Monte Carlo simulation studies of binary mixtures

Karaaslan, Hasan


Monte Carlo solution of a radiative heat transfet problem in a 3-D rectangular enclosure containing absorbing, emitting and anisotropically scattering medium
Demirkaya, Gökmen; Arınç, Faruk; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2003)
In this study, the application of a Monte Carlo method (MCM) for radiative heat transfer in three-dimensional rectangular enclosures was investigated. The study covers the development of the method from simple surface exchange problems to enclosure problems containing absorbing, emitting and isotropically/anisotropically scattering medium. The accuracy of the MCM was first evaluated by applying the method to cubical enclosure problems. The first one of the cubical enclosure problems was prediction of radiat...
Monte Carlo analysis of the effects of the material and shape uncertainties on radar cross section by the finite difference time domain method
Kazar, Ali Kemal; Kuzuoğlu, Mustafa; Özgün, Özlem; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2013)
The aim of this research is to analyze the variations in Radar Cross Section (RCS) values of dielectric and conducting objects due to material and shape uncertainties by employing the Finite Difference Time Domain Method and the Monte Carlo approach in electromagnetic scattering problems. MATLAB codes are developed and validated to solve the electromagnetic scattering problem involving two and three dimensional arbitrarily-shaped objects. Basic principles of FDTD and its implementation in MATLAB are describ...
Modeling interest rates moving in a band
Özel, Özgür; Hayfavi, Azize; Department of Financial Mathematics (2018)
It is not uncommon to observe interest rates or currencies to move in a band or being subject to an upper and/or lower bound set by national central banks. The Turkish Central Bank is using the interest rate corridor system actively in tandem with the liquidity policy to fine–tune the short rate in the TRY money market. Bond pricing models relying on a single factor use the short rate as the sole determinant of the entire yield curve. It would be a big mistake to ignore the fact that the short rate in Turke...
Computer simulation of the structure of amorphous silicon using Monte Carlo technique.
Dereli, Gülay; Ellialtıoğlu, Süleyman Şinasi; Department of Physics (1987)
Monte Carlo Analysis of Molecule Absorption Probabilities in Diffusion-Based Nanoscale Communication Systems with Multiple Receivers
ARIFLER, DOGU; Arifler, Dizem (2017-04-01)
For biomedical applications of nanonetworks, employing molecular communication for information transport is advantageous over nano-electromagnetic communication: molecular communication is potentially biocompatible and inherently energy-efficient. Recently, several studies have modeled receivers in diffusion-based molecular communication systems as "perfectly monitoring" or "perfectly absorbing" spheres based on idealized descriptions of chemoreception. In this paper, we focus on perfectly absorbing receive...
Citation Formats
H. Karaaslan, “Monte Carlo simulation studies of binary mixtures,” Ph.D. - Doctoral Program, Middle East Technical University, 1994.