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Dr. R B BINIWALE

Dr. R B BINIWALE
Dr. R B BINIWALE
rb_biniwale [at] neeri [dot] res [dot] in
Designation: Principal Scientist
Qualification: Ph.D.(Chem)
Post. Doc (Chemistry), M.Tech(Chem Engg)
Specialization: Chemical Engineering
Address: CTMD Division, NEERI, Nagpur

Staff Id:

642

Name:


Dr. R B BINIWALE

Designation

Principle Scientist

Institute:

NEERI, Nagpur

Qualifications:

Ph.D. , M.E. , B.Tech.

Major project handled:

Sr. No.

Project Name

1.

Clean water development and demonstration of technologies for nitrate removal from drinking water, Sponsored by12FYP, (2012-2017).

2.

Development of Efficient Hydrogen Supply System through Liquid Organic Hydrides, Sponsored by MNRE, (2014-2019).

3.

Improved Phytorid Process, Sponsored by 12FYP,(2012-2017).

4.

Development of an emission improvement plan for the town of Wani, Sponsored by MPCB, (2013-2015)

5.

Floating wetland: Nature inspired option for rejuvenation of water bodies, Sponsored by FYP, (2012-2017)

6.

Waste-to-biofuel: Ethanol from Biomass-gas and cleaning of bio-gas, Sponsored by CSIR,(2012-2017)

7.

Conservation and beautification of Erai and Zarpat rivers in Chandrapur district in Maharashtra, Sponsored by Munciple Corporation Chandrapur, (2014-2015).

8.

Evaluation of materials for CO2 adsorption capacity for use in carbon capture and storage

9.

Pre-feasibility and re-use recycle at CETP for pre-treatment efficiency improvement and sustainability of CETP operations

Publications :

  • Copper oxide incorporated mesoporous alumina for defluoridation of drinking water Amit Bansiwal, PradnyaPillewan, Rajesh B. Biniwale, Sadhana S. Rayalu Microporous&Mesoporous Materials 129 (2010) 54-61
  • Pure phase LaFeO3perovskite with improved surface area synthesized using different routes and its characterization Priti V. Gosavi, Rajesh B. Biniwale Materials Chemistry and Physics 119 (2010) 324-329
  • In situ nitrogen enriched carbon for carbon dioxide capture JayshriA.Thote, Kartik S. Iyer, RavikrishnaChatti, Nitin K. Labhsetwar, Rajesh B. Biniwale, Sadhana S. Rayalu Carbon48, 2 (2010) 396-402
  • Efficient hydrogen supply through catalytic dehydrogenation of methycyclohexane over Pt/metal oxide catalysts.Anshu A. Shukla, Priti V. Gosavi, Jayshri V. Pande, Vanama P. Kumar, Komandur V.R. Chary, Rajesh B. Biniwale International J Hydrogen Energy, Vol. 35, Issue 9, (2010) 4020-4026
  • Liquid organic hydrides: A novel approach for Cox free hydrogen storage and supply to fuel cells Jayshri V. Pande, Anshu Shukla, Rajesh B. Biniwale SAE Paper 2010-28-0010
  • A feasibility analysis of hydrogen delivery system using liquid organic hydrides Ameya Pradhan, Anshu Shukla, Jayshri V. Pande, Shilpi Karmarkar, Rajesh B.        Biniwale International J Hydrogen Energy, 36, 1, (2011) 680-688
  • Equillibrium isotherm and kinetic modeling of the adsorption of nitrates by anion exchange Indion NSSR resin S N Milmile, J. V. Pande, S. Karmakar, A. Bansiwal, T. Chakrabarti, R. B Biniwale. Desalination (2012) 276, 38-44
  • Hydrogen delivery through liquid organic hydrides: Consideration for potential technology Anshu Shukla, ShilpiKarmakar, Rajesh B. Biniwale International J Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37, 3719-3726
  • User perception study for performance evaluation of domestic defluridation techniques for its application in rural areasSneha Lunge, Rajesh Biniwale, Nitin Labhsetwar, SadhanaRayalu Journal of Hazardous Materials, 2011, 191, 325-332
  • Effect of zeolites on thermal decomposition of ammonia borane Aneesh C. Gangal, Raju Edla, KartikIyer, Rajesh Biniwale, ManvendraVashishta, PratibhaSharma
  • International J Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37, 3712-3718
  • Effective cleanup of CO in hydrogen by PROX over perovskite and mixed oxides Priti V. Gosavi, Rajesh B. Biniwale International J Hydrogen Energy, 2012, 37, 3958-3963
  • Dehydrogenation of methylcyclohexane over Pt/V2O5 and Pt/Y2O3 for hydrogendelivery applications AnshuShukla, Jayshri V. Pande, Rajesh B. Biniwale International Journal of HydrogenEnergy, 2012, 37, 3550-3357
  • NMR studies of carbon dioxide and methane self-diffusion in ZIF-8 at elevated gas pressures Anne-Kristin Pusch, Tobias Splith, Lutz Moschkowitz, ShilpiKarmakar, Rajesh Biniwale, Marco Sant, Giuseppe B. Suffritti, PierfrancoDemontis, JanoschCravillon, EvangeliaPantatosaki, Frank Stallmach Adsorption 18 (2012) 359–366
  • Probing the hydrogen equilibrium and kinetics in zeolite imidazolate frameworks via molecular dynamics and quasi-elastic neutron scattering experiments EvangeliaPantatosaki, HervéJobic, Daniil I. Kolokolov, ShilpiKarmakar, Rajesh Biniwale and George K. Papadopoulos J. Chem. Phys. 138, (2013) 034706
  • Non-noble Ni–Cu/ACC bimetallic catalyst for dehydrogenation of liquid organic hydrides for hydrogen storage, Shubhangi P. Patil, Jayshri V. Pande, Rajesh B. Biniwale, International Journal of HydrogenEnergy, 2013, 38, 15233-15241
  • An insight into spray pulsed reactor through mathematical modeling of catalytic dehydrogenation of cyclohexane, Praveen Siluvai Antony, Rajiv AnanthSohony, Rajesh B. Biniwale, International Journal of HydrogenEnergy, 2014, 39, 6944-6952
  • Equilibrium Adsorption Studies of CO2, CH4, and N2 on Amine Functionalized Polystyrene, Kalpesh M Khot, Parminder Kaur KS Heer, Rajesh B Biniwale, Vilas G Gaikar, 2014, Vol. 49 Issue 15, 2376-2388
  • Pulse Chromatographic Studies of Adsorption of CO2, CH4 and N2 using Amine Functionalized Polystyrene Adsorbents, Kalpesh M Khot, Parminder Kaur KS Heer, Rajesh B Biniwale, Vilas G Gaikar, Separation Science and Technology, 2014