Developing Al-Sm Alloys for Structural Applications

Polat, Gökhan
Kalay, Yunus Eren
TMS 2017 146th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, 26 February - 02 March 2017


Developing replaceable members for steel lateral load resisting systems
Bozkurt, Mehmet Bakır; Topkaya, Cem; Department of Civil Engineering (2017)
Steel structures utilize lateral load resisting systems to provide sufficient strength, stiffness and ductility. Damaged structures need to be either demolished or retrofitted to recover their initial properties after a major earthquake. In steel structures, damage is concentrated to predefined fuse members and most other members are designed to behave elastic under seismic events. In buckling restrained braced frames (BRBFs) and eccentrically braced frames (EBFs), the fuse members are well defined and can ...
Developing food analysis methods using benchtop NMR spectrometer
Söyler, Alper; Öztop, Halil Mecit; Department of Food Engineering (2019)
The online monitoring of chemical reactions by using benchtop Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has become increasingly attractive for the past few years. The use of quantitative online NMR spectroscopy is a promising alternative to traditional analytical methods with its rapid, quantitative and non-invasive nature that makes it applicable to complex and diverse biochemical mixtures like food systems. In this dissertation, sucrose hydrolysis by invertase and milk lactose hydrolysis were chosen a...
Developing fungal reactor for organic chlorine removal from pulping effluents
Taseli, BK; Gökçay, Celal Ferdi (1997-05-01)
Organic halides are considered environmentally suspect as some are known to have toxic, mutagenic and carcinogenic effects on the biota. A fungus, which is able to affect close to 60 % AOX, colour and TOC removals from softwood bleachery effluents in batch tests have been isolated and tentatively identified. This fungus was subsequently tested for its ability to degrade PCP, a common preservative used in controlling wood rot. Low agitation speeds preferred by the fungus during batch culturing indicated its ...
Developing quantitative experimental model systems to study drug resistance
Danisik, Nurseda; Baygin, Rana Can; Temena, Mehmet Arda; Acar, Ahmet (2021-10-05)
It is widely known that secondary resistance inevitably leads to treatment failure through Darwinian evolution. Therefore, quantifying the clonal evolution using experimental model systems can hold a great promise in designing evolutionarily informed therapies, and thus, in predicting drug response. In this talk, I present our recently developed strategy that contributed to the understanding of collateral drug sensitivity with its direct link to clonal evolution to overcome the drug resistance in non-small ...
Developing and designing conditions for the prilling of molten aluminum sulfate hydrate.
Örnek, Doğan; Gürkan, Türker; Department of Chemical Engineering (1993)
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G. Polat and Y. E. Kalay, “Developing Al-Sm Alloys for Structural Applications,” presented at the TMS 2017 146th Annual Meeting and Exhibition, 26 February - 02 March 2017, 2017, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: