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1-Jan-2014A comparison study on membrane fouling in a sponge-submerged membrane bioreactor and a conventional membrane bioreactorDeng, L; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Zhang, J; Liang, S; Xia, S; Zhang, Z; Li, J
Jan-2014A comparison study on membrane fouling in a sponge-submerged membrane bioreactor and a conventional membrane bioreactorDeng, L; Guo, W; Ngo, H; Zhang, J; Liang, S; Xia, S; Zhang, Z; Li, J
Jan-2010Energy Approach For Dynamic Buckling Of An Undamped Arch Model Under Step Loading With Infinite DurationPi, Y; Bradford, MA; Liang, S
15-Jun-2014Enhancement of Cr(VI) removal by modifying activated carbon developed from Zizania caduciflora with tartaric acid during phosphoric acid activationLiu, H; Liang, S; Gao, J; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Guo, Z; Wang, J; Li, Y
1-Oct-2014Modification of agricultural waste/by-products for enhanced phosphate removal and recovery: Potential and obstaclesNguyen, TAH; Ngo, HH; Guo, WS; Zhang, J; Liang, S; Lee, DJ; Nguyen, PD; Bui, XT
1-Jan-2015Enhancement of anammox performance in a novel non-woven fabric membrane bioreactor (nMBR)Ren, LF; Liang, S; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Ni, SQ; Liu, C; Zhao, YK; Hira, D
17-Dec-2015Membrane fouling reduction and improvement of sludge characteristics by bioflocculant addition in submerged membrane bioreactorDeng, L; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Zuthi, MFR; Zhang, J; Liang, S; Li, J; Wang, J; Zhang, X
20-Mar-2017Evaluating the sustainability of free water surface flow constructed wetlands: Methane and nitrous oxide emissionsWu, H; Zhang, J; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Liang, S
1-Jan-2014Development of biochars from pyrolysis of lotus stalks for Ni(II) sorption: Using zinc borate as flame retardantLiu, H; Liang, S; Gao, J; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Guo, Z; Li, Y
1-Feb-2019Performance of constructed wetlands and associated mechanisms of PAHs removal with musselsKang, Y; Xie, H; Li, B; Zhang, J; Hao Ngo, H; Guo, W; Guo, Z; Kong, Q; Liang, S; Liu, J; Cheng, T; Zhang, L
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