DR. IRVAN DAHLAN

DR. IRVAN DAHLAN

Qualifications: B.Eng. (Unsyiah), M.Sc., Ph.D. (USM)
Expertise: Air Pollution Engineering, Wastewater Treatment, Enzyme/Environmental Catalysis

 

    1. Zwain, H.M., Aziz, H.A., Zaman, N.Q. & Dahlan, I.* (2016). Effect of inoculum to substrate ratio on the performance of modified anaerobic inclining baffled reactor treating recycled paper mill effluent. Desalination and Water Treatment, 57: 10169-10180. 
    2. Hassan, S.R., Zaman, N.Q. & Dahlan, I.* (2015). Effect of organic loading rate on anaerobic digestion: Case study on recycled paper mill effluent using modified anaerobic hybrid baffled (MAHB) reactor. KSCE Journal of Civil Engineering, 19(5): 1271-1276 
    3. Dahlan, I.* & Noor, A.S.M. (2014). A Study on the removal characteristic of acid violet dye from synthetic wastewater using a novel RHA/PFA/CFA sorbent. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 13(1): 197-204.
    4. Dahlan, I.* & Razali, M.H.M (2012). Waste-derived siliceous materials as a novel sorbent for removal of Ni2+ from aqueous solutions. Water, Air and Soil Pollution, 223: 2495-2501.
    5. Dahlan, I., Lee, K.T., Kamaruddin, A.H. & Mohamed, A.R. (2011). Sorption of SO2 and NO from simulated flue gas over rice husk ash (RHA)/CaO/CeO2 sorbent: Evaluation of deactivation kinetic parameters. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 185: 1609-1613.
    1. Wastewater treatment using modified hybridized anaerobic baffled bioreactor
    2. Development and optimization of degradable and reusable waste-derived siliceous magnetic hydrogels: Potential application in catalysis and controlled drug release.
    3. Development of waste-derived siliceous materials as an adsorbent
    1. Siti Roshayu Hassan (2016). Anaerobic digestion of recycled paper mill effluent (RPME) using modified anaerobic hybrid baffled (MAHB) reactor. (Completed)
    2. Haider Mohammed Naima Zwain (2016). Treatment of recycled paper mill effluent using modified anaerobic inclining-baffled reactor. (Completed)
    3. Sariyah Mahdzir (on-going). Study of RHA/PFA/CFA adsorbent for removal of dye containing wastewater.
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