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Achmad Rochliadi, Ph.D

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Achmad Rochliadi, Ph.D 

Division of Inorganic and Physical Chemistry
Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Institut Teknologi Bandung

Chemistry Building, Room 130B
Jl. Ganesha no.10 Bandung 40132, Indonesia
Ph. (+62) 22 2502103 ext 130
Email: achmad@chem.itb.ac.id

 

Education

  1. B.Sc., Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, 1991
  2. M.Si., Institut Teknologi Bandung, Indonesia, 1996
  3. Ph.D, Curtin University of Technology, Australia, 2003

 

Career Profile

  1. Lecturer, Universitas Jend. Achmad Yani Bandung, UNJANI, 1997-1999
  2. Lecturer, Institut Teknologi Telkom Bandung, ITT, 1997-1999
  3. Lecturer, Universitas Langlangbuana Bandung, UNLA, 1997-1999
  4. Coordinator Assistant, Physical Laboratory, ITB, 1992-1998
  5. Coordinator Assistant, Radiochemical Laboratory, ITB, 1994-1998
  6. Residential Assistant, Vickery House, Curtin University Student Housing Services, Australia, 2000-2001
  7. Assistant/Tutor, First Year Laboratory, Curtin University of Technology, Australia, 2000-2002
  8. Assistant/Tutor, Physical Chemistry Laboratory, Curtin University of Technology, Australia, 2000-2002
  9. Lecturer, Dept. of Chemistry, ITB, 1992-currently active

 

Research Interest

Electrochemistry, Corrosion

Application of electrochemistry to a variety of problems in mineral chemistry, energy, energy storage, fuel cell, and corrosion.

Lead/Acid Batteries, Fuel Cell

This research seeks to find an innovative solution to the problem of rapid decline in discharge capacity – due to the passivation of lead plates free lead/acid batteries subjected to deep discharge duty. Seek new methods to improve a fuel cell performance. The project explores the relationship between the chemical physics of plates and the rate of premature capacity loss in maintenance-free lead/acid batteries.

 

Selected Publications:

  1. De Marco, R., Rochliadi, A., Jones, J., Extending The Life of Maintenance-Free Lead/Acid Batteries by Etching of Grids in Sodium Hydroxide, Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 31, 2001, 953-959
  2. Rochliadi, A., De Marco, R., Synergistic Effects of Novel Battery Manufacturing Processes for Lead-Acid Batteries. Part I: Charge/Discharge Cycling of Batteries, Journal of Applied Electrochemistry 32, 2002, 1039-1042
  3. Rochliadi, A., De Marco, R., Synergistic Effects of Novel Battery Manufacturing Processes for Lead/Acid Batteries, Proceedings of International Conference in Lead Acid Batteries/LABAT’02, Grand Hotel Varna, Varna, Bulgaria, 2002
  4. Rochliadi, A., De Marco, R. & Lowe, A., 2004, “Synergistic Effects of Novel Battery Manufacturing Processes for Lead/Acid Battery. Part II: Mechanistics Studies Studies Batteries”, Journal of Applied Electrochemistry, vol. 34, pp. 263-270
  5. Rochliadi, A., Rahmah, R. & Wahyudi, B.A., “Pengaruh Temperatur dan Inhibisi oleh Natrium Nitrit dan Natrium Asetat terhadap Laju Korosi Spesimen Baja Karbon ASTM 106 GR B dari Pipa Minyak Unocal Indonesia Co, Proseding Seminar Bersama Kimia ITB-UKM ke VI 2005, Denpasar Bali

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