Tunnel Projects in Istanbul and the Past, Present and Future of Rail Systems Conference

AKÜ ANS campus 1. Education Building Abdullah Kaptan The opening speech of the conference, which started at 14.00 in the conference hall, Dean of AKU Engineering Faculty. Dr. Ahmet Senturk did it.
France takes advantage of nuclear energy
Istanbul University Mining Engineering Department Faculty Member Assoc. Dr. Ibrahim in January, said that Turkey is the country road. Noting that the majority of intercity transportation is done by road, IU Faculty Member Assoc. Dr. İbrahim Ocak gave information about the history of rail systems. Assoc. Dr. İbrahim Ocak reported that around 1851 kilometers of railway networks were built between 1923 and 8, and the continuation of the railway network, which was started in time, could not bring. January said that most of the energy consumed by France comes from nuclear energy, while South Africa and Poland derive from coal.
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Stating that external dependency in energy is a very bad situation, IU Faculty Member Assoc. Dr. İbrahim Ocak said: “We currently generate 80 percent of the energy we consume from natural gas. Most of this is taken from outside. However, important mineral resources can be used in energy production in our country. Rail systems are important in terms of energy, economic, environmental, loss of time, noise pollution and passenger safety. While 2004 kilometers of rail system was added to the metro line in Istanbul until 44, after 2004, around 31 kilometers of new rail system lines were built. A total of one million people are transported daily in Istanbul by rail systems. This number is low by world standards. "


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