Prof. Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed

Prof. Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed

Professor and Head
HKBK College of Engineering, India


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from B.M.S. College of Engineering, India

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Biography

Dr. Syed Abu Sayeed Mohammed is currently working as Professor and HOD in the Department of Civil Engineering, HKBKCE, Bangalore. He has completed his Ph.D. in Environmental Science from Hazrat Khawaja Khuttubuddin Bakhtiar Kaki Education College, India. He is life member of Environmental Protection Society, Kakinada, and Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) and Geo- Institute-American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He also completed 5 research projects. He has published 2 books, and 14 research articles in journals contributed as author/co-author.

Area of Interest:

Environmental Sciences
100%
Wastewater Treatment
62%
Adsorption Studies
90%
Civil Engineering
75%
Remediation
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Moghal, A.A.B., S.A.S. Mohammed, A. Almajed and M.A. Al-Shamrani, 2019. Desorption of heavy metals from lime-stabilized arid-soils using different extractants. Int. J. Civil Eng., (In Press). 10.1007/s40999-019-00453-y.
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  2. Moghal, A.A.B., S.A.S. Mohammed and M.A. Al-Shamrani, 2019. State-of-the-art review on strontium toxicokinetics, mechanistic response, alterations and regulations. Int. J. GEOMATE, 16: 204-213.
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  3. Moghal, A.A.B., K.R. Reddy, S.A.S. Mohammed, M.A.A. Shamrani and W.M. Zahid, 2017. Retention studies on arsenic from aqueous solutions by lime treated semi-arid soils. Int. J. Geomate, 12: 2836-2843.
  4. Moghal, A.A.B., A.A.K. Obaid, M.A. Al-Shamrani, W.M. Zaheed, T.O. Al-Refeai and S.A.S. Mohammed, 2017. Physico-chemical and geo environmental characterization of semi arid soils. Int. J. Geomate, 12: 2186-2990.
  5. Mohammed, S.A.S., P.F. Sanaulla and A.A.B. Moghal, 2016. Sustainable use of locally available red earth and black cotton soils in retaining Cd2+ and Ni2+ from aqueous solutions. Int. J. Civil Eng., 14: 491-505.
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  6. Mohammed, S.A.S. and A.A.B. Moghal, 2016. Efficacy of Nano Calcium Silicate (NCS) treatment on tropical soils in encapsulating heavy metal ions: Leaching studies validation. Innov. Infrastructure Solutions, 1: 1-12.
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  7. Moghal, A.A.B., K.R. Reddy, S.A.S. Mohammed, M.A. Al-Shamrani and W.M. Zahid, 2016. Sorptive response of chromium (Cr+6) and Mercury (Hg+2) from aqueous solutions using chemically modified soils. J. Testing Evaluation, Vol. 45. 10.1520/JTE20160066.
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  8. Moghal, A.A.B., K.R. Reddy, S.A.S. Mohammed, M.A. Al-Shamrani and W.M. Zahid, 2016. Lime-amended semi-arid soils in retaining copper, lead and zinc from aqueous solutions. Water Air Soil Pollut., Vol. 227. 10.1007/s11270-016-3054-1.
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  9. Shankara, N. Maya, P.V. Sivapullaiah and S.A.S. Mohammed, 2014. Sorption of iron and copper on sand bentonite flyash mixtures. Int. J. Res. Chem. Environ., 4: 1-8.
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  10. Mohammed, S.A.S., 2013. Retention of Copper and Chromium on Soils-Mechanisms. Lap Lambert Publishers, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3659002045, Pages: 292.
  11. Mohammed, S.A.S., 2013. Potential of surface complexation and redox modeling for chromium(VI) adsorption on local materials as liners for waste containment facilities. Turk. J. Eng. Environ. Sci., 37: 100-108.
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  12. Mohammed, S.A.S., 2012. Retention capacity of soils and amended soils for heavy metal ions. J. Phys. Chem. News, 66: 1-16.
  13. Mohammed, S.A.S., 2012. Long Term Prediction of Contaminant Transport in Soils. Lap Lambert Publishers, Germany, ISBN-13: 978-3-659-12542-3, Pages: 189.
  14. Mohammed, S.A.S., 2012. Application of surface complexation modeling for zinc adsorption on local materials as liners for waste containment facilities. J. Mat. Environ. Sci., .
  15. Mohammed, S.A.S., 2012. Application of surface complexation modeling for copper adsorption on local materials as liners for waste containment facilities. Ingeniare. Chilean J. Engin., .
  16. Mohammed, S.A.S., 2012. A propose to use arid soils as a liner material for hazardous waste containment facility. J. Energy Environ. Carbon Credits, .
  17. Mohammed, S.A.S. and M. Naik, 2011. Utilization of Red soils and amended soils as a liner material for attenuatation of copper from aqueous solution: Isotherm and kinetic studies. J. Environ. Sci. Technol., 4: 504-519.
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  18. Mohammed, S.A.S. and M. Naik, 2011. Potential use of black cotton soil with additives as a liner material to retain zinc: Isotherm and kinetic studies. Int. J. Ecol. Dev., 19: 15-29.
  19. Mohammed, S.A.S. and M. Naik, 2011. A review and evaluation of selected kinetic models and sorption processes in amended soils. Int. J. Res. Chem. Environ., Vol. 1. .
  20. Mohammed, S.A.S. and M. Naik, 2010. Adsorption characteristics of metals in aqueous solution by local materials with additives as liners for waste containment facilities. J. Water Environ. Technol., 8: 29-50.
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  21. Mohammed, S.A.S., M. Naik and S. Tanveeruddin, 2009. Influence of additives on the retention of metal ions in a soil of Bangalore, India. Interdisciplin. J. Applied Sci., 4: 20-36.
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  22. Mohammed, S.A.S., M. Naik, P.F. Sanaulla and M.A. Zulfiqar Ahmed, 2008. Studies on contaminant transport, at an industrial waste dumpsite of Bangalore, ambiente and agua an interdisciplinary. J. Applied Sci., 3: 55-66.
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