Bong Eng Ying

Lecturer

Research Areas:
Material Science

Pillar / Cluster: Engineering Product Development

Biography

Eng Ying obtained her bachelor degree in Chemical Engineering from RMIT Universtiy, Australia. She continued to pursue her Ph.D., where she worked on solid-liquid mass transfer in an adsorption operation using high solids concentration. This work has many industrial applications, most notably in mineral processing operation. Her work aims to intensify existing solid-liquid mass transfer processes to ensure high impeller energy efficiency input and highest achievable mass transfer coefficient in agitated vessels.

Education Background

  • Ph.D Chemical Engineering, RMIT University, Australia (2013)
  • B.A Chemical Engineering, RMIT University, Australia (2009)

Awards & Achievements

  • Best Poster Award at Chemeca Conference, New Zealand (2012)

Key Publications

  1. Wang, S., Wu, J., Bong, E.Y., 2013. Reduced IMRs in a mixing tank via agitation improvement. Chemical Engineering Research and Design, 91, 1009-1017.
  2. Bong, E.Y., Parthasarathy, R., Eshtiaghi, N., Wu, J., 2013. Optimum tank configuration for solid-liquid mass transfer inan agitated vessel using high solids concentration (revising)
  3. Wang, S., Parthasarathy, R., Bong, E.Y., Wu, J., Slatter, P., 2012. Suspension of ultrahigh concentration solids in an agitated vessel. AIChE Journal 58, 1291-1298.
  4. Bong, E.Y., Parthasarathy, R., Eshtiaghi, N., Wu, J., 2011. Solid-liquid effects on solid-liquid mass transfer in anagitated vessel. International Symposium on Mixing in Industrial Processes 7,Beijing, Chin
  5. Bong, E.Y., Parthasarathy, R., Eshtiaghi, N., Wu, J., 2012. Effect of baffling condition on solid-liquid mass transfercoefficient in high solid concentration mixing. Chemeca, New Zealand, paper no.255.
  6. Bong, E.Y., Parthasarathy, R., Eshtiaghi, N., Wu, J., 2012. Solid-liquid mass transfer in agitated slurries with high solid concentration. North American Mixing Forum 23 conference, Mexico.