Praveen K. Cheekatamarla, Ph.D.

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2004 The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 
Area:
Chemical Engineering, Energy
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Alan M. Lane grad student 2004 University of Alabama
 (Catalytic autothermal reforming of diesel fuel for hydrogen generation in auxiliary power units.)
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Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2006) Catalytic autothermal reforming of diesel fuel for hydrogen generation in fuel cells: II. Catalyst poisoning and characterization studies Journal of Power Sources. 154: 223-231
Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2006) Efficient sulfur-tolerant bimetallic catalysts for hydrogen generation from diesel fuel Journal of Power Sources. 153: 157-164
Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2005) Catalytic autothermal reforming of diesel fuel for hydrogen generation in fuel cells: I. Activity tests and sulfur poisoning Journal of Power Sources. 152: 256-263
Cheekatamarla PK, Epling WS, Lane AM. (2005) Selective low-temperature removal of carbon monoxide from hydrogen-rich fuels over Cu-Ce-Al catalysts Journal of Power Sources. 147: 178-183
Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2005) Efficient bimetallic catalysts for hydrogen generation from diesel fuel International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 30: 1277-1285
Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2004) Efficient bimetallic catalysts for the hydrogen production from diesel fuel Acs Division of Fuel Chemistry, Preprints. 49
Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2004) Efficient bimetallic catalysts for the autothermal reforming of diesel fuel 2004 Aiche Spring National Meeting, Conference Proceedings. 185-191
Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2004) Efficient bimetallic catalysts for the autothermal reforming of diesel fuel 2004 Aiche Spring National Meeting, Conference Proceedings. 185-191
Epling WS, Cheekatamarla PK, Lane AM. (2003) Reaction and surface characterization studies of titania-supported Co, Pt and Co/Pt catalysts for the selective oxidation of CO in H2-containing streams Chemical Engineering Journal. 93: 61-68
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