Active solar house heating analysis in different regions of Turkey.

Kansu, Demet


Active microwave remote sensing of soil moisture : a case study in Kurukavak Basin
Yılmaz, Musa; Şorman, Ali Ünal; Department of Civil Engineering (2009)
Soil moisture condition of a watershed plays a significant role in separation of rainfall into infiltration and surface runoff, and hence is a key parameter for the majority of physical hydrological models. Due to the large difference in dielectric constants of dry soil and water, microwave remote sensing and particularly the commonly available synthetic aperture radar is a potential tool for such studies. The main aim of this study is to produce the distributed soil moisture maps of a catchment from active...
Solar heating of buildings under Turkey's meteorological conditions.
Awad, Moh'd; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1989)
Thermal performance optimizationof passive solar building components in five cities having different climatic characteristics of Turkey
İnanıcı, Mehlika Nur; Demirbilek, Nur; Department of Building Sciences (1996)
Active Vibration Suppression of a Smart Beam via a Controller Designed by Using Linear Quadratic Regulator Method
Akın, Onur; Şahin, Melin (null; 2016-09-08)
This paper presents a vibration suppression control patch was used as an actuator element, while the other was used as a sensor. The controller design was designed via the balance realization reduction method to elect the reduced order model that is most controllable and observable. sliding mode observer was designed to estimate six states from the reduced order model but three states are only used in the control law. Estimating a number of states larger than that used is in order to increase the estimation...
Continuous resistivity profiling survey in Mersin Harbour, Northeastern Mediterranean Sea
OKYAR, Mahmut; YILMAZ, Sedat; Tezcan, Devrim; Cavas, Hakan (2013-06-01)
No detailed information has previously been available on the geological and geophysical characteristics of the sea floor and the underlying strata of Mersin Harbour, Northeastern Mediterranean Sea (Turkey). Continuous resistivity profiling (CRP) and borehole data from Mersin Harbour were used to interpret geoelectric stratigraphy of Neogene-Quaternary sediments in the area. This represents one of few such detailed case studies that have applied these valuable CRP techniques for the purpose of marine stratig...
Citation Formats
D. Kansu, “Active solar house heating analysis in different regions of Turkey.,” Middle East Technical University, 1982.