Sung-Gwan Park
Sung-Gwan Park
Korea Maritime and Ocean University
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A review on self-sustainable microbial electrolysis cells for electro-biohydrogen production via coupling with carbon-neutral renewable energy technologies
E Yang, HO Mohamed, SG Park, M Obaid, SY Al-Qaradawi, P Castaņo, ...
Bioresource technology 320, 124363, 2021
Methanogenesis stimulation and inhibition for the production of different target electrobiofuels in microbial electrolysis cells through an on-demand control strategy using the …
SG Park, C Rhee, SG Shin, J Shin, HO Mohamed, YJ Choi, KJ Chae
Environment international 131, 105006, 2019
Nickel nanorods over nickel foam as standalone anode for direct alkaline methanol and ethanol fuel cell
T Eisa, HO Mohamed, YJ Choi, SG Park, R Ali, MA Abdelkareem, SE Oh, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45 (10), 5948-5959, 2020
A sulfonated poly (arylene ether sulfone)/polyimide nanofiber composite proton exchange membrane for microbial electrolysis cell application under the coexistence of diverse …
SG Park, KJ Chae, M Lee
Journal of Membrane Science 540, 165-173, 2017
Transition metal nanoparticles doped carbon paper as a cost-effective anode in a microbial fuel cell powered by pure and mixed biocatalyst cultures
HO Mohamed, ET Sayed, M Obaid, YJ Choi, SG Park, S Al-Qaradawi, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 43 (46), 21560-21571, 2018
Addressing scale-up challenges and enhancement in performance of hydrogen-producing microbial electrolysis cell through electrode modifications
SG Park, PP Rajesh, YU Sim, DA Jadhav, MT Noori, DH Kim, ...
Energy Reports 8, 2726-2746, 2022
Electrophoretically fabricated nickel/nickel oxides as cost effective nanocatalysts for the oxygen reduction reaction in air-cathode microbial fuel cell
YJ Choi, HO Mohamed, SG Park, RB Al Mayyahi, M Al-Dhaifallah, H Rezk, ...
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 45 (10), 5960-5970, 2020
Scalability of microbial electrochemical technologies: Applications and challenges
DA Jadhav, SG Park, S Pandit, E Yang, MA Abdelkareem, JK Jang, ...
Bioresource Technology 345, 126498, 2022
Enhancing power generation in microbial fuel cell using tungsten carbide on reduced graphene oxide as an efficient anode catalyst material
HO Mohamed, SA Talas, ET Sayed, SG Park, T Eisa, MA Abdelkareem, ...
Energy 229, 120702, 2021
Long-term effects of anti-biofouling proton exchange membrane using silver nanoparticles and polydopamine on the performance of microbial electrolysis cells
SG Park, PP Rajesh, MH Hwang, KH Chu, S Cho, KJ Chae
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 46 (20), 11345-11356, 2021
Tracking microbial community shifts during recovery process in overloaded anaerobic digesters under biological and non-biological supplementation strategies
C Rhee, SG Park, DW Kim, SI Yu, J Shin, S Hwang, SG Shin
Bioresource Technology 340, 125614, 2021
Outstanding performance of direct urea/hydrogen peroxide fuel cell based on precious metal-free catalyst electrodes
T Eisa, SG Park, HO Mohamed, MA Abdelkareem, J Lee, E Yang, ...
Energy 228, 120584, 2021
Current outlook towards feasibility and sustainability of ceramic membranes for practical scalable applications of microbial fuel cells
DA Jadhav, SG Park, T Eisa, AK Mungray, EC Madenli, AG Olabi, ...
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 167, 112769, 2022
Tailoring a highly conductive and super-hydrophilic electrode for biocatalytic performance of microbial electrolysis cells
SG Park, C Rhee, DA Jadhav, T Eisa, RB Al-Mayyahi, SG Shin, ...
Science of The Total Environment 856 (Part 1), 159105, 2023
Unraveling the influence of magnetic field on microbial and electrogenic activities in bioelectrochemical systems: A comprehensive review
RB Al-Mayyahi, SG Park, DA Jadhav, M Hussien, HO Mohamed, ...
Fuel 331, 125889, 2023
Mapping microbial dynamics in anaerobic digestion system linked with organic composition of substrates: Protein and lipid
C Rhee, SG Park, SI Yu, T Dalantai, J Shin, KJ Chae, SG Shin
Energy 275, 127411, 2023
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