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Turgut, Turkey

Bayburt University is a public research university in the city of Bayburt, Turkey. The research and education conducted by the university has an emphasis on engineering and natural science.The official language of instruction at BU is Turkish.Vision And MissionMissionMission of Bayburt University is not only to prepare students who bring out,share and present knowledge to use of society as leaders to a responsible life but also to develop social,cultural and economic conditions of people in local and country by means of qualified education,research and service programs.VisionUniversity of Bayburt has aimed to be one of the universities or institutions popular all over the world in education, research and service;to provide rare opportunities for education and self-improvement of students;and to be the address of both an academic group sharing the responsibility of developing people’s quality of life in the local and country;and student-centered researches. Wikipedia.


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Serencam U.,Bayburt University
Energy Sources, Part B: Economics, Planning and Policy | Year: 2017

Turkey has many problems due to its increasing energy consumption and rapid economic growth. Foreign energy dependency adversely affects sustainable development of the country by hindering its economic development. Turkey has a yearly total 433 TWh hydropower capacity and 151 TWh yearly economical capacity. The electricity demand of Turkey will reach to around 420 TWh annually by 2020. Turkey had 521 operational hydropower plants with a total capacity of almost 24,000 MW in 2014. This corresponds to 34% of the total capacity. Within the first 8 months of 2015, 8 more hydropower plants came online with a capacity of around 1,240 MW. The share of hydro in power generation capacity went up by 1% during the first five months of the year reaching 35% from its previous 34% level in 2014. © 2017 Taylor & Francis Group, LLC


Sahin R.,Bayburt University
Neural Computing and Applications | Year: 2017

Normal neutrosophic set, which allows a combination of the normal fuzzy number and the neutrosophic number, is a powerful tool for handling the incompleteness, indeterminacy and inconsistency of evaluation information. Based on the opinion of prioritized aggregation operators developed to describe the prioritization relationships among several attributes, this paper investigates some prioritized aggregation operators for aggregating the normal neutrosophic information, such as normal neutrosophic prioritized weighted averaging operator and normal neutrosophic prioritized weighted geometric operator, and then extends these operators to the generalized prioritized weighted aggregation operators, including normal neutrosophic generalized prioritized weighted averaging operator and normal neutrosophic generalized prioritized weighted geometric operator, respectively. They can take into account the prioritization facts in the aggregated information. Moreover, some of their desirable properties are investigated in detail. A multiple attribute decision-making method is developed for solving a kind of problems in which the decision attributes have different priority level commonly and they take the form of normal neutrosophic numbers. Finally, an illustrative example based on the prioritization relationship over the evaluation data is given to depict the effectiveness and feasibility of the developed decision-making method, which are then compared to the existing approaches. © 2017 The Natural Computing Applications Forum


Dertli E.,UK Institute of Food Research | Dertli E.,Bayburt University | Mayer M.J.,UK Institute of Food Research | Narbad A.,UK Institute of Food Research
BMC Microbiology | Year: 2015

Background: The bacterial cell surface is a crucial factor in cell-cell and cell-host interactions. Lactobacillus johnsonii FI9785 produces an exopolysaccharide (EPS) layer whose quantity and composition is altered in mutants that harbour genetic changes in their eps gene clusters. We have assessed the effect of changes in EPS production on cell surface characteristics that may affect the ability of L. johnsonii to colonise the poultry host and exclude pathogens. Results: Analysis of physicochemical cell surface characteristics reflected by Zeta potential and adhesion to hexadecane showed that an increase in EPS gave a less negative, more hydrophilic surface and reduced autoaggregation. Autoaggregation was significantly higher in mutants that have reduced EPS, indicating that EPS can mask surface structures responsible for cell-cell interactions. EPS also affected biofilm formation, but here the quantity of EPS produced was not the only determinant. A reduction in EPS production increased bacterial adhesion to chicken gut explants, but made the bacteria less able to survive some stresses. Conclusions: This study showed that manipulation of EPS production in L. johnsonii FI9785 can affect properties which may improve its performance as a competitive exclusion agent, but that positive changes in adhesion may be compromised by a reduction in the ability to survive stress. © 2015 Dertli et al.


Altuntas S.,Bayburt University | Dereli T.,University of Gaziantep
Expert Systems with Applications | Year: 2014

The aim of this article is to propose a novel approach based on a method called Decision-Making Trial and Evaluation Laboratory (DEMATEL) and patent citation analysis for prioritizing the portfolio of investment projects. The proposed approach reflects the government's perspective and takes into account two important prioritization criteria. They are: (i) the decreasing rate of foreign trade deficits in the country and (ii) the potential to attract new investments which are not considered in the literature before. A case study from Turkey is presented to demonstrate the benefits of the proposed approach. The findings show that the proposed approach can be used easily and efficiently to prioritize investment projects among available project proposals. © 2014 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Yilmaz Y.,Gazi University | Mollamahmutoglu M.,Bayburt University
Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering | Year: 2010

The liquefaction susceptibility of various graded fine to medium saturated sands are evaluated by stress controlled cyclic triaxial laboratory tests. Cyclic triaxial tests are performed on reconstituted specimens having global relative density of 60%. In all cyclic triaxial tests, loading pattern is selected as a sinusoidal wave form with 1.0 Hz frequency and effective consolidation pressure is chosen as 100 kPa. Liquefaction resistance is defined as the required cyclic stress ratio causing initial liquefaction in 10 cycles during the cyclic triaxial test. The results are used to draw conclusions on the effect of the extreme void ratios and void ratio range on the liquefaction resistance of various graded sands. © 2009 ASCE.


Donel G.,Bayburt University | Dogan S.,Atatürk University
Zootaxa | Year: 2011

The stigmaeid mites collected from Kelkit Valley in Turkey are investigated. Nine new species, Cheylostigmaeus urhani sp. nov., Eustigmaeus varius sp. nov., Ledermuelleriopsis indiscretus sp. nov., Stigmaeus additicius sp. nov., S. angustus sp. nov., S. ayyildizi sp. nov., S. furcatus sp. nov., S. kelkitensis sp. nov. and Prostigmaeus integrius sp. nov., are described and illustrated. The following four stigmaeid species are new records for the Turkish fauna: Cheylostigmaeus salinus Evans, Eustigmaeus lacuna (Summers), Stigmaeus glabrisetus Summers and S. solidus Kuznetsov. Some known stigmaeid mites are recorded from new localities. This is the first record of the genus Prostigmaeus Kuznetsov in Turkey. Keys to Kelkit Valley genera and species of Stigmaeidae are included. © 2011 - Magnolia Press.


Altuntas S.,Bayburt University | Selim H.,Dokuz Eylül University
Expert Systems with Applications | Year: 2012

Facility layout has considerable effects on the operational productivity and efficiency of a facility because of its direct effect on material handling costs. The objective of this study is to propose new weighted association rule-based data mining approaches for facility layout problem. Classic association rule-based approaches assume that each item has the same level of significance. On the other hand, in weighted association rule-based approaches, each item is assigned a weight according to its significance with respect to some user defined criteria. In this study, different weighted association rule-based data mining approaches, namely MINWAL(O), MINWAL(W), WARM and BWARM, are applied to facility layout problem. To confirm the viability of the proposed approaches, two case studies are presented. The approaches are compared in terms of general performance criteria for the facility layout problems using simulation. This is the first study that applies weighted association rule-based data mining approaches to facility layout problem. To address the needs in practice, "demand", "part handling factor" and "efficiency of material handling equipment" are used as the weighting criteria. Then, this study differs from the previous works in that it considers the three key location factors together. © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Yener E.,Bayburt University | Hinislioglu S.,Atatürk University
Energy Education Science and Technology Part A: Energy Science and Research | Year: 2011

The equi-viscous temperature range of asphalt has long been used in establishing the mixing temperature for mix designs and field production of hot mix asphalt (HMA). However, this method considers only binder viscosity to determine the mixing temperatures of the aggregate and asphalt. It is well known that depending on the gradation of aggregate and the type of plant and the mixing time. The appropriate mixing temperature for the proper coating may be lower than that of the viscosity based method. The excessive temperature causes the possible performance problems related to the hardening of the asphalt binder and increases the energy consumption, the gas emissions and fumes. In this study, a new method for the determination of asphalt-aggregate mixing temperature which considers the mixture properties was introduced to asphalt industry. The mixing temperatures of different nine mixtures were determined by both conventional and the proposed method. The effects of the nominal maximum aggregate size (NMAS), crushed coarse aggregate ratio (CCAR), the type of gradation, and the grade of binder on the mixing temperature were evaluated with an experimental study. Results show that decreasing NMAS, CCAR and increasing the grade of binder decreased the mixing temperature which is needed for proper coating. In addition, results showed that as going away from restricted zone of the Superpave gradation, the needed temperature to coat the aggregates decreased. The proposed method resulted in lower temperatures comparing to the conventional method on an average of 13°C. This means a possible energy saving of 14.3 x 10 9 kcal or 1362000 kg of crude oil in a year in Turkey. As a result, the new method is recommended due to not only the saving in energy but also decreasing the gas emissions and fume, and possible performance benefits. © Sila Science.


Cakir U.,Bayburt University | Comakli K.,Atatürk University | Yuksel F.,Yalova University
Energy Conversion and Management | Year: 2012

Cogeneration system (CHP) is one of the ways to save the energy and use the energy efficiently. When compared to separate fossil-fired generation of heat and electricity, CHP may result in a consistent energy conservation (usually ranging from 10% to 30%) while the avoided CO 2 emissions are, as a first approximation, similar to the amount of energy saving. In terms of sustainability, one of the primary considerations is energy efficiency. Sustainable energy is considered as a kind of energy which is renewable and continuous, meaning that the use of such energy can potentially be kept up well into the future without causing harmful repercussions for future generations. In this study, environmental benefits and sustainability aspects of cogeneration systems and importance of those systems to the use of sustainable energy are underlined. To support this idea, first we have referred some scientific studies previously made on cogeneration systems and then we have used our own case study. The case study made on gas engined cogeneration system was applied for a hospital to show the sustainability aspects of cogeneration systems. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.


Tekin I.,Bayburt University
Construction and Building Materials | Year: 2016

In this study, geopolymer composite pastes (GCM) were produced using wastes of marble, travertine and natural pozzolan, with 1 M, 5 M and 10 M NaOH as alkali-activator. Curing process were done at 20, 45 and 75 °C temperatures for 24 h in an oven. And after that GCMs were exposed to wet and dry condition separately. The strength tests were done on the 2nd, 3rd, 7th, 28th and 90th days of curing period. The compressive strengths of the specimens in the wet conditions were reduced depending on time, but in dry conditions were increased with curing time. © 2016 Elsevier Ltd

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