Dr. jai prakash kushwaha
Dr. jai prakash kushwaha
Associate Professor, Chemical Engg Dept., Thapar Institute of Engg. & Technology, Patiala, Punjab
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An overview of various technologies for the treatment of dairy wastewaters
JP Kushwaha, VC Srivastava, ID Mall
Critical reviews in food science and nutrition 51 (5), 442-452, 2011
Organics removal from dairy wastewater by electrochemical treatment and residue disposal
JP Kushwaha, VC Srivastava, ID Mall
Separation and Purification Technology 76 (2), 198-205, 2010
Treatment of dairy wastewater by commercial activated carbon and bagasse fly ash: Parametric, kinetic and equilibrium modelling, disposal studies
JP Kushwaha, VC Srivastava, ID Mall
Bioresource technology 101 (10), 3474-3483, 2010
Treatment of dairy wastewater by inorganic coagulants: Parametric and disposal studies.
JP Kushwaha, VC Srivastava, ID Mall
Water research; 44 (20), 5867-5874, 2010
A review on sugar industry wastewater: sources, treatment technologies, and reuse
JP Kushwaha
Desalination and Water Treatment 53 (2), 309-318, 2015
Quinoline adsorption onto granular activated carbon and bagasse fly ash
D Rameshraja, VC Srivastava, JP Kushwaha, ID Mall
Chemical Engineering Journal 181, 343-351, 2012
Electro-oxidation of Ofloxacin antibiotic by dimensionally stable Ti/RuO2 anode: Evaluation and mechanistic approach
R Kaur, JP Kushwaha, N Singh
Chemosphere 193, 685-694, 2018
Amoxicillin electro-catalytic oxidation using Ti/RuO2 anode: mechanism, oxidation products and degradation pathway
R Kaur, JP Kushwaha, N Singh
Electrochimica Acta 296, 856-866, 2019
Evaluation and disposability study of actual textile wastewater treatment by electro-oxidation method using Ti/RuO2 anode
P Kaur, JP Kushwaha, VK Sangal
Process Safety and Environmental Protection 111, 13-22, 2017
Electrocatalytic oxidative treatment of real textile wastewater in continuous reactor: degradation pathway and disposability study
P Kaur, JP Kushwaha, VK Sangal
Journal of Hazardous Materials 346, 242-252, 2018
Parametric study of electro‑Fenton treatment for real textile wastewater, disposal study and its cost analysis
P Kaur, VK Sangal, JP Kushwaha
International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, …, 2018
Parametric and multiple response optimization for the electrochemical treatment of textile printing dye-bath effluent
B Mondal, VC Srivastava, JP Kushwaha, R Bhatnagar, S Singh, ID Mall
Separation and Purification Technology; 109, 135-143, 2013
Studies on electrochemical treatment of dairy wastewater using aluminum electrode
J Prakash Kushwaha, V Chandra Srivastava, I Deo Mall
AIChE Journal 57 (9), 2589-2598, 2011
Electro-oxidation of amoxicillin trihydrate in continuous reactor by Ti/RuO2 anode
R Kaur, JP Kushwaha, N Singh
Science of The Total Environment 677, 84-97, 2019
Sequential batch reactor for dairy wastewater treatment: parametric optimization; kinetics and waste sludge disposal
JP Kushwaha, VC Srivastava, ID Mall
Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering 1 (4), 1036-1043, 2013
Transformation products and degradation pathway of textile industry wastewater pollutants in Electro-Fenton process
P Kaur, JP Kushwaha, VK Sangal
Chemosphere 207, 690-698, 2018
Performance and mechanism of dye extraction from aqueous solution using synthesized deep eutectic solvents
P Kaur, N Rajani, P Kumawat, N Singh, JP Kushwaha
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 539, 85-91, 2018
Electrocoagulation of Soluble Oil Wastewater: Parametric and Kinetic Study
VK Sangal, IM Mishra, JP Kushwaha
Separation Science and Technology 48 (7), 1062-1072, 2013
Modeling and evaluation of electro-oxidation of dye wastewater using artificial neural networks
P Kaur, VK Sangal, JP Kushwaha
RSC Advances 5, 34663-34671, 2015
Optimization of acrylic acid grafting onto polypropylene using response surface methodology and its biodegradability
DK Mandal, H Bhunia, PK Bajpai, JP Kushwaha, CV Chaudhari, ...
Radiation Physics and Chemistry 132, 71-81, 2017
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