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Archival Journal Papers

H.S. Kim, K. Wright, J. Piccioni, D. Cho, Y.I. Cho. Inactivation of Bacteria by the Application of Spark Plasma in Produced Water. Separation and Purification Technology. (Published online October 2015, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.seppur.2015.10.047)


Hyoung-Sup Kim, K. Wright, Daniel Cho, Young I. Cho. Self-cleaning filtration with spark discharge in produced water. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 2015. 88: p. 527-537.


Y. I. Cho, K. C. Wright, H.S. Kim, D. J. Cho, A. Rabinovich and A. Fridman. Stretched arc discharge in produced water. Review of Scientific Instruments, 2015. 86(1): p. 013501.


K.C. Wright, H.S. Kim, D.J. Cho, A. Rabinovich, A. Fridman, Y.I. Cho. New Fouling Prevention Method using a Plasma Gliding Arc for Produced Water Treatment. Desalination, 2014. 345: p. 64


H.S. Kim, K.C. Wright, I.W. Hwang, D.H. Lee, A. Rabinovich, A. Fridman, Y.I. Cho. Concentration of hydrogen peroxide generated by gliding arc discharge and inactivation of E. coli in water. International Communications in Heat and Mass Transfer, 2013. 42: p. 5-10.


H.S. Kim, K.C. Wright, I.H. Hwang, D.H. Lee, A. Rabinovich, A. Fridman, & Y. I. Cho. Effects of H2O2 and low pH produced by gliding arc discharge on the inactivation of Escherichia coli in water. Plasma Medicine, 2011. 1(3-4).


Conference papers, unpublished theses, and technical reports

Y.I. Cho, K.C. Wright, H.S. Kim, D. Cho, A. Rabinovich, A. Fridman. Plasma treatment of produced water from hydraulic fracturing for shale gas. 74th Annual International Water Conference (IWC), Orlando, Florida, November 17 – 21, 2013. [Refereed Conference Papers]


Wright, K.C. M.S. Thesis: Electrochemical Reduction of Water Hardness for the Prevention of Fouling in Cooling Water Treatment. June 2012. Drexel University. [Unpublished Thesis]


Kamau Wright, Stephanie Dunda, Jessica Ward, Mary Jo Grdina, Timothy Kurzweg. Development and Implementation of Engineering Modules into a 9th Grade Biochemistry Class Based on the NAE Grand Challenges.