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Publications in National and International Journals

by Uğur Tatlıer | Aug 01, 2023
Our Mechanical Faculty academicians have published their studies in their fields in national and international journals in the first half of 2023. We congratulate our academics on their success.

Our Mechanical Faculty academicians have published their studies in their fields in national and international journals in the first half of 2023. We congratulate our academics on their success.

Publications in National and International Journals
Authors Paper Title Doi Number
1 Acarer S.| Pir, İ.| Tüfekci, M.| Erkoҫ, T.| Öztekin, V.| Durak, S. G.| Özҫoban, M. Ş.| Türkoğlu Demirkol, G.| Alhammod, M.| Çavuş, S.| Tüfekci, N. Characterisation And Modelling The Mechanics Of Cellulose Nanofibril Added Polyethersulfone Ultrafiltration Membranes
2 Benzait, Z.| Trabzon, L. Nacre-Like Graphene Oxide Nanocomposite With Nanodiamonds As Nanoasperities
3 Binark, A. M.| Ozdemir, M. An Experimental Study On Heat Transfer Of Pulsating Air Flow In Metal Foam Subjected To Constant Heat Flux
4 Çakan, M. Ziraat Makinaları Muayene ve Araştırma Merkezi-Kuruluşu ve Faaliyetleri
5 Çalışkan, C.İ.| Koca, A.| Özer, G.| Akbal, Ö.| Bakır, S. Efficiency Comparison Of Conformal Cooling Channels Produced By Additive And Subtractive Manufacturing In Automotive Industry Plastic Injection Moulds: A Hybrid Application
6 Çolak, B.A.| Acikgoz, O.| Karakoyun, Y.| Koca, A.| Dalkilic, A.S. Experimental And Numerical Investigations On The Heat Transfer Characteristics Of A Real-Sized Radiant Cooled Wall System Supported By Machine Learning
7 Ergene, B.| Bolat, C.| Karakilinc, U.| Irez, A. B. A Comprehensive Investigation Of Drilling Performance Of Anisotropic Stacked Glass‐Carbon Fiber Reinforced Hybrid Laminate Composites
8 Eroglu, U.| Ruta, G. Damaged Elements And Structures: Models, Resolution Techniques, Detection Devices, Experimental Approaches
9 Hejazi, M.-A. M.-A.| Trabzon, L. The Use Of Carbon-Based Materials In Gas Sensing By QCM
10 Hejazi, M.-A.| Eksik, O.| Taşdelen-Yücedağ, Ç.| Ünlü, C.| Trabzon, L. Carbon-Based Nanomaterials In Gas Sensing Applications
11 Kestir, S. M.| Şahin Keskin, S.| Ergüder, Ö.| Ük, N.| Türker, Y.| Nar, I.| Trabzon, L.| Ünlü, C. Ultraprecise Control Over The Photophysical Properties Of Novel Amino Acid Functionalized Cdtes Quantum Dots And Their Effect On The Emission Of Yellow-Emissive Carbon Dots
12 Koca, A.| Çalışkan, C.İ.| Koç, E.| Akbal, Ö. A Novel 3D Printed Air-Cooled Fuel Cooler Heat Exchanger For Aviation Industry
13 Mendoza, C.E.| Ozdemir, I.B.| Helcig, C.| Gümmer, V. Investigation Of The Effect Of Blade Passing On Two-Phase Flow Within Discrete Compressor Casing Recirculation Channel Using Particle Image Velocimetry
14 Navidfar, A.| Kalkhoran, M. V.| Trabzon, L. Carbon Nanotubes And Graphene-Modified Binary Hexagonal Boron Nitride Polyurethane Foams
15 Ozcan H. G.| Hepbasli A.| Abusoglu A.| Anvari-Moghaddam A. Energy, Exergy, Economic, Environmental And Sustainability (4ES) Analyses Of A Wastewater Source Heat Pump System For District Heating Applications Based On Real Operational Data
16 Özönder, Ş.| Ünlü, C.| Güleryüz, C.| Trabzon, L. Doped Graphene Quantum Dots UV–Vis Absorption Spectrum: A High-Throughput TDDFT Study
17 Quadros, J.D.| Pahlavani, H.| Ozdemir, I.B.| Mogul Y.I. Neural Network Predictive Models To Determine The Effect Of Blood Composition On The Patient-Specific Aneurysm
18 Quadros, J.D.| Zenginer, M.Y.| Ozdemir, I.B. Optimization Of The Bubble Departure And Lift-Off Boiling Model Using Taguchi Method
19 Rahtuvan, G.B. | Şen, O. T. Feasibility Of Using A Mobile Device To Identify The Axle Whine Noise In A Vehicle
20 Şahin, S.| Ergüder, Ö.| Trabzon, L.| Ünlü, C. Quantum Dots For Sensing Applications
21 Sahin, U.| Ren, H.| Imrak, C.E.| Rabczuk, T. Computational Modeling Of Quasi Static Fracture Using The Nonlocal Operator Method And Explicit Phase Field Model
22 Soylemez, E. Capillary Force Method To Improve The Green Density Of Binder Jet Additive Manufacturing
23 Tanbayev, K.| Nukeshev, S.| Engin, T.| Saktaganov, B. Flat Spray Nozzle For Intra-Soil Application Of Liquid Mineral Fertilizers
24 Tas N.| Abusoglu A. Su Soğutmalı Yıkama Kurutma Makinelerinde Farklı Proses Çalışma Koşullarının Isıtıcı Kanalındaki Hav Birikimine Ve Kurutma Performansına Etkisinin Değerlendirilmesi
25 Tekin, M. M.| Mermertaş, V. Structural Design And Optimization Of Bearingless Helicopter Rotor System
26 Trabzon, G.| Aldı, Y.E.| Akyıldız, D.| Gül, B.| Okşak, N.| Dölek, A.| Khosroshahi, A.R.| Ibadillayev, S.| Sobirjon, I.| Giyasiddin, M.| Erdem-Kuruca, S.| Trabzon, L. Integrated Microfluidic System To Capture Circulating Tumor Cells By Ferromagnetic Nano-Clusters In Si
27 Trabzon, L. Carbon Nanofiller Based Multi-Dimensional and Multi-Functional Polymer-Nano-Composites
28 Trabzon, L. The Benefits of Using Microfluidics in Biology
29 Trabzon, L.| Karimian, Gh.| Khosroshahi, A. R. | Gül, B.| Kocak A. F. | Bakhshayesh, A. Gh.| Akyıldız, D.| Aldi, Y. E. A Comprehensive Study About The Geometry Of Electrodes On The Efficiency Enhancement Of Active Electrohydrodynamic Micromixers
30 Yavuz, A.| Şen, O. T. Assessment Of Fuzzy Logic Approach For The Prediction Of Dynamic Stability On A Mass-Sliding Belt Experiment
31 Yavuz, A.| Şen, O. T. Investigation Of Pad Stiffness Effects On The Initiation Of Brake Squeal Phenomenon
32 Yavuz, A.| Şen, O. T. Stability Analysis Of A Mass-Sliding Belt System And Experimental Validation As Motivated By The Brake Squeal Problem
33 Yildiz, R. A. A Numerical Investigation On The Effect Of Transfer Medium In Explosive Forming
34 Yildiz, R. A. Numerical Analysis Of The Damage Evolution Of DP600 Steel Using Gurson–Tvergaard–Needleman Model
35 Zenginer, M.Y.| Quadros, J.D.| Ozdemir, I.B. Determination Of Wall Heat Flux Based On Bubble Departure And Lift-Off Diameters For Varying Pressure And Flow Velocity Conditions
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ITU Faculty of Mechanical Engineering


ITU Faculty of Mechanical Engineering takes pride in having close to 100 years of Mechanical Engineering tradition, and has currently 33 Professors, 12 Associate Professors, 24 Assistant Professors and 15 Lecturers as Faculty members. At present, we have over 2000 undergraduate students, all of which were selected among the top ~0.5% of the ~2.3 million students taking the nationwide university entrance exam annually.

Founded in 1933, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering received its current name in 1944. With the university reform in 1933, the Institute of Electricity and Machines of the Istanbul University was replaced by the Electro-Mechanic Department; and by doing so our Mechanical Engineering education, which still continues, began 87 years ago. 11 years later in 1944, the name of the institution was changed to Istanbul Technical University and under it a separate school/college of Mechanical Engineering was founded with the current name: “Faculty of Mechanical Engineering“.

Our faculty is one of the oldest institutions in our country that carries out education and research activities in the field of mechanical engineering. The different engineering branches it hosts have developed and become a faculty. in 1969; Faculty of Naval Architecture and Marine Sciences, in 1983; The Faculty of Textile Technologies and Design and the Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics gained their independent status.In the first years, the Mining Engineering department, which was part of the basic sciences and general engineering courses instruct within the scope of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, became an independent faculty in 1953.

ITU Faculty of Mechanical Engineering performs research and education in the design, development and production planning of all types of mechanical and energy transformation systems. Our 75 Faculty members are performing research and development in a wide range of areas related to both immediate needs of the industry and also cutting edge science for future technologies and applications. Our research areas include, but not limited to, Automotive Industry, Petrochemical Industry, Robotics, Textile Industry, Defense Industry, Reverse Engineering, Clean Energy, Renewable Energy, Underground Gasification, MEMS, Nanotechnology, Pharmaceutics, and Biomolecular Engineering.

With its gorgeous Ottoman era building providing extensive lab space, massive laboratory and research investment performed in the past 87 years, and the recent addition of the 1500 m2 big Dr. Keskin Keser student lab building, the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering has one of the most extensive educational and research laboratories in Turkey and provides its students with top quality Mechanical Engineering education in a gorgeous historical building located at a prime location in the very heart of Istanbul.