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Dr. Naveen Dwivedi
Dr. Naveen Dwivedi
Associate Professor & Head, Department of Biotechnology, SD College of Engineering &Technology
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Biological Treatment of Cyanide Containing Wastewater
MPDS Dwivedi Naveen, Majumder C.B.
Res. J. Chem. Sci. 1 (7), 15-21, 2011
212*2011
Comparative investigation on the removal of cyanide from aqueous solution using two different bioadsorbents
ND Chandrajit Balomajumder, Prsenjit Mondal
Water Resources and Industry 15, 28–40, 2016
372016
Efficacy of microorganisms in the removal of toxic materials from industrial effluents
N Dwivedi, S Dwivedi, CO Adetunji
Microbial Rejuvenation of Polluted Environment, 325-358, 2021
162021
Influence of Hall current on hydromagnetic natural convective flow between two vertical concentric cylinders in presence of heat source/sink
N Dwivedi, A Kumar Singh
Heat Transfer 49 (3), 1402-1417, 2020
132020
Comparative evaluation of cyanide removal by adsorption, biodegradation, and simultaneous adsorption and biodegradation (SAB) process using Bacillus cereus and almond shell
ND Chandrajit Balomajumder, Prasenjit Mondal
Journal of Environmental Biology 37, 551-556, 2016
112016
Study for the treatment of Cyanide bearing Wastewater using Bioadsorbent Prunus Amygdalus (Almond shell): Effect of pH, adsorbent dose, Contact Time, Temperature, and initial …
Naveen Dwivedi, C. B. Majumder and P. Mondal
Int. Res. J. Environment Sci. 3 (1), 23-30, 2014
92014
Transient free convective hydromagnetic flow in an infinite vertical cylinder with Hall current and heat source/sink
N Dwivedi, AK Singh
Heat Transfer 49 (8), 4091-4108, 2020
82020
Natural convection between vertical walls due to point/line heat source/sink
N Dwivedi, AK Singh, A Kumar
International Journal of Applied and Computational Mathematics 5 (3), 1-11, 2019
82019
Studies of Kinetic and Equilibrium isotherm models for the sorption of cyanide ion on to almond shell
D Naveen
Res. J. Chem. Sci. 4 (2), 20-24, 2014
72014
Bioremoval of cyanide from aqueous solution using Tectona grandis leaves powder: a potential bioadsorbent
ND Chandrajit Balomajumder and Prasenjit Mondal
Int. J. Environmental Technology and Management, 2016
42016
Effect of point/line heat source and Hall current on free convective flow between two vertical walls
N Dwivedi, AK Singh
Pramana 94 (1), 1-8, 2020
32020
Applications of Microorganisms in Biodegradation of Cyanide from Wastewater
N Dwivedi, C Balomajumder, P Mondal
Advances in Microbial Biotechnology, 301-328, 2018
32018
Importance of geology in construction and prevent the hazards
S Prakash, SK Singh, PA Jain, N Dwivedi, S Dwivedi, VK Mishra, ...
Libr. Adv. Appl. Sci 6, 75-80, 2015
32015
Effect of a Point/Line Heat Source on Hydromagnetic Free Convection between Vertical Walls due to Induced Magnetic Field
N Dwivedi, AK Singh
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, India Section A: Physical …, 2020
22020
Utilisation and management of agriculture and food processing waste
S Pandey, N Dwivedi
Innovations in Food Technology, 269-288, 2020
22020
Losses in sugarcane varieties BO 70 and BO 74 due to red rot.
SP Pandey, S Kumar, NB Dwivedi, V Kumar, B Kumar
Indian Phytopathology 53 (3), 333-334, 2000
22000
Effect of line/point heat source and Hall current with induced magnetic field on free convective flow in vertical walls
N Dwivedi, AK Singh
Indian Journal of Physics 96 (1), 169-179, 2022
12022
Transient free convection of a second‐grade fluid flowing in a vertical cylinder
N Dwivedi, AK Singh, AK Singh
Heat Transfer 50 (2), 1218-1231, 2021
12021
Importance of bioinformatics for development of neglected and underutilized (Orphan) crops in India
VK Mishra, RR Mishra, A Singh, P Maurya, PA Jain, N Dwivedi, RP Singh, ...
Agrica 5 (1), 20-29, 2016
12016
Fusion of Knowledge Management for Sustainable Development of GIS & Remote Sensing
VK Mishra, S Prakash, SK Singh, PA Jain, N Dwivedi, S Dwivedi, ...
International Journal of Advanced Remote Sensing and GIS 4 (1), 1262-1270, 2015
12015
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