1) Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Suranaree University of Technology, 2016
2) B.Eng., Chemical Engineering, Suranaree University of Technology, 2011
Undergraduate Program (in least 3 years)
- EGCG 101 – Chemical Engineering Principles and Calculations (2018)
- EGCH 202 – Chemical Engineering Principles and Calculations (2017-2018)
- EGCH 203 – Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I (2017)
- EGCH 303 – Chemical Engineering Laboratory I (2017-2018)
- EGCH 390 – Computer Applications in Chemical Engineering (2017-2018)
- EGCH 495 – Project Seminar (2017-2018)
- EGCH 496 – Chemical Engineering Project (2018)
Graduate Program (in least 3 years)
- EGCH 511 – Chemical Engineering Principles and Calculations (2018)
- EGCH 512 – Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2018)
- EGCH 609 – Advanced Transport Phenomena (2017-2018)
- EGCH 610 – Advanced Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (2017-2018)
- Molecular Simulation for Fluid Phase Equilibria and Gas Adsorption
- Computational Materials Science
- Adsorption Science and Technology: Energy Storage and Carbon Capture by Porous Media
- Na Nakorn KR, Lerdkamjornwat W, Chinkanjanarot S, Phadungbut P, Klomkliang N. In silico analysis of argon adsorption and porous properties of Fe-soc-MOF pre-adsorbed with nonpolar and polar fluids. Microporous and Mesoporous Materials. 2020;303.
- Dilokekunakul W, Klomkliang N, Phadungbut P, Chaemchuen S, Supasitmongkol S. Effects of functional group concentration, type, and configuration on their saturation of methanol adsorption on functionalized graphite. Applied Surface Science. 2020;501:144121.
- Phadungbut, L.F. Herrera, D.D. Do, C. Tangsathitkulchai, D. Nicholson and S. Junpirom, “Computational Methodology for Determining Textural Properties of Simulated Porous Carbons”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2017; 503: 28-38.
- Prasetyo, T. Horikawa, P. Phadungbut, S. J. Tan, D. D. Do and D. Nicholson, “A GCMC Simulation and Experimental Study of Krypton Adsorption/Desorption Hysteresis on a Graphite Surface”, Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2016; 478: 402-412.
- Phadungbut, D. D. Do and D. Nicholson, “On the Microscopic Origin of the Hysteresis Loop in Closed End Pore: Adsorbate Restructuring”, Chemical Engineering Journal, 2016; 478: 402-412.
- Zeng, P. Phadungbut, D. D. Do and D. Nicholson, “Wedge Pore Model as an Alternative to the Uniform Slit Pore Model for the Determination of Pore Size Distribution in Activated Carbon”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2015; 119: 25853-25859.
- Phadungbut, D. D. Do and D. Nicholson, “Undulation Theory and Analysis of Capillary Condensation in Cylindrical and Spherical Pores”, Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2015; 119: 20433-20445.
- Bruschi, G. Mistura, P. Phadungbut, D. D. Do, D. Nicholson, Y. Mayamei and W. Lee, “Adsorption on Ordered and Disordered Duplex Layers of Porous Anodic Alumina”, Langmuir, 2015; 31: 4895-4905.
- Fan, V. Nguyen, Y. Zeng, P. Phadungbut, T. Horikawa, D. D. Do, and D. Nicholson, “Novel Approach to the Characterization of the Pore Structure and Surface Chemistry of Porous Carbon with Ar, N2, H2O and CH3OH Adsorption”, Microporous and Mesoporous Materials, 2015; 209: 79-89.
- Phadungbut, C. Fan, D. D. Do, D. Nicholson and C. Tangsathitkulchai, “Determination of Absolute Adsorption for Argon on Flat Surfaces under Sub- and Supercritical Conditions”, Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects, 2015; 480: 19-27.
- Phadungbut, D. D. Do, D. Nicholson and C. Tangsathitkulchai, “On the Phase Transition of Argon Adsorption in an Open End Slit Pore: Effects of Temperature and Pore Size”, Chemical Engineering Science, 2015; 126: 257-266.
- Zeng, P. Phadungbut, D. D. Do and D. Nicholson, “Anatomy of Adsorption in Open End and Closed End Slit Mesopores: Adsorption, Desorption and Equilbrium Branches of Hysteresis Loop”. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2014; 118: 25496-25504.
- Phadungbut, V. T. Nguyen, D. D. Do, D. Nicholson and C. Tangsathitkulchai, “On the Phase Transition of Monolayer Adsorption on Graphite at Temperatures below 2D-Critical Temperature”, Molecular Simulation, 2015; 41: 446-454.
Awards and recognition
- Research grant for new scholar funded by Thailand Research Fund (TRF), 2018
- Research assistant scholarship funded by Royal Golden Jubilee Ph.D. programme (RGJ) through Thailand Research Fund (TRF), 2011-2016
- Post-doctoral researcher at School of Chemical Engineering, University of Queensland Australia, 2016-2017
My research is currently focused on the development of molecular simulation to tailor the nanostructure of porous and nonporous materials and select the appropriate materials for specific applications such as the storage of energy gases and capture of toxic gases. By performing molecular simulation, it allows us to understand particular phenomena and properties of substances microscopically which cannot be observed by the experimental work. In addition to that, other keys of employing molecular simulation are to reduce experimental effort and material and energy consuming before actual production of materials. Therefore, the target of my research is to design and refine the performance of any processes by deep problem solving from nanoscale to industrial scale.
My recently published research is related to textural characterization of porous materials having any arbitary structure without relying on gas adsorption technique. Extension of this method will be examined to other porous materials and applied to the lab-made materials.
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