Mohammad Bazmi

About Mohammad Bazmi

Mohammad Bazmi, With an exceptional h-index of 4 and a recent h-index of 4 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Amirkabir University of Technology, specializes in the field of CO2 Capture, Energy, Environment, Membrane, Process Design and Optimization.

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

Effective adsorption of amoxicillin by using UIO-66@ Cr-MIL-101 nanohybrid: isotherm, kinetic, thermodynamic, and optimization by central composite design

Eco-environmental analysis of different routes for the synthesis of MIL-53 (Fe): An integrated life cycle assessment and life cycle cost approaches

Thermodynamic modeling of gas solubility in Ionic Liquid employed as sweep solvent for methanol synthesis

Synthesis of novel and tunable Micro-Mesoporous carbon nitrides for Ultra-High CO2 and H2S capture

Advanced Ceramic Membranes/Modules for Ultra Efficient Hydrogen (H2) Production/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Capture for Coal-Based Polygeneration Plants: Fabrication, Testing, and CFD …

Mohammad Bazmi Information

University

Amirkabir University of Technology

Position

M.Sc. Student at

Citations(all)

80

Citations(since 2020)

80

Cited By

0

hIndex(all)

4

hIndex(since 2020)

4

i10Index(all)

3

i10Index(since 2020)

3

Email

University Profile Page

Amirkabir University of Technology

Mohammad Bazmi Skills & Research Interests

CO2 Capture

Energy

Environment

Membrane

Process Design and Optimization

Top articles of Mohammad Bazmi

Effective adsorption of amoxicillin by using UIO-66@ Cr-MIL-101 nanohybrid: isotherm, kinetic, thermodynamic, and optimization by central composite design

Authors

Soheila Sharafinia,Alimorad Rashidi,Farnoush Tabarkhoon,Fahime Dehghan,Farnaz Tabarkhoon,Mohammad Bazmi

Journal

Scientific Reports

Published Date

2023/12/20

In this research, the amoxicillin (AMX) removal was studied on a prepared nanosorbent from MOFs. The aim of this research work is to prepare nanohybrids based on metal–organic frameworks (MOFs) as an efficient nanosorbent for the absorption of amoxicillin drug. In this study, UIO-66 nanoparticles (UIO-66 NPs) were prepared from Zirconium (Zr) metal and 1,4-benzene dicarboxylic acid (BDC). Then UIO-66@Cr-MIL-101 nanohybrid was synthesized by hydrothermal method. Structural and physicochemical properties of nanohybrid UIO-66@Cr-MIL-101 were characterized by different analyses such as X-ray diffraction analysis (XRD), fourier transform infrared spectrometer (FT-IR), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), energy dispersive X-ray (EDX), transmission electron microscopy (TEM), therapeutic goods administration (TGA), and Brunauer–Emmett–Teller (BET). The effect of four fundamental variables …

Eco-environmental analysis of different routes for the synthesis of MIL-53 (Fe): An integrated life cycle assessment and life cycle cost approaches

Authors

Davood Mohammady Maklavany,Zahra Rouzitalab,Mohammad Bazmi,Mojtaba Askarieh,Ashkan Nabavi-Pelesaraei

Journal

ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering

Published Date

2023/6/12

MIL-53(Fe) is a highly efficient nanomaterial with considerable application in environmental engineering. Numerous research studies have been conducted on the synthesis methods, characteristics, and applications of MIL-53(Fe); however, the environmental impact and economics of its synthesis routes have not yet been investigated. In this study, to assess the potential and unintended environmental impacts of MIL-53(Fe) production, a cradle-to-gate life cycle assessment (LCA) was applied to the five synthesis routes of MIL-53(Fe) production. The LCA-ReCiPe2016 model was adopted in SimaPro, and in a joint manner, an analysis of the life cycle costing (LCC) was carried out in the same program to evaluate the internal and external costs for the economic aspects. The interpretation of results at the midpoint level with 18 indicators illustrated that the biggest impacts (more than 70%) come from dimethylformamide …

Thermodynamic modeling of gas solubility in Ionic Liquid employed as sweep solvent for methanol synthesis

Authors

Lucas Oliveira Cardoso,Bruno Santos Conceição,Márcio Luis Lyra Paredes,Silvana Mattedi

Journal

Chemical Industry & Chemical Engineering Quarterly

Published Date

2023/4/6

This work aimed at the thermodynamic modeling of gas solubility in ionic liquids (ILs) using the Soave-Redlich-Kwong (SRK), cubic-plus-association (CPA), and perturbed-chain statistical associating fluid theory (PC-SAFT) equations of state. Wherefore, the routines were developed for the parameterization of ILs. Then, the ILs were implemented in the Aspen plus simulator to evaluate the equations of state and explore the phase equilibrium data with the predictive equations and the correlation of the binary interaction parameter. Hence, it was verified the correlation of the density and speed of sound curves presented limitations to correcting the slope of the curves of pure ILs. Nonetheless, the PC-SAFT with the 4C associative scheme demonstrated a better fit for the thermophysical properties. As for the prediction of phase equilibrium for the [EMIM][TfO], the PC-SAFT with the 2B scheme showed a better fit with CO 2, while the CPA with the 2B scheme presented the best result for H 2 S. For [OMIM][NTf 2], the PC-SAFT with the 1A scheme showed better results with CO 2, and the CPA with the 2B scheme showed the lowest deviation with H 2 S.

Synthesis of novel and tunable Micro-Mesoporous carbon nitrides for Ultra-High CO2 and H2S capture

Authors

Farnaz Tabarkhoon,Hossein Abolghasemi,Alimorad Rashidi,Mohammad Bazmi,Masood S Alivand,Farnoush Tabarkhoon,Mehran Vashaghani Farahani,Mehdi D Esrafili

Journal

Chemical Engineering Journal

Published Date

2023/1/15

Carbon nitride (CN) materials with intrinsic high nitrogen content are potential candidates for acidic gas adsorption. However, these nanomaterials should be further treated to achieve tunable textural properties for ultra-high gas adsorption. Herein, we synthesized dual-pore carbon nitride materials (DP-CN) with a series of ethylenediamine to carbon tetrachloride ratios with different amounts of potassium hydroxide (KOH) as a chemical activator using nanosilica (SiO2) as a hard template to tune the physicochemical properties of the materials. The prepared DP-CN adsorbents had a large surface area (up to 2036.9ám2/g), great pore volume (up to 1.15ácm3/g), and high nitrogen content (10.6 to 15.1áwt%). The best DP-CN displayed ultra-high CO2 and H2S adsorption capacity at 1ábar (8.3 and 13.8ámmol/g, respectively), 10ábar (16.9 and 23.1ámmol/g, respectively), and 30ábar (22.9ámmol/g for CO2) at 25á░C …

Advanced Ceramic Membranes/Modules for Ultra Efficient Hydrogen (H2) Production/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Capture for Coal-Based Polygeneration Plants: Fabrication, Testing, and CFD …

Authors

Mohammad Bazmi,Theodore Tsotsis,Kristian Jessen,Richard Ciora,Douglas Parsley

Published Date

2022/9/12

Inorganic membrane-based systems are a promising technology for precombustion CO2 capture with simultaneous H2 production. State-of-the-art packages for high temperature and pressure service consist of multiple tube membrane bundles prepared in a "candle filter" configuration, in which the membrane tubes are open at one end and sealed at the other. This configuration is used for practical reasons, specifically the need to minimize problems due to thermal expansion mismatch between the ceramic tube bundle and the steel housing. However, the primary technical problem with the candle filter format for commercial-scale installations is the inability to purge the tube side (typically the permeate side), a feature that is crucial for high H2 recovery. In this study, the focus is to design and fabricate the first dual-end open full ceramic multiple tube membrane bundle that enables tube side (permeate) purge for gas separation applications. An additional key feature of this design is the simplified module layout, as the membrane bundles can be installed end-to-end with tube side (permeate) flow directly from one bundle to the next. This layout simplifies the membrane to housing seals and yields significant improvement in membrane packing density. Detailed focus areas in our studies include: (i) Materials development and preparation of the tube-to-tube sheet potting for the dual-ended bundle; (ii) the sealing and optimal module configuration design to minimize membrane stress upon module mounting; (iii) the demonstration, via the fabrication of CMS and Pd-alloy membranes supported on full-size, dual-ended ceramic support bundles, of the first …

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Mohammad Bazmi FAQs

What is Mohammad Bazmi's h-index at Amirkabir University of Technology?

The h-index of Mohammad Bazmi has been 4 since 2020 and 4 in total.

What are Mohammad Bazmi's top articles?

The articles with the titles of

Effective adsorption of amoxicillin by using UIO-66@ Cr-MIL-101 nanohybrid: isotherm, kinetic, thermodynamic, and optimization by central composite design

Eco-environmental analysis of different routes for the synthesis of MIL-53 (Fe): An integrated life cycle assessment and life cycle cost approaches

Thermodynamic modeling of gas solubility in Ionic Liquid employed as sweep solvent for methanol synthesis

Synthesis of novel and tunable Micro-Mesoporous carbon nitrides for Ultra-High CO2 and H2S capture

Advanced Ceramic Membranes/Modules for Ultra Efficient Hydrogen (H2) Production/Carbon Dioxide (CO2) Capture for Coal-Based Polygeneration Plants: Fabrication, Testing, and CFD …

are the top articles of Mohammad Bazmi at Amirkabir University of Technology.

What are Mohammad Bazmi's research interests?

The research interests of Mohammad Bazmi are: CO2 Capture, Energy, Environment, Membrane, Process Design and Optimization

What is Mohammad Bazmi's total number of citations?

Mohammad Bazmi has 80 citations in total.

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