Analysis of Tunçbilek Underground Coal Mine accidents based on Risk Analysis Techniques



Analysis of Tuncbilek underground coal mine accidents based on risk analysis techniques
Kestel, Sevtap Ayşe; Karpuz, Celal (2000-06-02)
Underground coal mine accidents result in many losses which directly reflects to the cost of mining. The randomness in the appearance of the accidents can be determined by frequency that considers how often a specific type of the accident may occur and the severity of the accident in which a financial loss arises resulted from the occurrence of the accident. Modelling these two basic variables statistically enables the researchers to estimate the probability of future losses and to determine the risk factor...
Analysis of pressure behaviors and flow regimes of naturally and hydraulically fractured unconventional gas reservoirs using multi-linear flow regimes approach
Al-Rbeawi, Salam (2017-09-01)
This paper targets the applicability of multi-linear flow regimes approach in gas reservoirs having multiple porous media: matrix, natural fractures, and hydraulic fractures. The approach attempts to understand pressure profiles and flow regimes developed in some of unconventional shale layers that have already been naturally fractured. In this paper, the main focus is given to fluid flow phenomenon from the matrix towards naturally induced fractures and from these fractures to the hydraulic fractures. Stud...
Analysis of volatility feedback and leverage effects on the ISE30 index using high frequency data
Inkaya, A.; Okur, Y. Yolcu (Elsevier BV, 2014-03-15)
In this study, we employ the techniques of Malliavin calculus to analyze the volatility feedback and leverage effects for a better understanding of financial market dynamics. We estimate both effects for a general semimartingale model applying Fourier analysis developed in Malliavin and Mancino (2002) [10]. We further investigate their joint behaviour using 5 min data of the ISE30 index. On the basis of these estimations, we look for the evidence that volatility feedback effect rate can be employed in the s...
Analysis of carbon dioxide sequestration in shale gas reservoirs by using experimental adsorption data and adsorption models
Merey, Sukru; Sınayuç, Çağlar (2016-11-01)
For carbon dioxide (CO2) sequestration in depleted shale gas reservoirs or CO2 injection as an enhanced shale gas recovery technique, it is important to understand the adsorption mechanism in these reservoirs. In this study, experimental adsorption measurements for Dadas shale samples were conducted at 25 degrees C, 50 degrees C, and 75 degrees C up to approximately 2000 psia by using pure CO2 (maximum adsorption capacity 0.211 mmol/g at 25 degrees C) and pure methane (CH4) (maximum adsorption capacity 0.04...
Analysis of Embodied Carbon in Buildings Supported by a Data Validation System
Kayaçetin, Nuri Cihan; Tanyer, Ali Murat (null, Springer, 2018-01-01)
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C. Karpuz, “Analysis of Tunçbilek Underground Coal Mine accidents based on Risk Analysis Techniques,” 2000, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: