Prof. Mehmet Hakki Alma

University of Kahramanmaras Sutcu Imam, Turkey




1996 Ph.D., Faculty of Agriculture, Kyoto University, Japan

1991 M.Sc., Department of Industrial Engineering of Forestry, Black Sea Technical University, Turkey

1988 B.Sc., Department of Industrial Engineering of Forestry, Black Sea Technical University, Turkey

Publications (selected)

  1. Efe, FT Alma, MH, 2014. Investigating Some Physical Properties of Composite Board, Produced from Sunflower Stalks, Designed Horizontally, Ekoloji, 23 (90): 40-48.
  2. Alma M. H.; Acemioğlu, B. (2003): A Kinetic Study of Sulfuric-Acid-Catalyzed Liquefaction of Wood into Phenol Chemical Engineering Communications . 191: 969-980.
  3. Alma, M.H.; Basturk M. A.; Dıgrak M. (2003): New Polyurethane-Type Rigid Foams From Liquified Wood Powders Journal of Materıals Scıence Letters 22, 1225 –1228.
  4. Bektaş, I; Alma M. H.; As, N.; Gundoğan R. (2003): Relationship Between Site İndex And Several Mechanical Properties Of Turkish Calabrian pine (Pinus brutia Ten.), Forest product Journal, 53 (2) 27-31.
  5. Alma, M. H.; Kelley S. S. (2002): Application of Pyrolysis Molecular Beam Spectrometry for Characterization of Bark Phenolysis Products, Biomass & Bioenergy, 22, 411-419
  6. Acemioğlu, B.; Alma, M. H. (2002): Kinetics of Wood Phenolysis in the presence of HCl as catalyst, Journal of Applied Polymer Science  85, 1098-1103.
  7. Alma, M. H. (2001): Crystallinity of Cellulose Residue Remaining after the Phenolation of Cellulose, Holz Roh- and Werkstoff, 59, 363.
  8. Alma, M.H.; Baştürk M. A. (2001): Co-condensation of NaOH-catalyzed Liquefied Wood Wastes, Phenol and Formaldehyde for Production of Resol-type Adhesives, Ind. Eng. and Chemistry Res. 40, 5036-5038.
  9. Alma, M. H.;Maldas, N.;Shiraishi, N. (2001): Resinification of NaOH-Catalyzed Phenolated Wood-Phenol Mixture With Formalin For Making Molding Materials, Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology 16 (8): 1141-1153.
  10. Bektaş, I.; Alma M. H.; As, N.(2001): Determination of Brinell and janka Hardness of Esatern Beech  and Relationship Between Two Hardness, Forest product Journal, 51 (11/12): 84-88.
  11. Alma, M.H.; Dığrak, M.; Bektaş, I. (2000): Deterioration of Wood-based Molding Materials by Using Several Fungi, Journal of Material Science Letters 19(4), 1267-1260.
  12. 10) Alma, M.H.; S. S.Kelley (2000): Conversion of the Barks of Several Tree Species into Bakelite-like Thermosetting Materials by their Phenolysis, Journal of Polymer Engineering, 20(5), 365-379.
  13. Alma, M.H.; S.S.Kelley (2000): Thermal Stability of Novolak type Resins Made by Condensation of Bark and Phenol, Polymer Degradation and Stability Journal, 68 (3), 413-418.
  14. Alma, M.H.; Kelley S. S. (2000): Tensile Properties of Molding materials Obtained by the Condensation of Various Tree barks and phenol by Using Sulfuric Acid as a catalyst, Journal of Material Science , 19 (17), 1517-1520.
  15. Alma, M. H.; Shiraishi, N. (1998): Novolak-Resin Type Moldings from Phenolated Wood Prepared in the Presence of Sulfuric Acid as a Catalyst, Journal of Polymer Engineering, 18, 197-220
  16. Alma, M. H.; Yoshioka, M.; Yao, Y.; Shiraishi, N. (1998): Preparation of Sulfuric Acid-Catalyzed Phenolated Wood Resin, Wood Sci. Technol, 32, 297-308.
  17. Alma, M. H.; Shiraishi, N. (1998): Preparation of Polyurethane-like Foams from NaOH-catalyzed Liquefied Wood, Holz  als Roh- and Werkstoff,  56, 245-246.
  18. Alma, M. H.; Maldas, D.; Shiraishi, N. (1998): Liquefaction of Several Biomass Wastes into Phenol in the Presence of Various Alkalis and Metallic Salts as Catalysts, Journal of Polymer Engineering, 18, 161-178.
  19. Alma, M. H. (1997): The Use of Wheat Straw-Phenol Condensation Products as Molded Materials, Journal of Polymer Engineering, 17 (4), 311-322.
  20. Alma, M. H.; Yoshioka, M.; Yao, Y.; Shiraishi, N. (1996): Phenolation of Wood Using Oxalic Acid as a Catalyst. Effects of Temperature and Hydrochloric Acid Addition, J. Appl. Poly. Sci., 61(4), 675-683.
  21. Alma, M. H.; Yoshioka, M.; Yao, Y.; Shiraishi, N. (1996): The Preparation and Flow Properties of HCl-catalyzed Phenolated Wood and Its Blends with Commercial Novolak Resin, Holzforshung, 50(1), 85-90.
  22. Alma, M. H.; Yoshioka, M.; Yao, Y.; Shiraishi, N. (1996): Preparation and Characterization of the Phenolated Wood Using Hydrochloric Acid (HCl) as a Catalyst,Wood Sci. Technol , 30(1), 39-47.
  23. Alma, M. H.; Hafızoğlu, H.; Maldas, D. (1996):  Dimensional Stability of Several  Wood Species Treated with Vinyl Monomers and Polyethylene Glycol-1000, Intern. J. Polymeric Mater, 32, 93-99.
  24. Alma M. H.; Yoshioka, M.; Yao, Y.; Shiraishi, N. (1995): Preparation of Oxalic Acid-Catalyzed Resinified Phenloated Wood and Its Characterization, Mokuzai Gakkaishi, 41(12), 1122-1131.

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