, Proceedings of IMECE2002, ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition November 17-22, 2002, New Orleans, Louisiana. (IMECE2002-32093).
  5. M.K. Alam, R.J. Watts, and J. Price, “Compact Carbon-Carbon Composite Heat Exchanger”, Proceedings of IMECE2002, ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress & Exposition November 17-22, 2002 New Orleans, Louisiana. (IMECE2002-32094).
  6. A.M. Druma, and M.K. Alam, “Heat Transfer in Rotary Energy Recuperator,” Proceedings of the 35th ASME National Heat Transfer Conference, CD-ROM Paper# NHTC011714, Anaheim CA, June 10-12, 2001.
  7. D.J. Bayless, H. Pasic, and M.K. Alam, “Membrane-based Wet Electrostatic Precipitation,” Proceedings of the 26th International Technical Conference on Coal Utilization & Fuel Systems, pp. 519-530, 2001.
  8. D.J. Bayless, H. Pasic, and M.K. Alam, “Membrane-based Wet Electrostatic Precipitation,” Proceedings of the 26th International Technical Conference on Coal Utilization & Fuel Systems, pp. 519-530, 2001.
  9. Pasic, H., Khan, Z., Ridgway, D. Current Status of Development of Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: 23rd Annual International Pittsburg Coal Conference.
  10. Pasic, H., Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania: 22nd Annual International Pittsburg Coal Conference.
  11. Pasic, H., Khan, Z. Laboratory-Pilot-Testing of Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator. Cairns: 10-th International Conference on Electrostatic Precipitation.
  12. Pasic, H., Khan, Z., Ridgway, D. Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator. Cairns: 10th International Conference on Air Pollution Abatement Technologies, International Society for Electrostatic Precipitation (ICESP).
  13. Khan, Z., Pasic, H. Sieving Electrostatic Precipitator: An Innovative Device for Pollution Control. BUET, Dhaka: 6th International Conference on Mechanical Engineering.
  14. Pasic, H., Alam, K., Bayless, D. Membrane-based Electrostatic Precipitation. Proc. Of 17th Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference; Paper#13-7.

 

Patents

  1. U.S. Provisional Patent “Vibrating Wet ESP” Filed June 2015 (With H. Pasic)
  2. U.S. Provisional Patent: “Wet Electrostatic Precipitator and Method of Treating an Exhaust”– Filed Oct, 2014 (With H. Pasic)
  3. U.S. Patent 7,976,616, “Composite Discharge Electrode” 2011
  4. Pasic, H. Low Cost Composite Discharge Electrode. 2009/009787 A1.
  5. U.S. Patent Number 6,783,575, “Membrane Laminar Wet Electrostatic Precipitator” (with H. Pasic, D. Bayless), 2004 US Patent
  6. U.S. Patent Number 6,231,643, “Membrane Electrostatic Precipitator” (with H. Pasic, D. Bayless), 2001
  7. U.S. Patent Number 4,642,227, “Reactor for Producing Large Particles of Materials from Gases” (with R. Flagan), 1987
  8. Pasic, H. Electrostatic Sieving Precipitator. 6,878,192.
  9. Pasic, H., Hermann, G. Method of Removing Particulate Matter from Precipitator Plate. 4,276,056.

 

Book Chapter

K. Alam, M. Anghelescu and A. Bradu, Computational Model of Porous media Using True 3-D images, , book chapter in Heat Transfer in Multi-Phase Materials, (Edited by A. Ochsner and G. Murch ISBN 978-3-642-04403-8, DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-04402-1), Springer Publications, pp. 347-377, 2011.