Javad AbbasianGTI Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering
Office: Room 140 Perlstein Hall
- B.S. from Abadan Insitute of Technology, Iran (Gas Eng., 1975)
- M.S. from Illinois Institute of Technology (Gas Eng., 1978)
- Ph.D. from Illinois Institute of Technology (Gas Eng., 1986)
- MBA from University of Chicago (1996)
Professor Abbasian's research interests are in the areas of high-temperature gas cleaning, pollution control and solid waste management, gas separation and purification, and process design and development.
"Utilization of Metal-Oxide-Containing Waste Materials for Hot Coal Gas Desulfurization," R.B. Slimane and J. Abbasian. Fuel Processing Technology, March 2000.
"Regenerable Mixed Metal Oxide Sorbents for Coal Gas Desulfurization at Moderate Temperatures," R.B. Slimane and J. Abbasian. Advances in Environmental Research, Vol. 4, Issue 2, Aug. 2000, pp.147-162.
"Copper-Based Sorbents for Coal Gas Desulfurization at Moderate Temperatures," R.B. Slimane and J. Abbasian. Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., Vol. 39, No. 5, 2000, 1338-1344.
"A Regenerable Copper-Based Sorbent for H2S Removal from Coal Gases" J. Abbasian and R.B. Slimane, Ind. Eng. Chem. Res., Vol. 37, No. 7, 2775-2782, 1998.
"Copper-Based Sorbents for "Low" Temperature Hot Coal Gas Desulfurization," J. Abbasian and R. B. Slimane (in preparation for submission to Energy &Fuels).
"Sulfur Removal in Advanced Two Stage Pressurized Fluidized Bed Combustion," J. Abbasian, A. H. Hill, J. R. Wangerow, and D. D. Banerjee (in preparation for submission to Fuel Processing Technology).
"Development of Improved Regenerable Sorbents for Flue Gas Desulfurization at Elevated Temperatures," J. Abbasian (in preparation for submission to International Journal of Environment and Pollution ).