Chemmotological Aspects of Sustainable Development of Transport
Series Editors: T. Hikmet Karakoç, C. Özgür Çolpan, Alper Dalkiran
Book Editors: Sergii Boichenko, Anna Yakovlieva, Oleksandr Zaporozhets, Hikmet Karakoc, Iryna Shkilniuk
Available online at: Springer Link
About This Book
This book looks at chemmotological solutions to important questions surrounding sustainability and environmental safety of transport — both key priorities within the global strategy of sustainable development. Bringing together expanded versions of selected papers presented at the 8th International Scientific-Technical Conference: Problems of Chemmotology – Theory and Practice of Rational Use of Conventional and Alternative Fuels and Lubricants, contributors present solutions to problematic questions, including choosing feedstock and technologies of its processing for manufacturing alternative fuels, development and implementation of measures for improving environmental safety of transport, minimizing exhaust gases emission from transport, introducing new solution or improvements in systems of fuels supply and infrastructure, and changes in legislative and regulatory base for fuels and lubricants use. This collection will be an invaluable reference for researchers, professionals, and students involved in alternative aviation fuels, transport engineering, sustainable transport development, and fuels and lubricants.
Presents theoretical developments in chemmotology;
Highlights scientific progress in alternative fuels, lubricants, additives, and airport services;
Presents solutions for transport environmental and energy safety.
About The Editors
Sergii Boichenko, Dr.Sc., is the Head of the Department of Automation of Electrical and Mechatronic Complexes at the National Technical University of Ukraine "Igor Sikorsky Kyiv Polytechnic Institute,” Kiev. Before that, he was the Head of the Department of Chemmotology from 2007 until 2011 and Director and then Scientific Chief of the Ukrainian Research and Educational Center of Chemmotology and Certification of Fuels, Lubricants and Technical Liquids from 2005 until 2021 at the National Aviation University (NAU), Kiev. He was also Head of the Ecology Department at NAU from 2011 until 2018, when he became Dean of the NAU Faculty of Environmental Safety, Engineering, and Technologies. Professor Boichenko’s primary field of scientific interest is the effective and efficient use of conventional and alternative fuels, lubricants, and technical liquids. Over the years, he has been scientific chief of more than ten national scientific-research projects granted by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine. Since 2006, he has been a founder and head of the Program Committee of the International Scientific-Technical Conference “Problems of Chemmotology – Theory and Practice of Rational Use of Traditional and Alternative Fuels and Lubricants,” and an acting member of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO) Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection. He founded the Scientific-Technical Union of Chemmotologists and the Research (Experimental) Interactive Laboratory for Diagnosing Operational Materials in Energy and Transport (supervisor) in 2009 and 2021, respectively.
Anna Yakovlieva, Ph.D., started her research and academic career in 2010 as an Assistant Professor and then Associate Professor at the National Aviation University (NAU), Kiev, where she has been the Vice-Dean of the Faculty of Environmental Safety, Engineering, and Technologies since 2019. She received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering of Fuels & Lubricants in 2016 at NAU and a doctorate in Mechanical Engineering from the Rzeszow University of Technology in 2018. Dr. Yakovlieva was also a researcher with the Ukrainian Science Research and Educational Center of Chemmotology and Certification of Fuel, Lubricants, and Technical Liquids of NAU. Since 2021, she has been a senior researcher and head of the R&D projects at NAU. Her fields of scientific interest are renewable jet fuels, sustainable transport, alternative energy sources, and environmental protection. She is an author and co-author of more than 120 publications, including monographs, textbooks, and patents. In 2016 she was a winner of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Award for Young Scientists for research activity in developing and implementing alternative jet fuels. She is a member and vice-head of the Scientific-Technical Union of Chemmotologists.
Oleksandr Zaporozhets, Ph.D., has been a Professor at the National Aviation University (NAU) since 1999, where he was also Director of the Institute of Environmental Safety from 2008 to 2018 and Head of the Department of Safety of Life Activity from 2001 through 2013. His research areas include aircraft noise and air pollution impact assessment and abatement at airports, environmental protection from civil aviation impact, environmental risk analysis and control, flight safety, aviation security, and wind farm safety. Dr. Zaporozhets graduated from the Kiev Institute of Engineers of Civil Aviation in 1984. He has been a nominated member from Ukraine of the Committee on Environmental Protection from the Impact of Aviation (CAEP) of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) since 2009 and Scientific Supervisor of the Center for Environmental Problems of Airports (CESA) of the NAU since 2006. He is a Ukrainian Grouping of Acousticians member and contact person with the European Acoustic Association and the Institute of Aviation, Warsaw.
T. Hikmet Karakoc, Ph.D., is a Full Professor with the Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Eskisehir Technical University and Head of the Eskisehir Technical University Aviation Research Center. He received his MSc from Yıldız Technical University in 1983 and his Ph.D. from Anadolu University in 1987. Professor Karakoc is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Sustainable Aviation, has published many papers at various national and international conferences, and has authored and edited several books. He is the president of the International Sustainable Aviation and Energy Research Society (SARES) and the founding chair of the SARES symposiums ISEAS, ISATECH, and ISSA. He is the head of Eskisehir Technical University Aviation Research Center. His research areas include sustainable aviation, aircraft propulsion system, insulation, heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC), indoor air quality, gas turbines, cogeneration systems, renewable energy, energy economics, fuels, and combustion.
Iryna Shkilniuk, Ph.D., has been Director of the Ukrainian Science Research and Educational Center of Chemmotology and Certification of Fuel, Lubricants, and Technical Liquids at the National Aviation University (NAU) since 2015. Before that, she was a junior researcher and then chief of the test center (AviaTEST) at NAU from 2007 through 2009. She received a master’s degree in Technologies and Technological Equipment of Airports in 2006 and her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering of Fuels & Lubricants in 2021 from NAU. Dr. Shkilniuk is a researcher at the Research (Experimental) Interactive Laboratory for Diagnosing Operational Materials in Energy and Transport. She was a researcher with seven national scientific-research projects granted by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine from 2010 through 2020 and an executive researcher of a scientific-research project granted by the Ministry of Energy and Coal Industry. Her fields of scientific interest are microbial contamination of traditional and alternative aviation fuels, sustainable aviation fuel supply, deicing, and environmental protection. She is an author and co-author of more than 50 publications, including textbooks and patents. She is the member and vice-head of the Scientific-Technical Union of Chemmotologists.
About The Series Editors
T. Hikmet Karakoc, Ph.D., graduated from Anadolu University, the Department of Mechanical Engineering. He received his M.Sc. degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Yildiz Technical University. He received his Ph.D. degree from Anadolu University, where he started his full-time teaching. He received his full Professorship from Anadolu University, and he is currently researching at the Eskisehir Technical University. He has a wide range of research interests. His interest topics are “Sustainable Aviation, Aircraft Propulsion System, Insulation, Heating Ventilating, and Air Conditioning, Indoor Air Quality, Gas Turbines, Cogeneration Systems, Renewable Energy, Energy Economics, Fuels, and Combustion.” He has taken part in numerous Industrial Projects on these topics as a researcher, consultant, and project manager for over 30 projects and corporations. He also started a contest on special insulation applications among university students. He also served as an Editor-in-Chief, guest editor, and editorial board member roles for international scientific journals. He published national and international papers in over 300 and 40 books. Professor Karakoc actively follows membership positions for the Chamber of Mechanical Engineers and many sectorial associations, international scientific organizations, and societies. He is an active Board of Directors member of the International Association for Green Energy. He is currently holding the presidency of the SARES organization, which is actively supporting scientists and students in the “Sustainable Aviation” subject. He is also organizing four symposiums on aviation subject areas as a Founding Chair.
Can Özgür Çolpan, Ph.D., received his bachelor's and master's degrees from the Mechanical Engineering Department of the Middle East Technical University in 2003 and 2005, respectively. He conducted his PhD studies at the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering of Carleton University between 2005 and 2009. He continued his studies as a post-doctoral researcher there between 2009 and 2010 and at Ryerson University between 2010 and 2012. He has been working as a member of the Department of Mechanical Engineering of Dokuz Eylül University since 2012. In 2014 and 2019, he was appointed to the positions of Associate Professor and Professor, respectively. Dr. Çolpan has conducted research in the field of fuel cells and hydrogen and the mathematical modeling of integrated energy systems. His areas of research include modeling of direct internal reforming solid oxide fuel cells, material development and mathematical modeling for direct methanol fuel cells, development of high temperature PEM fuel cells, simulation and optimization of the fuel cell vehicle powertrains, catalytic dehydrogenation of solid hydrogen storage materials, analysis of organic Rankine cycle based systems, and analysis of biofuel fueled turbojet.
Alper Dalkıran, Ph.D., received his bachelor’s degree Faculty of Aeronautics and Astronautics at Eskisehir Technical University (Formerly known as Anadolu University) from the Avionics Department. He has completed his MSc degree in School of Science from Anadolu University in 2004 in Aviation Maintenance. He earned his Ph.D. degree in 2017 in Environmental Sustainability on Airports from the School of Science at Anadolu University by developing a model of energy-based calculations of an aerodrome. He has studies on aircraft engines, sustainability, airports, and exergy. He has a 17-year of professional experience in Airports in Information Technology, Automation, and Integration. He has managed teams on system design, projects, tests, commissioning, operational readiness, and operations. He has been working in the School of Aviation at Suleyman Demirel University since 2019 and lecturing in Flight Theory, Airline Management, and Airport Design subjects.