Abdul-Sattar Nizami
Abdul-Sattar Nizami
Professor (Associate) in GC University, Lahore & Associate Editor in RSER (Elsevier)
Verified email at gcu.edu.pk
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Key issues in life cycle assessment of ethanol production from lignocellulosic biomass: challenges and perspectives
A Singh, D Pant, NE Korres, AS Nizami, S Prasad, JD Murphy
Bioresource technology 101 (13), 5003-5012, 2010
4032010
Review of the integrated process for the production of grass biomethane
AS Nizami, NE Korres, JD Murphy
Environmental science & technology 43 (22), 8496-8508, 2009
2562009
Waste to energy potential: a case study of Saudi Arabia
OKM Ouda, SA Raza, AS Nizami, M Rehan, R Al-Waked, NE Korres
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 61, 328-340, 2016
1992016
What type of digester configurations should be employed to produce biomethane from grass silage?
AS Nizami, JD Murphy
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14 (6), 1558–1568, 2010
1912010
Catalytic pyrolysis of plastic waste: A review
R Miandad, MA Barakat, AS Aburiazaiza, M Rehan, AS Nizami
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 102, 822-838, 2016
1902016
How can we improve biomethane production per unit of feedstock in biogas plants?
ZZ Asam, TG Poulsen, AS Nizami, R Rafique, G Kiely, JD Murphy
Applied Energy 88 (6), 2013-2018, 2011
1882011
Effect of thermal, chemical and thermo-chemical pre-treatments to enhance methane production
R Rafique, TG Poulsen, AS Nizami, JD Murphy, G Kiely
Energy 35 (12), 4556-4561, 2010
1782010
Waste Biorefineries: Enabling Circular Economies in Developing Countries
AS Nizami, M Rehan, M Waqas, M Naqvi, OKM Ouda, K Shahzad, ...
Bioresource Technology 241, 1101-1117, 2017
1602017
Is grass biomethane a sustainable transport biofuel?
NE Korres, A Singh, AS Nizami, JD Murphy
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining: Innovation for a sustainable economy …, 2010
1422010
Developing waste biorefinery in Makkah: a way forward to convert urban waste into renewable energy
AS Nizami, K Shahzad, M Rehan, OKM Ouda, MZ Khan, IMI Ismail, ...
Applied Energy 186 (2), 189–196, 2017
1402017
Analysis of physiochemical parameters to evaluate the drinking water quality in the State of Perak, Malaysia
N Rahmanian, SHB Ali, M Homayoonfard, NJ Ali, M Rehan, Y Sadef, ...
Journal of Chemistry 2015, 2015
1302015
Effect of plastic waste types on pyrolysis liquid oil
R Miandad, MA Barakat, AS Aburiazaiza, M Rehan, IMI Ismail, AS Nizami
International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 119, 239–252, 2017
1212017
Assessing the cost of biofuel production with increasing penetration of the transport fuel market: A case study of gaseous biomethane in Ireland
J Browne, AS Nizami, T Thamsiriroj, JD Murphy
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15 (9), 4537-4547, 2011
972011
An Argument for Developing Waste-to-Energy Technologies in Saudi Arabia
AS Nizami, M Rehan, OKM Ouda, K Shahzad, Y Sadef, T Iqbal, IMI Ismail
Chemical Engineering Transactions 45 (DOI:10.3303/CET1545057), 337-342, 2015
852015
How much gas can we get from grass?
AS Nizami, A Orozco, E Groom, B Dieterich, JD Murphy
Applied Energy 92, 783-790, 2012
822012
Key issues in estimating energy and greenhouse gas savings of biofuels: challenges and perspectives
D Rathore, AS Nizami, A Singh, D Pant
Biofuel Research Journal 10 (DOI: 10.18331/BRJ2016.3.2.3), 380-393, 2016
802016
Why does mono-digestion of grass silage fail in long term operation?
T Thamsiriroj, AS Nizami, JD Murphy
Applied Energy 95, 64-76, 2012
802012
The potential of Saudi Arabian natural zeolites in energy recovery technologies
AS Nizami, OKM Ouda, M Rehan, AMO El-Maghraby, J Gardy, ...
Energy 108, 162-171, 2016
782016
Microbial electrolysis cells for hydrogen production and urban wastewater treatment: A case study of Saudi Arabia
MZ Khan, AS Nizami, M Rehan, OKM Ouda, S Sultana, IM Ismail, ...
Applied Energy 185, 410-420, 2017
752017
Role of leaching and hydrolysis in a two-phase grass digestion system
AS Nizami, T Thamsiriroj, A Singh, JD Murphy
Energy & fuels 24 (8), 4549-4559, 2010
742010
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