Dr Tahsin Tezdogan

Senior Lecturer

Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering

Personal statement

Dr Tezdogan is currently a senior lecturer in Fluid-Structure Interactions in the Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean and Marine Engineering (NAOME) at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow. He is also the Director of Postgraduate Taught Programmes within NAOME. He received his PhD degree in 2015 from Strathclyde from the same department. Dr Tezdogan has a broad range of research interests, including CFD simulations of ship motions and resistance, the added resistance of ships due to waves, and the investigation of ship behaviour and performance in channels/canals. Recently he worked as a CoI on a project funded by the British Council’s Newton Fund Institutional Links Grants. Following this, Dr Tezdogan has been involved in another Newton Fund Institutional Links project with Egypt as a Co-I. Very recently, Dr Tezdogan received a Global Challenges Research Fund pump-priming fund to perfom initial engineering calculations towards a floating wind-hydrokinetic power station for Egypt. Most recently, Dr Tezdogan has been successful in obtaining two projects as PI and CoI funded by the EU. To date, Dr Tezdogan has published more than 20 papers in highly ranked journals. In addition to this, Dr Tezdogan acted as a guest editor for an Ocean Engineering Special Issue on ‘CFD Applications in Ship and Offshore Structures’. In April 2017 he was appointed as a Deputy Editor for Ocean Engineering journal. More recently, Dr Tezdogan was appointed to an ITTC Specialist Committee on Combined CFD/EFD Methods for a duration of three years. He is also a member of WEGEMT, RINA and IMarEST. Dr Tezdogan has also been selected as a Reviewer or an Evaluator for some EU- Horizon 2020 and Newton Fund calls. He was a local organising committee member for the recent OMAE 2019 conference, in addition to being a member of the OMAE short course committee. Dr Tezdogan also serves on different committees at Strathclyde at Departmental, Faculty and University levels.

Publications

A posteriori error and uncertainty estimation in computational ship hydrodynamics
Terziev Momchil, Tezdogan Tahsin, Incecik Atilla
Ocean Engineering Vol 208 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2020.107434
Numerical modelling of the nearfield longitudinal wake profiles of a high-speed prismatic planing hull
Gray-Stephens Angus, Tezdogan Tahsin, Day Sandy
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering Vol 8 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse8070516
Fouling effect on the resistance of different ship types
Song Soonseok, Demirel Yigit Kemal, De Marco Muscat-Fenech Claire, Tezdogan Tahsin, Atlar Mehmet
Ocean Engineering (2020)
Virtual replica of a towing tank experiment to determine the Kelvin half-angle of a ship in restricted water
Terziev Momchil, Zhao Guangwei, Tezdogan Tahsin, Yuan Zhiming, Incecik Atilla
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering Vol 8 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.3390/jmse8040258
Experimental and numerical study of an obliquely towed ship model in confined waters
Terziev Momchil, Elsherbiny Khaled, Tezdogan Tahsin, Incecik Atilla
39th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore & Arctic Engineering (2020)
Numerical and experimental study on hydrodynamic performance of ships advancing through different canals
Elsherbiny Khaled, Terziev Momchil, Tezdogan Tahsin, Incecik Atilla, Kotb Mohamed
Ocean Engineering Vol 195 (2020)
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2019.106696

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Professional activities

Reviewer for the Croatian Science Foundation
Examiner
7/2020
Ship performance prediction in waves using high-fidelity and practical tools
Invited speaker
30/6/2020
External examiner for an MSc thesis at Middle East Technical University, Ankara
External Examiner
29/6/2020
Newton Prize 2020 Prize Application Review
To be assigned
19/5/2020
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering (Journal)
Peer reviewer
16/5/2020
Panel Member of the Engineering Accreditation Board
Member
25/2/2020

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Projects

Manoeuvrability of a berthing ship in heavy weather conditions International Exchanges 2019 Cost Share (NSFC) China
Incecik, Atilla (Principal Investigator) Dai, David (Co-investigator) Tezdogan, Tahsin (Co-investigator) Yuan, Zhiming (Co-investigator)
31-Jan-2020 - 30-Jan-2022
Virtual and physical ExperimeNtal Towing centre for the design of eneRgy Efficient sea-faring vessels - VENTuRE (H2020 CSA)
Demirel, Yigit Kemal (Principal Investigator) Atlar, Mehmet (Co-investigator) Coraddu, Andrea (Co-investigator) Day, Sandy (Co-investigator) Incecik, Atilla (Co-investigator) Kurt, Rafet (Co-investigator) Tezdogan, Tahsin (Co-investigator) Turan, Osman (Co-investigator) Yuan, Zhiming (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2020 - 31-Jan-2022
MarLEM: Maritime Logistics Engineering and Management (EMFF Blue Economy)
Tezdogan, Tahsin (Principal Investigator) Demirel, Yigit Kemal (Co-investigator) Incecik, Atilla (Co-investigator) Kolios, Athanasios (Co-investigator) Zhou, Peilin (Co-investigator)
01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2022
Assessment of the current practices and local needs for developing smart antifouling strategies towards energy-efficient fishing boats in Turkey
Demirel, Yigit Kemal (Principal Investigator) Tezdogan, Tahsin (Co-investigator) Turan, Osman (Co-investigator) Akartunali, Kerem (Principal Investigator) Song, Soonseok (Researcher)
In Turkey, there are 13,000 artisanal fishing boats contributing to the income of at least 40,000 low-income fishermen and their families living in vulnerable communities. Typically, these fishing boats are of traditional design and inefficient in terms of fuel consumption. They may waste up to 44% of their fuel due to biofouling (organisms growing on boats), which also requires costly hull cleaning and antifouling procedures. Inadequate design and antifouling strategies aggravate the profitability and cause environmental problems such as increased Green-House Gas emissions and transportation of harmful non-indigenous species, while negatively affecting the expected growth in the fisheries sector as opposed to Turkey’s Vision 2023 targets for fisheries.
This project aims to investigate the current antifouling practices and identify the local needs for developing smart antifouling strategies towards energy-efficient fishing boats. This will be achieved by carrying out a joint inter-disciplinary pilot work with partners in Turkey with a focus on the technical feasibility, economic viability and environmental perspectives.
This will help the local fisheries to understand the importance of the optimum antifouling strategies, and hence to reduce unnecessary expenses and increase the profitability while reducing the environmental footprint. This project will establish partnerships for future GCRF calls.
01-Jan-2019 - 31-Jan-2020
RCUK Catapult Researchers in Residence award (Offshore Renewable Energy)
Tezdogan, Tahsin (Principal Investigator)
01-Jan-2018 - 31-Jan-2020
Initial studies towards an innovative Floating Wind-Hydrokinetic Power Station (FWHPS) for Upper Egypt Villages
Tezdogan, Tahsin (Principal Investigator) Yuan, Zhiming (Co-investigator) Demirel, Yigit Kemal (Co-investigator) Akartunali, Kerem (Co-investigator) Arslan, Volkan (Researcher)
The majority of Egyptians live either in the Nile delta, which is located north of Cairo and is known as Lower Egypt, or in the narrow strip of agricultural land south of Cairo on either side of the River Nile, known as Upper Egypt (UE). A report by the Egyptian Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics states that the poorest region in Egypt is the rural upper region (poverty rate of 49.4%). The number of villages in Egypt is 4655; around 22% of them suffer a continuous interruption of electricity. In its 2030 vision, Egypt is aiming to boost its renewable energy generation from 8% to 20%, specifically in UE. According to the Egyptian wind and current atlas, the wind and current have a high potential around the Nile which can be utilised for sustainable energy.
This project aims to investigate the concept of a floating hybrid system which will combine wind and hydropower generation for river applications, from technical feasibility, economic viability and environmental perspectives. The platform will offer a mobile, low emission and economically viable means of power generation for the poor population in UG villages. The ultimate aim is to establish partnerships for future GCRF calls.
01-Jan-2018 - 30-Jan-2019

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