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The Gray Water Unit 
gray water it.s the water result from personal used 
R@D Tech Center designed and instituted unit collected gray water and treatment it to used in irrigation of parks and bath rooms 



[1] "Applications of Magnetized Water: Towards a Magical Water Effect" ISBN: 978-3-8484-8221
[2] "Performing Enzymatic Reactions Using Novel Polymer-Bound ATP" ISBN: 978-3-8443-0980-5
[3] Therapeutic Compounds from Plants Using Subcritical Water Technology ISBN: 978-0-12-809380-1
[4] "Waste Refinery by Sub-Critical Water" -New conversion technology of wastes into resources and new energy- Synthesis of biodegradable Plastics Using the Sub-critical water Technology ISBN978-4-88231-976-4 C3043, CMC Book, High Technology Information series, Japan
[5] Grey Water Recycling Options & Technologies " ISBN: 978-3-8473-1246-8

Journal Papers

[1] Wael Abdelmoez, M. Yasuda, H. Ogino, K. Ishimi, and H.Ishikawa “Synthesis of New Polymer-bound Adenine Nucleotides Using Starburst PAMAM Dendrimers ", Biotechnol. Prog. Jul-Aug; 18(4): 706-712, (2002)
[2] Wael Abdelmoez, H. Yoshida. Synthesis of a Novel Protein-Based Biodegradable Plastic from the BSA using the Sub-critical Water Technology. AIChE J,Vol 52(7) 2607-2616(2006).
[3] Wael Abdelmoez, H. Yoshida. Modeling and Simulation of Fast Reactions in Batch Reactors under Sub-critical Water Condition. AIChE J. Vol 52(10) 2607–2617(2006).
[4] Wael Abdelmoez, H. Yoshida. Amino Acids Transformation and Decomposition under the Saturated Sub-critical Water Condition. Ind.Eng. Chem. Res., Vol 46, 5286-5294. (2007).
[5] Wael Abdelmoez, H. Yoshida,Tomomi Nakahasi. Pathways of Amino Acid Transformation and Decomposition in Saturated Subcritical Water Conditions. International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, Vol (8), A107,(2010).
[6] Wael Abdelmoez, M. Abdelhamied, H. Yoshida Extraction of Jojoba Oil Using Subcritical Water Technology, Recent Patent in Chem. Eng. J. Vol. 63-70 (8), (2012).
[7] Yasser R. Tawficand Wael Abdelmoez. The Influence of “Water Magnetization” On Fresh and Hardened Concrete Properties. Vol. 4, Issue 6, November, pp. 31-43 (2013).
[8] Mohamed S. Mahmoud, Taha E. Farrag, Wael Abdelmoez, Experimental and theoretical model for water desalination by humidification-dehumidification (HDH),Procedia Environmental science , 17, 503-512 (2013).
[9] Wael Abdelmoez, Mohamed S. Mahmoud, Taha E. Farrag, Water Desalination Using Humidification-Dehumidification (HDH) Technique Powered by Solar Energy: A Detailed Review, Desalination and Water Treatment, Vol. 51 pp 1-19(2013).
[10] Wael Abdelmoez, Nasser A. M. Barakat, Asmaa Moaz, Treatment of Wastewater Contaminated with Detergents and Mineral Oils Using Effective and Scalable Technology, Water Science & Technology Vol. 68 No 5 pp 974–981 (2013).
[11] Wael Abdelmoez, Soah M Nage, Ali Bastawess, Ahmed Ihab, Hiroke Yoshida, Subcritical water technology for wheat straw hydrolysis to produce value added products, Journal of Cleaner Production, Vol.70 , Page 68-77 (2014)
[12] Wael Abdelmoez, Water desalination using humidification/dehumidification (HDH) technique powered by solar energy: a detailed review, Desalination and Water Treatment, Vol.52 , Page 4622-4640 (2014)
[13] Wael Abdelmoez, Eman Ashour, Shahenaz M Naguib, A Review on Green Trend for Oil Extraction Using Subcritical Water Technology and Biodiesel Production, Journal of oleo science, Vol.64 , Page 467-478 (2015)
[14] Wael Abdelmoez, Gehan MK Tolba, Nasser AM Barakat, AM Bastaweesy, EA Ashour, Mohamed H El-Newehy, Salem S Al-Deyab, Hak Yong Kim, Effective and highly recyclable nanosilica produced from the rice husk for effective removal of organic dyes, Journal of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, Vol. 29 , Page 134-145 (2015)
[15] Wael Abdelmoez, Aghareed M Tayeb, Ahmad Mustafa, Mohamed Abdelhamid, Green approach for biodiesel production from jojoba oil supported by process modeling and simulation, International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering, Vol. 14, Page 185-193 (2016)
[16] Wael Abdelmoez, Gehan MK Tolba, AM Bastaweesy, EA Ashour, Khalil Abdelrazek Khalil, Nasser AM Barakat, Effective and highly recyclable ceramic membrane based on amorphous nanosilica for dye removal from the aqueous solutions, Arabian Journal of Chemistry, Vol.9, Page 287-296 (2016)


[1] Award: 2008-Excellency performance award, from the faculty of Engineering, Elminia University, Egypt.
[2] Award: 2003-2006 Postdoctoral fellowship, Osaka Prefecture University COE project
[3] Award: 2013-Intensive award in life science from the University of Minia University