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  1. Recovery of thermodynamic hydrate inhibitors methanol, ethanol and MEG with supersonic separators in offshore natural gas processing
    Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, v. 52, p. 166-186, 2018 DOI
  2. Carbon dioxide and ethanol from sugarcane biorefinery as renewable feedstocks to environment-oriented integrated chemical plants
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 172, p. 1232-1242, 2018 DOI
  3. Deep seawater intake for primary cooling in tropical offshore processing of natural gas with high carbon dioxide content: Energy, emissions and economic assessments
    Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, v. 56, p. 193-211, 2018 DOI
  4. Lifetime oriented design of natural gas offshore processing for cleaner production and sustainability: High carbon dioxide content
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 200, p. 269-281, 2018 DOI
  5. Enlightening the dark side of Arthrospira maxima cultivation: evaluation of carbon supply modes and performance at optimal growth conditions
    Journal of Applied Phycology, v. 1, p. 1-11, 2018 DOI
  6. Fluidized bed treatment of residues of semi-dry flue gas desulfurization units of coal-fired power plants for conversion of sulfites to sulfates
    Energy Conversion and Management, v. 143, p. 173-187, 2017 DOI
  7. Comparative analysis of separation technologies for processing carbon dioxide rich natural gas in ultra-deepwater oil fields
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 155, p. 12-22, 2017 DOI
  8. Carbon capture and storage technologies: present scenario and drivers of innovation
    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, v. 17, p. 22-34, 2017 DOI
  9. Managing offshore drill cuttings waste for improved sustainability
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 165, p. 143-156, 2017 DOI
  10. Impact of solid waste treatment from spray dryer absorber on the levelized cost of energy of a coal-fired power plant
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 164, p. 1623-1634, 2017 DOI
  11. Upgrading of natural gas ultra-rich in carbon dioxide: Optimal arrangement of membrane skids and polishing with chemical absorption
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 165C, p. 1013-1024, 2017 DOI
  12. Speed of sound of multiphase and multi-reactive equilibrium streams: A numerical approach for natural gas applications
    Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, v. 46, p. 222-241, 2017 DOI
  13. Offshore processing of CO2 rich natural gas with supersonic separator versus conventional routes
    Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, v. 46, p. 199-221, 2017 DOI
  14. Carbon Dioxide utilization in a Microalga-Based Biorefinery: Efficiency of Carbon Removal and Economic Performance under Carbon Taxation
    Journal of Environmental Management, 2017 DOI
  15. Carbon Capture and Storage Technologies: Present Scenario and Drivers of Innovation.
    Current Opinion in Chemical Engineering, 2017
  16. Estudo dos Mercados de GNL, GLP, Propano e Butano Liquefeitos, visando Aproveitamento Comercial do Gás Natural do Pré-Sal
    Petro & Química, v. 1, p. 16-22, 2017 DOI
  17. Carbon Dioxide Utilization in a Microalga-Based Biorefinery: Efficiency of Carbon Removal and Economic Performance under Carbon Taxation
    Journal of Environmental Management, v. 196, p. 1-11, 2017 DOI
  18. Natural Gas Dehydration by Molecular Sieve in Offshore Plants: Impact of increasing Carbon Dioxide Content
    Energy Conversion and Management, v. 140, p. 1-14, 2017 DOI
  19. Fluidized Bed Treatment of Residues of Semi-Dry Flue Gas Desulfurization Units of Coal-Fired Power Plants for Conversion of Sulfites to Sulfates
    Energy Conversion and Management, v. 143, p. 173-187, 2017 DOI
  20. The Potential of Microalgal Biomass Production for Biotechnological Purposes using Wastewater Resources.
    Journal of Applied Phycology, v. 29, p. 821-832, 2017 DOI
  21. Comparative Analysis of Separation Technologies for Processing Carbon Dioxide Rich Natural Gas in Ultra-Deepwater Oil Fields
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 155, p. 12-22, 2017 DOI
  22. Assessment of Greenhouse Gases (GHG) Emissions from the Tallow Biodiesel Production Chain including Land Use Change (LUC)
    Journal of Cleaner Production, v. 151, p. 578-591, 2017 DOI
  23. Cultivation of Spirulina maxima in Medium Supplemented with Sugarcane Vinasse
    Bioresource Technology, v. 204, p. 38-48, 2016 DOI
  24. CO2 Pipelines: A Thermodynamic Modeling with Pre-Salt Applications.
    Applied Mechanics and Materials, v. 830, p. 57-64, 2016 DOI
  25. Analysis of Natural Gas Production in Pre-Salt via Pipelines with MEG and Onshore Processing
    Applied Mechanics and Materials, v. 830, p. 85-92, 2016 DOI
  26. Technical, Economic and Environmental Viability of Offshore CO2 Reuse from Natural Gas by Dry Reforming
    Applied Mechanics and Materials, v. 830, p. 109-116, 2016 DOI
  27. Optimal Determination of Chemical Plant Layout via Minimization of Risk to General Public using Monte Carlo and Simulated Annealing Techniques
    Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, v. 41, p. 202-214, 2016 DOI
  28. Exergy Analysis of Monoethylene Glycol Recovery Processes for Hydrate Inhibition in Offshore Natural Gas Fields
    Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, v. 35, p. 798-813, 2016 DOI
  29. Carbon Dioxide Management by Chemical Conversion to Methanol: Hydrogenation and Bi-Reforming
    Energy Conversion and Management, v. 125, p. 320-335, 2016 DOI
  30. Ethylic or Methylic Route to Soybean Biodiesel? Tracking Environmental Answers through Life Cycle Assessment
    Applied Energy, v. 184, p. 1246-1263, 2016 DOI
  31. Land Use Change (LUC) Analysis and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Brazilian Soybean Biodiesel
    Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy (Print), p. 1655-1673, 2016 DOI
  32. Metrics for Sustainability Analysis of Post-Combustion Abatement of CO2 Emissions: Microalgae mediated routes and CCS (carbon capture and storage)
    Energy (Oxford), v. 87, p. 1-13, 2015. DOI
  33. Análise de Impacto de Cenários Dinâmicos em Planta de Processamento Offshore de Gás Natural Rico em CO2
    Petro & Química, v. XXXVIII, p. 25-33, 2015.
  34. Production of DMC from CO2 via Indirect Route: Technical-Economical-Environmental Assessment and Analysis
    ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, v. 2, p. 62-69, 2014. DOI
  35. Análise Técnica, Econômica e Energética de Processos de Recuperação de Monoetilenoglicol (MEG) em Plataformas Offshore
    Petro & Química, v. XXXVII, p. 75-80, 2014
  36. Impact of Temperature and Light Intensity on Triacylglycerol Accumulation in Marine Microalgae
    Biomass & Bioenergy, v. 72, p. 280-287, 2014 DOI
  37. Production of Methanol and Organic Carbonates for Chemical Sequestration of CO2 from an NGCC Power Plant
    Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy (Print), v. 01, p. 01-13, 2014. DOI
  38. A methodology for screening of Microalgae as a Decision Making Tool for Energy and Green Chemical Process Applications
    Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy (Print), v. 15, p. 275-291, 2013. DOI
  39. Simulation of an Offshore Natural Gas Purification Process for CO Removal with Gas Liquid Contactors employing Aqueous Solutions of Ethanolamines
    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, v. 52, p. 7074-7089, 2013. DOI
  40. An Equilibrium Approach for CO2 and H2S Absorption with Aqueous Solutions of Alkanolamines: Theory and Parameter Estimation
    Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research, v. 52, p. 9203-9226, 2013 DOI
  41. Effects of CO2 Enrichment and Nutrients Supply Intermittency on Batch Cultures of Isochrysis galbana
    Bioresource Technology, v. 143, p. 242-250, 2013. DOI
  42. Supersonic Separation in onshore Natural Gas dew point plant
    Journal of Natural Gas Science and Engineering, v. 6, p. 43-49, 2012. DOI
  43. Caracterização Composicional e Transesterificação de Óleo de Microalga: uma abordagem computacional
    Química Nova (Impresso), v. 35, p. 1336-1342, 2012. DOI
  44. Equilíbrio de Absorção de CO2 e H2S em Soluções Aquosas de Etanolaminas
    Boletim Técnico da Petrobras (Online), v. 52, p. 21-37, 2011.
  45. ARX modeling approach to leak detection and diagnosis
    Journal of Loss Prevention in the Process Industries, v. 23, p. 462-475, 2010. DOI
  46. Pareto Optimization of an Industrial Ecosystem: sustainability maximization
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering (Impresso), v. 27, p. 429-440, 2010. DOI
  47. Estudos Cinéticos do Primeiro Estágio de Hidroconversão de Gasolina de Pirólise
    Petro & Química, v. 327, p. 1-8, 2010.
  48. Equilíbrio de Absorção de CO2 e H2S em Soluções Aquosas de Etanolaminas
    Boletim Técnico da Petrobrás (Online), v. 52, p. 21-37, 2010.
  49. Assessment of the impact of salinity and irradiance on the combined carbon dioxide sequestration and carotenoids production by: A mathematical model
    Biotechnology and Bioengineering, v. 102, p. 425-435, 2009. DOI
  50. Sustainability metrics for eco-technologies assessment, Part II. Life cycle analysis
    Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy (Print), v. 11, p. 459-472, 2009. DOI
  51. Sustainability metrics for eco-technologies assessment, part I: preliminary screening
    Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy (Print), v. 11, p. 209-214, 2009. DOI
  52. Síntese de Processos Sustentáveis para Sequestro Químico de CO2
    Petro & Química, v. 320, p. 53-57, 2009.
  53. Proposta curricular para a formação de mestres em Tecnologia de Processos Químicos e Bioquímicos - a experiência da Escola de Química da UFRJ
    RBPG. Revista Brasileira de Pós-Graduação, v. 6, p. 172-208, 2009.
  54. Model-Based Optimization of a Sequencing Batch Reactor for Biological Nitrogen Removal
    Bioresource Technology, v. 99, p. 3213-3223, 2008. DOI
  55. Avaliação da Sustentabilidade de Tecnologias de Sequestro de CO2 via Produção de DMC
    Petro e Química, v. 30, p. 28-32, 2008.
  56. A Model for Pipeline Transportation of Supercritical CO2 for Geological Storage
    Journal of Pipeline Engineering, v. 7, p. 253-279, 2008.
  57. Dispersão atmosférica de gás natural por ruptura em duto submarino pressurizado e valvulado
    Boletim Técnico da Petrobrás (Online), v. 51, p. 103-132, 2008.
  58. A kinetic model for the first stage of pygas upgrading
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, v. 24, p. 119-133, 2007. DOI
  59. Dynamic simulation of flash drums using rigorous physical property calculations
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, v. 24, p. 27-289, 2007. DOI
  60. Otimização de Rota Tecnológica para Sequestro de CO2
    Revista Petroquímica, Petróleo, Gás & Química, v. julho, p. 86-91, 2007. PDF 
  61. Atmospheric Dispersion of Emissions Due to Leakages in Pressurized Natural Gas Ducts
    Latin American Applied Research, v. 36, p. 337-343, 2006. PDF 
  62. Flowsheet optimization of a lubricant base oil hydrotreatment process
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, São Paulo, v. 21, n. 2, p. 317-324, 2004. DOI
  63. Estratégia para o Controle e Otimização Integrada de Processos Químicos
    Boletim Técnico da Petrobrás, Rio de Janeiro, v. 47, n. 2, p. 166-192, 2004.
  64. Electrical stimulation of saccharomyces cerevisiae cultures
    Brazilian Journal of Microbiology, v. 35, p. 97-103, 2004. DOI
  65. An age-structured population balance model for microbial dynamics
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Brazil, v. 20, n. 1, p. 1-6, 2003. DOI
  66. Impact of the reg1 mutation glycocen accumulation and glucose consumption rates in Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells based on a macrokinetic model
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Campinas, São Paulo, v. 20, n. 03, p. 241-250, 2003. DOI
  67. Ferramenta de Identificação para Sintonia de Controladores PID aplicada a HDT de PYGAS
    Revista C & I. Controle & Instrumentação, São Paulo, v. DEZ, n. 87, p. 61-65, 2003.
  68. Modelagem Maxwell-Stefan para Predição de Propriedades e Volume de Mistura na Região de Interface de Bateladas em Sistemas Polidutos
    Boletim Técnico da Petrobrás, Rio de Janeiro, v. 46, n. 1/2, p. 78-133, 2003.
  69. Growth Model and Prediction of Oxygen Transfer Rate for Xylitol Production from D-xylose by C. guilliermondii
    Biochemical Engineering Journal, Inglaterra, v. 12, p. 49-59, 2002. DOI
  70. Minimization of Phenol and Ammoniacal Nitrogen in Refinery Wastewater Employing Biological Treatment
    Engenharia Térmica, Brasil, v. 1, n. 2, p. 33-37, 2002. PDF 
  71. A Time Series Approach for Pipe Network Simulation
    Revista Técnica de Energia, Petróleo e Gás, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, v. 1, n. 2, p. 46-52, 2002.
  72. State Observers for a Biological Wastewater Nitrogen Removal Process in a Sequential Batch Reactor
    Bioresource Technology, v. 79, p. 1-14, 2001. DOI
  73. Robust Soft Sensor for SBR Monitoring
    Water Science and Technology, Inglaterra, v. 43, n. 3, p. 101-105, 2001.
  74. The Importance of Control Considerations for Heat Exchanger Network Synthesis: A Case Study
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Brazil, v. 18, n. 2, p. 195-210, 2001. DOI
  75. Stochastic Identification of a Process with Multiple Stationary States
    Latin American Applied Research, Bahia Blanca, Argentina, v. 31, n. 4, p. 367-372, 2001.
  76. Hybrid Estimator for a Wastewater Treatment Process
    Latin American Applied Research, Bahia Blanca, Argentina, v. 31, n. 5, p. 507-511, 2001. PDF 
  77. Optimization of a Sequencing Batch Reactor for Biological Nitrogen Removal
    Water Research, Inglaterra, v. 34, p. 2809-2817, 2000. DOI
  78. Soft sensors with white- and black-box approaches for a wastewater treatment process
    Brazilian Journal of Chemical Engineering, Brazil, v. 17, n. 04-07, p. 433-440, 2000. DOI
  79. Process Studies on Indirect Electrosynthesis of 1,4-Naphthoquinone
    Journal of the Electrochemical Society, Estados Unidos, v. 139, n. 3, p. 737-744, 1992. DOI
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