Dr. Khalid Farhod


Associate Professor Dr. Khalid Farhod has obtained his Ph.D. degree in Chemical Engineering in 2002. Since then he has worked in different projects in the field of Thermodynamics, Vapor – Liquid Equilibrium, Liquid – Liquid Equilibrium, Solid – Liquid Equilibrium, and Application of Ionic Liquids in Membrane Separation Processes. Previous Affiliation was at Chemical Engineering Department, Oil & Gas Refinery Engineering Branch, University of Technology, Baghdad - Iraq. He now works at Petroleum & Gas Engineering Department, Collage of Engineering, University of Thi Qar, Thi Qar - Nasiriyah, Iraq. He published three books in his field of work titled "Vapor-Liquid Equilibrium of Ternary Systems", "Gasoline Additives (Gasoline Oxygenates)" and " Extraction of Phenolic Pollutants from Industrial Wastewater ". He was member at Editorial Board and Scientific reviewing in many Scientific Journals, he published more than 50 scientific papers along with over 35 participate in scientific international Conferences and He is a member of the American Chemical Society since 2012.

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Membrane and Separation Technologies

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