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    Biography

    Dr Turkbeyler is Senior Lecturer and the Postgraduate Course Director of MSc Advanced Mechanical Engineering Program at the School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Automotive Engineering (MAAE). He is a senior fellow of Higher Education Academy - UK. Dr Turkbeyler holds the roles of the School Ethics Coordinator and the School Placement and Employability Coordinator.

    Dr Turkbeyler is the Module Leader for Thermofluid Systems  and teaches fluid mechanics and thermodynamics at both undergraduate and postgraduate level for the Courses of Mechanical Engineering, Aerospace Systems Engineering, Oil & Gas Engineering and Renewable Energy Engineering at the Faculty of Engineering, Environment and Computing.  He supervises UG/PG project students at the Faculty.

    Dr Turkbeyler was awarded his PhD in Thermofluids from Imperial College London and gained his MSc in Renewable Energy from the University of Reading. He earned his BSc in Mechanical Engineering with distinction.

    His recent publications and research interests include the areas of numerical modelling and computer simulations of urban microclimates, urban airflow and thermal environments, multiphase flow in oil and gas application, multiphase flow meters, compressible flows, turbomachinery aerodynamics, thermofluid systems and renewable energy applications.

    Dr Turkbeyler worked at Imperial College London, Queen’s University Belfast, and the University of Reading before moving to Coventry University in 2011. Dr Turkbeyler developed an integrated numerical model for studying urban microclimates – both airflow and thermal environment (EPSRC project), and a fast CFD flow solver for aerospace industrial applications (CEIAT project).

    Research Interests

    Computational fluid dynamics; Multiphase flow in Oil and Gas; Multiphase flow-meters; Modelling urban microclimates; Renewable energy technologies; Simulation of thermal environments; APU systems for hybrid vehicles; Numerical modelling and simulation of thermofluid systems; Turbomachinery aerodynamics.

    Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals

    In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):

    • SDG 7 - Affordable and Clean Energy

    Education/Academic qualification

    Thermofluids, Doctorate

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