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Biofuels                  Energy and Environment                  Wind Energy

 

1 Book           4 Book Chapters          93 Papers

 

Biofuels

Journal Papers

  1. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Degradation of cellulose in dilute aqueous solutions of acidic ionic liquid 1-(1-propylsulfonic)-3-methylimidazolium chloride, and p-toluenesulfonic acid at moderate temperatures and pressures. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2011. 50(21): p. 12276-12280.
  2. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Synthesis of an Immobilized Brönsted Acidic Ionic Liquid Catalyst and Hydrolysis of Cellulose in Water Under Mild Conditions. Current Catalysis, 2013. 2(3): p. 219-224.
  3. Amarasekara, A.S., O.S. Owereh, and B. Ezeh, Interactions of d-cellobiose with p-toluenesulfonic acid in aqueous solution: a 13 C NMR study. Carbohydrate research, 2011. 346(17): p. 2820-2822.
  4. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Acidic ionic liquid catalyzed one-pot conversion of cellulose to ethyl levulinate and levulinic acid in ethanol-water solvent system. BioEnergy Research, 2014. 7(4): p. 1237-1243.
  5. Amarasekara, A.S. and M.A. Hasan, 1-(1-Alkylsulfonic)-3-methylimidazolium chloride Brönsted acidic ionic liquid catalyzed Skraup synthesis of quinolines under microwave heating. Tetrahedron Letters, 2014. 55(22): p. 3319-3321.
  6. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Sulfonic acid group functionalized ionic liquid catalyzed hydrolysis of cellulose in water: structure activity relationships. Sustainable energy, 2014. 2(3): p. 102-107.
  7. Amarasekara, A.S., A. Razzaq, R. Caballero, and B. Wiredu, Sol–gel synthesis, characterization and water vapor adsorption properties of 1, 1′-(1, 6-hexanediyl)-bis (imidazolium) dichloride-silica hybrid material. Journal of sol-gel science and technology, 2014. 69(2): p. 345-350.
  8. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Single reactor conversion of corn stover biomass to C5–C20 furanic biocrude oil using sulfonic acid functionalized Brönsted acidic ionic liquid catalysts. Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, 2014. 4(2): p. 149-155.
  9. Amarasekara, A.S. and A. Razzaq, Mechanism of 1-(1-propylsulfonic)-3-methylimidazolium chloride catalyzed transformation of D-glucose to 5-hydroxymethylfurfural in DMSO: an NMR study. Carbohydrate research, 2014. 386: p. 86-91.
  10. Wiredu, B. and A.S. Amarasekara, Synthesis of a silica-immobilized Brönsted acidic ionic liquid catalyst and hydrolysis of cellulose in water under mild conditions. Catalysis Communications, 2014. 48: p. 41-44.
  11. Wiredu, B. and A.S. Amarasekara, 1-(1-Propylsulfonic)-3-methylimidazolium chloride acidic ionic liquid catalyzed hydrolysis of cellulose in water: Effect of metal ion co-catalysts. Catalysis Communications, 2015. 70: p. 82-85.
  12. Amarasekara, A.S. and D.T. Sterling-Wells, Synthesis and Pyrolysis of Selected Metal Levulinates. BioEnergy Research, 2015. 8(4): p. 1956-1961.
  13. Wiredu, B., J. N Dominguez, and A. S Amarasekara, The Co-Catalyst Effect of Zeolites on Acidic Ionic Liquid Catalyzed One-Pot Conversion of Cellulose to Ethyl Levulinate and Levulinic Acid in Aqueous Ethanol. Current Catalysis, 2015. 4(2): p. 143-151.
  14. Wiredu, B. and A.S. Amarasekara, The effect of metal ions as co-catalysts on acidic ionic liquid catalyzed single-step saccharification of corn stover in water. Bioresource technology, 2015. 189: p. 405-408.
  15. Amarasekara, A.S., D.T. Sterling-Wells, C. Ordonez, M.-J. Ohoueu, and M.S. Fonari, Crystal structure of a polymeric calcium levulinate dihydrate: catena-poly [[diaquacalcium]-bis (μ2-4-oxobutanoato)]. Acta Crystallographica Section E: Crystallographic Communications, 2015. 71(5): p. 494-497.
  16. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Acidic ionic liquid catalyzed liquefaction of cellulose in ethylene glycol; Identification of a new cellulose derived cyclopentenone derivative. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, 2015. 54(3): p. 824-831.
  17. Amarasekara, A.S., B. Wiredu, and N.E. Dre’Langala, γ-Valerolactone from pyrolysis of calcium salts of levulinic-formic acid mixtures derived from cellulose. Biomass and Bioenergy, 2015. 72: p. 39-44.
  18. Amarasekara, A.S. and M.A. Hasan, Pd/C catalyzed conversion of levulinic acid to γ-valerolactone using alcohol as a hydrogen donor under microwave conditions. Catalysis Communications, 2015. 60: p. 5-7.
  19. Amarasekara, A.S., T.B. Singh, E. Larkin, M.A. Hasan, and H.-J. Fan, NaOH catalyzed condensation reactions between levulinic acid and biomass derived furan-aldehydes in water. Industrial Crops and Products, 2015. 65: p. 546-549.
  20. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Chemocatalytic hydrolysis of cellulose at 37° C, 1 atm. Catalysis Science & Technology, 2016. 6(2): p. 426-429.
  21. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, Interactions of d-cellobiose with selected chloride salts: A 13 C NMR and FT-IR study. Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 2016. 159: p. 113-116.
  22. Amarasekara, A.S. and M.A. Animashaun, Acid Catalyzed Competitive Esterification and Ketalization of Levulinic Acid with 1,2 and 1,3-Diols: The Effect of Heterogeneous and Homogeneous Catalysts. Catalysis Letters, 2016. 146(9): p. 1819-1824.
  23. Amarasekara, A.S., M.A. Hasan, and U. Ha, A two step method for the preparation of carbamate cross-linked cellulose films using an ionic liquid and their water retention properties. Carbohydrate Polymers, 2016. 154: p. 8-12.
  24. Amarasekara, A.S. and B. Wiredu, The effect of manganese (II) chloride as a co-catalyst on cellobiose hydrolysis in dilute aqueous sulfuric acid and acidic ionic liquid mediums. Catalysis Communications, 2016. 81: p. 41-44.
  25. Amarasekara, A.S. and M.A. Hasan, Vanillin based polymers: III. Electrochemical dimerization of vanillin revisited and synthesis of hydrovanilloin–formaldehyde polymer. Polymer Science Series B, 2016. 58(3): p. 307-312.
  26. Amarasekara, A.S., Acidic ionic liquids. Chemical reviews, 2016. 116(10): p. 6133-6183.
  27. Amarasekara, A.S. and U. Ha, Acid catalyzed condensation of levulinic acid with glyoxylic acid: synthesis of 1-methyl-2, 8-dioxabicyclo [3.3. 0] oct-4-ene-3, 7-dione. Tetrahedron Letters, 2016. 57(24): p. 2598-2600.
  28. Amarasekara, A.S., U. Ha, M.S. Fonari, S.N. Bejagam, and D. Margetic, Sulfuric acid and Amberlyst-H+ catalyzed condensation reactions of renewable keto acids with paraformaldehyde: synthesis of a new dispiro bis-lactone ring system 2,9,13-trioxadispiro 4.1.4.3 tetradecane-3,6,10-trione. Rsc Advances, 2017. 7(39): p. 23917-23923.
  29. Amarasekara, A.S., M.A. Hasan, and E. Larkin, Renewable Polymers: Synthesis and Characterization of Poly (4-ketopimelic acid-glycerol). Journal of Renewable Materials, 2017. 5(1): p. 62-66.
  30. Amarasekara, A.S., L.H. Nguyen, N.C. Okorie, and S.M. Jamal, A two-step efficient preparation of a renewable dicarboxylic acid monomer 5, 5′-[oxybis (methylene)] bis [2-furancarboxylic acid] from D-fructose and its application in polyester synthesis. Green Chemistry, 2017. 19(6): p. 1570-1575.
  31. Amarasekara, A.S., J. Nguyen, and A. Razzaq, Acidic ionic liquid polymers: poly (bis-imidazolium-p-phenylenesulfonic acid) and applications as catalysts in the preparation of 1-amidoalkyl-2-naphthols. Journal of Polymer Research, 2017. 24(3): p. 52.
  32. Biney, P.O., M. Gyamerah, J. Shen, and B. Menezes, Kinetics of the pyrolysis of arundo, sawdust, corn stover and switch grass biomass by thermogravimetric analysis using a multi-stage model. Bioresource technology, 2015. 179: p. 113-122.
  33. Armah‐Agyeman, G., M. Gyamerah, P.O. Biney, and S. Woldesenbet, Extraction and characterization of triglycerides from coffeeweed and switchgrass seeds as potential feedstocks for biodiesel production. Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2016. 96(13): p. 4390–4397.
  34. Zhao, L.W., N. Elechi, R. Qian, T.B. Singhi, A.S. Amarasekara, and H.J. Fan, Origin of the Regioselectivity in the Aldol Condensation between Hydroxymethylfurfural and Levulinic Acid: A DFT Investigation. Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2017. 121(9): p. 1985-1992.
  35. Amarasekara, A.S. and N.C. Okorie, 1-(Alkylsulfonic)-3-methylimidazolium chloride Brönsted acidic ionic liquid catalyzed hydrogen peroxide oxidations of biomass derived furan aldehydes. Catalysis Communications, 2018. 108: p. 108-112.
  36. Amarasekara, A.S., U. Ha, and N.C. Okorie, Renewable polymers: Synthesis and characterization of poly (levulinic acid–pentaerythritol). Journal of Polymer Science Part A: Polymer Chemistry, 2018. DOI: 10.1002/pola.28980
  37. Amarasekara, A.S. and Y.M. Lawrence, Raney-Ni catalyzed conversion of levulinic acid to 5-methyl-2-pyrrolidone using ammonium formate as the H and N source. Tetrahedron Letters, 2018. 59(19): p. 1832-1835.
  38. Gyamerah, M., M. Ampaw‐Asiedu, J. Mackey, B. Menezes, and S. Woldesenbet, Effect of Brönsted acidic ionic liquid 1‐(1‐propylsulfonic)‐3‐methylimidazolium chloride on growth and co‐fermentation of glucose, xylose and arabinose by Zymomonas mobilis AX 101. Letters in applied microbiology, 2018. 66(6): p. 549-557.
  39. Amarasekara, A.S., R. Garcia‐Obergon, and A.K. Thompson, Vanillin‐based polymers: IV. Hydrovanilloin epoxy resins. Journal of Applied Polymer Science, 2018: p. Article ID: 47000.

 

Energy & Environment

Book

  1. Hongbo Du, Audie Thompson, and Xinying Wang. (2018). Osmotically Driven Membrane Processes: Approach, Development and Current Status. 2018. ISBN: 978-953-51-3921-8. Publisher: InTechOpen Publications (Open Access).

Book Chapters

  1. Raghava R. Kommalapati, Fiifi Asah-Opoku, Hongbo Du and Ziaul Huque, 2016, Monte Carlo Simulations of Nuclear Fuel Burnup, accepted for publications in “Nuclear Materials”, R. O. Abdel Rahman and H. E. Mostafa Saleh (eds), InTech Publications (Open Access). 2016. DOI: 10.5772/62572
  2. Md. Tarkik Shahriar, Akhil Kadiyala, Raghava Kommalapati, Ziaul Huque, 2017, A Review of Ozone Studies in the Houston-Galveston-Brazoria Non-Attainment Area, In “Trace Materials in Air, Soil, and Water”, Kendra Evans, Elizabeth S. Roberts-Kirchhoff, Mark A. Benvenuto  Katherine Lanigan , and Alexa Rihana-Abdalla, (Ed), ACS Symposium Series 1210. Oxford University Press, ISBN: 9780841231108
  3. Akhil Kadiyala, Raghava Kommalapati, Ziaul Huque,2017, Life Cycle Assessment of a Solar Power System Designed to Meet University, in “Sustainability Practice and Education on University Campuses and Beyond”, Ashok Kumar and Dong Kim (eds), p 148-166.
  4. Audie Thompson, Raghava Kommalapati and Felicia Nave, 2018, Introductory Chapter: Osmotically Driven Membrane ProcessesOsmotically Driven Membrane Processes, in the book ” Osmotically Driven Membrane Processes: Approach, Development and Current Status”. Hongbo Du, Audie Thompson, and Xinying Wang (eds). ISBN: 978-953-51-3921-8. Publisher: InTech Publications (Open Access).

 

Journal Papers

  1. Ehrenhauser, F.S., K. Khadapkar, Y. Wang, J.W. Hutchings, O. Delhomme, R.R. Kommalapati, P. Herckes, M.J. Wornat, and K.T. Valsaraj, Processing of atmospheric polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons by fog in an urban environment. Journal of Environmental Monitoring, 2012. 14(10): p. 2566-2579.
  2. Sarker, S., Z. Liang, Z. Huque, and R.R. Kommalapati, Impact of Point Sources Emissions on Ozone Formation for Houston Galveston Brazoria (HGB) Area. International Journal of Biological, Ecological and Environmental Sciences, 2013. 2: p. 99-102.
  3. Sheikh, S., Z. Liang, Z. Huque, and R.R. Kommalapati, Life Cycle Assessment of Bio-ethanol fuel Emissions for Passenger Cars in Houston Area of Texas. International Journal of Biological, Ecological and Environmental Sciences, 2013. 2(5): p. 108-112.
  4. Kommalapati, R.R., F. Sunderman, Z. Liang, and Z. Huque, Impact Of The Use Of Ambient Catalysts In Stationary Air Conditioning Systems On Houston-Galveston-Area (HGA) Air Quality. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, 2013. 2(6): p. 3230-3237.
  5. Asah-Opoku, F., Z. Liang, Z. Huque, and R.R. Kommalapati, Burnup simulations of different fuel grades using the MCNPX Monte Carlo code. Nuclear Technology and Radiation Protection, 2014. 29(4): p. 259-267.
  6. Shen, X., R.R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, The Comparative Life Cycle Assessment of Power Generation from Lignocellulosic Biomass. Sustainability, 2015. 7(10): p. 12974-12987.
  7. Sarker, S., R.R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Influence of Reactive Volatile Organic Compounds on Ozone Production in Houston-Galveston-Brazoria Area. Journal of Environmental Protection, 2015. 6(04): p. 399.
  8. Sarker, S., R.R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Ozone Simulations for HGB Area using Different Chemical Mechanisms with CAMx. International Journal of Advance Research in Science and Engineering, 2015. 4(special issue 1): p. 458-465.
  9. Kadiyala, A., R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Evaluation of the Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Hydroelectricity Generation Systems. Sustainability, 2016. 8(6): p. Article ID: 539.
  10. Kommalapati, R., S. Sheikh, H. Du, and Z. Huque, Life-Cycle Analysis of Bio-Ethanol Fuel Emissions of Transportation Vehicles in Greater Houston Area. Journal of Environmental Protection, 2016. 7(06): p. 793-804.
  11. Kommalapati, R., Z. Liang, and Z. Huque, Photochemical model simulations of air quality for Houston–Galveston–Brazoria area and analysis of ozone–NOx–hydrocarbon sensitivity. International Journal of Environmental Science and Technology, 2016. 13(1): p. 209-220.
  12. Du, H., R.R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Assessment of Bioethanol Applications on Transportation Vehicles in Houston. Journal of Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications, 2016. 6(3): p. Article ID: 1000207.
  13. Kadiyala, A., R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Quantification of the Lifecycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Nuclear Power Generation Systems. Energies, 2016. 9(11): p. Article ID: 863.
  14. Kadiyala, A., R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Evaluation of the Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Different Biomass Feedstock Electricity Generation Systems. Sustainability, 2016. 8(11): p. Article ID: 1181.
  15. Munir, N.B., Z. Huque, and R.R. Kommalapati, Impact of Different Parameters on Life Cycle Analysis, Embodied Energy and Environmental Emissions for Wind Turbine System. Journal of Environmental Protection, 2016. 7(07): p. 1005-1015.
  16. Shen, X.H., H.B. Du, R.H. Mullins, and R.R. Kommalapati, Polyethylenimine Applications in Carbon Dioxide Capture and Separation: From Theoretical Study to Experimental Work. Energy Technology, 2017. 5(6): p. 822-833.
  17. Kommalapati, R., A. Kadiyala, M.T. Shahriar, and Z. Huque, Review of the Life Cycle Greenhouse Gas Emissions from Different Photovoltaic and Concentrating Solar Power Electricity Generation Systems. Energies, 2017. 10(3): p. Article ID: 350.
  18. Kadiyala, A., R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Characterization of the life cycle greenhouse gas emissions from wind electricity generation systems. International Journal of Energy and Environmental Engineering, 2017. 8(1): p. 55-64.
  19. Du, H., Z. Huque, and R.R. Kommalapati, Impacts of Biodiesel Applied to the Transportation Fleets in the Greater Houston Area. Journal of Renewable Energy, 2018. 2018: Article ID 7350715.
  20. Kommalapati, R., I. Hossan, V. Botlaguduru, H. Du, and Z. Huque, Life Cycle Environmental Impact of Biomass Co-Firing with Coal at a Power Plant in the Greater Houston Area. Sustainability, 2018. 10(7): Article ID: 2193.
  21. Chipindula, J., V. Botlaguduru, H. Du, R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Life Cycle Environmental Impact of Onshore and Offshore Wind Farms in Texas. Sustainability, 2018. 10(6): Article ID: 2022.
  22. Botlaguduru, V.S.V., R.R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Long-term meteorologically independent trend analysis of ozone air quality at an urban site in the greater Houston area. Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association, 2018 68(10): p. 1051-1064.
  23. Kommalapati, R.R., M.T. Shahriar, V.S. Botlaguduru, H. Du, and Z. Huque, Relative Contribution of Different Source Categories to Ozone Exceedances in the Houston-Galveston-Brazoria Area. Journal of Environmental Protection, 2018. 9(08): p. 847-855.
  24. Hossan, I., V.S.V. Botlaguduru, H. Du, R.R. Kommalapati, and Z. Huque, Air Quality Impact of Biomass Co-Firing with Coal at a Power Plant in the Greater Houston Area. Open Journal of Air Pollution, 2018. 7(03): p 263-285.

 

Wind Energy

Journal Papers

  1. Huque, Z., G. Zemmouri, D. Harby, and R. Kommalapati, Optimization of wind turbine airfoil using nondominated sorting genetic algorithm and pareto optimal front. International Journal of Chemical Engineering, 2012. 2012: p. Article ID: 193021.
  2. Huque, Z., I.K. Ofuafor, D. Harby, and R.R. Kammalapati, Performance Predictions of Wind Turbine Blades Using Artificial Neural Network Method. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, 2013. 2(6): p. 3100-3106.
  3. Hossain, M.A., Z. Huque, and R.R. Kammalapati, Propagation of shock on NREL phase VI wind turbine airfoil under compressible flow. Journal of Renewable Energy, 2013. 2013: p. Article ID: 653103.
  4. Lee, K.-S., H.-J. Kim, and S.-E. Han, Aircraft Impact Theory and Mass Model for the Missile-Target Interaction Analysis of Large Aircraft. Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Structure & Construction, 2013. 29(10): p. 27-34.
  5. Lee, K.-S., H.-J. Kim, and S.-E. Han, Development and Verification of Aircraft FE Model for the Missile-Target Interaction Analysis of Large Aircraft. Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Structure & Construction, 2013. 29(11): p. 37-44.
  6. Hossain, M.A., Z. Huque, R.R. Kammalapati, and S. Khan, Numeric investigation of compressible flow over NREL phase VI airfoil. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology, 2013. 2: p. 1-6.
  7. Khan, S., Z. Huque, M.A. Hossain, and R.R. Kammalapati, Wind Turbine Blade Tip Comparison As a Function of Taper Using Computational Fluid Dynamics. Advances and Applications in Fluid Mechanics, 2013. 14(2): p. 267-283.
  8. Hossain, M.A., G. Zemmouri, Z. Huque, and R.R. Kammalapati, Discrete Optimization of Wind Turbine Blade Airfoil. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, 2013. 2(2): p. 1-6.
  9. Lee, K.-S., Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, and S.-E. Han, A Study on the Evaluation of Structural Properties of Wind Turbine Blade-Part1. Journal of the Korean Association for Spatial Structures, 2014. 14(4): p. 47-54.
  10. Lee, K., Z. Huque, and S. Han, Analysis of stabilizing process for stress-erection of Strarch frame. Engineering Structures, 2014. 59: p. 49-67.
  11. Lee, K. and S.-E. Han, Analysis of the stress-erection process of Strarch frames considering the joint connection properties. Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 2014. 92: p. 195-210.
  12. Lee, K., S. Han, and J.-W. Hong, Post-buckling analysis of space frames using concept of hybrid arc-length methods. International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 2014. 58: p. 76-88.
  13. Lee, K., J.-W. Jung, and J.-W. Hong, Advanced aircraft analysis of an F-4 Phantom on a reinforced concrete building. Nuclear Engineering and Design, 2014. 273: p. 505-528.
  14. Lee, K.-S., Z. Huque, and S.-E. Han, A Study on the Missile-Target Interaction Analysis on the Concrete Dome Structure. Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Structure & Construction, 2014. 30(6): p. 11-18.
  15. Lee, K.-S., Z. Huque, and S.-E. Han, Aerodynamic force evaluation of Pointed Tip Wind Turbine Blade Using CFD. Journal of the Architectural Institute of Korea Structure & Construction, 2014. 30(7): p. 21-28.
  16. Lee, K., H. Ziaul, H.-J. Kim, and S. Han, The Aerodynamic force evaluation of Wind turbine blade using CFD. Journal of the Wind Engineering Institute of Korea, 2014. 18(2): p. 55-63.
  17. Lee, K.-S., Z. Huque, D.-J. Jeon, and S.-E. Han, The Development of Impact Force Model of Large Commercial Aircraft Considering the Fuel Mass Effect. Journal Of The Architectural Institute Of Korea Structure & Construction, 2014. 30(8): p. 19-28.
  18. Lee, K.-S., Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, and S.-E. Han, A Study on the Evaluation of Structural Properties of Wind Turbine Blade-Part2. Journal of the Korean Association for Spatial Structures, 2015. 15(1): p. 65-73.
  19. Lee, K., Z. Huque, and R. Kommalapati, A Study on the Sound Noise Emission of Moving Vehicle by Using Proudman Model. International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology, 2015. 5(2): p. 30-42.
  20. Huque, Z., K. Lee, and R. Kommalapati, A Study on the Sound Noise Emission of Moving Vehicle by Using Curle Surface Integral. International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology, 2015. 5(2): p. 7-15.
  21. Lee, K., Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, and S.-E. Han, The Evaluation of Aerodynamic Interaction of Wind Blade Using Fluid Structure Interaction Method. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies, 2015. 3(4): p. 270-275.
  22. Lee, K.-S., H. Ziaul, and S.-E. Han, A Study on the y+ Effects on Turbulence Model of Unstructured Grid for CFD Analysis of Wind Turbine. Journal of The Korean Association For Spatial Structures Vol, 2015. 15(1): p. 75-84.
  23. Lee, K., Z. Huque, and R. Kommalapati, Contribution of Road Surface to Far-field Sound Noise Propagation from Moving Vehicle. International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology, 2015. 5(2): p. 63-73.
  24. Lee, K., S. Roy, Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, C. Sui, and N. Munir, Pointed Tip Shape Effect on Aerodynamic Load for NREL Phase VI Wind Turbine Blade. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies, 2016. 4(4): p. 284-289.
  25. Lee, K., Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, S. Roy, C. Sui, and N. Munir, Aerodynamic Noise Characteristics of Horizontal Axis Wind Turbine Blade Using CAA. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies, 2016. 4(5): p. 346-352.
  26. Lee, K., Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, and S.-E. Han, Evaluation of equivalent structural properties of NREL phase VI wind turbine blade. Renewable Energy, 2016. 86: p. 796-818.
  27. Lee, K., S. Roy, Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, and S. Han, Effect on Torque and Thrust of the Pointed Tip Shape of a Wind Turbine Blade. Energies, 2017. 10(1): p. Article ID: 79.
  28. Roy, S., Z. Huque, K. Lee, and R. Kommalapati, Turbulence Model Prediction Capability in 2D Airfoil of NREL Wind Turbine Blade at Stall and Post Stall Regions. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies, 2017. 5(6): p. 496-500.
  29. Lee, K., Z. Huque, R. Kommalapati, and S.-E. Han, Fluid-structure interaction analysis of NREL phase VI wind turbine: Aerodynamic force evaluation and structural analysis using FSI analysis. Renewable Energy, 2017. 113: p. 512-531.
  30. Zemmouri, F, M. S. Chowdhury, Z. Huque and R. R. Kommalapati, Static Structural Analysis of a Pointed Tip Wind Turbine Blade Using FSI, International Journal of Engineering Sciences, 2018, 11(1), p. 7-12.