The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Thermodynamics, Thermal efficiency, Heat transfer, Finite time and Heat pump. His studies link Process engineering with Thermodynamics. His Thermal efficiency research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Coefficient of performance, Heat engine, Brayton cycle and Maximum power principle.
His research integrates issues of Nuclear engineering, Joule and Power density in his study of Maximum power principle. The study of Heat transfer is intertwined with the study of Thermodynamic equilibrium in a number of ways. He interconnects Absorption heat pump and Refrigerator car in the investigation of issues within Finite time.
Bahri Sahin focuses on Thermodynamics, Thermal efficiency, Heat transfer, Heat engine and Maximum power principle. Bahri Sahin has included themes like Mechanics and Process engineering in his Thermodynamics study. His research in Thermal efficiency intersects with topics in Power, Power density, Miller cycle, Diesel engine and Overall pressure ratio.
His Heat transfer study combines topics in areas such as Total cost and Dissipation. The concepts of his Heat engine study are interwoven with issues in Power output, Carnot cycle, Brayton cycle and Control theory. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coefficient of performance and Isentropic process in addition to Maximum power principle.
Bahri Sahin mainly focuses on Thermal efficiency, Miller cycle, Environmental science, Waste management and Combined cycle. His Thermal efficiency research focuses on Compression ratio and how it relates to Joule, Thermal and Nuclear engineering. His studies in Miller cycle integrate themes in fields like Engine power and Diesel engine.
His study on Gasoline is often connected to Analytical chemistry as part of broader study in Waste management. His Combined cycle study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Heat engine, Exergy, Process engineering and Environmentally friendly. Bahri Sahin works mostly in the field of Heat engine, limiting it down to topics relating to Brayton cycle and, in certain cases, Heat transfer, as a part of the same area of interest.
His primary areas of investigation include Diesel engine, Automotive engineering, Miller cycle, Thermal efficiency and Engine power. His studies deal with areas such as Naturally aspirated engine, Engine efficiency, Internal combustion engine, Diesel cycle and Four-stroke engine as well as Diesel engine. His Automotive engineering research includes elements of NOx, Simulation and Turbocharger.
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Optimization of thermal systems based on finite-time thermodynamics and thermoeconomics
Ahmet Durmayaz;Oguz Salim Sogut;Bahri Sahin;Hasbi Yavuz.
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science (2004)
Comparative energetic and exergetic performance analyses for coal-fired thermal power plants in Turkey
Hasan Huseyin Erdem;Ali Volkan Akkaya;Burhanettin Cetin;Ahmet Dagdas.
International Journal of Thermal Sciences (2009)
An analysis of SOFC/GT CHP system based on exergetic performance criteria
Ali Volkan Akkaya;Bahri Sahin;Hasan Huseyin Erdem.
International Journal of Hydrogen Energy (2008)
Efficiency of a Joule-Brayton engine at maximum power density
B Sahin;A Kodal;H Yavuz.
Journal of Physics D (1995)
Performance analysis and optimization of an irreversible dual-cycle based on an ecological coefficient of performance criterion
Yasin Ust;Bahri Sahin;Oguz Salim Sogut.
Applied Energy (2005)
Maximum power density analysis of an irreversible Joule - Brayton engine
Bahri Sahin;Ali Kodal;Tamer Yilmaz;Hasbi Yavuz.
Journal of Physics D (1996)
An approach for analysing transportation costs and a case study
Bahri Sahin;Huseyin Yilmaz;Yasin Ust;Ali Fuat Guneri.
European Journal of Operational Research (2009)
Effects of internal irreversibility and heat leakage on the finite time thermoeconomic performance of refrigerators and heat pumps
Ali Kodal;Bahri Sahin;Tamer Yilmaz.
Energy Conversion and Management (2000)
Finite time thermoeconomic optimization for endoreversible refrigerators and heat pumps
Bahri Sahin;Ali Kodal.
Energy Conversion and Management (1999)
Thermoeconomic optimization for irreversible absorption refrigerators and heat pumps
Ali Kodal;Bahri Sahin;Ismail Ekmekci;Tamer Yilmaz.
Energy Conversion and Management (2003)
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