Editorial: Phytoplankton Dynamics Under Climate Change

Kıdeyş, Ahmet Erkan
Mikaelyan, Alexander
Devlin, Michelle Jillian
Newton, Alice


Modern mathematical methods in modeling and dynamics of regulatory systems of gene-environment networks
Defterli, Özlem; Kaya Merdan, Songül; Weber, Gerhard Wilhelm; Department of Mathematics (2011)
Inferring and anticipation of genetic networks based on experimental data and environmental measurements is a challenging research problem of mathematical modeling. In this thesis, we discuss gene-environment network models whose dynamics are represented by a class of time-continuous systems of ordinary differential equations containing unknown parameters to be optimized. Accordingly, time-discrete version of that model class is studied and improved by using different numerical methods. In this aspect, 3rd-...
Implementation of ball-center spring analogy mesh deformation technique with CFD design optimization
Yang, Yosheph; Özgen, Serkan (2015-01-01)
© 2015, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Inc, AIAA. All rights reserved.Mesh deformation technique plays an important role in several numerical simulations and applications including design optimization. This paper aims to implement the developed unstructured mesh deformation technique for CFD Design Optimization around 2-D Airfoils. During the optimization procedure, the newly deformed mesh is generated by using the updated Ball-Center Spring analogy mesh deformation technique. The compar...
Climate Change Impact on Multi-Objective Optimization: A Case Study on Educational Buildings
Akın, Şahin; Işeri, Orçun Koral; Akgül, Çağla; Erdoğan, Bilge; Gürsel Dino, Ipek (null; 2020-05-23)
The changing weather conditions due to global climate change is expected to have a direct impact on buildings’ energy demand and occupant comfort. These conditions are estimated to become more challenging for educational facilities due to their high occupant density and the students’ sensitivity to heat. This study aims to present an approach for a comparative analysis for multi-objective optimization results that are projected under different climate change conditions. Two separate optimization processes w...
Numerical analyses of flow characteristics in the vicinity of spillway aerators
Kurt, Can; Tokyay Sinha, Talia Ekin; Department of Civil Engineering (2016)
Spillway aerators are used in the spillways that are designed to carry medium to high discharges during their operation. Aerators are aimed to reduce the risk of cavitation in these high velocity flows. Most of the time, design of these aerators are based on physical models and experimental results. However, with the advancement in computational resources, it became possible to analyze the effect of aerators using computational fluid dynamics (CFD). To this end, three-dimensional numerical simulations of su...
Numerical modeling of general compressible multi-phase flows
Kalpaklı, Bora; Tarman, Işık Hakan; Özyörük, Yusuf; Department of Engineering Sciences (2013)
In this thesis, some novel methods for solution of compressible, multi-phase flows on unstructured grids were developed. The developed methods are especially advantageous for interface problems, while they are also applicable to multi-phase flows containing mixtures as well as particle suspensions. The first method studied was a multi-dimensional, multi-phase Godunov method for compressible multi-phase flows. This method is based on the solution of a hyperbolic equation system for compressible multi-phase f...
Citation Formats
E. EKER-DEVELİ, A. E. Kıdeyş, A. Mikaelyan, M. J. Devlin, and A. Newton, “Editorial: Phytoplankton Dynamics Under Climate Change,” FRONTIERS IN MARINE SCIENCE, vol. 9, pp. 0–0, 2022, Accessed: 00, 2022. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/97271.