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Biography

Dr. Hui Pan
Louisiana State University Agricultural Center, USA
Assistant Professor
School of Renewable Natural Resources
Louisiana State University, USA
Adjunct Professor


Email: Hpan@agcenter.lsu.edu


Qualifications

2003    Ph.D., Wood Chemistry, Louisiana State University, USA
1999    M.S., Wood Science and Technology
1989    B.S., Wood Engineering, Northeast Forestry University, China

Publications
  1. Eberhardt, T.L., Pan, H. 2012. Elemental analyses of chars obtained from abiomass gasifier fly ash by sieving and washing operations. Fuel. DOI: 10.1016/j.fuel.2012.01.010.
  2. Pan, H., Eberhardt T.L. 2011. Characterization of fly ash from the gasification of wood and assessment for its application as a soil amendment. BioResources 6(4): 3987-4004.
  3. Pan, H., Zheng, Z., and Hse, C.Y. 2011. Microwave-assistant liquefaction of wood with polyhydric alcohols and its application to prepare polyurethane (PU) foams. European Journal of Wood and Wood Products. Published online first. DOI 10.1007/s00107-011-0567-6
  4. Hu, L., Pan, H., Zhou, Y., Zhang, M. 2011. Methods to improve lignin's reactivity as a phenol substitute and as replacement for other phenolic compounds: A brief review, BioResources. 6(3): 3515-3525.
  5. Pan, H., 2011. Synthesis of polymers from organic solvent liquefied biomass: Areview. Renewable & Sustainable Energy Reviews 15: 3454-3463.
  6. Via, B.K., O. Fasina, and Pan. H. 2011. Assessment of biomass density through mid-infrared spectroscopy and multivariate modeling. BioResources. 6(1): 807-822.
  7. Pan, H. 2010. Effects of liquefaction time and temperature on heavy metal removal and distribution in liquefied CCA-treated wood sludge. Chemosphere 80:438-444.
  8. Pan, H., C.Y. Hse, Robert Gambrell, and T.F. Shupe. 2009. Fractionation of heavy metals in liquefied chromated copper arsenate (CCA)-treated wood sludge using a modified BCR- sequential extraction procedure. Chemosphere 77:201-206.
  9. Pan, H., T.F. Shupe, and C.Y. Hse. 2009. Characterization of Novolac Type Liquefied Wood/Phenol/Formaldehyde (LWPF) Resin. Holz als Roh- und Werkstoff. 67 (4): 427-437.
  10. Pan, H., T.F. Shupe, C.Y. Hse. 2008. Synthesis and cure kinetics of liquefied wood/phenol/formaldehyde (LWPF) resins. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 108: 1837-1844.
  11. Hse, C. Y., F. Fu, and H. Pan. 2008. Melamine-modified urea formaldehyde resin for bonding particleboards. Forest Products Journal. 58(4): 56-61.
  12. Pan, H.; T.F. Shupe, C.Y. Hse. 2007. Characterization of Liquefied Wood Residues from Different Liquefaction Conditions. Journal of Applied Polymer Science. 105: 3739-3746.
  13. Eberhardt TL, Pan, H, Groom LH, So C-L. 2011. Characterization and partitioning of the char ash collected after the processing of pine wood chips in a pilot-scale gasification plant. In Proceedings of the International Conference on Woody Biomass Utilization, Starkville, MS, August 4-5, 2009..Edited by J. R. Shelly (Forest Products Society, Madison, WI); pp. 33-38.
  14. Zheng, Z., Pan, H., Huang, Y., Hse, C.Y. 2010. Bio-based rigid polyurethane foam liquefied products of wood in the presence of polyhydric alcohol. Advanced Materials Research. Vols. 168-170, pp1281-1284.
  15. Pan, H., Shupe, T.F., Hse, C.Y. 2009. Evaluation of the accessibility of CCA metals in liquidfied CCA-treasted wood sludge for recovery and reuse. American Wood Protection Association Annual Meeting. 2009. San Antonio, TX. Vol. 105. Pp201-208.
  16. Pan, H., Hse CY and Shupe TF. 2009. Wood Liquefaction and its Application to Novolac Resin. Proceedings of the Advanced Biomass Science and Technology for Bio-Based Products Symposium, Beijing, China, May 23-25, 2007. 39-50.
  17. Pan, H., Hse CY and Shupe TF. 2009. Investigation of Bio-Composites using Novolac Type Liquefied Wood Resin: Effects of Liquefaction and Fabrication Conditions. Proceedings of the Advanced Biomass Science and Technology for Bio-Based Products Symposium, Beijing, China, May 23-25, 2007. 73-81.
  18. Hse, CY, Feng F and Pan, H. 2009. Bond Quality of Phenol-Based Adhesives Containing Liquefied Creosote-Treated Wood. Proceedings of the Advanced Biomass Science and Technology for Bio-Based Products Symposium, Beijing, China, May 23-25, 2007. 87-95.
  19. Pan, H., Hse CY and Shupe TF. 2009. Comparative Study on Liquefaction of Creosote and Chromated Copper Arsenate (CCA)-treated wood and Untreated Southern Pine Wood: Effects of Acid Catalyst Content, Liquefaction Time, Temperature, and Phenol to Wood Ratio. Proceedings of the Advanced Biomass Science and Technology for Bio-Based Products Symposium, Beijing, China, May 23-25, 2007. 102-109.
  20. Pan, H., T.F. Shupe, and C. Y. Hse. 2008. Physical and mechanical properties of bio-composites from wood particles and liquefied wood resin. In: J.R. Shelly, M.E. Puettmann, K.E. Skog, H.-S. Han (eds.). Woody Biomass Utilization Challenges and Opportunities. Forest Products Society. Madison, WI. ISBN-13: 978-1-892529-51-0. pp. 43-46.
  21. Pan, H., T.F. Shupe, C.Y. Hse. 2006. Preliminary Investigation of Bio-Composites Fabricated From Liquefied Wood/Phenol/Formaldehyde Co-Condensation Resin. In: Wood Adhesives 2005, San Diego, CA. ISBN 1-892529-45-9. pp. 257-262.