Jeoloji Münendisliği Dergisi
Jeoloji Mühendisliği Dergisi

Jeoloji Mühendisliği Dergisi

1978 HAZİRAN
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Erkan Nakoman
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ABSTRACT: La source de l`uranium, en ce qui concerne les gisements uranifères du type filonien, peut être le magma silioique de caractère acide ou les roches mafîques. Selon certains auteurs, ce type de gisements peut se former par les processus supergènes exogéniques. Selon d`autres, au cours de la mise en place des filons d`uranium les processus hydrothermaux endogéniques jouent le rôle essentiel, II existe 4 facteurs essentiels qui contribuent à l`accumulation de l`uranium dans les grès d`origine fluviatile. Il s`agit de la présence de la roche mère qui procure de l`uranium, le transport et la déposition de l`uranium et enfin la conservation du dépôt uranifère.. L`étude comparative de différentes hypothèses émises par de nombreux chercheurs concernant ces 4 facteurs précités peut mettre en évidence les agents contrôlant la formation de ce type des formations uranifères. En outre, l`étude de la formation des gisements conglomératiques de l`uranium, les placers radioactifs, les phosphates uranifères, les schistes noirs d`origine marine, les charbons et les hydrocarbures contenant de l`uranium, peut mettre au claire les mécanismes d`accumulation de l`uranium et les facteurs qui les contrôlent

  • Uranium Deposits

  • Formation Processes

  • Controlling Factors

  • Sandstones

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  • Barnes, F.Q, ve Buzieka, V. (1972): A genetic classification, of uranium deposits. 24. IGC Seet. IV, Mineral Deposits, pp. 159.162

  • Bohse, H,; Bose-Hansen, J.; Sorensen, H.; Steenfelt A; Lovborg, L. ve Kunzendorf,, H. (1974): On the behaviour of urajalum during crystallization of magmas. With special emphasis on alcalin magmas. Format, of Uranium Ore Deposits, Proc, L.ABA, pp. 49-60.

  • Bowie, S.H.U. v e Cameron, J, (1976): Existing and new techniques in uranium exploration. Explorât, or Uranium Ore Deposits, Proc IAEA, pp. 3-İ3

  • Breger, I.A. (1974) : The role of organic matter in the accumulation of uranium. Format, of Uranium Ore Deposits, Proc. IAEA, pp. 99-123

  • Breger, I.A. ve Beul, M, (1056) : The organic geochemistry of uranium. Intern, Conf Peace, ful Uses Atomic Energy, Proc, 6, pp. 4İ8-42İ.

  • Brown, H. ve Silver, L.T, (1956): The possibilities of obtaining longrange supplies of uranium, thorium and other substances from igneous rocks. U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof, Paper, no. 300, pp. 91-95

  • Cadigan, R.A. (1956): Possible relationship bet ween uranium ore deposits and the presence of kaolin in Trlassie sandstone (abs,). U.S. Geol. Sudv, Papers, no. 5-6.

  • Cater, F.W.Jr. (1954): Geology of the Bull Canyon Quadrangle. U,3, Geol. Surv, Geol. Quad. Map., GQ 33.

  • Davidson, G.F. (1966): Some genetic relations. hips between ore deposits and evaporltes. Trans. Inst. Wn, Metall,, Sevt, B, Appl. Earth Sei., v, 75, pp. 216-225.

  • Davidson, CF. ve Atking D. (1953): On the occurrence of uranium in phosphate rock. 19th Oongr, Geol, Intern., Sect. XI, Fase. XI, pp. 13-31.

  • Benson, N.M.- Bachman, G.O. ve Zeller, H.D. (1950): Summary of new` information on uraniferous Ugnitea in the Dakotas. U.S. Geol. Survey, TEM 175

  • Gabelman, J.W. (1956): Uranium deposits in limestone. Intern. Conf. Peaceful Uses Atomic Energy, Proc, 6, pp. 888-345.

  • Gabelman, J.W. (1977): Orogenic and taphrogenio uranium concentration. Recog, and Evaluât, of Uraniferous Areas, Proc. IAEA, pp, 109.119

  • Qangleff, A. (1970): Notes sommaires sur la géologie des principaux districts uranifères étudiés par le CEA. Uranium Explorât. Geology, Proc. IAEA, pp. 77-104

  • Geffroy, J. ve Sarcla, J.A. (1958) : La notion de gîte êplthermal uranifère et les problèmes qu`elle pose. Bull. Soc Gêol. de France, 6e série, v. VHI, pp. 178-190

  • Goldsztaub, S. ve Wey, R. (1955): Absorption des ions uranyles par les argiles. Bull. Soc. Frang. Minéral, et Crist., v. 78, pp, 242.248.

  • Grüner, J.W, (1956): Concentration of uranium by carbon compounds, Eeon, Geol,, v. 51, pp. 284-285

  • Hallbauer, D,K, (1975): The plant origin of the Witwatersrand carbon. Miner, Sei. Eng., v. 7, pp. 111-131,

  • Harshman, E.N. (1970): Uranium ore rolls in the United States. Uranium Explorât. Geology, Proc. IAEA, pp, 16Ö-İ8İ

  • Heinrich, E.W, (1958): Mineralogy and geology of radioactive raw materials. Me Graw-Hill Book Oomp, I nc

  • Hoffmann, J. (1943): Uran in Kohlen and Torf. Chem. Erde, v, 15, no, 3, pp. 277-282.

  • Koeberlin, F.R, (1938); Sedimantary cooper, vanadium, uranium and silver in southwestern United States. Boon. Geol., v. 33, pp. 468.461.

  • Kostov, I. (1977): Crystallochemlcal differentiation and localization of uranium ore deposits the earth`s crust. Recog. and Evaluât. Uraniferous Areas, Proc. IAEA, pp. 15-29.

  • Magne, R.; Berthelm, J.R. ve Dominergues, Y. (1974): Solubilisation et insolubilisatioa de l`uranium des granites par des bactéries heterotrophes. Format, Uranium Ore Deposits, Proc IAEA, pp. 73-86.

  • Me Kay, E.S. (1955) : Criteria for outlining areas favorable for uranium deposits in parts of Colorado and Utah. U.S. GeoL Surv, Bull., no. 1009-J.

  • Me Kelvey, V.E, (1956): Uranium in phosphate rock. Intern. Conf. Peaceful Uses Atomic Energy, Proc, 6, pp. 499.502.

  • Miholic. S. (1954) : Genesis of the Witwatersrand gold-uranium deposits. Boon, Geol., v, 49, pp. 537-540

  • Moore, G.W. (1954) • Extraction of uranium from aqueous solution by coal and some other materials. Boon. Geol., v. 49, pp. 652-658.

  • Nakoman, E, (1977): Sedimanter uranyum yatakları ve Türkiye`nin bu yönden olanakları. Prospektor, no. 3, pp, 22-ÎBi

  • Park, Ch, F. Jr. ve Mac Dlarmid, R.A. (197Ö): Ore deposits. 2nd ed. W.H, Freeman and Comp.

  • Pommer, A.M, (1957): Laboratory investigations on the origin of uranium and vanadium in the ores of the Colorado Plateau (abs.) 2nd Nuclear Eng. Sei. Conf. Prog. 14,

  • Rosholt, J.N.; Prijana, 0, ve Noble, D.O. (1971): Mobility of uranium and thorium in glassy and crystallized silisio volcanic rocks. Econ. Geol., v. 66, pp, 1061.1071

  • Baser, O.A. (1956) : Ore genesis of the black uranium ores of the Colorado Plateau. Uran. Inform. Digest,, v, 3, no. 7, pp. 12-13 ve 22-24,

  • Robertson, D.S. (1970): Uranium: Its geological occurrence as a guide to exploration. Uranium Explorât, Geology, Proc. IAEA, pp. 267-284.

  • Robertson, D.S. (1977): Basal Proterozoie units as fossil time markers and their use in uranium prospection. Format, Uranium Ore De. posits, Proc, IAEA, pp. 495-512

  • Szalay, S. (1954): The enrichment of uranium in some brown coals in Hungary. Acta Geol. Acad. Sei, Hung., II, Faso, 34-, pp ^ 229-310.

  • Varet, J. (1869): Les phonolites agpaltiques du Oantal Septentrional (Auvergne, France). Bull. Volcan., v. 33, p. 621.

  • Willagallis, A. (1970) : Zur Mikrosondeanalyse der U-Th-Minerale im Malsburgergraiüt, N,Jb. Miner. Abh., 114, no. 48.

  • Gürkan Yersel
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    ABSTRACT: Graphite, having hexagonal crystal structure, has a high heat transmission capacity and starts burning at 3500 °C, This property opens various fields of industrial usage to graphite, especially m metal extraction and maulding Graphte which is also used as electrodes has two different forms in nature. These are nomed as mocrs,- and nicro or crypto crystalline grophite. Graphite results from high heat effects In nature and its must common types are the metamorphie ares. World graphite production is 378.000 tons per year

  • Graphite Deposits

  • Mining

  • World Production

  • Geology

  • Bentz A, und H.J. Martini (1968): GeowissenBchaftllche Methoden I, Teil s. 1114-1117

  • Beteehtin A,G, (1974): Lehrbuch der speziellen Mineralogie, s. 162-168.

  • Cameron, Eugene (1960): Graphite, in Industrial Minerals and Rocks s. 455.469.

  • Dorn, Paul (1935): Geologische Studien im Fassaaer Graphitgneisgebiet Zeitseh, d, Deut. Geol. Gesell. 87, s. 632.660

  • Erdosh, George (1970) : Geology of Bogala Mine, Ceylon and the Origin of Vein-Type Graphite Miner. Deposita, V. 15 N. 4, 376-382.

  • Erhard, Kurt (1977): Adolph Bessel und die Graphitaufbereltung in KropfmühL Erzmetall, Bd. 30, H. 3, 79-83.

  • Klar, Gustav (1977)- Graphitberbaue und Graphitproduktion. Erzmetall, 30, H. 9, 410.413,

  • Klar, Gustav (1957): Die wichtigüten Gmphitvorkom. men der Welt. Erzmetall, 10, 294-297.

  • Maoköwsky,, M, Th. (1962): Gibt es Graphit in Kohle und Koks? Fortsch. d. Mneralogie, 10-17.

  • McCartney, T and S. Brgun (1967): Optical Properties of Coals and Graphite, 4Sp.

  • Oelsner, O und E. Krüger (1987): Lragerstaetten der Steine und Erden s. 112-120,

  • Petrascheck, Walter (1961) : Lagerstaettelehre, 186-171 Bamdohr (1969): The Ore Minerals and their intergrowths, p. 384-392,

  • Weinelt, Winfried (1973): Eine graphitführende Me. tamorphit-Serie ün Moldanubikum des Hinteren Bayrischen Waldes. Geol. Bavarica 68, 87-99.

  • Willard, G. David (1973): Graphite, Mlneralsyearbook V. I, 583-592

  • Zeschke, Günter (1970): Mineral-Lagerstaetten und Exploration Band: I, 836-347.

  • Dursun Baştanoğlu
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  • Legal Status of Salt

  • Technological Studies

  • Salt Law

  • Bayraktar, S., Uygun, A., Aydın, A. B, 1977, Tür, kiye`de Tuz Sorununun Nedenleri ve Çözümü îgin öneriler, MTA Enstitüsü Derleme No..

  • Uygun, A. 1977, Türkiye`de Tuz Sorunu. J M O, Sayi: 3 Sayfa 5-7.

  • Baftanoflu, D. Kanber, Z. 1078, Maden Kanunu ve Tuz Kamunu,

  • Bingöl, Ş. 1978, Türkiye`de Tuz Üretim, Tüketim ve Pazarlama Olanaklarıyla Her Bir Aşamada Karlaşılan Sorunlar, Verimlilik Dergisi, O: 7, S: 2,

  • MTA Enstitüsü, 1978, Tuzgölü Havzası Etüd ve Aramaları Fizibilite Araştırması 1977 yılı çalışmaları Ara Raporu", MTA Enstitüsü Derleme No: 6083,

  • Baki Canik
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  • Denizli(Pamukkale)

  • Hot Springs

  • Travertines Formation

  • Calcium Bicarbonate

  • Ükkaş Ağar
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    ABSTRACT: The dip and slope were functionally studied in respect of tangent (Fig. 1) and the results were applied on the graphic of tangent (Fig. 2). It is only after this, it is noticed that these curved contacts were possible in some limited areas, as it seems In Fig. 2 (S1( S s and S4)ı according to tangent graphics.Also, the effects of bed dips and morphological slopes to the position and condition of Hthologİeal contacts formed at toplines and valleys, studied. As it is known, up to now five positions of lithological contacts have been found out and described (Billings, M. P., 1972, Structural geology). When it is found out by writer that these two basic conditions and each condition included three positions, the sixth position is added to the contact types. The straight or curved contact lines occour the same way on the toplines as in the walleys, only direction of the curvature reverse. Each position of the contact lines has been mathematically described by a function. Thus finally some functions that are very practical m use, have been systematically explained and offered.

  • V Rule

  • Mathematical Explanation

  • Slope

  • Contacts

  • Akartuna. M., (1970): Umumi jeoloji, t Ü, Fen Fakültesi, İstanbul

  • Akartuna, M., (1975): Tektonik ders notları, I. U. Fen Fakültesi, İstanbul.

  • Billinğs, M, P., (1954): Structural geology, PrenticeHall, Inc., Englewood Cliff, New York, U.S.A

  • Bifflngs, M. P., (1972): Structural geology. PrenticeHall Inc., Englewoed Cliff, New Jersey, U.S.A.

  • Compton, R. R., (1962) : Manuel of field geology, John Willey an Sons Inc., New York, U.S.A.

  • Ketin, 1,, (1970) : Umumi jeoloji, Î.T.Ü. Maden Fakülteal, Istanbul.

  • Ketin, 1, (1972): Yapısal jeoloji, î. T, Ü. Maden Fakültesi, Istanbul.

  • Selim Kafur Yusuf Özgöncü Aytekin Burkman Talip Karaoğullarindan Ahmet Mermut
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    ABSTRACT: Results of the studies on the clay mineralogy of flysch deposits, cut by the derivation tunnel T-2 Aslantaş Dam, had shown the dominancy of hydrous mica (illite) in the sliding layer and the layer below, whereas the dominancy of chlorite in the layer above. Texturally the layers were also found to be different from each other. The differences in clay mineralogy are partly affected by the sedimentation and partly the environmental conditions (Geologic and pédologie). The formation of empty spaces due to décalcification processes caused by rainfall and the textural differences givje rise to the. formation of water saturated sliding layer- Under such conditions the amount of dynamite to be used becomes very important. A little more than sufficient amount of dynamite can cause a collapse of such structures. The flysch layers which are sometimes as much as one mUJmeter in thickness, having different clay minerals present in their clay fraction give different swelling pressure. In this respect, the pressure analysis made on the samples taken during the mechanical drilling and Shelby samples can not show satisfactory results. Therefore a study on clay mineralogy is needed on the samples taken from the flysoh layers for such structures

  • Aslantaş Dam

  • T-2 Flip Tunnel

  • Flysch

  • Clay Mineral

  • Subsidence

  • American Society Of Agronomy, 1965. Methods of soil analysis. American society of Agronomy, Boo. Pub, Madison, Wisconsin, S, 562

  • Burckman, H, O. ve BRADY, N. C, 1974. The nature and properties of soils. The Macmlllan Company London,

  • D.S.İ., 1975. Aslantaş Barajı ve hidroelektrik santralı. D.S.İ, Matbaası S, 2, Ankara

  • Fitzpatrie, E. A. 1971. Pedology, a siystematic approach to soil science, Oliver and Boyd. S. 52, Edinburgh.

  • Karaofullarmdan, T. ve Özgüzel, N, 1977. Aslantaş Barajının projesi ve fillşlerde tünel kazısı. Jeoloji Mühendisliği, 2, 45.48

  • Karaofullanndan, T. 1978, Toprak barajlarda filişlerden geçirimsiz çekirdek malzemesi yapımı. Jeoloji Mühendisliği, 4, 18-26.

  • Jackson, M, L. 1956, Soil Chemistry „ An advanced course published by the outhors Medlson, Wisconsin

  • Livesly, N, 1975. Özel görünme. Aberdeen Univers!- tes! Toprak Bilimi Bölümü, Aberdeen

  • Mulot, P. 1970, Geology of clays. Masson et Cie. S, 5 Strassbourgh.

  • Nicelle, D, Cveticanin, R. 1976. Report on mineralogical studies of flysch deposits locality borrow areas I and II in Turkey (unpublished report).

  • Oilier, I, 1975. Weathering. Longmans, London

  • Özdemir, I., Alyanak, I, and Birand, A. I960. Report on Ankara Clay METU, Faculty of Engineering Pub, No: 12, Ankara

  • Rüssel, B 1971. The World of the soil, London.

  • USDA, 1960. 7th Approximation, USDA-Washington

  • Mehmet Cemal Göncüoğlu
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  • Hydrogeology

  • Geology

  • Conservation of Nature

  • Atomic Power Plant

  • Die Standartwalh für Kernkraftwerke aus der Sicht der Geologie, der Hydrologie und des Objektsdut:Oeol. Rdsch, 66, 796-808 dan M, Cemal GÖNOÜOĞLU tarafından derlenerek çevrilmiştir.

  • Harita Mühendisleri Odasi İnşaat Mühemdisleri Odasi
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  • Arifiye-Sincan

  • Railway

  • Ayaş Tunnel Construction

  • Ankara-İstanbul

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  • Iller Bank

  • Geoscience Studies

  • The Place of Geoscientists

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    ISSUE FULL FİLE
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