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LIN, H-C. (author)
Are cities mineable? How much can the old copper scraps be transformed into "nutrients" of the city and join the economy again? Can urban mining really take us towards a circular economy? Although there has been extensive discussions on the possibilities of urban mining in academic literatures and public media, the research on quantitatively...
master thesis 2016
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Lin, H. (author)
The design aims to insert care program into Rubroek neighborhood in Rotterdam. With remain of the existing social structure, the design is not only for the dementia group but for improving the quality of the entire neighborhood. A lively little street which cross the site to separate different groups architecturally but intertwine existing...
master thesis 2016
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Lin, H. (author)
This thesis report presents a Finite-Element based methodology for simulating wear damage in the wastegate system of automotive turbochargers. The derived simulation routine is able to reproduce the changes in geometry at contact interfaces of dynamic systems that are subject to relative motion and material ablation. The wastegate is a...
master thesis 2016
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Lin, H. (author)
This project proposed a design solution of positive engagement on personal financial management (PFM) with the help of mobile technology. The end goal of creating engaging PFM is to improve (young) people’s financial well-being. The project identified young bank users as the target user group, who was found to have low financial capability. In...
master thesis 2015
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Lin, H. (author)
Nowadays, many Chinese cities like Shenzhen are experiencing intense spatial transformation. Downgrading neighbourhoods are being replaced by high-end housing, shopping malls and office in order to promote economic growth. The former socialist public housing is one of the redevelopment hot spots. However, such land-based development focuses on...
master thesis 2014
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Lin, H. (author)
This final thesis report is a specific plan and research project of the cross-border area between Hong Kong and Shenzhen metropolis. The aim is looking for a sustainable and mutual benefit development strategy of cross-border area between the metropolitan area which is under highly urbanization and conurbation process. The main approach is using...
master thesis 2010
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