Has broad interests in vibrations and acoustics; specialization in duct acoustics and finite and boundary element methods in vibration and acoustics. Member of the Advisory Board of the Journal of Sound and Vibration.
Visiting Professor: Purdue School of Engineering and Technology at Indianapolis, USA (1985-1986, 1997, 2005, ); School of Engineering of the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, Republic of South Africa (1990, 4 months); ISVR, Southampton University, UK (1994, 1 month); LAUM, Le Mans University, France (1996, 1 month)
CSNR/TUBITAK project on duct acoustics ( with J.Kergomard, 1998). AGARD missions: on aerodynamic and combustion noise (with P.E.Doak, (1997); on engine exhaust noise (with G.M.Lilley, 1993). British Council project on exhaust noise modeling (with P.O.A.L.Davies, 1994). NATO/TOKTEN programs: on computational fluid dynamics (with H.Akay, 1989); on computational acoustics (with A.Akay, 1988); on robotics (with O.Yurtseven, 1987); on computational acoustics (with A.Akay, 1984)
Mechanical Design, Dynamics of Machinery, Mechanical Vibrations, Engineering Acoustics, Strength of Materials.
Curriculum and laboratory development
Sound and vibration laboratory; English-aided ME curriculum; Self-study report.
J.Sound and Vib. 440 (2019) 231-238. A simple approach for evaluation of cut-on condition of higher order modes in inhomogeneous uniform waveguides
J.Sound and Vib.419 (2018) 1-17.A quasi-one-dimensional theory of sound propagation in lined ducts with mean flow
J.Sound and Vib.400 (2017) 248-252. Comment on ‘’the one-dimensional acoustic field with arbitrary mean axial temperature gradient and mean flow”
J.Sound and Vib.397 (2017) 31-50.The fuzzy two-load method for measurement of ducted one-port source characteristics
J.Sound and Vib.363 (2016) 560-570. On the effect of viscosity and thermal conductivity on sound power transmitted in circular ducts
J.Sound and Vib.333 (2014) 5583-5599. On the effect of viscosity and thermal conductivity on sound propagation in ducts: A re-visit to the classical theory…