His scientific interests lie mostly in Waste management, Municipal solid waste, Incineration, Inorganic chemistry and Combustion. His Waste management study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Heat of combustion and Syngas. In his study, Thermogravimetric analysis and Volatilisation is inextricably linked to Pyrolysis, which falls within the broad field of Municipal solid waste.
His Incineration research includes elements of Environmental chemistry, Leachate and Bottom ash, Fly ash. His studies in Inorganic chemistry integrate themes in fields like Flue gas, Desorption, Adsorption, Catalysis and Copper. His research investigates the connection between Combustion and topics such as Air pollution that intersect with issues in Environmental engineering and Environmental protection.
His primary areas of study are Waste management, Incineration, Chemical engineering, Catalysis and Inorganic chemistry. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Combustion and Waste management. His research ties Fly ash and Incineration together.
Mingjiang Ni combines subjects such as Environmental chemistry and Hydrothermal circulation with his study of Fly ash. His Catalysis research focuses on Catalytic oxidation in particular. Mingjiang Ni has researched Inorganic chemistry in several fields, including Decomposition, Adsorption, Selective catalytic reduction, Oxygen and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy.
His main research concerns Incineration, Municipal solid waste, Chemical engineering, Fly ash and Hydrothermal circulation. His study in Incineration is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Bottom ash and Efficient energy use. To a larger extent, Mingjiang Ni studies Waste management with the aim of understanding Municipal solid waste.
His Waste-to-energy, Municipal solid waste management and Food waste study in the realm of Waste management connects with subjects such as Environmental impact assessment. Mingjiang Ni interconnects Cation-exchange capacity, Water splitting, Mineralization and Adsorption in the investigation of issues within Chemical engineering. His Fly ash study incorporates themes from Environmental chemistry, Mass spectrometry, Hydrothermal treatment and Microwave assisted.
Mingjiang Ni mainly investigates Incineration, Municipal solid waste, Waste-to-energy, Waste management and Life cycle thinking. His Incineration study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Syngas. His Municipal solid waste research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Energy consumption and Char.
His Waste-to-energy study combines topics in areas such as Bottom ash, Combined cycle, Efficient energy use and Emission standard. The Waste management study combines topics in areas such as Rankine cycle and Anaerobic digestion. His Life cycle thinking studies intersect with other disciplines such as Engineering management, Life cycle costing, Extension and Reliability engineering.
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A review on solar stills for brine desalination
Gang Xiao;Xihui Wang;Mingjiang Ni;Fei Wang.
Applied Energy (2013)
Performance improvement of a nanofluid solar collector based on direct absorption collection (DAC) concepts
Zhongyang Luo;Cheng Wang;Wei Wei;Gang Xiao.
International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer (2014)
Mercury Oxidation over a Vanadia-based Selective Catalytic Reduction Catalyst
Sheng He;Jinsong Zhou;Yanqun Zhu;Zhongyang Luo.
Energy & Fuels (2009)
Energy–environment–economy assessment of waste management systems from a life cycle perspective: Model development and case study
Jun Dong;Yong Chi;Daoan Zou;Chao Fu.
Applied Energy (2014)
Non-Thermal Plasmas for VOCs Abatement
Gang Xiao;Weiping Xu;Rongbing Wu;Mingjiang Ni.
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing (2014)
Life cycle assessment of pyrolysis, gasification and incineration waste-to-energy technologies: Theoretical analysis and case study of commercial plants.
Jun Dong;Jun Dong;Yuanjun Tang;Ange Nzihou;Yong Chi.
Science of The Total Environment (2018)
Predicting coal ash fusion temperature with a back-propagation neural network model
Chungen Yin;Zhongyang Luo;Mingjiang Ni;Kefa Cen.
Granular bed filter: A promising technology for hot gas clean-up
Gang Xiao;Xihui Wang;Jiapeng Zhang;Mingjiang Ni.
Powder Technology (2013)
Destruction of toluene by rotating gliding arc discharge
Fengsen Zhu;Xiaodong Li;Hao Zhang;Angjian Wu.
A model for performance optimization of wet flue gas desulfurization systems of power plants
Yi Zhong;Xiang Gao;Wang Huo;Zhong-yang Luo.
Fuel Processing Technology (2008)
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