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HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2014) Application of carbon materials in redox flow batteries. Journal of Power Sources.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2013) Dynamic and predictive control of gas phase polymerization in fluidized bed reactors. Chinese Journal of Chemical Engineering.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2013) EDOX FLOW BATTERY FOR ENERGY STORAGE: A REVIEW. Arabian Journal for Science and Engineering.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2013) Multilinear-Model Predictive Control of a Tubular Solid Oxide Fuel Cell System. Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2013) Thermal stress management of a solid oxide fuel cell using neural network predictive control. Energy.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2012) Dynamic modelling and sensitivity analysis of a tubular SOFC fuelled with NH3 as a possible replacement for H2. Chemical Engineering Research Design, 90 (11). 1871- 1882.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2012) Modeling of a tubular-SOFC: the effect of the thermal radiation of fuel components and CO participating in the electrochemical process. Fuel Cells.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2012) Neural Network Predictive Control of a SOFC Fuelled with Ammonia. International Journal of Electrochemical Science.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2012) On site electrochemical production of sodium hypochlorite disinfectant for a power plant utilizing seawater. International Journal of Electrochemical Science.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2011) Electrokinetic remediation of nickel from low permeability soil. International Journal of Electrochemical Science.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2011) Progress in Flow Battery Research a Review. Journal of the Electrochemical Society.

HAJIMOLANA, SEYEDAHMAD (2009) Dynamics and Control of a Tubular Solid-Oxide Fuel Cell. Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research, 48. pp. 6112-6125.

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