Biofilter, Waste management, Flue-gas desulfurization, Hydrogen sulfide and Biogas are his primary areas of study. His Biofilter study results in a more complete grasp of Environmental engineering. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Waste management, Wastewater, Drop, Sludge and Compost is strongly linked to Packed bed.
David Gabriel combines subjects such as Environmental chemistry and Mass transfer with his study of Hydrogen sulfide. His research investigates the connection between Mass transfer and topics such as Nuclear chemistry that intersect with issues in Anoxic waters. David Gabriel merges many fields, such as Biogas and Sulfide, in his writings.
David Gabriel spends much of his time researching Biofilter, Pulp and paper industry, Environmental chemistry, Waste management and Environmental engineering. His studies deal with areas such as Packed bed, Chromatography, Compost and Leachate as well as Biofilter. His Pulp and paper industry research integrates issues from Sludge, Olive oil and Filter.
His Environmental chemistry research includes elements of Inorganic chemistry and Biofilm. His study in Scrubber, Sewage treatment and Biogas falls under the purview of Waste management. His Environmental engineering research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Pressure drop and Pilot plant.
His primary areas of investigation include Pulp and paper industry, Sulfide, Environmental chemistry, Sulfate-reducing bacteria and Sludge. David Gabriel performs integrative study on Pulp and paper industry and Heat of combustion. Wastewater, Flue-gas desulfurization, Effluent, Biogas and Organic matter are fields of study that overlap with his Sulfide research.
He has researched Flue-gas desulfurization in several fields, including Filter, Volumetric flow rate, Control theory, Dilution and Titration. His Biogas study combines topics in areas such as Waste gas, Process engineering and Biochemical engineering. His Sulfate-reducing bacteria research incorporates elements of Acid mine drainage, Electron donor and Nuclear chemistry.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Pulp and paper industry, Sulfide, Sludge, Pollutant and Wastewater. His Pulp and paper industry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Olive oil and Biofuel. Sulfide is integrated with Anode, Electrochemical cell, Halothiobacillus, Sulfur oxide and Flue-gas desulfurization in his study.
His Sludge research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Full scale and Skatole. His Pollutant research spans across into fields like Oxygen uptake rate, Dry matter, Compost, Pollution and Waste treatment. His study in Wastewater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Environmental chemistry, Sulfate-reducing bacteria, Inorganic chemistry and Partial oxidation.
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Estimate of the Optimum Cutoff Frequency for the Butterworth Low-Pass Digital Filter
Bing Yu;David Gabriel;Larry Noble;Kai Nan An.
Journal of Applied Biomechanics (1999)
Retrofitting existing chemical scrubbers to biotrickling filters for H2S emission control
David Gabriel;Marc A. Deshusses.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
Child—Adult Differences in Muscle Activation — A Review
Raffy Dotan;Cameron Mitchell;Rotem Cohen;Panagiota Klentrou.
Pediatric Exercise Science (2012)
Biological sweetening of energy gases mimics in biotrickling filters.
Marc Fortuny;Juan A. Baeza;Xavier Gamisans;Carles Casas.
Effect of internal recycle on the nitrogen removal efficiency of an anaerobic/anoxic/oxic (A2/O) wastewater treatment plant (WWTP)
J.A Baeza;D Gabriel;J Lafuente.
Process Biochemistry (2004)
Performance of a full‐scale biotrickling filter treating H2S at a gas contact time of 1.6 to 2.2 seconds
David Gabriel;Marc A. Deshusses.
Environmental Progress (2003)
A detailed model of a biofilter for ammonia removal: Model parameters analysis and model validation
Guillermo Baquerizo;Juan P. Maestre;Takeyuki Sakuma;Marc A. Deshusses.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2005)
Fungal biofilters for toluene biofiltration: Evaluation of the performance with four packing materials under different operating conditions
Juan P. Maestre;Xavier Gamisans;David Gabriel;Javier Lafuente.
Simultaneous methylmercaptan and hydrogen sulfide removal in the desulfurization of biogas in aerobic and anoxic biotrickling filters
Andrea M. Montebello;Maikel Fernández;Fernando Almenglo;Martín Ramírez.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2012)
Modeling of a bacterial and fungal biofilter applied to toluene abatement: kinetic parameters estimation and model validation
Antoni David Dorado;Guillermo Baquerizo;Juan Pedro Maestre;Xavier Gamisans.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2008)
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