Mehmet Gökhan Gökçen

Mehmet Gökhan Gökçen
Turkish-German University | TAU · Mechanical Engineering

PhD

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A computational and experimental method is introduced for the mathematical description of stress–strain curves for high-speed steels dependent on strain-rate and temperature. The developed method is based on an FEM-supported evaluation of imprints created on the surface of HSS (high-speed steel) specimens subjected to repetitive impacts by a cement...
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Recently, stress, strain, strain-rate dependent curves for cemented carbide have become an established tool for evaluating the mechanical properties. In this paper, related strain-rate dependent data of a K05 insert were employed to define the developed stress and strain fields occurring in the compound coating-substrate at impact forces of various...
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Cemented carbide materials are key in tool manufacturing, nowadays widely used in cutting, forming and other manufacturing processes. Commonly applied methods for obtaining their strain-rate dependent material properties are insufficient due to the high hardness, mechanical strength and low deformability. In this paper, we produce relevant data for...
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In the present study, a three-dimensional numerical squid model was generated from a computed tomography images of a longfin inshore squid to investigate fluid flow characteristics around the squid. The three-dimensional squid model obtained from a 3D-printer was utilized in digital particle image velocimetry (DPIV) measurements to acquire velocity...
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Aim: The Irrigant flow dynamics has strong influence on the root canal cleaning effectiveness. The aim of this study was to evaluate the effect of needle tilting angle on irrigant flow inside a prepared root canal during final irrigation with a side-vented needle using a validated Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) model. Methodology: To analyze th...
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In this study, CAD model of a squid was obtained by taking computer tomography images of a real squid. The model later placed into a computational domain to calculate drag force and performance of jet propulsion. The drag study was performed on the CAD model so that drag force subjected to real squid was revealed at squid's different swimming speed...
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In this study, hydrodynamic drag on an adult squid was investigated during its fast swimming phase. Numerical model has been generated from a real squid’s computer tomography images. It has been documented that squids can typically swim at velocities from 3.21 m/s to 9.23 m/s under the water. Therefore, by considering the flow on squid’s surface an...
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Squids in nature generate pulsed jet to be able to move by expelling high pressure water through funnel in a short period of time. In this study, unsteady jet flow of squids was investigated during its fast swimming phase. Numerical model has been generated from a real squid’s computer tomography images. 2D axisymmetric jet flow has been simulated...
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To predict crack opening stresses, contact elements are incorporated into the elastic-plastic finite element analysis of fatigue crack closure. A code using ANSYS Parametric Design Language (APDL) is developed. In spite of the fact that the use of contact elements in modelling crack surface contact and crack closure is inherently natural, efforts t...

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Computational Fluid Dynamics is used to evaluate and predict regions of fast and slow flow formation and the overall effectiveness of irrigation during non-surgical root canal therapy. Changes in irrigant flow rate and the irrigant needle insertion inside the root canal influence flow velocity, wall shear stress and the dynamic pressure.