Sewage treatment, Microbial fuel cell, Wastewater, Waste management and Pulp and paper industry are her primary areas of study. Microbial fuel cell is a subfield of Anode that Gunda Mohanakrishna studies. Her Anode research includes elements of Environmental engineering and Bioelectrochemistry.
Her studies in Wastewater integrate themes in fields like Biohydrogen and Fermentation. As part of one scientific family, she deals mainly with the area of Waste management, narrowing it down to issues related to the Microbial electrosynthesis, and often Carbon fixation and Carbon. Within one scientific family, Gunda Mohanakrishna focuses on topics pertaining to Hydrogen production under Pulp and paper industry, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Acidogenesis and Bioreactor.
Her primary areas of investigation include Wastewater, Microbial fuel cell, Anode, Sewage treatment and Pulp and paper industry. To a larger extent, Gunda Mohanakrishna studies Waste management with the aim of understanding Wastewater. Her Microbial fuel cell research includes themes of Renewable energy, Chemical engineering, Microbial electrosynthesis and Chemical oxygen demand.
Her work on Faraday efficiency as part of general Anode study is frequently linked to Degradation, bridging the gap between disciplines. Her Sewage treatment research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Biodiesel and Ecology, Waste treatment. Her Pulp and paper industry research also works with subjects such as
Her main research concerns Microbial fuel cell, Biochemical engineering, Anode, Wastewater and Microbial electrosynthesis. Her study on Bioelectrogenesis is often connected to Energy source as part of broader study in Microbial fuel cell. She has researched Biochemical engineering in several fields, including Biorefinery and Microbial electrolysis cell.
Her Anode research incorporates elements of Bacterial cell structure, Photochemistry, Electron transfer, Redox and Shewanella. The study incorporates disciplines such as Oil refinery, Total dissolved solids, Pollutant and Pulp and paper industry in addition to Wastewater. Her biological study deals with issues like Biohydrogen, which deal with fields such as Bioproducts.
Gunda Mohanakrishna spends much of her time researching Microbial fuel cell, Wastewater, Anode, Oil refinery and Bioelectrogenesis. Her Microbial fuel cell study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Carbon fixation, Carbon dioxide, Microbial electrosynthesis, Carbon and Renewable energy. In her research, Cathodic protection, Redox, Electrochemical potential and Nuclear chemistry is intimately related to Diesel fuel, which falls under the overarching field of Anode.
Her study brings together the fields of Pulp and paper industry and Bioelectrogenesis. Her Pulp and paper industry research includes themes of Hydraulic retention time, Bioelectrochemical reactor and Produced water. Her work blends Energy source and Waste management studies together.
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An overview on emerging bioelectrochemical systems (BESs): Technology for sustainable electricity, waste remediation, resource recovery, chemical production and beyond
Suman Bajracharya;Suman Bajracharya;Mohita Sharma;Mohita Sharma;Gunda Mohanakrishna;Xochitl Dominguez Benneton.
Renewable Energy (2016)
BIOELECTRICITY PRODUCTION FROM WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN DUAL CHAMBERED MICROBIAL FUEL CELL (MFC) USING SELECTIVELY ENRICHED MIXED MICROFLORA: EFFECT OF CATHOLYTE
S. Venkata Mohan;R. Saravanan;S. Veer Raghavulu;G. Mohanakrishna.
Bioresource Technology (2008)
Bioelectricity generation from chemical wastewater treatment in mediatorless (anode) microbial fuel cell (MFC) using selectively enriched hydrogen producing mixed culture under acidophilic microenvironment
S. Venkata Mohan;G. Mohanakrishna;B. Purushotham Reddy;R. Saravanan.
Biochemical Engineering Journal (2008)
Bio-electrochemical treatment of distillery wastewater in microbial fuel cell facilitating decolorization and desalination along with power generation.
G. Mohanakrishna;S. Venkata Mohan;P.N. Sarma.
Journal of Hazardous Materials (2010)
Bio-catalyzed electrochemical treatment of real field dairy wastewater with simultaneous power generation
S. Venkata Mohan;G. Mohanakrishna;G. Velvizhi;V. Lalit Babu.
Biochemical Engineering Journal (2010)
Biotransformation of carbon dioxide in bioelectrochemical systems: State of the art and future prospects
Suman Bajracharya;Suman Bajracharya;Sandipam Srikanth;Gunda Mohanakrishna;Gunda Mohanakrishna;Renju Zacharia.
Journal of Power Sources (2017)
Technological advances in CO2 conversion electro-biorefinery: A step toward commercialization.
Ahmed ElMekawy;Hanaa M. Hegab;Gunda Mohanakrishna;Ashraf F. Elbaz.
Bioresource Technology (2016)
Utilizing acid-rich effluents of fermentative hydrogen production process as substrate for harnessing bioelectricity: An integrative approach
G. Mohanakrishna;S. Venkata Mohan;P.N. Sarma.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2010)
Enhancing biohydrogen production from chemical wastewater treatment in anaerobic sequencing batch biofilm reactor (AnSBBR) by bioaugmenting with selectively enriched kanamycin resistant anaerobic mixed consortia
S.Venkata Mohan;G. Mohanakrishna;S. Veer Raghavulu;P.N. Sarma.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2007)
Integration of acidogenic and methanogenic processes for simultaneous production of biohydrogen and methane from wastewater treatment
S. Venkata Mohan;G. Mohanakrishna;P.N. Sarma.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2008)
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