Dr Leonard Berlouis

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Pure and Applied Chemistry

Publications

Multiscale pore structure analysis of nano titanium dioxide cement mortar composite
Shafaei Davood, Yang Shangtong, Berlouis Leonard, Minto James
Materials Today Communications Vol 22 (2019)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.mtcomm.2019.100779
Characterisation of a 200 kW/400 kWh vanadium redox flow battery
Bryans Declan, Amstutz Véronique, Girault Hubert H, Berlouis Leonard E A
Batteries Vol 4 (2018)
https://doi.org/10.3390/batteries4040054
Novel complexing additives to reduce the immiscible phase formed in the hybrid ZnBr2 flow battery
Bryans Declan, McMillan Brian, Spicer Mark, Wark Alastair, Berlouis Leonard
Journal of the Electrochemical Society Vol 164 (2017)
https://doi.org/10.1149/2.1651713jes
A thermoanalytical , X-ray diffraction and petrographic approach to the forensics assessment of fire-affected concrete in the United Arab Emirates
Alqassim MA, Jones MR, Berlouis LEA, Nic Daied N
Forensic Science International Vol 264, pp. 82-88 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forsciint.2016.03.015
KOtBu : a privileged reagent for electron transfer reactions?
Barham Joshua P, Coulthard Graeme, Emery Katie J, Doni Eswararao, Cumine Florimond, Nocera Giuseppe, John Matthew P, Berlouis Leonard E A, McGuire Thomas, Tuttle Tell, Murphy John A
Journal of the American Chemical Society Vol 138, pp. 7402-7410 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1021/jacs.6b03282
Nondestructive handheld fourier transform infrared (FT-IR) analysis of spectroscopic changes and multivariate modelling of thermally degraded plain Portland cement concrete and its slag and fly ash based analogues
Tang Pik Leung, Algassim Mohammad, Nic Daéid Niamh, Berlouis Leonard, Seelenbinder John
Applied Spectroscopy Vol 70, pp. 923-931 (2016)
https://doi.org/10.1177/0003702816638306

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Professional activities

International Society of Electrochemistry
Invited speaker
19/8/2012
International Flow Battery Forum
Invited speaker
27/6/2012
Electrical Energy Storage Applications and Technologies
Invited speaker
17/10/2011
UK-US Workshop on Flow Batteries
Invited speaker
14/10/2011
Electrochem 2011
Participant
14/9/2011
Electrochem 2011
Invited speaker
13/9/2011

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Projects

KTP - Mersen
Berlouis, Leonard (Principal Investigator) McMillan, Brian (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2018 - 31-Jan-2020
OGIC Downhole Energy
Berlouis, Leonard (Principal Investigator) Cussen, Eddie (Principal Investigator) Green, Todd (Co-investigator) Robertson, Stuart (Co-investigator) Roy, Sudipta (Co-investigator)
08-Jan-2018 - 30-Jan-2020
Integration of 25kW/50kWh Flow Battery in a Scottish Community
Berlouis, Leonard (Principal Investigator) Zafar, Jawwad (Principal Investigator)
02-Jan-2017 - 08-Jan-2017
Deployment of a 25 kW/50kWh zinc-bromine RFB into a local Scottish community with renewable energy
Berlouis, Leonard (Principal Investigator) McMillan, Brian (Co-investigator)
30-Jan-2016 - 31-Jan-2018
The development of Flow Battery systems for wind farm at EU
Zafar, Jawwad (Co-investigator) Berlouis, Leonard (Principal Investigator)
This 3-year project worth £1.7m funded by the Korean government through the Korea Energy Technology Evaluation and Planning (KETEP) institute looks at the development of Redox flow batteries for integration with distributed energy resources such as wind farms. Development of three systems rated at 25 kW/50 kWh, 250 kW/500 kWh and 750 kW/1 MWh is foreseen. The 25 kW/50 kWh system is already being tested at PNDC, as of March 2016, as part of phase-1 of the project. The higher rated systems will be deployed alongside wind energy conversion systems in phase-2 and phase-3.
01-Jan-2015 - 31-Jan-2018
Stability of electrode coatings in the alkaline electrolyser
Infield, David (Principal Investigator) Berlouis, Leonard (Principal Investigator)
The evaluation of specially designed porous nickel electrodes for use in alkaline electrolyers under variable power inputs.
03-Jan-2012

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