Journals Papers

Prof. Ghangrekar has published total 124 Journals Papers, 113 are International Journals Papers among these and 11 are Indian Journals Papers 

  1. G. D. Bhowmick, Md. T. Noori, Indrasis Das, Neethu B., M. M. Ghangrekar and A. Mitra (2018). Bismuth doped TiO2 as an excellent photocathode catalyst to enhance the performance of microbial fuel cell. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 43(15) 7501-7510.
  2. Deepak A. Jadhav, M.M. Ghangrekar (2018). Optimizing the proportion of pure and mixed culture in inoculum to enhance the performance of microbial fuel cells. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management. In press.
  3. Neethu B, G. D. Bhowmick, M. M. Ghangrekar (2018). Enhancement of Bioelectricity Generation and Algal Productivity in Microbial Carbon-Capture Cell using Low Cost Coconut Shell as Membrane Separator. Biochemical Engineering Journal. 133 (2018) 205–213.
  4. Iti Sharma, M.M. Ghangrekar (2018). Screening anodic inoculums for microbial fuel cells by quantifying bioelectrogenic activity using tungsten trioxide quantum rods. Bioresource Technology. 252, pp. 66-71.
  5. Sovik Das, M.M. Ghangrekar (2018). Value-added product recovery and carbon dioxide sequestration from biogas using microbial electrosynthesis. Indian Journal of Experimental Biology (IJEB).
  6. Sovik Das, Pritha Chatterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2018). Increasing methane content in biogas and simultaneous value added product recovery using microbial electrosynthesis. Water Science and Technology.
  7. Iti Sharma, M.M. Ghangrekar (2018). Evaluating suitability of tungsten, titanium and stainless steel wires as current collector in microbial fuel cell. Water Science and Technology, 77(4), 999-1006.
  8. Noori, Md. T, Bhowmick, G. D., Tiwari, B. R. Ghangrekar, M. M. and Mukherjee, C. K. (2018). Synthesis and application of low–cost Cu–Sn bimetal alloy as oxygen reduction reaction catalyst for improving the performance of microbial fuel cell. MRS Advances. 1-6.
  9. Tiwari, B.R., Ghangrekar, M.M. (2018). Electricity production during distillery wastewater treatment in a microbial fuel cell equipped with low cost PVA-Nafion-borosilicate membrane. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies. 6(2), 155-158.
  10. Tiwari, B.R., Noori, Md.T., Ghangrekar, M.M. (2018). Enhancing performance of microbial fuel cell treating distillery wastewater using carbon supported Nickel-phthalocyanine/MnOx as novel cathode catalyst. MRS Advances. Accepted
  11. Rajesh, P.P., Noori, M.T., and Ghangrekar, M.M. (2018). Graphene oxide/Polytetrafluoroethylene composite anode and Chaetoceros pre-treated anodic inoculum for enhancing the performance of microbial fuel cell. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies, 6(3), 236-240.
  12. Noori, Md. T, Paul, D., Ghangrekar, M.M. and Mukherjee, C.K. (2018). Enhancing the performance of sediment microbial fuel cell using graphene oxide – zeolite modified anode and V2O5 catalyszed cathode. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies, 6(2), 150-154.
  13. Knawang Chhunji Sherpa, Makarand Madhao Ghangrekar & Rintu Banerjee (2018). Optimization of saccharification of enzymatically pretreated sugarcane tops by response surface methodology for ethanol production. Biofuels, Taylor & Francis. DOI: 10.1080/17597269.2017.1409058
  14. Diplina Paul, Md. T. Noori, P.P. Rajesh, Makarand Ghangrekar, Arunabha Mitra (2018). Modification of carbon felt anode with Graphene oxide-Zeolite composite for enhancing the performance of microbial fuel cell. Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments. DOI: 10.1016/j.seta.2017.10.001.
  15. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar, S. Rao (2018). Sludge granulation in a UASB-moving bed biofilm hybrid reactor for efficient organic matter removal and nitrogen removal in biofilm reactor. Environmental Technology. 39(3), pp. 298-307.
  16. Anju Singh, Sheetal Jaisingh Kamble, Megha Sawant, Yogita Chakravarthy, Absar Kazmi, Enrique Aymerich, Markus Starkl, Makarand Ghangrekar, Ligy Philip (2018). Technical, hygiene, economic and life cycle assessment of full scale moving bed biofilm reactors for wastewater treatment in India. Environmental Science and Pollution Research. 25 (3), 2552-2569.
  17. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar, S. Rao (2018). Biogas Production from Partially Digested Septic Tank Sludge and its Kinetics. Waste and Biomass Valorization. In press
  18. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2017). A systematic review on bio-electrochemical systems research. Current Pollution Reports, 3(4), pp 281–288.
  19. R. Tiwari, Md. T. Noori, M.M. Ghangrekar (2017). Carbon Supported Nickel-Phthalocyanine/MnOx as Novel Cathode Catalyst for Microbial Fuel Cell Application. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 42(36), pp. 23085-23094.
  20. B. Neethu, M.M. Ghangrekar (2017). Electricity Generation Through a Photo Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell Using Algae at the Cathode. Water Science and Technology. 76(12), pp. 3269-3277.
  21. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2017). Biomass granulation in an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor treating 500 m3/day low-strength sewage and post treatment in high-rate algal pond. Water Science and Technology, 76(5), pp. 1234-1242.
  22. Pratik Kumar, Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2017). Fouling Resistant Nitrogen Doped Carbon Powder with Amino-Tri-Methylene-Phosphate Cathode for Microbial Fuel Cell. Materials for Renewable and Sustainable Energy. (2017), 6(2):9 (1-11).
  23. A. Jadhav, P.A. Deshpande, M.M. Ghangrekar (2017). Enhancing performance of single-chambered microbial fuel cell using manganese/palladium and zirconium/palladium composite cathode catalysts. Bioresource Technology, 238, pp. 568-574.
  24. Dipak Jadhav, Sumat C. Jain, M.M. Ghangrekar (2017). Simultaneous wastewater treatment, algal biomass production and electricity generation in clayware microbial carbon capture cells. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 183(3), 1076-1092.
  25. A. Jadhav, S. Ghosh Ray, M. M. Ghangrekar (2017). Third generation in bio-electrochemical system research – a systematic review on mechanisms for recovery of valuable by-products from wastewater. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews. 76, 1022-1031.
  26. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar, S. Rao (2017). Disinfection of secondary treated sewage using ZnO-Ag nanoparticles coated Chitosan beads to facilitate reuse. Journal of Chemical Technology & Biotechnology, 92(9), pp. 2334-2341.
  27. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar, S. Rao (2017). Biotic conversion of sulphate to sulphide and abiotic conversion of sulphide to sulphur in a microbial fuel cell using cobalt oxide octahedrons as cathode catalyst. Bioprocess and Biosystems Engineering. 40(5), 759-768.
  28. Ghosh Ray S. Noori Md. T., Ghangrekar M.M. (2017). Novel application of peptaibiotics derived from Trichoderma sp. for methanogenic suppression and enhanced power generation in microbial fuel cell. RSC advances. 2017, 7, 12975 – 12975.
  29. Noori MD. T., Mukherjee C.K., Ghangrekar M.M. (2017). Enhancing performance of microbial fuel cell by using graphene supported V2O5-nanorod catalytic cathode Electrochemica Acta. 228, 513-521.
  30. Manaswini Behera, Makarand Madhao Ghangrekar (2017). Optimization of operating conditions for maximizing power generation and organic matter removal in microbial fuel cell. Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE. 143(4), 04016090 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1061/(ASCE)EE.1943-7870.0001179.
  31. K. Sajana, M.M. Ghangrekar, A. Mitra (2017). A Review on In situ Bio-reclamation of Pond Water Quality Using Sediment Microbial Fuel Cell. ASCE’s Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)HZ.2153-5515.0000339. 21(2), 04016022.
  32. K. Sajana, M.M. Ghangrekar, Arunabha Mitra (2017). Influence of electrode material on performance of sediment microbial fuel cell remediating aquaculture water. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal. 16(2), pp. 421-429. Impact Factor: 1.008.
  33. T. Noori, S.C. Jain, M.M. Ghangrekar, C.K. Mukherjee (2016). Biofouling inhibition and enhancing performance of microbial fuel cell using silver nano-particles as fungicide and cathode catalyst. Bioresource Technology. 220, 183-189. Impact factor: 4.917
  34. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar, S. Rao (2016). Organic matter and nitrogen removal in a hybrid upflow anaerobic sludge blanket – moving bed biofilm and rope bed biofilm reactor. Journal of Environmental Chemical Engineering. 4, 3240–3245. SNIP: 1.428
  35. Dipak Jadhav, Sumat C. Jain, M.M. Ghangrekar (2016). Cow’s urine as a yellow gold for bioelectricity generation in low cost clayware microbial fuel cell. Energy. 113, 76-84. Impact Factor: 1.772.
  36. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar, S. Rao (2016). Development of anammox process for removal of nitrogen from wastewater in a novel self-sustainable biofilm reactor. Bioresource Technology, 218, 723-730. Impact factor: 4.917.
  37. Bikash R. Tiwari, Md. T. Noori, M.M. Ghangrekar (2016). A novel low cost polyvinyl alcohol-Nafion-borosilicate membrane separator for microbial fuel cell. Materials Chemistry and Physics. 182, 86-93. Impact Factor : 2.101
  38. N. Ghadge, M.M. Ghangrekar, Keith Scott (2016). Maximum anode chamber volume and minimum anode area for supporting electrogenesis in microbial fuel cells treating wastewater. Journal of Renewable and Sustainable Energy. 8 (4), 044302. Impact Factor: 1.51
  39. Pritha Chaterjee, Donal Leech, M.M. Ghangrekar (2016). A brief review on recent advances in air-cathode microbial fuel cells. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal. In press. Impact Factor: 1.008.
  40. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2016). Low efficiency of sewage treatment plants due to unskilled operations in India. Environmental Chemistry Letters. 14(3), 407-416, Impact factor: 2.573.
  41. Anil N. Ghadge, Dipak A. Jadhav, Makarand M. Ghangrekar (2016). Wastewater treatment in pilot-scale microbial fuel cell using multi-electrode assembly with ceramic separator. Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy. In press. DOI: 1002/ep.12403. Impact factor: 1.631. 35(6), pp. 1809-1817.
  42. T. Noori, M.M. Ghangrekar, C.K. Mukherjee (2016). V2O5 microflower decorated cathode for enhancing power generation in air-cathode microbial fuel cell treating fish market wastewater. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 41 (5), 3638-3645. Impact Factor: 3.205.
  43. Sharma, M.M. Ghangrekar, R.C. Biswal, K. Biswas (2016). Bioelectrogenesis detection of inoculums using electrochromic tungsten oxide and performance evaluation in microbial fuel cells. The Electrochemical Society Journals. 163(3), F183-F189. Impact Factor 3.266. 163 (3), F183-F189.
  44. Ghosh Ray, M. M. Ghangrekar (2016). Biodegradation kinetics of thin-stillage treatment by Aspergillus awamori and characterization of recovered chitosan. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology. 100 (4), 1955-1965. Impact Factor: 3.337
  45. Jadhav D.A., Ghangrekar M.M. (2016). Effective ammonium removal by anaerobic oxidation in microbial fuel cells. Environmental Technology. 36 (6), 767-775. Impact Factor: 1.197. Citations: 03
  46. Sharma and M.M Ghangrekar (2015). Challenges for bacterial population in Microbial Fuel Cells surrounded by unwittingly co-inoculated inhibitors, Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials, 5(6) 238. 6th world congress on biotechnology, 05-07 October 2015, New Delhi, India
  47. Harapriya Pradhan, Sumat C. Jain, Ghangrekar M.M. (2015). Simultaneous removal of phenol and dissolved solids from wastewater using multi-chambered microbial desalination cell. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology, 177(8), 1638-1653. Impact Factor: 1.735. Citations: 01
  48. Jadhav, D.A., Ghadge, A.N., Ghangrekar, M.M. (2015). Enhancing the power generation in microbial fuel cells with effective utilization of goethite recovered from mining mud as anodic catalyst. Bioresource Technology, 191, 110-116. Impact factor: 4.917. Citations: 3
  49. Harapriya Pradhan, Omkar Shinde, M.M. Ghangrekar, Supriya Sarkar (2015). Bioremediation of Steel Plant Wastewater and Improved Electricity Generation in Bio-Electrochemical Desalination Cell. Advanced Materials Research Journal. 648-651. (http://www.ttp.net/978-3-03835-678-3/15.html)
  50. Harapriya Pradhan, Ghangrekar M.M. (2015). Organic matter and dissolved salts removal in a microbial desalination cell with different orientation of ion exchange membranes. Desalination and Water Treatment, 54 (6), 1568-1576. Impact Factor: 1.272, Citations: 01
  51. R. Tiwari, M.M. Ghangrekar (2015). Enhancing electrogenesis by pre-treatment of mixed anaerobic sludge to be used as inoculum in microbial fuel cell. Energy and Fuels, 29(5), 3518-3524. Impact factor: 2.835
  52. Khilari, Santimoy; Pandit, Soumya; Ghangrekar, Makarand M.; Pradhan, Debabrata; Das, Debabrata (2015). Reduction of start-up time through bioaugmentation process in microbial fuel cells using a newly isolated microbial strain in anode. Water Science and Technology. 72(1), 106-115. Impact Factor: 1.212.
  53. N. Ghadge, M.M. Ghangrekar (2015). Development of low cost ceramic separator using mineral cation exchanger to enhance performance of microbial fuel cells. Electrochimica Acta. 166, 320-328. Impact Factor: 4.504. Citations: 04
  54. N. Ghadge, D.A. Jadhav, H. Pradhan, M.M. Ghangrekar (2015). Enhancing waste activated sludge digestion and power production using hypochlorite as catholyte in clayware microbial fuel cell. Bioresource Technology, 182, 225-231. Impact factor: 4.917. Citations: 04
  55. N. Ghadge, M.M. Ghangrekar (2015). Performance of low cost scalable air-cathode microbial fuel cell made from clayware separator using multiple electrodes. Bioresource Technology, 182, 373-377. Impact factor: 4.917. Citations: 06
  56. Rajesh P.P., D.A. Jadhav, M.M. Ghangrekar (2015). Improving performance of microbial fuel cell while controlling methanogenesis by Chaetoceros pretreatment of anodic inoculum. Bioresource Technology, 180, 66-71. Impact factor: 4.917. Citations: 06
  57. Ghosh Ray, M.M. Ghangrekar (2015). Enhancing organic matter removal, biopolymer recovery and electricity generation from distillery wastewater by combining fungal fermentation and microbial fuel cell. Bioresource Technology, 176, 8-14. Impact factor: 4.917. Citations: 08
  58. Harapriya Pradhan, Ghangrekar M.M. (2014). Multi-chamber microbial desalination cell for improved organic matter and dissolved solids removal from wastewater. Water Science and Technology, 70(12), 1948-1954. Impact Factor: 1.212. Citation: 02.
  59. Rajesh P.P., Noori Md. T., M.M. Ghangrekar (2014). Controlling methanogenesis and improving power production of microbial fuel cell by lauric acid dosing. Water Science and Technology. 70(8), 1363-1369. Impact Factor: 1.212. Citations: 05.
  60. Sumaraj and Ghangrekar M. M (2014). Development of microbial fuel cell as biosensor for detection of organic matter from wastewater. Recent Research in Science and Technology 6(1): 162-166. ISSN: 2076-5061.
  61. K. Sajana, M.M. Ghangrekar, Arunabha Mitra (2014). Effect of operating parameters on the performance of sediment microbial fuel cell treating aquaculture water. Aquacultural Engineering, 61, 17-26. Impact Factor: 1.381. Citations: 8
  62. A. Jadhav, A.N. Ghadge, M.M. Ghangrekar (2014). Simultaneous organic matter removal and disinfection of wastewater with enhanced power generation in microbial fuel cell. Bioresource Technology. 163, 328-334. Impact factor: 4.917. Citation: 09
  63. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2014). Design of clayware separator-electrode assembly for treatment of wastewater in microbial fuel cells. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 173, 378–390. Impact Factor: 1.606. Citation: 03.
  64. Anil N. Ghadge, Mypati Sreemannarayana, Narcis Duteanu, Makarand. M. Ghangrekar (2014). Influence of separator characteristics on the performance microbial fuel cells. Journal of Electrochemical Science and Engineering. 4(4), 315-326 doi: 10.5599/jese.2013.0047 
  65. Anil Ghadge, M.M. Ghangrekar, Soumya Pandit and Debabrata Das. (2014). Performance of air cathode earthen pot microbial fuel cell for simultaneous wastewater treatment with bioelectricity generation. International Journal of Environmental Technology and Management (IJETM). 17, Nos. 2/3/4, 2014, 143-153. SJR:0.2
  66. Girija S. Mishra, A. Mitra, R. Banerjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2014). Comparative pretreatment method for efficient enzymatic hydrolysis of Salvinia cucullata and sewage treatment in ponds containing this biomass. Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy. 16 (8), 1787-1794. Impact Factor: 1.827. Citation: 02.
  67. Soumya Pandit, Vinay Patel, Ghangrekar M.M. and Das D. (2014). Wastewater as anolyte for bioelectricity generation in graphite granule anode single chambered microbial fuel cell: effect of current collector. Int. J. Environmental Technology and Management. 17, Nos. 2/3/4, 2014, 252-267.
  68. K. Sajana, M.M. Ghangrekar, A. Mitra (2014). Effect of presence of cellulose in the freshwater sediment on the performance of sediment microbial fuel cell. Bioresource Technology. 155, 84-90. Impact Factor: 4.917. Citations: 10
  69. Jadhav D.A., Ghadge A.N., Debika Mondal, Ghangrekar M.M. (2014). Comparison of oxygen and hypochlorite as cathodic electron acceptor in microbial fuel cells. Bioresource Technology. 154, 330-335. Impact Factor: 4.917. Citation: 14.
  70. Pritha Chaterjee, M.M. Ghangrekar (2014). Preparation of a fouling resistant sustainable cathode for a single chambered microbial fuel cell. Water Science and Technology. 69(3), 634-639. Impact Factor: 1.102. Citation: 01
  71. Sridhar, M.M. Ghangrekar, R.D. Tyagi, R.Y. Surampalli (2013). Effect of Cathode Biofilm and Non-feeding condition on Performance of Membrane-less Microbial Fuel Cell Operated under Different Organic. International Journal of Environmental Protection (IJEP). Dec. 2013, Vol. 2 Iss. 4, PP. 8-14
  72. K. Sajana, M.M. Ghangrekar, A. Mitra (2013). Application of sediment microbial fuel cell for in situ reclamation of aquaculture pond water quality. Aquacultural Engineering. 57 (2013) 101– 107, Impact Factor:1.406. Citation: 24.
  73. Khilari, Santimoy; Pandit, Soumya; Ghangrekar, Makarand M.; Pradhan, Debabrata; Das, Debabrata (2013). Graphene oxide impregnated PVA-STA composite polymer electrolyte membrane separator for power generation in single chambered Microbial Fuel Cell. Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Research. 52 (33), pp. 11597-11606. Impact Factor 2.145
  74. Santimoy Khilari, Soumya Pandit, M. M. Ghangrekar, Debabrata Das, Debabrata Pradhan (2013). Graphene supported a-MnO2 nanotubes as a cathode catalyst for improved power generation and wastewater treatment in single-chambered microbial fuel cells. RSC Advances, 3, 7902–7911. Impact Factor 2.562. Citation: 31.
  75. N. Ghadge, Harapriya Pradhan, Sriranjani Prasad, and M. M. Ghangrekar (2013). Enhancing Activity of Electrogenic Bacteria in Microbial Fuel Cell by 2-Bromoethanesulphonate Dosing. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, Vol. 2 (05), 2013, 1086-1091. Impact Factor: 1.76
  76. K. Sajana, M.M. Ghangrekar, A. Mitra (2013). Effect of pH and distance between electrodes on the performance of sediment microbial fuel cell. Water Science Technology. 68(3), 537-543. Impact Factor: 1.102. Citation: 03.
  77. S. Jadhav, Y. D. Jagtap and M. M. Ghangrekar (2013). Dual-Chambered Membrane Microbial Fuel Cell: Limitation On Potential Difference. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, Vol. 2 (04), 2013, 1638-1643. ISSN 2278 – 0181.
  78. S. Jadhav, Y. D. Jagtap and M. M. Ghangrekar (2013). Performance of Earthen Pot Microbial Fuel Cell using Anodic Effluent as Cathodic Electrolyte. International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, Vol. 2 (03), 2013, 1-5, ISSN 2278 – 0181.
  79. Jadhav D.A. and Ghangrekar M. M. (2013), Effect of biofilm transfer on power generation of sediment microbial fuel cell, International Journal of Environmental Sciences, Vol. 2 (1), pp. 53-60, January- March 2013. Paper presented in International conference BioPack 2013, Mumbai, India (28 Feb.- 1 March, 2013,)
  80. Pritha Chaterjee, Subrato Mondal, Bikas Tiwari, M.M. Ghangrekar (2013). Performance of microbial fuel cell under psychrophilic and mesophilic temperatures. International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering, 3, Feb 2013, 244-249. Impact Factor:1.0
  81. Partha S. Jana, Manaswini Behera, M.M. Ghangrekar (2012). Effect of organic loading rates and proton exchange membrane surface area on the performance of an up-flow cylindrical microbial fuel cell. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering. Vol. 54, No. 1, 1-9. SJR:0.11. Citation: 01
  82. Pandit, M.M. Ghangrekar, D. Das (2012). Performance of an anion exchange membrane in association with cathodic parameters in a dual chamber microbial fuel cell. International Journal of Hydrogen Energy. 37 (11); 9383–9392. Impact factor: 4.054. Citation: 28.
  83. P. Mohapatra, M.M. Ghangrekar, A. Mitra and S.K. Brar. (2012). Sewage treatment in integrated system of UASB reactor and duckweed pond and reuse for aquaculture. Environmental Technology, Vol. 33, No. 12, June 2012, 1445–1453. Impact Factor 1.406. Citation: 05
  84. Behera and M.M. Ghangrekar (2011). Electricity Generation in Low Cost Microbial Fuel Cell Made Up of Earthenware of Different Thickness. Water Science Technology, 64(12), 2468-2473. Impact Factor: 1.122. Citation: 10
  85. Behera, S.S.R. Murthy, and M.M. Ghangrekar (2011). Effect of Operating Temperature on Performance of Microbial Fuel Cell. Water Science Technology, 64(4), 917–922. IF for 2010: 1.122. Citation: 05.
  86. Duteanu N.M., Ghangrekar M.M., Erable B., Scott K. (2010). Microbial Fuel Cells – An Option For Wastewater Treatment. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, August 2010, Vol.9 (8), 1069-1087. Citation: 09.
  87. Ghangrekar M.M., Sirigirisetty S.R. Murthy, Manaswini Behera, Narcis Duteanu (2010). Effect of sulfate concentration in the wastewater on microbial fuel cell performance. Environmental Engineering and Management Journal. September 2010, Vol.9 (9), 1227-1234. IF:0.88. Citation: 05.
  88. Manaswini Behera, Partha S Jana, Tanaji T More, M M Ghangrekar (2010). Rice mill wastewater treatment in microbial fuel cells fabricated using proton exchange membrane and earthen pot at different pH. Bioelectrochemistry. 79 (2), pp. 228-233. IF : 2.652. Citation: 78.
  89. Partha S. Jana, Manaswini Behera, M.M. Ghangrekar (2010). Performance comparison of up-flow microbial fuel cells fabricated using proton exchange membrane and earthen cylinder. International Journal of hydrogen energy. 35 (11), 5681-5686. IF : 3.945. Citation: 22.
  90. Duteanu, N., Erable, B., Senthil Kumar, S.M., Ghangrekar, M.M., and Scott, K. (2010). Effect of chemically modified Vulcan XC-72R on the performance of air-breathing cathode in a single chamber Microbial Fuel Cell. Bioresource Technology, 101(14), 5250-5255. IF: 4.453. Citation: 45.
  91. More T.T., Ghangrekar M.M. (2010). Improving performance of microbial fuel cell with sonication pre-treatment of mixed anaerobic inoculum sludge. Bioresource Technology. 101(2), 562-567. Impact Factor: 4.453. Citation: 33.
  92. Manaswini Behara, Partha S. Jana, and M.M. Ghangrekar (2010). Performance evaluation of low cost microbial fuel cell fabricated with earthen pot with biotic and abiotic cathode. Bioresource Technology.101(4), 1183-1189. Impact Factor: 4.453. Citation: 68.
  93. Benjamin Erable, Narcis M Duteanu, M.M. Ghangrekar, Keith Scott (2010). Applications of Electrochemically-Active Biofilm (EAB) Coated onto Electrodes. Biofouling Journal. 26(1), 57-71. Impact Factor: 415. Citation: 44.
  94. Partha Sarathi Jana and M.M. Ghangrekar (2010) Performance evaluation of a novel up-flow microbial fuel cell for maximizing power. International Journal of Anaerobic Digestion and Renewable Energy, International Science Press, 1(1), 65-70.
  95. T. More, Manaswini Behera, and M.M. Ghangrekar (2010). Effect of cathode surface area and sonication of inoculum on power production of microbial fuel cell. International Journal of Anaerobic Digestion and Renewable Energy, International Science Press, 1(1), 59-64.
  96. Ghangrekar M.M. and Manaswini Behera. (2010). Microbial fuel cell: a technology for wastewater treatment and renewable energy. Electrical India, vol 50 (4), 78-85.
  97. Ghangrekar, MM; Shinde, VB; Duteanu, NM (2010). Effect of Wastewater Characteristics and Biomass Growth in Cathode Compartment on Performance of Membrane-less Microbial Fuel Cell. REVISTA DE CHIMIE, 61(3), 272-280. Citation: 03.
  98. Benjamin Erable, Narcis Duteanu, S.M. Senthil Kumar, Yujie Feng, M.M. Ghangrekar, Keith Scott (2009). Nitric acid activation of graphite granules to increase the performance of the non-catalyzed oxygen reduction reaction (ORR) for MFC applications. Electrochemistry communication,11(7), 1547-1549. doi:10.1016/j.elecom.2009.05.057. Impact Factor: 194. Citation: 46.
  99. Manaswini Behara and M.M. Ghangrekar (2009). Performance of microbial fuel cell in response to change in sludge loading rate at different anodic feed pH. Bioresource Technology, 100 (2009) 5114–5121. Impact Factor: 4.453. Citation: 69.
  100. Biju Abraham, M. M. Ghangrekar, Arunabha Mitra (2009).  Treatment of sewage and kitchen waste for recovery of methane and biomass and its reuse in fish culture.  Special issue on Waste Management using BioScience and Technology, in International Journal of BioSciences and Technology (IJBST). 2(6): 76-86.
  101. Jadhav G. S. and. Ghangrekar M.M. (2009). Performance of microbial fuel cell subjected to variation in pH, temperature, external load and substrate concentration. Bioresource Technology. 100, 717–723, Impact Factor: 5.81. Citation: 155.
  102. Puspendu Bhunia and M.M. Ghangrekar (2009). Simulation of Granulation Index and its Utility for Predicting Percentage Granules in UASB Reactors. Special Issue on Microbial immobilization. World Review of Science, Technology and Sustainable Development (WRSTSD), Volume 6 – Issue 2/3/4 – 2009, 127-143. (DOI: 10.1504/WRSTSD.2009.031835)
  103. Ghangrekar M.M. and Shinde V.B. (2008). Simultaneous wastewater treatment and electricity generation in membrane less microbial fuel cell inoculated with preheated septic tank sludge. Water Science & Technology, 58(1), 37-43. (doi:10.2166/wst.2008.339), Impact Factor:1.24. Citation: 18.
  104. Puspendu Bhunia and M.M. Ghangrekar (2008). Influence of Biogas Induced Mixing on Granulation in UASB Reactors. Biochemical Engineering Journal. 41 (2), 136-141. (doi:10.1016/j.bej.2008.04.016), Impact Factor: 1.872. Citation: 6.
  105. Jadhav G. and Ghangrekar M.M. (2008). Improving Performance of MFC by Design Alteration and Adding Cathodic Electrolytes. Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology. 151(2-3), 319-332. (DOI: 1007/s12010-008-8195-2), Impact Factor:1.643. Citation: 18.
  106. Puspendu Bhunia and M.M. Ghangrekar (2008). Statistical Modeling and Optimization of Biomass Granulation and COD Removal in UASB Reactors Treating Low Strength Wastewaters. Bioresource Technology, 99(10), 4229-4238. Citation: 25.
  107. Puspendu Bhunia and M.M. Ghangrekar (2008). Analysis, evaluation and optimization of kinetic parameters for performance appraisal and design of UASB reactor. Bioresource Technology. 99 (7), 2132-2140. Citation: 36.

108.     Puspendu Bhunia and M.M. Ghangrekar. (2008) Effects of cationic polymer on biomass granulation using thick inoculum in UASB reactors treating low strength wastewater. Bioresource Technology, 99(2), 350-358. Citation: 12.

  1. Ghangrekar M.M., Kishor N. and Mitra A. (2007). Sewage reuse for aquaculture after treatment in oxidation and duckweed pond. Water Science Technology, 55(11), 173–181. Citation: 01

110.     Ghangrekar M.M. and V.B. Shinde (2007). Performance of membrane-less microbial fuel cell treating wastewater and effect of electrode distance and area on electricity production. Bioresource Technology, 98(15), 2879-2885, Citation: 136.

  1. Puspendu Bhunia and M.M. Ghangrekar (2007). Required minimum granule size in UASB reactor and characteristics variation with size. Bioresource Technology. 98(5), 994-999. Citation: 31.
  2. Ghangrekar M.M. (2006). Performance and correlation of sludge age and efficiency of UASB reactor during step increase in loading rates. Institution of Engineers (India), Environmental Engineering Division. 87, 8-15. Citation: 2.
  3. Puspendu Bhunia and M.M. Ghangrekar (2006). Discussion on Enhanced granulation by natural ionic polymer additives in UASB reactor treating low-strength wastewater. In Press, Water Research. 40(7);1505-1506.Citation: 2.
  4. Sakle J.J., Shivnikar S.V., Ghangrekar M.M. (2006). Performance of UASB reactor and granular media filter for sewage treatment. Journal of Aquatic Biology, Vol. 21, No. 1., 2006:254-256.

115.     Ghangrekar, M.M., Joshi, S.G., and Asolekar, S.R. (2005). Characteristics of sludge developed under different loading conditions during UASB reactor start-up. Water Research 39 (6); 1123-1133. Citation: 99.

  1. Ghangrekar M.M. (2005). Role of biogas production in UASB reactor performance. Journal of Indian Association for Environmental Management. June 2005, Volume 32, No. 2, 53-63.
  2. Ghangrekar M.M. (2004). Performance and cost potency of anaerobic sewage treatment. Water Intelligence Online, August 2004 (ISSN 1476-1777).
  3. Ghangrekar M.M. Kahalekar U.J., and Takalkar S.V. (2003) Design of UASB reactor for treatment of organic wastewaters. Indian Jr. of Environmental Health, 45(2), 121-132. Citation: 2.
  4. Ghangrekar M.M. and U.J. Kahalekar (2003). Performance and cost efficacy of two stage anaerobic sewage treatment. of Institution of Engineers (India), Env. Engg. Div.,84, 16-22. Citation: 11.
  5. Ghangrekar M.M., Kahalekar U.J., and Sakle J.J. (2002). Applicable loading rates for design of Upflow Anaerobic Sludge Blanket (UASB) reactor. of Institution of Engineers (India), Env. Engg. Div, 82, 48-53. Citation: 6.
  6. Ghangrekar, M.M., Joshi, S.G., and Asolekar, S.R. (1999). Favourable alkalinity and volatile fatty acids for start-up and operation of UASB reactor. of Inst. of Engg. India, Env. Engg., Division, February, 1999, 79, 37-41. Citation: 2
  7. Ghangrekar, M.M., Asolekar, S.R., and Joshi, S.G. (1998). Issues in design and start-up of UASB reactor for wastewater treatment. of IWWA, India, Jan-March, 1998, 49-55.
  8. Ghangrekar, M.M., Asolekar, S.R., Ranganathan, K.R., and Joshi, S.G. (1996). Experience with UASB reactor start-up under different operating conditions.  Water Science Technology, 34(5-6), 421-428, 1996. Citation: 88.
  9. Ghangrekar, M.M., Ranganathan, K.R., and Joshi, S.G. (1993). Design of experiments to determine optimal operating parameters for rapid granulation in UASB reactor. of IPHE, India, 1993(4), 48-55.