Publications: Cheng, Liang
Quek, S-B, Cheng, L. and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2015) In-line deoxygenation for organic carbon detections in seawater using a marine microbial fuel cell-biosensor. Bioresource Technology, 182 . pp. 34-40.
Cheng, L., Shahin, M.A. and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2014) Bio-cementation of sandy soil using microbially induced carbonate precipitation for marine environments. Géotechnique, 64 (12). pp. 1010-1013.
Quek, S-B, Cheng, L. and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2014) Detection of low concentration of assimilable organic carbon in seawater prior to reverse osmosis membrane using microbial electrolysis cell biosensor. Desalination and Water Treatment, In Press .
Cheng, L., Quek, S-B and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2014) Hexacyanoferrate-adapted biofilm enables the development of a microbial fuel cell biosensor to detect trace levels of assimilable organic carbon (AOC) in oxygenated seawater. Biotechnology and Bioengineering, 111 (12). pp. 2412-2420.
Cheng, L. and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2014) Upscaling effects of soil improvement by microbially induced calcite precipitation by surface percolation. Geomicrobiology Journal, 31 (5). pp. 396-406.
Cheng, L., Cord-Ruwisch, R. and Shahin, M. A. (2013) Cementation of sand soil by microbially induced calcite precipitation at various degrees of saturation. Canadian Geotechnical Journal, 50 (1). pp. 81-90.
Charles, W., Ng, B., Cord-Ruwisch, R., Cheng, L., Ho, G. and Kayaalp, A. (2013) Enhancement of waste activated sludge anaerobic digestion by a novel chemical free acid/alkaline pretreatment using electrolysis. Water Science & Technology, 67 (12). p. 2827.
Cheng, L. and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2013) Selective enrichment and production of highly urease active bacteria by non-sterile (open) chemostat culture. Journal of Industrial Microbiology & Biotechnology, 40 (10). pp. 1095-1104.
Cheng, L. and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2012) In situ soil cementation with ureolytic bacteria by surface percolation. Ecological Engineering, 42 . pp. 64-72.
Qian, C., Wang, R., Cheng, L. and Wang, J. (2010) Theory of microbial carbonate precipitation and its application in restoration of cement-based materials defects. Chinese Journal of Chemistry, 28 (5). pp. 847-857.
Li, L., Qian, C., Cheng, L. and Wang, R. (2010) A laboratory investigation of microbe-inducing CdCO3 precipitate treatment in Cd2+ contaminated soil. Journal of Soils and Sediments, 10 (2). pp. 248-254.
Chunxiang, Q., Jianyun, W., Ruixing, W. and Cheng, L. (2009) Corrosion protection of cement-based building materials by surface deposition of CaCO3 by Bacillus pasteurii. Materials Science and Engineering: C, 29 (4). pp. 1273-1280.
Cheng, L., Qian, C., Wang, R. and Wang, J. (2008) Bioremediation process of Cd2+ removal from soil by bacteria a biomineralization. Kuei Suan Jen Hsueh Pao/Journal of the Chinese Ceramic Society, 36 (SUPPL). pp. 215-221.
Wang, R., Qian, C., Wang, J. and Cheng, L. (2008) Different treated methods of microbiologically deposited caco3 layer on hardened cement paste surface. Kuei Suan Jen Hsueh Pao/Journal of the Chinese Ceramic Society, 36 (10). pp. 1378-1384.
Cheng, L., Qian, C., Wang, R. and WAng, J. (2007) Study on the mechanism of calcium carbonate formation induced by carbonate-mineralization microbe. Acta Chimica Sinica, 65 (19). pp. 2133-2138.
Cheng, L., Shahin, M.A., Cord-Ruwisch, R., Addis, M., Haranto, T. and Elms, C. (2014) Soil stabilisation by microbial induced calcium carbonate precipitation: investigation of some important physical and environmental aspects. In: 7th International Congress on Environmental Geotechnics, 10 - 14 November, Melbourne, Australia
Dekuyer, A., Cheng, L., Shahin, M. A. and Cord-Ruwisch, R. (2012) Calcium carbonate induced precipitation for soil improvement by urea hydrolysing bacteria. In: Choi, Chang-Koon (ed), The 2012 World Congress on Advances in Civil, Environmental, and Materials Research COEX (ACEM'12), Seoul, South Korea, Aug 26-30, pp. 2785-2793 pp. 2785-2793.
Charles, W., Cord-Ruwisch, R., Ng, B., Cheng, L., Ho, G. and Kayaalp, A. (2012) Enhancement of waste activated sludge anaerobic digestion by a novel, chemical-free acid/alkaline pretreatment using electrolysis. In: IWA World Water Congress & Exhibition, 16 - 21 September, Busan.
Cheng, Liang (2012) Innovative ground enhancement by improved microbially induced CaCO3 precipitation technology. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.