Omar Nashed
Omar Nashed
Chemical Engineering Department, Libya
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Experimental investigation on the dissociation conditions of methane hydrate in the presence of imidazolium-based ionic liquids
KM Sabil, O Nashed, B Lal, L Ismail, A Japper-Jaafar
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 84, 7-13, 2015
Review the impact of nanoparticles on the thermodynamics and kinetics of gas hydrate formation
O Nashed, B Partoon, B Lal, KM Sabil, AM Shariff
Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering 55, 452-465, 2018
The impact of amino acids on methane hydrate phase boundary and formation kinetics
CB Bavoh, O Nashed, MS Khan, B Partoon, B Lal, AM Sharif
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 117, 48-53, 2018
COSMO-RS: An ionic liquid prescreening tool for gas hydrate mitigation
CB Bavoh, B Lal, O Nashed, MS Khan, LK Keong, MA Bustam
Chinese journal of chemical engineering 24 (11), 1619-1624, 2016
Experimental and modelling studies on thermodynamic methane hydrate inhibition in the presence of ionic liquids
O Nashed, D Dadebayev, MS Khan, CB Bavoh, B Lal, AM Shariff
Journal of Molecular Liquids 249, 886-891, 2018
Impacts of ammonium based ionic liquids alkyl chain on thermodynamic hydrate inhibition for carbon dioxide rich binary gas
MS Khan, CB Bavoh, B Partoon, O Nashed, B Lal, NB Mellon
Journal of Molecular Liquids 261, 283-290, 2018
Mean induction time and isothermal kinetic analysis of methane hydrate formation in water and imidazolium based ionic liquid solutions
O Nashed, KM Sabil, L Ismail, A Japper-Jaafar, B Lal
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 117, 147-154, 2018
Chemical additives for gas hydrates
B Lal, O Nashed
Springer Nature, 2019
Investigation of functionalized carbon nanotubes' performance on carbon dioxide hydrate formation
O Nashed, B Partoon, B Lal, KM Sabil, AM Shariff
Energy 174, 602-610, 2019
Study of 1-(2-hydroxyethyle) 3-methylimidazolium halide as thermodynamic inhibitors
O Nashed, KM Sabil, B Lal, L Ismail, AJ Jaafar
Applied Mechanics and Materials 625, 337-340, 2014
Scalable bio-friendly method for production of homogeneous metal oxide nanoparticles using green bovine skin gelatin
MS Alnarabiji, N Yahya, Y Hamed, SEM Ardakani, K Azizi, JJ Klemeš, ...
Journal of Cleaner Production 162, 186-194, 2017
Physical-chemical Properties of Aqueous TBAOH Solution for Gas Hydrates Promotion
O Nashed, CHK Josephine, L Bhajan
Procedia Engineering 148, 1351–1356, 2016
Gas Hydrate Equilibrium Measurement of Methane + Carbon Dioxide + Tetrahydrofuran+ Water System at High CO2 Concentrations
B Partoon, O Nashed, Z Kassim, KM Sabil, J Sangwai, B Lal
Procedia Engineering 148, 1220-1224, 2016
Experimental and modeling studies on enhancing the thermodynamic hydrate inhibition performance of monoethylene glycol via synergistic green material
A Bharathi, O Nashed, B Lal, KS Foo
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-10, 2021
Kinematic study of methane hydrate formation and self-preservation in the presence of functionalized carbon nanotubes
O Nashed, B Lal, B Partoon, KM Sabil, Y Hamed
Energy & Fuels 33 (8), 7684-7695, 2019
Gas hydrate promoters
B Lal, O Nashed, O Nashed, B Lal, AM Shariff, KM Sabil
Chemical Additives for Gas Hydrates, 47-65, 2020
Ionic liquids as gas hydrate thermodynamic inhibitors
CB Bavoh, O Nashed, AN Rehman, NAAB Othaman, B Lal, KM Sabil
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 60 (44), 15835-15873, 2021
Investigating the effect of silver nanoparticles on carbon dioxide hydrates formation
O Nashed, SM Youssouf, KM Sabil, AM Shariff, S Sufian, B Lal
IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering 458 (1), 012058, 2018
Hydrate Equilibrium Measurement of Single CO2 and CH4 Hydrates Using Micro DSC
Omar Nashed, Khalik M. Sabil, Lukman Ismail, Azuraien Japper-Jaafar
Journal of Applied Sciences 14 (23), 3364-3368, 2014
Formation Kinetics and Self-Preservation of CO2 Hydrates in the Presence of Carboxylated Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes
K Mohamad Sabil, O Nashed, B Lal, KS Foo
International Petroleum Technology Conference, 2021
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