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Triggianese, M. (author)
Stations as landmarks, districts and transfer machines.
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Misuri, Alessio (author), Khakzad, N. (author), Reniers, G.L.L.M.E. (author), Cozzani, Valerio (author)
Before the tragedy of 9/11, the perception of risk in process plants was mainly focused on accidental events caused by technical failures, human errors or natural events. However, since then, the risk of deliberate actions against process facilities - also known as security risk - has also become a concern. Security risk assessment of...
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Lubelli, B. (author), van Hees, R.P.J. (author), Bolhuis, J. (author)
Optrekkend vocht is een vaak voorkomend fenomeen in gebouwen. Vooral oude gebouwen die geen waterkerende laag (zoals bijvoorbeeld een trasraam) hebben, lijden aan dit probleem. De relevantie van optrekkend vocht blijkt ook uit het grote aanbod van producten voor het bestrijden van dit probleem. Het grote, gevarieerde aanbod en de beperkte...
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van der Velde, J.R.T. (author)
Discussion on the synergies between scientific and artistic endeavour is a recurring topic in academia, but has gathered a new momentum since the turn of the millennium in response to among other things the urgency of global challenges such as climate change. Aside from some incidental experiments however, a more fundamental and structural...
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Arroyo Ohori, G.A.K. (author), Biljecki, F. (author), Kavisha, K. (author), Ledoux, H. (author), Stoter, J.E. (author)
CityGML is the most important international standard used to model cities and landscapes in 3D with extensive semantics. Compared to BIM standards such as IFC, CityGML models are usually less detailed but they cover a much greater spatial extent. They are also available in any of five standardized levels of detail. CityGML serves as an exchange...
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Kaan, C.H.C.F. (author), Triggianese, M. (author)
Undoubtedly there is an unbreakable relation between the changes in human mobility and the appearance of our cities. A town for pedestrians and horses has different physical characteristics than our contemporary city. Over centuries, European cities have developed into what they are now, strongly influenced by military, political, cultural and...
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Zuccaro Marchi, Leonardo (author)
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Vancauwenberghe, G. (author), van Loenen, B. (author)
In the past 20 years, European public authorities have invested considerable resources in the development of spatial data infrastructures. With the European INSPIRE Directive as an important driver, national spatial data infrastructures were developed throughout Europe to facilitate and coordinate the exchange and sharing of geographic data....
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van Kooten, Olaf (author), Nevejan, C.I.M. (author), Brazier, F.M. (author), Oey, M.A. (author), Hubers, C.G.W. (author)
In the horticultural fresh food supply chain network in the Netherlands, a crisis is emerging. The market is out of balance and many growers are facing bankruptcy, in the period of 2011–2013, 50% of the growers were not able to pay interest and redemption. Trust between participants in the supply chain network has decreased. This chapter...
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Triggianese, M. (author)
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Knaack, U. (author)
The first law of thermodynamics defines: Energy can neither be produced nor destroyed, but only converted into other types of energy [1]. From this it follows for us and our topic of circularity in the building industry that we must deal with the energy that the earth receives or has received, the solar radiation, and can feed our requirements...
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Salma, V. (author), Ruiterkamp, Richard (author), Kruijff, Michiel (author), van Paassen, M.M. (author), Schmehl, R. (author)
Safety is a major factor in the permitting process for airborne wind energy systems. To successfully commercialize the technologies, safety and reliability have to be ensured by the design methodology and have to meet accepted standards. Current prototypes operate with special temporary permits, usually issued by local aviation authorities...
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Oostendorp, W.C.W. (author), Kuijper, J.A. (author)
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Huisman, Hans (author), Bach, Alicia (author), Joosten, Ineke (author), Ngan-Tillard, D.J.M. (author), van den Eynde, Guido (author)
Het was toeval. De archeologische begeleiding van de uitbreiding van het Tilburgse sportcomplex Spoordijk had slechts enkele sporen en vondsten uit de ijzertijd opgeleverd en was afgesloten. Frans van Nuenen, vrijwilliger in de archeologie, inspecteerde na afloop van de werkzaamheden echter nog eenmaal het terrein en vond in het talud van een...
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Pangbourne, Kate (author), Stead, D. (author), Mladenovic, Milos (author), Milakis, D. (author)
This chapter provides a reflective critique of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), an emerging development seeking a role within the Smart Mobility paradigm. We assess a range of its future implications for urban policymakers in terms of governance and sustainability (i.e., social and environmental impacts). We begin by describing the origins of the...
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van Thoor, M.T.A. (author), Stroux, S.A. (author)
The collaboration between KIT and TU Delft started out with the central theme of machiya, a traditional type of wooden townhouse, known in Kyoto as kyomachiya. Rather than Kyoto’s pre-eminent monuments like shrines, temples or one of the 17 world heritage sites, the vernacular architecture of the kyomachia seemed to be the ideal study subject,...
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Triggianese, M. (author)
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Welle Donker, F.M. (author)
Open government data are fast becoming entrenched in our society. However, even though open government data may be “free”, it is not “gratis”. It takes substantial human and financial resources not only to collect and maintain government data, but also to process the data to be suitable for distribution as open data. Those resources need to be...
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Hiteva, Ralitsa (author), Ives, Matthew (author), Weijnen, M.P.C. (author), Nikolic, I. (author)
This chapter explores potential ways to implement, and benefits for policymaking of, the complementary use of two different types of modelling for analysing residential energy consumption and ethnographic research. The more traditional approach of techno-economic modelling is considered alongside agent-based modelling that incorporates both...
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van den Heuvel, D. (author)
In many ways the work and ideas of Jaap Bakema epitomize the best of the architecture of the post-war Dutch welfare state: it is utterly unapologetic about its modernity as well as its drive to be universal and egalitarian. Bakema firmly<br/>positioned his office and its production at the heart of the Dutch welfare state system. Not only did he,...
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