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Foo, D.C.Y.

University of Nottingham Malaysia, Center for Green Technologies, Semenyih, Selangor, Malaysia

Dominic C. Y. Foo is a Professor of Process Design and Integration at the University of Nottingham Malaysia (Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering and the Center of Excellence for Green Technologies). He is a professional engineer registered with the Board of Engineers Malaysia, a chartered engineer with the Engineering Council of the United Kingdom, and a Fellow for the Academy of Science Malaysia. He has developed various process integration techniques for resource conservation, CO2 reduction and production planning. Dr. Foo routinely establishes international collaboration with researchers from various countries around the world. He has received numerous awards, written eight books, and published more than 180 papers in a variety of chemical, energy and environmental engineering journals. He earned BEng, MEng and PhD degrees, all in chemical engineering, from the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

Optimization for the trigeneration of industrial waste

University of Nottingham Malaysia, Center for Green Technologies: Chua, X. Y.  |  Foo, D.C.Y.  |  Ramanath, T.

Many corporations are moving toward sustainable operations for their processes. One alternative pathway to reduce fossil fuels consumption in a processing plant is through harvesting waste heat from industrial waste through combined heat and power (CHP), or what is commonly known as cogeneration or polygeneration.

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