CURRICULUM VITAE

Personal Information

Name: Mehmet Atlar (B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D., C.Eng, MRINA, and MSNAME)

Date of Birth: 12 September 1955

Nationality: Turkish / British

Address:
 
Work

University of Newcastle
Dept. of Marine Technology
Armstrong Building
Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU
Tel.: + 44 191 222 8977 
Fax. + 44 191 261 1182

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53 High Park
Greystoke Gardens
Jesmond
Newcastle upon Tyne NE2 1PT
Tel.: +44 191 281 7595
Fax. +44 191 281 7595

E-mail: mehmet.atlar@ncl.ac.uk

Home page: http://www.marinetech.ncl.ac.uk/
 
 

Education

Kabatas Boy’s Boarding School of Istanbul

Faculty of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering,
Technical University of Istanbul (1971-1975)

Faculty of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering,
Technical University of Istanbul (1975-1977)

Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering,
University of Glasgow (1980-1983)
 
 

Qualifications

1975 BSc in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

1977 MSc in Naval Architecture (First Class)

1986 PhD in Ocean Engineering (Sponsored by Turkish Ministry of Education)

1992 Chartered Engineer
 
 

Professional Organisations

Since 1988 Member of the Society of Naval Architects & Marine Engineers

Since 1992 Member of Royal Institution of Naval Architects
 
 

Employment
1975-1977
 
 
1975-1977
 
 

1977-1979
 

1979-1980
 

1980-1983
 
 

1983-1986
 
 

1986-1989
 
 

1989-1993
 
 

1993-1994
 

1994-to-date

1999-to-date

  Research Engineer. Technical University of Istanbul, Hydrodynamics Laboratory of Turkish Ship Research Institute. Ship research and consultancy activities by using model towing facilities, cavitation tunnel and circulation channel.

Lieutenant Naval Architect and Marine Engineer. The Turkish Navy, Gölcük Dockyard. Design and construction of naval and commercial surface ships and submarines.

Teaching Assistant, Faculty of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Technical University of Istanbul. Teaching resistance and propulsion of ships for the Chair of Resistance and Propulsion.

Postgraduate researcher sponsored by the Turkish Ministry of Education. University of Glasgow, Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering. Theoretical and experimental research on the dynamic motion behaviour of offshore platforms at the Hydrodynamics Laboratory.

Research associates. University of Glasgow, Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering. Responsible for the development of computer based design tools for multi-hulled vessels and experimental validation.

Principal research officer. British Maritime Technology Ltd. (Formerly British Ship Research Association, BSRA). Research, application and consultancy in the field of ships and offshore hydrodynamics. Responsible for management of various industrial projects sponsored by national and international consortia.

Senior engineer. British Maritime Technology (CORTEC) Ltd. Commercial research and consultancy involving European and international level of project management in the area of ship hydrodynamics and deputising to the line manager.

Lecturer and Deputy Director of Cavitation Tunnel Group. Department of Marine Technology, Newcastle University.

Director of Cavitation Tunnel Group. Department of Marine Technology, Newcastle University.

Senior Lecturer. Department of Marine Technology, Newcastle University.


 

Departmental activities

Lecturing
 
Modules Class teaching( hrs)
Resistance & Propulsion I (MAR210)  28 for undergraduates
Powering of Marine Vehicles (MAR213) 36 for undergraduates *
Resistance & Propulsion II (MAR327) 24 for undergraduates *
Small Craft Hydromechanics (MAR328) 24 for undergraduates *
High Speed and Advanced Craft (MAR329) 9 for undergraduates *
Ship Performance (MAR842) 12 for postgraduates *
Ship Propulsion (MAR843) 12 for postgraduates *
  • (*) Module leader
  • Projects supervision and achievements:

    An average of 6 to 8 undergraduate and MSc project supervision every year. Last academic year supervised to 10 undergraduate final year projects and 3 MSc. student projects in topics related to ship hydrodynamics and design. In 1996 and 1997, 3 final year projects, which I supervised, won the Department’s "Best Design" award sponsored by the British Shipbuilders. In 1996 one of these projects also won the Royal Institution of Naval Architects (RINA) President’s award as "the best student project".
    In 1999, I supervised a team of 6 students for SNAME Lisnyk Ship Design (world-wide) competition who won the runner up prize with a SWATH Oceanographic research vessel design.
     

    Active supervision to following PhD and MPhil topics.
    1. "The development and validation of propeller design methods incorporating new approaches to blade section design". Start date October 1991. Degree awarded February 1995, PhD. (Jointly supervised).
    2. "Scale effects in cavitation inception and noise of marine propellers". Start date October 1994. PhD. (completed)
    3. "Non-Linear motion response simulation of multi-hull vessels in the presence of active motion controller". Start date December 1994. (Jointly supervised – in completion).
    4. "A rational design of propeller boss cap to eliminate hub vortex". Start date October 1995. M.Phil. (completed)
    5. "Optimal design of compound propulsors involving stator and ducted devices" Start date October 1995.
    6. "Hydrodynamic analysis of heavily loaded marine propellers by using higher order surface definition methods". Start date October 1996.
    7. "Investigation into resistance components of catamarans by using CFD techniques". Start date April 1997. PhD. (Jointly supervised).
    8. "Frictional resistance characteristics of a foul release coating and its potential for drag reduction". Start date October 1998, EPSRC and industry sponsored.
    Sole/Principal/co-investigator to the following externally funded research projects.
    1. "Experimental investigation on turbulence drag reduction by using compliant surfaces". (Co-investigator, jointly with Nottingham University), value: £67,000 (Marine Technology contribution: £14,000.), sponsor: MTD/EPSRC, duration: September 1993 - April 1995 (2 stages)
    2. "Experimental validation of new blade sections for propellers". (Sole Investigator). Value: £5,500, Sponsor: Japanese Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd. and Stone Manganese Marine Ltd.
    3. Duration: October 1994 – March 1995.
    4. "Development of new resistance and propeller design algorithms". (Principal Investigator), Value: £77,000, Sponsor: The Ministry of Defence, Bath, Duration: January 1995 - November 1995.
    5. "Validation of resistance and propeller design algorithms". (Sole Investigator), Value: £47,000, Sponsor: The Ministry of Defence, Bath, Duration: January 1996 - November 1996.
    6. "Experimental investigation into the vortex shedding behaviour of cylinders". (Sole Investigator),Value: £10,000, Sponsor: British Gas, Duration: October 1995 - June 1996.
    7. "Experimental investigation into propellers boss cap design". (Sole Investigator), Value: £6,000, Sponsor: Danish AP Möller and Stone Manganese Marine Ltd., Duration: October 1995 - October 1996.
    8. "Laser-based flow investigation around new propeller bade sections". (Sole Investigator)
    9. Value:£15,000, Sponsor: Japanese Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd. and Stone Manganese Marine Ltd., Duration: October 1995 - May 1996.
    10. "Design of ice-class marine propellers and shafting". (Co-investigator, jointly with Memorial University of Canada, Marineering Ltd and Lloyds’s Register of Shipping and Institute for Marine Dynamics). Value: 173,680 $ Canadian. / (Marine Technology contribution: 8,978. $), Sponsor Natural Sciences and Engineering research Council of Canada, Duration: November 1996 – October 1999
    11. "Trimaran Motion Prediction by Using Artificial Neural Network Technique, (Principal investigator), Value: £4,000, Sponsor: Defence Evaluation Research Agency (DERA), Duration: February 1997 - July 1997
    12. "Seakeeping analysis of 70m Ocean Capable Patrol Boat (OCPB)" (Sole investigator), Value: £3000., Sponsor Vosper International Ltd., Duration: September 1997 – October 1997.
    13. "Design for structural safety under extreme loads (DEXTREMEL)". (Co-investigator), Value: 153,600 ECU, Sponsor: European Community under Brite-EuRam III work programme.
    14. "Time domain simulation of non-linear vertical ship motions and loads in large amplitude waves" (Co-investigator), Value: £16,757, Sponsor: Lloyd’s Register of Shipping.
    15. "Investigation into a foul release coating system and drag reduction" (Sole investigator), Value: £48,098, Sponsor: Akzo-Nobel Ltd + EDC + EPSRC, Duration: October 1998 – October 2001.
    16. "Accurate flow measurement using a combined laser system in an ever changing and complex marine environment", Joint Research Equipment Initiative. (Principal Investigator, Jointly with Stratchlyde and Galsgow Universities), Value: £205,000., Sponsor: EPSRC + Dantec Electronics UK + SMM Ltd + Akzo-Nobel (International Paint Ltd). Awarded in January 1999.
    17. "Hydrodynamic behaviour of Break-Wheel", (Principal Investigator) Value: £3000, Sponsor: Yarrows Shipbuilders, Duration: December 1998- February 1999.
    18. "Use of Anti-fouling coatings on Marine Propellers", (Sole Investigator), Value: £3500, Sponsor: Akzo –Nobel (International Ltd), Duration: February 1999 – May 1999.
    19. "TRESHIP – Technologies for Reduced Environmental Impact from Ships – Ship maintenance processes", Thematic Network, (Co-investigator), Value; 19,000. Euro, Sponsor: EC DGXII 5th Frame Work Programme, Duration: March 1999 – March 2002.
    20. "FPSO Hull Structural Response in Extreme and Fatigue Sea Conditions", (Co-investigator), Value: £86,774, Sponsor: EPSRC + Shell UK Exploration + Armstrong Tech. Ltd + Lloyds Register of Shipping, Duration: July 1999 – December 2001.
    21. Stability Investigation of a Patrol Boat", (Co-Investigator), Value: £5,000., Sponsor :Wang Tak Engineering & Shipbuilding Co, Ltd., Duration June 1999-August1999.
    22. "OPTIPOD- Optimal Design and Implementation of Azimuthing Pods for a Safe and Efficient Propulsion of Ships", (Principal Investigator), Value: 460,000. Euro, Sponsor: EU-Land Transport and Marine technology (DG XII, 5Th Frame Work programme), Duration: January 2000 – December 2003.
    23. "FLOWMART- Efficient Low Wash Maritime Transport", (Principal Investigator), Value: 271,000. Euro, Sponsor: EU-Land Transport and Marine technology (DG XII, 5Th Frame Work programme), Duration: January 2000 – December 20003.
    24. Thrust Balanced Propeller, (Sole Investigator), Value:£3000., Sponsor: Orian Technology, Duration: January 2000-March 2000
    External/Internal Assessment of PhD Theses.
    1. "Effect of Second Order Forces on Steady Tilt Behaviour and some Applications in Dynamic Positioning Aspects of Twin Hulled Marine Vehicles", University of Glasgow, PhD examination in September 1993. (External examiner)
    2. "Prediction of Two-dimensional Separated Flows about a Circular Cylinder in the Presence of Boundaries", University of Newcastle, PhD examination in June 1995. (Internal examiner)
    3. "An Investigation of Motions of Catamarans in Regular Waves", University of Glasgow, PhD examination in April 1996. (External examiner)
    4. "Hydrodynamic loading Due to Appurtenances on offshore Structural Members", University of Newcastle, PhD examination in June 1996. (Internal examiner)
    International Research Committee Membership Visiting Fellowships
    1. Prof. Szantyr, JA of Polish Academy of Sci., Inst. of Fluid – Flow Machinery. Duration:2 x 2 weeks in May 1995, October 1996 and September 1998, Sponsor: The Royal Society, Purpose: To give postgraduate lectures and promote collaborative research.
    2. Prof. SM Calisal of University of British Columbia, Duration: A week in July 1996, Sponsor: British Council, Purpose: Promote collaborative research
    3. Assist Prof. AC Takinaci of Technical University of Istanbul, Duration: February 1996- March 1996, Sponsor: British Council, Purpose: Short term research on Propeller Boss Caps.
    4. Assoc. Prof. M. Guner of Technical university of Yildiz, Istanbul, Duration: January1997- March 1997, Sponsor: British Council, Purpose: Short term research on compound propulsors
    5. Dr. G. Patience of Stone Manganese Marine Ltd., Duration: 3 days/year since 1994 regularly, Sponsor: Newcastle University, Purpose: Professional lectures on propeller design, manufacture and performance
    6. Myself, Duration: 2 weeks in April1997, Sponsor: Sumitomo Heavy Industries Ltd, Japan, Purpose: To give professional talk and visit leading companies and Universities.
    7. Prof. O. Goren, Duration: July 1998 – September 1998, Sponsor: The Royal Society, Purpose: Research on numerical analysis of multi-hull wave resistance
    8. Assoc. Prof. M. Soylemez, Duration: July 1998 – April 1999, Sponsor: The Lloyd Register of Shipping / Newcastle University – ITU Link Programme, Purpose: To study time domain simulation of non-linear vertical ship motions and loads in large amplitude waves.
    9. Ass. Prof. A.C. Takinaci, Duration: July 1999 – July 2000, Sponsor: Orian Technology / Newcastle University – ITU Link Programme, Purpose: To study novel propulsor performance using panel based analysis procedures.
    1. Director of the Emerson Cavitation Tunnel :(Responsible for day to day running of the tunnel including the administration relating to the cavitation tunnel personnel. Initiation, planing and running of internal and external research, teaching laboratory and consultancy work. Management of equipment, material orders and maintenance. Promotion of the tunnel worldwide through research publications, commercial booklet and web page, organising international occasions)
    2. Personal tutor to average of 25-30 students each year.
    3. Had a leading role in the organising and editorial committee of International Symposium on Propeller Cavitation (PROPCAV'95) to celebrate 100 years of cavitation research, which was held in the Department of Marine Technology in May 1995. Also contributed into the paper review task and state of the art reports in 6th Intl. Conference in Marine Design, which was held in the Department of Marine Technology, in June 1997.
    4. Organising external professional talks and technical visits to landmark vessels and establishments to keep up with the technological developments in industry.
    5. The Chairman of NCT’50 International Conference on Propeller Cavitation to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Emerson Cavitation Tunnel in 3-5 April 2000.
    Membership of Internal/External committees
    1. Member of the departmental "Research Administration", "Computing" and "Experimental Facilities and Infrastructure" committees.
    2. Member of University Home page committee
    3. Member of the British Marine Hydrodynamics Panel in an observer capacity. (This panel reviews ongoing research in the field of Marine Hydrodynamics at British hydrodynamic establishments and makes recommendation for future research needs. The panel provides a link between the ITTC and UK organisations involved in hydrodynamic research and development)
    4. Technical member of International Co-operative Research Ships (CRS) for SWATH and Motion Control Working Groups during 1989-1992. (CRS is pool of leading industrial organisations, research centres and naval research centres who are engaged in Ship Hydrodynamics research and development. The technical committees consist of up to 5-10 members representing their organisations on the basis of their standing and technical capacity in the relevant field to obtain necessary funding and for the management of the project in highly competitive and professional environment)
    Others
    1. UK President of the Association of Istanbul Technical University (ITU) Alumni International. Activities of the assoc. include strengthening links between ITU and Newcastle University as well as to help and make recommendations to the University’s International Office with regard to educational affairs with Turkey
    2. Promoting sport activities, in particular basketball, at the departmental and University level by actively coaching and playing.
    Continuing professional developments Languages

    Fluent in speaking and writing in Turkish and English. Elementary level of French.

    Other Activities

    Sports fanatic, particularly, basketball. Played basketball at national, local and universities league levels. Played for Scottish Universities Basketball Select team and won runner-up and 3rd medals in 1982, 83 and 84. Coached to Newcastle University women’s basketball and occasionally men’s basketball team and still coaches to the departmental basketball and Turkish Student Society basketball teams. Enjoys reading and performing classical Turkish music.
     

    Publications

    1. ATLAR, M., "Investigation into the Effects of Scaling and Bulbous Bow on Fishing Vessel Performance", MSc Thesis, Technical University of Istanbul, Faculty of Naval Architecture, 1977 (In Turkish)

    2. (Dissertation)
    3. SMITH, S., and ATLAR, M., "On the Large Amplitude and Extreme Motions of Floating Vessels", 3rd Intl. Conference on the Behaviour of Offshore Structures (BOSS), Vol 2, Cambridge Massachusetts, 1982,

    4. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    5. ATLAR, M., SEREN, D.B. and VALIDAKIS, J., "Effect of Tilt and Hydrodynamic Interference on the Hydrodynamic Coefficients of SWATH-type Sections, Intl Conference on SWATH Ships and Advanced Multi-hulls, RINA, London, April 1985.

    6. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    7. ATLAR, M., "Towards the Understanding of Steady Tilt Phenomenon in Semi-Submersibles", PhD Thesis, University of Glasgow, Dept of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, April 1986.

    8. (Dissertation)
    9. ATLAR, M. "Towards the Understanding of Steady Tilt Phenomenon in Semi-Submersibles". 6th Int. Symp. and Exhibition, Offshore Mechanics and Arctic Engineering (OMAE’87), Houston, Texas, 1987.

    10. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    11. ATLAR, M and SCOTT, A., "Application of the SWATH Concept to Fishing Vessels Using a Design Analysis Package", Intl. Fisheries Optimisation Working Group Conference, University of British Columbia, August 1989.

    12. (Invited paper)
    13. ATLAR, M., GÜNER, M. WANG. D. "Energy Efficient Propulsors for SWATH Ships; Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Fast Sea Transportation (FAST'95), Lübeck-Travemünde, September 1995.

    14. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    15. ATLAR, M., KENEVISSI, F., MESBAHI, E., ROSKILLY, A.P. "Alternative Time-Domain Techniques for Motion Response Predictions of Multi-Hulls", 4th International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation (FAST’97), Sidney, July 1997.

    16. (Refereed intl. conference paper)
    17. CHOI, K-S., YANG, X., CLAYTON, B.R., GLOVER, E.J., ATLAR, M., SEMENOV, B.N., KULIK, V.M."Turbulent Drag Reduction Using Compliant Surfaces", Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A 453, 2229-2240, 1997.

    18. (Refereed proceeding article)
    19. GUNER, M., ATLAR, M. "A Rational Approach to the Design of Propeller/Stator Combination", Accepted/refereed in 1997 to be published in International Shipbuilding Progress.

    20. (Refereed journal article)
    21. AKINTURK, A., CALISAL, S.M., ATLAR, M. "Preliminary Design of Fishing Vessels with Seakeeping Considerations in a Knowledge Based Design System", Ocean Engineering International, Vol.2, No 1, 1998.

    22. (Refereed journal article)
    23. ATLAR, M., MESBAHI, E. ROSKILLY, A.P.R, GALE, M. "Efficient Techniques in Time-Domain Simulation Based on Neural Network", (To be presented) International Conference on Ship Motions and Manoeuvrability, The Royal Institute of Naval Architects, February 1998.

    24. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    25. GABRIEL, R., ATLAR, M. "Calculation of the Performance of a Ship Propeller with Cyclic Blade Pitch Control, International Shipbuilding Progress, Marine technology Quarterly, Vol 45, September 1998.

    26. (Refereed journal article)
    27. ATLAR, M., PATIENCE, G. "An Investigation into Effective Boss Cap Designs to Eliminate Propeller Hub Vortex Cavitation", The 7th International Symposium on Practical Design of Ships and Mobile Units (PRADS'98), The Hague, September, 1998.

    28. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    29. ATLAR, M., HASLAM, B. and MESBAHI, E. "Deep-Vee Hullforms and their Application to MULTI-HULLS, ‘Deep-VV’ Catamaran", 1st European Symp. on Yacht and Small Craft Design", University of Genova, La Spezia, October, 1998.

    30. (Invited paper)
    31. KORKUT, E., ATLAR, M. and ODABASI, A.Y., "On the Viscous Scale Effects on Cavitation Inception of Marine Propellers", 3rd ASME/JSME Joint Fluids Engineering Conference: Intl Symposium on Cavitation Inception, Paper No: FEDSM99-7297, San Francisco, July, 1999.

    32. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    33. TAKINACI, A. and ATLAR, M. "On the Importance of Boundary Layer Calculations Instead of Viscous Correction in Heavily Loaded Marine Propellers while using a Surface Panel Method", Refereed/Accepted in 1999 to be published in Journal of Ocean Engineering.

    34. (Refereed journal article)
    35. SOYLEMEZ, M. and ATLAR, M. "A Comparative Study of two Practical Methods for Estimating the Hydrodynamic Loads and Motions of a Semi-submersible", (Accepted/Refereed to be published in Journal of Offshore Mechanics and Artic Engineering (JOMAE)).

    36. (Refereed journal article)
    37. KORKUT, E. and ATLAR, M. "An Experimental Investigation into the Viscous Scale effects on the Inception of Cavitation of Marine Propellers", Under review, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering.

    38. (Refereed journal article)
    39. KORKUT, E. and ATLAR, M. "A Semi-empirical Approach to Predict the Inception of Cavitation on Marine Propellers based on Model Tests", Under review, ASME Journal of Fluids Engineering.

    40. (Refereed journal article)
    41. TAKINACI A and ATLAR, M. "A Surface Panel Method For Ship Flow Analysis with Lifting Bodies", Under review, Journal of Ship Research.

    42. (Refereed journal article)
    43. BOSE, N., BILLET, M., ANDERSEN, P., ATLAR, M., DUGUE, C., FERRANDO, M., QIAN, W and SHEN Y., "Final Report and Recommendation to the 22nd ITTC", The Specialist Committee on Unconventional Propulsors, 22nd ITTC, Seoul & Shanghai, September 1999.

    44. (Refereed intl. conference paper)
    45. ATLAR, M. "Emerson Cavitation Tunnel and Its Role in the History of Propeller Cavitation Research", NCT’50, Intl Conference on Propeller Cavitation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne, April 2000.

    46. (Keynote paper)
    Articles published in intl. conferences, Journals and bulletins
    1. ATLAR, M. and GÜNER, M. "Slipstream Deformation in Marine Propellers". First Intl. Symp. on Deformations, Istanbul, Sept. 1994.

    2. (Intl. conference article)
    3. GUNER, M. and ATLAR, M. "Rotor/Stator Propulsors", Trans. Inst. of Turkish Naval Arhitects and Marine Eng., April 1995 (In Turkish with an English abstract and conclusion)

    4. (Refereed transaction article)
    5. ATLAR, M., and GÜNER, M. "Propeller/stator propulsor for SWATH ships". Proceedings of NEWS-TEC International Conference for New Ship Technology into 21st Century. Shanghai, 1994.

    6. (Intl. conference article)
    7. CHOI, K-S, YANG, X., CLAYTON, B.R., GLOVER, E.J., ATLAR, M., SEMENOV, B.N. & KULIK, V.M. "Experiments on turbulent drag reduction using compliant surface", 1st Intl. Conf. on Flow Interaction, Hong Kong, 1994.

    8. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    9. WANG, D., ATLAR, M., KORKUT, E. "A Propeller Design Method Based on Cavitation-Free Bucket of Blade Section", International Conference on Problems of Marine Propulsion (HYDRONAV’95); Gdansk, November 1995.

    10. (Intl. conference article)
    11. AKINTURK, A., ATLAR, M., CALISAL, S.M. "Design of Multi-Hull Fishing Vessels using a Constraint Reasoning System; 6th Intl. Symp. on Practical Design of Ships and Mobile Units (PRADS'95), Seoul September 1995.

    12. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    13. ATLAR, M. "Parsons tunnel celebrates its 100th birthday", Le Magazine du Bassin d'Essais des Carénes, No. 5, February 1996.

    14. (Intl. bulletin)
    15. ATLAR, M. "Discussion of Unconventional Propulsion", Intl. Towing Tank Conf. (ITTC),

    16. Proc. Vol.2, Trondheim, September, 1996.
      (Refereed intl. conf. - Written contr.)
    17. ATLAR, M. "Discussion to Workshop on Stability", Intl. Towing Tank Conf. (ITTC),

    18. Proc., Vol.2, Trondheim, September, 1996.
      (Refereed intl. conf. - Written contr.)
    19. AKINTURK, A., CALISAL, S.M., ATLAR, M. "Inclusion of Seakeeping Considerations into the Preliminary Design of Fishing Vessels in a Knowledge Based Design System", Canadian Marine Dynamics, Ottawa, June 1997.

    20. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    21. ATLAR, M. "Recent Developments and the Emerging State of the Art in the High Speed Vessel World with a Personal View on Large Deep-V Hulls and their Further Potential", (Contr. into State of the Art Reports), The 6th Intl. Marine Design Conf. (IMDC’97), Proc., Vol.2, Uni. of Newcastle, June 1997.

    22. (Refereed intl. conference - Written contr.)
    23. MESBAHI, E. and ATLAR, M., "Applications of Artificial Neural Networks in Marine Design and Modelling", Workshop on Artificial Intelligence on Marine Applications (AIOMA), University of Hamburg, Sept., 1998.

    24. (International workshop contribution)
    25. ATLAR, M. and HELVACIOGLU, I.H., "Analysis of Combined Environmental Loading on a Floating Marina," 1st European Symp. on Yacht and Small Craft Design", University of Genova, La Spezia, October, 1998.

    26. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    27. ATLAR, M. TAKINACI, A.C. and KORKUT, E. " On the Efficiency and Cavitation Performance of a Propeller with Different Boss Caps", International Symposium Honoring Tarik SABUNCU On the Occasion of His 75th Birthday", Istanbul Technical University, December 1998.

    28. (Invited paper)
    29. Atlar, M., Kenevissi, F., Mesbahi, E., Roskilly, AP "Twin-Hull Motion Control using a Neural Optimal Controller Design", IFAC Workshop on Motion Control, Grenoble, France, September, 1998

    30. (Refereed intl. conference Article)
    31. ATLAR, M., GUNER, M and SOYLEMEZ, M " An Energy Efficient SWATH Fishing Platform", Symposium on Fishing Vessel Design, Ancona, May 1999.

    32. (Intl. conference article)
    33. KORKUT, E., ATLAR, M. and ODABASI, A.Y., "Effect of the Viscous Scale and on the Inception of Cavitation and Noise of Marine Propellers, NCT’50, Intl. Conference on Propeller Cavitation, University of Newcastle upon, April 2000.

    34. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    35. MINCHEV, D., BOSE, N., VEITCH, B., ATLAR, M. and PATERSON, I., "Propellr Ice-Milling Tests in The Emerson Cavitation Tunnel", NCT’50 Intl. Conference on Propeller Cavitation, University of Newcastle upon, April 2000.

    36. (Refereed intl. conference article)
    37. CANDRIES, M. and ATLAR, M. "A Review of Drag Reduction Techniques for Long-term Marine Application: Considering the Combination with Novel Anti-Fouling Systems", 11th European Drag Reduction Meeting, PRAG, September 1999.

    38. (Intl. workshop note)
    39. KORKUT, E., ATLAR, M. and ODABASI, A.Y., "Scale Effects on the Cavitation Inception and Noise of Marine propellers due to the Free Stream Turbulence", Gemi Insaati and Deniz Teknolojisi Teknik Kongresi, Technical University of Istanbul, December 1999. (In Turkish)

    40. (National conference article)

      Contract Reports
       

    41. ATLAR, M. "Theoretical Background of SWATH Motions with Active Fin Stabilisers". BMT CORTEC Document No. 289803-R08, February 1992.

    42. (Technical report)
    43. ATLAR, M. "SMURV SWATH MUltipurpose Research Vessel for the Mediterranean Area : Dynamic Positioning". BMT CORTEC Document No. 289803-R10, February 1992.

    44. (Technical report)
    45. ATLAR, M. and GÜNER, M. "Methodology for Initial Design of SWATH Fishing Vessel", Dept. of Marine Technology Report, October, 1994.

    46. (Technical report)
    47. ATLAR, M. and CARTER, R. "Literature survey on Series Data and Methods for ship resistance powering and propellers". Department of Marine Technology Report, May 1995.

    48. (Technical report)
    49. ATLAR, M. and PATERSON, I. "Comparative Cavitation tests of two propellers", Dept. of Marine Technology., Emerson Cavitation Tunnel Rep., February 1996.

    50. (Technical report)
    51. BIRMINGHAM, R.W.B, and ATLAR, M. " Report on Performance Analysis of ALNMARITEC’s WAVETRAIN 900 Fast Fisher Catamaran – An Independent View ", Department of Marine Technology Report, August 1996.

    52. (Technical report)
    53. ATLAR, M., WANG, D., HASLAM, B. "GODDESS-POWERING: Statement of Requirements, Functional Specifications and Technical Algorithms", Dept.t of Marine Tech., Rept. No. MT-1996-002, October 1996.

    54. (Technical report)
    55. HASLAM, B., ATLAR, M., WANG, D. "GODDESS-POWERING: User Guide", Dept of Marine Tech., Report No. MT-1996-003, October 1996.

    56. (Technical report)
    57. WANG, D., ATLAR, M. "GODDESS-POWERING: Testing, Validation and Comparison with Other Software Suits", Department of Marine Technology, Report No. MT-1996-001, October 1996.

    58. (Technical report)
    59. ATLAR, M., BIANCHI, S.T., PATERSON, I. "Experimental Investigation into Effective Boss Cap Design", Department of Marine Technology, Report No. MT-1996-005, November 1996.

    60. (Technical report)
    61. ATLAR, M., KORKUT, E. "Emerson Cavitation Tunnel Inflow Characteristics based on 2D Laser Doppler Anemometry Analysis", Department of Marine Technology, Report No. MT-1997-001, February 1997.

    62. (Technical report)
    63. ATLAR, M., KORKUT, E., WANG, D. "An Experimental Investigation into Cavitation Characteristics of Two Alternative Blade Sections Based on Laser Doppler Anemometry Analysis", Dept of Marine Tech., Rept. No. MT-1997-002, March 1997.

    64. (Technical report)
    65. ATLAR, M. MESBAHI, E. and ROSKILLY, A.P, "A Pilot Study on Time-Domain Simulation of a Trimaran Using Neural Network Trained Data Base", Department of Marine Technology Report No: MT-1997-010, July 1997.

    66. (Technical report)
    67. ATLAR, M. and KORKUT, E., "Seakeeping Analysis for 70m Ocean Capable Patrol Boat (OCPB)", Department of Marine Technology Report No: MT-1997-012, October 1997.

    68. (Technical report)
    69. ATLAR, M. and SOYLEMEZ, M. "A Comparative Study on the Hydrodynamic Forces and Motions of a Semisubmersible with Two Different Methods", Department of Marine Technology report No: MT-1997-011, October, 1997

    70. (Technical report)
    71. ATLAR, M. "Literature Survey on Propeller Boss Cap Fins and Z-Drive Propulsors",

    72. Dept. Marine Tech. Report no: MT-1997-013, October 1997.
      (Technical report)
    73. GOREN, O and ATLAR, M. "A Computational Study for the Wave Resistance Analysis of Multi-Hull forms", Department of Marine Technology report No: MT-1998-031, August, 1998.

    74. (Technical report)
    75. CANDRIES, M., ATLAR, M., MITCHELL, G.H.G AND LAMB, D., "Flat Plane Towing Experiments with two coatings", Department of Marine Technology Report no: MT-1998-034, October, 1998.

    76. (Technical report)
    77. ATLAR, M., KORKUT, E. and LAMB, D.A., "Small Scale Tests for the Measurements of Motions with an Intact and Damaged Model", Department of Marine Technology Report, DEXTREMEL Project, DTR-4.2-UNEW-03.99, March 1999.

    78. (Technical report)
    79. ATLAR, M., GLOVER, E.J. and PATERSON, I. "Measurements of Surface Pressures Due to a Brake Wheel in Emerson Cavitation Tunnel", Department of Marine Technology, Report No. MT-1999-007, March1999.

    80. (Technical report)
    81. KORKUT, E. ATLAR, M. and CLARKE, D. "Roll Motion Investigation Analysis of a 32m Patrol Boat", Department of Marine Technology, Report No. MT-1999-024, September 1999.

    82. (Technical report)
    83. ATLAR, M. and CANDRIES, M., "Coating Performance Tests with Model propeller ECT 101", Department of Marine Technology Report no: MT-1999-021, October 1999.

    84. (Technical report)
    85. ATLAR, M., KORKUT, E. and LAMB, D.A., "Small Scale Tests for the Measurements of Global Loads with an Intact and Damaged Model", Department of Marine Technology Report, DEXTREMEL Project, DTR-4.2-UNEW-11.99, December 1999.

    86. (Technical report)

    Table 1 Overall summary of ALL my publications
    Type of publication
    Number
    Theses
    3
    Articles in refereed Trans., Procs., Journals, Bulletins
    13
    Articles in refereed Intl. Confs.
    25
    Invited/Keynote papers
    6
    Articles in Intl. Confs.
    4
    Articles as written contributions
    3
    Technical reports
    49
    GRAND TOTAL
    103