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Mees, Nora (author)
The marine area in Amsterdam, currently only partially publicly available, needs to be reintegrated into the public space. To start the reintegration process, a swimming pool and spa, which both meets the identity of the area and the vision of the municipality, will be added to this area. A new central route is placed through the marine area on...
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Knijff, Nanne (author)
This graduation project is part of the Shared Heritage Lab; a collaboration studio between the master tracks of Heritage&Architecture, Architectural Engineering, Landscape Architecture and Urbanism of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment from the TU Delft. All students joining this graduation lab focus on the question ‘How...
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Blankestijn, Rick (author)
“Upwards along the pipes” focuses on the Tamansari subdistrict in Bandung, Indonesia, in which the Cikapundung river is a central physical element, dividing the highly dense informal settlements in two. The project tries to tackle several ecological and spatial issues occuring within the site, including a large amount of (organic) waste being...
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Fuchs, Armin (author)
Praying for Water deals with several water related challenges in Bandung’s informal urban areas, first and foremost the lack of safe drinking water and proper sanitation. Although being based on the proposal for a decentralized water supply system, a rather holistic solution approach is followed. Beyond the use of appropriate technical...
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Nader, Alend (author)
In the past decade the relationship between the client and contractor in the Dutch infrastructure sector has been disrupted. This disrupted relationship can mainly be characterised as adversarial and distrusting. Additionally, this has resulted in a growing number of disputes between the client and the contractor. As a result of the adversarial...
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Trompetter, Craig (author)
Co-housing project and development scheme for Nala Sopara
The main objective behind this project is to explore potential solutions to the housing problem in Mumbai. To achieve this objective, I have developed a structured approach. This will consist of extensive research into the nature of the problem at every level. These ‘levels’ consist...
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Platschorre, Arthur (author)
This Bachelor thesis is on Covariant Emergent Gravity (CEG): a covariant formulation by Sabine Hossenfelder of the ideas of Erik Verlinde on gravity as an emergent force. In this work, the ideas of Erik Verlinde are presented as well as the field equations of CEG. The aim of this thesis is to find experimentally verifiable results for CEG. From...
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Barnsteiner, Max (author)
Ortovox, a mountain sports brand, existing for almost 40 years, is undergoing a rapid change. Through substantial growth, the organization has been pushed into a new position. The niche market was given up for a place among the leading brands in the outdoor industry. The new situation results in fundamentally different market requirements and...
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Chatrath, Karan (author)
Advancement of the state of the art of automotive technologies is a continuous process. It is essential for automotive engineers to combine the knowledge of vehicle dynamics and control theory to develop useful applications that meet requirements of improved safety, comfort and performance. A road vehicle is equipped with several actuators that...
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Lim, Sungsoo (author)
More and more aquaculture structures are installed in open water and further offshore due to the fact that a variety of conflicts have arisen with coastal water, eco-system, and inhabitants who live nearby. They can additionally benefit from a high energy environment, for example, strong currents and waves could disperse fish farm waste. However...
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Aquilina, Emily (author)
Through the synthesis of a speculative design project I explore the meditative process of working together with earth forces to create alternative ways of valuing the Arctic and its critic yet fragile environments. Emerging as a response to the changing global trends of climate change, territorial claims and rapid melting of ice in the Arctic...
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Shadap, Alan (author)
This thesis is an exploration of the cultural characteristics and urban identity of residential neighbourhoods of Shillong, a hilltown settlement in the north east region of India. The rapid pace of unplanned urbanization trends in the hill stations of India has resulted in the degradation of the quality of public space networks of hill stations...
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Boersma, Freek (author)
In the last two decades there has been a steady rise in the gathering and use of 3D geo-information. A common way to store and use 3D data is by using 3D city models. In 3D city models, geo-information can be stored at different levels of detail. CityGML, the most commonly used data model and encoding for 3D city models, uses five levels of...
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Kruisdijk, Wies (author)
The goal of this report is to study the way in which female university students (aged 18 to 25) deal with their moods during their menstruation, and to use this information to design a product to help them deal with their negative moods in a healthy way, by using resilience-focused mood-regulation strategies. Literature research and the field...
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Giammarino, Vittorio (author)
This thesis provides a theoretical framework for the arise of stop-and-go waves in platoons of Human-driven Vehicles (HVs) on a ring road topology. Possibilities and limitations for traffic control and suppression of such waves via a single Autonomous Vehicle (AV) are considered. Being HVs prone to show string instability, i.e. a type of...
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Bijmans, Hugo (author)
Cryptojacking, a phenomenon also known as drive-by cryptomining, involves stealing computing power from others to be used in illicit cryptomining. While first observed as host-based infections with low activity, the release of an efficient browser-based cryptomining application -- as introduced by Coinhive in 2017 -- has skyrocketed...
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Sun, Wei (author)
This work applies keypoint detection method to solve gate recognition problem. Unlike regular object detection task, gate recognition problem is made difficult by the fact that gate is empty wireframe which means that the object surrounded by gate-edge is not relevant and should not be taken into consideration when detecting. However, regular...
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Ochalhi, Redouan (author)
In this thesis, attention is paid to building different Bayesian networks. You can think of aspects such as parameter learning, search procedures and score functions. In addition, a distinction is made between the use of Discrete Bayesian Networks and Gaussian Networks. These models both have different assumptions which are also discussed. Finally...
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Polinder, Herbert (author)
Around 55% of The Netherlands is protected by flood defences like dikes. Flood defences must meet requirements which are based on an allowed flood probability. Safety assessments are performed to check whether flood defences meet these requirements. Uncertainties are explicitly included in safety assessments. Uncertainty in soil behaviour is one...
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Blok, Sanne (author)
Offshore wind turbines are commonly supported by monopile foundations. Impact hammering is the conventional method for installing offshore monopiles but has several disadvantages. Time-consuming installation procedures, high noise emissions and steel fatigue due to the high impact are problems resulting from this installation procedure. GBM...
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