Jayashree Kalyanaraman
Jayashree Kalyanaraman
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Modeling of rapid temperature swing adsorption using hollow fiber sorbents
F Rezaei, S Subramanian, J Kalyanaraman, RP Lively, Y Kawajiri, ...
Chemical Engineering Science 113, 62-76, 2014
Critical Comparison of Structured Contactors for Adsorption-Based Gas Separations
SJA DeWitt, A Sinha, J Kalyanaraman, F Zhang, MJ Realff, RP Lively
Annual review of chemical and biomolecular engineering, 2018
Modeling and experimental validation of carbon dioxide sorption on hollow fibers loaded with silica-supported poly (ethylenimine)
J Kalyanaraman, Y Fan, RP Lively, WJ Koros, CW Jones, MJ Realff, ...
Chemical Engineering Journal 259, 737-751, 2015
CO2 Sorption Performance of Composite Polymer/Aminosilica Hollow Fiber Sorbents: An Experimental and Modeling Study
Y Fan, J Kalyanaraman, Y Labreche, F Rezaei, RP Lively, MJ Realff, ...
Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 54 (6), 1783-1795, 2015
Uncertainty quantification via bayesian inference using sequential monte carlo methods for CO2 adsorption process
J Kalyanaraman, Y Kawajiri, RP Lively, MJ Realff
AIChE Journal 62 (9), 3352-3368, 2016
Bayesian estimation of parametric uncertainties, quantification and reduction using optimal design of experiments for CO2 adsorption on amine sorbents
J Kalyanaraman, Y Fan, Y Labreche, RP Lively, Y Kawajiri, MJ Realff
Computers & Chemical Engineering 81, 376-388, 2015
Bayesian Estimation, Uncertainty Propagation and Design of Experiments for CO2 Adsorption on Amine Sorbents
J Kalyanaraman, Y Kawajiri, MJ Realff
Computer Aided Chemical Engineering 34, 345-350, 2014
Optimization and heat integration of hollow fiber based thermal swing adsorption process for CO2 capture from flue gas
S Swernath, F Rezaei, J Kalyanaraman, RP Lively, MJ Realff, Y Kawajiri
Computer Aided Chemical Engineering 34, 633-638, 2014
Towards uncertainty quantification of complex chemical processes with application to post-combustion carbon capture
J Kalyanaraman
Georgia Institute of Technology, 2017
Rapid Temperature Swing Adsorption using Polymeric/Supported Amine Hollow Fibers
R Chance, G Chen, Y Dai, Y Fan, C Jones, J Kalyanaraman, Y Kawajiri, ...
Georgia Tech Research Corporation, Atlanta, GA (United States), 2015
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