Curriculum Vitae






Mustafa M. Aral

Professor
Environmental Engineering
SEB 230
404/894-2243




Biography

Dr. Aral specializes in large scale environmental simulations in surface water and groundwater specialization areas. A licensed professional engineer (PE), he also has expertise in environmental exposure analysis, exposure-dose reconstruction and health risk assessment. He has numerous publications in these areas and actively pursues a state-of-the-art research program in these topics within the activities of the Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory (MESL). The research activities of the MESL program can be found on the web site: http://www.ce.gatech.edu/research/MESL/

Education

  • Ph.D., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1971.
  • M.S., Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1969.
  • B.S., Civil Engineering, Middle East Technical University, 1967.

Research Interests

  • Large scale environmental simulations in surface water and groundwater
  • Environmental exposure analysis
  • Exposure-dose reconstruction
  • Health risk assessment

Honors

  • 2015, Grand Prize in Environmental Engineering Award in Research Category by American Academy of Environmental Engineers (AAEE). Research Topic: “Using Environmental Engineering Tools, Scientific Analyses, and Epidemiological Studies to Quantify Human Exposure to Contaminated Drinking Water and to Benefit Public Health," Awarded to ATSDR – MESL/GT Research Group.
  • 2013, Sustained Interdisciplinary Research Award, in Recognition for Developing a Consistent, Comprehensive and Integrated Research Program within CEE, Georgia Institute of Technology.
  • 2011, USPHS Engineering Literary Award, for an outstanding Engineering Management Paper entitled “Stochastic Analysis of Pesticide Transport in the Shallow Groundwater of Oatland Island, Georgia.” Published in the International Journal on Water Quality, Exposure and Health, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 47-64.
  • 2011, Founders Award, American Institute of Hydrology for dedicated contribution to the profession.
  • 2011, James R. Croes Medal, ASCE EWRI, for the paper: “Optimal Design of Sensor Placement in Water Distribution Systems,” ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 136, No. 1, pp.5-18, 2010.
  • 2010. Fellow ASCE, ASCE, EWRI.
  • 2010, Life Member, ASCE EWRI.
  • 2010, Outstanding Service Award, ASCE EWRI, for Groundwater Hydrology Committee Chair activities under EWRI Groundwater Council.
  • 2010, US Public Health Service Engineering Best Paper Award, CDC, DHHS. "Reconstructing Historical Exposures to Volatile Organic Compound-Contaminated Drinking Water at a U.S. Military Base," Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 49-68, (with co-authors).
  • 2010, Best Paper Award, ASCE Water Resources Management Council, for the technical paper “Saltwater Intrusion Hydrodynamics in a Tidal Beach,” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, Vol. 13, No. 9: pp. 863-872126 (with co-authors).
  • 2006, Excellence in Applied Environmental Health Research, National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), for our work in assisting NCEH/CDC in an epidemiological study of childhood leukemia and central nervous system cancers that occurred in the period 1979 through 1996 in Dover Township, New Jersey and Camp Lejeune (Air Force Army Base) at North Carolina.
  • 2005, Engineering Technical Excellence Award, Public Health Service, USDHHS for the technical paper: “ACTS - A Multimedia Environmental Fate and Transport Analysis System." in ASCE Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management, published in 2004 (with co-authors).
  • 2003, Excellence in Environmental Engineering Award in Research Category, American Academy of Environmental Engineers (AAEE). Research Topic: “Enhancing Environmental Engineering Science to Benefit Public Health: Integrating Hydraulic Network Modeling, Spatial Analysis, and Genetic Algorithms with Epidemiologic Studies," Awarded to ATSDR – MESL/GT Research Group.
  • 2000, Best Practice Oriented Paper Award, ASCE Environmental & Water Resources Institute Planning and Management Council, for the technical paper “Using Water-Distribution System Modeling to Assist Epidemiologic Investigations,” ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 126, No. 4, 2000 (with co-authors).
  • 2000, Cuming Award 2000, The Society of American Military Engineers award to Dover Township Water Distribution System Modeling Research Team.
  • 1998, Honorary Professor of Environmental Sciences, Huazong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, Peoples Republic of China.
  • 1998, Engineering Literary Excellence Award, Public Health Serv., USDHHS for the technical paper: “Exposure Assessment Using Analytical and Numerical Models: A Case Study,” in ASCE Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive waste Management, April 1998 (with co-authors).
  • 1997, Award of Appreciation, in acknowledgment of contributions to the organization of the International Conference on Geology and Environment (GeoEnv’97), September 1997.
  • 1997, Science Publication Award, ATSDR, US DHHS, for the technical paper: “Use of Computational models to Reconstruct and Predict Trichloroethylene Exposure,” in Toxicology and Industrial Health, April 1997 (with co-authors).
  • 1997, Research Program Development Award, in Recognition for Developing a Consistent and Comprehensive Research Program in Environmental Health, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, May 1997.
  • 1996, Engineering Technical Excellence Award, Public Health Serv., USDHHS 1996 for the technical paper: “Estimating Exposure to VOCs from Municipal Water System Pipelines: Use and Application of a Computational Model, Archives of Environmental Health, May 1996 (with co-authors).
  • 1995, Award of Recognition, for the Organization of the East-West Advanced Study Institute on Environmental Issues, NATO, Scientific and Environmental Affairs Division, August 1995.
  • 1986, Best Teacher Award, Georgia Institute of Technology, June 1986.
  • 1986, Sigma Xi Research Society.
  • 1986, Outstanding Faculty Member, Georgia Institute of Technology, May 1986.
  • 1984, Award of Appreciation, in acknowledgment of contributions to the organization of the ASCE International Conference held in Atlanta, American Society of Civil Engineers, June 1984.
  • 1980, Who is Who in Science, Engineering and Education series since 1980.
  • 1976, NATO, Science Fellowship, September 1976.
  • 1976, Best Teacher Award, Middle East Technical Univ., Mathematics Department, May 1976.
  • 1973, NATO, Science Fellowship, September 1973.

Articles

  1. Maslia, M.L., Aral, M.M., Ruckard, P. Z., Bove, F. (2016) “Reconstructing Historical VOC Concentrations in Drinking Water for Epidemiological Studies at a U.S. Military Base: Summary of Results” Water. 8, 449; doi:10.3390/w8100449.
  2. Aral, M.M. and Guan, J. (2016) “Global Sea Surface Temperature and Sea Level Rise Estimation with Optimal Historical Time Lag Data” Water, 8, 519; doi:10.3390/w8110519.
  3. Demirel, E. and Aral, M.M. (2016) “Unified Analysis of Multi-Chamber Contact Tanks and Mixing Efficiency Based on Vorticity Field. Part II: Transport Analysis,” Water, 8(11), 537; doi:10.3390/w8110537.
  4. Demirel, E. and Aral, M.M. (2016) “Unified Analysis of Multi-Chamber Contact Tanks and Mixing Efficiency Based on Vorticity Field. Part I: Hydrodynamic Analysis,” Water, 8(11), 495; doi:10.3390/w8110495.
  5. Kim, S-H, Aral, M.M., Eun, Y, Park, JJ, Park, C. (2016) “Impact of Sensor Measurement Error on Sensor Positioning in Water Quality Monitoring Stations,” Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment (SERRA), DOI 10.1007/s00477-016-1210-1.
  6. Aral, M. M. and Nam, K. (2015). “Optimal Monitoring Network Design for Wind Driven and Tidal Estuaries,” ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering (Invited Special Issue paper).
  7. Aral, M. M. (2015). Climate Change and Persistent High Temperatures: Does it Matter? Frontiers in Environmental Science, Section on Interdisciplinary Climate Studies. DOI: 10.3389/fenvs.2014.00045.
  8. Chang, B., Guan, J. and Aral, M. M. (2015). “A Scientific Discourse: Climate Change and Sea-Level Rise,” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering (Invited Special Issue paper), Vol. 20, No. 1, pp. A4014003-1–14. DOI: 10.1061/ (ASCE) HE. 1943-5584.0000860.
  9. Morgan, W. and Aral, M. M. (2015). An implicitly coupled hydro-geomechanical model for hydraulic fracture simulation with the discontinuous deformation analysis, International Journal of Rock Mechanics and Mining Sciences. DOI 10.1016/j.ijrmms.2014.09.021.
  10. Zhang, A. and Aral, M. M. (2015). Characterization of CO2 Injection into Deep Saline Aquifers Using Two-phase Darcy-Forchheimer Flow, ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering. DOI: 10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943-5584.0001097.
  11. Aral, M. M. (2014). Perspectives and Challenges on Climate Change and Its Effects on Water Quality and Health, Water Q. Exp. And Health, Vol. 6, pp1, DOI 10.1007/s12403-014-0125-7.
  12. Chang, B., Guan, J. and Aral, M. M. (2013). “Modeling Spatial Variations of Sea Level Rise and Corresponding Inundation Impacts: A Case Study for Florida, U.S.A.,” Journal of Water Quality Exposure and Health (Climate Change Special Issue), DOI 10.1007/s12403‐013¬0099‐x.
  13. Guan, J., Zhang, A. and Aral, M. M. (2013). “An Optimization Approach for Sustainable Development Planning of Savanna Systems,” Journal of Arid Environments, Vol. 98, pp. 60-69:
  14. Guan, J., Chang, B. and Aral, M. M. (2013). “A Dynamic Control System Model for Global Temperature Change and Sea level Rise in Response to CO2 Emissions,” Climate Research, Vol. 58: 55–66, DOI: 10.3354/cr01189
  15. Aral, M. M. (2013) “Climate Change and Human Population Dynamics,” Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health: Special Issue on Climate Change, Vol. 5, No. 4, pp. DOI: 10.1007/s12403‐013‐0091‐5.
  16. Dede, O. T., Telci, I. and Aral, M. M. (2013) “The Use of Water Quality Index Models for the Evaluation of Surface Water Quality: A case study for Kirmir Basin, Ankara, Turkey,” Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health, Vol. 5, No. 1, pp. (in print).
  17. Chuljin, P., Telci, I. Kim, S‐H and Aral, M. M. (2013) “Designing Optimal Water Quality Monitoring Network for River Systems Using Constrained Discrete Optimization via Simulation,” Engineering Optimization, Vol. , No. , pp. (in print).
  18. Aral, M. M., Guan, J. and Chang, B. (2013) “A Dynamic System Model to Predict Global Sea‐Level Rise and Temperature Change” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, Closure, Vol. 18, No. 2, (in print).
  19. Aral, M. M., Guan, J. and Chang, B. (2012) “A Dynamic System Model to Predict Global Sea‐Level Rise and Temperature Change” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, Vol. 17, No. 2, pp237‐ 242, doi:10.1061/(ASCE)HE.1943‐5584.0000447.
  20. Maslia, M. L., Aral, M. M. et al.(2011) Discussion on: ‘‘Complexities in Hindcasting Models— When Should We Say Enough Is Enough,’’ by T. Prabhakar Clement, Groundwater, v. 49, no. 5: 620–629.
  21. Goktas, R. K. and Aral, M. M. (2011) “Integrated Dynamic Modeling of Contaminant Fate and Transport within a Soil–Plant System,” Vadose Zone Journal, Vol. 10, 1130‐1150.
  22. Ilker, T. T. and Aral, M. M. (2011) "Contaminant Source Location Identification in River Networks Using Water Quality Monitoring Systems for Exposure Analysis," Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health, Vol. 2, No. 4, pp. 205‐218.
  23. Aral, M. M. (2011) “Editorial: Surgery was Successful but the Patient Died,” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 91‐92.
  24. Aral, M. M., Guan, J., Maslia, M.L. (2010) “Optimal Design of Sensor Placement in Water Distribution Systems,” ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, Vol. 136, N0.1, pp.5‐18.
  25. Anderson, B. A., Maslia, M.L., Caparoso, J. L., Ausdemore, D. and Aral, M. M. (2010) "Stochastic Analysis of Pesticide Transport in the Shallow Groundwater of Oatland Island, USA," Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health, Vol. 2, No. 1, pp. 47‐64.
  26. Ilker, T. T., Nam, K., Guan, J. and Aral, M. M. (2009) “Optimal Water Quality Monitoring Network Design for River Systems,” Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 90, pp. 2987‐2998.
  27. Maslia, M.L., Aral, M. M., Faye, R.E., Suárez‐Soto, R. J., Sautner, J.B., Wang, J., Jang, W., Bove, F. J ., and Ruckart, P.Z.. (2009) "Reconstructing Historical Exposures to Volatile Organic Compound‐Contaminated Drinking Water at a U.S. Military Base," Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 49‐68.
  28. Aral, M. M. (2009) “Water Quality, Exposure and Health: Purpose and Goals,” Journal of Water Quality, Exposure and Health, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 1‐4.
  29. Kilic, G. K. and Aral, M. M. (2009) “A Fugacity Based Continuous and Dynamic Fate and Transport Model for River Networks and Its Application to Altamaha River,” Journal of Science of the Total Environment, Vol. 407, No.12, pp. 3855‐3866.
  30. Jang, W. and Aral, M. M. (2008) “Multiphase Flow Fields in In‐Situ Air Sparging and It’s Effect on Remediation” International Journal on Transport in Porous Media, 76, pp. 99‐119.
  31. Park, C‐H and Aral, M. M. (2008) “Saltwater Intrusion Hydrodynamics in a Tidal Beach,” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 13(9): pp. 863‐872.
  32. Kilic, GS and Aral, M. M. (2008) “Probabilistic Fugacity Analysis of Lake Pontchartrain Pollution after Hurricane Katrina”, Journal of Environmental Management, 88(3): pp. 448‐457.
  33. Jang, W. and Aral, M. M. (2008) “Effect of Biotransformation on Multi‐species Plume Evolution and Natural Attenuation” International Journal on Transport in Porous Media, 72(2): pp. 207‐226.
  34. Guan, J., Kentel E. and Aral, M. M. (2008) “Genetic Algorithm for Constrained Optimization Models and Its Application,” ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 134(1): pp. 64‐72.
  35. Ayvaz, T., Karahan, H. and Aral, M. M. (2007). “Aquifer Parameter and Zone Structure Estimation Using Kernel‐Based Fuzzy C‐Means Clustering and Genetic Algorithm,” Journal of Hydrology, 343 (3‐4): pp. 240‐253.
  36. Jang, W and Aral, M. M. (2007) “Density Driven Transport of Volatile Organic Compounds and Its impact on Contaminated Groundwater Plume Evolution,” Journal of Transport in Porous Media, 67(3): pp. 353‐374.
  37. Park, C‐H and Aral, M. M. (2007) “Sensitivity of the Solution of Elders Problem to Density, Velocity and other Numerical Perturbations,” Journal of Contaminant Hydrology, 92: pp.33‐49.
  38. Kentel, E. and Aral, M. M. (2007) “Risk Tolerance Measure for Fuzzy Health Risk Assessment,” International Journal for Stochastic Environmental Research & Risk Assessment (SERRA), 21: pp. 405‐417.
  39. Kentel, E. and Aral, M. M. (2007) “Fuzzy Multi‐Objective Decision Making Approach to Evaluate Pumping Demands in Coastal Aquifers: A Case Study for Savannah Georgia”, ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, March 12(2): pp. 206‐217.
  40. Guan, J., Aral, M. M., Maslia, M. L. and Grayman, W. M. (2006) “Identification of Contaminant Sources in Water‐Distribution Systems Using Simulation‐Optimization Method: A Case Study,” ASCE, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, July 132(4): pp. 252‐ 262.
  41. Gunduz, O. and Aral, M. M. (2005) “A Dirac‐Delta Function Notation for Source/Sink Terms in Groundwater Flow,” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 10(5): pp. 420‐427.
  42. Guan, J. and Aral, M. M. (2005) “Remediation System Design with Multiple Uncertain Parameters using Fuzzy Sets and Genetic Algorithm,” ASCE Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 10(5): pp. 386‐394.
  43. Maslia, ML, Reyes, JJ, Gillig, RE, Sautner, JB, Fagliano, JA and Aral, M. M. (2005) “Public Health Partnerships Addressing Childhood Cancer Investigations: Case Study of Toms River, Dover Township, New Jersey, USA,” International Journal of Hygiene and Environmental Health, 208: pp. 45‐54.
  44. Kentel, E. and Aral, M. M. (2005). “2D Monte Carlo versus 2D Fuzzy Monte Carlo Health Mustafa M. Aral Page 7 1/30/2013 Risk Assessment,” International Journal for Stochastic Environmental Research & Risk Assessment (SERRA), 19: 86‐96.
  45. Gunduz, O. and Aral, M. M. (2005). “River Networks and Groundwater Flow: Simultaneous Solution of a Coupled System,” J. of Hydrology 301(1‐4): 216‐234.
  46. Aral, M.M., Guan, J., Liao, B., Maslia, M.L., Sautner, J., Williams, R. and Reyes, J.J. 2004. “Optimal Reconstruction of Historical Water Supply to a Water‐Distribution System: B Applications”, Journal of Water and Health, 2:137‐156.
  47. Aral, M. M., Guan, J., Liao, B., Maslia, M.L., Sautner, J., Williams, R. and Reyes, J.J. 2004. “Optimal Reconstruction of Historical Water Supply to a Water‐Distribution System: A. Methodology”, Journal of Water and Health, 2:123‐136.
  48. Kentel, E. and Aral, M. M. (2004). “Probabilistic‐Fuzzy Health Risk Modeling,” International Journal for Stochastic Environmental Research & Risk Assessment (SERRA), 18: 324‐338.
  49. Zhang, Y. and Aral, M. M. (2004). "Solute Transport in Open‐Channel Networks in Unsteady Flow Regime." Environmental Fluid Mechanics 4(3): 225‐247.
  50. Park, C. H. and Aral, M. M. (2004). "Multi‐objective optimization of pumping rates and well placement in coastal aquifers." Journal of Hydrology 290(1‐2): 80‐99.
  51. Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M. M. (2004). "ACTS ‐ A Multimedia Environmental Fate and Transport Analysis System." ASCE Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive waste Management‐Asce 8(3): 181‐198.
  52. Guan, J. B. and M. M. Aral (2004). "Optimal design of groundwater remediation systems using fuzzy set theory." Water Resources Research 40(1): 1‐20.
  53. Jang, W. Y. and Aral, M. M. (2003). "Concentration evolution of gas species within a collapsing bubble in a liquid medium." Env. Fluid Mechanics 3(3): 173‐193.
  54. Maslia, M. L., Sautner, J. B. and Aral, M. M. (2002). "Using water‐distribution system modeling to assist epidemiologic investigations." Epidemiology 13(4): S86‐S86.
  55. Aral, M. M. and B. Liao (2002). "Effect of groundwater table fluctuations on LNAPL thickness in monitoring wells." Environmental Geology 42(2‐3): 151‐161.
  56. Aral, M. M., J. Guan, et al. (2002). "Optimal reconstruction of hydraulic management of a water distribution system." Epidemiology 13(4): S86‐S86.
  57. Aral, M. M., J. B. Guan, et al. (2002). "Closure to "Identification of contaminant source location and release history in aquifers" by Mustafa M. Aral, Jiabao Guan, and Morris L. Maslia." Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 7(5): 400‐401.
  58. Aral, M. M., J. B. Guan, et al. (2001). "Identification of contaminant source location and release history in aquifers." Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 6(3): 225‐234.
  59. Maslia, M. L., Sautner, J. B., Aral, M. M., et al. (2000). "Using water‐distribution system modeling to assist epidemiologic investigations." Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management‐Asce 126(4): 180‐198.
  60. Liao, B. S. and Aral, M. M. (2000). "Semi‐analytical solution of two‐dimensional sharp interface LNAPL transport models." Journal of Contaminant Hydrology 44(3‐4): 203‐221.
  61. Aral, M. M., Y. Zhang, et al. (2000). "Application of relaxation scheme to wave‐propagation simulation in open‐channel network ‐ Closure." Journal of Hydraulic Engineering‐Asce 126(1): 91‐91.
  62. Aral, M. M. and B. S. Liao (2000). "LNAPL thickness interpretation based on bail‐down tests." Ground Water 38(5): 696‐701.
  63. Liao, B. and Aral, M. M. (1999). "Interpretation of LNAPL Thickness Measurements under Fluctuating Groundwater Table Conditions." Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 4(2): 125‐ 134.
  64. Guan, J. B. and Aral, M. M. (1999). "Progressive genetic algorithm for solution of optimization Mustafa M. Aral Page 6 1/30/2013 problems with nonlinear equality and inequality constraints." Applied Mathematical Modelling 23(4): 329‐343.
  65. Guan, J. and Aral, M. M. (1999). "Optimal remediation with well locations and pumping rates selected as continuous decision variables." Journal of Hydrology 221(1‐2): 20‐42.
  66. Aral, M. M., Y. Zhang, et al. (1998). "Application of relaxation scheme to wave‐propagation simulation in open‐channel networks." Journal of Hydraulic Engineering‐Asce 124(11): 1125‐1133.
  67. Maslia, M. L., Aral, M. M., et al. (1997). "Exposure assessment Using Analytical and Numerical Models: A Case Study." Practice Periodical of Hazardous, Toxic, and Radioactive Waste Management‐ASCE 1(2): 50‐60.
  68. Maslia, M. L., Aral, M. M., et al. (1996). "Use of computational models to reconstruct and predict trichloroethylene exposure." Toxicology and Industrial Health 12(2):139‐152.
  69. Aral, M. M. and B. Liao (1996). "Analytical Solutions for Two‐Dimensional Transport Equation with Time Dependent Dispersion Coefficients." Journal of Hydrologic Engineering 1(1): 20‐ 32.
  70. Aral, M. M., M. L. Maslia, et al. (1996). "Estimating exposure to volatile organic compounds from municipal water‐supply systems: Use of a better computational model." Archives of Environmental Health 51(4): 300‐309.
  71. Maslia, M. L., Aral, M. M., et al. (1994). "Exposure Assessment of Populations Using Environmental Modeling, Demographic‐Analysis, and Gis." Water Resources Bulletin 30(6): 1025‐1041.
  72. Aral, M. M., M. L. Maslia, et al. (1993). "Groundwater Remediation Using Smart Pump and Treat ‐ Discussion." Ground Water 31(4): 680‐681.
  73. Tang, Y. and Aral, M. M. (1992). "Contaminant Transport in Layered Porous‐Media .2. Applications." Water Resources Research 28(5): 1399‐1406.
  74. Tang, Y. and Aral, M. M., (1992). "Contaminant Transport in Layered Porous‐Media .1. General‐ Solution." Water Resources Research 28(5): 1389‐1397.
  75. Ratzlaff, S. A. and Aral, M. M.. (1992). "Optimal‐Design of Groundwater Capture Systems Using Segmental Velocity‐Direction Constraints." Ground Water 30(4): 607‐612.
  76. Maslia, M. L., Aral, M. M., et al. (1992). "Evaluation of Groundwater‐Flow Regime at a Landfill with Liner System." Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part a‐Environmental Science and Engineering & Toxic and Hazardous Substance Control A27(7): 1793‐1816.
  77. Aral, M. M. and Y. Tang (1992). "Flow against Dispersion in 2‐Dimensional Regions." Journal of Hydrology 140(1‐4): 261‐277.
  78. Zakikhani, M. and Aral, M. M. (1989). "Direct and Boundary‐Only Solutions of Multilayer Aquifer Systems .B. Unsteady‐State Solution." J. of Hydrology 111(1‐4): 69‐87.
  79. Zakikhani, M. and Aral, M. M. (1989). "Direct and Boundary‐Only Solutions of Multilayer Aquifer Systems .A. Steady‐State Solution." Journal of Hydrology 111(1‐4): 49‐67.
  80. Aral, M. M. and T. Yi (1989). "A Boundary‐Only Procedure for Transient Transport Problems with or without 1st‐Order Chemical‐Reaction." Applied Mathematical Modeling 13(3): 130‐137.
  81. Aral, M. M. (1989). "Waste Stabilization in Multilayer Aquifers by Optimal Hydraulic Control." Ground Water 27(4): 517‐523.
  82. Aral, M. M. (1989). "Semianalytic Boundary Element Solution of Groundwater Seepage Problems." Water Resources Research 25(7): 1495‐1503.
  83. Aral, M. M. and Y. Tang (1988). "A New Boundary Element Formulation for Time‐Dependent Confined and Unconfined Aquifer Problems." Water Resources Research 24(6): 831‐842.
  84. Aral, M. M. and Y. Tang (1988). "A Boundary Only Procedure for Time‐Dependent Diffusion‐ Equations." Applied Mathematical Modelling 12(6): 610‐618.
  85. Aral, M. M. (1987). "An Unsteady Regional Multilayered Aquifer Model for Microcomputers." Mustafa M. Aral Page 5 1/30/2013 International Journal for Microcomputers in Civil Engineering 2(3): 197‐206.
  86. Aral, M. M. (1986). "A Regional Multilayered Aquifer Model for Microcomputers." International Journal for Microcomputers in Civil Engineering 1(1): 69‐78.
  87. Aral, M. M. (1985). "Aquifer Parameter Prediction in Leaky Aquifers." Journal of Hydrology 80(1‐ 2): 19‐44.
  88. Aral, M. M. and M. L. Maslia (1984). "Unsteady Seepage Analysis of Wallace Dam ‐ Closure." Journal of Hydraulic Engineering‐Asce 110(5): 671‐673.
  89. Aral, M. M. and M. L. Maslia (1983). "Unsteady Seepage Analysis of Wallace Dam." Journal of Hydraulic Engineering‐Asce 109(6): 809‐826.
  90. Ozsoy, E., Aral M. M., et al. (1982). "Coastal Amplification of Tsunami Waves in the Eastern Mediterranean." Journal of Physical Oceanography 12: 117‐126.
  91. Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M. M. (1982). "Evaluation of a Chimney Drain Design in an Earth‐fill Dam." Ground Water 20(1): 22‐31.
  92. Aral, M. M. and T. W. Sturm (1982). "Groundwater Pumping from Shallow Axisymmetric Ponds." Journal of the Hydraulics Division‐Asce 108(12): 1469‐1485.
  93. Aral, M. M. (1981). "A One Dimensional Mass‐Transport Model for Natural Rivers." Journal of Environmental Systems 11(2): 139‐154.
  94. Aral, M. M. (1980). "Steady Jet Impingement on Straight and Curved Surfaces." Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 13(3): 349‐368.
  95. Aral, M. M. and U. Gulcat (1977). "Finite‐Element Laplace Transform Solution Technique for Wave‐Equation." International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 11(11): 1719‐1732.
  96. Aral, M. M. and N. Isilgan (1973). "Seepage Through Earth Dams: A Finite Element Solution." Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences 6(2): 185‐194.
  97. Martin, C. S. and Aral, M. M. (1971). "Seepage Force on Interfacial Bed Particles." Journal of the Hydraulics Division‐ASCE 97(HY7): 1081‐1101.

Books

  1. Aral, M. M. (2011) “Environmental Modeling and Health Risk Analysis,” Springer Publishers, Berlin, 487p., ISBN 978‐90‐481‐8607‐5.
  2. Aral, M. M., “Groundwater Management Closure,” Chapter 14 in Groundwater Quality and Quantity Management, Editors Aral, M. M. and Taylor, S., ASCE, pp. 560-568, ISBN-978-0-7844-1176-6,2011.
  3. Jang, W. and Aral, M. M., “In-Situ Air Sparging and Thermal Venting in Ground Water Remediation,” Chapter 11 in Groundwater Quality and Quantity Management, Editors Aral, M. M. and Taylor, S., ASCE, pp. 530-575, ISBN-978-0-7844-1176-6, 2011.
  4. Aral, M. M. and Taylor, S., “Groundwater Quality and Quantity Management,” ASCE, 573p, ISBN-978-0-7844-1176-6, 2011.
  5. Aral, M. M. , “Saltwater Intrusion Management in Urban Area Aquifers - A Case Study for Savannah, Georgia,“ The Effects of Urbanization on Groundwater: An Engineering Case-based Approach for Sustainable Development, Editor, Ni-Bin Chang, ASCE/EWRI publication, pp. 51-89, 2010.
  6. Aral, M. M., Brebbia, C., Maslia, M., and Sinks, T., (Editors), “Environmental Exposure and Health,” Proceedings of the st International Conference on Environmental Exposure and Health, Atlanta Ga. USA, WIT Press, 502p, 2005.
  7. Aral, M. M. and Gunduz, O., Large-Scale Hybrid Watershed Modeling, Section 2 in “WATERSHED MODELS,” CRC Press, 2005, Ed. Dr. Vijay Singh, 75-95pp.
  8. Aral, M. M. and Gunduz, O., Scale Effects in Large Scale Watershed Modeling, Chapter 11 in “ADVANCES IN HYDROLOGY”, Ed. by V. Singh and R. N. Yadava, 2003.
  9. Aral, M. M. and Maslia, M. L., Application of Monte Carlo Simulations in Analytical Contaminant Transport Modeling, Chapter 13, pp. 305-315, in ASCE book on “Groundwater Quality Modeling and Management Under Uncertainty,” Ed. by Srikan Tamishra, 2003.
  10. Aral, M. M. and Guan, J., "Genetic Algorithms in Search of Groundwater Pollution Sources," NATO Adv. Study Inst. on Ground Water Pollution Control and Remediation, Kluwer Acad. Publ., pp. 347-369, January 1996.
  11. Aral, M. M., Shea, C., and Al-Khayyal ,F. , "Optimal Design of Pump-and Treat Well Networks," NATO Adv. Study Inst. on Ground Water Pollution Control and Remediation, Kluwer Acad. Publ., pp. 307-333, January 1996.
  12. Aral, M. M., Editor, Recent Advances in Ground-Water Pollution Control and Remediation, NATO Adv. Study Inst., Kluwer Acad. Publ., 609p, January 1996.
  13. Aral, M. M., Shea, C., and Al-Khayyal, F., "Optimization Methods in Ground Water Management," Review Paper in Volume 8, "Applications of Management Science: Network Optimization Applications," JAI Press Inc., pp. 213-246, 1995.
  14. Aral, M. M., Ground Water Modeling in Multilayer Aquifers - Unsteady Flow, Lewis Publ. Inc., 1990.
  15. Aral, M. M., Ground Water Modeling in Multilayer Aquifers - Steady Flow, Lewis Publ. Inc., 1990.

Proceedings

  1. Aral, M. M. (2016) “Transition from simple, complicated to complex systems,” YTSAM International Conference, Ankara, Turkey, September 14, 2016.
  2. Kentel, E., Gunduz, O. and Aral, M. M. (2015). “Critical Infrastructure Management: Risk, Resilience, Extent Concepts,” The International Emergency Management Society 2015 Annual Conference, 30th September - 2nd October 2015, Rome, Italy.
  3. Morgan, W. and Aral, MM. (2015). “Modeling Hydraulic Fracturing in Pre-Fractured Rock Using the Discontinuous Deformation Analysis." 49th U.S. Rock Mechanics/Geomechanics Symposium, June 28 – July 1, 2015, San Francisco, USA.
  4. Aral, MM. (2014). Application of Water-Modeling Tools to Reconstruct Historical Drinking Water Concentrations in Epidemiological Studies, Exposure Science Integration to Protect Ecological Systems, Human Well-Being, and Occupational Health 24th Annual Conference of The International Society of Exposure Science, Cincinnati, Ohio.
  5. Chang, B, Guan, J and Aral MM (2013). “Spatial Analysis of Climate Change and Sea Level Rise,” ASCE, EWRI, IPWE 2013 Congress, Izmir, Turkey, January 2013.
  6. Dede, OT, Telci, IT and Aral MM (2013). “Water Quality Index Assessment of Surface Waters near Ankara, Turkey,” ASCE, EWRI, IPWE 2013 Congress, Izmir, Turkey, January 2013.
  7. Telci, IT and Aral MM (2012). “Renewable Energy Production from Water Distribution Systems.” Hydro Research Foundation Conference.
  8. Guan, J., Biao, C. and Aral, MM, (2012). “Exploration for Impact of Radiative Forcing on Global Warming and Sea‐Level Rise,” ASCE, EWRI Water Resources Congress, Albequerque, NM, May.
  9. Biao, C, Guan, J. and Aral, MM, (2012). “Semi‐Empirical Modeling of Spatial Variations in Sea Level Rise,” ASCE, EWRI Water Resources Congress, Albequerque, NM, May.
  10. Aral, M. M., Guan, J. and Chang, B. (2011). “Climate Change and Sea Level Rise,” ASCE, EWRI Water Resources Congress, Palm Springs California, May 55‐68.
  11. Maslia, M. L., Aral, M. M. and Faye R. (2011). “Impact of Historical Contaminant Source Uncertainty Analysis and Variability on Human Health Risk,” ASCE, EWRI Water Resources Congress, Palm Springs California, May 25‐30.
  12. Guan, J., Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M. M. (2011). “Reconstruction of Groundwater Contamination History in Hadnot Point Area of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina Using Linear Stochastic Model,” ASCE, EWRI Water Resources Congress, Palm Springs California, May 25‐30.
  13. Park. C., S.‐H. Kim, I. Telci and M. M. Aral. (2010). “Designing Optimal Water Quality Monitoring Networks for River Systems and Application to a Hypothetical case, Proceedings of the 2010 Winter Simulation Conference, Austin, TX. (invited).
  14. Aral, M. M. (2010) “Resilience Analysis of Climate Change Effects on Water Quality,” NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Climate Change and Health, Izmir, Turkey.
  15. Guan, J. Jang, W., Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M. M. (2010). “Historical Reconstruction of Groundwater Contamination at Contaminated Sites and Uncertainty Analysis,” ASCE, EWRI Water Resources Congress, Rhode Island. May 25‐30.
  16. Jang, W. Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M. M. (2010). “The Effect of Atmospheric Chemical Release on the Reduction in Groundwater Pollution by CVOCs,” ASCE, EWRI Water Resources Congress, Rhode Island. May 25‐30.
  17. Aral, M. M., Guan, J., and Maslia, M. L. (2009). "Reconstructing Groundwater Contamination History: A Control Theory Based Approach," Water and Public health, American Public Health Association Conference, Philadelphia, PA, November 7‐11.
  18. Guan, J., Maslia, M. L. and M. M. Aral. (2009) "A Novel Methodology to Reconstruct Groundwater Contamination History with Limited Field Data," World Environmental & Mustafa M. Aral Page 14 1/30/2013 Water Resources Congress 2009, American Society of Civil Engineers, Kansas City, Missouri, May 17‐21.
  19. Jang, W. and M. M. Aral. (2009) "Modeling of chlorinated VOCs transport under dual bioreactions," World Environmental & Water Resources Congress 2009, American Society of Civil Engineers, Kansas City, Missouri, May 17‐21.
  20. Suarez‐Soto, R. J., Anderson, B. A., Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M. M., “A Comparison Between Biochlor and the Analytical Contaminant Transport System (ACTS) for a Case Study in Coastal Georgia,” Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE/EWRI, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 12‐16, 2008.
  21. Maslia, M.L., R.E. Faye, M.M. Aral, F.J. Bove, and W. Jang. (2008) “Historical reconstruction of single‐specie and multispecies PCE‐contaminated drinking water, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina,” World Environmental & Water Resources Congress 2008, American Society of Civil Engineers, Honolulu, HI, May 13‐16.
  22. Jang, W. and Aral, M. M., “The Effect of Oxygen Transport on Biotransformation of Trichloroethylene in the Subsurface,” Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE/EWRI, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 12‐16, 2008.
  23. Aral, M. M., Guan, J. and Maslia, M. L., “A Multi‐objective Optimization Algorithm for the Solution of Water Sensor Placement Problem in Water Distribution Systems,” Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE/EWRI, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 12‐16, 2008.
  24. Guan, J. and M., Aral, M.M., “Identification of Contaminant Sources in Aquifers under Uncertainty,” Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE/EWRI, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 12‐16, 2008.
  25. Telci, I. T., Nam, K., Guan, J. and Aral, M.M., “Real Time Optimal Monitoring Network Design in River Netwroks,” Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE/EWRI, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 12‐16, 2008.
  26. Suarez‐Soto, R., Wang, J., Faye, R. E., Maslia, L. M., Aral, M.M. and Bove, F. J., “Historical Reconstruction of PCE‐Contaminated Drinking Water Using Probabilistic Analysis at U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina,” Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE/EWRI, Honolulu, Hawaii, May 12‐16, 2008.
  27. Ayvaz, T., Karahan, H. and Aral, MM. (2007). “Determination of Aquifer Parameters and Parameter Structures with Genetic Algorithm,” National Hydrology Congress, Middle East Technical University, September 5‐7, [CD‐ROM].
  28. Kentel, E. and Aral, MM. (2007). “Groundwater Flow Simulation with Imprecise Parameters” National Hydrology Congress, Middle East Technical University, September 5‐7, [CD‐ROM].
  29. Park, S‐H., Wei S., Mizaikoff, B., Taylor, A. E., Aral, M. M. and Huang C‐H., “ Mechanistic Insight for the N‐nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) Formation Potential of Amine‐Based Water Treatment Polymers,” Proceedings of the 233rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, Chicago, IL, March 25‐29, 2007.
  30. Wang, J and Aral, M. M., “The Effect of Historical Supply Well Schedule Variation on PCE Arrival Time,” Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE, Tampa, FL, May 15‐19, 2007.
  31. Nam, K. and Aral, M.M., “Optimal Sensor Placement for Wind‐Driven Circulation Environment in a Lake, ”Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE, Tampa, FL, May 15‐19, 2007.
  32. Rogers, S. W., Guan, J., Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M. M., “Nodal Importance Concept for Computational Efficiency in Optimal Sensor Placement in Water Distribution Systems,” Mustafa M. Aral Page 13 1/30/2013 Proceedings of the World Water and Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE, Tampa, FL, May 15‐19, 2007.
  33. Nam, K and Aral MM. (2007). “Optimal Placement of Monitoring Sensors in Lakes,” University of Georgia Water Resources Conference, Athens, Georgia, [CD‐ROM].
  34. Suarez‐Soto, R., Maslia, M., Wang, J., Aral, M.M. and Faye, R. (2007) “Uncertainty Analysis for Reconstructing Historical Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) Exposure in an Epidemiologic Study,” ASCE, World Environmental and Water Resources Congress, Tampa, Florida, [CD‐ROM].
  35. Guan, J., Aral, MM., Maslia, ML. and Grayman, W. (2006) “Optimization Model and Algorithms for Design of Water Sensor Placement in Water Distribution Systems” ASCE Water Distribution System Analysis Symposium (Battle of the Water Sensor Networks), Cincinnati, OH, August 27‐30, [CD‐ROM].
  36. Jang, W. and Aral MM, “Modeling of Multiphase Flow and Contaminant Removal under In‐situ Air Sparging,” Air & Waste Management Association's 99th Annual Conference & Exhibition, New Orleans, LA, June 20‐23, 2006.
  37. Nam K. and Aral MM. Modeling Hydrodynamics and Storm Effect in the Altamaha River Sound. In: Graham R, Editor. Examining the Confluence of Environmental and Water Concerns: Proceedings of the 2006 World Environmental and Water Resources Congress; 2006 May 21‐ 25; Omaha, US [CD‐ROM]. Reston: ASCE; 2006.
  38. Wonyong, J. and Aral, MM. “Modeling of Multiphase Flow and Contaminant Removal under Insitu Air Sparging,” Air and Waste Management Association Annual Conference (AWMA), 2006.
  39. Kijin, N. and Aral, MM. “Modeling Hydrodynamics and Storm Effects in the Altamaha River Sound,” ASCE World Environment and Water Resources Conference (EWRI), Nebraska, Omaha, 2006.
  40. Kilic, S.G. and Aral, MM. “Preliminary Analysis of Lake Pontchartrain Pollution after Hurricane Katrina,” ASCE World Environment and Water Resources Conference (EWRI), Nebraska, Omaha, 2006.
  41. Kentel, E. and Aral, MM. “Spatial Distribution of Groundwater Availability for Various Pumping Scenarios in Savannah Region,” ASCE World Environment and Water Resources Conference (EWRI), Nebraska, Omaha, 2006.
  42. Kentel, E. and Aral, MM. (2005) “Effect of Fuzzy Aggregation Operators in Selecting Best Groundwater Management Strategies” EWRA 2005, 6th International Conference, Menton, France. September 7‐10, 2005.
  43. Aral, MM. “Perspectives on environmental health management paradigms,” Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Environmental Exposure and Health, Atlanta, Ga., pp. 449‐ 457, USA, October 2005.
  44. Maslia, M. and Aral, MM, “Reconstruction of historical contaminant events: Use of computational tools to assist environmental engineers,” Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Environmental Exposure and Health, Atlanta, Ga., USA, pp. 175‐187, October 2005.
  45. Park, S‐K, Piyachaturawat P, Aral, MM and Huang, C‐H, “Potential Enhanced NNitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) Formation under Water Treatment Conditions,” Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Environmental Exposure and Health, Atlanta, Ga., USA, October 2005.
  46. Guan, J., Aral, MM and Maslia ML, “Identification of contaminant sources in water distribution system using optimization simulation method,” Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Environmental Exposure and Health, Atlanta, Ga, USA, October 2005.
  47. Sautner, JB, Maslia, ML, Valenzuela, C, Grayman, WM, Aral, M.M. and Green, JW, “Field Testing of Water‐Distribution Systems at Marine Corps Base, Camp Lejeune, NC, in Support of an Epidemiologic Study,” Proceedings ASCE, EWRI World Water and Environmental Resources Congress: Impacts of Global Climate Change, Anchorage, Alaska, May, 15‐19, 2005.
  48. Aral, M.M. and J. Guan, “Computational Platforms for Environmental Modeling,” Proceedings ASCE,EWRI World Waterand Environmental Resources Congress: Impacts of Global Climate Change, Anchorage, Alaska, May, 15‐19, 2005.
  49. Maslia, ML, Sautner, JB, Valenzuela, C, Grayman, WM, and Aral, M.M., “Use of Continuous Recording Monitoring Equipment for Conducting Water Distribution System Tracer Tests: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly,” Proceedings ASCE, EWRI World Water and Environmental Resources Congress: Impacts of Global Climate Change, Anchorage, Alaska, May, 15‐ 19,2005.
  50. Jang, W and Aral, M.M., Density‐Dependent Transport And Sequential Biotransformation Of Trichloroethylene In The Variably Saturated Zone, The International Conference on Environmental Science and Technology, IC EST 2005, American Academy of Sciences, New Orleans, January 23‐26, 2005.
  51. Gunduz, O. and Aral, MM, “Dynamically Coupled Contaminant Transport Model for a River Aquifer System,” at 6th International Congress on Advances in Civil Engineering, ASCE, Istanbul Turkey 6‐8 October, 2004.
  52. Gokgoz, S. and Aral, MM, “Fugacity Analysis of Sediment, Biota and Aquatic pathway Environments and its Potential use in Exposure Studies,” at 6th International Congress on Advances in Civil Engineering, ASCE, Istanbul Turkey 6‐8 Oct., 2004.
  53. Kentel, E. and Aral, MM, “Optimization of Removal Rates of Target Contaminants from Water Supply Wells,” at 6th International Congress on Advances in Civil Engineering, ASCE, Istanbul Turkey 6‐8 October, 2004.
  54. Aral, M.M., and Gunduz, O., Scale Effects in Large Scale Watershed Modeling. In V. Singh and R. N. Yadava editors, Advances in Hydrology. Proceedings of the International Conference on Water and Environment (WE‐2003), Bhopal India, pp. 37‐51, December 15‐18, 2003. (invited paper).
  55. Aral, M.M., and Maslia, M.L. Application of Monte Carlo Simulation to Analytical Contaminant Transport Modeling: In: S. Mishra, editor. Proceedings of the Symposium, Groundwater Quality Modeling and Management Under Uncertainty, Environmental and Water Resources Institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Philadelphia, PA, American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 305–312, June 23–25, 2003.
  56. Maslia, M.L., Aral, M.M., and Sautner, J., Reconstructing Historical Operations of Water Distribution Systems. In: Bizier, P., and DeBarry, P., Eds. Proceedings of the American Society of Civil Engineers, World Water & Environmental Resources Congress 2003 [CD ROM document]. Philadelphia, PA: June 23–26, 2003.
  57. Gunduz, O. and Aral, M.M. “Satellite Imagery Based Watershed Management Modeling,” at International Conference on Water Resources Management II, pp. 367‐376, Gran Canaria Islands, April 23, 2003.
  58. Gunduz, O. and Aral, M.M. “Simultaneous Solution of Coupled Surface Water / Groundwater Flow Systems,” International Conference on River Basin Management, Edited byC.A. Brebbia, pp. 25‐34, Gran Canaria Islands, April 28, 2003.
  59. Park, C‐H. and Aral, M. M. “Saltwater Intrusion Control on Coastal Aquifers,” 2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference, Athens, Georgia, March 2003.
  60. Gunduz, O. and Aral, M. M. “Hydrologic Modeling of the Lower Altamaha River Basin,” 2003 Georgia Water Resources Conference, Athens, Georgia, March 2003.
  61. Maslia, M. L., Sautner, J. B., Aral, M. M., Gillig, R. E., Reyes, J. J. and Williams J. “Using Water Distribution System Modeling to Assist Epidemiologic Investigations,” at International ISEA/ISEE Symposium, August 11‐15, 2002, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  62. Aral, M. M., Guan, J., Maslia, M. L., “Modeling techniques to aid exposure analysis through Water Distribution Systems,” at An International ISEA/ISEE Symposium, August 11‐15, 2002, Vancouver, BC, Canada. (invited)
  63. Aral, M.M., Maslia, M.L., and Guan, J., “ACTS, A Multi‐Media Contaminant Transport Modeling Platform,” Proceedings of Envirosoft 2002, an International Conference on the Modeling, Monitoring and Management of Environmental Problems, pp. 403‐412, Bergen, Norway, 6‐8 May 2002.
  64. Aral, M.M., Liao, B., Guan, J., Maslia, M.L., Sautner, J., Williams, R. and Reyes, J.J., “Reconstruction of Hydraulic Management of a Water‐Distribution System Using Genetic Algorithms,” World Water & Environmental Resources Congress, ASCE, Orlando, Florida, May 20‐24, 2001.
  65. Sautner, J.B. Maslia, M.L. and Aral, M.M., “Water‐Distribution System Modeling as a Tool to Enhance Epidemiologic Case‐Control Investigations: A Case Study, The Dover Township (Toms River) Childhood Cancer Investigations,” 26th Annual Water Resources Planning and Management Conference WRPMD ‘99, ASCE, Tempe, Arizona, June 6‐9, 1999.
  66. Zhang, Y. and Aral, M.M., “Modeling Transport and Fate of Contaminants with Sediment Interaction and Transient Storage in Streams,” Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Environmental Hydraulics, Hong Kong, China, pp. 733‐738, 16‐18 December, 1998.
  67. Aral, M.M. and Guan, J., “Contaminant Source Identification Problem and its Importance in Health Sciences,” International Conference on Integrating Engineering and Health Sciences, Mexico, October 1998 (invited key note speaker).
  68. Aral, M.M., M. L. Maslia, Exposure Assessment Using Simulation and GIS, Proceedings CSCE/ACSE Environmental Engineering Conference, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, pp. 885‐ 892, July 22‐26, 1997.
  69. Tang, Y., Aral, M.M. and Lyverse, M., “GIS Analysis of Subsurface LNAPL Volume Estimation,” Proceedings of the Eleventh Outdoor Action Conference on Groundwater Remediation, Characterization and Management, pp. 156‐178, Las Vegas, Nevada, April 1‐3, 1997.
  70. Aral, M.M., Guan, J., “Optimal Groundwater Remediation Design Using Differential Genetic Algorithm,” International Conference on Computational Methods in Water Resources,” Cancun Mexico, pp. 349‐357, July, 1996.
  71. Holm, D.M., Maslia, M.L., Reyes, J.J., Williams, R.C., and Aral, M.M., 195, Geographic Information Systems: A Critical Resource in Exposure Assessment, Superfund XVI Conference and Exhibition Proceedings, Vol. 2, pp. 860‐866, Washington, DC, Nov. 6‐8, 1995.
  72. Aral, M.M., M. L. Maslia, R. C. Williams, J. E. Abraham, "ATSDR’s Exposure‐Dose Reconstruction Program: Case Studies in Public Health Analysis of Exposure to Environmental Contamination," Proceedings of the 1995 Pacific Rim Conference on Occupational and Environmental Health, (in publication), Sydney Australia, October 1995 (invited speaker).
  73. Aral, M.M., M.L. Maslia, "Evaluation of Human Exposure to Contaminated Water Supplies Using GIS and Modeling,” Proc. of the Int. Conference HydroGIS’96, pp. 243‐252, Vienna, Austria, 1996.
  74. Maslia, M.L. and Aral, M.M., "Application of Geographic Information Systems and Numerical Models to Exposure Assessment", Sixth Joint Conference of the International Society for Mustafa M. Aral Page 10 1/30/2013 Environmental Epidemiology and International Society for Exposure Analysis, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, September 18‐21, 1994 (invited).
  75. Lyverse, M.A., Aral, M.M. and Tang, Y., "Liquid Hydrocarbon Recovery and Groundwater Protection at a Closed Refinery over a Sand and Gravel Aquifer", Proceedings of the Conference on Petroleum Hydrocarbons and Organic Chemicals in Ground‐Water: Prevention, Detection, and Remediation, Houston, Texas, November 2‐4, 1994.
  76. Aral, M.M. and Maslia, M.L., Radtke, T.M., "Conducting Exposure Assessment of Populations by Integrating Environmental Transport Models, Demographic Analysis, and Geographic Information Systems," Proc. of the Int. Symposium on Assessing and Managing Health Risks from Drinking Water Contamination: Approaches and Applications, Rome, Italy, pp. 221‐233, September 1994 (invited).
  77. Maslia, M. L. and Aral, M.M., "Health Implications Associated with Hazardous Waste Site Clean‐ Up Goals: A Case Study of Trichloroethylene (TCE) Contamination", Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America, Boston, 1993 (invited).
  78. Maslia, M., Aral, M. M., Williams, R., Williams, S., Hayes, L. and Wilder, L., "Use of Computational Models to Reconstruct and Predict Trichloroethylene Exposure," Proceedings of the International Congress on the Health Effects of Hazardous Waste, p 271‐283, May 3‐6, 1993 (invited).
  79. Maslia, M., Aral, M. M., Williams, R., Williams, S., Hayes, L. and Wilder, L., "Use of Computational Models to Determine Human Exposure Resulting from Remediation Activities at Hazardous Waste Sites," Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation Specialty Conference How Clean is Clean, 85p, January 10‐13, 1993 (invited).
  80. Maslia, M., Aral, M. M., and Gill, H. E., "The Importance of Hydrogeologic Controls on Remedial Action Alternatives," Geophysical Society of America, Southeastern Section Meeting, Contaminant Hydrogeology Session, Vol. 24, No. 2, pp. 53, 1992 (invited).
  81. Aral, M.M. and Tang, Y., Semianalytic Boundary Element Solution of Time Dependent Partial Differential Equations, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Boundary Element Methods, pp. 42‐52, 1989.
  82. Aral, M.M. and Tang, Y., A Comparison of DR‐BEM and SR‐BEM Solutions for Parabolic Problems, Proceedings of the International Conference on Computational Engineering Science, pp. 58iii1‐58iii4, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988.
  83. Haddad, E.H. and Aral, M.M., Ground Water Flow Models and Applications for Microcomputers, Proceedings 5th National Conference on Microcomputers in Civil Engineering, pp. 290‐294, Orlando, Florida, 1987.
  84. Aral, M.M., Optimization Approach to the Identification of Aquifer Parameters in Multilayer Systems, Proceedings VI Int. Conf. on Finite Elements in Water Resources, Portugal, pp.359‐ 369, 1986.
  85. Aral, M.M., and Zakikhani, M., Multi‐aquifer Parameter Estimation of the Clayton‐Clairborne Aquifer Near Albany, Georgia, Proceedings NWWA East West Conference on Ground Water Management, Orlando, Florida, pp. 272‐298, 1984.
  86. Kunianski, E. and Aral, M.M., Application of Digital Optimization for Parameter Estimation of Clayton Aquifer near Albany, Georgia, Proceedings of the Conference, Water Resources of Georgia and Surrounding States, Georgia Geologic Survey Bulletin 99, pp. 67‐78, October 1983.
  87. Aral, M.M. and Sezgin, M., A Comparison of Iterative Solutions of Navier Stokes Equations, Proceedings of the International Conference on Finite Element Methods in Engineering, University of New South Wales, pp. 555‐567, July 1979.
  88. Aral, M.M., Finite Element Galerkin Formulation of Heat Transfer Problems, Proc. of the Conf. on Numerical and Functional Analysis, Istanbul Technical University, Publ. No. 982, pp. 16‐28, 1973.
  89. Aral, M.M., Mayer, P.G. and Smith, C.V., Finite Element Galerkin Method Solutions to Selected Elliptic and Parabolic Differential Equations, Proceedings of the Air Force Third Conference on Matrix Methods in Structural Mechanics, Wright‐Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, pp. 215‐ 243, October 1971.

Reports

  1. Aral, M. M. and Guan J., Phase II Analysis of Chinese Drywall Emissions, Uncertainty Analysis, MESL-02-13, 74p. 2013.
  2. Aral, M. M. and Guan J., Phase I Analysis of Chinese Drywall Emissions, A Deterministic Analysis, MESL‐01‐13, 22p. 2013. Aral, M. M. and Guan J., Phase II Analysis of Chinese Drywall Emissions, Uncertainty Analysis, MESL‐02‐13, 74p. 2013.
  3. Telci IT, Sautner JB, Suárez‐Soto RJ, Anderson BA, Maslia ML, and Aral MM. Development and Application of a Methodology to Characterize Present‐Day and Historical Water‐Supply Mustafa M. Aral Page 19 1/30/2013 Well Operations—Supplement 2. In: Maslia ML, Suárez‐Soto RJ, Sautner JB, Anderson BA, Jones LE, Faye RE, Aral MM, Guan J, Jang W, Telci IT, Grayman WM, Bove FJ, Ruckart PZ, and Moore SM. Analyses and Historical Reconstruction of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water Within the Service Areas of the Hadnot Point and Holcomb Boulevard Water Treatment Plants and Vicinities, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina—Chapter A: Summary and Findings. Atlanta, GA: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; 2013.
  4. Guan J., Anderson BA, Aral MM, and Maslia ML. Theory, Development, and Application of Linear Control Model Methodology to Reconstruct Historical Contaminant Concentrations at Selected Water‐Supply Wells—Supplement 5. In: Maslia ML, Suárez‐Soto RJ, Sautner JB, Anderson BA, Jones LE, Faye RE, Aral MM, Guan J, Jang W, Telci IT, Grayman WM, Bove FJ, Ruckart PZ, and Moore SM. Analyses and Historical Reconstruction of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water Within the Service Areas of the Hadnot Point and Holcomb Boulevard Water Treatment Plants and Vicinities, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina—Chapter A: Summary and Findings. Atlanta, GA: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; 2013.
  5. Jang W, Anderson BA, Suárez‐Soto RJ, Aral MM, and Maslia ML. Source Characterization and Simulation of the Migration of Light Nonaqueous Phase Liquids (LNAPLs) in the Vicinity of the Hadnot Point Industrial Area—Supplement 7. In: Maslia ML, Suárez‐Soto RJ, Sautner JB, Anderson BA, Jones LE, Faye RE, Aral MM, Guan J, Jang W, Telci IT, Grayman WM, Bove FJ, Ruckart PZ, and Moore SM. Analyses and Historical Reconstruction of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water Within the Service Areas of the Hadnot Point and Holcomb Boulevard Water Treatment Plants and Vicinities, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina—Chapter A: Summary and Findings. Atlanta, GA: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; 2013.
  6. Maslia ML, Suárez‐Soto RJ, Sautner JB, Anderson BA, Jones LE, Faye RE, Aral MM, Guan J, Jang W, Telci IT, Grayman WM, Bove FJ, Ruckart PZ, and Moore, SM. Analyses and Historical Reconstruction of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water Within the Service Areas of the Hadnot Point and Holcomb Boulevard Water Treatment Plants and Vicinities, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina— Chapter A: Summary and Findings. Atlanta, GA: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry; 2013.
  7. Guan, J. and Aral, M. M. (2012). Deterministic Analysis of Chinese Drywall Emissions and Exposure through Inhalation, Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia, December, pp. 70.
  8. Park, C., I. Telci, M. M. Aral and S.‐H. Kim (2010). Designing optimal water quality monitoring network for river systems with the optimization via simulation method. Technical Report. Atlanta, Georgia, Georgia Institute of Technology.
  9. Telci, I. T., J. Sautner, R. Suarez‐Soto and M. M. Aral (2010). Historical Well Scheduling for Holcomb Boulevard and Hadnot Point Water Treatment Plants of Camp Lejeune, North Carolina. Atlanta, Georgia Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology.
  10. Maslia, M. L., Suarez‐Soto, R., Aral, M. M., Wang, J., Sautner J. B. and Valenzuela, C., (2007) “Analysis of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water at Terrawa Terrace and Vicinity, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: Historical Reconstruction and Present Day Conditions, Parameter Sensitivity, Uncertainty, and Variability Associated with Model Simulations of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water,” Technical Report Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia, July, pp. 100 + CD‐ROMs.
  11. Maslia, M. L., Sautner, J. B., Faye, R. E., Suarez‐Soto, R., Aral, M. M., Grayman, W. M., Jang, W., Wang, J., Bove, F., Ruckart, P. Z., Valenzuela, C., Green, J. W. and Krueger, A. L. (2007) “Analysis of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water at Terrawa Terrace and Vicinity, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, Mustafa M. Aral Page 18 1/30/2013 North Carolina: Historical Reconstruction and Present Day Conditions, Supplemental Information,” Technical Report Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia, July, pp. 55 + CD‐ROMs.
  12. Jang, W. and Aral, M. M. (2007) “Analysis of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water at Terrawa Terrace and Vicinity, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: Historical Reconstruction and Present Day Conditions, Simulation of Three Dimensional Multispecies, Multiphase Mass Transport of Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) and Associated Degradation By‐Products,” Technical Report Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia, July, pp. 69 + CD‐ROMs.
  13. Wang, J. and Aral, M. M. (2007) “Analysis of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water at Terrawa Terrace and Vicinity, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: Historical Reconstruction and Present Day Conditions, Effect of Groundwater Pumping Schedule Variation on Arrival of Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) at Water Supply Wells,” Technical Report Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia, July, pp. 65 + CD‐ROMs.
  14. Maslia, M. L., Sautner, J. B., Faye, R. E., Suarez‐Soto, R., Aral, M. M., Grayman, W. M., Jang, W., Wang, J., Bove, F., Ruckart, P. Z., Valenzuela, C., Green, J. W. and Krueger, A. L. (2007) “Analysis of Groundwater Flow, Contaminant Fate and Transport, and Distribution of Drinking Water at Terrawa Terrace and Vicinity, U.S. Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North Carolina: Historical Reconstruction and Present Day Conditions, Summary of Findings,” Technical Report Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), Department of Health and Human Services, Atlanta, Georgia, July, pp. 100 + CD‐ROMs.
  15. Park, S. H., Wei, S., Huang, C‐H., Mizaikoff, B., Aral, M.M. (2007) “A Study of the Effect of Polymers on Potential N‐Nitrosodimethylamine (NDMA) Formation at water and Waste water Treatment Plants,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, CEE, Georgia Institute of Technology, Research Report No.: MESL‐03‐07; June 2007, 116p.
  16. Jang, W. and Aral, MM, “Arrival time of Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) and its Degradation byproducts at Water‐Supply Wells and the Water Treatment Plant at Camp Lejeune Base,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, CEE, Georgia Institute of Technology, Research Report No.: MESL‐02‐07; March 2007, 62p.
  17. Wang, J. and Aral, MM, “Effect of Groundwater Pumping Schedule Variation on Arrival of Tetrachloroethylene (PCE) at Water‐Supply Wells and the Water Treatment Plant,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, CEE, Georgia Institute of Technology, Research Report No.: MESL‐01‐07; January 2007, 89p.
  18. Jang, W. and Aral, M.M. “Three‐dimensional Multiphase Flow and Multi‐species Transport Model, TechFlowMP,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐02‐05, 94p. September 2005.
  19. Kentel, E., Gill, H. and Aral, M.M. “Evaluation of Groundwater Resources Potential of Savannah Georgia Region,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No.MESL‐01‐ 05, 104p, August 2005.
  20. Valenzuela, C. and Aral, M.M. “Application of HSPF and Basins Model to Lower Altamaha River Basin,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐02‐04, 75p, March 2004.
  21. Gunduz, O. and Aral, M.M. “Large Scale Watershed Modeling: An Application to Lower Altamaha River Basin,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐01‐04, 210p, March 2004.
  22. Gunduz, O. and Aral, M.M. “A Simultaneous Solution Approach for Coupled Surface and Subsurface Flow Modeling,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐02‐ 03, 88p, February 2003.
  23. Chan H‐P. and Aral, M.M. “Multi‐objective Optimization of Pumping Rates and Well Placement in Coastal Aquifers,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐01‐03, 38p, January 2003.
  24. Aral, M.M., J. Guan, M.L. Maslia, J. Sautner, “Reconstruction of Hydraulic Management of a Water Distribution System Using Optimization,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐01‐01, 59p, October 2001.
  25. Maslia, M.L., Sautner, J.B., Aral, M.M., Gillig, R.E., Reyes, J.J., and Williams, R.C., 2001. Historicalreconstruction of the water‐distribution system serving the Dover Township area, New Jersey: January 1962‐December 1996: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR/MESL), Atlanta, October 2001, 132 p.
  26. Maslia, M.L., Sautner, J.B., Aral, M.M., Gillig, R.E., Reyes, J.J., and Williams, R.C., 2001. Summary of findings: historical reconstruction of the water‐distribution system serving the Dover Township area, New Jersey: January 1962‐December 1996: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR/MESL), Atlanta, September 2001, 32 p.
  27. Maslia, M.L., Sautner, J.B., and Aral, M.M., 2000, Analysis of the 1998 Water‐Distribution System Serving the Dover Township Area, New Jersey: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR/MESL), Atlanta, June 2000, 73 p.
  28. Aral, M.M. and M.L. Maslia, “Multi‐Pathway Environmental Exposure Assessment Using “ACTS” and “SAINTS” Software,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐05‐98, 119p, November 1998.
  29. Aral, M.M. and Y. Zhang, “Solute Transport in Open‐Channel Networks under and Unsteady Flow Regime, Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐04‐98, 66p, November 1998.
  30. Aral, M.M. and M.L. Maslia, “Geographical Information Systems Integrated Groundwater Flow and Contaminant Fate and Transport Modeling (SAINTS), Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐03‐98, 88p, October 1998.
  31. Aral, M.M., “Analytical Contaminant Transport Analysis System (ACTS), Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐02‐98, 153p, September 1998.
  32. Aral, M.M. and J. Guan, “Identification of Groundwater Contaminant Sources and Release Histories Using Genetic Algorithms,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐01‐98, 50p, July 1998.
  33. Aral, M.M. and J. Guan, “Optimal Groundwater Remediation System Design with Well Locations Selected as Decision Variables,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐ 01‐97, 68p, March 1997.
  34. Aral, M.M., Y. Zhang and S. Jin, “A Computational Method for Wave Propagation Simulation in Open Channel Networks,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐03‐96, 70p, October 1996.
  35. Aral, M.M. and B. Liao, “Effect of Groundwater Table Fluctuations on Hydrocarbon Thickness Measurements,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐02‐96, 45p, September 1996.
  36. Aral, M.M. and B. Liao, “Analytical Solutions For Two‐Dimensional Transport Equation with Time‐Dependent Dispersion Coefficients,” Multimedia Environmental Simulations Laboratory, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. MESL‐01‐96, 40p, January 1996.
  37. Maslia, M., M.M. Aral, "ATSDR’s Exposure Investigation Activities Related to PCE Contamination of Groundwater Supplies in the Osborn Connecticut Correctional Institution (OCCI) Area, Sommers, Connecticut," Report for: Division of Health Assessment and Consultation, DHHSATSDR, 35p, July 15, 1996.
  38. Aral, M.M., "Risk Based Exposure Analysis to Contaminated Groundwater,” Middle East Technical University, School of Civil Eng, June, 1995.
  39. Aral, M.M., M. L. Maslia, "A Public Health Analysis of Exposure to Contaminated Municipal Water Supplies at Southington, Hartford County, Connecticut, Exposure ‐Dose Reconstruction Project Technical Report 12, School of Civil Eng, GA. Tech, p. 45, December 1994.
  40. Maslia, M., M.M. Aral, Williams, R., Williams, S., Hayes, L. and Wilder, L., "Use of Computational Models to Determine Health Implications of Human Exposure Resulting from Remediation Activities at Hazardous Waste Sites," Report for: Division of Health Assessment and Consultation, DHHS‐ATSDR, 20p, November 5, 1992.
  41. Aral, M.M., and E. Haddad, Modeling Transient Ground Water Flow in Multilayered Aquifer Systems, Office of Water Research and Technology, Report No. ERC‐05‐87, March 1987.
  42. Aral, M.M., A Simplified Approach to Multilayer Aquifer Analysis, Office of Water Research and Technology, Report No. ERC‐02‐85, August 1985.
  43. Aral, M.M., and M. Zakikhani, Parameter Identification in Layered Aquifer Systems, Office of Water Research and Technology, Report No. ERC‐02084, July 1984.
  44. Aral, M.M., An Analysis of Rimming Condensate Flow, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. E‐20‐613, Beloit Corporation, 1983.
  45. Aral, M.M., and E.L. Kunianski, Aquifer Parameter Prediction by Numerical Modeling, Office of Water Research and Technology, U.S. Dept. of Interior, Report No. ERC‐02‐613, 1983.
  46. Aral, M.M. and T.W. Sturm, Analysis of the Development of Shallow Ground Water Supplies by Pumping from Ponds, U.S. Department of the Interior Office of Water Research and Technology, Report No. ERC‐02‐81, February 1981.
  47. Aral, M.M., Mathematical Modeling of Aquatic Dispersion of Effluents, Oak Ridge Natl. Laboratories, Dept. of Health and Safety Div., Report No. E‐20‐604, July 1980.
  48. Aral, M.M., Tsunami Study; Akkuyu Nuclear Power Plant, Turkish Electric Authority, Nuclear Energy Division, Report No. 77‐07‐00‐06, March 1979.
  49. Aral, M.M., Analytical and Numerical Study of Jet Deflection from Curved Boundaries, Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Report No. 52, Sept. 1977.
  50. Aral, M.M., An Analysis of Convective Diffusion Equation and Its Finite Element Solution, Turkish Scientific and Tech. Research Inst., Rep. No. TBAG‐196, June 1976.
  51. Aral, M.M., Finite Element Solution of Selected Partial Differential Equations: FEMAC Computer Program, Middle East Technical University, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Publication No. 28, 1974.
  52. Martin, C.S. and M.M. Aral, The Effect of a Permeable Sand Bed on Sediment Motion, Water Resources Center, Georgia Institute of Technology, Report No. WRC‐0869, November 1969.

Updated date: August 1, 2017 - 09:46