Rehan Hussain

PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK
Lecturer
+66 62 847 3410
Rehan.H@chula.ac.th

Profile Summary

Teaching chemical engineering-related courses in the multidisciplinary Nano Engineering undergraduate program. Supervising undergraduate senior projects and conducting research in collaboration with Thai and overseas institutions. 

Education

2008–2015           PhD, Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK
2007–2008           MEng, Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge, UK
2004–2007           BA (Hons), Chemical Engineering, University of Cambridge,UK
                             

Research & Work Experience

Courses taught at ISE:

  • 2185373 Reaction Engineering (reaction equilibria, kinetic rate laws, reaction mechanisms, homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis)
  • 2185333 Transport phenomena (fluid mechanics, heat and mass transfer)
  • 2185322 Thermodynamics for Nano-Engineering (first and second law, PVT behaviour, phase equilibria, solution thermodynamics)
  • 2182201 Mathematics for Nano-Engineering (linear algebra, calculus)

Conference & Publications:

  • Kasht A, Hussain R, Ghouri M, Blank JH, Elbashir, NO. Product analysis of supercritical Fischer-Tropsch synthesis: utilizing a unique on-line and off-line gas chromatographs setup in a bench-scale reactor unit. American Journal of Analytical Chemistry. 2015, 6, 659–676.
  • Hussain R, Vogt S, Honari A, Hollingsworth K, Sederman AJ, Mitchell J, Johns, ML. Interfacial Tension Measurements using MRI Drop Shape Analysis. Langmuir. 2014, 30, 1566–1572. DOI: 10.1021/la404635x
  • Hussain R, Blank JH, Todic B, Elbashir NO, Bukur DB. Development of gas-to-liquid technologies from micro- to macro-scale. Book chapter, in: Weichold MH, Hall K, Masad E (eds.) Excellence and Impact of Research at Texas A&M University at Qatar. Doha: QScience. 2013, Ch. 3, pp. 55–78. ISBN: 978-99921-95-33-8
  • Hussain R, Mitchell J, Hammond PS, Sederman AJ, Johns ML. Monitoring water transport in sandstone using flow propagators: A quantitative comparison of nuclear magnetic resonance measurement with lattice Boltzmann and pore network simulations. Advances in Water Resources. 2013, 60, 64–74. DOI: 10.1016/j.advwatres.2013.07.010
  • Hussain R, Pintelon TRR, Mitchell J, Johns ML. Using NMR Displacement Measurements to Probe CO2 Entrapment in Porous Media. AIChE Journal. 2011, 57, 1700–1709. DOI: 10.1002/aic.12401
  • Ghouri MM, Afzal S, Hussain R, Blank JH, Bukur DB, Elbashir, NO. Multi-scale modeling of fixed-bed Fischer-Tropsch reactor.  Computers & Chemical Engineering. 2016, 91, 38 - 48. DOI: 10.1016/j.compchemeng.2016.03.035