His primary scientific interests are in Pyrolysis, Environmental chemistry, Combustion, Hydrocarbon and Inorganic chemistry. His Pyrolysis study incorporates themes from Sludge, Gas chromatography, Carbon and Nitrogen. His study in Nitrogen is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Nutrient and Biochar.
In his study, Bituminous coal and Char is strongly linked to Mineralogy, which falls under the umbrella field of Combustion. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Atmosphere, Ethylene and Gasoline. His Inorganic chemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Decomposition, Catalysis and Pyridine.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Coal, Environmental chemistry, Pyrolysis, Combustion and Inorganic chemistry. The concepts of his Coal study are interwoven with issues in Tar and Mineralogy. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Environmental chemistry, focusing on Mercury and, on occasion, Flue gas.
His Pyrolysis study contributes to a more complete understanding of Organic chemistry. His Combustion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Air pollution, Waste management, Particulates and Pollutant. His Inorganic chemistry research also works with subjects such as
Peter F. Nelson mainly investigates Astronomy, Planet, Particulates, Environmental engineering and Planetary system. His Particulates research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Combustion, Mass concentration, Environmental justice and Coal fired. His work in Combustion tackles topics such as Aerosol which are related to areas like Atmospheric sciences and Ultrafine particle.
His research integrates issues of Quality, Fossil fuel and Air pollution, Emission inventory in his study of Environmental engineering. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fishing, Pollutant and Air quality index in addition to Air pollution. His Air quality index research includes themes of Environmental chemistry, Particle size, Steelmaking and Elemental analysis.
His primary areas of investigation include Planet, Planetary system, Orbital period, Astrophysics and Air pollution. His Planet study is concerned with the field of Astronomy as a whole. His Orbital period research incorporates themes from Accretion, Spectroscopy, White dwarf and Polar.
His work in the fields of Astrophysics, such as Saturn, Gas giant, Surface gravity and Scale height, intersects with other areas such as Subgiant. His Air pollution research incorporates elements of Smoke, Environmental engineering, Diesel fuel, Particulates and Fossil fuel. His study in Environmental engineering is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Tonne, Combustion, Emission inventory, Pollutant and Weather Research and Forecasting Model.
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Influence of pyrolysis temperature on production and nutrient properties of wastewater sludge biochar.
Mustafa K. Hossain;Vladimir Strezov;K. Yin Chan;Artur Ziolkowski.
Journal of Environmental Management (2011)
Agronomic properties of wastewater sludge biochar and bioavailability of metals in production of cherry tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum)
Mustafa K. Hossain;Vladimir Strezov;K. Yin Chan;Peter F. Nelson.
Speciation of As, Cr, Se and Hg under coal fired power station conditions
Pushan Shah;Vladimir Strezov;Kathryn Prince;Peter F. Nelson.
Formation and fate of PAH during the pyrolysis and fuel-rich combustion of coal primary tar
E.B. Ledesma;E.B. Ledesma;M.A. Kalish;P.F. Nelson;M.J. Wornat.
Shock tube pyrolysis of pyridine
John C. Mackie;Meredith B. Colket;Peter F. Nelson.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1990)
The m,p-xylenes:ethylbenzene ratio. A technique for estimating hydrocarbon age in ambient atmospheres
P.F. Nelson;S.M. Quigley.
Atmospheric Environment (1983)
The hydrocarbon composition of exhaust emitted from gasoline fuelled vehicles
P.F. Nelson;S.M. Quigley.
Atmospheric Environment (1984)
Effects of vehicle type and fuel quality on real world toxic emissions from diesel vehicles
Peter F. Nelson;Anne R. Tibbett;Stuart J. Day.
Atmospheric Environment (2008)
Fine ash formation during combustion of pulverised coal–coal property impacts
B.J.P. Buhre;J.T. Hinkley;R.P. Gupta;P.F. Nelson.
Shock Tube Pyrolysis of Pyrrole and Kinetic Modeling
John C. Mackie;Meredith B. Colket;Peter F. Nelson;Michael Esler.
International Journal of Chemical Kinetics (1991)
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