Profile
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Title: 
Assist. Prof. Dr.
Surname: 
Taylan
Status: 
Full-Time Academic Staff
Program: 
Mechanical Engineering
Telephone: 
+90 392 661 2932
E-mail: 
ontaylan@metu.edu.tr
Room: 
R-215
Web Address: 
Educational Background: 
  • B.S., M.S., METU; Ph.D., The University of Texas of Austin
Research Interests: 
  • Renewable Energy
  • Non-Thermal Plasma
  • Thermodynamics
  • Building Energy Systems
  • Radiative Transfer
Courses Taught: 
  • MECH 203 - Thermodynamics
  • MECH 220 - Mechanical Engineering Lab. I
  • MECH 320 - Mechanical Engineering Lab. II
  • MECH 405 - Energy Conversion Systems
  • MECH 420 - Mechanical Engineering Lab. III
  • MECH 458 - Graduation Design Project
  • MECH 495 - Design of Renewable Energy Systems
  • CHME 325 - Heat Transfer
Selected Publications: 
  • Okoye C.O., Taylan O. (2017), “Performance Analysis of a Solar Chimney Power Plant for Rural Areas in Nigeria”, Renewable Energy, 104, pp. 96-108.
  • Okoye C.O., Solyali O., Taylan O. (2016), “A New Economic Feasibility Approach for Solar Chimney Power Plant Design”, Energy Conversion and Management, 126, pp. 1013-1027.
  • Okoye C.O., Taylan O., Baker D.K. (2016), “Solar Energy Potentials in Strategically Located Cities in Nigeria: Review, Resource Assessment and PV System Design”, Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 55(1), pp. 550-566.
  • Taylan O., Berberoglu H. (2015), “Dissociation of carbon dioxide using a microhollow cathode discharge plasma reactor: effects of applied voltage, flow rate and concentration”, Plasma Sources Science and Technology, 24(1), p. 015006.
  • Taylan O., Berberoglu H. (2014), “Electrical Characterization and an Equivalent Circuit Model of a Microhollow Cathode Discharge Reactor”, Journal of Applied Physics, 116(4), p. 043302.
  • Taylan O., Berberoglu H. (2013), “Thermal Radiation Transport in a Fluidized Dry Water System”, Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 120(1), pp. 104-113.
  • Taylan O., Baker D. K., Kaftanoglu B. (2012), “COP Trends for Ideal Thermal Wave Adsorption Cooling Cycles with Enhancements”, International Journal of Refrigeration, 35(3), pp. 562-570.
  • Taylan O., Baker D. K., Kaftanoglu B. (2011), “Normalized Thermodynamic Model for Intermittent Energy Systems and Application to Solar-Powered Adsorption Cooling Systems”, International Journal of Thermodynamics, 14(3), pp.107-115.