Ibrahim Abu Reesh
Ibrahim Abu Reesh
Professor : Chemical Engineering,Qatar University
Verified email at qu.edu.qa
TitleCited byYear
Determination of the kinetic parameters during continuous cultivation of the lipase-producing thermophile Bacillus sp. IHI-91 on olive oil
P Becker, I Abu-Reesh, S Markossian, G Antranikian, H Märkl
Applied microbiology and biotechnology 48 (2), 184-190, 1997
1691997
Oxygen reduction reaction catalysts used in microbial fuel cells for energy-efficient wastewater treatment: a review
H Yuan, Y Hou, IM Abu-Reesh, J Chen, Z He
Materials Horizons 3 (5), 382-401, 2016
1522016
Biological responses of hybridoma cells to defined hydrodynamic shear stress
I Abu-Reesh, F Kargi
Journal of biotechnology 9 (3), 167-178, 1989
851989
Microbial desalination cells as a versatile technology: functions, optimization and prospective
S Sevda, H Yuan, Z He, IM Abu-Reesh
Desalination 371, 9-17, 2015
832015
Biohydrogen production from lignocellulosic biomass: technology and sustainability
A Singh, S Sevda, IM Abu Reesh, K Vanbroekhoven, D Rathore, D Pant
Energies 8 (11), 13062-13080, 2015
642015
Biological responses of hybridoma cells to hydrodynamic shear in an agitated bioreactor
I Abu-Reesh, F Kargi
Enzyme and microbial technology 13 (11), 913-919, 1991
501991
Enhancing desalination and wastewater treatment by coupling microbial desalination cells with forward osmosis
H Yuan, IM Abu-Reesh, Z He
Chemical Engineering Journal 270, 437-443, 2015
472015
Effects of internal mass transfer and product inhibition on a simulated immobilized enzyme-catalyzed reactor for lactose hydrolysis
AE Al-Muftah, IM Abu-Reesh
Biochemical Engineering Journal 23 (2), 139-153, 2005
412005
Utilisation of tomato pomace as a substrate for the production of vitamin B12–a preliminary appraisal
MSY Haddadin, IM Abu-Reesh, FAS Haddadin, RK Robinson
Bioresource technology 78 (3), 225-230, 2001
332001
Kinetics of hydrocarbon extraction from oil shale using biosurfactant producing bacteria
MSY Haddadin, AAA Arqoub, IA Reesh, J Haddadin
Energy Conversion and Management 50 (4), 983-990, 2009
322009
Effects of simultaneous internal and external mass transfer and product inhibition on immobilized enzyme-catalyzed reactor
AE Al-Muftah, IM Abu-Reesh
Biochemical engineering journal 27 (2), 167-178, 2005
322005
Ammonium removal from synthetic wastewater promoted by current generation and water flux in an osmotic microbial fuel cell
M Qin, EA Hynes, IM Abu-Reesh, Z He
Journal of cleaner production 149, 856-862, 2017
302017
When bioelectrochemical systems meet forward osmosis: accomplishing wastewater treatment and reuse through synergy
Y Lu, M Qin, H Yuan, IM Abu-Reesh, Z He
Water 7 (1), 38-50, 2015
282015
Rejection properties of aromatic pesticides with a hollow-fiber NF membrane
YJ Jung, Y Kiso, RAA binti Othman, A Ikeda, K Nishimura, KS Min, ...
Desalination 180 (1-3), 63-71, 2005
272005
Bioelectricity generation from treatment of petroleum refinery wastewater with simultaneous seawater desalination in microbial desalination cells
S Sevda, IM Abu-Reesh, H Yuan, Z He
Energy conversion and management 141, 101-107, 2017
242017
Mathematical modeling assisted investigation of forward osmosis as pretreatment for microbial desalination cells to achieve continuous water desalination and wastewater treatment
H Yuan, IM Abu-Reesh, Z He
Journal of Membrane Science 502, 116-123, 2016
242016
A comparative study of the treatment of ethylene plant spent caustic by neutralization and classical and advanced oxidation
A Hawari, H Ramadan, I Abu-Reesh, M Ouederni
Journal of environmental management 151, 105-112, 2015
242015
Understanding electricity generation in osmotic microbial fuel cells through integrated experimental investigation and mathematical modeling
M Qin, Q Ping, Y Lu, IM Abu-Reesh, Z He
Bioresource technology 195, 194-201, 2015
232015
Comparison of axial dispersion and tanks-in-series models for simulating the performance of enzyme reactors
IM Abu-Reesh, BF Abu-Sharkh
Industrial & engineering chemistry research 42 (22), 5495-5505, 2003
212003
Simulation of glucose isomerase reactor: optimum operating temperature
IM Abu-Reesh, NM Faqir
Bioprocess Engineering 14 (4), 205-210, 1996
211996
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