Vertical and Horizontal Permeabilities of Ankara Clay.

Tosun, Tugrul


Vertical variation and source evaluation of VOCs and inorganic pollutants in a university building
YURDAKUL, Sema; CİVAN, MİHRİBAN; DOĞAN, GÜRAY; Uzmez, Ozlem Ozden; Gaga, Eftadeo O.; Dogeroglu, Tuncay; Ayakli, Gul; Tuncel, Süleyman Gürdal (2018-01-01)
Concentrations of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and inorganic pollutants including sulfur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), and ozone (O-3) were measured using passive samplers in both indoor and outdoor environments at 2, 5, 8, 13, 17, 24, and 29 m from the ground level at a high-rise building in the Middle East Technical University campus in Ankara, Turkey. The measured indoor concentrations of Sigma 24VOCs were highly variable, ranging from 98g m(-3) (at the ground floor) to 235.3g m(-3) (at the...
Vertical vibration analysis of a rigid rectangular footing resting on a soil layer deposit
Ercan, Ali; Aşık, M. Zülfü; Bakır, Sadık; Department of Civil Engineering (1999)
Akhmet, Marat (2017-03-01)
Grazing solutions of non-autonomous system with variable moments of impulses are examined. Appropriate definitions for vertical and horizontal grazing in non-autonomous systems are given and interpreted geometrically. The linearization for the periodic solutions which have vertical or horizontal grazing is obtained. Examples are presented to demonstrate the practicality of our results and they are visualized by the simulations.
Vertical-axis block rotations linked to normal faulting: paleomagnetic and structural evidence from Miocene to Recent extensional basins in southern Turkey
Koç, Ayten; Van Hinsbergen, Douwe; Kaymakcı, Nuretdin; Langereis, Cor (2017-12-28)
Paleomagnetism provides important constraints on complex patterns of vertical axis rotations in orogens. Where normally paleomagnetism is applied to constrain regional rotations, in the vicinity of fault zones often locally varying rotation patterns occur. Here we provide results of an extensive paleomagnetic survey constraining vertical axis rotation in Neogene extensional continental basins in the Taurides, in the eastern flank of the Isparta Angle (SW Turkey). In total, 437 oriented cores were sampled at...
Vertical profiles of particulate organic matter and its relationship with chlorophyll-a in the upper layer of the NE Mediterranean Sea
EDİGER, DİLEK; Tugrul, S; Yılmaz, Ayşen (2005-04-01)
Particulate organic matter (POM), nutrients, chlorophyll-a (CHL) and primary production measurements were performed in the upper layer of three different regions (cyclonic, anticyclonic and frontal+peripherial) of the NE Mediterranean Sea in 1991-1994. Depth profiles of bulk POM exhibited a subsurface maximum, coinciding with the deep chlorophyll maximum (DCM) established near the base of the euphotic zone of the Rhodes cyclone and its periphery, where the nutricline was situated just below the euphotic zon...
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T. Tosun, “Vertical and Horizontal Permeabilities of Ankara Clay.,” Middle East Technical University, 1966.