Book Chapter

  1. Nambi. I. M., Somasundarm P, Partha P, and Albino J, “Microbially Derived Surfactants Sources Design and Structure-Property Relationships” A chapter in the book titled “Surfactant-science and technology: retrospects and prospects” Taylor and Francis publication 2012 (In Press)
  2. Nambi. I. M., Chapter on Irrigation in book titled “Measure of Impact of Science and Technology in India – Agriculture and Rural Development” published by MSSRF and Office of Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, 2007
  3. Nambi. I. M., Chapter on Rural Drinking water Supply in book titled “Measure of Impact of Science and Technology in India – Agriculture and Rural Development”, published by MSSRF and Office of Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India, 2007.
  4. Nambi. I. M., Chapter on Water Quality of India in the book titled, “Atlas of the Sustainability of Food Security”, M.S. Swaminathan Research Foundation (MSSRF) and World Food Programme, 2005.
  5. Nambi. I. M., R. Rukmani V. Senthilkumar, Nalapathy Thenmathi, “Measures of Impact of Science and Technology in India – Agriculture and Rural Development”, Technical Report Number: PSA/2007/2, Affiliation: M. S. Swaminathan Research Foundation Centre for Research on Sustainable Agricultural and Rural Development, Office of the Principal Scientific Adviser to the Government of India Jan 2007
  6. Nambi. I. M., Ponisseril Somasundaran, Partha Patra, John Albino Dominic, Chapter: 1 Microbially Derived Biosurfactants: Sources, Design and Structure-Property Relationships Chapter 2 In book: Surfactant Science and Technology: Retrospects and Prospects, Publisher: CRC Press Taylor & Francis Group, Editors: Laurence S. Romsted, pp.593

Journal Publications

  1. AmbikaSelvaraj, Nambi, I. M., Optimized synthesis of Methanol-Assisted nZVI for Assessing Reactivity using Systematic Chemical Speciation Approach at neutral and alkaline conditions, Journal of Water process Engineering, Elsevier (status – under review)
  2. AmbikaSelvaraj, Nambi, I. M., A Study on Chemical Speciation in Granular and Micro ZVI Mediated Cr(VI) Removal, Environmental Technology, Taylor and Francis (status – submitted) IF – 1.56
  3. AmbikaSelvaraj, Nambi, I. M., Synchronized heavy metal and organic compound removal using advanced Fenton process, Water Research, Elsevier (status -submitted) IF – 5.528
  4. Gangadharan, P., Nambi, I. M., &Senthilnathan, J. (2016).Heterocyclic Aminopyrazine-reduced graphene oxide coated carbon cloth electrode as an active bio-electrocatalyst for extracellular electron transfer in microbial fuel cell. RSC Advances. (under review)
  5. AmbikaSelvaraj, Nambi, I. M., SenthilnathanJeganathan (2016), Low temperature synthesis of CMC-Fe2+(-nZVI) hybrid for environmental applications, Chemical Engineering Journal, Chemical Engineering Journal, Volume 289, 1 April 2016, Pages 544-553. IF – 4.321
  6. Ansaf V Karim, AmbikaSelvaraj, Nambi, I. M. (2016),Performance Enhancement of Zero Valent Iron Based Systems Using Depassivators: Optimization and Kinetic Mechanisms, Water Research,Elsevier IF – 5.528
  7. AmbikaSelvaraj, Nambi, I. M., Devasena Sridhar (2016),Synthesis, Characterization and Performance of High Energy Ball Milled Meso-Scale Zero Valent Iron in Fenton Reaction, Journal of Environmental Management, Elsevier IF – 2.522
  8. Vasudevan, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Nambi, I. M. (2016). Scenario-based modeling of mass transfer mechanisms at a petroleum contaminated field site-numerical implications. J. Env. Manage. 175, 9-19. DOI:10.1016/j.jenvman.2016.03.009. ISSN: 0301-4797.
  9. Omkar Gaonkar., G. Suresh Kumar., and I. M. Nambi. (2016). “Numerical Modelling on Fate and Transport of Coupled Adsorption and Biodegradation of Pesticides in an Unsaturated Porous Medium” (DOI: 10.1080/09715010.2016.1166073) ISH Journal of Hydraulic Engineering (Taylor and Francis Publications). Impact Factor- 0.111
  10. Mekala, C and Nambi, I.M (2016) “Transport of ammonium and nitrate in saturated porous media incorporating physio biotransformations and bioclogging ”, Bioremediation Journal, 20, No. 2, 117–132.
  11. Berlin M, Nambi, I. M., and Suresh Kumar G (2015). “Experimental and Numerical Investigation on Nitrogen Species Transport in Unsaturated Soil during Various Irrigation Patterns”. Sadhana, 40(8), 2429-2455.
  12. Berlin M,Vasudevan M, Suresh Kumar G,and Nambi, I. M. (2015). “Numerical Modeling on Fate and Transport of Petroleum Hydrocarbons in an Unsaturated Sub-surface System for Varying Source Scenario”. Journal of Earth System Science, 124: 655-674.
  13. Berlin M, Suresh Kumar G,and Nambi, I. M. (2015). “Numerical modeling of biological clogging on transport of nitrate in an unsaturated porous media”. Environmental Earth Sciences, 73(7): 3285-3298.
  14. Devasena M and Nambi, I.M (2015) Pore Scale Investigations on Residual Mercury. Journal of Porous Media, 18 (12): 1221–1229.
  15. Vasudevan, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Nambi, I.M. (2015). Numerical modeling on rate limited dissolution mass transfer of entrapped petroleum hydrocarbons in a saturated sub-surface system. ISH J. Hydrau. Engg. 22(1), 3-15. DOI:10.1080/09715010.2015.1043596. ISSN: 2164-3040.
  16. Berlin, M., Vasudevan, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Nambi, I.M. (2015). Numerical modelling on fate and transport of petroleum hydrocarbons in an unsaturated sub-surface system for varying source scenario. J. Earth Sys. Sci.124 (3), 655-674. DOI: 10.1007/s12040-015-0562-0. ISSN: 0973-774X.
  17. Gangadharan, P., Nambi, I.M., 2015.Hexavalent chromium reduction and energy recovery by using dual-chambered microbial fuel cell. Water Sci. Technol. 71, 353. doi:10.2166/wst.2014.524
  18. Gangadharan, P., Nambi, I. M., &Senthilnathan, J. (2015). Liquid crystal polaroid glass electrode from e-waste for synchronized removal/recovery of Cr+ 6 from wastewater by microbial fuel cell. Bioresource technology, 195, 96-101.
  19. Berlin M, Suresh Kumar G, and Indumathi M Nambi(2014). “Numerical modeling on transport of nitrogen from wastewater and fertilizer applied on paddy fields”. Ecological Modeling, 278: 85-99.
  20. Berlin M, Suresh Kumar G, and Indumathi M Nambi(2014). “Numerical modeling on the effect of dissolved oxygen on nitrogen transformation and transport in unsaturated porous system”. Environmental Modeling and Assessment, 19(4): 283-299.
  21. Vasudevan, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Nambi, I.M. (2014). Numerical study on kinetic/equilibrium behavior of dissolution of toluene under variable subsurface conditions. Euro. J. Environ. Civil Engg. 18(9): 1070-1093. DOI: 10.1080/19648189.2014.922902. ISSN: 2116-7214.
  22. Vasudevan, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Nambi, I.M. (2014). Numerical modeling of multicomponent LNAPL dissolution kinetics at residual saturation in a saturated subsurface system. Sadhana, 39(Part 6).1387-1408. DOI: 10.1007/s12046-014-0282-1. ISSN: 0973-7677.
  23. Vasudevan, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Nambi, I.M. (2014). Numerical studies on kinetics of sorption and dissolution and their interactions for estimating mass removal of toluene from entrapped soil pores. Arab. J. Geosci. 8 (9), 6895-6910. DOI: 10.1007/s12517-014-1681-7. ISSN: 1866-7511.
  24. Berlin M, Suresh Kumar G, and Indumathi M Nambi(2013). “Numerical modeling on the fate and transport of nitrate in an unsaturated system under non-isothermal conditions”. European Journal of Environmental and Civil Engineering, 17(5): 350-373.
  25. Devasena M and Nambi, I.M (2013) In Situ Stabilization of Entrapped Elemental Mercury. Journal of Environmental Management, 130, 185-191.
  26. Berlin, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Indumathi M Nambi. (2013). “Numerical Modeling of the Effect of Immobile Water Content on Nitrate Transport in an Unsaturated Porous System”.CiiT International Journal of Data Mining Knowledge Engineering, Vol. 5(4), pp. 144-150.
  27. Vasudevan, M., Suresh Kumar, G., and Nambi, I.M. (2012). Effect of rate limited dissolution and sorption on concentration tailing of multi-component petroleum hydrocarbons from residual sources. Int. J. Earth Sci. Engg. 6: 1750-1756. ISSN: 0974-5904.
  28. Pavithra Prakash and I.M. Nambi(2012), “Dissolution and Contaminant transport in Aquifers with Spatially and Temporally Variable Hydraulic Properties”, Special Topics and Reviews in Porous Media – An International Scopus indexed Journal ISSN: 2151- 4798. Review completed.
  29. Pavithra M and Nambi, I.M. (2012) “NAPL contamination in soil and groundwater” International Journal of Emerging trends in Engineering and Development vol 2(2) ISSN No. 2249-6249
  30. Vasudevan, M., I. M. Nambi., and G. Suresh Kumar. (2011) “Application of QUAL2K for Asessing Waste Loading Scenario in River Yamuna” International Journal of Advanced Engineering Technology (E-ISSN: 0976-3945), vol. 2(2), pp. 336-344.
  31. Devasena, M and Nambi, I. M (2010)Migration and Entrapment of Elemental Mercury in Porous Media. Journal of Contaminant Hydrology,117, 60-70.
  32. Albino, D.J. and I.M. Nambi(2010) Partial characterization of biosurfactant produced under anaerobic conditions byPseudomonas sp ANBIOSURF-1. Advanced Materials Research,93 – 94, 623-626.
  33. Albino, D.J. and I.M.Nambi (2009) Effect of biosurfactants on the aqueous solubility of PCE and TCE. Journal of environmental science and health: Part A, 44(14), 1565 – 1573.
  34. Pavitra M and Indumathi M Nambi. (2008) “NAPL dissolution in heterogeneous porous media”, Journal of Environmental Research and Development, 3(2): 380-387
  35. Shihabudheen M Maliyekkal, Sanjay Shukla, Ligy Philip andIndumathi M Nambi.(2007) “Enhanced Fluoride Removal from Drinking Water by Magnesia amended Activated Alumina Granules”, Chemical Engineering Journal, Vol.140, 183 DOI 10.1016/j.cej.2007.09.049
  36. Nambi, I.M., Werth, C.J. and Sanford, R.A. (2003) “Investigation of Anaerobic Microbial Growth at the Pore scale using Silicon Micromodels-their response to nutrient mixing and changing nutrient concentrations,” Environmental Science and Technology Journal, 37: 5617-5624
  37. Nambi, I.M. and Powers, S.E. (2003) “A New Mass Transfer correlation for a heterogeneous system with randomly varying permeability distributions”, Journal of Water Resources Research, 39(2): 1030, doi:1029/2001WR000667, 2003
  38. Nambi, I.M., Werth, C.J. & Sanford, R.A. (2003), “A pore-scale investigation of anaerobic dechlorinating bacteria growth”, ACS, Division of Environmental Chemistry – Preprints of Extended Abstracts, pp. 493.
  39. Nambi, I.M. and Powers, S.E. (2000) “NAPL Dissolution in Heterogeneous Systems: An Experimental Study in a Simplified Heterogeneous System”, Journal of Contam. Hydrol., 44(20): 161-184
  40. Powers, S.E, Nambi, I.M., and Curry, G.W. Jr. (1998) “NAPL Dissolution in Heterogeneous Systems: Mechanisms and a Local Equilibrium Modeling Approach”, Journal of Water Resources Research, 34(12): 3293-3302
  41. Nambi, I.M. and S.E. Powers. (1998) “Simplified Lab-Scale Experiments to Quantify DNAPL Dissolution in Heterogeneous Systems”, In: Nonaqueous Phase Liquids – Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds, G.B. Wickramanayake and R.E. Hinchee (eds.) Battelle Press, Columbus, 49-54.
  42. Manivannan&Nambi, I., S.E. Powers and G.W. Curry, Jr. (1996) “Dissolution of NAPLs entrapped in heterogeneous systems”, In:NAPLs in the Subsurface Environment: Assessment and Remediation, L.N.Reddi (ed.) ASCE, New York, NY, 563-574