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  • Torkmahalleh, Mehdi Amouei; Gorjinezhad, Soudabeh; Keles, Melek; Unluevcek, Hediye Sumru; Azgin, Cansu; Cihan, Elif; Tanis, Berfin; Soy, Nurseli; Ozaslan, Nergis; Ozturk, Fatma; Hopke, Philip K. (A controlled study for the characterization of PM2.5 emitted during grilling ground beef meat, 2017-01-01)
    Abstract Experiments were conducted in an on-campus house at Middle East Technical University Northern Cyprus Campus during January 2015. Low fat ground beef meat was grilled using an electric stove with no mechanical or ...
  • Amouei Torkmahalleh, Mehdi; Kabay, Karakat; Bazhanova, Meruyet; Mohiuddin, Obaidullah; Obaidullah, Madina; Gorjinezhad, Soudabeh (Science of The Total Environment, 2018-01-15)
    Abstract The present study investigated the exposure of teenagers, adults, and students to PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10, particle number concentration at two sport facilities of Nazarbayev University including Gymnastics Hall and ...
  • Amouei Torkmahalleh, Mehdi; Askari, Mohammad; Gorjinezhad, Soudabeh; Eroğlu, Dilem; Obaidullah, Madina; Habib, Abdullrahman Rajab; Godelek, Sevgi; Kadyrov, Sultan; Kahraman, Orhun; Pakzad, Negar Zare; Ahmadi, Goodarz (Solar Energy, 2017-01-15)
    Abstract Solar ponds are low cost pools of brine solutions with integrated storage zones that harvest incident solar energy and store it as thermal energy. The current study examined the performance of a salinity gradient ...
  • Amouei Torkmahalleh, Mehdi; Gorjinezhad, Soudabeh; Unluevcek, Hediye Sumru; Hopke, Philip K. (Science of The Total Environment, 2017-05-15)
    Abstract Studies have shown that exposure to particulate matter (PM) emitted while cooking is related to adverse human health effects. The level of PM emissions during cooking varies with several factors. This study reviewed ...
  • Amouei Torkmahalleh, Mehdi; Gorjinezhad, Soudabeh; Keles, Melek.; Ozturk, Fatma; Hopke, Philip K. (Environmental Research, 2017-04-01)
    Abstract Characterization of the airborne particulate matter (PM) emitted from cooking components including cooking oil, and additives like salt has not been carefully investigated. This study provides new data on the ...

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