Dr. Dina Aboelela finished her PhD in September, 2020 in the topic of modeling and simulation of microbial electrolysis cells from Faculty of Engineering Minia University. Dr. Dina finished her Master degree in environmental process design of styrene production plant from Minia University in November, 2016. Dr. Dina earned her Bachelor degree in chemical engineering from higher technology institute in 10th of Ramadan city (HTI) in 2009 with cumulative grade Excellent (GPA 3.85) and the 3rd ranked in the 2009 batch. She joined the British University in Egypt in 2009. Her research focuses on the area of modeling and simulation of renewable energy.
PhD in Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering – Minia University, September 2020
M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering – Minia University, November, 2016.
B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering – HTI, 2009.
- Renewable Energy and Biofuel
- Modelling and simulation
- Environmental protection methods
- Heat integration
- Mass integration
- Heat transfer
- Water treatment
- Aboelela, M. A. Soliman, and I. Ashour, “A Reduced Model for Microbial Electrolysis Cells,” Int. J. Innov. Technol. Explor. Eng., vol. 9, no. 4, pp. 1724–1730, 2020.
- Aboelela, M. A. Soliman, and I. Ashour, “A reduced model for microbial fuel cell,” Chem. Eng. Trans., vol. 79, no. November 2019, pp. 43–48, 2020.
- Aboelela, Gadalla M., Abdelsatar A., (March, 2016)" an environmental & energy-integrated process design for styrene monomer production", journal of international academic research for multidisciplinary, Vol. 4, No. (2), pp. 41-58.