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
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- 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.
- Upgrading of liquid fuels by cavitation processing.
- Green fuel production from renewable resources.
- Controllability of hydrolysis in polyvinyl alcohol production.
- Evaluation of indigenous additives in warm mix asphalt behavior.
- Effect of catalyst on the growth mechanism of single wall carbon nanotubes produced from disintegration of methane molecules.
- Hydrocracking of heavy residual using mesoporous catalyst.
- Recycling of used motor oil via catalytic cracking.
- Recovery of organic compounds from aqueous solutions using pervaporation.