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Dr Aditya Putranto


Senior Lecturer and Sustainability Fellow at Institute of Sustainability
PhD (Monash) MSc GCHE AMIChemE FHEA

About

Areas of specialism

sustainable energy; sustainable environment; sustainable food; cleaner production; modeling and simulation; heat mass transfer processes

My qualifications

PhD
Monash University Australia
MSc
UNSW
MEng
Bandung Institute of Technology
BEng
Bandung Institute of Technology
Graduate Certificate of Higher Education Teaching
Queen's University Belfast

Research

Research interests

Teaching

Publications

Highlights

I have published 50+ peer-reviewed journal papers, including 5 papers in AIChE Journal, where one of them is acknowledged as the "Hottest Paper" by Wiley. 

 

Full publications are accessible in Google Scholar https://scholar.google.co.uk/citations?user=zocjfgEAAAAJ&hl=en

 

Key publications:

 

Book:

Chen, X.D., Putranto, A., 2013. Modeling Drying Processes: a Reaction Engineering Approach, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (ISBN: 9781107012103)

 

Journal papers:

Energy saving combination of N2 production, NH3 synthesis and power generation. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 42, 27174-27183

A new model to predict diffusive self-heating during composting incorporating the reaction engineering approach (REA) framework. Bioresource Technology 232, 211-221.

Drying of a system of multiple solvents: modeling by the reaction engineering approach (REA). AIChE Journal 62, 2144-2153.

Spatial reaction engineering approach (S-REA) as an alternative for non-equilibrium multiphase mass transfer model for drying of food and biological materials. AIChE Journal 59, 55-67