Darshan Sachde, Ph.D.
McIntush, K.E., D. Mamrosh, D. Sachde, C. Beitler, “Use of Caustic Scrubbers on Vent Streams from Molten Sulfur Storage and Shipping Equipment”, Presented at the 2017 Brimstone Sulfur Recovery Symposium, 26-29 September 2017, Vail, CO.
McIntush, K., D. Mamrosh, D. Sachde, C. Beitler, “Characteristics of Sour Flare Gas Streams that Impact H2S Treatment Technologies”, presented at the 2017 American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, 19-21 March 2017, paper AM-17-60.
Sachde, Darshan Jitendra. "Absorber Performance and Configurations for CO2 Capture using Aqueous Piperazine." (2016). The University of Texas at Austin. Ph.D. Dissertation.
Walters, Matthew S., Yu-Jeng Lin, Darshan J. Sachde, Thomas F. Edgar, and Gary T. Rochelle. "Control relevant model of amine scrubbing for CO2 capture from power plants." Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research 55, no. 6 (2016): 1690-1700.
Sachde, Darshan, and Gary T. Rochelle. "Absorber intercooling configurations using aqueous piperazine for capture from sources with 4 to 27% CO 2." Energy Procedia 63 (2014): 1637-1656.
Sachde, Darshan, Eric Chen, and Gary T. Rochelle. "Modeling pilot plant performance of an absorber with aqueous piperazine." Energy Procedia 37 (2013): 1987-2001.
Chen, Eric, Tarun Madan, Darshan Sachde, Matthew S. Walters, Paul Nielsen, and Gary T. Rochelle. "Pilot plant results with piperazine." Energy Procedia 37 (2013): 1572-1583.
Kim, Jungseung, Costas Tsouris, Richard T. Mayes, Yatsandra Oyola, Tomonori Saito, Christopher J. Janke, Sheng Dai, Erich Schneider, and Darshan Sachde. "Recovery of uranium from seawater: A review of current status and future research needs." Separation Science and Technology 48, no. 3 (2013): 367-387.
Schneider, Erich, and Darshan Sachde. "The cost of recovering uranium from seawater by a braided polymer adsorbent system." Science & Global Security 21, no. 2 (2013): 134-163.
Sachde, Darshan Jitendra. "Uranium extraction from seawater: an assessment of cost, uncertainty and policy implications." (2011). The University of Texas at Austin. Master’s Thesis.