The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mineralogy, Combustion, Chemical engineering, Mercury and Flue gas. His Mineralogy study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Analytical chemistry, Tube furnace and Coal. His work in Combustion addresses subjects such as Particulates, which are connected to disciplines such as Waste management.
He works mostly in the field of Chemical engineering, limiting it down to topics relating to Chromatography and, in certain cases, Metal, Melting point and Calcium oxide. His work deals with themes such as Fly ash, Adsorption, Catalysis, Selective catalytic reduction and Space velocity, which intersect with Flue gas. His work in Adsorption covers topics such as Inorganic chemistry which are related to areas like Manganese and Calcination.
Combustion, Coal, Chemical engineering, Coal combustion products and Mineralogy are his primary areas of study. His Combustion research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Metallurgy, Particulates, Tube furnace and Flue gas. His Flue gas research includes elements of Inorganic chemistry and Chlorine.
His Coal study combines topics in areas such as Environmental chemistry and Particle-size distribution. His Chemical engineering research incorporates elements of Pellets, Adsorption, Sorbent, Chromatography and Calcination. The various areas that he examines in his Coal combustion products study include Combustor and Vaporization.
His primary scientific interests are in Coal, Combustion, Chemical engineering, Particulates and Adsorption. His Coal research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Metallurgy, Mineral, Alkali metal and Tube furnace. His Combustion study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Environmental chemistry, Ignition system, Inlet and Pulp and paper industry.
In his study, Mixing and Pollutant is strongly linked to Sintering, which falls under the umbrella field of Chemical engineering. His Adsorption study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Metal, Flue gas and Catalysis. His Flue gas research incorporates themes from Mercury, Inorganic chemistry, Calcination and Sorbent.
His main research concerns Coal, Catalysis, Char, Particulates and Combustion. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Chemical engineering and Coal. His research integrates issues of Adsorption, Water vapor, Silver nanoparticle, Mercury and Vanadium in his study of Catalysis.
He has included themes like Reaction intermediate, Cellulose, Carbon and Tar in his Char study. Minghou Xu interconnects Coal combustion products, Fly ash and Liquidus in the investigation of issues within Particulates. His studies in Combustion integrate themes in fields like Metallurgy, Alkali metal and Pulp and paper industry.
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Status of trace element emission in a coal combustion process: a review
Minghou Xu;Rong Yan;Chuguang Zheng;Yu Qiao.
Fuel Processing Technology (2004)
Effect of cellulose, lignin, alkali and alkaline earth metallic species on biomass pyrolysis and gasification
Dangzhen Lv;Minghou Xu;Xiaowei Liu;Zhonghua Zhan.
Fuel Processing Technology (2010)
Performance Enhancement of Calcium Oxide Sorbents for Cyclic CO2 Capture—A Review
Wenqiang Liu;Hui An;Changlei Qin;Junjun Yin.
Energy & Fuels (2012)
Coal combustion-generated aerosols: Formation and properties
Minghou Xu;Dunxi Yu;Hong Yao;Xiaowei Liu.
Proceedings of the Combustion Institute (2011)
Increasing oxygen functional groups of activated carbon with non-thermal plasma to enhance mercury removal efficiency for flue gases
Bi Zhang;Ping Xu;Yong Qiu;Qiao Yu.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2015)
Modeling of homogeneous mercury speciation using detailed chemical kinetics
Minghou Xu;Yu Qiao;Chuguang Zheng;Laicai Li.
Combustion and Flame (2003)
Modelling of the combustion process and NOx emission in a utility boiler
M Xu;J.L.T Azevedo;M.G Carvalho.
An improved Dijkstra’s shortest path algorithm for sparse network
M.H. Xu;Y.Q. Liu;Q.L. Huang;Y.X. Zhang.
Applied Mathematics and Computation (2007)
Enhanced performance of extruded–spheronized carbide slag pellets for high temperature CO2 capture
Jian Sun;Wenqiang Liu;Yingchao Hu;Jianqun Wu.
Chemical Engineering Journal (2016)
Ash particle formation during O2/CO2 combustion of pulverized coals
Changdong Sheng;Yi Li;Xiaowei Liu;Hong Yao.
Fuel Processing Technology (2007)
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