Searched for:
(1 - 20 of 23)

Pages

document
Tan, M.H. (author)
When humans make inferences that go beyond limited, noisy, or ambiguous input data, background knowledge is necessary to make generalizations. Such inferences are important for designing intelligent artificial agents. Bayesian inference, a statistical method commonly used as a cognitive model of the brain, formalizes the integration of...
master thesis 2020
document
Tan, Yuan (author)
Aluminium alloy is widely used in the industry, while aluminium brazing sheets are mainly applied in heat-exchanger. The corrosion mechanism and corrosion behaviors have been studied in recent years. The aim of this thesis is to explore the difference of corrosion performance and microstructure at the distinguished regions in two specific...
master thesis 2020
document
Tan, C. (author)
The parallel connection of a Silicon (Si)-based IGBT and a Silicon Carbide (SiC)-based MOSFET forming a so called hybrid switch can be used to capitalize on the advantageous features of both semiconductor and materials technologies. In this thesis, a hybrid switch-based inverter designed for the application of Electric Vehicle (EV) traction...
master thesis 2020
document
Tan, Li (author)
In the coming 80 years, the rise of productivity will result in two main directions: first, decentralization of work and production; second, economy turns its focus to emotion and wellness. So we claim that “Pleasure and Leisure are becoming the next leading economy.” We envision Amstel to be a (P)Leisure City. Within this context, the Fun...
master thesis 2019
document
Tan, Qiuman (author)
Driven by solving water shortage problems and meeting the increasing strict regulations of water quality, changes of supply water quality are commonly happening worldwide. These kinds of irregular changes can have impacts on drinking water distribution systems with accumulated material, leading to chemical, physical and microbiological...
master thesis 2018
document
Tan, Sheng Chien (author)
Over the last 50 years, the global airline industry has seen resilient growth in the demand for passenger travel; this trend is expected to continue in the coming decades. With kerosene being the predominant source used as jet fuel, this increase in air traffic is expected to result in the depletion of non-renewable fossil fuels and undesired...
master thesis 2018
document
Tan, Jiayan (author)
In the face of rising waters and increased stormrelated flooding, communities will have to decide what to do with their flood-prone areas. Continually repairing storm damages and providing services to these vulnerable neighborhoods demands significant government resources. For these areas, cities have three major options to consider: keep water...
master thesis 2018
document
Tan, Qiuman (author)
Rheological characterization of sludge is essential, since it is related to access sludge transportation and mixing performance, which is included in many processes in waste water treatment and sludge disposal. This study was carried out for characterizing the secondary sewage sludge after gravitational thickening from a Dutch wastewater...
student report 2018
document
Tan, Hong (author)
Offshore wind farms in Bohai Bay may be exposed to sea ice. The possible development of ice-induced vibrations can result in periodic high amplitude oscillations of the structure, which can significantly contribute to the fatigue of the structure. The main objective of this thesis is to investigate the mitigation effects of ice-induced...
master thesis 2017
document
Tan, K.R.W.M. (author)
Surgical removal remains the preferred treatment for tumors. In order to ensure complete removal, a margin of surrounding healthy tissue is removed together with it. Research has found a relationship between the width of this resection margin and tumor recurrence; patient outcome is improved with greater margins. In order to ensure that no tumor...
master thesis 2017
document
Tan, M. (author)
master thesis 2016
document
Tan, F. (author)
In commercial buildings, smart lighting control systems are applied to minimize the electrical energy consumption. These systems use occupancy and light sensor data to adapt artificial light in accordance with changing occupancy and daylight conditions. In these systems, the performance relies on a pre-calibration phase to achieve daylight...
master thesis 2016
document
Tan, J. (author)
Computational RFID (CRFID) devices are emerging platforms that can enable perennial computation and sensing by eliminating the need for batteries. Although much research has been devoted to improving upstream (CRFID to RFID reader) communication rates, the opposite direction has so far been neglected, presumably due to the difficulty of...
master thesis 2015
document
Tan, N. (author)
The core issue of this project is to discuss the relationship between the new town and old town in the fast-growing metropolitan periphery. The main research question of my project is how Guangming new town and old town could mutually benefit from each other, aiming to formulate a process oriented and strategic planning framework to rebuild a...
master thesis 2015
document
Tan, J. (author)
With the growth of the number of electric appliances which suffer from electromagnetic inference (EMI) in the frequency range 2 k – 150 kHz, the setting up of researches in this field has become more and more popular. Measuring impedances accurately in this frequency range is of great assistance for better understanding of the circuit as well as...
master thesis 2014
document
Tan, G.R. (author)
The idea of bottom-up urbanism is becoming a topic that is widely discussed and this project can be regarded as an approach to contribute to this discussion by transforming the intangible idea of local initiated spontaneous interventions into tangible design of specific architectural space. The theme of the studio is to deal with the complexity...
master thesis 2014
document
Tan, Y.C. (author)
Beach state classification, though simple in its concept, is difficult to be distinctly and accurately applied in some real life situations. The issue is further compounded when it is applied to mega- nourishments which, in essence, are morphologically different in terms of an artificially-formed beach versus a naturally-forming beach. Yet,...
master thesis 2014
document
Drif, A. (author), Austin, S.E. (author), Ko, W.K.H. (author), Tan, J.E.T. (author)
Since their invention, TV's have become one of the most popular media devices and can be found in almost every livingroom in the world. For a long time, the functionality of the TV stayed the same: the ability to view television programs at certain fixed times of the day. Recently there has been development in the television market adding...
bachelor thesis 2012
document
Tan, M.L. (author)
Smart grids are introduced as a promising concept to facilitate the future energy supply system without excessive distribution grid reinforcement, while maintaining the same level of reliability. Load management is expected to enable a higher grid capacity utilization, thereby deferring or eliminating the need for asset reinforcements and...
master thesis 2011
document
Tan, W.G.Z. (author)
Motivation: When we think about cities full of vitality and life spans that go beyond the normal waking hours, we think of global cities such as London, New York which are also capitals of capital, economic strength, buzz and success. Such urban systems1 make full usage of their structure and elements with continuous processes and flows. ...
master thesis 2009
Searched for:
(1 - 20 of 23)

Pages