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Raak, M.J. (author)
This report concerning the development of a new water management system in direct tidal swamps with acid sulphate soils with the Pulau Petal area in South Kalimantan as an example. The most important characteristic of acid sulphate soils is that the soil contains the mineral pyrite that oxidizes when the soil is aerated and produces sulphuric...
master thesis 1992
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Van Gilst, T.B. (author)
This report is a study on the possibilities of practising irrigation & drainage at a large scale in tidal lowlands with acid sulphate soils in the humid tropics. The first chapters concern lowlands and their development in Indonesia. It appears that many of these lands become unfertile shortly after reclamation due to oxidation of pyrite,...
master thesis 1992
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Labouchere, C.P. (author)
The jetty, discussed in this report, has to be adapted to meet new demands. The jetty is owned and operated by P.T. Krakatau Steel (P.T.K.S.). It is used for transferring iron ore. P.T.K.S. intends to increase the steel production in the coming years and therefore wants to upgrade a certain part of the jetty. The jetty exists of three smaller...
master thesis 1996
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Heukelom, S.A. (author)
This thesis is divided into 7 chapters. Each chapter deals with one of the main subjects mentioned in the previous paragraph. Chapter 1 gives an introduction on the Musi river and the problems encountered in the entrance channel of the Port of Palembang. The present-day situation of the Musi river, as well as the available data, will be...
master thesis 1997
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Martin Soberon, A.M. (author)
In December 24th 2004 an earthquake caused a tsunami that devastated the coast areas of about 10 countries. Nowadays, these areas are still being rebuilt. Communication and transport infrastructures like ports are considered of vital importance for the regional development given that they facilitate the re-construction works, the distribution of...
master thesis 2008
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Aziz, N.S. (author)
With the instability of oil prices and the increasing of people’s awareness in environmental problems, renewable energy is the key solution of these problems. Tidal energy, with its advantages of being predictable and its high energy density, is one of the most promising renewable energy forms. Indonesia’s topographic conditions with plenty of...
master thesis 2009
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Moniaga, L. (author)
master thesis 2010
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Setiawan, A.D. (author)
Several potential and challenges on the technical and non-technical aspects of carbon capture and storage (CCS) in Indonesia had been investigated by Indonesia CCS Study Working Group (CCS study group) in 2009. Yet, public acceptance on CCS is still less addressed in the CCS study group’s report and very little is known about the perspectives of...
master thesis 2010
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Hapsariputri, W.M. (author)
Indonesia as one of the state members of UNESCO committed to achieve main goal of Education for All (EFA) UNESCO which is to improve education quality in the world. The education quality is inseparable from the teacher quality. Therefore the UNESCO and Indonesia put high concern to improve the teacher quality. Since Indonesian Government put...
master thesis 2010
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Wieriks, M. (author)
In this research an attempt was made to map the Indonesian water policy network through Social Network Analysis (SNA). Furthermore, the role of the distribution of information and knowledge in this (policy) network with respect to its’ capacity to perform well has been investigated. This research has shown that there are there are some...
master thesis 2011
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Slijk, R.V. (author), Schadee, L.W. (author), Knook, P.P. (author), Van der Salm, G.L.S. (author), Notenboom, P.D. (author)
Manado City is growing, its population is increasing. This demands the city to grow outside its borders and even into the sea by using land reclamation. Introducing new challenges or making challenges bigger, which are already present. Not only growth is present in the city, going forward and becoming better and better is an on-going fight for...
student report 2011
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Joppe, B.C. (author)
This master thesis focuses on the transportation of coal from two coalmines in South Kalimantan to the Java sea. Coal has to be transported from the coal mine area, situated hundred kilometre land inward, to a location with sufficient water depth, at the mouth of the river Barito. The biggest challenge for the new transport system is to increase...
master thesis 2011
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Vos, G.J. (author)
An overdose of sediment from the Cilalawi River is going into the reservoir Waduk Jatiluhur. This is resulting in the problem of reservoir capacity reduction. With water still coming from different rivers, the future will be inundation. In this matter the recommendation for this problem is check dam(s) and changing land use, stated by the local...
bachelor thesis 2012
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Erisman, R.M. (author)
Benefits of cloud computing to Small Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) seem obvious: financial savings (e.g. infrastructure savings, maintenance savings, etc.) and resource management advantage (e.g. skilled IT labor and equipment, resource flexibility, etc.). Software as a Service (SaaS) is one of cloud service model that has been acknowledged as...
master thesis 2013
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Panjaitan, N. (author)
Indonesia has appeared to be an oil dependent society in the last four decades. However, Indonesia experienced a status change from oil net exporter to net importer in 2004. These factors created awareness in Indonesia to develop renewable energy sources. Biofuel is one of the most potential renewable resources in the country. The development of...
master thesis 2013
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Tenthof van Noorden, C. (author), Vermeij, D. (author), Van Zuijlen, J. (author), Zeelenberg, W. (author)
Manado, the capital city of North Sulawesi in Indonesia, is rapidly developing. The last years Manado has been extending into the sea, which changed the hydraulics and morphology of Manado Bay. This had negative effects on the currents, inducing erosion along the coast. Also Manado has problems with the presence of garbage in the rivers and...
student report 2013
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Hartmann, J.H. (author)
At this moment the global human wealth is getting to the next level, which means a growing amount of people is able to travel by plane and these growth figures are seen in the latest global annual passenger’s flows. These latest developments demand building new airports and extending the existing airports heavily around the world in the nearby...
master thesis 2014
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Van Koolwijk, T.R.S. (author)
This thesis will function as a graduation project of two departments of the Delft University of technology: Science Communication and Industrial Design Engineering. It is funded and supervised by TNO. Problem description Globally, more than one third of child deaths are attributable to malnutrition. Because malnourished children have a low...
master thesis 2014
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Peña Izquierdo, A.G. (author)
“The Traditional Future” as a project seeks to re-imagine materiality in the Indonesian kampung, re-stimulate technical knowledge, and integrate local know-how into an inclusive space that empowers knowledge and self-production.
master thesis 2015
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Remmerswaal, N.A. (author)
Can improved technology make a difference in under-served communities to improve the existing build environment in a cultural sustainable way and make possible endogenous solutions? The technical research paper highlights the technical research done to answer this particular question. The research, that focuses on technical solutions to serve...
master thesis 2015
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