Hisham Hafez
Hisham Hafez
Adjunct Professor-Civil and Environmental Engineering Department-Western U. & U. of Windsor
Verified email at uwo.ca
TitleCited byYear
Biochemical methane potential (BMP) of food waste and primary sludge: influence of inoculum pre-incubation and inoculum source
E Elbeshbishy, G Nakhla, H Hafez
Bioresource technology 110, 18-25, 2012
1752012
Effect of organic loading on a novel hydrogen bioreactor
H Hafez, G Nakhla, MHE Naggar, E Elbeshbishy, B Baghchehsaraee
international journal of hydrogen energy 35 (1), 81-92, 2010
1472010
A critical literature review on biohydrogen production by pure cultures
O Elsharnouby, H Hafez, G Nakhla, MH El Naggar
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 38 (12), 4945-4966, 2013
1382013
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
1142011
Comparative assessment of single-stage and two-stage anaerobic digestion for the treatment of thin stillage
N Nasr, E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, G Nakhla, MH El Naggar
Bioresource technology 111, 122-126, 2012
1092012
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
732015
Enhancement of biohydrogen producing using ultrasonication
E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, G Nakhla
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 35 (12), 6184-6193, 2010
612010
Handbook of hydrogen energy
SA Sherif, DY Goswami, EKL Stefanakos, A Steinfeld
CRC Press, 2014
602014
Impact of ultrasonication of hog manure on anaerobic digestability
E Elbeshbishy, S Aldin, H Hafez, G Nakhla, M Ray
Ultrasonics sonochemistry 18 (1), 164-171, 2011
552011
Application of artificial neural networks for modeling of biohydrogen production
N Nasr, H Hafez, MH El Naggar, G Nakhla
international journal of hydrogen energy 38 (8), 3189-3195, 2013
502013
Bio-hydrogen production from thin stillage using conventional and acclimatized anaerobic digester sludge
N Nasr, E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, G Nakhla, MH El Naggar
international journal of hydrogen energy 36 (20), 12761-12769, 2011
412011
Ultrasonication for biohydrogen production from food waste
E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, G Nakhla
international journal of hydrogen energy 36 (4), 2896-2903, 2011
412011
Single-stage and two-stage anaerobic digestion of extruded lignocellulosic biomass
C Akobi, H Yeo, H Hafez, G Nakhla
Applied energy 184, 548-559, 2016
372016
Treatment of thin stillage in a high-rate anaerobic fluidized bed bioreactor (AFBR)
M Andalib, H Hafez, E Elbeshbishy, G Nakhla, J Zhu
Bioresource technology 121, 411-418, 2012
372012
Co-fermentation of glucose, starch, and cellulose for mesophilic biohydrogen production
M Gupta, P Velayutham, E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, E Khafipour, ...
international journal of hydrogen energy 39 (36), 20958-20967, 2014
342014
Comparative assessment of decoupling of biomass and hydraulic retention times in hydrogen production bioreactors
H Hafez, B Baghchehsaraee, G Nakhla, D Karamanev, A Margaritis, ...
international journal of hydrogen energy 34 (18), 7603-7611, 2009
332009
Impact of volatile fatty acids on microbial electrolysis cell performance
N Yang, H Hafez, G Nakhla
Bioresource technology 193, 449-455, 2015
322015
Impact of organic loading rate on biohydrogen production in an up-flow anaerobic packed bed reactor (UAnPBR)
ADNF Júnior, M Zaiat, M Gupta, E Elbeshbishy, H Hafez, G Nakhla
Bioresource technology 164, 371-379, 2014
322014
Biological hydrogen production from corn-syrup waste using a novel system
H Hafez, G Nakhla, H El Naggar
Energies 2 (2), 445-455, 2009
322009
Performance of an anaerobic fluidized bed bioreactor (AnFBR) for digestion of primary municipal wastewater treatment biosolids and bioethanol thin stillage
M Andalib, E Elbeshbishy, N Mustafa, H Hafez, G Nakhla, J Zhu
Renewable energy 71, 276-285, 2014
312014
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