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Tsung-Yueh Tsai


Tsung-Yueh Tsai

Title

  • Associate Professor

Education

  • Ph.D. (Chemical Engineering), Hiroshima University, Japan
  • M.S. (Environmental Engineering), National Cheng Kung University 
  • B.S. (Environmental Engineering), National Cheng Kung University

Experiences

  • Research Assistant, Environment Research Center, National Cheng Kung University
  • Assistant Professor, Environmental Safety Center and Graduate Program of Chemical Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan
  • Research Assistant, Environmental Safety Center and Graduate Program of Chemical Engineering, Hiroshima University, Japan
  • Research Fellow, Institute of Industrial Science, University of Tokyo
  • Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Energy and Resources, Industrial Technology Research Institute

Specialization

  • Catalytic reduction reaction
  • Ozone oxidation
  • Water treatment technologies
  • Application of adsorbents

Publications

  1. Chi-Kang Lin, Tsung-Yueh Tsai, Jiunn-Ching Liu, Mei-Chih Chen, February 2001,Enhanced biodegradation of petrochemical wastewater using ozonation and bac advanced treatment system, Water Research, Vol. 35(3), pp 699-704. (SCI)
  2. Wataru Nishijima, Yusuke Ochi, Tsung-Yueh Tsai, Yoichi Nakano, Mitsumasa Okada, July 2004, Catalytic hydrodechlorination of chlorinated ethylenes in organic solvents at room temperature and atmospheric pressure, Applied Catalysis B: Environmental, Vol. 51 (2), pp 135-140. (SCI)
  3. Tsung-Yueh Tsai, Kiyokazu Okawa, Yoichi Nakano, Wataru Nishijima, Mitsumasa Okada, December 2004, Decomposition of trichloroethylene and 2,4-dichlorophenol by ozonation in several organic solvents, Chemosphere, Vol. 57(9), pp 1151-1155. (SCI)
  4. Kiyokazu Okawa, Tsung-Yueh Tsai, Yoichi Nakano, Wataru Nishijima, Mitsumasa Okada, January 2005, Effect of metal ions on decomposition of chlorinated organic substances by ozonation in acetic acid, Chemosphere, Vol. 58(4), pp 523-527. (SCI)
  5. Martha E. Alcantara-Garduno, Tetsuji Okuda, Tsung-Yueh Tsai, Wataru Nishijima, Mitsumasa Okada, May 2008, Experimental and mathematical evaluation of trichloroethylene removal from saturated soil using acetic acid with saturated ozone, Separation and Purification Technology, Vol. 60(3), pp 299-307. (SCI)

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