Selected Referred Journal Publications

  1. H. Chen*, S. Chang, 2017. Impact of temperatures on microbial community structures of sewage sludge biological hydrolysis. Bioresource Technology, 245 (A) 502-510. 
  2. H. Ding*, S. Chang, Y. Liu,* 2017. Biological hydrolysis pretreatment on secondary sludge: enhancement of anaerobic digestion and mechanism study. Bioresource Technology, 244(1), 989-995.
  3. Q. Guo*, S. Chang, Tetra-detector size exclusion chromatography characterization of molecular and solution properties of soluble microbial polysaccharides from an anaerobic membrane bioreactor, Front. Environ. Sci. Eng. 2017, 11(2): 16-26.
  4. P. Roy, A. Dutta, S. Chang, 2016. Development and evaluation of a functional bioreactor for CO2 fermentation into ethanol. Bioresources and Bioprocessing. 3(4): 2-8.
  5. H. Chen*, S. Chang, Q. Guo, Y. Hong, P. Wu. 2016. Brewery wastewater treatment using an anaerobic membrane bioreactor. Biochemical Engineering Journal. 105: 321-331.
  6. K. Lam, R. Zytner, S. Chang. 2015. Treatment of high strength vegetable processing wastewater with a sequencing batch reactor. Journal of Agriculture Engineering. 2(1): 30-38.
  7. Y. Liu, S. Chang, F. M. Defersha. 2015 Characterisation of proton binding sites of extracellular polymeric substances in an anaerobic membrane bioreactor. Water Research. 78: 133-143.
  8. S. Jamal, S. Chang, H. Zhou, 2014. Filtration behaviour and fouling mechanisms of polysaccharides. Membranes. 4(3): 319-332.
  9. S. Chang, S. Jamal, H. Chen, H. Zhou, Y.  Hong. 2014. A novel approach to analysing concentration polarization of polysaccharide solutions. Water Science & Technology. 69(6): 1344-1348.
  10. D. Hufnagel*, S. Chang, Y. Hong, P. Wu, R. Zytner, 2014. Anaerobic membrane bioreactor for high strength wastewater treatment: batch and continuous operation comparison. Journal of Water Reuse and Desalination. 5(2): 1-9.
  11. S. Chang, 2011. Application of submerged hollow fibre membrane in membrane bioreactors: filtration principles, operation, and membrane fouling. Desalination. 283: 31-39.
  12. X. M. Wang, S. Chang, P. Kovalsky, T. D. Waite, 2008. Multiphase flow models in quantifying constant pressure dead-end filtration and subsequent cake compression. 1. Dilute slurry filtration, Journal of Membrane Science, 308 (1-2), 35-43.
  13. G. Genkin, T. D. Waite, A. G. Fane, S. Chang, 2006, The effect of vibration and coagulant addition on the filtration performance of submerged hollow fiber membranes, Journal of Membrane Science, 281 (1-2), 726-734.
  14. S. Chang, A. G. Fane, T. D. Waite, 2006, Analysis of constant permeate flow filtration using dead-end hollow fibre membranes, Journal of Membrane Science, 268 (2) 132-141.
  15. S. Chang, T. D. Waite,  A. G. Fane, 2005, A simplified model for trace organics removal by continuous flow PAC adsorption/submerged membrane processes, Journal of Membrane Science, 146 (1-3), 381 -386.
  16. S. Chang, T. D. Waite, P. E. A., Ong, A. Schfer, A. G. Fane, 2004, Assessment of trace estrogenic contaminants removal by coagulant addition, PAC adsorption and PAC/MF Processes, Journal of Environmental Engineering, 130(7), 736-742.
  17. Z. F. Cui, S. Chang, A.G. Fane, 2003, Review: The use of gas bubbling to enhance membrane processes, J. Memb. Sci., 221, 1-35.
  18. A. G. Fane, S. Chang, 2002, Membrane bioreactors: Design and operational options, Filtration + Separation, 39 (5) 26-29.
  19. S. Chang, A. G. Fane, S. Vigneswaran, 2002, Modelling and optimizing submerged hollow fiber membrane modules. AIChE. Journal, 48(10), 2203-2212.
  20. S. Chang, A. G. Fane, S. Vigneswaran, 2002, Experimental assessment of filtration of biomass with transverse and axial fibres.  Chemical Engineering Journal, 87(1), 121-127.
  21. S. Chang, A. G. Fane, 2001, The effect of fibre diameter on filtration and flux distribution - relevance to submerged hollow fibre modules. Journal of Membrane Science, 184(2), 221-231.


Selected Book Chapters

  1. Chang S, Fane A.G. (2015). Techniques to enhance performance of liquid-phase membrane processes by improved control of concentration polarization. Pabby A K, Rizvi S S H, Requrena A M S. Handbook of Membrane Separations; Chemical, Pharmaceutical and Biotechnological


Selected Refereed Conference Publications

  1. R. Chen and S. Chang, Suspended or Granular Sludge? A comparison on two anaerobic MBR pilot performance, WEFTEC, 2017, 30 September-04 Oct 2017, Chicago, United States.
  2. B. Mehari, S. Chang, J. Filer, H. Ding, Y. Hong, Temperature Phased Biological Hydrolysis to Enhance Energy Recovery from Combined Wastewater Sludge, WEFTEC, 2017, 30 September-04 Oct 2017, Chicago, United States.
  3. Y. Hong, A. Alex, K. Waldner, J. Cumin, R. Chen, S.heng Cheng, Design Considerations for Full Scale Hollow Fiber AnMBR By Means of BMP Testing, WEFTEC, 2017, 30 September-04 Oct 2017, Chicago, United States.
  4. H. Ding H, Y. Hong, Y. Liu, S. Chang, 2016. Understanding and optimization of the plug flow biological hydrolysis for sludge digestion. WEFTEC, 24-28 September 2016, New Orleans, United States.
  5. S. Chang, H. Chen, Y. Liu, Q. Guo Q. 2016. Anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) for wastewater treatment and energy recover. The 5th IWA-RMTC Conference, 22-24, August 2016, Kunming, China
  6. Chen R*, Chang S, Hong Y, Wu P. (2015). Brewery wastewater treatment by anaerobic membrane bioreactor. Canadian Society of Environmental Engineers Annual Conference, May, 2015, Regina, Canada.
  7. A. Moore, R. Zytner, S. Chang. 2015. Reduction of high bodand nutrient loading in fruit and vegetable wastewater with membrane bioreactor. AWWA Membrane Technology Conference Proceedings. AWWA Membrane Technology Conference, May 2015, Orlando, United States
  8. R. Chen, S. Chan, Y. Hong, M. Dagnew, P.  Wu. Optimization of anaerobic membrane bioreactor operation for brewery wastewater treatment. Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation. WEFTEC, September 2015, Chicago, United States
  9. R. Chen, S. Chang, Y. Hong, M. Dagnew, P. Wu, 2014, Application of anaerobic membrane bioreactor for brewery wastewater treatment, WEFTEC. September 27 to October 1 2014, New Orleans, Louisiana.