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Babiker Karama Abdalla Mohammed


Name: Babiker Karama Abdalla MohammedKarama Photo
Professor of Chemical Engineering
Nationality:
Sudanese
Birth:
1956, Sudan
Marital status:
Married with 5 Children.
Present Position Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering,
Director of Planning and Human Resources Department
Karary University, Khartoum, Sudan

Languages: Arabic and English

Qualifications: 1- Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, University of Salford, (UK) 1993.
Thesis title: "Heterogeneous Modeling of Fixed Bed and Fluidized Bed Reactors Without and With Selective Membranes for the Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene".
2- M.Phil., Chemical Engineering, University of Bradford, (UK) 1987.
Thesis title: "The Hydrolysis of Formate Esters in Single Organic Drops".
3- B.Sc., Chemical Engineering, University of Khartoum, (Sudan) 1980.
Employment Record 1- April 2011 – to Date:
Professor of Chemical Engineering, Director of Planning and Human Resources Department
Performing the duties of directing:
i- The Planning and Follow up Section
ii- The Information Technology Section
iii- The Self Accreditation and Reliance Section
iv- Beside Lecturing and Supervising Postgraduate and Undergraduate Students and Courses.
2- November 2005 – April 2011:
Associate Professor - Department of Chemical Engineering – Karary University – Khartoum – Sudan
Lecturing:
1- Catalysis and Catalytic Reactor Design (Postgraduate Program – University of Khartoum)
2- Plant Scale-Up and Scale Down (Postgraduate Program – University of Khartoum)
3- Advanced Reactor Design (Postgraduate Program – University of Gezira)
4- Modeling and Simulation of Chemical Processes (Postgraduate Program – University of Gezira)
5- Environmental Impact Assessment [EIA], Risks and Legislations, (Postgraduate Program, Sudan Academy of Science (SAS)).
6- Introduction to Information Management Systems
7- Engineering Management
8- Production Management I & II
9- Kinetics and Reactor Design I & II (KAT & U of K)
10- Production Cost Estimation
11- Measurements & Chemical Process Control I & II
12- Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering
13- Particulate Solid Mechanics
14- Mass Transport Processes
15- Introduction to Engineering
3- September 1997 To September 2005.
Associate Professor - Department of Chemical Engineering – Qatar University
Lecturing:
1- Chemical Process Control (CHE412)
2- Unit Operations II (CHE423), Absorption, Adsorption and Crystallization
3- Petroleum Refining Processes (502431)
4- Unit Operations I (502322), Leaching, Distillation and Liquid-Liquid Extraction
5- Chemical Reaction Engineering (502321), (502314)
6- Fluid Flow for Chemical Engineers (CHE-204)
7- Computer Methods for Chemical Engineers (502211), (503360), (501300)
8- Petrochemical Technology (502533), (502433)
9- Chemical Engineering Economics (502427), Engineering Economy (501360)
10- Computer Programming (501151)
11- Industrial Process Chemistry (501103)
12- Transport Phenomena I (502305)
Other Activities:
1- Member of the College of Engineering Continuous Education Committee – 1997 – 1999.
2- Member of the College of Engineering Open Day Committee 1998 – 1999.
3- Member of the College of Engineering Summer Training Committee 1997 – 1999.
4- Member of the College of Engineering Timetable Committee 1999 – 2005.
5- Member of the Chemical Engineering Department Recruitment Committee 1998 – 2004.
6- Member of the College of Engineering Seminar, Social and Alumni Committee 1999 – 2005.
7- Member of the College of Engineering Publication and Homepage Committee 2002 – 2005.
8- Member of the College of Engineering ABET Accreditation Committee 2002 – 2005.
9- Member of the Scientific Committee of the 2nd International Conference of Chemistry and Its Application 2002 – 2003.
10- Head of the Department of Chemical Engineering ABET Accreditation Committee 2001 – 2005.
11- Secretary of the Chemical Engineering Department Council 1997 – 2005.
4- Aug. 1994 to September 1997.
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) - School of Chemical Engineering - University of Science Malaysia.
Lecturing:
1- Unit Operation I (EKC 230/4) Heat Transfer.
2- Fluid Mechanics for Chemical Engineers (EKC 221/4).
3- Chemical Engineering Laboratory I (EKC 290/3)
(Fluid mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass transfer)
4- Strength of Materials for Chemical Engineers (EBB106)
5- Computational Engineering (EKC 370/3)
6- Chemical Reaction Engineering (EKC 360/4)
7- Chemical Engineering Laboratory II (EKC 390/3)
(Distillation, Drying, Evaporation and Liquid-Liquid Systems)
8- Transport Phenomenon (EKC 440/3)
9- Chemical Engineering Laboratory III (EKC 490/3)
(Reaction Engineering, Adsorption, Solid Handling, Water Treatment, Filtration and Membrane Technology)
10- Simulation and Optimization of Chemical Processes (EKC 450/3)
11- Water Pollution (EKC 465/4)
12- Petroleum Processing for Chemical Engineers (EKC 333)
5- July 1982 - July 1994.
Research Assistant (Research Engineer) - Petroleum Engineering Department, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Performing the duties of:
1- Laboratory instructor in the department e.g.
I- Reservoir Rock Analysis Lab.
ii- Reservoir Production Lab.
iii- Pressure-Volume-Temperature (PVT.) Lab.
2- Assisting final year students on their graduation projects.
3- Assisting on the major Research projects in the department.
6- Aug. 1980 - Dec. 1981.
Operation Engineer - Elshiekh Oil Mills, Port-Sudan, Sudan. As a Chemical Engineer performing the duties of:
1- Operation and maintenance of the solvent extraction plant.
2- Operation and maintenance of the ion exchange water softener.
3- Laboratory analysis of raw materials and products.

Memberships

Professional Institutions:
1- The American Institute of Chemical Engineers (AIChE, membership no. 113284).
2- The Sudanese Engineering Association (Khartoum – Sudan Ref. No. 1913)
3- The American Chemical Society (ACS, Membership No. 2119237).
4- American Association For The Advancement of Science (AAAS, Membership No. H6FCTSO)
5- New York Academy of Sciences.

Students Supervision Postgraduate
PhD:
1- Reservoir Formation Water Bio-Treatments for Recycle and Reuse
2- Inhibition of Iron (steel) corrosion in oil pipeline
3- Environmental Impact Analysis (EIA) in Petroleum and Petrochemical Industries Case Study Sudan Oil Fields, 2010; Mohamed Hassan Ahmed Abdalla, Karary University.
4- Modeling, simulation and optimization of the Natural Gas processing for the production of liquid fuels
5- Application of SCADA system for the control of a Petroleum Refinery
6- Utilization of Local Non-Edible Oil Seed for the Production of Biodiesel
7- Corrosion in Refining and Petrochemical Industries Processes
8- Utilization of castor oil as lubricant,
Postgraduate
MSC Full Research:
1- Evaluation of energy consumption in vegetable oil mills in Sudan
2- production of Biodiesel from used Cocking Oil
3- Crude Oil Acidity
4- Design of Pilot for the Production of yellow cake and phosphoric Acid
5- Ballistic optimization of the star grain configuration in HTPB propellant
6- Study of Factors Affecting Burning Rate of HTPB Propellant
7- Study-evaluation and development the properties of Crude oil from Center Processing Facilities (CPF) to Marine terminal (MT)
8- Waste Water treatment for GIAD Industrial Area

Postgraduate
MSc Partial Fulfillment Research:

1- Utilization of Gasoline-Ethanol Blends (Gasohol) as an Alternative Fuel, 2006/2007; Mohammed Ibrahim Gibreel, M. Sc., Karary Academy of Technology [KAT].
2- Production Simulation of Di-Methyl Ether From Methane, 2006/2007; Elrashid Abulrahman Noureldin Idris, M. Sc., Karary Academy of Technology [KAT].
3- Study of True Boiling Points for Crude Oil Blends, 2006/2007; Khateeb Abdul Aziz Osman Hamid, M. Sc., Karary Academy of Technology [KAT].
4- HEAVY CRUDE OIL EMULSION TRANSPORTATION AND SEPERATION PROCESS
5- Modeling and Simulation of Pipeline for Heavy Crude Oil Transportation
6- PARAFFIN DEPOSITION AND REMOVAL OF WAX FROM WAXY CRUDE OILS
7- Industrial Air Pollution; Khartoum North Industrial Area Case Study
8- Biodegradation of Petroleum Reservoir Produced Water
9- Preliminary Investigation of Environmental and Economic Conditions in Dry Battery Industry
10- Recycle and Reuse of Solid Wastes from Domestic Houses [Sudanese Houses Case Study]
11- Radioisotope Applications for Troubleshooting and Optimizing Industrial Process in Petrochemical Industry
12- Chemical Flooding Application in Sudanese Reservoirs
13- Design and Evaluation of Industrial Safety System and Waste Management for Acid Plants
14- Natural Gas Synthesis For Production Of High Octane Number Gasoline
15- Pinch Technology Applications for Heat exchangers network
16- Study and Evaluation of Balila Oil Field Vis-breaking plant
17- Design of a Loop Reactor for the Production of Different Types of Polymers
18- Modeling and Simulation of Bio fuel Reactors
19- Prediction of Hydrodynamic Equations for Particles Motion
20- Naphthinic Acid Removal from Heavy Crude Oil
21- Modeling and simulation of industrial waste sour water for ammonia recovery unit
22- Modeling and Simulation of Enhanced Oil Recovery [EOR] Application in a Sudanese Reservoir [CSS Application]
23- Screening Criteria for Enhanced Oil Recovery [EOR] Applications in some Sudanese Producing Wells
24- Simulation of a Vis-Breaking Unit using HYSYS program
25- Simulation and Optimization of Biochemical Process to Produce Bioethanol
26- Design of an Integrated plant for multi-Production system. Case Study Production of Ammonium Perchlorate and Ammonium Nitrate
27- Economic Evaluation of Enhanced Oil Recovery
28- Modeling Simulation of EOR in Sudanese Reservoir
29- Biomass Gasification to Useful Fuels
30- Modeling Simulation and Optimization Of an Ammonia Plant
31- Kinetics Study of the DHT Unit of KRC

Under-graduate:
1- Mathematical Modeling of An Experimental Reaction System. 1996.
2- Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of An Exiting Catalytic Reactors. 1996.
3- Practical Study of the Removal of Toluene and Other Pollutants from Air. 1996.
4- Preparation and Characterization of Dehydrogenation Catalysts. 1997.
5- Preparation and Characterization of Catalysts for the Oxidative coupling of Methane. 1997.
6- Simulation of Dehydrogenation Processes in Catalytic Membranes Reactors. 1997.
7- Industrial West Water Treatment. 1997.
8- Novel Reactors for the dehydrogenation reactions using fluidized beds without and with selective membranes. 1998.
9- Production of Gasoline from Natural Gas using Slurry Reactors GTL. 1998.
10- Phase Transfer Catalysis in Liquid-Liquid Systems. 1999.
11- Natural Gas Processing in Self-Sustained Reactors. 2000.
12- Design of Laboratory Scale Tubular Reactor. 2000.
13- Bi-functional Membrane Reactors for the Dehydrogenation and Hydrogenation processes. 2001.
14- A Modified Approach for the Optimization of the Modified Claus Process for the Sulfur Recovery from Natural Gas. 2002.
15- Simulation and Validation of Polyethylene Process. 2002.
16- A laboratory design of evaporation columns. 2003.
17- Modeling and Simulation Of a Laboratory Scale Tubular Reactor. 2003.
18- Process Model Development Using Polymer Plus, 2004.
19- Design and Simulation of LPG Recovery Unit, 2004.
20- Natural Gas Hydrates an Alternative to LNG. 2005.
21- Water Production from Air Humidity, 2005.
22- Design of Novel Natural Gas to Liquids (GTL) Process, 2006.
23- Design of a Food Additives Unit for a Floor mill Factory, 2007.
24- Design of a Diesel Oil Purification Unit, 2007.
25- Design of Gas Recovery Unit for the Production of Fuels, 2007.

Research Activities Research Activities Carried Out:
1- Research No. CH. 1407/2.
Kinetic studies using the single drop techniques for the removal of heavy metals from the industrial west water in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. A. O. A. Farag, M. E. E. Abashar and B. K. Abdalla, King Saud University, College of Engineering, Research Centre, 1987.
2- Research No. PE. 411/1.
Rheological Properties of Saudi Crude oil Dispersions.
A. E. Omar and B. K. Abdalla, King Saud University, College of Engineering, Research Centre, 1991.
3- Research No. PE. 410/1.
Determination of the minimum miscibility pressure of Carbon Dioxide in Saudi crude Oils.
M. S. H. Al-Malik and B. K. Abdalla, King Saud University, College of Engineering, Research Centre, 1991.
4- Research No. PE. 411/8.
Injectivity index measurements with non-Newtonian polymer Solutions.
A. E. Omar and B. K. Abdalla, King Saud University, College of Engineering, Research Centre, 1992.
5- Novel Reactors for the Production of Styrene by Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene.
S. H. Al-Khowaiter, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie and B.K. Abdalla, King Abdul Aziz City For Science and Technology (KACST), Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 1994.
5- Kinetics and Catalysis of Palm Oil Hydrogenation Reaction.
B.K. Abdalla, K.I. Islam and S. Bhatia, University of Science, Malaysia, School of Chemical Engineering, (USM, KCP), 1995.
6- (a) Design of Selective Catalysts for the Oxidative Coupling of Natural Gas Process.
(b) Design of Catalysts for the Oxidative and Non-Oxidative Dehydrogenation of Cyclo-Hexane to Benzene.
(c) Kinetics Study for the Development of A Novel Reactor for the Partial Oxidation of Natural Gas to Methanol.
Jasimuz Zaman, N.A.M. Zabidi, B.K. Abdalla, Chemical Reaction Engineering and Catalysis Design Group (CRECDG), School of Chemical Engineering, University of Science, Malaysia, (USM-KCP), 1996.
7- Recycle of Waste Lubricating Oil using Solvent Extraction Techniques.
M.I. Abdul Mutalib and N.O.M. Elbashir, University of Technology, Malaysia, B.K. Abdalla, School of Chemical Engineering, University of Science, Malaysia, (USM-KCP), 1996.
8- Development of a process for the oxidative coupling of methane (OCM) to ethylene. Research for the R & D funding under the Malaysian IRPA, RM7.
Jasimuz Zaman, B.K. Abdalla N.A.M. Zabidi, H. Mukhtar, S. Bhatia, Chemical Reaction Engineering and Catalysis Design Group (CRECDG), School of Chemical Engineering, University of Science, Malaysia, (USM-KCP)
R. Othman, Z.A. Ahmad, and A.F. Mohd. Noor, School of Materials and Mineral Resources Engineering, University of Science Malaysia.
Current Research Activities:
Research Interest:
1- Reaction Kinetics and Phase Transfer Catalysis (PTC), of heterogeneous and homogeneous systems.
2- Application of Selective Membranes in Fixed and Fluidized Beds Reactors.
3- Modeling, Simulation and Optimization of Existing
Industrial Petrochemical Reactors and Processes.
4- Adaptive Control of Chemical Processes.
5- Natural Gas, Fuel of the Future:
• Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), Processing
• Natural Gas Liquids (NGL)
• Natural Gas Hydrates (NGH)
• Gas to Liquid (GTL)
6. Production of Bio-fuels from Vegetable oils
7. Enhanced Oil Recovery
8. Production of Biopolymers
9. Nanotechnology in Chemical Engineering Processes

Journal Reviews:
Acting as reviewer to the following Journals:
1- King Saud University, Deanship of Scientific Research, Applied Research Program Address: P.O. Box : 2454, Riyadh – 11451, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia Telephone: 4673399/4679781, Fax: 4674211.
2- Engineering Journal of the University of Qatar. Address: College of Engineering, P. O. Box 2713, Doha City, State of Qatar. Telephone: +974-485-2118
3- International Journal of Hydrogen Energy,Published by the International Association for Hydrogen Energy. Address: P. O. Box 248266, Coral Gables, Florida 33124, USA.
4- Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Research Published by the American Chemical Society, Address: Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Texas At Austin, Austin, Texas 78712. Reviewer ID: bakf01
5- Scientia Iranica Journal, Iran Affiliated to Sharif University of Technology. Address: POB 11365-8639 Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran Fax :( 98-21)6012983.
6- Environmental Science and Technology Journal, Published by the American Chemical Society, Address: National Center for Clean Industrial And Treatment Technologies, Michigan Technology University 1400 Townsend Drive Houghton, MI 49931.
7- Computers and Chemical Engineering Journal, Published by the Pergamon, an imprint of Elsevier Science, Address: School of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907.
8- وزارة التعليم العالي والبحث العلمي, هيئة التعليم التقني, مجلة التعليم التقني, الخرطوم , السودان.
9- Sudan University of Science Technology, Deanship of Scientific Research, Journal of Engineering and Computer Science (JECS)

Seminars 1- Hydrolysis of format esters in single organic drops; School of Chemical Engineering, University Science Malaysia, 10/03/1996
2- Use of the Internet for the engineering data collection; School of Chemical Engineering, University Science Malaysia, 10/05/1995
3- The ABET Chemical Engineering Assessment Activities Report; University of Qatar, ABET Advisory team visit, University Conference Room, 10/05/2003
4- A NOVELCIRCULATING FLUIDIZED BED MEMBRANE REFORMER FOR THE EFFICIENT PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN FOR FUEL CELLS; College of Engineering Seminar Committee Activity, University of Qatar, 13/04/2004.
5- Membranes in the Water Desalination; College of Arts and Sciences, University of Qatar, International Water Day, 23/03/2005.
6- Chemistry and Formulation of Biopolymers; African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS), Sudan National Chapter, A Workshop on Biopolymers, Environment and Sustainable Development, SAS, Khartoum, Sudan, 14-03-2012.

Conferences Local, Regional and International
1- The 41st Canadian Chemical Engineers Conference, October 1991 Vancouver, Canada.
2- Third Saudi Engineering Conference, 24-27 November 1991, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
3- Symposium on Production and Processing of Natural Gas, 29 Feb.-2 March, 1992, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
4- International Conference on Chemistry in Industry, 14-16 November 1992, Manama, Bahrain.
5- 12th Canadian Symposium on Catalysis, 1992, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
6- 1st International Conference on Chemistry & its Application, Qatar, Dec. 1993.
7- The International Meeting of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (ACHEMA 94), 1994, Frankfurt/Main, Germany.
8- International Conference on Advances in Strategic Technologies, 12-15, June 1995, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
9- The Eleventh Symposium of Malaysian Chemical Engineers (SOMCE’95), 18-19, June 1995, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia.
10- International Solvent Extraction Conference (ISEC’96) 19-23 March 1996, Melbourne, Australia.
11- Regional Symposium on Chemical Engineering 1997 (RSCE’97) 13-15 October 1997, Johor Baru, Malaysia.
12- 6th Canadian Symposium on Catalysis, Banff, May 23-26, 2000, Banff, Canada.
13- Jordan International Chemical Engineering Conference IV, 22-25 Sept. 2002. Amman, Jordan.
14- The second International Conference of Chemistry and its Applications, 6-9, Dec. 2003, Doha, Qatar.
15- 12th Mediterranean Conference on Control and Automation (MED' 04) June 6-9 2004 Turkey.
16- 16th International Congress of Chemical and Process Engineering CHISA-2004, Prague, Czech Republic, from 22-26 August 2004.
17- International Water Day, University of Qatar, Doha, Qatar, 16th, March, 2005.
18- International Symposium on Gas-Fuel 05, Brugge, Belgium, 14 Nov. – 19 Nov. 2005.
19- The First Oil Refinery Technology Forum, Khartoum Refinery Company (KRC), Khartoum, Sudan, 25-26 May, 2010.
20- African Technology Policy Studies Network (ATPS), Sudan National Chapter, A Workshop on Biopolymers, Environment and Sustainable Development, SAS, Khartoum, Sudan, 14-03-2012.
21- High Acidity Crude Oil Workshop, Ministry of Petroleum, Central Petroleum Laboratories (CPL) 20-21, November, 2012, Khartoum, Sudan.
22- World Congress on Engineering and Technology (CET), 25th – 27th Oct. 2013, Sanya, China.
23- Establishing and Enhancing a Culture of Quality in Higher Education Systems of Arab States; Regional Workshop organized by UNESCO [Offices in Beirut, Khartoum and Doha] and Sudanese Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research (MoHE); on 26th – 28th Nov. 2013, Corinthia Hotel Khartoum.
24- 15th International Conference on AEROSPACE SCIENCES and AVIATION TECHNOLOGY, ASAT - 15 – Military Technical College, Cairo, EGYPT.
25- The 4th International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering (ICPEE 2014) Bali, Indonesia.

Publications
Papers Published in Refereed Journals:

1. Babiker K. Abdalla, Gurashi A.Gasmseed, Mohamed M. Elnour, Abbas M. Ahmed, “Optimum Electrostatic Desalting Efficiency of Alfulla Crude Oil”, SUST Journal of Engineering and Computer Sciences (JECS), Vol. 16, No. 1, 2015.
2. Georgeous, N.B, Gasmseed, G. A., Babiker K. Abdalla, Design and Decoupling of Control System for a Continuous Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR) International Journal of Technical Research and Applications (IJESIT); Volume 3, Issue 6, November 2014
3. Abdalla I. Alajail, Ahmed I. Seedahmed, Babiker K. Abdalla, Omer A. Shaneb, “A Framework for Conversion of Plastic Waste into Fuels and Chemicals (A Review of the Current Waste Situation in Libya), The 4th International Conference on Power and Energy Engineering (ICPEE 2014) Bali, Indonesia.
4. Elnour, M.M., Gasmelseed, G.A., Abdalla, B. K., “ The Effects of High HCl and Changes in pH Levels in CDU Overhead Corrosion”, Journal of Applied and Industrial Sciences, Santa Clara, CA 95054, USA, August 2014.
5. Samah Sir Elkhatim, Gasmseed, G. A., Babiker K. Abdalla, “Transfer Function Identification and Tuning of Crude Oil Distillation Unit Controller at Khartoum Refinery-Sudan”, ”, J. Of App. And Ind. Sciences, 2 (3): 2328-4609, (2014).
6. Mohamed M.Garib Alla, Ahmed I. Ahmed , Babiker K. Abdalla, “CONVERSION OF PLASTIC WASTE TO LIQUID FUEL”, International Journal of Technical Research and Applications., V2, No.3, PP 29-31, 2014.
7. Tomadir A. I. Hamed Babiker K. Abdalla, “Simulation of a Multi Functions Methane SteamReforming Reactor, [MSRR]”, AlNeelain University Journal of Engineering Sciences (NUJES) V.2 No.1 33-39, Dec. (2014).
8. Aisha E. Mohamed Ismail El-Azhary, Babiker K. Abdalla, “Simulation of Vegetable Oil Transesterification for Biodiesel Production”, AlNeelain University Journal of Engineering Sciences (NUJES) V.2 No.1 1-12, Dec. (2014).
9. Abdelaziz,A .I. M., Elamin, I. H. M., Gasmelseed, G. A., Abdalla, B. K.,” Extraction, Refining and Characterization of Sudanese Castor Seed Oil”, Journal of Chemical Engineering, V2, No.1, Santa Clara, CA 95054, USA
10. Maha A. A. Abdelrahman, Atif A. A. Yassin, Esmail H. Hussein and Abdalla, B. K., "Stability of Jatropha Curcas Biodiesel [JCB]" Pinnacle Engineering & Technology, Volume 2014, Article ID pet_117, 6 Pages, 2014.
11. Mohammed, G. E. I., Abdalla, B. K., El-Azhary, I., “Self-Tunning Contollers: The link between the Theory and Applications”, AlNeelain University Journal of Engineering Sciences (NUJES) V.1 No.1 1-12, Dec. (2013).
12. Mohammed, G. E. I., Abdalla, B. K., El-Azhary, I., “Self-tuning Adaptive Control Application in the Refining Processes”, AlNeelain University Journal of Engineering Sciences (NUJES) V.1 No.1 33-39, Dec. (2013).
13. Elrasheed M. Elhaj, Mohamed O. Babiker, Babiker K. Abdalla, “Prediction of Single Sphere Motion in Newtonian and Non Newtonian State Fluids”, University of Khartoum Engineering Journal [UofKEJ], V3, I2, 29-34, Aug. (2013)
14. Abdalla, B. K. and Oshaik, F. O. A.,” Base-Trans-Esterification Process for Biodiesel Fuel Production from Spent Frying Oils”, Journal of Agricultural Sciences, No. 4, No. 9B, 85 – 88, (2013).
15. Ahmed, A. O., Gasmelseed, G. A., Abdalla, B. K. and Musa, A. E., ”Cascade Control of a Continous Stirred Tank Reactor (CSTR)”, J. Of App. And Ind. Sciences, 1 (4): 16-23, (2013).
16. Khalil, A. S., Rahim, A. A., Taha, K. K. and Abdalla, B. K., ”Characterization of Methanolic Extracts of Agarwood Leaves”, J. Of App. And Ind. Sciences, 1 (3): 78-88, (2013).
17. Hassan, R. S., Gasmelseed, G. A., Abdalla, B. K. and Musa, A. E., ”A short-cut Method for Designing Multi-Component Fractionation Column”, J. Of App. And Ind. Sciences, 1, (3): 44-48, (2013).
18. Ameer A. E. Osman, Mohammed H. M. Abuuznien, Babiker K. Abdalla, “ Factors Affecting Burning Rate of Hydroxy Terminated Polybutadiene Propellant” 15th International Conference on AEROSPACE SCIENCES and AVIATION TECHNOLOGY, ASAT - 15 – Military Technical College, Cairo, EGYPT, May 28 - 30, 2013
19. B. K. Abdalla and N. A. Abdullatef, ' Simulation and Economic Evaluation of Natural Gas Hydrates [NGH] as an Alternative to Liquefied Natural Gas [LNG]'', Catalysis Today, 106 (2005) 256-258.
20. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, B. K. Abdalla, ‘On the link between intrinsic catalytic reactions kinetics and the development of catalytic processes Catalytic dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene to styrene’, Catalysis Today, 64, 151 – 162, (2001).
21. B.K. Abdalla, ‘Kinetics Study of the Alkaline Hydrolysis of Two Formate Esters Held in Single Organic Drops’. J. Of Chem. Tech. Biotechnology. 65, (1996) 335-342.
22. B.K. Abdalla, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, 'A Modified Model for the Fluidized Bed Reactor for the Catalytic Steam Reforming of Methane'. J. King Saud Univ. 7, [Engng. Sci.]. (Special Issue), 271-282, (1995).
23. B.K. Abdalla, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, 'Fluidized Bed Reactors without and with Selective Membranes for the Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene'. J. Of Membrane Sci., 101, 31-35, (1995).
24. B.K. Abdalla; S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, 'Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene in Membrane Reactors'. AIChE. J. Vol. 40, no. 12, 2005 – 2059, (1994).
25. B.K. Abdalla, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie; S. Al-Khowaiter; S.S. Elshishini, 'Intrinsic Kinetics and Industrial Reactors Modeling for the Dehydrogenation of ethylbenzene to Styrene on Promoted Iron Oxide Catalysts'. Applied Catalysis A. G.113, 89 – 102, (1994).
26. B.K. Abdalla, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, 'A Membrane Reactor for the Production of Styrene from Ethylbenzene'. J. Of Membrane Sci. 85, 229-239, (1993).
27. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie; B.K. Abdalla; R. Hughes, 'Simulation of the Industrial Fixed Bed Catalytic Reactor for the Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene: Heterogeneous Dusty Gas Model'. Industrial and Eng. Chem. Res. 32, 2537-2541 (1993).
28. A.E. Omar; S.E.M. Desouky; B.K. Abdalla, 'Flow Behavior of Saudi Heavy Crude Oil Emulsions under Turbulent Conditions'. Oil Gas European, 42-44, 1/1992.
29. A.E. Omar; S.E.M. Desouky; B.K. Abdalla, 'Rheological Characteristics of Saudi Crude Oil Emulsions'. J. Of Pet. Sci. Eng. 6. 149-160, (1991).

Papers Presented in Conferences and Published in Conference Proceedings
30. Abdalla, B. K. and Oshaik, F. O. A.,” Base-Trans-Esterification Process for Biodiesel Fuel Production from Spent Frying Oils”, World Congress on Engineering and Technology (CET), 25th – 27th Oct. 2013, Sanya, China.
31. Ameer A. E. Osman, M. H. Abuuznien, Babiker K. Abdalla, “Factors Affecting Burning Rate of Hydroxy Terminated Polybutadiene Propellant”, 15th Inter. Conf. on Aerospace Science and Aviation Technology, Cairo, Egypt, May, 2013.
32. B. K. Abdalla and Nayef A. Abdullateef ‘Simulation and Economic Evaluation of Natural Gas Hydrates [NGH] as an Alternative to Liquefied Natural Gas [LNG]’, Gas-Fuel 05, Brugge, Belgium, 14 Nov. – 19 Nov. 2005.
33. B. K. Abdalla, H. E. Al-Fadala, M. M. AL-Qadi, H. Mehdizadeh and M. S. Abu Nada, ‘Simulation of the Modified Claus Process using Aspen Plus’ CHISA-2004, Prague, Czech Republic.
34. H. E. Al-Fadala, B. K. Abdalla, and B. Mohammad, ’Optimization of Fractionation Units Using Column Targeting Approach (CTA)’, CHISA-2004, Prague, Czech Republic.
35. M. Al-Naemi and B. K. Abdalla, ‘Predictive Control of unknown Nonlinear Systems’, (MED' 04) June 6-9, Turkey.2004.
36. B. K. Abdalla and Hassan AlFadala, ‘Novel Industrial Reactors for the Self-Sustained reactions of the Conversion of Natural Gas to Syngas’, The 4th Jordan International Chemical Engineering Conference, 22-25 Sept. 2002. Amman, Jordan.
37. B.K. Abdalla, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, 'A Fluidized Bed Reactor with Selective Membrane for the Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene'. International Conference on Chemistry in Industry, Bahrain, Nov. 1992. 833 – 848.
38. S. Al-Khowaiter; S.S. Elshishini; S.S.E.H. Elnashaie; B.K. Abdalla, 'Intrinsic Kinetics for the Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene on Promoted Iron-Oxide Catalysts'. Progress in Catalysis, Proceedings of the 12th Canadian Symposium on Catalysis, Banff, Alberta, Canada, Vol. 73, 351 - 358, (1992).
39. B.K. Abdalla, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, 'Modeling of the Fluidized Bed Reactor for the Catalytic Steam Reforming of Methane'. Symposium on Production and Processing of Natural Gas. Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, March 1992.
40. B.K. Abdalla; S. Al-Khowaiter; S.S. Elshishini; S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, Maximization of Styrene Yield from Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene in Fixed and Fluidized Bed Configurations with and without Selective Membranes, The 4Th Saudi Engineering Conference (5-10/11/1995).
41. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, M.E. Abashar, F.M. Alhabdan, B.K. Abdalla, ‘Development of A Number of Heterogeneous Models For Catalytic Reactors in the Ammonia Production Line and Their User Friendly Software Packages.’ International Conference on Advances in Strategic Technologies (ICAST’95), Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, 71-80, (12-15, June 1995), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
42. B.K. Abdalla; S. Al-Khowaiter; S.S. Elshishini; S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, ‘Maximization of Styrene Yield from Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene in Fixed and Fluidized Bed Configurations without and with Selective Membranes.’ International Conference on Advances in Strategic Technologies (ICAST’95), Advanced Manufacturing and Processing, 81-90, (12-15, June 1995), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
43. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, M.E. Abashar, F.M. Alhabdan, B.K. Abdalla, ‘Mathematical Modeling of Si Layers Oxidation and Etching of Si And SiO2 Layers.’ International Conference on Advances in Strategic Technologies (ICAST’95), Electronic and Information Technology, 110-116, (12-15, June 1995), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
44. B.K. Abdalla, ‘Application of Selective Membranes in the Dehydrogenation of Aromatic Hydrocarbons.’ The Eleventh Symposium of Malaysian Chemical Engineers (SOMCE’95), B17-1 b17-4, (18-19, June 1995), Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia.
45. B.K. Abdalla, ‘Kinetics and Catalysis of the Hydrolysis of Formate Esters Held in Single Organic Drop’ International Solvent Extraction Conference (ISEC’96) Melbourne, Australia (1996).
46. B.K. Abdalla, J. Zaman and A. Amir ‘Simulation and Optimization of an Existing Catalytic Reactor: I. Maximization of Product Yield’. RSCE’97, 13-15 Oct. 1997, UTM, Malaysia.
47. S.P. Teh, B.K. Abdalla and J. Zaman, ‘Membrane Reactors for the oxidative coupling of natural gas’ RSCE’97, 13-15 Oct. 1997, UTM, Malaysia.
48. B.G. Teoh, B.K. Abdalla and J. Zaman ‘Optimize reactor development for the partial oxidation of methane to methanol’. RSCE’97, 13-15 Oct. 1997, UTM, Malaysia.

Papers Presented in Conferences and Published as Abstracts:
49. Abdalla*, B. K., El-Azhary** I. and Mohamed**, A. E. Simulation and Optimization of Biodiesel Production from Vegetable Oil Transesterification”, World Congress on Engineering and Technology (CET), 25th – 27th Oct. 2013, Sanya, China.
50. B. K. Abdalla, H. E. Al-Fadala and A. A. Al-Obaidan, ‘Bi-Functional Membrane Reactors for the Dehydrogenation-Hydrogenation Processes’, 2nd International Conference of Chemistry and Its Applications, 6-9, Dec. 2003.
51. B. K. Abdalla, H. E. Al-Fadala and M. M. AL-Qadi, ‘A New Approach for the Simulation of the Modified Claus Process, 2nd International Conference of Chemistry and Its Applications, 6-9, Dec. 2003.
52. B. K. Abdalla, and H. AlFadala, ‘Oxidation-Reforming Reactions of the Natural Gas Conversion to Syngas’, 2nd International Conference of Chemistry and Its Applications, 6-9, Dec. 2003.
53. H. E. Al-Fadala, B. K. Abdalla and M. K. Al-Jalahma, ‘Simulation and Validation of Polyethylene Process’, 2nd International Conference of Chemistry and Its Applications, 6-9, Dec. 2003.
54. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie; B.K. Abdalla; S. Al-Khowaiter; S.S. Elshishini, 'Maximization of Styrene Yield from the Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene in Fixed and Fluidized Bed Configurations Without and With Selective Membranes.' The International Meeting of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology (ACHEMA 94) Frankfurt/Main, Germany (1994).
55. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie; B.K. Abdalla; S. Al-khowaiter; S.S. Elshishini, 'Maximization of Styrene Yield from the Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene using different catalysts and different Reactor Configurations: I. Fixed Bed Configurations Without and With Selective Membranes.' 1st International Conference on Chemistry & its Application, Qatar, Dec. 1993, (page 149 Book of Abstracts).
56. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie; B.K. Abdalla; S. Al-khowaiter; S.S. Elshishini, 'Maximization of Styrene Yield from the Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene using different catalysts and different Reactor Configurations: II. Fluidized Bed Configurations Without and With Selective Membranes.' 1st International Conference on Chemistry & its Application, Qatar, Dec. 1993, (page 150 Book of Abstracts).
57. B.K. Abdalla, S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, 'A Rigorous Heterogeneous Model for the Simulation of the Industrial Fixed Bed Catalytic Reactor for the Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene'. 41st Canadian Chemical Engineers Conference, Vancouver, Canada, Oct. 1991.
58. S.S.E.H. Elnashaie, B.K. Abdalla, S. Al-khowaiter, M. B. Noureldeen, T. Alsoudani; ‘On the link between Intrinsic catalytic Reactions Kinetics and the Development of Catalytic Processes. Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Ethylbenzene to Styrene. 16th Canadian Symposium on Catalysis, Banff, May 23-26, 2000.

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