Hulya Sukas

Hulya Sukas
Istanbul Technical University · Department of Aeronautical Engineering

Master of Science

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Introduction
Hulya Sukas is currently a PhD student at the Department of Aeronautical Engineering, Istanbul Technical University. She graduated from Mechanical Engineering and Ocean Engineering in Yildiz Technical University.
Education
January 2017 - June 2019
Istanbul Technical University
Field of study
  • Aeronautical Engineering
September 2014 - January 2017
Yildiz Technical University
Field of study
  • Mechanical Engineering
September 2013 - December 2016
Yildiz Technical University
Field of study
  • Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Publications

Publications (5)
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In this study, the NASA Concept 25D with Flow-Through Nacelle (C25F) proposed in the AIAA Sonic Boom Workshop has been studied in two different aspects. First part of this paper is about validating the vertex based finite volume algorithm named HEMLAB for the selected geometry in terms of aerodynamic forces and pressure signatures. The HEMLAB algor...
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The high-lift JAXA Standard Model (HL-JSM) has been numerically analyzed in order to further validate the HEMLAB code for realistic aircraft configurations. The numerical algorithm is based on highly efficient edge-based data structure for a vertex based finite volume algorithm on hybrid meshes. The data pattern is arranged to meet the requirements...
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The main objective for aerodynamic design of an aerospace structure is to enhance aerodynamic performance of lifting surfaces, while a numerical optimization procedure driving this design process can contribute significantly to the desired outcomes. This paper presents a study on aerodynamic analysis and optimization applied to a non-planar wing st...
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This study aims to propose a fast calculation method to evaluate the total resistance of a traditional ship hull form. It became a common knowledge nowadays that the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) approach is robust in calculating the frictional resistance component of a ship with double body flow solutions. Modeling of the free surface is stil...