Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering, University of Florida
Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering, Bogazici University, 2011
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Research Area: Oscillating flows and Faraday Instability
Oscillating flows have a transient characteristic, they can be obtained if a periodic pressure gradient is applied. Oscillating flows can be used to enhance heat and mass transfer and increase the efficiency of mixing in flow. Blood flow in a cardiovascular system is an example of oscillating flow. Oscillating flow can be observed in pistons too.
Faraday waves are standing nonlinear waves and Faraday instability can be encountered when a layer of liquid is observed in a vertically oscillating piston. When the vibration frequency exceeds a critical value, the surface becomes unstable and generates faraday waves. Instability can provide a way to mix non-mixing materials.