John P. Robinson focuses on Waste management, Pyrolysis, Sewage treatment, Flocculation and Fossil fuel. His studies in Waste management integrate themes in fields like Residual oil and Dielectric heating. His research in Pyrolysis intersects with topics in Pellets, Microwave cavity, Phase and Pellet.
His study in Sewage treatment is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Polymer and Pulp and paper industry. His Flocculation research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Total suspended solids, Chemical oxygen demand and Biodegradation. His Fossil fuel study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Specific energy, Bioenergy and Microwave heating.
His main research concerns Chemical engineering, Waste management, Pyrolysis, Solvent and Drill cuttings. His Chemical engineering research integrates issues from Viscosity, Polymer chemistry, Polymer, Phase and Catalysis. His Waste management research incorporates themes from Matrix, Hydrocarbon, Environmental remediation and Water content.
His Pyrolysis research includes themes of Microwave cavity and Bioenergy. His Solvent research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Swelling and Nanofiltration. John P. Robinson has included themes like Polydimethylsiloxane, Hildebrand solubility parameter and Chromatography in his Swelling study.
Chemical engineering, Pyrolysis, Catalysis, Tetralin and Dehydrogenation are his primary areas of study. His Chemical engineering study incorporates themes from Characterization and Langmuir, Adsorption. His Pyrolysis research includes elements of Residue and Polymer.
His work on Glass transition as part of general Polymer research is frequently linked to Liquid system, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His research in Dehydrogenation intersects with topics in Hydrogen production, Hydrogen, Hydrodesulfurization and Combustion. His Hydrogen research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Heterogeneous catalysis, Reaction rate, Secondary air injection, Coke and Selectivity.
John P. Robinson spends much of his time researching Microwave heating, Chemical engineering, Thermal, Pyrolysis and One-Step. His Microwave heating research includes themes of Electromagnetic radiation and Composite material. His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Characterization, Textile and Langmuir, Freundlich equation, Adsorption.
His studies deal with areas such as Residue and Specific energy as well as Pyrolysis. His research on One-Step frequently links to adjacent areas such as Microporous material.
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A review on application of flocculants in wastewater treatment
Chai Siah Lee;Chai Siah Lee;John P. Robinson;Mei Fong Chong.
Process Safety and Environmental Protection (2014)
Understanding microwave heating effects in single mode type cavities—theory and experiment
John Robinson;Sam Kingman;Derek Irvine;Peter Licence.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2010)
The application of microwave heating in bioenergy: A review on the microwave pre-treatment and upgrading technologies for biomass
Emily T. Kostas;Daniel Beneroso;John P. Robinson.
Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews (2017)
Solvent flux through dense polymeric nanofiltration membranes
J.P. Robinson;E.S. Tarleton;C.R. Millington;Arian Nijmeijer.
Journal of Membrane Science (2004)
Microwave pyrolysis of biomass for bio-oil production: Scalable processing concepts
Daniel Beneroso;T. Monti;E.T. Kostas;J. Robinson.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2017)
Effect of demineralization and heating rate on the pyrolysis kinetics of Jordanian oil shales
Mohammad Al-Harahsheh;Omar Al-Ayed;Omar Al-Ayed;John Robinson;Sam Kingman.
Fuel Processing Technology (2011)
Microwave Pyrolysis of Wood Pellets
J. P. Robinson;S. W. Kingman;R. Barranco;C. E. Snape.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2010)
Investigation into the mechanisms by which microwave heating enhances separation of water-in-oil emulsions
Eleanor Binner;John P. Robinson;S.A. Silvester;S.W. Kingman.
Microwave treatment of oil-contaminated North Sea drill cuttings in a high power multimode cavity
H. Shang;C.E. Snape;S.W. Kingman;J.P. Robinson.
Separation and Purification Technology (2006)
Inducing fractures and increasing cleat apertures in a bituminous coal under isotropic stress via application of microwave energy
Hemant Kumar;Edward Lester;Sam Kingman;Richard Bourne.
International Journal of Coal Geology (2011)
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