Dr. Richa Kothari
Dr. Richa Kothari
Associate Professor, Dept. of Environmental Sciences, Central University of Jammu, Jammu
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Comparison of environmental and economic aspects of various hydrogen production methods
R Kothari, D Buddhi, RL Sawhney
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 12 (2), 553-563, 2008
Waste-to-energy: A way from renewable energy sources to sustainable development
R Kothari, VV Tyagi, A Pathak
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 14 (9), 3164-3170, 2010
Different aspects of dry anaerobic digestion for bio-energy: An overview
R Kothari, AK Pandey, S Kumar, VV Tyagi, SK Tyagi
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 39, 174-195, 2014
Thermo chemical conversion of biomass–Eco friendly energy routes
NL Panwar, R Kothari, VV Tyagi
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (4), 1801-1816, 2012
An overview for exploring the possibilities of energy generation from municipal solid waste (MSW) in Indian scenario
RP Singh, VV Tyagi, T Allen, MH Ibrahim, R Kothari
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15 (9), 4797-4808, 2011
Review on solar air heating system with and without thermal energy storage system
VV Tyagi, NL Panwar, NA Rahim, R Kothari
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (4), 2289-2303, 2012
Experimental study for growth potential of unicellular alga Chlorella pyrenoidosa on dairy waste water: an integrated approach for treatment and biofuel production
R Kothari, VV Pathak, V Kumar, DP Singh
Bioresource technology 116, 466-470, 2012
Fermentative hydrogen production–An alternative clean energy source
R Kothari, DP Singh, VV Tyagi, SK Tyagi
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (4), 2337-2346, 2012
Production of biodiesel from microalgae Chlamydomonas polypyrenoideum grown on dairy industry wastewater
R Kothari, R Prasad, V Kumar, DP Singh
Bioresource technology 144, 499-503, 2013
Phase change material (PCM) based thermal management system for cool energy storage application in building: An experimental study
VV Tyagi, D Buddhi, R Kothari, SK Tyagi
Energy and Buildings 51, 248-254, 2012
Experimental and kinetic studies for phycoremediation and dye removal by Chlorella pyrenoidosa from textile wastewater
VV Pathak, R Kothari, AK Chopra, DP Singh
Journal of environmental management 163, 270-277, 2015
Thermal performance assessment of encapsulated PCM based thermal management system to reduce peak energy demand in buildings
VV Tyagi, AK Pandey, D Buddhi, R Kothari
Energy and Buildings 117, 44-52, 2016
Sources and technology for hydrogen production: a review
R Kothari, D Buddhi, RL Sawhney
International journal of global energy issues 21 (1-2), 154-178, 2004
Microbial fuel cells: a sustainable solution for bioelectricity generation and wastewater treatment
HM Singh, AK Pathak, K Chopra, VV Tyagi, S Anand, R Kothari
Biofuels 10 (1), 11-31, 2019
Microalgal cultivation for value-added products: a critical enviro-economical assessment
R Kothari, A Pandey, S Ahmad, A Kumar, VV Pathak, VV Tyagi
3 Biotech 7 (4), 1-15, 2017
Studies on the effect of temperature of the electrolytes on the rate of production of hydrogen
R Kothari, D Buddhi, RL Sawhney
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 30 (3), 261-263, 2005
A novel method to harvest Chlorella sp. via low cost bioflocculant: Influence of temperature with kinetic and thermodynamic functions
R Kothari, VV Pathak, A Pandey, S Ahmad, C Srivastava, VV Tyagi
Bioresource technology 225, 84-89, 2017
Phycoremediation of textile wastewater by unicellular microalga Chlorella pyrenoidosa
VV Pathak, DP Singh, R Kothari, AK Chopra
Cellular and Molecular Biology 60 (5), 35-40, 2014
A critical review on factors influencing fermentative hydrogen production
R Kothari, V Kumar, VV Pathak, S Ahmad, O Aoyi, VV Tyagi
Frontiers In Bioscience 22, 1195-1220, 2017
Thermodynamics and performance evaluation of encapsulated PCM-based energy storage systems for heating application in building
VV Tyagi, AK Pandey, R Kothari, SK Tyagi
Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry 115 (1), 915-924, 2014
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