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Interacting Dark Fluids in LRS Bianchi Type-II Universe  [PDF]
Vijay Gulabrao Mete, Pratiksha Brahmadeo Murade, Abhijit Shankarrao Bansod
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1104900
Abstract: At the present paper, Locally Rotationally Symmetric (LRS) Bianchi type-II cosmological model with interacting dark matter (DM) and holographic dark energy (DE) have been discussed. In order to obtain solutions of the field equations, it is assume that the shear scalar (σ) is proportional to expansion scalar (θ). To have a general description of holographic dark energy and dark matter, a phenomenological parameterization of dark energy in terms of its equation of state (EoS) has been taken. Statefinder diagnostic pair i.e.{r, s}is adopted to separate other existing dark energy models from this model. Here we discuss two models: when n=1/2, we obtain acyclic universe and the model converges into phantom region whereas when n=3/2, we get a expanding universe and the model converges into quintessence region. Some important geometrical and physical features regarding to this model have also been studied.
Einstein Rosen Mesonic Perfect Fluid Cosmological Model with Time Dependent Λ-Term  [PDF]
Vijay G. Mete, Vijay D. Elkar
International Journal of Astronomy and Astrophysics (IJAA) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ijaa.2016.61007
Abstract: Mesonic perfect fluid solutions are found in general relativity with the aid of Einstein’s Rosen cylindrically symmetric space time. A static vacuum model and a non-static cosmological model corresponding to perfect fluid are investigated. The cosmological term Λ is found to be a decreasing function of time which is supported by the result found from recent type Ia Supernovae observations. The various physical and geometrical features of the model are discussed.
Influence On Physical Work While Working With Segmental Vibration Inducing Hand Operated Power Tools
Sudhir Vinayakrao. Deshmukh,Suresh Gulabrao Patil
International Journal of Engineering and Technology , 2012,
Abstract: Study evaluates and assesses the work done by vibrating equipments. It includes the assessment of influence of various independent variables associated with hand tools, operators, work & environmental factors on various dependent variables. Three tools selected for study include Rock drill (Dry type) (Tool-1), Concrete breaker (Tool-2), Hand grinder (Tool-3). The impact of vibration exposure on health of operators is assessed by the help of survey. It is found that the human energy expenditure is more in the subjects having low grip strength whereas it is less in the subjects of more grip strength. The subjects having more grip strength show less change in touch sensation. The human energy expenditure of subjects of hand grinder is significantly less than the subjects of rock drill and concrete breaker. The presence of hand arm vibration Syndrome (HAVS) in the subjects under heavy work, like rock drill and concrete breaker found very high.
Solving Water Problems of a Metropolis  [PDF]
Ahmet Mete Saatci
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2013.54A002

The metropolis of Istanbul has faced water supply challenges throughout history; however the situation escalated in the past decade with rapid population growth. Water demand of an ever-growing city could only be solved by transporting water from surrounding water basins as far as 190 km away from the city border. Moreover, imbalanced distribution of water resources and imbalanced water demand on the European and Asian side of the city was resolved by transporting water from Asian side to the European side, by laying water transmission pipes under the Bosphorus Strait and by constructing a tunnel passing 130 m under the Strait. Another difficulty that required challenging solutions was the protection of water reservoirs of the city, hence illegal settlements arose in the reservoir watershed zones due to fast urban growth and migration from rural areas. Discharge of wastewater from illegal settlements caused not only algae growth in water treatment plant (WTP) of one of the largest reservoirs of Istanbul, but also eventual death of algae was a major setback due to anaerobic conditions created in the reservoir. The problem was solved by tertiary treatment of the wastewater and by diverting the effluent through a tunnel away from the reservoir. The aim of this paper is to provide an insight into setbacks faced in a metropolis of 14 million and technical solutions provided against the pollution of reservoirs.

Muammer Hoca/A abey’i Anlatmak
Mete ünal
tasar?m + kuram , 2011,
Abstract: Prof. Mete ünal makalesinde, “k rk d rt y l birlikte al t m hocam ve a abeyim” diye tan mlad Muammer Onat’ ü ana ba l kta de erlendiriyor: “insan” olarak, “e itimci- retici, yol g sterici” olarak ve “mimar” olarak.ünal, 1960’da talya yapt seyahatin Muammer Onat’ n mimar kimli inin yan s ra e itimci kimli inin de geli mesi bak m ndan ok etkili oldu unu vurguluyor.Ayr ca Onat’ n, 1968 renci hareketlerinin ard ndan Akademi’de yap lan e itim reformu kapsam nda mimarl k b lümünde yap lan de i ikliklerdeki de erli katk lar na dikkat ekiyor.ünal makalesinin ü üncü b lümünde Muammer Onat’ ; konuttan toplu konuta,büro binalar ndan endüstri yap lar na, i mekan düzenlemelerinden evre düzenlemelerine, kentsel tasar mdan ve restorasyona kadar mimarl n farkl pratiklerinde verdi i ok nemli yap tlar ba lam nda ele al yor. Bunlar aras nda Frej Apartman ve Ford Vakf dülünü alm olan De irmendere Güzel Sanatlar Park ’na geni yer veriyor.
An Economic Analysis of the Military Expenditure and External Debt in Argentina
Mete Feridun
Economic Analysis Working Papers , 2005,
Abstract: This study analyzes the Argentinean Financial Crisis of 2001 through investigating the impact of military expenditure on external debt in Argentina. For this purpose, Granger-causality testing procedure is applied on yearly data between 1971 and 2002. Strong evidence emerged that military burden had no impact on the evolution of debt in Argentina: Results of Granger-causality test show that the null hypotheses of military expenditure does not granger cause external debt is not rejected. Results show no evidence of reverse causality either. This finding invalidates the hypothesis that military burden may be important in determining the evolution of debt in developing countries.
Management of Acute Abdomen in Children
Mete Kaya
Güncel Pediatri , 2012,
Abstract: Acute abdomen in children is still a diagnostic dilemma, and accounts for the majority of pediatric emergency admissions. The causes range from life-threatening surgical emergencies to benign non-surgical conditions. Although laboratory tests and imaging modalities may help to diagnose, medical history and physical examination are most important factors in children. This article reviewed the investigations that aid in the establishment of a diagnosis and the current management of an acute abdomen. (Jo-ur-nal of Cur-rent Pe-di-at-rics 2012; 10: 31-5)
Middle East Technical University Journal of the Faculty of Architecture , 2009,
Semi-supervised Segmentation Fusion of Multi-spectral and Aerial Images
Mete Ozay
Computer Science , 2015, DOI: 10.1109/ICPR.2014.659
Abstract: A Semi-supervised Segmentation Fusion algorithm is proposed using consensus and distributed learning. The aim of Unsupervised Segmentation Fusion (USF) is to achieve a consensus among different segmentation outputs obtained from different segmentation algorithms by computing an approximate solution to the NP problem with less computational complexity. Semi-supervision is incorporated in USF using a new algorithm called Semi-supervised Segmentation Fusion (SSSF). In SSSF, side information about the co-occurrence of pixels in the same or different segments is formulated as the constraints of a convex optimization problem. The results of the experiments employed on artificial and real-world benchmark multi-spectral and aerial images show that the proposed algorithms perform better than the individual state-of-the art segmentation algorithms.
Growth and Toxin Production by Microcystis Aeruginosa PCC 7806 (Kutzing) Lemmerman at Elevated Salt Concentrations  [PDF]
Ken Black, Mete Yilmaz, Edward J. Phlips
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2011.26077
Abstract: One of the most common and widespread bloom-forming cyanobacteria associated with toxin production is Microcystis aeruginosa (Kutzing) Lemmerman. While normally associated with fresh water environments, this toxigenic species has been observed at bloom concentrations in a number of major estuaries worldwide. This study examined the effect of salinity on growth and toxin production by M. aeruginosa strain PCC 7806 under controlled laboratory conditions. Salt concentrations above 12.6 ppt resulted in total cessation of growth. Toxin production was similarly affected, with cultures grown in salt concentrations of 4.6 ppt and above yielding less toxin than the control after 20 days of culture. Toxin concentrations after 20 days of culture were 40% of the control at 4.6 ppt. The relative proportion of extracellular to intracellular toxin increased over time in cultures with salt concentrations greater than 4.6 ppt. Extracellular toxins persisted in the media long after the cessation of growth. The results suggest that the influence of M. aeruginosa and/or its toxins can extend well out into estuarine environments under the influence of significant freshwater inputs.
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