His scientific interests lie mostly in Bioreactor, Anaerobic digestion, Effluent, Chromatography and Pulp and paper industry. His work carried out in the field of Bioreactor brings together such families of science as Wastewater, Environmental engineering, Hydraulic retention time, Chemical oxygen demand and Membrane. David C. Stuckey combines subjects such as Chelation, Hydrolysis, Methanogenesis, Metal and Environmental chemistry with his study of Anaerobic digestion.
David C. Stuckey has researched Effluent in several fields, including Nitrification, Biodegradation, Water treatment, Sewage treatment and Activated carbon. His Chromatography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Membrane reactor, Membrane bioreactor, Powdered activated carbon treatment, Microemulsion and Concentration effect. David C. Stuckey interconnects Waste management, Mass transfer and Industrial wastewater treatment in the investigation of issues within Pulp and paper industry.
His primary areas of study are Chromatography, Bioreactor, Anaerobic digestion, Effluent and Wastewater. His Chromatography study incorporates themes from Aqueous two-phase system, Aqueous solution and Chemical engineering, Pulmonary surfactant. His study in Bioreactor is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Membrane fouling, Membrane, Hydraulic retention time and Chemical oxygen demand.
His Anaerobic digestion study incorporates themes from Waste management, Food science, Biodegradation, Methanogenesis and Environmental chemistry. His work focuses on many connections between Effluent and other disciplines, such as Pulp and paper industry, that overlap with his field of interest in Biomass, Methane and Industrial wastewater treatment. His work in Wastewater covers topics such as Sewage treatment which are related to areas like Anaerobic membrane bioreactor.
David C. Stuckey mostly deals with Chromatography, Bioreactor, Wastewater, Membrane and Effluent. His Chromatography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Zinc, Methanogenesis, Biotransformation, Environmental chemistry and Anaerobic membrane bioreactor. His Bioreactor research integrates issues from Membrane fouling and Anaerobic digestion.
His research integrates issues of Methane, Resource, Resazurin and Sewage treatment in his study of Wastewater. His Membrane research incorporates themes from Chemical engineering and Polysaccharide. His Effluent study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Solid phase extraction and Membrane bioreactor.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Chromatography, Bioreactor, Chemical engineering, Fouling and Membrane fouling. His research in Chromatography intersects with topics in Biotransformation, Anaerobic membrane bioreactor, Effluent and Powdered activated carbon treatment. His studies examine the connections between Effluent and genetics, as well as such issues in Solid phase extraction, with regards to Wastewater, Steady state, Phenols, Substrate and Methane.
His Bioreactor research includes themes of Food science, Chemical oxygen demand, Tryptophan, Nanoparticle and Anaerobic digestion. His Syntrophomonas study in the realm of Anaerobic digestion connects with subjects such as Cytophaga. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Particle size and Biofouling.
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Bioassay for monitoring biochemical methane potential and anaerobic toxicity
W.F. Owen;D.C. Stuckey;J.B. Healy;L.Y. Young.
Water Research (1979)
A REVIEW OF SOLUBLE MICROBIAL PRODUCTS (SMP) IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
Duncan J. Barker;David C. Stuckey.
Water Research (1999)
The use of the anaerobic baffled reactor (ABR) for wastewater treatment: a review
William P. Barber;David C. Stuckey.
Water Research (1999)
Toxicants inhibiting anaerobic digestion: a review.
Jian Lin Chen;Raphael Ortiz;Terry W.J. Steele;David C. Stuckey;David C. Stuckey.
Biotechnology Advances (2014)
Soluble microbial products formation in anaerobic chemostats in the presence of toxic compounds
S.F. Aquino;D.C. Stuckey.
Water Research (2004)
Bioaugmentation and its application in wastewater treatment: A review.
M. Herrero;D.C. Stuckey.
THE EFFECT OF THERMAL PRETREATMENT ON THE ANAEROBIC BIODEGRADABILITY AND TOXICITY OF WASTE ACTIVATED SLUDGE
David C. Stuckey;Perry L. McCarty.
Water Research (1984)
Recent developments in anaerobic membrane reactors.
David C. Stuckey.
Bioresource Technology (2012)
Treatment of Dilute Wastewaters Using a Novel Submerged Anaerobic Membrane Bioreactor
Alan Y. Hu;David C. Stuckey.
Journal of Environmental Engineering (2006)
NITRIFICATION OF HIGH STRENGTH AMMONIA WASTEWATERS: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF IMMOBILISATION MEDIA
Wendy M Rostron;David C Stuckey;Andrew A Young.
Water Research (2001)
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