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Van Nee, M.M. (author)
In dit verslag wordt een wiskundig model voor tumorangiogenese gepresenteerd. Daarnaast wordt een model voor de zuurstofconcentratie en een model voor de tumorgrootte gepresenteerd. De angiogenese wordt op microschaal gemodelleerd door de verplaatsing van de toppen van bloedvaten per tijdsstap te berekenen. De verplaatsing wordt bepaald door...
bachelor thesis 2014
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Roseboom, J. (author)
Tijdens het varen zijn er verschillende data gemeten. In deze data zitten fouten. Vanwege de fouten zijn er aannames opgesteld. De aannames worden getoetst. De data wordt gecorrigeerd, gebruikmakend van gewogen gemiddelden en kubische splines
bachelor thesis 2015
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Neijenhuis, R.W.A. (author)
Ieder jaar zijn er veel evenementen waar duizenden of zelfs miljoenen mensen op afkomen. Denk bijvoorbeeld aan muziek-, cultuur- en sportevenementen. Daarnaast gebruiken miljoenen mensen dagelijks plekken als stations of winkelcentra. Bij al deze voorbeelden ontstaan gigantische mensenmassa's die gecontroleerd moeten worden zodat de...
bachelor thesis 2015
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Markensteijn, G.C. (author)
This thesis is about the beginning of a global tide model in DFlow-FM, a project by Deltares. The first focus lay on finding the best grid that can be used for this model. We tried to grids, a rotated lat-lon grid and a squarely grid with local refinement. After calculating the RMS-value it was found that the local refined grid gave the best...
bachelor thesis 2014
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Van Dijk, M.T.P. (author)
A mathematical model of the migration and deformation of cells on a cellular scale is simulated. The cells are represented by a boundary and a nucleus. The boundary and nucleus are divided into several points, where the boundary points as well as the nucleus points are connected to each other by a series of springs. The model considers one or...
bachelor thesis 2015
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de Zoeten, Godert (author)
The world’s ever-increasing demand for energy and the inevitable depletion of the available fossil resources in the foreseeable future lead to an increasing necessity to optimize the exploitation of oil fields. The in-line liquid-liquid swirl separator is a separation method that is interesting for two reasons: It separates oil and water faster...
bachelor thesis 2018
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Boon, W.M. (author)
bachelor thesis 2011
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Bakker, Ilse (author)
Kitepower is a start up that generates energy using kites. The Kitepower system consists of airborne components, and a ground station where a drum is connected to a generator/electrical motor. For generating energy a so called pumping cycle is performed. In a pumping cycle energy is generated during the traction phase when the kite pulls the...
bachelor thesis 2018
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van der Zalm, Joost (author)
The goal of the research described in this thesis was to investigate the basis of dissipation dilution as well as make it comprehensible. In the written literature we could find that the kinetic energy of an oscillating beam is stored into two types of potential energy~\cite{Kippenberg, Kotthaus}. A dissipative bending component and a...
bachelor thesis 2019
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Baltoukas, D. (author)
The latest stage in treating Municipal Solid Waste Landfills is the aftercare of these waste sites. An important issue, concerning the aftercare of landfills, is the reduction of long term emission potentials. The research in this field, which has been carried out the last couple of decades, has lead to different concepts for describing the...
master thesis 2012
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Visser, Thibaut (author)
Besides wastewater and rainwater, the sewers in the Netherlands also transport a lot of water that is not supposed to be in the sewer. This water is called extraneous water and is the result of unwanted discharges in the sewer system. This could be groundwater infiltrating leaky sewer pipes, or pumped from construction sites directly into the...
master thesis 2019
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Baines, P.M. (author)
There are still important knowledge gaps regarding stability and safety of bicycle riding. Every year around 60,000 people need hospital treatment for single sided accidents in the Netherlands alone. Supporting the need for understanding lateral bicycle dynamics. One of the prominent disturbances on lateral bicycle and rider behaviour is...
master thesis 2016
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Oud, M. (author)
Models are an important tool for decision making. However, in order to get proper results, these models must be validated and only be used in situations where the conditions of the validation apply. Blind trust on a model can lead to unexpected and inaccurate results. Advancements can be made to reduce the number of situations where this occurs....
master thesis 2016
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Nieuwenhuis, M.T.A. (author)
During gas production offshore, also water is produced. There are gas numbers available per well, but the water production is only known for several wells together. This thesis tries to model the water production per well based on the available data. This is done through a least-squares method. The report shows that it is very difficult to find...
master thesis 2014
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De Boer, A.A. (author)
Research on the design of surgebins, used in the wet mining cycle. A 1.5D advection diffusion model is created and validated with experimental tests.
master thesis 2015
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Van Lelyveld, W. (author)
Global turmoil concerning fossil fuels, questions relating to sustainable sources of energy and difficulties with sharing knowledge led to the creation of the Energy Transition Model (ETM) in the start of 2008. The ETM aims to be a transparent, comprehensive, fact-based, and independent model about energy related matters, ranging from CO2...
master thesis 2010
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Al, J.P. (author)
Rotterdam is known as a creative city, and successful projects as the van Nelle factory, the Maassilos and the Groothandelsgebouw are there to prove this. The city is rightfully proud of this reputation. But unfortunately, these centers for creative business are not so visible in the city itself. The Creative Connection uses the program of the...
master thesis 2011
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Ravenstijn, E. (author)
Bed degradation in a number of Dutch river branches, like the Bovenrijn, can cause various problems in the near future. At low waters the navigation depth at the non-erodible layer near Emmerich can become too small. Other problems could be lower ground water levels and stability of structures in and near the river, like groynes. To diminish...
master thesis 2009
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Hoekstra, T. (author)
Today, timber structures are receiving attention more and more. Because of the increasing interest in sustainable construction as well as for other reasons, building industry in Europe is (re)-discovering multi-storey timber structures for construction of mid-rise buildings. In this master’s thesis, an analytical calculation method and modelling...
master thesis 2012
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Groen, Ludo (author)
Fashion (typically seen as specific and subject to seasonal cycles) is commonly opposed to architecture (being both generic and permanent), forming a dichotomy that has intrigued both disciplines for centuries. It is also within this tension that the idea of the model offers a point of synthesis—from the French architect Jean-Nicolas-Louis...
master thesis 2018
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