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Energy and exergy efficiencies for society

Çamdali, Ü. | Tun, ¸M.

Article | 2008 | Journal of the Energy Institute81 ( 2 ) , pp.118 - 122

Exergy is defined as the maximum amount of work and exergy concept gives an effective way by using the conservation of energy principle. This concept is used to evaluate energy use of societies. In this respect, energy and exergy efficiencies are defined to evaluate sector efficiencies in societies. The main principles are then applied to Turkey's utility, transportation, industrial and residential and commercial sectors. In this study, it seen that even though the utility sector is using the most energy and exergy values, industrial sector has the most energy and exergy efficient which are about 65 and 35% respectively. © 2008 Ener . . .gy Institute Daha fazlası Daha az

Fragments of a buried urban past revealed through multi-layered voids hidden below the mosque of St. Daniel: The case of the underground museum in Tarsus

Cetin, M. | Doyduk, S.

Conference Object | 2008 | WIT Transactions on the Built Environment102 , pp.129 - 137

The historical process of urban-architectural layering in cities appears to accentuate the role of the intersections between various networks of urban circulation and public spaces from different eras. One of these spaces was recently unearthed in southern Turkey, where many civilizations have accumulated over the course of time. This underground building complex consists of cavities in addition to the remains of the foundations of a 16th century Ottoman bath, as well as the tomb of St. Daniel next to a Roman bridge vault that were recently excavated below 19th century Makam Mosque in Tarsus. The spatial formation here displays an e . . .xtraordinarily complicated three dimensional stratification below the ground. This paper begins with historical research and analysis of space and continues with a design proposal to fuse all the religious, historical, geographical, architectural, spatial and material content into a single tectonic entity. Therefore, in summary, the paper addresses the issues of multi faceted design criteria regarding tangible and intangible aspects, and further discusses the issues such as; how such physical contexts enable multiple readings of history through spatial configuration, how geometrical grammar operates to narrate the history of urban stratification and how state-of-the- art architectural and engineering technology co-exist in historic contexts Daha fazlası Daha az

The bilateral J-curve: Turkey versus her 13 trading partners

Halicioglu, F.

Article | 2008 | Journal of Asian Economics19 ( 3 ) , pp.236 - 243

This study empirically analyses bilateral J-curve dynamics of Turkey with her 13 trading partners using quarterly time series data over the period 1985-2005. Short- and long-run impacts of the depreciation of Turkish lira on the trade balance between Turkey and her 13 trading partners are estimated from the bounds cointegration testing approach and error correction modelling. The empirical results indicate that whilst there is no J-curve effect in the short-run, but in the long-run, the real depreciation of the Turkish lira has positive impact on Turkey's trade balance in couple of countries. The stability of the long-run trade bala . . .nce equations is also checked through CUSUM and CUSUMSQ stability tests. © 2008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved Daha fazlası Daha az

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