JACOB Y. KAZAKIA
Born:   February, 1945, in Istanbul, Turkey
        U.S.A. Citizen
Degrees: Ph.D. Applied Mechanics, 1972 Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA 18015
         M.S.C.E., 1968 Istanbul Technical University
Positions Held:
     1989 - Present  Professor, Dept. of Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics, 
                     Lehigh University
     1983 - 1989     Associate Professor in the Dept. of Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics,     
                     and in the Dept. of Mathematics
     1979 - 1983     Associate Professor, Center for the Application of
                     Mathematics, Lehigh University
     1974 - 1979     Assistant Professor, Center for the Application of
                     Mathematics, Lehigh University
     1972 -1974      Research Associate, Center for the Application of
                     Mathematics, Lehigh University
     1969 - 1972     Research Assistant, Center for the Application of
                     Mathematics, Lehigh University
Professional Societies:
        Member of A.S.M.E.
        Member of the American Academy of Mechanics
JACOB Y. KAZAKIA
PUBLICATIONS

1. Lorentz invariant functionals of tensors. Int. J. Engng. Sci.,9, 347-371 (1971).

2. Heat-conducting micropolar fluids (with T. Ariman). Rheol. Acta 10, 319-325 (1971).

3. The interaction of large amplitude shallow water waves with an ambient shear flow: non-critical flows (with E. Varley and P. A. Blythe). Technical Report #CAM-110-22 (BRL CR #61) (1971).

4. The interaction of large amplitude shallow water waves with an ambient shear flow:non-critical flows (with E. Varley and P. A. Blythe). J. Fluid Mech. 56, II, 241-255 (1972).

5. Large amplitude waves in bounded media. II. The deformation of an impulsively loaded slab: the first reflexion (with E. Varley). Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc., London, A277, 191-237 (1974).

6. Large amplitude waves in bounded media. III. The deformation of an impulsively loaded slab: the second reflexion (with E. Varley). Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc., London, A277, 239-250 (1974).

7. Propagation of electromagnetic waves in nonlinear dielectric slab (with R. Venkataraman). ZAMP 26, 61-76 (1975).

8. Shocks and elastic plastic boundaries in rate independent materials (with E. Varley). Proc. 12th Annual Meeting of the Soc. Engng. Sci., 1975,p. 57.

9.The interaction of large amplitude barotropic waves with an ambient shear flow: critical flows (with E. Varley and P. A. Blythe). Phil Trans.Roy. Soc. London A287, 189-236 (1977).

10. Some superposition theorems for second order fluids (with R. S.Rivlin). J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. 2, 151-157 (1977).

11. Flow of a viscoelastic fluid between eccentric rotating cylinders and related problems (with R. S. Rivlin). Rheol. Acta 16, 229-239 (1977).

12.Flow of a Newtonian fluid between eccentric rotating cylinders and related problems (with R. S. Rivlin). Studies in App. Math. 58, 209-247 (1978).

13.The influence of vibration on Poiseuille flow of a non-Newtonian fluid I (with R. S. Rivlin). Rheol. Acta 17, 210-226 (1978).

14.The effect of vibration on the flow of a turbulent Newtonian fluid in a pipe (with R. S Rivlin). Mech. Res. Comm. 5, 383-384 (1978).

15.The influence of vibration on Poiseuille flow of a non-Newtonian fluid II (with R. S. Rivlin). Rheol. Acta 18, 244-255 (1979).

16.The effect of longitudinal vibration on Poiseuille flow of a non-Newtonian fluid in a noncircular pipe (with R. S.Rivlin). J. Non-Newtonian Fl. Mech. 6, 145-154 (1979).

17.Run-Up and Spin-Up in a Viscoelastic Fluid I (with R. S. Rivlin). Rheol. Acta 20, 111-127 (1981).

18.Superposition of longitudinal and plane flows of a non-Newtonian fluid between eccentric cylinders (with R. S. Rivlin). J. Non-Newtonian Fl. Mech. 8, 311-317 (1981).

19.Run-up and spin-up in a viscoelastic fluid contained between parallel plates. Developments in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, XI, 369-379 (1982).

20.Internal shear moments generated in a cylindrical canister filled with a highly viscous liquid and undergoing a gyroscopic motion. Final report to Battelle Columbus Laboratories; DON 0285 (1983).

21.The evolution of small rotational perturbations to a uniform rotation of a viscoelastic fluid contained between parallel plates. J. Non-Newtonian Fl. Mech. 15, 45-60 (1984).

22.Gyroscopic Motion of a Liquid Filled Canister. Internal Pressure and Shear Moments , Proceedings of the 1983 Scientific Conference on Chemical Defense Research, October 1984.

23.A study of active attenuation of broadband noise. J. of Sound and Vibration 110 (3), 495-509 (1986).

24.Active attenuation of noise in rectangular ducts. In First National Congress on Mechanics: Proceedings of the meeting at National Technical University of Athens, June 25-27, 1986. Athens, Greece.

25. Active attenuation of broadband noise. In Tenth U.S. National Congress of Applied Mechanics: Abstracts of the meeting at The University of Texas at Austin, June 16-20, 1986, R3. Austin, Texas.

26.Sound Waves in inhomogeneous liquids (with M. Ozturk). In Developments in Mechanics, Vol. 14(b), ed. W. Soedel and J. F. Hamilton, 789-794. West Lafayette, Indiana: Purdue University (1987).

27.Orthogonal transformation of a trace free symmetric matrix intoone with zero diagonal elements. Letters in Appl. & Engng. Sci., 26 (8), 903-906 (1988).

28. Embedded Function Methods for Supersonic Turbulent Boundary Layers, with J. He and J.D.A. Walker, 28th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, January 1990, Reno, Nevada. AIAA-90-0306.

29.An Algebraic Model for Dissipation in Supersonic Turbulent Boundary Layers, with J. He, A.T. Ruban and J.D.A. Walker, 30th Aerospace Sciences Meeting, January 1992, Reno, Nevada. AIAA 92-0311.

30.An Asymptotic Two-Layer Model for Supersonic Turbulent BoundaryLayers (with J. He & J.D.A. Walker). J. Fluid Mech. 295, 159-198 (1995).

31.Simulation of Flow Through a Labyrinth Seal (with D. Eser). Recent Advances in Engng. Sci., Proceedings of the 31st Annual Technical Meeting of the Soc. of Engng. Sci. at Texas A&M University, October 10-12, 1994, College S tation, Texas.

32.Air Flow in Cavities of Labyrinth Seals (with D. Eser). Int. J. Engr. Sci. 33, 2309-2326 (1995).

33. Leakage and Swirl Velocities in Labyrinth Seals ( with U. Yucel).  Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Technical Meeting of the Soc. of Engineering Science at ASU, October 1996, Tempe AZ.

34.  Interfacial Instability to Oblique Disturbances in a Shearing Flow of two Viscoelastic Liquids ( with K.P. Chen).   ).  Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Technical Meeting of the Soc. of Engineering Science at ASU, October 1996, Tempe AZ.

35. A Model for Adiabatic Supersonic Turbulent Boundary Layers (with J. He, A.I. Ruban and J.D.A. Walker). Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics 8, 349-364(1996).

36. Pressure Measurements in Highly Viscous and Elastic Fluids ( with B. Yesilata, A. Oztekin & S. Neti).  ASME J. Fluids Engineering, 122, pp. 626-633 (2000).

37. Supplementary Packages for Engineering 1.  Six different versions: Fall 1997, Spring 1998, Fall 1998, Spring 1999, Fall 1999, 2000.

38. Analytical Prediction Techniques for Axisymmetric Flow in Gas Labyrinth Seals ( with U. Yucel) ASME J. Eng. Gas Turbines Power, 123, pp. 255-257 ( 2001).

39. Calculation of Rotordynamic Coefficients for Straight-through Labyrinth Seals ( with Ugur Yucel) Developments in Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Volume XXI (SECTAM) , pp. 99 108 (University of Central Florida, in Orlando, Florida, May 19-21, 2002 )

 

40. Redesigning The Classroom For Online Teaching And Learning: Perspectives From a Team of Faculty and Instructional Technologists ( with N. Foster, N. Toporski, R. Deily) The 8th Sloan-C International Conference ALN. (Orlando, Florida, November 8 10, 2002).

 

41. Viscoelastic effects in pressure transduction ( with U. Yucel) J. Non-Newtonian Fluid Mech. ( to appear in 2004)

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