Abdalla M Abdalla

Abdalla M Abdalla

Suez Canal University

H-index: 17

Africa-Egypt

About Abdalla M Abdalla

Abdalla M Abdalla, With an exceptional h-index of 17 and a recent h-index of 16 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Suez Canal University, specializes in the field of Fuel Cells and Batteries, Advanced Energy materials, Renewable Energy, Energy Storage, Water.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Challenges in the synthesis of ceramic nanoparticles and its applications in the energy sector

Salinity impacts on humidification dehumidification (HDH) desalination systems

Life Cycle Cost Assessment of Electric, Hybrid, and Conventional Vehicles in Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis

Developments and key challenges in micro/nanostructured binary transition metal oxides for lithium-ion battery anodes

Structural and Electrochemical Performance of Sr0. 9La0. 1WO4 Electrolyte Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Structure of Magnesium Doped Yttrium Barium Zirconate as a Novel Compound

Innovative lithium-ion battery recycling: Sustainable process for recovery of critical materials from lithium-ion batteries

Nanostructured electrocatalysts for advanced applications in fuel cells

Abdalla M Abdalla Information

University

Suez Canal University

Position

Assistant Professor - Mech Eng Dept- Faculty of Engineering-

Citations(all)

2567

Citations(since 2020)

2393

Cited By

992

hIndex(all)

17

hIndex(since 2020)

16

i10Index(all)

25

i10Index(since 2020)

25

Email

University Profile Page

Suez Canal University

Abdalla M Abdalla Skills & Research Interests

Fuel Cells and Batteries

Advanced Energy materials

Renewable Energy

Energy Storage

Water

Top articles of Abdalla M Abdalla

Challenges in the synthesis of ceramic nanoparticles and its applications in the energy sector

Authors

Yathavan Subramanian,Abdalla M Abdalla,Atia Tasfiah Azad,Lukman Ahmed Omeiza,Anitha Dhanasekaran,Md Mosfiqur Rahman,Abdelkhalik Eladl,Mohamed MK Dawood,Abul Kalam Azad

Published Date

2024

Nanoceramics are getting high concerns from scientists and researchers, as ceramic nanoparticles act as the building block of nanoceramic materials and emerged as a promising class of materials with numerous potential applications in the energy sector. Therefore, there are so many aspects and parameters required to get suitable materials for suitable applications, especially in renewable sectors that are based on their synthesis using ceramic materials. This chapter demonstrates the challenges and roadblocks facing nanostructured in synthesis and processing in various applications in the energy sector.

Salinity impacts on humidification dehumidification (HDH) desalination systems

Authors

Ibrahim Nabil,Abdalla M Abdalla,Tamer M Mansour,Ali I Shehata,Mohamed M Khairat Dawood

Published Date

2024/1

The use of humidification-dehumidification water desalination technology has been shown to be a practical means of meeting the demand for freshwater. The aim of this review is to investigate the impact of salinity on HDH techniques that have various benefits in terms of both economics and the environment, including the capacity to operate at low temperatures, utilize sustainable energy sources, the need for low maintenance, and straightforward construction requirements. Also, in this review, it is observed that the HDH system’s components are strong and capable of treating severely salinized water. It can treat water in an appropriate way than other desalination technologies. This technology has recently been commercialized to treat highly salinized generated water. However, more research is needed to determine how salinity affects HDH productivity. According to several research investigations, while the …

Life Cycle Cost Assessment of Electric, Hybrid, and Conventional Vehicles in Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis

Authors

Md Sarowar Khaled,Abdalla M Abdalla,Pg Emeroylariffion Abas,Juntakan Taweekun,Md Sumon Reza,Abul K Azad

Journal

World Electric Vehicle Journal

Published Date

2024/4/26

The automobile industry is shifting from internal combustion engine vehicles (ICEVs) to hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs) or electric vehicles (EVs) extremely fast. Our calculation regarding the most popular private car brand in Bangladesh, Toyota, shows that the life cycle cost (LCC) of a Toyota BZ3 (EV), USD 43,409, is more expensive than a Toyota Aqua (HEV) and Toyota Prius (HEV), but cheaper than a Toyota Axio (ICEV) and Toyota Allion (ICEV). It has been found that about a 25% reduction in the acquisition cost of a Toyota BZ3 would lower its LCC to below others. EVs can be a good choice for those who travel a lot. Changes in electricity prices have little effect upon the LCC of EVs. With the expected decline in the annual price for batteries, which is between 6 and 9%, and the improvement of their capacities, EVs will be more competitive with other vehicles by 2030 or even earlier. EVs will dominate the market since demand for alternative fuel-powered vehicles is growing due to their environmental and economic advantages.

Developments and key challenges in micro/nanostructured binary transition metal oxides for lithium-ion battery anodes

Authors

Abul Kalam Azad,Abdalla Mohamed Abdalla,Panawennage Isuni Ireshika Kumarasinghe,Somaeya Nourean,Atia Tasfia Azad,Jianjun Ma,Cairong Jiang,Mohamed Mohamed Khairat Dawood,Bo Wei,Chami Nilasha Kahakachchi Patabendige

Published Date

2024/4/20

High energy density electrodes of lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) have confirmed a successful method to reach the challenges in automobile industries and electronics in the future as LIBs are one of the key parts of them. Due to the advantages and shortcomings of each group of electrode materials and having the pose of improving the battery performance, electrode materials must be properly chosen. Binary transition metal oxides (BTMOs) have recently attracted increasing research interest worldwide as a LIB anode material due to their remarkable electrochemical properties. This review discusses the developments and challenges of micro/nanostructured BTMOs and their different types of nanoarchitecture the anode materials for LIB applications. Overall, the conversion reaction mechanism, electrochemical energy storage characteristics, micro/nanostructure, synthesis methods, and finally the challenges …

Structural and Electrochemical Performance of Sr0. 9La0. 1WO4 Electrolyte Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Authors

Ahmed Afif,Md Humayun Kabir Bhuiyan,Juliana Zaini,Abdalla Mohamed Abdalla,Seikh Mohammad Habibur Rahman,Abul Kalam Azad

Journal

IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering

Published Date

2024/4/1

A possible component of power generation technologies, solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs) offer a high fuel-to-power conversion efficiency and no negative environmental impact. The solid-state sintering process was used to synthesize the scheelite-structured Sr 0. 9 La 0. 1 WO 4 (SLW1) electrolyte material, and phase stability and ionic conductivity were evaluated for their technological applicability for SOFC applications. The resulting mixture, which was a single phase in a tetragonal crystal system, produced a scheelite structure of the space group I4 1/a. Its symmetry, space group, and structural characteristics are confirmed by X-ray diffraction (XRD) at room temperature and the Rietveld analysis that follows. A highly dense crystal structure was revealed by SEM examination. The ionic conductivity of the SLW1 sample is higher than SBW materials and lower than the conventional BCZY perovskite structure. At 900 C …

Structure of Magnesium Doped Yttrium Barium Zirconate as a Novel Compound

Authors

Shahzad Hossain,Md Masud Parvez,Abdalla M Abdalla,Mohammed T Chowdhury,Shafinaz A Lopa,Iftakhar B Elius,Cristian D Savaniu,Juliana H Zaini,John TS Irvine,Abul K Azad

Journal

Physics of the Solid State

Published Date

2023/3

The magnesium doped yttrium barium zirconate, YBa2Zr3 – xMgxO9.5 – δ (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.5) has been prepared by the standard solid-state reaction method and the room temperature X-ray diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy (EDX), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), particle size analysis (PSA) and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) have been investigated for phase purity, structural and thermal characterizations. The XRD data of the materials have been indexed with the winXpow software and Rietveld refinements have been done by FullProf suite programarend is found to be double phase of cubic perovskite and a small amount of cubic fluorite. The microstructural parameters such as size, stress, strain, crystal energy are obtained from XRD line broadening data using different models and found that the cubic perovskite phase contributed a large part to …

Innovative lithium-ion battery recycling: Sustainable process for recovery of critical materials from lithium-ion batteries

Authors

Abdalla M Abdalla,Mas F Abdullah,Mohamed K Dawood,Bo Wei,Y Subramanian,Atia Tasfia Azad,S Nourin,S Afroze,Juntakan Taweekun,Abul K Azad

Published Date

2023/9/1

Innovative lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) recycling is crucial as the market share of LIBs in the secondary battery market has expanded. This increase is due to the surge in demand for a power source for electronic gadgets and electric vehicles. The daily increment of the number of spent LIBs provides a commercial opportunity to recover and recycle various components of the batteries. Recycled components, including their cathode and anode, are utilized for battery production. This paper provides a review of the treatments of spent LIBs' cathode materials, some of which are wet and fire recovery processes, mechanochemical, hydrometallurgy, and electrochemical treatments. This review paper summarises several studies on the recycling of spent cathode LIBs treatments and explores the economic and environmental challenges, future perspectives, and recycling applications of several companies, including Akkuser …

Nanostructured electrocatalysts for advanced applications in fuel cells

Authors

Lukman Ahmed Omeiza,Abdalla M Abdalla,Bo Wei,Anitha Dhanasekaran,Yathavan Subramanian,Shammya Afroze,Md Sumon Reza,Saifullah Abu Bakar,Abul Kalam Azad

Published Date

2023/2/14

Nanostructured materials have gained much attention in recent engineering and material- science research due to their unique structural makeup, which stands them out from their bulk counterparts. Their novel properties of tiny-size structural elements (molecules or crystallites, clusters) of nanoscale dimensions (1 to 100 nm) make them a perfect material for energy applications. The recent keen interest in nanostructured materials research by academia and industrial experts arises from the unique variable characteristics of increased electrical and thermal conductivity. This occurs as nanostructured materials undergo a transient process from infinite-extended solid to a particle of ascertainable numbers of atoms. The commercial and energy sectors are very interested in developing and expanding simple synthetic pathways for nanostructured-electrocatalysts materials to aid in optimizing the number of active regions. Over the decades, various techniques have been put forward to design and synthesize nanostructured-electrocatalysts materials for electrochemical generation of energy and storage applications. As a result, the design of fuel cells, supercapacitors, and energy-storage devices has advanced significantly. This review provides a comprehensive outlook of various synthesis techniques and highlight the challenges of nanostructured- electrocatalysts materials application in fuel cells. Several synthesis methods are discussed and summarized for enhanced nanomaterial preparation and high product attainment with the sol-gel synthesis method being emphasized. The design methodology for an effective nanostructured electrocatalysts …

Numerical modeling of ammonia-fueled protonic-ion conducting electrolyte-supported solid oxide fuel cell (H-SOFC): a brief review

Authors

Md Mosfiqur Rahman,Abdalla M Abdalla,Lukman Ahmed Omeiza,Veena Raj,Shammya Afroze,Md Sumon Reza,Mahendra Rao Somalu,Abul K Azad

Published Date

2023/9/12

Solid oxide fuel cells with protonic ion conducting electrolytes (H-SOFCs) are recognized and anticipated as eco-friendly electrochemical devices fueled with several kinds of fuels. One distinct feature of SOFCs that makes them different from others is fuel flexibility. Ammonia is a colorless gas with a compound of nitrogen and hydrogen with a distinct strong smell at room temperature. It is easily dissolved in water and is a great absorbent. Ammonia plays a vital role as a caustic for its alkaline characteristics. Nowadays, ammonia is being used as a hydrogen carrier because it has carbon-free molecules and prosperous physical properties with transportation characteristics, distribution options, and storage capacity. Using ammonia as a fuel in H-SOFCs has the advantage of its ammonia cracking attributes and quality of being easily separated from generated steam. Moreover, toxic NOx gases are not formed in the anode while using ammonia as fuel in H-SOFCs. Recently, various numerical studies have been performed to comprehend the electrochemical and physical phenomena of H-SOFCs in order to develop a feasible and optimized design under different operating conditions rather than doing costlier experimentation. The aim of this concisely reviewed article is to present the current status of ammonia-fueled H-SOFC numerical modeling and the application of numerical modeling in ammonia-fueled H-SOFC geometrical shape optimization, which is still more desirable than traditional SOFCs.

NiAl2O4 spinel structure as an electrode material for solid oxide fuel cells

Authors

Abdalla M Abdalla,Shammya Afroze,Mahendra Rao Somalu,Abul K Azad

Journal

AIP Conference Proceedings

Published Date

2023/1/10

Spinel type metal aluminates, MAl2O4 (M= Ni, Co, Zn, Mg, Ca, Sr), have potential applications in different fields eg anodes for solid oxide fuel cells for their immobilized characteristics. NiAl2O4, a spinel type material, was successfully synthesized by standard solid-state reaction method and characterized by X-ray powder diffraction (XRD), scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and thermogravimetric analysis (TGA). Rietveld analysis using Fullprof software shows that the crystallographic phase is cubic in space group Fd-3m with cell parameter a= 8.03990 (5) Å. The refinement converged in a very good goodness-of-fit, χ2= 0.991. Microstructural study shows a porous structure suitable for electrode materials. TGA shows a slight weight loss in the range room temperature to 440 C (about 0.022 wt%) the loss of water molecules from the structure. Above 440 oC the weight gradually increases until 900 oC (about 0.052 …

Understanding the impact of sintering temperature on the properties of Ni–BCZY composite anode for protonic ceramic fuel cell application

Authors

Nur Hanisah Hadi,Mahendra Rao Somalu,Abdullah Abdul Samat,Wan Nor Anasuhah Wan Yusoff,Andanastuti Muchtar,Nurul Akidah Baharuddin,Muhammed Ali Shaikh Abdul,Jarot Raharjo,Deni Shidqi Khaerudini,Abdalla M Abdalla,Abul Kalam Azad

Journal

Processes

Published Date

2023/6/24

Highlights NiO–BCZY powder prepared by citrate sol–gel method has homogenous particles; NiO–BCZY powder showed an average particle size of 51 ± 16 nm; NiO–BCZY powder calcined at 1100 °C showed a cubic phase without any impurities; The conductivity of anode sintered at 1200–1400 °C was 443–1124 S/cm at 800 °C; Anode sintered at 1400 °C exhibited the lowest ASR of 1.165 Ω cm2 at 800 °C. Abstract Understanding the impact of sintering temperature on the physical and chemical properties of Ni-BaCe0.54Zr0.36Y0.1O3-δ (Ni-BCZY) composite anode is worthy of being investigated as this anode is the potential for protonic ceramic fuel cell (PCFC) application. Initially, NiO–BCZY composite powder with 50 wt% of NiO and 50 wt% of BCZY is prepared by the sol–gel method using citric acid as the chelating agent. Thermogravimetric analysis indicates that the optimum calcination temperature of the synthesised powder is 1100 °C. XRD result shows that the calcined powder exists as a single cubic phase without any secondary phase with the lattice parameter (a) of 4.332 Å. FESEM analysis confirms that the powder is homogeneous and uniform, with an average particle size of 51 ± 16 nm. The specific surface area of the calcined powder measured by the Brunauer–Emmett–Teller (BET) technique is 6.25 m2/g. The thickness, porosity, electrical conductivity and electrochemical performance of the screen-printed anode are measured as a function of …

Future perspective of house hold waste management in Brunei: A comparison with successful Swedish system

Authors

Dk Amirah Najibah Binti Pg Aliuddin,Md Sumon Reza,Abdalla M Abdalla,Abul K Azad

Journal

AIP Conference Proceedings

Published Date

2023/1/10

Increased garbage generation is a growing problem in developing countries. Households mainly create the bulk of municipal solid waste in Brunei. Brunei has also followed the same path. If the wastes are not managed properly, the country will face environmental challenges, such as enormous amounts of rubbish filling landfills. Sweden is the global frontrunner in trash management and recycling. While the waste energy technology in Sweden has recycled 99% of the wastes, Brunei has only recycled 11.3% of its entire waste. The current waste management and disposal in Brunei can be improved by focusing efforts on a unified, integrated waste management system in Sweden.

Structural, Thermal, and Electrochemical Properties of Ce 0.8−2x Sm 0.2 Zrx Mgx O2−d, {x = 0.05, 0.1 & 0.15} Promising Electrolyte Compounds for (IT-SOFCs …

Authors

Abdalla M Abdalla,Abul K Azad,Mohamed MK Dawood,Juntakan Taweekun

Journal

Energies

Published Date

2023/6/24

CSZM compounds were synthesized by dry chemistry route with 5, 10, and 15% dopant of Mg dopants in the Ce 0.8−2x Sm 0.2 Zrx Mgx O2−d, {x = 0.05, 0.1 & 0.15}. The newly investigated materials were physically, chemically, and electrochemically studied and have shown promising results. The CSZM was crystalized in a fluorite structure with a pure cubic phase in a space group Fm3m and cell parameter a = 5.401742 °A and theoretical density from 7.6 to 8.9 after firing in the air with a final temperature of 1400 °C. Characterization of the structure and indexing of electrolyte materials were made after X-ray diffraction (XRD) testing. A Scanning electron microscope (SEM) morphological analysis was used to examine the microstructure details. Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) measurements were performed from 400 °C to 700 °C which show the highest conductivity value of 1.0461 × 10+1 S/cm at 700 °C. In comparison, the minimum value was 2.7329 × 10−2 S/cm at 400 °C, and the total activation energy (Ea°A) was found to be 0.6865 eV under 5% H2/Ar.

Hydrogen production technologies: Conventional processes

Authors

Abdalla M Abdalla,Osama Abdelrehim,Bo Wei,Xinzhi Wang,Abul K Azad,Mohamed K Dawood

Published Date

2023/1/1

Hydrogen is a nontoxic gas used to generate electricity, or power and heat. It is produced via a variety of methods that use either fossil fuel or renewable resources. Issues of carbon emissions and green energy requirements for a low-carbon energy future need to be considered when developing and choosing processes to generate hydrogen. This chapter discusses both conventional and nonconventional methods for producing hydrogen, including steam reforming (SR), partial oxidation reforming (POR), and autothermal reforming (ATR) techniques. It also examines chemical processes, such as electrolysis, fermentation, and high-temperature and photoelectrochemical water-splitting techniques. The chapter addresses the environmental impacts of the different processes and discusses different techniques for transport, storage, and distribution of hydrogen. Finally, it highlights the challenges of hydrogen …

Water desalination plant powered by solid oxide fuel cell technology in Egypt

Authors

Abdalla M Abdalla,Xinzhi Wang,Bo Wei,Osama Abdelrehim,Abdallah H Ali,Abd-elmoez Rmadan,Amr A Abd-Alhady,Mohamed M Elhendy,Mahmoud M Khalil,Mostafa E AboElsoud,Abul K Azad,Mohamed MK Dawood

Journal

Journal of Cleaner Production

Published Date

2022/9/10

The unique location of Egypt makes it very promising for obtaining freshwater from the sea. After applying suitable desalination techniques integrated with solar radiation photovoltaics (PVs), freshwater can be easily produced. Integrated desalination, including solid oxide fuel cells (SOFCs), PVs, and a reverse osmosis (RO) system is proposed in this work. To demonstrate the advantages and better improve the efficiency of the integrated system, a mathematical model was established for evaluation. In this work, the model was applied in two different locations with high intensity solar radiation (El-Zafrana and El-Arish). The RO system was applied and integrated with SOFC technology then simulated and modeled using MATLAB Simulink. Results demonstrate the ability to obtain 2000 t/d freshwater production capacity with consideration of SOFC devices. The expected annual income from this plant is 750,000 USD …

A SrCo0. 9Ta0. 1O3-δ derived medium-entropy cathode with superior CO2 poisoning tolerance for solid oxide fuel cells

Authors

Yuan Gao,Xiqiang Huang,Mengke Yuan,Juntao Gao,Zhe Wang,Abdalla M Abdalla,Abul K Azad,Lingling Xu,Zhe Lv,Bo Wei

Journal

Journal of Power Sources

Published Date

2022/8/30

The development of highly efficient and robust cathodes is crucial for intermediate temperature solid oxide fuel cells (IT-SOFC). Perovskite type SrCo0.9Ta0.1O3-δ (SCT91) is a promising cathode but its instability against CO2 limits the practical application. In this work, a new medium-entropy SrCo0.5Fe0.2Ti0.1Ta0.1Nb0.1O3-δ (SCFTTN52111) cathode is designed and evaluated. The effect of configuration entropy on electrical conductivity, physical and electrochemical properties are studied in detail. The SCFTTN52111 cathode exhibits a lower polarization resistance of 0.033 Ω cm2 at 700 °C, superior to 0.040 Ω cm2 of SCT91 parent. The higher oxygen reduction activity is attributed to its larger surface exchange coefficient and smaller particle size. More importantly, SCFTTN52111 displays outstanding stability and high CO2 tolerance, due to a more negative value of average metal-oxygen bond energy and …

Experimental investigation of a stepped solar still employing a phase change material, a conical tank, and a solar dish

Authors

Basem E. Elnaghi Mohamed M. Khairat Dawood,Ali I. Shehata,Ahmed S. Shehata,Abd Elnaby Kabeel,Khaled Ramzy,Abdalla M. Abdalla,Tamer Nabil,Mohamed Elsabahy

Journal

International journal of Energy Research

Published Date

2022/7/18

The configuration of an external solar dish improves the performance of stepped slope solar still (SS) in an experimental setting. The use of an external solar dish raises the effects of the water basin, resulting in a higher rate of evaporation. The stepped still was designed, built, and tested in Ismailia, Egypt, using local weather conditions. The proposed SS had a 1 m2 base area and eight steps, a solar dish with a concentration ratio of 80, a cone tank, two centrifugal pumps, four photovoltaic modules totaling 1000 W, a control unit, and solenoid valves. The impact of utilizing the storage material during the phases was investigated. A nozzle was installed at the top of the cone tank. Four mass flow rates of circulated water were examined 250, 350, 450, and 550 mL/min. The control unit receives inputs from the photovoltaic output, photodiodes, and water temperature inside the cone. The control unit outputs the signal …

Mathematical modeling for fuel cells

Authors

Abdalla M Abdalla,Mohamed K Dawood,Shahzad Hossain,Mohamed El-Sabahy,Basem E Elnaghi,Shabana PS Shaikh,Abul K Azad

Published Date

2022/1/1

The mathematical modeling and simulation for fuel cells is extremely essential before experimental investigation done for any fuel cell device. The nature of fluid follow inside the system requires a higher control as it could be model in 2D or a highly 3D, isothermal or non-isothermal, multicomponent/phases and finally time dependence. Some other parameters are essentially required to be well studied like; scale (macro, micro or nano), flow channels, porosity levels of used electrode, catalytic activities, current collectors, interconnects, and electrolyte densification levels. The software tools nowadays is offering a great benefit compared to experimental investigation as it is considerably cheaper to analyze with a complete physical features. Moreover, it can give very accurate simulation of the tested environment with more control without losing more efforts. Through this chapter, there is a highlight on most common …

Electrochemical Performance of SrWO4 Electrolyte for SOFC

Authors

Ahmed Afif,Nikdalila Radenahmad,Juliana Zaini,Abdalla Mohamed Abdalla,Seikh Mohammad Habibur Rahman,Quentin Hoon Nam Cheok,Abul Kalam Azad

Journal

International Journal of Integrated Engineering

Published Date

2021/9/1

Scheelite structured SrWO 4 material was synthesized by the solid-state sintering method and studied with respect to phase stability and ionic conductivity under condition of technological relevance for SOFC applications. The resulting compound was crystallized in the single phase of tetragonal scheelite structure with the space group of I4 1/a. Room temperature X-ray diffraction and subsequent Rietveld analysis confirms its symmetry, space group and structural parameters. Analysis by SEM illustrated a highly dense structure. SrWO 4 sample shows lower conductivity compared to the traditional BCZY perovskite structured materials. SrWO 4 sample exhibited an ionic conductivity of 1.93 ×10 −6 S cm-¹ at 1000â „ƒ in dry Ar condition. Since this scheelite type compound demonstrated significant conductivity and a dense microstructure, it could serve in SOFC as a mixed ion-conducting electrolyte.

Advanced applications of fuel cells during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Authors

Shammya Afroze,Md Sumon Reza,Quentin Cheok,Shafi Noor Islam,Abdalla M Abdalla,Juntakan Taweekun,Abul K Azad,Nima Khalilpoor,Alibek Issakhov

Published Date

2021/6/10

COVID-19 was identified all over the world as a pandemic in December 2019. This novel coronavirus affects the lower respiratory area, which causes pneumonia in the human body and transfers from human to human. Every day, the number of new patients and the number of deaths are increasing immensely, while specific drugs for this virus are still being developed. Hospitals are struggling to accommodate patients, resulting in a large number of temporary hospitals. These makeshift hospitals need an uninterrupted power supply to continuously maintain all the electrical facilities. Fuel cells, especially solid oxide fuel cells, play an essential role in meeting the additional energy needs of humankind during this critical moment. SOFCs are able to supply power to those makeshift hospitals from the main hospital building, as well as supplying electricity to locked-down residential areas to ease the strain on the electrical grid during this pandemic situation. As a result of their extensive applicability and numerous uses, SOFCs can be used to address electrical needs challenges in various sectors.

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Challenges in the synthesis of ceramic nanoparticles and its applications in the energy sector

Salinity impacts on humidification dehumidification (HDH) desalination systems

Life Cycle Cost Assessment of Electric, Hybrid, and Conventional Vehicles in Bangladesh: A Comparative Analysis

Developments and key challenges in micro/nanostructured binary transition metal oxides for lithium-ion battery anodes

Structural and Electrochemical Performance of Sr0. 9La0. 1WO4 Electrolyte Materials for Solid Oxide Fuel Cells

Structure of Magnesium Doped Yttrium Barium Zirconate as a Novel Compound

Innovative lithium-ion battery recycling: Sustainable process for recovery of critical materials from lithium-ion batteries

Nanostructured electrocatalysts for advanced applications in fuel cells

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The research interests of Abdalla M Abdalla are: Fuel Cells and Batteries, Advanced Energy materials, Renewable Energy, Energy Storage, Water

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Abdalla M Abdalla has 2,567 citations in total.

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The co-authors of Abdalla M Abdalla are JTS Irvine, A.E.Kabeel, Abd elnaby kabeel, Bo Wei, Dr Abul K Azad, Mahendra Rao Somalu, Jun Zhou.

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    JTS Irvine

    University of St Andrews

    H-index: 88
    A.E.Kabeel, Abd elnaby kabeel

    A.E.Kabeel, Abd elnaby kabeel

    Tanta University

    H-index: 45
    Bo Wei

    Bo Wei

    Harbin Institute of Technology

    H-index: 40
    Dr Abul K Azad

    Dr Abul K Azad

    Universiti Brunei Darussalam

    H-index: 31
    Mahendra Rao Somalu

    Mahendra Rao Somalu

    Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

    H-index: 25
    Jun Zhou

    Jun Zhou

    Xi'an Jiaotong University

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