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Dr Fuat Kara BSc MSc PhD CEng MEI FHEA

Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering (Engineering Dynamics)

Summary

Dr Kara have expertise in different engineering fields including Naval Architecture, Mechanical Engineering, Ocean Engineering, Marine Hydrodynamics & Hydroelasticity, Aerodynamics & Aeroelasticity, Offshore Structures, Wave Energy Converters, Fixed and Floating Offshore Wind Turbines, Pipeline and Subsea Engineering.

He also has substantial experiences in individual and collaborative project bid preparations and winning with national and multi-national project partners in cross and multi-disciplinary research fields.

Dr Kara has considerable experiences in managing the taught programmes over the years, teaching in a wide variety of engineering disciplines and supervising the researchers in academic and industry related research projects at PhD, MSc and BSc levels.

Dr Kara is the author and developer of the advanced state-of-the-art transient three-dimensional wave-structure interaction computational fluid dynamics and finite elements tool (ITU-WAVE) directly in time domain in numerical marine hydrodynamics and hydroelasticity which is in high demand by the academia and industry.

  • About

    Dr Kara graduated from the Faculty of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering of Istanbul Technical University (ITU) of Turkey in 1992. He subsequently started his career as a Research Assistant at ITU and completed his MSc degree in Higher Order Vibration of Ship Structures in 1996. After receiving his PhD in Marine Hydrodynamics & Hydroelasticity at University of Strathclyde in Glasgow in 2000, he worked as a Senior Research Fellow at the same University. Dr Kara moved to Cranfield University as Lecturer in Offshore & Renewable Energy Technology, and Senior Lecturer in Marine Hydrodynamic from 2007 to 2018. He joined with Sheffield Hallam University as a Senior Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering (Engineering Dynamics) in 2018.

    Dr Kara had a range of roles in both research and academia including; 
    • Lead BENG/MENG Mechanical Engineering Courses as Course  Leader at Sheffield Hallam University
    • Established a solid foundation for a leading research group including offshore oil & gas (to contribute to the development of oil & gas industry especially in West Africa), offshore renewable energy and energy efficient marine vessels fields to contribute to the reduction of CO2 emissions and ensure energy security and affordability in Cranfield University
    • Led the Motion Dynamics and Control research group focusing on development of numerical codes in computational fluid dynamics and finite element methods for the design of the marine structure and transport vessels in University of Strathclyde in Glasgow
    • Led Offshore & Ocean Technology (OOT) MSc Courses in Cranfield University as Programme Leader & Director; Course Director; Module Manager; Group and Thesis Project Coordinator; Induction Week Coordinator; Admission Tutor. 
    • Led OOT MSc Courses with Options in Diving Science and Underwater Technology; Offshore Materials Engineering; Offshore Renewable Energy; Risk Management; Pipeline Engineering and Subsea Engineering. 
    • Led Modules of Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) – Technology; ORE – Management; Offshore Pipeline Design & Installation; Offshore Inspection; Project Management; Subsea Oil & Gas Exploitation.

    Dr Kara has research interest in fluid-structure interaction focusing on power absorption from ocean waves with isolated and array wave energy converters; maximise the absorbed wave power with optimum control strategies; electricity generation with fixed and floating offshore wind turbines; mooring system dynamics; marine hydrodynamics and hydroelasticity; aerodynamics and aeroelasticity; motion dynamics and response of floating bodies; energy efficient marine vehicles for the maintenance of floating offshore wind turbines; fixed or floating rigid and elastic mono- and multi-hull ships and other floating bodies with and without forward speed; ship dynamics; ship resistance and ship added-resistance; subsea and pipeline engineering.

  • Teaching

    Mechanical Engineering

    Dr Kara has the state-of-the-art current theoretical and practical knowledge and expertise in different engineering fields. As he has expertise in different engineering disciplines, he has extensive teaching experiences in a wide range of engineering subjects including engineering principles; mechanics of solids and dynamics; aerospace structures and dynamics; vehicles dynamics and structural analysis; hydrodynamics loads over ships and offshore energy systems (energy efficient marine vehicles, offshore wind, wave and tidal); aerodynamics and aeroelasticity of offshore and onshore wind turbines; resource estimation and design of wind and wave environments; economics of energy systems; characteristics of water waves; responses of ships, floating offshore structures and offshore energy systems; maximum power absorption from ocean waves; optimum control of these energy systems; wind turbine control strategies; power extraction from tides and tidal currents; hydrodynamic loads over risers; compressor requirements for carbon capture and storage transport; structural health monitoring; offshore pipeline design and installation; subsea oil & gas exploitations; field development planning; SURF (Subsea, Umbilicals, Risers & Flowlines); marine drilling; reservoir engineering; flow assurance; FPSO (Floating Production Storage & Offloading).

  • Research

    • Investigation of the integration of wave energy converter arrays into floating breakwater. Royal Academy of Engineering, Newton Fund, UK-China Industry Academia Partnership Programme (2017-2019)

    • Development of environmental test methodologies for Expro’s Cableless Telemetry System (CaTS™) for use in Downhole Oil Well Monitoring. Expro Group (2015) • Fundamentals of Subsea Engineering. Energy Industries Council (2012)
    • Structural Health Monitoring for Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) Injection Wells. East of England Development Agency (EEDA) (2011)
    • The effects of impurities for Capture Technologies on CO2 Compression and Transport. BCURA (2008-2010)
    • The Virtual Basin (VIRTUE). FP-6 EU (2005-2009) • Design/Operation/Regulation (SAFEDOR). FP-6 EU (2005-2009)
    • Marine Structure Network of Excellence (MARSTRUCT). FP-6 EU (2004-2009)
    • Safety at Speed. FP-6 EU (2001-2004) • Time domain simulation of free surface flow and of damaged vessels. Caledonian MacBrayne (1996-1997)

    • EPSRC
    • E.ON UK
    • RWE nPower
    • BCURA
    • European Commission (EC)   
    • BG Group
    • JP Kenny
    • GE Oil & Gas
    • IntecSea
    • Azur Offshore Ltd
    • Higher Design Ltd
    • Fugro
    • BP

  • Publications

    Journal articles

    Kara, F. (2020). A Control strategy to improve the efficiency of point absorber wave energy converters in complex sea environments. Journal of Marine Science Research and Oceanography, 3 (2), 46-54. https://www.opastonline.com/previous-issue-jmsro/

    Kara, F. (2020). Multibody interactions of floating bodies with time domain predictions. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering. https://ascelibrary.org/doi/abs/10.1061/%28ASCE%29WW.1943-5460.0000588

    Joshua, H.N., & Kara, F. (2020). Numerical Investigation of Dynamic Pipe-Soil Interaction on Electrokinetic-Treated Soft Clay Soil. Journal of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Engineering, 146 (1), 04019033. http://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)WW.1943-5460.0000531

    Oloruntoba, O., & Kara, F. (2019). Computationally efficient stratified flow wet angle correlation for high resolution simulations. International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, 10 (1), 1228-1233.

    Joshua, H.N., & Kara, F. (2018). Numerical study of electro-osmotic consolidation effect on pipe-soil interaction. Applied Ocean Research, 74, 11-27. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.apor.2018.02.011

    Shittu, A.A., & Kara, F. (2018). Review of offshore pipeline span creation mechanism. International journal of research in engineering and applied sciences, 8 (2).

    Oloruntoba, O., & Kara, F. (2017). Simplified transient two-phase model. International Journal of Modern Engineering, 17 (2), 5-12. http://ijme.us/issues/spring2017/X__IJME%20spring%202017%20v17%20n2%20(PDW-2).pdf#page=7

    Adefemi, I.O., Okereke, N.U., & Kara, F. (2017). Investigation of slug mitigation: self-lifting approach in a deepwater oil field. Underwater Technology, 34 (4), 157-169. http://doi.org/10.3723/ut.34.157

    Kara, F. (2017). Control of Wave Energy Converters for Maximum Power Absorption with Time Domain Analysis. Journal of Fundamentals of Renewable Energy and Applications, 07 (01). http://doi.org/10.4172/2090-4541.1000221

    Shittu AA, A.A., Kara, F., Jain, R.K., & Ibrahim, T.K. (2016). Design of a typical offshore transportation system for external corrosion. American Journal of Engineering Research, 5 (7), 112-128. http://www.ajer.org/papers/v5(07)/N050701120128.pdf

    Kara, F. (2016). Point absorber wave energy converters in regular and irregular waves with time domain analysis. International Journal of Marine Science and Ocean Technology, 3 (7), 74-85. http://doi.org/10.19070/2577-4395-1600011

    Kara, F. (2016). Time domain prediction of power absorption from ocean waves with wave energy converter arrays. Renewable Energy, 92, 30-46. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.renene.2016.01.088

    Kara, F. (2016). Time domain prediction of seakeeping behaviour of catamarans. International Shipbuilding Progress, 62 (3-4), 161-187. http://doi.org/10.3233/isp-160120

    Shittu, A.A., Kara, F., Ayuba, S., & Abejide, O.S. (2016). Design of a typical offshore transportation system for internal corrosion. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Applied Sciences, 6(6), 210-234.

    Kara, F. (2015). Time domain prediction of hydroelasticity of floating bodies. Applied Ocean Research, 51, 1-13. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.apor.2015.02.001

    Abili, N., & Kara, F. (2015). Integrated approach to maximise deepwater asset value with subsea fluid samplings. Underwater Technology: International Journal of the Society for Underwater, 32 (4), 245-253. http://doi.org/10.3723/ut.32.245

    Abili, N., & Kara, F. (2014). Compositional fluid tracking: an optimised approach to subsea fluid sampling. International Journal of Oil, Gas and Coal Technology, 8 (1), 1. http://doi.org/10.1504/ijogct.2014.064421

    Abili, N., Kara, F., & Ohanyere, I.J. (2014). Reassessment of Multiphase Pump on Field-Case Studies for Marginal-Deepwater-Field Devolopments. Oil and Gas Facilities, 3 (01), 56-66. http://doi.org/10.2118/165587-pa

    Abili, N., & Kara, F. (2013). A mechanistic model development to overcome the challenges of subsea fluid sampling. International Journal of Modelling in Operations Management, 3 (3/4), 267. http://doi.org/10.1504/ijmom.2013.058335

    Abili, N., Onwuzuluigbo, R., & Kara, F. (2013). Subsea controls future proofing: A systems strategy embracing obsolescence management. Underwater Technology, 31 (4), 187-201. http://doi.org/10.3723/ut.31.187

    Abili, N., Udofot, O., & Kara, F. (2012). Subsea processing – a holistic approach to marginal field developments. Underwater Technology, 30 (3), 167-176. http://doi.org/10.3723/ut.30.167

    Kara, F. (2011). Time Domain Prediction of Added Resistance of Ships. Journal of Ship Research, 55 (3), 163-184.

    Kara, F., Navarro, J., & Allwood, R.L. (2010). Effect of thickness variation on collapse pressure of seamless pipes. Ocean Engineering, 37 (11-12), 998-1006. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2010.03.014

    Kara, F. (2010). Time domain prediction of power absorption from ocean waves with latching control. Renewable Energy, 35 (2), 423-434. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.renene.2009.06.003

    Kara, F., Tang, C.Q., & Vassalos, D. (2007). Time domain three-dimensional fully nonlinear computations of steady body–wave interaction problem. Ocean Engineering, 34 (5-6), 776-789. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2006.04.015

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2007). Hydroelastic analysis of cantilever plate in time domain. Ocean Engineering, 34 (1), 122-132. http://doi.org/10.1016/j.oceaneng.2005.12.008

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2005). Time Domain Computation of Wavemaking Resistance of Ships. Journal of Ship Research, 49 (2), 144-158.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2003). Time Domain Prediction of Steady and Unsteady Marine Hydrodynamic ProblemTime Domain Prediction of Steady and Unsteady Marine Hydrodynamic Problem. International Shipbuilding Progress, 50 (4),317-332.

    Kara, F. (n.d.). Comparison of Potential and Source Methods in Time Domain with Application to Twin-hull High Speed Crafts. Journal of Ship Research.

    Kara, F. (n.d.). Wave power absorption from ocean waves in front of a vertical wall with time domain predictions. Applied Energy.

    Okereke, N., Kara, F., van’t Westende, J., & Adefemi, I.O. (n.d.). Adapting the Novel Self-Gas Lift Technique for Severe Slug Mitigation in Deepwater Scenarios. Journal of Petroleum Science and Engineering.

    Oloruntoba, O., & Kara, F. (n.d.). Improved Unified Flow Regime Transition Model. International Journal of Multiphase Flow.

    Kara, F. (n.d.). First- and second-order wave forces on rigid and elastic floating bodies with time domain predictions. Ships and Offshore Structures.

    Kara, F. (n.d.). Hydrodynamic performance of wave energy converter arrays for wave power absorptions ****** Please don't make live until the author confirms has been accepted ******. Examines in Marine Biology & Oceanography.

    Conference papers

    Okereke, N., Ogbuka, V., Izuwa, N., Kara, F., Nwogu, N., Baba, Y., ... Nwanwe, O. (2020). Advanced mathematical model for the prediction of sand production rate: A Niger-Delta case study. In SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition (NAICE) 2020, Lagos, Nigeria, 11 August 2020 - 13 August 2020. https://www.onepetro.org/conference-paper/SPE-203692-MS

    Fred, F., Okereke, N., Kara, F., Onwukwe, S., Ehinmowo, A., Baba Y, Y., & Odo, J. (2020). Techno-economic comparison of self-lift and gas-lift severe slug mitigation techniques in deepwater scenario. In SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition (NAICE) 2020, Lagos, 11 August 2020 - 13 August 2020. https://www.onepetro.org/conference-paper/SPE-203693-MS

    Kara, F. (2019). Time domain prediction of first- and second-order wave forces on rigid and elastic floating bodies. In International Conference on Offshore Renewable Energy, Glasgow, UK, 29 August 2019 - 30 August 2019.

    Kara, F. (2019). Maximise absorbed wave power with wave energy converter arrays in time domain. In International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE), Honolulu, USA, 16 June 2019 - 21 June 2019. ISOPE

    Joshua, H.N., & Kara, F. (2019). Numerical study of electro-osmotic consolidation of soft clay for pipeline stability. In 38th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering (OMAE), June 09-14, Glasgow, UK, Glasgow, UK, 9 June 2019 - 14 June 2019.

    Joshua, H.N., & Kara, F. (2018). Electro-osmotic consolidation of offshore pipelines with numerical analysis. In 37th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering OMEA), Madrid, Spain.

    Kara, F. (2018). Wave power absorption with wave energy converter arrays in time domain. In The 28th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE), Sapporo, Japan, 10 June 2018 - 15 June 2018.

    Kara, F. (2017). Effects of separation distances and heading angles for wave energy converter arrays in time domain. In ISOPE – 2017, June 25 –30, San Francisco, California, USA.

    Joshua, H.N., & Kara, F. (2017). Numerical Investigation of Electro-Kinetic Effect on Pipe-Soil Interaction. Volume 5B: Pipelines, Risers, and Subsea Systems. http://doi.org/10.1115/omae2017-61003

    Gede, T., & Kara, F. (2017). Structural response modelling of T-joint undergoing combined loading. In 36th International Conference on Ocean, Offshore and Arctic Engineering, OMEA, Trondheim, Norway.

    Kara, F. (2016). Wave Energy Converter Arrays for Power Absorption from Ocean Waves with Time Domain Predictions. Offshore Technology Conference. http://doi.org/10.4043/27062-ms

    Kara, F. (2016). Time domain analysis of array interaction and different heading angles for wave energy converter arrays. Progress in Renewable Energies Offshore. http://doi.org/10.1201/9781315229256-46

    Kara, F. (2016). Hydroelasticity of Floating Bodies with Time Domain Prediction. In The 26th International Ocean and Polar Engineering Conference, 26 June-2 July, Rhodes, Greece. https://www.onepetro.org/conference-paper/ISOPE-I-16-081

    Oloruntoba, O., & Kara, F. (2016). Improvement on Unified Flow Regime. In 10th North American Conference on Multiphase Technology, Multiphase, 8-10 June, Canada.

    Enilari, B.T., & Kara, F. (2015). Slug Flow and it's Mitigation Techniques in the Oil and Gas Industry. SPE Nigeria Annual International Conference and Exhibition. http://doi.org/10.2118/178378-ms

    Okereke, N.U., Kara, F., Omowunmi, S.C., Oyawale, M., & Adefemi, I. (2015). The Impact of Increasing Depth and Diameter on Prediction of Flow Regime Transition in Deepwater Flowlines and Risers. International Petroleum Technology Conference. http://doi.org/10.2523/iptc-18546-ms

    Okoro, R., & Kara, F. (2015). Subsea Control Module (SCM) – vital factor for well integrity and production performance in deep-water oil and gas fields. In 17th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering. 7-8 June, San Francisco, USA.

    Okereke, N.U., & Kara, F. (2014). Numerical predictions of slugging problems in pipes. Deep Offshore Technology International Conference, 14-16 October, Aberdeen, UK. In Deep Offshore Technology International Conference, 14-16 October, Aberdeen, UK.

    Kara, F. (2014). Power Absorption from Ocean Waves with Latching Control in Time Domain. In International Offshore Renewable Energy Conference, 15-17 September, Glasgow, UK.

    Ikan, I.M., & Kara, F. (2014). Integrated Offshore Pipeline and Riser Integrity, Life-Extension and Obsolescence Management System. In ISOPE – 2014, June 15-20, Busan, S Korea.

    Oakey, J.E., & Kara, F. (2013). Cranfield Offshore and Ocean Technology: current context and future direction. In SUT Conference: New Frontiers and Emerging Technologies, Keynote Lecture, Houston, USA, 2013.

    Van den Abeele, F., Vande Voorde, J., & Kara, F. (2013). Numerical Simulation of Vortex Induced Vibrations for Marine Risers Subjected to Sheared Flow. Volume 7: CFD and VIV. http://doi.org/10.1115/omae2013-10635

    Abili, N., Ohanyere, I., & Kara, F. (2013). Subsea Processing Technology, an Innovative Approach to Offshore Marginal Field Developments. In Offshore West Africa Conference Proceeding, ID no. 1, Accra Ghana, 19 – 21 March 2013.

    Abili, N., Onwuzuluigbo, R., & Kara, F. (2013). Subsea Technology Development, an Increased Systems Functionality Embracing Obsolescence Management. In Subsea UK Exhibitions and Conference Proceedings, Aberdeen, 6 – 8 Febuarery, 2013.

    Abili, N., Udofot, O., & Kara, F. (2012). Subsea Processing: A Holistic Approach to Marginal Field Developments. Offshore Technology Conference. http://doi.org/10.4043/22860-ms

    Van den Abeele, F., Vande Voorde, J., & Kara, F. (2012). Added-Value of Computational Fluid Dynamics in Offshore Pipeline Design. In Proceedings of the 9th International Pipeline Conference, IPC2012, September 24-28, Calgary, Alberta, Canada, 2012.

    Abili, N., & Kara, F. (2012). Subsea Processing- A Holistic Approach to Marginal Field Development. In Subsea UK 2012, Aberdeen, February 2012.

    Abili, N., & Kara, F. (2011). A Novel Approach to Cost Effective Subsea Reservior Fluid Sampling Method. In Deep Offshore Technology (DOT) International Conference Proceeding, ID no. 59, New Orleans, USA , 9 – 11 October 2011.

    Kara, F. (2011). Time Domain Analysis of a Point Absorber WEC in Regular and Irregular Waves. In European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference (EWTEC),Southampton, 2011, UK.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2007). Hydroelastic Analysis Using Time Domain Calculation. In MARSTRUCT 2007,Glasgow, UK.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2006). Hydroelastic Analysis of Cantilever Plate Using Time Domain Calculation. In ISOPE 2006, San Francisco, USA.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2006). Linear and Nonlinear Computations of Steady Problem in Time Domain. In International Conference on Marine Hydrodynamics MAHY 2006, India.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2005). Resistance of Ships Using Time Domain Approach. In Seventh Symposium on High Speed Marine Vehicles, Naples, 14-16 September, Italy., 2005.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2005). Steady Analysis of High Speed Crafts in Time Domain. In IMAM 2005, Lisbon, Portugal.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2005). Time domain prediction of the wave making resistance of ships. In Maritime Transportation and Exploitation of Ocean and Coastal Resources, Lisbon Portugal., 2005.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2005). Time Domain Computation of Wavemaking Resistance of High Speed Crafts. In Eighth International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation, St. Petersburg, Russia., 2005.

    Gao, Q., Kara, F., Shigunov, V., & Vassalos, D. (2004). Numerical simulation of damage ship flooding. In Proceeding of the Seventh Numerical Towing Tank Symposium, Hamburg, 2004.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2003). Time Domain Prediction of Steady and Unsteady Motion of High Speed Crafts. In Fast2003, Seventh International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation, Ischia, Italy.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2003). A 3-D Hydroelastic Time Domain Model of Ship Behaviour at Sea. In Chinese Society of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineers, Shanghai, China, 2003.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2002). Steady and Unsteady Analysis of Floating Bodies with Forward Speed in Time Domain. In International Maritime Association of Mediterranean, Crete, Greece., 2002.

    Kara, F., & Vassalos, D. (2001). Hydrodynamic and Hydroelastic Analysis of Floating Bodies with Forward Speed in the Time Domain. In Fast2001, Sixth International Conference on Fast Sea Transportation, pp.251-270, Southampton, UK.

    Vassalos, D., Ha, T.B., & Kara, F. (2000). A Comparative Study of 3-D Frequency and Time Domain Approaches to Hydrodynamic Loads of HSC. In International Conference on Hydrodynamics of High Speed Craft: Wake Wash and Motion Control, London, UK., 2000.

    Kara, F., Altay, G., & Dokmeci, C.M. (1997). Vibration Analysis of Ship Beams. In The Acoustical Society of American 133rd meeting, Pennsylvania State, USA, 1997, 1997.

    Oloruntoba, O., & Kara, F. (2017). Transient Gas-Liquid Pipe Flow: Solution using Finite Volume and a Domain Decomposition Method. In ICFMHTT 2017: 19th International Conference on Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer and Thermodynamics, Toronto, Canada, 15 June 2017 - 16 June 2017.

    Kara, F. (2016). Time domain prediction of added-resistance for energy efficient ships. In Energy Efficient Ships 2016, The Royal Institution of Naval Architects, London, 23 November 2016 - 24 November 2016. https://www.rina.org.uk/res/EES16%20Programme.pdf

    Book chapters

    Kara, F. (2018). Wave energy converter arrays for electricity generation with time domain analysis. In Offshore Mechatronics Systems Engineering, Chapter 6, 131 – 160, the CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group.

    Exhibitions

    Kara, F. (2010). All-Energy Exhibition and Conference 2010 for the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy. Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC).

    Kara, F. (2011). All-Energy Exhibition and Conference 2011 for the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy. Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC).

    Kara, F. (2012). All-Energy Exhibition and Conference 2012 for the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy. Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC).

    Kara, F. (2013). All-Energy Exhibition and Conference 2013 for the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy. Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC).

    Kara, F. (2014). All-Energy Exhibition and Conference 2014 for the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy. Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre (AECC).

    Kara, F. (2015). All-Energy Exhibition and Conference 2015 for the Renewable and Low Carbon Energy. Scottish Event Campus (SEC), Glasgow.

    Kara, F. (2012). Getenergy Global Exhibition, Education & Training Event for the Global Exploration & Production Industry. University College London (UCL).

    Kara, F. (2015). Getenergy Global Exhibition, Education & Training Event for the Global Exploration & Production Industry. University College London (UCL).

    Kara, F. (2014). British Council’s Postgraduate Education UK Exhibition. Abuja & Lagos, Nigeria.

  • Postgraduate supervision

    • Numerical modelling of electro-kinetic effect on pipe-soil interaction (2017), sponsored by Petroleum Technology Development Funding (PTDF) of Nigeria, Principal Supervisor
    • Steady state and transient two-phase flow models in pipes (2016), sponsored by Petroleum Technology Development Funding (PTDF) of Nigeria, Principal Supervisor
    • Numerical prediction and mitigation of slugging problems in deep-water pipeline and riser systems (2015) , sponsored by Petroleum Technology Development Funding (PTDF) of Nigeria, Principal Supervisor
    • Application of Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) method for damaged marine vehicles (2009), self-funded, Co-Supervisor
    • Time domain three-dimensional fully nonlinear computations of steady body-wave interaction (2006), self-funded, Co-Supervisor

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