Name : Dr. Omar Nashed
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org , email@example.com
Address: Petroleum engineering department, College of energy technologies, Libya.
Google scholar: https://scholar.google.com.my/citations?user=F0UjAZYAAAAJ&hl=en
Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering. Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia
M.Sc. in Chemical Engineering. Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS, Malaysia
B.Sc. in Applied Chemistry, Aleppo University.
B.Lal, O. Nashed, “Chemical additives for gas hydrates” Springer Nature, 2020
O. Nashed, B. Lal, A. M. Shariff, K. M. Sabil, “Gas hydrates promoters” Springer
A. Bharathi, O. Nashed, B. Lal, and K. S. Foo, “Experimental and modeling studies
on enhancing the thermodynamic hydrate inhibition performance of monoethylene
glycol via synergistic green material,” Sci. Rep., vol. 11, pp. 2396, 2021.
O. Nashed, B. Lal, B. Partoon, K. M. Sabil, and Y. Hamed, “Kinematic Study of
Methane Hydrate Formation and Self-Preservation in the Presence of Functionalized
Carbon Nanotubes,” Energy & fuel., vol. 33, pp. 7684–7695, 2019.
O. Nashed, B. Partoon, B. Lal, K. M. Sabil, and A. M. Shariff, “Investigation of
functionalized carbon nanotubes’ performance on carbon dioxide hydrate formation,”
Energy, vol. 174, pp. 602–610, 2019.
O. Nashed, B. Partoon, B. Lal, K. M. Sabil, and A. M. Shariff, “Review the impact of
nanoparticles on the thermodynamics and kinetics of gas hydrate formation,” J. Natural
Gas Science & Engineering, vol. 55, pp. 452–465, 2018.
O. Nashed, K. M. Sabil, L. Ismail, A. Japper-Jaafar, and B. Lal, “Mean induction time
and isothermal kinetic analysis of methane hydrate formation in water and imidazolium
based ionic liquid solutions,” J. Chemical Thermodynamic, vol. 117, pp. 147–154,
O. Nashed, D. Dadebayev, M. S. Khan, C. B. Bavoh, B. Lal, and A. M. Shariff,
“Experimental and modelling studies on thermodynamic methane hydrate inhibition in
the presence of ionic liquids,” J. Molecular Liquid, vol. 249, pp. 886–891, 2018.
KM Sabil, O. Nashed, B Lal, L. Ismail, A. Japper-Jaafar Experimental investigation
on the dissociation conditions of methane hydrate in the presence of imidazolium-
based ionic liquids. J. Chemical Thermodynamic 84:7–13 (2015).
KM Sabil, O. Nashed, B Lal, and K. S. Foo, Formation Kinetics and Self-Preservation
of CO2 Hydrates in the Presence of Carboxylated Multiwall Carbon Nanotubes.
In International Petroleum Technology Conference. OnePetro, 2021.
Wan Adli Nuaim Bin Wan Ahmad Nadzri, O. Nashed*, Bhajan Lal, Khor Siak Foo,
and Khalik Mohd Sabil, “Prediction of Methane Hydrate Formation Rate in Multiphase
System using Artificial Neural Network” presented in International Virtual Conference
on Artificial Intelligence for Smart Community 2020.
O. Nashed, B. Lal, A.S. Maulud, and A. M. Shariff “Completion time of CH4 hydrate
formation in the presence of copper nanofluid” presented in 5th International
Conference on Energy and Environment 2019.
O. Nashed, S. M. Youssouf, K. M. Sabil, A. M. Shariff, S. Sufian, and B. Lal,
“Investigating the effect of silver nanoparticles on carbon dioxide hydrates formation,”
IOP Conf. Ser. Mater. Sci. Eng., vol. 458, p. 012058, 2018. 3rd International
Conference on Process Engineering and Advanced Materials (ICPEAM).
B. Partoon, O. Nashed, Z. Kassim, K. M. Sabil, J. Sangwai, and B. Lal, “Gas Hydrate
Equilibrium Measurement of Methane + Carbon Dioxide + Tetrahydrofuran+ Water
System at High CO2 Concentrations,” in Procedia Engineering, 2016, 148. presented
in 4th International Conference on Process Engineering and Advanced Materials
O. Nashed, J. C. H. Koh, and B. Lal, “Physical-chemical Properties of Aqueous
TBAOH Solution for Gas Hydrates Promotion,” in Procedia Engineering, 2016, 148.
presented in 4th International Conference on Process Engineering and Advanced
HONORS AND AWARDS
Graduate Assistant Merit Award for research paper publication, Universiti Teknologi