Publications

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS (Lists of submitted, accepted and published papers)

 

        Khanal, S. K. and Huang, J.-C. Online oxygen control for sulfide oxidation in anaerobic treatment of high sulfate wastewater. Submitted to Water Environment Research (in review, Mar. 2004).

 

       Brian, F., Khanal, S. K. and Sung, S. Bioleaching of zinc and copper from anaerobically digested swine manure: effect of sulfur levels and solid contents. Water Environment Research (tentatively accepted, 2004).

 

        Khanal, S. K., Chen, W.-H., Li, L. and Sung, S. Biohydrogen production in continuous flow reactor using mixed microbial culture. Water Environment Research (in press, 2004).

 

       Khanal, S. K. and Huang, J.-C. Effect of high influent sulfate on anaerobic wastewater treatment. Water Environment Research (in press, 2004).

 

        Khanal, S. K., Li, L. and Sung, S. (2004). Biological hydrogen production: effects of pH and intermediate products. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 29(11): 1123-1131.

  

        Huang, J.-C. and Khanal, S. K. (2004). Treatment of high sulfate and high strength wastewater in a single stage anaerobic reactor. Water Science and Technology-Water Supply, 4 (1): 35-45.

 

        Khanal, S. K. and Huang, J.-C. (2003). Anaerobic treatment of high sulfate wastewater with oxygenation to   

      control sulfide toxicity. J. Environmental Engineering, ASCE, 129(12):1104-1111.

 

         Khanal, S. K. Shang, C. and Huang, J.-C. (2003). Use of oxidation-reduction potential (ORP) to control  

       oxygen dosing for online sulfide oxidation in anaerobic treatment of high sulfate wastewater. Water Science

       and Technology, 47(12): 183-189.

 

         Khanal, S. K. and Huang, J.-C. (2003). ORP based oxygenation for sulfide control in anaerobic treatment of

       high sulfate wastewater. Water Research, 37(9): 2053-2062.

 

       Eckhardt, H. and Khanal, S.K. (1999). Suitability of Bangkok sewage and nightsoil sludges for agricultural use with emphasis on potentially toxic elements. J. Environmental Science and Health, A34 (10): 2007-2021.

 

 




 

 

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