Bong Eng Ying
Pillar / Cluster: Engineering Product Development
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.
- 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)
- 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.
- 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)
- 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.
- 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
- 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.
- 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.