Publications in TURKEY


Solar Novus
5/30/2018

A large number of professional visitors, as well as the participation delegations coming from around the world, will participate in the Solarex fair to be held at the Istanbul Expo Center between the dates of 4 and 6 April 2019. The companies that w

A U.S. Senate committee swiftly passed the latest version of a $716 billion defense bill last week, including a hard-hitting measure to block Turkey from acquiring Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II fighter jets. Democratic Senator Jeanne Shaheen and

T129 ATAK (click to view full) Turkey has been looking to modernize its attack helicopter fleet since the mid-1990s, but the process has mostly served as an object lesson in how not to buy defense equipment. This competition faced many difficulties

In the field of self-driving cars, algorithms for controlling lane changes are an important topic of study. But most existing lane-change algorithms have one of two drawbacks: Either they rely on detailed statistical models of the driving environmen

Transcripts What’s Up With Water for May 21, 2018 NASA scientists warn that water shortages may well be the environmental challenge of the century. A new study, the first of its kind in scope and detail, used satellite observations and local monito

Training drones to fly fast, around even the simplest obstacles, is a crash-prone exercise that can have engineers repairing or replacing vehicles with frustrating regularity. Now MIT engineers have developed a new virtual-reality training system fo

Antalya Hurma Project - Case Study
Customer: ANDRITZ (Switzerland) Project Name: Antalya Hurma WWTP Sludge Drying Plant Manufacturing year: 2007 / 2008 Scope of supply Steel Construction Building with SS Grating & Handrails 1 pcs. &Os

Kayseri WWTP Project- Turkey - Case Study
Customer: VA TECH WABAG (Germany) Project Name: Kayseri WWTP Capacity: 160.000 m³/ d Manufacturing year: 2002 Scope of supply 3 pcs. Cable Operated Coarse Bar Screen with 30 mm. bar

The Global Rundown Farmers and environmentalists decry Turkey’s ambitious Kanal Istanbul plan, which aims to ease traffic on the Bosphorus Strait. The Kenyan dam that burst last week was built illegally, an initial investigation shows. Gaza’s sole f

Chef Jamie Gwen competed on “Beat Bobby Flay” on Thursday, May 10 on the Food Network. (Photo by Anne Watson) Show Caption of Expand   Newport Beach chef Jamie Gwen almost competed against a top Food Network celebrity on “Beat Bobby

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