Hasan Koten

Istanbul Medeniyet University Turkey

Prof. Dr. Hasan Koten obtained a Ph.D. with honors from the Mechanical Engineering Department, Marmara University, Turkey. During his Ph.D. study, he was a visiting scholar at the Center for Automotive Research, The Ohio State University, USA. He was also a researcher for the first full geometry engine design project of The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey (TUBITAK). He was awarded first place by the TÜBİTAK 2238 – Entrepreneurship and Innovation Competition Program. In 2018, he was a post-doctorate researcher at the College of Engineering, Design and Physical Sciences (CEDP), Brunel University London. He has led several projects, supervised MSc and PhD theses, and presented more than 150 conference proceedings. He has also published around 100 journal articles. He was a visiting professor at the Clean Combustion Research Center (CCRC), King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, and the University of Applied Sciences, Germany. He has many patents in the field of combustion engines. He is the head of the Mechanical Engineering Department, Istanbul Medeniyet University, Turkey. Dr. Koten participates in Turkey’s largest TÜBİTAK-funded project on the production of 400-HP, 16- and 8-cylinder engines.

Hasan Koten

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Latest work with IntechOpen by Hasan Koten

This book discusses the current technology and future status of diesel engines. While gasoline engines are preferred for speed and jet engines, diesel engines are widely used in vehicles and machinery that require torque, such as ships, trains, tanks, unmanned ariel vehicles (UAVs), and heavy-duty vehicles. Some recent research on global climate change has focused on obtaining zero carbon, zero emissions, and decarbonization via clean combustion technologies. For this reason, restrictive emission regulations have forced engine manufacturers and research centers to turn to different technologies to achieve clean combustion in diesel engines. This book focuses on different combustion technologies, from artificial intelligence applications in diesel engines to alternative fuels. It discusses the roles of artificial intelligence in the design of diesel engines, the use of different fuels in diesel engines, and the effects of these on the performance and emission values of diesel engines. Solving the challenge of hydrogen storage in hydrogen-fed diesel engines will open a new era for internal combustion engines. In particular, the use of hydrogen fuel produced by the reaction of chemical ingredients with water in diesel engine cycles will have a significant impact on the industry. This book, which brings together the latest studies on clean combustion technologies, is an interesting resource for both industry and research centers.

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