Evaluation of interventions for the conservation of an archaelogical site ostia antica

Turan, A. Belgin


Evaluation of Site Characterizations and Site Effects of the Ankara Basin Turkey
Koçkar, Mustafa Kerem; Akgün, Haluk (2007-06-28)
The purpose of this study is to assess the in-situ site characteristics and to perform seismic hazard studies of the Upper Pliocene to Pleistocene fluvial and Quaternary alluvial and terrace deposits located towards the west of Ankara. Based on a general engineering geological, geotechnical and seismic characterization of the site, site classification systems were assigned for seismic hazard evaluations. Then, short-period noise recordings of the microtremor measurements at the ground surface have been used...
Evaluation of Integrated Pollution Prevention Control in a textile fiber production and dyeing mill
Ozturk, Emrah; KARABOYACI, Mustafa; Yetiş, Ülkü; YİĞİT, Nevzat Özgü; KİTİŞ, Mehmet (Elsevier BV, 2015-02-01)
Cleaner production assessment studies were conducted in a textile mill employing wool and acrylic fiber production and subsequent dyeing. A company-wide mass-balance analysis was performed. Various specific consumptions, emissions and waste generations were determined. The performance of the mill was evaluated based on BREF Documents. Water quality analysis indicated that process wastewaters from wool yarn softening, LP-VP printing machines and acrylic yarn washing could be reused in these processes, even w...
Evaluation of Successful Seismic Bridge Design Practice in Turkey
Okuyucu, Dilek; Kale, Ozkan; Erdil, Barış; Caner, Alp; Askan Gündoğan, Ayşegül; Akansel, Vesile Hatun (American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), 2014-02-01)
On October 23, 2011, a destructive earthquake of Mw=7.1 occurred in Eastern Turkey. The event occurred on a previously unknown fault with a thrust mechanism and resulted in 604 deaths and major structural damage to the buildings. The highways at the Van earthquake zone were open to service of rescue operations, aid trucks, and regular traffic immediately after the devastating event. As a success story, the bridges closer to the fault line than the towns of Van and Erci were observed to have minimal damage, ...
Evaluation of eutrophication control strategies for the Keban Dam reservoir
Soyupak, S; Mukhallalati, L; Yemisen, D; Bayar, A; Yurteri, C (1997-04-15)
The reservoir of the Keban Dam in eastern Anatolia is a very deep and large water body subject to significant seasonal water level fluctuations within a given hydrological year. At the present time, different sections of the reservoir have different trophic status and the upper portion of the reservoir, in particular, is eutrophic. In this regard, there is a need for the assessment of alternative strategies to be implemented for phosphorus and thus eutrophication control in this segment of the reservoir. In...
Evaluation of a Hydro-Meteorological Model System for Flood Forecasting of a Mediterranean Basin in Turkey
Kılıçarslan, Berina; Duzenli, Eren; Pilatin, Heves; Yücel, İsmail; Yılmaz, Mustafa Tuğrul (null; 2020-05-08)
Floods, which are considered as one of the most destructive extreme weather events, are being more severe issues with changing climate, and they are threatening both human life and property. To address flood hazard issues, this study evaluates the application of a hydro-meteorological model system as an early warning system approach. The Weather Research and Forecasting Hydrological model system (WRF-Hydro), a fully-distributed, multi-physics, multi-scale hydrologic model, has the capability of accurately c...
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A. B. Turan, “Evaluation of interventions for the conservation of an archaelogical site ostia antica,” Middle East Technical University, 1988.