Energy Management of Disaster Shelter Centres Established in the Recent Earthquakes in Turkey

Natural disasters create disasters stop human activities, destroy homes, businesses and the environment. Disasters can happen without warning and deprive hundreds or even thousands of people of drinking water, heating, lighting, communications and electricity services. Turkey has experienced the last three important disasters. 6702 buildings in the Erzincan earthquake, 48,666 in the Van earthquake, 3,200 in the Elazığ and Malatya earthquake, 90,813 buildings in the İzmir earthquake were destroyyed/heavily damaged, and a long-term power outage was experienced in the city center, towns and villages. The most important element of the recovery phase of the modern disaster management system is meeting post-disaster shelter needs. Alternative energy resource to be used in accommodation centers built after a major disaster is of great importance. Temporary shelter centers following disasters are built in safe areas-far from the settlement. Shelter centers are insufficient to meet the needs of lighting, heating and hot water due to reasons such as distance from city and transformer capacity, as well as infrastructure for electrical energy. In this study, a decision-making road map was drawn for the shelters planned to be built in the future by evaluating the data on the integration of the solar panels into the containers to be used in the shelter centers.

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Energy Management of Disaster Shelter Centres Established in the Recent Earthquakes in Turkey
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ŞAHİNER, Muammer
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TUNÇEZ, Fatma Didem
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Alternative Energy Resource
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Disaster Management
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Solar Energy
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Journal of International Environmental Application and Science
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2022
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2023-03-02T20:38:00Z
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2023-03-02T20:38:00Z
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1307-0428
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Natural disasters create disasters stop human activities, destroy homes, businesses and the environment. Disasters can happen without warning and deprive hundreds or even thousands of people of drinking water, heating, lighting, communications and electricity services. Turkey has experienced the last three important disasters. 6702 buildings in the Erzincan earthquake, 48,666 in the Van earthquake, 3,200 in the Elazığ and Malatya earthquake, 90,813 buildings in the İzmir earthquake were destroyyed/heavily damaged, and a long-term power outage was experienced in the city center, towns and villages. The most important element of the recovery phase of the modern disaster management system is meeting post-disaster shelter needs. Alternative energy resource to be used in accommodation centers built after a major disaster is of great importance. Temporary shelter centers following disasters are built in safe areas-far from the settlement. Shelter centers are insufficient to meet the needs of lighting, heating and hot water due to reasons such as distance from city and transformer capacity, as well as infrastructure for electrical energy. In this study, a decision-making road map was drawn for the shelters planned to be built in the future by evaluating the data on the integration of the solar panels into the containers to be used in the shelter centers.
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http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12498/5938
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