ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR. DR. TYE CHING THIAN

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DR. TYE CHING THIAN

Qualifications: B.Eng., M.Sc. (USM), Ph.D. (British Columbia)
Expertise: Reaction Engineering, Heavy Oil Processing Catalysis, Modelling & Simulation

 

    1. Tew C.W., Tye C.T., Hamzah M.O. and Golchin B. Properties of Asphalt Binders with the Residue from Pyrolysis of Biomass as the Warm Mix Additive. Int J Pet Res.1(1), 2017,1-5.
    2. Chang, W.H. and Tye, C.T. Catalytic Craking of Used Palm Oil Using Composite Zeolite. The Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences, 17 (1), 2013, 176 – 184.
    3. Chiam, L.T. and Tye, C.T. Deoxygenation of Plant Fatty Acid Using NiSnK/SiO2 As Catalyst. The Malaysian Journal of Analytical Sciences, 17 (1), 2013, 129 – 138.
    4. Looi P.Y., Mohamed A.R., and Tye C.T. Synthesis and Characterization of Mesoporous Molybdenum Catalysts for Hydrocracking of Atmospheric Residual Oil. Journal of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology,13, 2013, 6988-6995.
    5. Hamzah M.O., Golchin B., Tye C.T. Determination of the optimum binder content of warm mix asphalt incorporating Rediset using response surface method, Construction and Building Materials, 47, 2013, 1328–1336.
    1. Upgrading of liquid fuels by cavitation processing.
    2. Green fuel production from renewable resources.
    3. Controllability of hydrolysis in polyvinyl alcohol production.
    1. Evaluation of indigenous additives in warm mix asphalt behavior.
    2. Effect of catalyst on the growth mechanism of single wall carbon nanotubes produced from disintegration of methane molecules.
    1. Hydrocracking of heavy residual using mesoporous catalyst.
    2. Recycling of used motor oil via catalytic cracking.
    3. Recovery of organic compounds from aqueous solutions using pervaporation.