Senem Çabuk

Senem Çabuk
Ankara University · Department of Astronomy and Space Science

PhD Candidate


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Senem ÇABUK is a PhD candidate at the Department of Astronomy and Space Science, Ankara University. Senem does research in Astronomy and Astrophysics.


Publications (6)
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In this research, we investigate the presence of three dimensional printer technology, past daily development, and applications in science and technology. "3D Printers and Applications" is a research in which we deal with details of the history, structure and equipment, software, usage areas and applications of 3D printers, which have become an ind...
Conference Paper
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With the ever-growing demands of the population and the ever-growing world of consumption and technology, the resources of the planet Earth are limited. According to Cohen (2007), some of the Earth's major resources, such as metals and minerals needed to develop the technology and food industries, may be depleted within the next 40-50 years, based...
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Astrophysicians initially use spectral classification to distinguish whether a star is a normal (or solar composition) A or is a metallic-lined chemically-peculiar A star. This process uses the results of a century of stellar astrophysical experience. Here we study the atmospheric characteristics of the both kinds of A type stars. The hotter A star...
Technical Report
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In astrophysics, there is no possibility for a direct measurement of the temperature, gas pressure and/or chemical composition of the stars. Information about the physical parameters of a star is extracted from its radiation by constructing a model of the medium where the radiation forms, and by subsequently modelling a spectrum that is fitted to t...


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