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Asawla, Dev (author), Zhang, Nan (author), Gelibter, Max (author), de Beer, Michael (author), Siemerink, Michelle (author), Meredith, Bronya (author), Vlachaki, Evgenia (author), Schramkó, Sába (author), LI, Jiayu (author), Zhang, Zhi (author), del Conte, Livia (author), Söylev, Yagiz (author), Cristofoletti, Veronica (author), de Veth, Koen (author)
Positions in Practice : Constructing the Commons in the Latin American Metropolis, Graduation Studio (Msc 3 | Msc 4), Valparaíso, Chile, Fall 2017 - Spring 2018.<br/>The MSc3/MSc4 Graduation Studio “Positions in Practice” of the Department of Architecture TU Delft (fall, 2017) focused on the urban and architectural context of Valparaíso, as a...
student report 2018
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Kaniouras, Pantelis (author), MOSCHOLAKI, Maria (author), van Liempt, Jordi (author), Jarocki, Konrad (author), Zhang, Liyao (author), Verbree, Edward (author), Meijers, Martijn (author)
With the rapid growth in point cloud acquisition technologies the recent years we have the ability to measure large quantities of 3D points of significantly detailed and geometrically composite scenes such as urban environments. This advantage can be exploited and used for direct analysis on point clouds. A direct point cloud analysis has...
student report 2019
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Zhang, Wenxing (author)
This thesis describes the approaches applied to attempt to solve the numerical problems of the regional atmospheric model incorporated in the coupled modelling of regional water balance and anthropogenic land cover change in Amazon basin. For computational efficiency, the previous atmospheric model is evaluated at monthly scale. In order to cope...
student report 2018
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Beliavskaia, Daria (author), Bonnewell, Rachel (author), Cobben, Nicolle (author), van Eck, Miriam (author), Hofman, Jasmijn (author), KUO, SUI-HUI (author), van Loon, Frits (author), LU, WANSU (author), Maring, Sanne (author), NAMWANJE, PRISCILLA (author), Nguyen, Kimberley (author), van Oevelen, Lotte (author), van Os, Pieter (author), Pouderoijen, Michiel (author), Schüll, Martine (author), Yang, Fudai (author), Zhang, Xinyu (author)
This booklet shows the process and results of Ode aan de Hollandse Waterlinies, a project developed in the elective course Landscape Architecture ON site. Research, analysis and Sense of Place formed the base of this project. The central aim of this course was to express the given site in a project at the interface between landscape architecture...
student report 2021
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Bechmann, Clarissa (author), Liu, Shiru (author), Steenbergen, Emy (author), Zhang, Minshi (author)
Nowadays, circular economy is of growing importance in the social, economic, and environmental fields. The realisation happens on different scales. First steps towards a circular economy have already been taken, but it will take time before a circular world is reached. Also, under the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), the bio-based concept...
student report 2022
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Kalligeri Skentzou, Anna (author), Verkleij, Charlotte (author), Speulman, Manon (author), Zhang, Yueqi (author)
Mankind is exhausting natural resources. Therefore, the need to transform the linear material flows towards circular chains is increasing. Steel is a material that is produced and used globally and has high potentials for recycling. However, in the maritime sector, steel is currently barely recycled, let alone reused in a more direct way....
student report 2022
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Krom, Johan Klaas (author), Wilkesmann, Florian (author), MONTES ROJAS, ALEJANDRO (author), Zhang, Ziru (author), Bhatt, Reddhi Uday (author)
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a substantial impact on public transportation. With ridership figures decreasing, it has brought a new sense of urgency to the old problem of crowding. Using a structured design approach, this paper presents the results of a project which set out to reduce crowding in Dutch train stations by<br/>absorbing it at the...
student report 2021
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Zhang, Junyan (author)
student report 2022
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Zhang, Q. (author)
China is facing the dual challenges of urbanization and motorization(Jing, 2008). The poorly organized urban centers and traditional residential planning are unable to meet the increasingly diverse demand of people. To solve these problems, the TOD model and the emerging community living circle are being favored by policy makers. Promoting urban...
master thesis 2020
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Zhang, S. (author)
The huger and huger imbalance of cargo flows between continents or between countries, such as the imbalance trade between East Asia and western world, pushes the repositioning cost of empty containers higher and higher. The problem of reducing the cost of empty repositioning becomes more and more essential in containerization. Among many...
master thesis 2011
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Zhang, Chenqi (author)
The story started from the invisible river Senne on the urban scale of Brussels, concentrating on the wall which is both spolia on site and the identity of my youth center. The archaeological idea of Spolia keeps me discovering the existing value, then constantly thinking of collecting, composing and re-using. Once existing fragments collide...
master thesis 2020
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Zhang, H. (author)
The graduation project "A walk through the bridge" is located in Istanbul and focuses on the experience of the in-between space. The perception of the in-between of the public and the private, the inside and the outside of architectural spaces is a sensual interpretation, based on spatial transitions and movement. The activities of public life...
master thesis 2014
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Zhang, Y. (author)
This graduate project is called “Freedom VIC for Urban VIC Team”, which is dealing with the Village in the City (VIC) transformation in Shenzhen China, focusing on the transformation of VIC (the “ghetto” area), in Shenzhen’s current society. This project derives from the current situation that there are 251 VICs in the inner city of Shenzhen,...
master thesis 2011
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Zhang, W. (author)
This master project is about finding applications for ADA. ADA stands for a brand new technology named Active Digital Aura, which was invented by Philips. It is a kind of technology enable the data transfer via body skin, and accordingly make it possible that the human intuitive touch in everyday life can be the trigger of itself. The whole...
master thesis 2009
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Zhang, Jiaqi (author)
The PUBLIC CONDENSER provides a framework for interesting meetings between culture and movement and between people. It will be a place where people of different ages, exercise habits, cultural consumption and lifestyles encounter each other. It should be a place where there is room to be with friends and family, but also a place where you meet...
master thesis 2020
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Zhang, Yu (author)
This project aims to improve the accuracy of the eye tracking system, which consists of two cameras and two infrared LED light sources. This highly non-invasive technology, which is the feature-based video-oculographic eye tracking system, determines the position of the eye by monitoring the eye features such as the pupil center and glints. The...
master thesis 2019
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Zhang, N. (author)
The Wireless Lighting Control System has drawn intensive attention in the recent years due to the potential for huge cost savings as well as increased convenience. Commonly seen Wireless Lighting Control Systems utilize Zigbee, KNX and Z-WAVE; whereas little attention has been given to Wi-Fi because of unsolved limitations. The purpose of this...
master thesis 2012
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Zhang, C. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Zhang, B. (author)
Located between the Andes Mountains and the southwestern coastline of Peru, the irrigation district of La Joya Antigua has a typical sub-tropical desert climate with very little annual precipitation. Study on this irrigation district shows sufficient irrigation water on most of the farms in a wet year but a deficit of irrigation water in a dry...
master thesis 2012
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Zhang, D. (author)
Increasingly, the phytoplankton blooms (algal blooms) become a public health concern and a worldwide ecological problem. The Generic ecological model (GEM) plays a very important role to assess ecological quality of the Dutch coastal waters and the southern North Sea. Algal blooms can also be predicted by the GEM model mainly through chlorophyll...
master thesis 2012
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