Arzu Arslan Kelam

Department of Geological Engineering
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An evaluation of seismic hazard and potential damage in Gaziantep, Turkey using site specific models for sources, velocity structure and building stock
Karimzadeh, Shaghayegh; Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Yousefibavil, Karim; Akgün, Haluk; Askan Gündoğan, Ayşegül; KOÇKAR, MUSTAFA KEREM; Erberik, Murat Altuğ; Ciftci, Hacer; Pekcan, Onur (2022-03-01)
Assessment of potential seismic risk and losses in urban environments is necessary for several purposes ranging from risk mitigation to city and regional planning. It is well known that loss estimation should be performed ...
Application of an optical fiber-based system for mass movement monitoring
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk; KOÇKAR, MUSTAFA KEREM (2022-03-01)
This paper assesses the stages and findings of a mass movement monitoring system developed for continuous long-term monitoring applications using optical fiber cable as a sensor to decrease the risks associated with slope ...
Assessment of kinematic rock slope failures in Mudurnu Valley, Turkey
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk (2021-09-06)
Slope instabilities are one of the most frequent natural hazards capable of causing severe failures both at regional and large scales. Mudurnu, which is settled on a steep valley, is affected by regional rock slope instabi...
Application of an Optical Fiber Based Monitoring System to a Mass Movement Area
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk (2020-06-28)
The purpose of this study is to generate a long-term and continuous monitoring system that is near-real-time for mass movements by utilizing optical fibers. The system is composed of fiber optic cables and a device called ...
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk (null; 2019-10-08)
An Optical Fiber Early Warning System for Monitoring Mass Movements and for Assessing the Effect of the Triggering Factors
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk (2019-10-03)
The purpose of this research is to generate an early warning system for large mass movements that utilize optical fibers. Optical fibers are preferred due to their suitability in field conditions as well as their continuou...
A Landslide Monitoring Methodology Applied to a Seismically Active Region by Using Optical Fiber Systems
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk (null; 2019-09-25)
Konya Killi Zeminlerinin Jeoteknik Uygulamalar İçin Bentonit İle İyileştirilmesi
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk (null; 2019-09-25)
An Optical Fiber Based Early Warning System for Large Landslides
Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Akgün, Haluk (null; 2019-04-07)
The objective of this study is to utilize a monitoring and early warning station that can be applicable to any type of mass movement in order to minimize life and property losses. For this purpose, an optical fiber system ...
Assessment of the effect of mineralogy on the geotechnical parameters of clayey soils: A case study for the Orta County, Çankırı, Turkey
Akgün, Haluk; Arslan Kelam, Arzu; Oner, Gokalp; Koçkar, Mustafa Kerem (2018-11-01)
The purpose of this study is to investigate and relate the geotechnical parameters with the mineralogical properties of the Miocene and Plio-Quaternary (Pliocene to Quaternary) lacustrine and fluvial sediments, particularl...
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