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van de Kamp, Carsten T. (author)We consider adaptive network models with discrete and continuous state sets obeying dynamical rules that enable application to swarming systems. The 2state adaptive network contains a supercritical pitchfork bifurcation in the transition between ordered and disordered stationary solutions. We derive an adaptive network model that works on a...bachelor thesis 2019
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Verbist, Victor (author)A model is developed to simulate NaCl concentrations across a cation exchange membrane in the transient regime. The convectionless NersntPlanck equation is combined with the continuity equation to obtain a partial dierential equation in time and space. The boundary conditions at the edges of the cell for this equationare a constant bulk...bachelor thesis 2019
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den Hertog, Wilbert (author)The numerical errors involving the application of the levelset method to a problem can be minimized by fitting a mesh (usually a triangular mesh in two dimensions) to the zero levelset curve defined by the levelset function. These numerical errors depend on two things: the size and skewness of the triangles in the mesh. To fit the mesh, Timo...bachelor thesis 2019
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Wortelboer, Timo (author)In applying the levelset method in the context of a finiteelement method, errors can be minimized by adjusting the mesh to the shape of the levelset curve. The size of the different types of errors that occur depend on the goodness of fit to the zero levelset curve, the skewness of the triangles and the size of the triangles of the mesh. To...bachelor thesis 2018
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Rozendaal, Marco (author)In this thesis, it is investigated how the blood flow changes in different physiological situations, using a onedimensional model, that describes the blood flow in compliant vessels. The onedimensional model, that describes the blood flow, is derived based on the physical laws of conservation of momentum and conservation of mass. A high...bachelor thesis 2017
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Zoutendijk, Mike (author)In this project the transversal vibrations of an accelerating elevator cable system are studied, with the aim<br/>to find the resonance times, the resonance duration and the resonance amplitude.<br/>The elevator cable is modelled as an axially moving string, with length given by l(t) = l<sub>0</sub> + 1/2<br/>at<sup>2</sup>, with a the...bachelor thesis 2017