Karabey, Bugra
Plants react to the environmental variables like heat, humidity, wind, light and even touch of a person or the presence of someone in the vicinity, and these changes are reflected to the bioelectric potential of the plant. So it is envisioned that using these changes in bioelectricity a plant may communicate with the world by synthesizing sounds. Within this study a plant interfaces with the world using, our Cry of Nature platform that converts these bioelectrical responses to sounds.


Experimental investigation of carbon dioxide injection effects on methane-propane-carbon dioxide mixture hydrates
Abbasov, Abbas; Merey, Sukru; Parlaktuna, Mahmut (2016-08-01)
In this research, first, hydrate with high saturation in porous media (sand sediments) was formed in fully filled high pressure cell by using a mixture of the following gases at 4 degrees C: methane (CH4), propane (C3H8) and carbon dioxide (CO2). The feed mole percent of the gases used was selected as follows: CH4 (95%), C3H8 (3%), CO2 (2%). This selection was made in order to form natural gas hydrate of thermogenic origin (sII type hydrate). Thereafter, CO2 injection into the high saturation hydrate media ...
Türkiye’nin osmotik enerji potansiyeli
Özyurt Tarakcıoğlu, Gülizar; Korkmaz, Ahmet Berkan (null; 2018-11-30)
Osmotik enerji, tuzluluk değişim farkına bağlı olarak yarı geçirgen zar arasındaki su moleküllerinin fiziksel hareketi sonucu elde edilen yenilenebilir bir enerji kaynağıdır. Osmotik enerji üretimi ise farklı iki konsantrasyona sahip su kaynaklarının özel yarı geçirgen membranlar ile ayrılarak, yoğun çözeltide artan su miktarının sahip olduğu potansiyel enerjinin türbinler aracılığıyla kinetik enerjiye dönüştürülmesiyle meydana gelmektedir. Yenilenebilir bir enerji olan osmotik enerjiye en uygun doğal alanl...
Appropriate passive cooling strategies for hot and humid climates : a case study in cyprus
Hançerli, Mustafa Yılmaz; Elias Özkan, Soofia Tahira; Department of Building Science in Architecture (2008)
In this study, energy conservation potential of appropriate passive cooling and basic heat avoidance strategies were investigated for hot and humid climates. Within this framework, thermal behavior of a case study building that is situated in Cyprus was assessed by collecting temperature and relative humidity data from various rooms of the building during certain days in August. Then, by using feasible simulation strategies of the software tool Summer-Building, the effectiveness of passive cooling measures ...
Comparison of iscst3 and aermod air dispersion models: case study of cayirhan thermal power plant
Dölek, Emre; Atımtay, Aysel; Department of Environmental Engineering (2007)
In this study, emission inventory was prepared and pollutant dispersion studies were carried out for the area around Çayırhan Thermal Power Plant to determine the effects of the plant on the environment. Stack gas measurement results were used for the emissions from the power plant and emission factors were used for calculating the emissions from residential sources and coal stockpiles in the study region. Ground level concentrations of SO2, NOx and PM10 were estimated by using EPA approved dispersion model...
Patterns of microbial food webs in Mediterranean shallow lakes with contrasting nutrient levels and predation pressures
ÖZEN, ARDA; Tavsanoglu, Ulku Nihan; Cakiroglu, Ayse Idil; Levi, Eti Ester; Jeppesen, Erik; Beklioğlu, Meryem (2018-01-01)
To elucidate the specific and combined effects of bottom-up and top-down control on the microbial community in warm lakes, we sampled microbial community along with physical-chemical and biological variables and performed in situ food web experiments, in 14 Turkish shallow lakes with contrasting nutrient levels and predation pressures. Our field results revealed that differences in microbial communities correlated with differences in zooplankton community structure, temperature (increasing nutrient concentr...
Citation Formats
B. Karabey, “CRY OF NATURE: A PLANT INTERFACES WITH THE WORLD USING MUSIC,” LEONARDO, pp. 310–311, 2010, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: