1Gurjar, R.; Behera, M., 2022, Inhibition kinetics of volatile fatty acid-rich leachate on substrate utilization and electricity generation in an earthen microbial fuel cell, Environmental Processes, https://doi.org/10.1007/s40710-022-00614-7
2Raychaudhuri, A., Behera, M., 2022, Biodegradation and power production kinetics in microbial fuel cell during rice mill wastewater treatment, Fuel, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fuel.2022.126904
3Gurjar, R.; Behera, M., 2022, Bio-Electrochemical Performance of a Ceramic Microbial Fuel Cell Treating Kitchen Waste Leachate: Effect of Organic Loading Rate and Anode Electrode Surface Area, Fermentation, 8(10), 544. https://doi.org/10.3390/
4Raychaudhuri, A., Behera, M., 2022, Effect of operating parameters on rice mill wastewater treatment in an acidogenic chamber and MFC coupled system, Bioresource Technology Reports, 20, 101249, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.biteb.2022.101249
5Gurjar, R., Behera, M., 2022, Integrating operating conditions to develop a neural network for predicting organics removal and power density in an earthen microbial fuel cell treating leachate, Biofuels, 10.1080/17597269.2022.2116769
6Bagchi S, Sahoo, R.N., Behera M., 2022, Sodium nitrate as a methanogenesis suppressor in earthen separator microbial fuel cell treating rice mill wastewater, Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 29, 61803–61810. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11356-021-14940-0
7Gurjar, R., Behera, M., 2022, Exploring necessity to pre-treat organic fraction of waste prior to use in an earthen MFC modified with bentonite, Water Science & Technology, 86 (4), 656-671. https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.244
8Priyanka, K., Neelancherry R, Behera, M., 2022, Sequential biological and solar photocatalytic treatment system for greywater treatment, Water Science and Technology, 86(3), 584-595, https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2022.229
9Priyanka, K., Behera, M., Neelancherry R, 2022, Greywater treatment in SBR-SND reactor - optimization of hydraulic retention time, volumetric exchange ratio and sludge retention time, Environmental Technology, https://doi.org/10.1080/09593330.2022.2072238
10Raychaudhuri, A., Sahoo, R.N., Behera, M., 2022, Sequential anaerobic-aerobic treatment of rice mill wastewater and simultaneous power generation in microbial fuel cell, Environmental Technology, https://doi.org/10.1080/09593330.2022.2053753
11Bagchi, S., Behera, M., 2022, Effect of pharmaceutical on performance of earthen pot microbial fuel cell, Journal of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive waste, (ASCE), 26(2), 04021057-1-8
12Raychaudhuri, A., Sahoo, R.N., Behera, M., 2021, Application of clayware ceramic separator modified with silica in microbial fuel cell for bioelectricity generation during rice mill wastewater treatment, Water Science and Technology, 84 (1), 66-76.
13Raychaudhuri, A., Behera, M., 2021, Enhancement of bioelectricity generation by integrating acidogenic compartment into a dual-chambered microbial fuel cell during rice mill wastewater treatment, Process Biochemistry, 105, 19-26.
14Thakur, I., Jena, S., Panda, R.K., Behera, M., Pattanaik, S.K., 2021, Groundwater vulnerability assessment from a drinking water perspective: case study in a tropical groundwater basin in eastern India, Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (ASCE), 25 (3), 05021004
15Bagchi S, Behera M. 2021, Bioaugmentation using Pseudomonas aeruginosa with an approach of intermittent aeration for enhanced power generation in ceramic MFC, Sustainable Energy Technologies and Assessments, 45, 101138.
16Bagchi S, Behera M. 2021, Evaluation of the effect of anolyte recirculation and anolyte ph on the performance of a microbial fuel cell employing ceramic separator, Process Biochemistry, 102, 207-212.
17Bagchi S, Behera M. 2021, Methanogenesis suppression and increased power generation in microbial fuel cell during treatment of chloroform containing wastewater, Journal of Process Safety and Environmental Protection, 148, 249-255.
18Raychaudhuri, A., Behera, M., 2020, Ceramic membrane modified with rice husk ash for application in microbial fuel cells. Electrochimica Acta, 363. 13726.
19Priyanka, K., Neelancherry, R., Behera, M., 2020. Greywater treatment using modified solar photocatalyst- degradation kinetics, pathway, and toxicity analysis. Separation and Purification Technology, 117319
20Bagchi, S, Behera M., 2020, Assessment of Heavy Metal Removal in Different Bio-electrochemical Systems – A Review, Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (ASCE), 24 (3), 04020010.
21Raychaudhuri, A., Behera, M., 2020, Comparative evaluation of methanogenesis suppression methods in microbial fuel cell during rice mill wastewater treatment, Environmental Technology and Innovation, 17, 100509.
22Gurjar, R., Behera, M., Treatment of organic fraction of municipal solid waste in bioelectrochemical systems – A review, 2020, Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (ASCE), 24(3), 04020018.
23Priyanka, K., Behera, M., Neelancherry Remya, 2020, Greywater treatment in sequencing batch reactor using simultaneous nitrification, denitrification and phosphorus removal with kinetic studies of phosphate adsorption onto corn cob, Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (ASCE), 24(3), 04020017.
24Raychaudhuri, Aryama, Behera, M., 2020, Process optimization in microbial fuel cell using design of experiment methodology: A review, Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (ASCE), 24 (3): 04020013.
25Bagchi, S, Behera M., 2020, Evaluating the Effect of the Antibiotic Ampicillin on Performance of a Low-Cost Microbial Fuel Cell”. Journal of Hazardous, Toxic and Radioactive Waste (ASCE), 24 (3), 04020011.
26Bagchi, S., Behera, M., 2020, Performance evaluation of microbial fuel cells employing ceramic separator of different surface area modified with mineral cation exchanger, SN Applied Sciences, 2, 309.
27K., Priyanka, Neelancherry R., Behera, M., 2019. Comparison of titanium dioxide based catalysts preparation methods in the mineralization and nutrients removal from greywater by solar photocatalysis, Journal of Cleaner Production, 235, 1-10
28Bagchi, S., Behera, M., 2019. Methanogenesis suppression in microbial fuel cell by aluminium dosing, Bioelectrochemistry, 129, 206-210.
29Behara, M., Ghangrakar M.M., 2017, Optimization of operating conditions for maximizing power generation and organic matter
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30Behera, M., Jana, P.S., Ghangrekar. M.M., 2010, Performance evaluation of low cost microbial fuel cell fabricated using earthen pot with biotic and abiotic cathode, Bioresource Technology, 101(4), 1183-1189.
31Behera, M., Jana, P.S., More, T.T., Ghangrekar, M.M., 2010., Rice mill wastewater treatment in microbial fuel cells fabricated using proton exchange membrane and earthen pot at different pH, Bioelectrochemistry, 79(2), 228-233.
32More, T.T., Behera, M., Ghangrekar. M.M., 2010, Study of the effect of the cathode surface area and sonication of inoculum on the power production of the microbial fuel cell,
International Journal of Anaerobic Digestion and Renewable Energy, 1(1), 59-64.
33Jana, P.S., Behera, M., Ghangrekar, M.M., 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.
34Ghangrekar, M.M., Murthy, S.S.R., Behera, M., Duteanu, N.M., 2010, Effect of sulfate concentration in the wastewater on microbial fuel cell performance, Environmental Engineering and Management Journal, 9(9), 1227-1234.
35Behera, M., Murthy, S.S.R., Ghangrekar, M.M., 2011, Effect of operating temperature on performance of Microbial fuel cell, Water Science and Technology, 64(4), 917-922.
36Behera, M., Ghangrekar, M.M., 2011, Electricity generation in low cost microbial fuel cell made up of earthenware of different thickness, Water Science and Technology, 64(12), 2468 - 2473.
37Behera, M., Ghangrekar, M.M., 2009, Performance of microbial fuel cell in response to change in sludge loading rate at different anodic feed pH. Bioresource Technology, 100 (21), 5114-5121.