Use of ames test in evaluating mutagenicity formation potentials of various naturral waters in the vicinity of.

Yılmaz, Özlem Küle


Use of pro scale simulatiors to understand the effects of wettability on miscible carbon dioxide flooding and injectivity
Uzun, İlkay; Akın, Serhat; Department of Petroleum and Natural Gas Engineering (2005)
This study concentrates on the modelling of three phase flow and miscible CO2 flooding in pore networks that captures the natural porous medium of a reservoir. That is to say, the network, that is a Matlab code, consists of different sided triangles which are located randomly through the grids. The throats that connect the pores are also created by the model. Hence, the lengths and the radii of the throats are varying. The network used in this research is assumed to be representative of mixed-wet carbonates...
Use of IR thermography for the assessment of surface-water drainage problems in a historical building, Agzikarahan (Aksaray), Turkey
Tavukçuoğlu, Ayşe; Caner-Saltik, EN; Demirci, S (Elsevier BV, 2005-07-01)
A non-destructive study was conducted on the 13th century caravanserai of Agzikarahan in Aksaray, Turkey, suffering from problems of seasonal rising damp in its lower parts. Both infrared (IR) thermography and a levelling survey were used for determining whether or not a surface-water drainage system was incorporated into its original construction and what its existing condition was. A map of its immediate periphery was produced, indicating overall slopes and local falls in reference to overhead roof draina...
Use of ter techniques and the PCA technique in electromagnetic target feature extraction
Karaduman, Mehmet; Turhan Sayan, Gönül; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2000)
Use of the LM-OSL technique for the detection of partial bleaching in quartz
Agersnap Larsen, N.; Bulur, Enver; Bøtter-Jensen, L.; McKeever, S.W.S. (2000-12-15)
We present a study of the sensitivity to light (ease-of-bleaching) of the trapped charge in sedimentary quartz grains using an optically stimulated luminescence (OSL) technique in which the intensity of the stimulation light is linearly increased during the measurement period. The technique is known as linear modulation OSL (LM-OSL). In controlled laboratory conditions, this technique has been employed to study the ease-of-bleaching of the trapped charge in quartz by comparing the OSL curves of quartz aliqu...
Use of NMR relaxometry to assess physicochemical characteristics of seeds and grains
Ünal, Kübra; Öztop, Halil Mecit; Alpas, Hami; Department of Food Engineering (2022-8)
Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) relaxometry is a widely used characterization method for the analysis of physiological and biochemical changes in a huge variety of samples. Time domain NMR (TD-NMR) relaxometry provides structural analysis at low magnetic fields. It is basically relies on the relaxation times of proton signals coming from the entire sample. Thus, it provides quantification of water absorption and analyzing its distribution within the biological systems. In this dissertation, plant tissues a...
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Ö. K. Yılmaz, “Use of ames test in evaluating mutagenicity formation potentials of various naturral waters in the vicinity of.,” Middle East Technical University, 1992.