Shamsuzzaman Farooq focuses on Adsorption, Pressure swing adsorption, Chromatography, Methane and Molecular sieve. His research integrates issues of Mass transfer, Chemical engineering and Diffusion in his study of Adsorption. The concepts of his Pressure swing adsorption study are interwoven with issues in Thermal diffusivity, Separation process and Langmuir.
His Methane research focuses on Carbon and how it connects with Natural gas and Langmuir adsorption model. Shamsuzzaman Farooq interconnects Microporous material and Zeolite in the investigation of issues within Molecular sieve. His Vacuum swing adsorption research incorporates themes from Waste management, Flue gas and Cabin pressurization.
His primary scientific interests are in Adsorption, Pressure swing adsorption, Chemical engineering, Molecular sieve and Chromatography. His Adsorption research includes elements of Zeolite, Flue gas, Methane and Diffusion. His work deals with themes such as Thermal diffusivity, Air separation, Phase and Analytical chemistry, which intersect with Pressure swing adsorption.
His Chemical engineering study combines topics in areas such as Propane and Moisture. His Propane research focuses on Activated carbon and how it relates to Hydrocarbon. His Molecular sieve study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Carbon and Oxygen.
Shamsuzzaman Farooq spends much of his time researching Liquefied natural gas, Process engineering, Regasification, Natural gas and Adsorption. His Liquefied natural gas research includes themes of Gas compressor, Boiling and Automotive engineering. Shamsuzzaman Farooq has researched Process engineering in several fields, including Distillation, Vapor-compression evaporation, Optimization problem and Particle swarm optimization.
The Natural gas study combines topics in areas such as Pressure swing adsorption and Air separation. His work focuses on many connections between Pressure swing adsorption and other disciplines, such as Nitrogen, that overlap with his field of interest in Chemical engineering. He studies Vacuum swing adsorption, a branch of Adsorption.
Shamsuzzaman Farooq mainly investigates Process engineering, Regasification, Process optimization, Liquefied natural gas and Distillation. His Process engineering research integrates issues from Hydrogen and Air separation. His Air separation study incorporates themes from Scientific method, Pressure swing adsorption and Optimization problem.
As a part of the same scientific family, Shamsuzzaman Farooq mostly works in the field of Regasification, focusing on LNG storage tank and, on occasion, Nuclear engineering and Structural engineering. The various areas that Shamsuzzaman Farooq examines in his Process optimization study include Chromatography, Adsorption and Natural gas. His research in Distillation intersects with topics in Sensible heat, Vapor-compression evaporation, Particle swarm optimization, Propane and Gas compressor.
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Comparison of isotherm models for hydrocarbon adsorption on activated carbon
A. Malek;S. Farooq.
Aiche Journal (1996)
Multiobjective Optimization of a Four-Step Adsorption Process for Postcombustion CO2 Capture Via Finite Volume Simulation
Reza Haghpanah;Aniruddha Majumder;Ricky Nilam;Arvind Rajendran.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2013)
Kinetics of hydrocarbon adsorption on activated carbon and silica gel
A. Malek;S. Farooq.
Aiche Journal (1997)
CO2 capture from dry flue gas by vacuum swing adsorption: A pilot plant study
Shreenath Krishnamurthy;Vemula Rama Rao;Sathishkumar Guntuka;Paul Sharratt.
Aiche Journal (2014)
Numerical simulation of a pressure swing adsorption oxygen unit
S. Farooq;D.M. Ruthven;H.A. Boniface.
Chemical Engineering Science (1989)
Hydrogen purification from refinery fuel gas by pressure swing adsorption
A. Malek;S. Farooq.
Aiche Journal (1998)
Cycle synthesis and optimization of a VSA process for postcombustion CO2 capture
Reza Haghpanah;Ricky Nilam;Arvind Rajendran;Shamsuzzaman Farooq.
Aiche Journal (2013)
Numerical simulation of a kinetically controlled pressure swing adsorption bulk separation process based on a diffusion model
S. Farooq;D.M. Ruthven.
Chemical Engineering Science (1991)
Separation of Methane–Nitrogen Mixture by Pressure Swing Adsorption for Natural Gas Upgrading
S. J. Bhadra;S. Farooq.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (2011)
Modeling and simulation of a biofilter
Md. Amanullah;S. Farooq;Shekar Viswanathan.
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research (1999)
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