Alex Shaw
Alex Shaw
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TitleCited byYear
Emerging applications of low temperature gas plasmas in the food industry
A Shaw, G Shama, F Iza
Biointerphases 10 (2), 029402, 2015
382015
The fate of plasma-generated oxygen atoms in aqueous solutions: non-equilibrium atmospheric pressure plasmas as an efficient source of atomic O (aq)
J Benedikt, MM Hefny, A Shaw, BR Buckley, F Iza, S Schäkermann, ...
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (17), 12037-12042, 2018
212018
Geometry optimization of linear and annular plasma synthetic jet actuators
G Neretti, P Seri, M Taglioli, A Shaw, F Iza, CA Borghi
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 50 (1), 015210, 2016
162016
Atmospheric-pressure plasma surface activation for solution processed photovoltaic devices
F Lisco, A Shaw, A Wright, JM Walls, F Iza
Solar Energy 146, 287-297, 2017
132017
EHD-driven mass transport enhancement in surface dielectric barrier discharges
M Taglioli, A Shaw, A Wright, B Fitzpatrick, G Neretti, P Seri, CA Borghi, ...
Plasma Sources Science and Technology 25 (6), 06LT01, 2016
132016
Dielectric barrier discharge plasma microbubble reactor for pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass
A Wright, H Bandulasena, C Ibenegbu, D Leak, T Holmes, W Zimmerman, ...
AIChE Journal 64 (11), 3803-3816, 2018
102018
Microbubble-enhanced dielectric barrier discharge pretreatment of microcrystalline cellulose
A Wright, A Marsh, F Ricciotti, A Shaw, F Iza, R Holdich, H Bandulasena
Biomass and bioenergy 118, 46-54, 2018
82018
A reference protocol for comparing the biocidal properties of gas plasma generating devices
A Shaw, P Seri, CA Borghi, G Shama, F Iza
Journal of Physics D: Applied Physics 48 (48), 484001, 2015
72015
Microbubble-enhanced DBD plasma reactor: Design, characterisation and modelling
A Wright, M Taglioli, F Montazersadgh, A Shaw, F Iza, HCH Bandulasena
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 144, 159-173, 2019
32019
Quantification of the ozone dose delivered into a liquid by indirect plasma treatments: method and calibration of the Pittsburgh Green Fluorescence Probe
A Wright, J Fuster, A Shaw, H Bandulasena, BR Buckley, F Iza
Plasma Chemistry and Plasma Processing 38 (6), 1169-1179, 2018
22018
Cold atmospheric-pressure plasma treatment for promotion of cell adhesion onto PDMS substrates
P Puntambekar, AH Shaw, Y Liu, F Iza
IOP Ion and Plasma Surfaces Group and Loughborough University, 2015
12015
Study of plasma-induced inactivation of a reference micro-organism
E Dolezalova, AH Shaw, F Iza, M Simek, G Shama
14th International Symposium on High Pressure Low Temperature Plasma …, 2014
12014
Influence of the on-time on the ozone production in pulsed dielectric barrier discharges
F Montazersadgh, A Wright, J Ren, A Shaw, G Neretti, H Bandulasena, ...
Plasma 2 (1), 39-50, 2019
2019
Low-temperature atmospheric pressure plasma devices for biological applications
AH Shaw
Loughborough University, 2018
2018
Characterisation of an atmospheric-pressure dielectric barrier discharge in air and a protocol for comparing the biocidal properties of plasma devices
AH Shaw, P Seri, CA Borghi, G Shama, F Iza
14th Technological Plasma Workshop, Coventry, UK, 2016
2016
Characterisation of an atmospheric-pressure air DBD discharge
L Zhang, P Seri, AH Shaw, CA Borghi, F Iza
IOP Ion and Plasma Surfaces Group and Loughborough University, 2015
2015
A reference protocol for comparing the biocidal properties of gas plasma generating devices [conference paper]
AH Shaw, P Seri, CA Borghi, G Shama, F Iza
Loughborough University, 2015
2015
Plasma-induced inactivation of a reference micro-organism
AH Shaw, E Dolezalova, M Simek, G Shama, F Iza
Loughborough University, 2014
2014
Reaching beyond the surface in plasma treatments
AH Shaw, G Shama, F Iza
COST Action Electrical Discharges with Liquids for Future Applications (CMST …, 2014
2014
EHD-driven mass transport enhancement in surface dielectric barrier discharges
A Shaw, M Taglioli, A Wright, G Neretti, P Seri, CA Borghi, F Iza
Technological Plasma Workshop 2016, 7, 0
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