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Dr Canan Kandilli

Associate Editor

Usak University

Brief Bio

Dr. Canan Kandilli is an associate prof. Dr. of Mechanical Engineering at Usak University, Turkey. She earned her Bachelor degree in Physics. She completed her PhD on Solar Energy in Ege University, Solar Energy Institute in 2007. She was granted a post-doc position at Institute of Energy Technology in ETH Zurich to carry out research on solar energy for the year 2008. Her studies have centred on the energy analysis of concentrated solar energy systems, and particularly transmitting concentrating solar energy via fibre optic bundles, solar lighting, spectral splitting of concentrating solar energy and photovoltaic thermal systems. She held The 7th International Ege Energy Symposium in 2014 as chairman. She is also editor of The International Journal of Research on Engineering Structures and Materials since 2015.

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Affiliations

Associate professor
Usak University
Usak Universitesi Makine Muhendisligi Bolumu 1 Eylul Kampusu , Usak , Turkey
Email: canan.kandilli@usak.edu.tr
Tel: +902762212121

Publications

Performance analysis of a concentrated solar energy for lighting-power generation combined system based on spectral beam splitting
Journal: Renewable Energy
Published: 2017

Exergoeconomic analysis of a novel concentrated solar energy for lighting-power generation combined system based on spectral beam splitting
Journal: International Journal of Exergy
Published: 2016

Performance analysis of a novel concentrating photovoltaic combined system
Journal: Energy Conversion and Management
Published: 2013

Transmission performance of fibre optic bundle for solar lighting
Journal: International Journal of Energy Research
Published: 2009

Review and Modelling the Systems of Transmission Concentrated Solar Energy via Optical Fibres
Journal: Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews
Published: 2009

Exergetic assessment of transmission concentrated solar energy systems via optical fibres for building applications
Journal: Energy and Buildings
Published: 2008