Mert Gülüm
Mert Gülüm
Mechanical Engineering Department at Karadeniz Technical University
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Density, flash point and heating value variations of corn oil biodiesel–diesel fuel blends
M Gülüm, A Bilgin
Fuel Processing Technology 134, 456-464, 2015
1312015
Measurements and empirical correlations in predicting biodiesel-diesel blends’ viscosity and density
M Gülüm, A Bilgin
Fuel 199, 567-577, 2017
632017
Two-term power models for estimating kinematic viscosities of different biodiesel-diesel fuel blends
M Gülüm, A Bilgin
Fuel Processing Technology 149, 121-130, 2016
522016
Determination of Transesterification Reaction Parameters Giving the Lowest Viscosity Waste Cooking Oil Biodiesel
A Bilgin, M Gülüm, K İhsan, N Elif, Ç Abdülvahap
Istanbul University, World Conference on Technology, Innovation and …, 2015
462015
Comparison of optimum reaction parameters of corn oil biodiesels produced by using sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and potassium hydroxide (KOH)
M Gülüm, A Bilgin, A Cakmak
312015
A comprehensive study on measurement and prediction of viscosity of biodiesel-diesel-alcohol ternary blends
M Gülüm, A Bilgin
Energy 148, 341-361, 2018
302018
Comparison of viscosity prediction capabilities of regression models and artificial neural networks
M Gülüm, FK Onay, A Bilgin
Energy 161, 361-369, 2018
212018
The performance assessment of cubic spline interpolation and response surface methodology in the mathematical modeling to optimize biodiesel production from waste cooking oil
M Gülüm, MK Yesilyurt, A Bilgin
Fuel 255, 115778, 2019
192019
Mechanical and corrosion properties of brass exposed to waste sunflower oil biodiesel-diesel fuel blends
OD Samuel, M Gulum
Chemical Engineering Communications 206 (5), 682-694, 2019
192019
Experimental investigation of the effect of various production parameters on the some fuel properties of produced biodiesels from corn and hazelnut oils
M Gülüm
Trabzon, TURKEY: Department of Mechanical Engineering, Karadeniz Technical …, 2014
112014
An experimental optimization research of methyl and ethyl esters production from safflower oil
M Gulum, A Bilgin
Environmental and Climate Technologies 22 (1), 132-148, 2018
102018
Production of the Lowest Viscosity Waste Cooking Oil Biodiesel by Using Ethanol and Potassium Hydroxide
M Gülüm, A Bilgin, A Cakmak
Journal of Clean Energy Technologies 5 (4), 289-293, 2017
92017
The modeling and analysis of transesterification reaction conditions in the selection of optimal biodiesel yield and viscosity
M Gülüm, MK Yesilyurt, A Bilgin
Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 1-16, 2020
82020
Evaluation of predictive capabilities of regression models and artificial neural networks for density and viscosity measurements of different biodiesel-diesel-vegetable oil …
M Gulum, FK Onay, A Bilgin
Environmental and Climate Technologies 22 (1), 179-205, 2018
82018
Regression models for predicting some important fuel properties of corn and hazelnut oil biodiesel–diesel fuel blends
M Gülüm, A Bilgin
Exergetic, Energetic and Environmental Dimensions, 829-850, 2018
52018
Sodyum Hidroksit (NaOH) ve Potasyum Hidroksit (KOH) Kullanılarak Üretilen Mısır Yağı Biyodizellerinin Optimum Reaksiyon Parametrelerinin Karşılaştırılması
M Gülüm, A Bilgin, A Çakmak
Journal of the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture of Gazi University 30 …, 2015
52015
Measurement and Prediction of Density and Viscosity of Different Diesel-Vegetable Oil Binary Blends
M Gulum, A Bilgin
Environmental and Climate Technologies 23 (1), 214-228, 2019
42019
Effects of various transesterification parameters on the some fuel properties of hazelnut oil methyl ester
A Bilgin, M Gulum
Energy Procedia 147, 54-62, 2018
32018
Research on Reaction Parameters About Hazelnut Oil Methyl Ester Production
M Gülüm, A Bilgin
Exergetic, Energetic and Environmental Dimensions, 873-894, 2018
32018
Determination of densities and viscosities of canola oil biodiesel-diesel fuel-isopropyl alcohol blends
M Gülüm, A Bilgin
32017
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