Daria Boglaienko

Postdoctoral Associate

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Daria Boglaienko, Postdoctoral Associate

Daria Boglaienko, Postdoctoral Associate

Daria Boglaienko is a postdoctoral associate at the Applied Research Center. She works on a project related to recovery of technetium from Hanford’s low activity waste off-gas condensate.

Daria received her PhD in environmental engineering and MS in environmental studies from Florida International University with outstanding academic achievement awards for both degrees. She also holds MS in ecology and environmental protection, and BS in ecology from National Technical University in Ukraine. Her previous research experience had interdisciplinary character and encompassed biogas production and anaerobic digestion processes; gas stream neutralization from organic contaminants; cover crop study with soil analyses and microbiology; and oil spills capture method development using natural granular materials.

Publications:

Boglaienko, D. and Tansel, B. (2017). Submergence patterns of floating crude oil by granular particles. Chemical Engineering Journal 314: 548-553.

Boglaienko, D. and Tansel, B. (2017). Wicking of light hydrophobic liquid phase from water by pulverized rubber: theoretical and experimental analyses. Journal of Hazardous Materials 325: 189-197.

Boglaienko, D. and Tansel, B. (2017). Preferential positioning and phase exposure of granular particles at hydrophobic liquid-water interface. Journal of Cleaner Production 142: 2629-2636.

Tansel, B. and Boglaienko, D. (2017). Self assembly, mobilization, and flotation of crude oil contaminated sand particles as granular shells on gas bubbles in water. Science of The Total Environment 574: 437-442.

Boglaienko, D. and Tansel, B. (2016). Partitioning of fresh crude oil between floating, dispersed and sediment phases: Effect of exposure order to dispersant and granular materials. Journal of Environmental Management 175: 40-45.

Boglaienko, D. and Tansel, B. (2016). Gravity induced densification of floating crude oil by granular materials: effect of particle size and surface morphology. Science of The Total Environment 556: 146-153.

Boglaienko, D. and Tansel, B. (2016). Encapsulation of light hydrophobic liquids with fine quartz sand: property based characterization and stability in aqueous media with different salinities. Chemical Engineering Science 145: 90-96.

Boglaienko, D., Tansel, B. and Sukop, M. C. (2016). Granular encapsulation of light hydrophobic liquids (LHL) in LHL-salt water systems: particle induced densification with quartz sand. Chemosphere 144: 1358-1364.

Boglaienko, D. and Tansel, B. (2015). Instantaneous stabilization of floating crude oils by surface application of natural granular materials (beach sand and limestone). Marine Pollution Bulletin 91(1): 107-112.

Boglaienko, D., Soti, P., Shetty, K.G., and Jayachandran, K. (2014). Buckwheat as a cover crop in Florida: mycorrhizal status and soil analysis. Agroecology and Sustainable Food Systems, 38 (9): 1033-1046.

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