Release of metal ions from fly ash orginating from coal-fired thermal power plants

Egemen, Ege


Generation of surface waves due to sudden movements at the sea bottom
Kırlangıç, Özgür Ulaş; Aydın, İsmail; Department of Civil Engineering (2004)
A mathematical model is developed for investigating time dependent surface deformations of a hydrostatic water volume, when it is subjected to a sudden partial collapse or rise of the sea bottom. The model solves two-dimensional Navier-Stokes Equations on a vertical plane numerically by using Marker and Cell Method (MAC) for viscous and compressible fluid including all the nonlinear effects in the solution. For demonstration, a vertical motion was given to a section in a hypothetical reservoir bed within a ...
Production of hydrogen by rhodobacter sphaeroides O.U. 001
Arık, Tüzün; Eroğlu, İnci; Gündüz, Ufuk; Department of Biotechnology (1995)
Escape of photoelectrons and Compton-scattered photons from an HPGe detector
Can, Cüneyt (Wiley, 2003-07-01)
The response function of a planar HPGe detector due to escape of photoelectrons and Compton-scattered photons was studied for a point source with 59.5 keV energy. It was shown that both mechanisms, in addition to Ge x-ray escape, leading to partial deposition of energy, could be observed in the same experiment. A Monte Carlo program was used to investigate these components of the response function. The results indicate that although the escape of scattered photons and Ge x-rays are of the same magnitude, th...
Accumulation of nonylphenol in Gold fish and Suckermouth catfish in the semi static aquarium system
Uguz, C; Dagcan, AT; İşcan, Mesude; Togan, İnci Zehra (2004-05-01)
Escape of photons and electrons from an HPGe detector at 81 keV
Yilmaz, E; Pekoz, R; Can, Cüneyt (Wiley, 2006-01-01)
Escape of Ge K x-rays, Compton-scattered incident radiation and photoelectrons from an HPGe detector was investigated for 81 keV incident photons. All three escape mechanisms were observed in the same experiment. Experimental escape fractions were compared with the results from Monte Carlo simulations. Good agreement was obtained for the escape of photons. However, the simulations underestimated the escape of photoelectrons. Copyright (c) 2005 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Citation Formats
E. Egemen, “Release of metal ions from fly ash orginating from coal-fired thermal power plants,” Middle East Technical University, 1993.