Our world-leading experts publish their research on our key topics in leading journals from around the world.

Recent publications

Our most recent research papers cover all of our key research topics and more. View them all below, or visit our staff page to find links to historic publications.

Clery DS, Mason PE, Barnes DC, Szuhánszki J, Akram M, Jones JM, Pourkashanian M & Rayner CM (2021) The effect of biomass ashes and potassium salts on MEA degradation for BECCSInternational Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 108, 103305.

Aliyu AA, Akram M, Hughes KJ, Ma L, Ingham DB & Pourkashanian M (2021) Investigation into simulating Selective Exhaust Gas Recirculation and varying Pressurized Hot Water temperature on the performance of the Pilot-scale Advanced CO2 Capture Plant with 40 wt(%) MEAInternational Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 107, 103287.

Alborzi E, Dwyer MR, Parks CM, Sheikhansari A, Mielczarek DC, Zanganeh M, Meijer AJHM, Blakey SG & Pourkashanian M (2021) Construction of a reduced chemical kinetic mechanism for autoxidation of n-paraffinic solvent – A model for aviation fuelFuel.

Akram M, Milkowski K, Gibbins J & Pourkashanian M (2021) Controlling capture plants to avoid CO2 emissions penalties during peak load demandInternational Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control, 106.

Ismail MS, Mohamed AM, Poggio D & Pourkashanian M (2021) Direct contact membrane distillation : a sensitivity analysis and an outlook on membrane effective thermal conductivityJournal of Membrane Science.

Udeh GT, Michailos S, Ingham D, Hughes KJ, Ma L & Pourkashanian M (2021) A techno-enviro-economic assessment of a biomass fuelled micro-CCHP driven by a hybrid Stirling and ORC engineEnergy Conversion and Management, 227.

Xia D, Xu Y, Mannering J, Ma X, Ismail MS, Borman D, Baker DL, Pourkashanian M & Menzel R (2020) Tuning the electrical and solar thermal heating efficiencies of nanocarbon aerogelsChemistry of Materials.

Alshehri F, Beck S, Ingham D, Ma L & Pourkashanian M (2020) Technico-economic modelling of ground and air source heat pumps in a hot and dry climateProceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A: Journal of Power and Energy.

Find out more about our research team

Our research associates have expertise across the spectrum of low-carbon energy alternatives, with specialisms which support research in key areas. If our expertise doesn’t match your area of interest, our close links with the wider University of Sheffield enable us to redirect your query. Our team can also work with you to achieve your business and innovation goals more directly.

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