Seismic - Climatic - Hazardous Events Estimation Processes via the Coupling Structures in Conserving Energy Topologies of the Earth

Wednesday, 17 December 2014
Taner Sengor, Yildiz Technical University, Istanbul, Turkey
This research concerns itself with modeling the geo-data related to seismic, atmospheric, climatic, and natural hazards processes as the self-optimization process of the Earth in the total energy state of itself. The self-optimization approach in the total energy state produces a structure embedded in a topological space with an equivalent energy mechanism (EEM). We call the energetically equivalent topological device model (EETDM) the model used in getting this EEM. The EETDM is applied as considering the whole Earth like a complete system with atmosphere and oceans getting inputs from the outside of Earth. The activities, inside and/or over Earth, are taken as boundary and initial conditions. All the structures relatable to seismicity, climatic processes, and natural hazards are considered as a complex topological network of distributed circuits involving irradiation, transfer, dissipation, conversion, and conserving of the total energy in such energetically equivalent topological devices (EETD). The suitable equivalence principles provide the reliability of the approach to get the results for our purposes in value. The critical operation sectors involve some irregular and singular characteristics suitable to the physics of the above said individual events. The model brings the interpretations of these irregularities and singularities with specific boundary conditions and settlements the complex topological boundary value problems sets. There are some couplings among such EETDs; therefore some transitions are observable among the several different kinds of events. We call the energetically equivalent complex topological device model of the complete system of Earth (EECTDMCSE) totally the estimation processes. The temporal variations at the mappings of EECTDMCSE at specific locations extract the mechanisms explaining the relationships among the characteristics of the distributed complex topological network and all above said physical phenomena of Earth in future.