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Ibrahim Dincer
PhD

Professor

Automotive, Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering
Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science

Leading the development of globally sustainable energy solutions.

Languages
English, Turkish



  • Mechanical Engineering Istanbul Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey 1993
  • Mechanical Engineering Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey 1991
  • Mechanical Engineering Selcuk University, Konya, Turkey 1987

Keynote Speaker

Singapore July 20, 2016

The 15th International Conference on Sustainable Energy Technologies

Plenary Speaker

Istanbul, Turkey May 29, 2016

International Conference on Sustainable Aviation 2016

Keynote Speaker

Halifax, Nova Scotia May 15, 2016

Global Conference on Global Warming 2016

Keynote Speaker

Hangzhou, China May 8, 2016

18th International Conference on Hydrogen Production

Plenary Speaker

Istanbul, Turkey December 23, 2015

International Conference on Energy Systems

Exergy

Elsevier, London, 2012
Ibrahim Dincer & Marc A. Rosen

2nd Edition

Efficiency Evaluation of Energy Systems

Springer Verlag, New York, 2012
M. Kanoglu, Y.A. Cengel and I. Dincer

Hydrogen Production from Nuclear Energy

Springer Verlag, London, 2012
G.F. Naterer, I. Dincer and C. Zamfirescu

Sustainable Energy Systems and Applications

Springer Verlag, New York, 2011
I. Dincer and C. Zamfirescu

Refrigeration Systems and Applications

John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., London, 2010

2nd edition

Porous Media in Modern Technologies: Energy, Electronics, Biomedical and Environmental Engineering

Springer Verlag, New York, 2004
A. Bejan, I. Dincer, S. Lorente, A.H. Reis and A.F. Miguel
  • Dincer, I., “Green methods for hydrogen production”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37(2), 1954-1971, 2012.
  • Ratlamwala, T.A.H. and Dincer, I., “Comparative efficiency assessment of novel multi-flash integrated geothermal systems for power and hydrogen production”, Applied Thermal Energy 48, 359-366, 2012.
  • Kizilkan, O. and Dincer, I., “Exergy analysis of borehole thermal energy storage system for building cooling applications”, Energy and Buildings 49, 568-574, 2012.
  • Ozbilen, A., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A., “Life cycle assessment of hydrogen production via thermochemical water splitting using multi-step Cu-Cl cycles”, Journal of Cleaner Production 33, 202-216, 2012.
  • Ozbilen, A., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A., “Exergetic life cycle assessment of a hydrogen production process”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37(7), 5665–5675, 2012.
  • Rabbani, M., Dincer, I. and Naterer, G.F., “Thermodynamic assessment of a wind turbine based combined cycle”, Energy-The International Journal 44(1), 321-328, 2012.
  • Caliskan, H., Dincer, I. and Hepbasli, A., “Thermodynamic analyses and assessments of various thermal energy storage systems for buildings”, Energy Conversion and Management 62, 109-122, 2012.
  • Ishak, F., Dincer, I. and Zamfirescu, C., “Energy and exergy analyses of direct ammonia solid oxide fuel cell integrated with gas turbine power cycle”, Journal of Power Sources 212, 73-85, 2012.
  • Zamfirescu, C., Dincer I. and Naterer, G.F. “Molecular charge transfer simulation and quantum efficiency of a photochemical reactor for solar hydrogen production”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37(12), 9537-9549, 2012.
  • Zamfirescu, C., Naterer, G.F. and Dincer, I. “Photo-electro-chemical chlorination of cuprous chloride with hydrochloric acid for hydrogen production”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37(12), 9529-9536, 2012.
  • MacPhee, D., Dincer, I. and Beyene, A., “Numerical simulation and exergetic performance assessment of charging process in encapsulated ice thermal energy storage system”, Energy-The International Journal 41(1), 491-498, 2012.
  • Balta, M.T., Dincer, I. and Hepbasli, A. “Energy and exergy analyses of Magnesium-Chlorine (Mg-Cl) thermochemical cycle”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 37(6), 4855-4862, 2012.
  • Ezan, M.A., Erek, A. and Dincer, I., “Energy and exergy analyses of an ice–on–coil thermal energy storage system”, Energy-The International Journal 36(11), 6375-6386, 2011.
  • Caliskan, H., Dincer, I. and Hepbasli, A., “Energy and exergy analyses of combined thermochemical and sensible thermal energy storage systems for building heating applications”, Energy and Buildings 48, 103-111, 2011.
  • Ahmed, M. and Dincer, I., “A review on methanol crossover in direct methanol fuel cells: challenges and achievements”, International Journal of Energy Research 35(14), 1213-1228, 2011.
  • Ahmadi, P., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A., “Exergy, exergoeconomic and environmental analyses and evolutionary algorithm based multi-objective optimization of combined power plants”, Energy-The International Journal 36(10), 5886-5898, 2011.
  • Al-Sulaiman, Dincer, I. and Hamdullahpur, F., “Exergy modeling of a new solar driven trigeneration system”, Solar Energy 85(9), 2228-2243, 2011.
  • Abuadala, A. and Dincer, I., “Exergoeconomic analysis of a hybrid system based by steam biomass gasification products for hydrogen production”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36(20), 12780-12793, 2011. 
  • Cohce, M.K., Dincer, I. and Rosen, M.A., “Energy and exergy analyses of a biomass-based hydrogen production system”, Bioresource Technology 102(18), 8466-8474, 2011.
  • Zamfirescu, C. and Dincer, I., “Hydrogen production from urea for enhanced fuel efficiency of vehicles”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36(17), 11425-11432, 2011.
  • Baniasadi, E. and Dincer, I., “Energy and exergy analyses of a combined ammonia-fed solid oxide fuel cell system for vehicular applications”, International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 36(17), 11128-11136, 2011.
  • Ramandi, M.Y. and Dincer, I., “Thermodynamic performance analysis of a molten carbonate fuel cell at very high current densities”, Journal of Power Sources 196(20), 8509-8518, 2011.
  • Best Paper Award (with G.F. Naterer and C. Zamfirescu), IAHE, USA (2012)
  • Fellow of the Engineering Institute of Canada, Canada (2011)
  • FEAS Teaching Excellence Award, Ontario Tech University, Canada (2010)
  • UOIT Research Excellence Award, Ontario Tech University, Canada (2008)
  • Distinguished Lecturer, ASHRAE, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (2008)
  • FEAS Research Excellence Award, Ontario Tech University, Canada (2006)
  • Fellow of the Canadian Society for Mechanical Engineering, Canada (2006)
  • Fellow of the World Innovation Foundation, Huddersfield, UK (2005)
  • The 2005 Research Excellence Award, APMC, Ontario (2005)
  • The Premier’s Research Excellence Award, Ontario (2004)
  • Distinguished Researcher Award, KFUPM (2003)
  • The President’s Special Award, Alumni Association International, Istanbul Technical University (2000)
  • First-class Honour, PhD (Graduation), Istanbul Technical University (1993)
  • Most Interesting Application, Presented Paper, ASME & EF (1993)
  • R & D Encouragement, TUBITAK-Marmara Research Center (1992)
  • First-class Honour, MSc. (Graduation), Yildiz Technical University (1991)
  • First-class Honour, BSc. (Graduation), Selcuk University (1987)

The Turkish Academy of Sciences

  • Thermodynamics (MECE 2320U)
    Introductory concepts and definitions; energy, work and heat; the nature of thermodynamics; the First Law of Thermodynamics; the Second Law of Thermodynamics; control mass and control volume analyses; properties and behaviour of pure substances; ideal gases and mixtures; equation of state for a perfect gas; irreversible and reversible processes; the Carnot cycle; entropy; Clausius inequality; entropy change in open and closed systems; isentropic processes; introduction to exergy; power and refrigeration cycles.
  • Thermodynamic and Heat Transfer (MECE 2640U)
    Nature of thermodynamics, First Law of Thermodynamics, Second Law of Thermodynamics. Control mass and control volume analyses. Properties and behaviour of pure substances. Ideal gases and mixtures; equation of state for a perfect gas. Introduction to conduction, convection and radiation. Solutions to steady-state and transient conduction problems. Free and forced convection for laminar and turbulent flows. Thermal radiation between black bodies. Introduction to heat exchangers.
  • Fluid Mechanics (MECE 2860U)
    Fundamentals of fluid mechanics, including: properties of fluids and their units; fluid static. Kinematics of fluids, conservation of mass and the continuity equation. Dynamics of fluids; Euler equation; Bernoulli equation. The energy equation; energy grade lines. Flow of viscous fluids; laminar and turbulent flows; flow in pipes and fittings; the Moody diagram. Flows around immersed bodies; lift and drag on bodies. Boundary layers; flow separation. Flow measurement techniques.
  • Combustion and Engines (AUTE 3450U)
    Combustion fundamentals including flame stoichiometry, chemical kinetics, flame temperature, pre-mixed and diffusion flames. Applications to engineered combustion systems such as furnaces and fossil fuelled engines. Continuous and unsteady combustion systems. Internal combustion engines including cycles, fuels and lubricants, supercharging, carburetion, valving, manifolding, combustion chamber ignition and fuel injection; engine performance and testing. Design of combustors and engines. Methods for increasing combustion efficiency and reducing pollutant formation. Pollution reduction techniques. Safety issues.
  • Heat Transfer (NUCL 3930U)
    Introduction to conduction, convection and radiation. Solutions to steady-state and transient conduction problems. Heat conduction across contact surfaces and cylindrical walls. Heat generation in conduction. Solutions to convection problems for laminar and for turbulent flows. Forced and natural convection. Boiling and condensing heat transfer. Two phase flow in a channel. Critical heat flux. Heat exchangers, and heat exchanger effectiveness and operational characteristics.
  • Advanced Energy Systems (ENGR 5100G)
    Advanced power and refrigeration cycles. Advanced gas turbine systems. Combustion systems and applications. Energy storage. Nuclear reactor technology. Fuel cells. Solar power. Wind power. Hydro power. Co- and tri-generation. Geothermal district heating systems. Energy and exergy analysis of advanced energy systems.