Dr. Ahmet Ozan Celik

Department of Civil Engineering

Eskisehir Technical University, Turkey

Associate Professor of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics



Ph.D., Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, United States

MS-CE, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

BS, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

Publications (selected)

  1. Investigating the Advantages and Limitations of Modeling Physical Mass Transfer of CO2 on Flat Plate by One Fluid Formulation in OpenFOAM, PP Thummala, UT Un, AO Celik Periodica Polytechnica Chemical Engineering, 64(1), 124-134, 2018
  2. CFD simulations of self-compacting concrete with discrete phase modeling, C Karakurt, AO Celik, C Yılmazer, V Kiriççi, E Özyaşar, Construction and Building Materials 186, 20-30, 2018.
  3. Investigation of wind loads on the Osmangazi Bridge with numerical modeling, AO Celik, V Kiriççi, Pamukkale University Journal of Engineering Sciences 24 (3), 376-383, 2018
  4. Accounting for the role of turbulent flow on particle dislodgement via a coupled quadrant analysis of velocity and pressure sequences, WR Shih, P Diplas, AO Celik, C Dancey, Advances in water resources 101, 37-48, 2017.
  5. Examination of changes in the Turkish hydropower development, regulation, and planning, AO Celik, V Kiricci, Energy & Environment 27 (8), 919-932, 2016.
  6. Reassessment of the flood damage at a river diversion hydropower plant site: lessons learned from a case study, AO Celik, V Kiricci, C Insel, Natural Hazards, 1-15, 2016.
  7. Instantaneous pressure measurements on a spherical grain under threshold flow conditions, AO Celik, P Diplas, CL Dancey, Journal of Fluid Mechanics 741, 60-9, 2014.
  8. Instantaneous turbulent forces and impulse on a rough bed: Implications for initiation of bed material movement, AO Celik, P Diplas, CL Dancey, Water Resources Research 49 (4), 2213-2227, 2013.
  9. Statistical distributions of in situ microcore concrete strength, K Kilinc, AO Celik, M Tuncan, A Tuncan, G Arslan, O Arioz, Construction and Building Materials 26 (1), 393-403, 2012.
  10. Distributions of Compressive Strength Obtained from Various Diameter Cores., AO Celik, K Kilinc, M Tuncan, A Tuncan, ACI Materials Journal 109 (6), 2012.
  11. Impulse and particle dislodgement under turbulent flow conditions, AO Celik, P Diplas, CL Dancey, M Valyrakis, Physics of Fluids 22 (4), 046601, 2010.
  12. Role of instantaneous force magnitude and duration on particle entrainment, M Valyrakis, P Diplas, CL Dancey, K Greer, AO Celik, Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface 115 (F2), 2010.
  13. Nonintrusive method for detecting particle movement characteristics near threshold flow conditions
  14. P Diplas, AO Celik, CL Dancey, M Valyrakis, Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering 136 (11), 774-780, 2010.
  15. Some thoughts on measurements of marginal bedload transport rates based on experience from laboratory flume experiments, P Diplas, AO Celik, M Valyrakis, CL Dancey, US Department of the Interior, US Geological, 2010.
  16. The role of impulse on the initiation of particle movement under turbulent flow conditions P Diplas, CL Dancey, AO Celik, M Valyrakis, K Greer, T Akar, Science 322 (5902), 717-720, 2008.
  17. An experimental model application of wavescreen: Dynamic pressure, water particle velocity, and wave measurements, O Yagci, VSO Kirca, MS Kabdasli, AO Celik, NE Unal, A Aydingakko, Ocean Engineering 33 (10), 1299-1321, 2006.