Variable involved in an ESP course design for preparatory school at M.E.T.U. Gaziantep Campus.

Karataş, Necmiye


Variable renewable energy technologies in the Turkish electricity market: Quantile regression analysis of the merit-order effect
Sirin, Selahattin Murat; Yılmaz, Berna Nisa (Elsevier BV, 2020-09-01)
The share of variable renewable energy sources in power supply has increased significantly in many countries; however, this increase has also created problems in electricity markets. While the average day-ahead market price has declined in several markets (the merit-order effect), the remuneration mechanisms in some countries have to be revised due to the surge in financial costs. Yet, further research is needed to understand the implications of the merit-order effect for remuneration mechanisms thoroughly....
Non-Destructive Testing for Building Diagnostics and Monitoring: Experience Achieved with Case Studies
Tavukçuoğlu, Ayşe (2018-02-01)
Building inspection on site, in other words in-situ examinations of buildings is a troublesome work that necessitates the use of non-destructive investigation (NDT) techniques. One of the main concerns of non-destructive testing studies is to improve in-situ use of NDT techniques for diagnostic and monitoring studies. The quantitative infrared thermography (QIRT) and ultrasonic pulse velocity (UPV) measurements have distinct importance in that regard. The joint use of QIRT and ultrasonic testing allows in-s...
Variability Extension to SparkS, a Domain Specific Scripting Language for Electronic Test Equipment
Nikoo, Mahdi Saeedi; Oğuztüzün, Mehmet Halit S. (2019-09-01)
© 2019 IEEE.Initial version of SparkS, a domain specific scripting language for calibration automation of electronic test equipment, was designed as a single-task language. As we decided to make the language more powerful over time to make it support variations in equipment models, it also became clear that we need to give language a support for variability. In this work we present our approach for handling variability in SparkS. We also show our design and development of the methodology.
Variable-rate, variable-pressure production from a fractured gas well with large viscosity and compressibility variation: applicability of superposition time
Gül Ertunç, Kıymet Gizem; Kök, Mustafa Verşan; Özkan, Erdal; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2017)
In this study, it was estimated that 71.8 standard tcm of methane can be available in the Black Sea gas hydrates. However, only 13.6 tcm of this amount was calculated as energy sources. With HydrateResSim simulator, gas production potentials from a hypothetical Class 1 hydrate in the Black Sea conditions by depressurization and depressurization with wellbore heating were simulated. Wellbore heating might be necessary to avoid hydrate reformation along the wellbore during production. For comparison with the ...
Value orientations of the teaching certificate program students
Sisman, Gulcin Tan; Ok, Ahmet (2012-02-05)
The present research study focused on the teacher candidates' value orientation (Disciplinary mastery, Learning process, Social responsibility, Ecological integration and Self actualization) as set by Jewett and Bain (1985). The sample consisted of totally 121 teacher candidates who were the graduates of four-year undergraduate programs other than Faculties of Education and attended a Teaching Certificate Program (TCP) in order to get the right to become a teacher. The data were collected through the adapte...
Citation Formats
N. Karataş, “Variable involved in an ESP course design for preparatory school at M.E.T.U. Gaziantep Campus.,” Middle East Technical University, 1983.