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Dharamashi Rabari, Ph.D.

Argosy Assistant Professor Dharamashi Rabari stands in front of "The Olin Effect" signage

Argosy Assistant Professor

MH 253


Ph.D., Chemical Engineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati, 2015
M.Tech., Chemical Engineering, Nirma University, 2008
B.E., Chemical Engineering, Gujarat University, 2005


Ionic Liquid Applications
Process Simulation
Molecular Simulation
Process Optimization


Dr. Rabari is an Assistant Professor at Ahmedabad University (India). He taught the courses on Thermodynamics, Computer Programming, Optimization Methods and Process Simulation over the total eight years of academic experience. His research focuses on the application of molecular/process simulation in separation and catalysis. He is using Ionic Liquids as green solvent for butanol extraction from aqueous solution.

Select Publications

Book: Phase Equilibria in Ionic Liquid Facilitated Liquid-liquid Extractions”, Anand Bharti, Debashish Kundu, Dharamashi Rabari, Tamal Banerjee, CRC Press, March 17, 2017
Dharamashi Rabari, Tamal Banerjee. "Biobutanol and n-propanol Recovery using a low density phosphonium based Ionic liquid at T=298.15 K and p=1 atm", Fluid Phase Equilibria 355 (2013), 1st July 2013.
C.V. Manohar, Dharamashi Rabari, A. Ananth Praveen Kumar, Tamal Banerjee, Kaustubha Mohanty, “Liquid–liquid equilibria studies on ammonium and phosphonium based ionic liquid–aromatic–aliphatic component at T = 298.15 K and p = 1 bar: Correlations and a-priori predictions”, Fluid Phase Equilibria 360 (2013), 11th October 2013.
Dharamashi Rabari, Nikunj Patel, Milind Joshipura, Tamal Banerjee, “Densities of Six Commercial Ionic Liquids: Experiments and Prediction Using a Cohesion Based Cubic Equation of State”, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data 59 (2014), 18th February 2014.