2023 - Research.com Chemistry in United Kingdom Leader Award
His study looks at the intersection of Agronomy and topics like Biomass (ecology) with Oceanography. His studies link Biomass (ecology) with Oceanography. His study brings together the fields of Raw material and Organic chemistry. As part of his studies on Raw material, he often connects relevant subjects like Organic chemistry. He merges Chemical engineering with Metallurgy in his study. His research on Metallurgy often connects related areas such as Coke. Paul T. Williams integrates several fields in his works, including Catalysis and Syngas. He brings together Syngas and Hydrogen production to produce work in his papers. Paul T. Williams incorporates Hydrogen production and Steam reforming in his studies.
His Adsorption research extends to the thematically linked field of Organic chemistry. As part of his studies on Adsorption, he often connects relevant areas like Organic chemistry. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Chemical engineering and Metallurgy in his research. He performs integrative Metallurgy and Chemical engineering research in his work. By researching both Catalysis and Syngas, Paul T. Williams produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His Pyrolysis study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Waste management. His work in Waste management is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Pyrolysis. In his study, Paul T. Williams carries out multidisciplinary Hydrogen and Hydrogen production research. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Hydrogen production and Steam reforming research.
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Waste treatment and disposal
Paul T. Williams.
Torrefaction of reed canary grass, wheat straw and willow to enhance solid fuel qualities and combustion properties
T. G. Bridgeman;J. M. Jones;I. F. Shield;P. T. Williams.
Comparison of products from the pyrolysis and catalytic pyrolysis of rice husks
Paul T Williams;Nittaya Nugranad.
The influence of temperature and heating rate on the slow pyrolysis of biomass
Paul T. Williams;Serpil Besler.
Renewable Energy (1996)
Influence of temperature on the products from the flash pyrolysis of biomass
Patrick A. Horne;Paul T. Williams.
Composition of oils derived from the batch pyrolysis of tyres
Adrian M. Cunliffe;Paul T. Williams.
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis (1998)
The pyrolysis of scrap automotive tyres
Paul T. Williams;Serpil Besler;David T. Taylor.
Composition of products from the pyrolysis of polyethylene and polystyrene in a closed batch reactor: Effects of temperature and residence time
Jude A. Onwudili;Nagi Insura;Paul T. Williams.
Journal of Analytical and Applied Pyrolysis (2009)
Separation and recovery of materials from scrap printed circuit boards
William J. Hall;Paul T. Williams.
Resources Conservation and Recycling (2007)
Pyrolysis of waste tyres: a review.
Paul T. Williams.
Waste Management (2013)
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