Burniadi Moballa

Department of Marine Engineering

Politeknik Perkapalan negeri Surabaya

Jl Teknik Kimia Kompleks ITS, Surabaya

email: bmoballa@ppns.ac.id

Education

MSc., Department of Mechanical Engineering, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology

ST., Departemen Teknik Mesin, Institut Teknologi Bandung

Working experience

Lecturer, Politeknik Perkapalan Negeri Surabaya

Research Assistant, Computational Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, NTUST, Taiwan

Project experience

Static FEM structural analysis of a screw conveyor shell subjected to internal load (2019)

Failure Mode and Effect Analysis of an Inertial Navigation System (2018)

Full-scale CFD analysis, including combustion, of a circulating fluidized bed boiler operated by PLN Tarahan (2010)

Design and fabrication supervision of an emergency lube-oil tank for PT MNK (2009)

Design and fabrication supervision of air compressor intercoolers for PT MNK (2009)

List of publications

Journal papers

Moballa, B., Chern, M. J., An-Nidzami, A., & Borthwick, A.J. (2019). DFIB-SPH study of submerged horizontal cylinder oscillated to the free surface of a viscous liquid. Accepted for publications in Fluid Dynamics Research. (link)

Moballa, B., Chern, M. J., & Borthwick, A.J. (2017). Incompressible SPH simulation of flow past circular cylinder between plane wall and free surface. Submitted to Journal of Hydro-Environment Research.

Moballa, B., Chern, M. J., & Odhiambo, E. (2013). Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of thermal convection. Interaction and Multiscale Mechanics, 6, 211-235. (link)

Conference papers

Moballa, B., Hsieh, C.M., & Chern, M.J., (2013). Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling for thermal convection in enclosure space. First International Conference on Mechanics. Hsinchu, Taiwan.

Moballa, B., & Chern, M. J. (2014). Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of flow past circular cylinder between parallel walls. The 21st National Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference. Nantou, Taiwan.

Moballa, B., Chern, M.J., & Chakraborty, S. (2015). Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics modelling for solid-fluid interaction based on artificial compressibility method. The 18th International Conference on Finite Elements in Flow Problems (FEF2015).

Moballa, B., Chern, M.J., & Chakraborty, S. (2015). Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling of flow past circular cylinder between a free surface and wall. The 22nd National Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference. New Taipei City, Taiwan.

Moballa, B., Chern, M.J., & Chakraborty, S. (2015). The development of smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling for solid fluid interaction. The First Computational Mechanics Conference in Taiwan. Taipei, Taiwan.

Moballa, B., & Chern, M.J. (2016).  Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling for flow past a horizontal circular cylinder in open channel. The First International Engineering Forum. Taipei, Taiwan.

Chern, M.J., & Moballa, B. (2016).  Incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics modeling for flow pasts a circular cylinder in open channel. The 28th Taiwan Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers Conference. Taipei, Taiwan.

Moballa, B., Chern, M.J., & An-nizhami, A. (2016). A combined direct-forcing immersed-boundary smoothed particle hydrodynamics method for solving fluid-solid interaction problem close to a free surface. The 23rd National Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference. Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Moballa, B., Chern, M.J., & An-nizhami, A. (2016). A combined direct-forcing immersed-boundary smoothed particle hydrodynamics method for solving fluid-solid interaction problem beneath a free surface. The Second Computational Mechanics Conference. Taipei, Taiwan. (Invited lecture)

Moballa, B., & Chern, M.J., (2017). Numerical investigation of flow past a horizontal circular cylinder bounded by free surface and wall boundary using incompressible smoothed particle hydrodynamics. The 19th International Conference on Finite Element in Flow Problems. Rome, Italy. (Keynote lecture)
 

 

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