While treating the industrially produced wastes through various processes such as physical, chemical, biological and radiation processes have been implemented on various scales and is the focus of various studies and development, the trend of minimizing and/or eliminating the pollutions at the source via developing and selecting proper catalytic multiphase reactors is worth to be given proper attention and consideration which is the focus of this manuscript beside outlining the processes used for treating the wastes. In order to achieve such goal in minimizing the wastes, these multiphase reactors must be well understood, studied, scaled up and designed. This can be only achieved by developing and implementing advanced measurement and computing techniques which have been developed in our research laboratory and are briefly outlined here with selected results.
M. H. Al-Dahhan, "Trends in Minimizing and Treating Industrial Wastes for Sustainable Environment," Procedia Engineering, vol. 138, pp. 347 - 368, Elsevier, Jul 2016.
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Engineering Research; Industrial Wastes; Research Laboratories; Wastes; Computing Techniques; Multi-Phase Reactor; Radiation Process; Scaled-Up; Sustainable Environment; Radioactive Waste Disposal; Advanced Measurement and Computing Techniques; Minimizing the Wastes; Multiphase Reactors
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