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Pandey, D.S., Kwapinska, M., Leahy, J.J. and Kwapinski, W., 2018. Oral: Utilisation of fly ash from poultry litter gasification. 2nd ICSEF. Paphos, Cyprus. 19-22 October, 2018 (Accepted for publication in Energy Procedia)
Pandey, D.S., Kwapinska, M., Gómez-Barea, A., Horvat, A., Fryda, L., Rabou, L.P.L.M., Leahy, J.J. and Kwapinski, W., 2016. Poultry litter gasification in a fluidized bed reactor: Effects of gasifying agents and limestone addition. Energy and Fuels, 30(4), pp.3085–3096. (Citation: 8, IF: 3.091). Highlighted on Advances in Chemical Engineering series as a key scientific article contributing to science and engineering research excellence
Chettiappilly Hari, V., Imani, M. and Ramezanpour, A., 2018. Enhanced Residential Bathroom Sustainability: Challenges and Opportunities. International Journal of Engineering and Technology, 10(3), pp.721-741. ISSN 2319-8613.