David M Lewis
David M Lewis
Professor, School of Chemical Engineering, The University of Adelaide
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Anaerobic digestion of algae biomass: A review
AJ Ward, DM Lewis, FB Green
Algal Research 5, 204-214, 2014
Disruption of microalgal cells for the extraction of lipids for biofuels: Processes and specific energy requirements
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Biomass and bioenergy 46, 89-101, 2012
Microbial flocculation, a potentially low-cost harvesting technique for marine microalgae for the production of biodiesel
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Journal of Applied Phycology 21, 559-567, 2009
Estimating the cost of desalination plants using a cost database
MK Wittholz, BK O'Neill, CB Colby, D Lewis
Desalination 229 (1-3), 10-20, 2008
Discriminating and assessing adsorption and biodegradation removal mechanisms during granular activated carbon filtration of microcystin toxins
H Wang, L Ho, DM Lewis, JD Brookes, G Newcombe
Water research 41 (18), 4262-4270, 2007
Quantitative trait loci for water-soluble carbohydrates and associations with agronomic traits in wheat
GJ Rebetzke, AF Van Herwaarden, C Jenkins, M Weiss, D Lewis, ...
Australian Journal of Agricultural Research 59 (10), 891-905, 2008
Harvesting, thickening and dewatering microalgae biomass
SL Pahl, AK Lee, T Kalaitzidis, PJ Ashman, S Sathe, DM Lewis
Algae for biofuels and energy, 165-185, 2013
Harvesting of marine microalgae by electroflocculation: the energetics, plant design, and economics
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Applied Energy 108, 45-53, 2013
Pilot-scale continuous recycling of growth medium for the mass culture of a halotolerant Tetraselmis sp. in raceway ponds under increasing salinity: a novel protocol for …
SF Sing, A Isdepsky, MA Borowitzka, DM Lewis
Bioresource technology 161, 47-54, 2014
Energy requirements and economic analysis of a full-scale microbial flocculation system for microalgal harvesting
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 88 (8), 988-996, 2010
Force and energy requirement for microalgal cell disruption: an atomic force microscope evaluation
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Bioresource technology 128, 199-206, 2013
Biofilm establishment and heavy metal removal capacity of an indigenous mining algal-microbial consortium in a photo-rotating biological contactor
S Orandi, DM Lewis, NR Moheimani
Journal of Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology 39 (9), 1321-1331, 2012
A matter of detail: assessing the true potential of microalgal biofuels
D Klein‐Marcuschamer, Y Chisti, JR Benemann, D Lewis
Biotechnology and bioengineering 110 (9), 2317-2322, 2013
Release of Cl, S, P, K, and Na during thermal conversion of algal biomass
DJ Lane, PJ van Eyk, PJ Ashman, CW Kwong, R de Nys, DA Roberts, ...
Energy & Fuels 29 (4), 2542-2554, 2015
Heterotrophic growth and nutritional aspects of the diatom Cyclotella cryptica (Bacillariophyceae): Effect of some environmental factors
SL Pahl, DM Lewis, F Chen, KD King
Journal of bioscience and bioengineering 109 (3), 235-239, 2010
The simulation of an Australian reservoir using a phytoplankton community model: PROTECH
DM Lewis, JA Elliott, MF Lambert, CS Reynolds
Ecological Modelling 150 (1-2), 107-116, 2002
Microalgal biomass for bioethanol fermentation: implications for hypersaline systems with an industrial focus
QC Doan, NR Moheimani, AJ Mastrangelo, DM Lewis
Biomass and Bioenergy 46, 79-88, 2012
Spinifex biogeochemical expressions of buried gold mineralisation: the great mineral exploration penetrator of transported regolith
N Reid, SM Hill, DM Lewis
Applied Geochemistry 23 (1), 76-84, 2008
Microalgal cell disruption by hydrodynamic cavitation for the production of biofuels
AK Lee, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman
Journal of applied phycology 27, 1881-1889, 2015
Influence of process conditions on pretreatment of microalgae for protein extraction and production of biocrude during hydrothermal liquefaction of pretreated Tetraselmis sp.
BE Eboibi, DM Lewis, PJ Ashman, S Chinnasamy
RSC Advances 5 (26), 20193-20207, 2015
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