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Le, B.N. (author)
The city Utrecht is currently growing towards the A12 Highway and the city Nieuwegein. It is facing complexity problems such as increase in density, population and traffic intensities. However, the Highway (A12) has become a physical barrier and separates the urban fabric of Utrecht. This has a negative impact on the city’s qualities due to...
master thesis 2015
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Zhang, X. (author)
The project will explore a comprehensive landscape approach with Dort- mund-Ems-Canal in Mu?nster. By integrating the canal into the context of Mu?nster, I want to gain a applicable strategy to convert the post-navigable canal into a crucial component of the landscape structure in the modern city.
master thesis 2015
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Sefkatli, P. (author)
The project is based on introducing a new housing scheme in Merkato, the biggest commercial and production area of Addis Ababa. The new housing scheme is based on the implementation of an infrastructural system which provides the facilities such as water and electricity to the area. Besides this, it also brings a new urban order to the site,...
master thesis 2015
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Nijhuis, P.J. (author)
How could urban areas provide public charging infrastructure for the rapidly increasing number of electric vehicles? The objective of this research is to develop a tool that helps municipalities and market players to understand the need for public charging infrastructure, and to design an efficient solution for charging large numbers of electric...
master thesis 2015
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Posthoorn, R.P. (author)
Late 2013 the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment created the project Spookfiles A58. In this project the cooperative traffic theory is used to solve traffic wave congestion. In the cooperative theory, vehicles are able to communicate with their peers and roadside traffic systems quickly. Vehicles constantly broadcast data about its...
master thesis 2014
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Neijenhuis, T.T.E.R. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Ingen-Housz, C.B.J. (author)
This project is the final part of my master in architecture at the Technical University Delft. Unused building space close to highway locations, future mobility trends and the existing ‘A12 zone’ location were the key elements for me to start a design process in which I tried to use existing engineering solutions and existing and future mobility...
master thesis 2014
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Pinheiro Camara, G. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Silaj, J. (author)
The specific context of Durban touches global issues like the crowded, inconvenient shanty towns, the degradation of the suburbs and the implications of the urban sprawl in the cities. The same situations when neighborhoods turn upside down, city centers get abandoned or even the constant shifts of the social functions are happening everywhere...
master thesis 2014
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Kempenaar, M.C. (author)
Research: (1) Exploring the role of infrastructure in transforming the metropolitan region of São Paulo into a sustainable metropolitan environment by utilizing the existing infrastructure as a backbone for future economic, environmental and social development. (2) Exploring the opportunity of infrastructure as a key strategy for the inclusion...
master thesis 2014
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Van der Burgt, L.M. (author)
Urban design and planning is a profession that requires looking at different scale levels and how these interact with each other. Urban designers or planners often try to connect different areas with each other because they believe that this makes the connected areas stronger. This connection on the large scale is made by large-scale...
master thesis 2014
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Sütcü, U. (author)
Since the introduction of the coffee houses, Istanbul gained an important element to form a public sphere. These places enhanced the forming of a public opinion which is a crucial aspect of a democratic society. In the Ottoman empire these places were even seen as a nest for the opposition. Nowadays public spaces are threatened by a...
master thesis 2014
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Kortekaas, K.M.R. (author)
This master thesis studies the struggles and opportunities of highways in dense populated areas. It comes up with technological solutions for the derived challenges and presents them in an integrated solution.
master thesis 2014
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Van der Kamp, M.V. (author)
Strategic maintenance planning in the field of high-speed railway infrastructure maintenance is currently performed inefficiently. It is an important topic, since high-speed railway many kilometers of infrastructure will be constructed in the next twenty years. Interviewed experts state that the actual problem statements consists of five groups...
master thesis 2014
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Popadiuk, R. (author)
Graduation project of intermodal thransportation hub in Zuidas, Amsterdam.
master thesis 2013
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Sobels, O.J. (author)
The Mediator is an intervention in the urban fabric of Rotterdam. Influenced by a historic analysis of the influence of infrastructure on the transformation of the city, it forms a new link between a structuralist 'village' and the modern public space of Rotterdam.
master thesis 2013
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Verhoog, R. (author)
Biogas networks can reduce CO2 emissions by replacing natural gas consumption with biogas consumption. This means that biogas production can contribute to the Dutch targets to reduce CO2 emissions by 20% and increase renewable energy production to 16% by 2020 compared to 1990 levels. It is unclear how the biogas infrastructure system will...
master thesis 2013
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Loer, F. (author)
The lobby of the Metropole, a habitable bridge in Rotterdam In our mobilized epoch considered as the network era, hubs are crucial devices for the orchestration of our cities. Road and building mediate in the quality of our cityscapes like the Randstad in which we live as continuous commuters. The habitable bridge is used as the ultimate...
master thesis 2013
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Roosjen, J.M. (author)
Recently, in the construction industry a shift is taking place from conventional contracts models, in which the client has the responsibility for the (re)design of an asset, to integrated contract models in which the role of the client is much more limited. Further, in integrated models for road infrastructure, projects are contracted for the...
master thesis 2013
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Berghuis, M.E. (author)
Based on the research to the opportunities in the civil engineering sector, there can be concluded that the amount and the types of the opportunities differs per project category. The most striking aspect in the elaboration of the different opportunities is that the most influential opportunities are (partly) driven by impacts on external...
master thesis 2013
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