Vinayak N. Kabadi

TitleProfessor

DepartmentChemical, Biological and Bio Engineering

Phone336-285-3657

Fax336-334-7904

Emailkabadi@ncat.edu

OfficeMcNair Hall
Room: 331 B

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Vinayak N. Kabadi

Education

Ph D: Chemical Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1982

MS: Chemical Engineering, SUNY University at Buffalo, 1977

BS: Chemical Engineering, Bombay University, 1973


Research Interests

Thermodynamics, molecular simulations, alternative aviation fuels, rocket fuels and propellants, high energy materials


Recent Publications

Rafati, M.   Wang, Lijun  Dayton, David  Schimmel, Keith  Kabadi, Vinayak  Shahbazi, Abolghasem  (2016).  Techno-economic analysis of production of Fisher-Tropsch liquids via biomass gasification: the effects of Fischer-Tropsch catalysts and natural gas co-feeding.  (133,  pp. 153-166).  Energy Conversion and Management.

Uzochukwu, Godfrey  Schimmel, Keith  Kabadi, Vinayak  Chang, Shoou-Yuh  Pinder, Tanya  Ibrahim, Salam  (2015).  Proceedings of the 2013 National Conference on Advances in Environmental Science and Technology.   Springer.

Yadav, Ramesh  Luo, Junjie  Edgerton, Ronica  Kabadi, Vinayak  (2015).  Thermodynamic Models for Hydrogen-Containing Systems at Infinite Dilution.  No  (202,  pp. 954-963).  Chemical Engineering Communications.

Islam, Akand  Zavvadi, Anand  Kabadi, Vinayak  (2012).  Analysis of Partition Coefficients of Ternary Liquid-Liquid Equilibrium Systems and Finding Consistency using UNIQUAC Model.  No  (2,  33,  pp. 243-253).  Chemical and Process Engineering.

Islam, Akand  Kabadi, Vinayak  (2011).  Universal Liquid Mixture Model for Vapor-Liquid and Liquid-Liquid Equilibria in Hexane-Butanol-Water System over the Temperature Range 10- 100 C.  No  (2,  32,  pp. 101-115).  Chemical and Process Engineering.

Islam, Akand  Javvadi, Anand   Kabadi, Vinayak  (2011).  Universal Liquid Mixture Models for Vapor-Liquid and Liquid-Liquid Equilibria in the Hexane-Butanol-Water System.  No  (2,  50,  pp. 1034-1045).  Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research.