Çekirge Palas Hotel in Çekirge Bursa

Ercebeci, Çiğdem


Geometry-based modeling of dispersion in core-shell particle media
Hatipoğlu, Emre; Koku, Harun; Department of Chemical Engineering (2017)
Dispersion is an important physical phenomenon that heavily influences performances of systems such as chromatographic separation processes. Mathematical modeling of this phenomenon is therefore widely investigated. This thesis study investigates dispersion of random-walking particles, or tracers, around core-shell particles, a type of recently commercialized spherical and porous stationary phase used in liquid chromatography that has a solid impermeable core that limits diffusion near the center and a poro...
Çukurören-Çobanlar (Afyon) arasındaki deprem kaynaklarının (aktif fayların) belirlenmesi
Koçyiğit, Ali; Deveci, Şule(2007)
The Şuhut graben is an about 8-11 km wide, 24 km long, N-S-trending and actively growing extensional neotectonic structure located on the southern shoulder of the major AkşehirAfyon graben near the apex of outer Isparta Angle. The Şuhut graben developed on a pre-Upper Pliocene basement rock assemblage composed mostly of pre-Jurassic metamorphic rocks and Jurassic–Lower Cretaceous platform carbonates overlain with an angular unconformity by the Afyon strato-volcanic complex to its fluvio-lacustrine sedimenta...
Development and analysis of grasshopper-like jumping mechanism in biomimetic approach
Konez Eroğlu, Aylin; Akkök, Metin; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2007)
Highly effective and power efficient biological mechanisms are common in nature. The use of biological design principles in engineering domain requires adequate training in both engineering and biological domains. This requires cooperation between biologists and engineers that leads to a new discipline of biomimetic science and engineering. Biomimetic is the abstraction of good design from nature. Because of the fact that biomimetic design has an important place in mechatronic applications, this study is di...
Multilayers of block copolymer micelles with cores exhibiting upper critical solution temperature
Üstoğlu, Cansu; Erel Göktepe, İrem; Department of Chemistry (2016)
Stimuli-responsive films are promising materials to release functional molecules from surfaces. Layer-by-layer (LbL) is a practical and easy technique to construct stimuli responsive thin films. Thickness and composition of the films can be precisely controlled using this technique. Temperature-responsive (thermo-responsive) polymers are one of the most extensively studied polymers in the construction of stimuli responsive LbL films due to relatively easy control of temperature than the other stimulus. The ...
Modeling, simulation, and active control of tractor-semitrailer combinations
Alamdari Milani, Sina; Ünlüsoy, Yavuz Samim; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2015)
Articulated heavy vehicles (AHVs) are among the most common means of road transportation. They present, however, some specific performance limitations and safety risks due to their rather special dynamic characteristics. AHVs have maneuverability problems at low speeds as manifested by their Path Following Off-Tracking (PFOT). Further, AHVs are most likely to lose their stability at high speeds in three basic manners: trailer swing, jackknifing, and roll over which are the most common causes of many severe ...
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Ç. Ercebeci, “Çekirge Palas Hotel in Çekirge Bursa,” Middle East Technical University, 1991.