Water splitting through Pb/PbO cycle

Çalışan, Atalay
Oğulgonen, Celal Güvenç
Üner, Deniz
Kıncal, Serkan


Water splittıng through Pb/PbO cycle
Oğulgonen, Celal Güvenç; Çalışan, Atalay; Üner, Deniz; Kıncal, Serkan (2018-03-15)
Water adsorption on the stepped Si(110) surface
Katırcıoğlu, Şenay (Wiley, 1996-07-01)
We have investigated the possible water adsorption forms on the stepped Si(110) surface. Calculations have been performed by using the empirical tight-binding method. Two types of adsorption model of water on a single layer stepped Si(110) surface have been considered, one of them is the dissociative type (H, OH) and the other one is the molecular type (H2O). The total electronic energy and TDOS calculations lead to a dissociative type of water adsorption on the stepped Si(110) surface excluding the molecul...
Water content estimated from point scale to plot scale
Akyürek, Sevda Zuhal; Abgarmi, Bizhan; Binley, Andrew (2017-12-11)
Soil moisture controls the portioning of rainfall into infiltration and runoff. Here we investigate measurements of soil moisture using a range of techniques spanning different spatial scales. In order to understand soil water content in a test basin, 512 km2 in area, in the south of Turkey, a Cosmic Ray CRS200B soil moisture probe was installed at elevation of 1459 m and an ML3 ThetaProbe (CS 616) soil moisture sensor was established at 5cm depth used to get continuous soil moisture. Neutron count measurem...
ALHAYEK, I; Katırcıoğlu, Şenay (1993-04-20)
In this work, a number of density of states calculations are carried out to investigate the adsorption forms of H2O on Si(110). The TDOS calculated by the empirical tight binding method lead to a dissociative type of adsorption of H2O on Si(110) and not to molecular adsorption.
Water distribution network design by partial enumeration
Keleş, Gültekin; Merzi, Nuri; Department of Civil Engineering (2005)
Water distribution networks are being designed by traditional methods based on rules-of-thumb and personal experience of the designer. However, since there is no unique solution to any network design, namely there are various combinations of pipes, pumps, tanks all of which satisfy the same pressure and velocity restrictions, it is most probable that the design performed by traditional techniques is not the optimum one. This study deals how an optimization technique can be a useful tool for a designer durin...
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A. Çalışan, C. G. Oğulgonen, D. Üner, and S. Kıncal, “Water splitting through Pb/PbO cycle,” 2018, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: file:///C:/Users/DELL/Documents/resume/IHTEC_2018_Proceedings.pdf.