Anoop Singh
Anoop Singh
Scientist C, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Ministry of Science and Technology
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TitleCited byYear
Production of liquid biofuels from renewable resources
PS Nigam, A Singh
Progress in energy and combustion science 37 (1), 52-68, 2011
19392011
Ethanol as an alternative fuel from agricultural, industrial and urban residues
S Prasad, A Singh, HC Joshi
Resources, Conservation and Recycling 50 (1), 1-39, 2007
6542007
Renewable fuels from algae: an answer to debatable land based fuels
A Singh, PS Nigam, JD Murphy
Bioresource technology 102 (1), 10-16, 2011
6142011
Mechanism and challenges in commercialisation of algal biofuels
A Singh, PS Nigam, JD Murphy
Bioresource technology 102 (1), 26-34, 2011
3992011
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
3712010
A critical review of biochemical conversion, sustainability and life cycle assessment of algal biofuels
A Singh, SI Olsen
Applied Energy 88 (10), 3548-3555, 2011
3482011
Bioelectrochemical systems (BES) for sustainable energy production and product recovery from organic wastes and industrial wastewaters
D Pant, A Singh, G Van Bogaert, SI Olsen, PS Nigam, L Diels, ...
Rsc Advances 2 (4), 1248-1263, 2012
3182012
Ethanol production from sweet sorghum syrup for utilization as automotive fuel in India
S Prasad, A Singh, N Jain, HC Joshi
Energy & fuels 21 (4), 2415-2420, 2007
2892007
An introduction to the life cycle assessment (LCA) of bioelectrochemical systems (BES) for sustainable energy and product generation: Relevance and key aspects
D Pant, A Singh, G Van Bogaert, YA Gallego, L Diels, K Vanbroekhoven
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15 (2), 1305-1313, 2011
1792011
A biofuel strategy for Ireland with an emphasis on production of biomethane and minimization of land-take
A Singh, BM Smyth, JD Murphy
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14 (1), 277-288, 2010
1522010
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
1342010
Energy and emissions forecast of China over a long-time horizon
UK Rout, A Voβ, A Singh, U Fahl, M Blesl, BP Ó Gallachóir
Energy 36 (1), 1-11, 2011
1012011
Food and agricultural wastes as substrates for bioelectrochemical system (BES): The synchronized recovery of sustainable energy and waste treatment
A ElMekawy, S Srikanth, S Bajracharya, HM Hegab, PS Nigam, A Singh, ...
Food Research International 73, 213-225, 2015
992015
A viable technology to generate third‐generation biofuel
A Singh, SI Olsen, PS Nigam
Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology 86 (11), 1349-1353, 2011
862011
Effect of carbon and nitrogen source amendment on synthetic dyes decolourizing efficiency of white-rot fungus, Phanerochaete chrysosporium
D Pant, A Singh, Y Satyawali, RK Gupta
Journal of Environmental Biology 29 (1), 79-84, 2008
732008
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 3 (2), 380-393, 2016
722016
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
682010
Role of ethylene diurea (EDU) in assessing impact of ozone on Vigna radiata L. plants in a suburban area of Allahabad (India)
SB Agrawal, A Singh, D Rathore
Chemosphere 61 (2), 218-228, 2005
682005
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
Key issues to consider in microalgae based biodiesel production
A Singh, D Pant, SI Olsen, PS Nigam
Energy Education Science and Technology Part A: Energy Science and Research …, 2012
642012
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