Nikolas Xiros

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Title
Associate Professor

Department
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering

Institution
University of New Orleans

Email
nxiros@uno.edu
Education
  • Dr. Eng., Naval Arch. & Marine Eng., National Technical Univ. of Athens, 2001
  • Engineer Degree, Electrical & Computer Eng., National Technical Univ. of Athens, 1995
Research Interests
Frequency Domain   Dominant Nonlinear Dynamics   Performance Prediction  

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Biography
Nikolas Xiros is an Assoc. Prof. of Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering at the University of New Orleans. His career spans more than 15 years in both industry and academia and his expertise lies within the fields of marine, electrical and ocean engineering. He holds an electrical engineer's degree and a marine engineering doctorate. His research interests are process modeling and simulation, system dynamics, identification and control, reliability, signal and data analysis. He is author of several technical papers and Springer monograph 'Robust Control of Diesel Ship Propulsion'. He is in train of preparing three more volumes on watercraft and ocean engineering as well as nonlinear systems.
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Frequency Domain   Dominant Nonlinear Dynamics   Performance Prediction  
List of Publications (4)
In 2013
4

A frequency-domain, finite-order representation of a catenary risers dominant nonlinear dynamics. Ioannis K. Chatjigeorgiou, D.C. Kazangas, N. Xiros

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In 2011
3

Virtual damperspring system for VIV experiments and hydrokinetic energy conversion. J. H. Lee, N. Xiros, M. M. Bernitsas

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In 2007
2

Remarks on wind turbine power absorption increase by including the axial force due to the radial pressure gradient in the general momentum theory. M. I. Xiros, N. I. Xiros

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In 1999
1

Simulation of the overall ship propulsion plant for performance prediction and control. N. P. Kyrtatos, P. Theodossopoulos, Engineer G. Theotokatos, Engineer N. Xiros

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