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2022
Elsayed, M., and A. E. - F. Abomohra, "Chapter 17 - Sequential algal biofuel production through whole biomass conversion", Handbook of Algal Biofuels: Aspects of Cultivation, Conversion, and Biorefinery: Elsevier , 2022.
Elsayed, M., A. Tawfik, and A. Abomohra, "Energy Recovery from Fat, Oil and Grease (FOG)", Waste-to-Energy: Recent Developments and Future Perspectives towards Circular Economy : Springer, 2022.
Elsayed, M., W. Li, N. S. Abdalla, P. Ai, Y. Zhang, and A. E. - F. Abomohra, "Innovative approach for rapeseed straw recycling using black solider fly larvae: Towards enhanced energy recovery", Renewable Energy, vol. 188, issue April 2022,, pp. 211-222, 2022.
Abomohra, A., M. Li, S. Faisal, L. Li, and M. Elsayed, "Maximizing Nitrogen Removal and Lipid Production by Microalgae under Mixotrophic Growth Using Response Surface Methodology: Towards Enhanced Biodiesel Production", Fermentation ;, vol. 2022, 8, issue 12, pp. 682, 2022.
Eraky, M., M. Elsayed, M. A. Qyyum, P. Ai, and A. Tawfik, "A new cutting-edge review on the bioremediation of anaerobic digestate for environmental applications and cleaner bioenergy", Environmental Research, vol. 123, issue October 2022, pp. 113708, 2022.
Madadi, M., Zahoor, G. Song, K. Karimi, D. Zhu, M. Elsayed, F. Sun, and A. Abomohra, "One-step lignocellulose fractionation using acid/pentanol pretreatment for enhanced fermentable sugar and reactive lignin production with efficient pentanol retrievability", Bioresource Technology, vol. 359, issue September 2022, pp. 127503, 2022.
Abomohra, A., S. Faisal, R. Ebaid, J. Huang, Q. Wang, and M. Elsayed, "Recent advances in anaerobic digestion of lipid-rich waste: Challenges and potential of seaweeds to mitigate the inhibitory effect", Chemical Engineering Journal, vol. 449, issue 1 December 2022, pp. 137829, 2022.
Ran, Y., M. Elsayed, M. Eraky, W. Dianlong, and P. Ai, "Sequential production of biomethane and bioethanol through the whole biorefining of rice straw: Analysis of structural properties and mass balance", Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, 2022.
Tawfik, A., S. Ismail, M. Elsayed, M. A. Qyyum, and M. Rehan, "Sustainable microalgal biomass valorization to bioenergy: Key challenges and future perspectives", Chemosphere, vol. 296, issue June 2022, pp. 133812, 2022.
2021
Eraky, M., K. Jin, Q. Zhang, Z. Zhang, P. Ai, and M. Elsayed, "Acidogenic biorefinery of rice straw for volatile fatty acids production via sequential two-stage fermentation: Effects of pre-treatments", Environmental Technology & Innovation, vol. 23, issue 101686, 2021.
2020
Abomohra, A. E. - F., A. H. El-Naggar, S. O. Alaswad, M. Elsayed, M. Li, and W. Li, "Enhancement of biodiesel yield from a halophilic green microalga isolated under extreme hypersaline conditions through stepwise salinity adaptation strategy", Bioresource Technology, vol. Volume 310, August 2020, issue 123462, 2020.
Elsayed, M., Y. Ran, P. Ai, M. Azab, A. Mansour, K. Jin, Y. Zhang, and A. E. - F. Abomohra, "Innovative integrated approach of biofuel production from agricultural wastes by anaerobic digestion and black soldier fly larvae", Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. Volume 263, August 2020, , issue 121495, 2020.
Abomohra, A. E. - F., M. Elsayed, S. Esakkimuthu, M. El-Sheekh, and D. Hanelt, "Potential of fat, oil and grease (FOG) for biodiesel production: A critical review on the recent progress and future perspectives", Progress in Energy and Combustion Science, vol. Volume 81, November 2020, issue 100868, 2020.
2019
Elsayed, M., A. E. - F. Abomohra, P. Ai, K. Jin, Q. Fan, and Y. Zhang, "Acetogenesis and methanogenesis liquid digestates for pretreatment of rice straw: A holistic approach for efficient biomethane production and nutrient recycling", Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 195, issue 1 September 2019, pp. 447-456, 2019.
Ai, P., X. Zhang, Y. Ran, L. Meng, M. Elsayed, Q. Fan, and A. E. - F. Abomohra, "Biomass briquetting reduces the energy loss during long-term ensiling and enhances anaerobic digestion: A case study on rice straw.", Bioresource technology, vol. 292, pp. 121912, 2019. Abstract

The present study evaluated the impact of briquetting prior to ensiling on rice straw characteristics and anaerobic digestion performance. Ensiling for 10 months significantly reduced cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin of the uncompressed straw by 50.3%, 61.6% and 34.6%, respectively. However, increase of briquetting ratio enhanced the cellulose and hemicellulose contents at different ensiling times. In addition, increasing of ensiling time significantly reduced the biogas yield, while the highest cumulative biogas yield of 313.8 L kg VS was obtained from rice straw ensiled for 7 days at 1:6 briquetting ratio. Interestingly, the maximum biogas productivity of 1:6 briquetted straw after 10 months ensiling was 17.7% higher than that of the uncompressed straw ensiled for 7 days. Thus, briquetting prior to ensiling is a favorable approach to reduce the mass loss for enhanced biogas yield and energy recovery.

Peng, J., A. E. - F. Abomohra, M. Elsayed, X. Zhang, Q. Fan, and P. Ai, "Compositional changes of rice straw fibers after pretreatment with diluted acetic acid: Towards enhanced biomethane production", Journal of Cleaner Production, vol. 230, issue 1 September 2019, pp. 775-782, 2019.
Xu, S., M. Elsayed, G. A. Ismail, C. Li, S. Wang, and A. E. - F. Abomohra, "Evaluation of bioethanol and biodiesel production from Scenedesmus obliquus grown in biodiesel waste glycerol: A sequential integrated route for enhanced energy recovery", Energy Conversion and Management, vol. 197, issue 1 October 2019, pp. 111907, 2019.
2018
Elsayed, M., A. E. - F. Abomohra, P. Ai, D. Wang, H. M. El-Mashad, and Y. Zhang, "Biorefining of rice straw by sequential fermentation and anaerobic digestion for bioethanol and/or biomethane production: Comparison of structural properties and energy output.", Bioresource technology, vol. 268, pp. 183-189, 2018. Abstract

Three routes; namely R1 representing direct anaerobic digestion (AD), R2 representing enzymatic hydrolysis followed by fermentation, distillation, then AD, and R3 representing AD of fermentation broth without distillation; of alkali pretreated rice straw were investigated. Results showed that sequential fermentation and AD effectively enhanced fibers degradation with significant changes in the composition. Fermentation through R2 resulted in ethanol yield of 87.4 g kg dry straw. Maximum biogas yields of 286.9, 233.3 and 372.4 L kg VS were recorded by AD for R1, R2 and R3 after reaching the steady state at 36, 24 and 33 days, respectively. However, biogas produced through R3 showed the highest significant biomethane content (79.3%) which represented 15 and 8% higher than that of R1 and R2, respectively. Therefore, the highest bioenergy output and energy conversion efficiency of 10.58 GJ ton and 75.6%, respectively, were obtained through R3 demonstrating the positive effect of fermentation prior to AD.

2010
Younis, S. M., M. S. Omran, and M. S. Mahdy, "Applied Approach for Use of Jojoba oil as an Alternative Fuel for Diesel Engines.", The 17th Conference of Misr Society of Agricultural Engineering., Tanta Univ. Egypt. , 4 July, 2010.