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YU, Zhuo (author)
This project explores the potential of a specific type of natural-based decentralised wastewater treatment solution in a fast-growing area: Campbelltown local government area (LGA), Sydney, with a focus on experimental design based on different densification scenarios and centralisation level of treatment scheme. The analysis and design are...
master thesis 2023
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van den Berg, Ruben (author)
The pressure on water and energy resources, along with the transition towards new infrastructure, requires an integrated approach to achieve future-proof concepts. A nexus approach can contribute to this by including the interaction between water and energy. This is also known as a water-energy nexus (WEN). Furthermore, when considering...
master thesis 2023
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Lambregts, Dorien (author)
The production and consumption of electricity need to be balanced at all times. Due to the ever-growing shift towards renewable energy generation, this poses an increasingly difficult challenge. Currently, supply is regulated to maintain balance. However, there is potential to improve reliability and save costs by shifting the balancing to the...
master thesis 2022
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Thorp, Katie (author)
Like many cities in sub-Saharan Africa, Kumasi, Ghana is facing greater groundwater demands in part due to rapid urbanization. However, currently Ghana does not systematically monitor groundwater, which poses a challenge in management and implementation of science-based policy. Additionally, coordination among stakeholders in Ghana’s water...
master thesis 2022
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Brevoord, Sophie (author)
Urban wastewater systems can impact the urban ecology by untreated wastewater discharges through combined sewer overflow (CSO) events, or by partial treatment of the wastewater at the wastewater treatment plant (WWTP). CSO events can cause oxygen depletion, eutrophication, and the discharge of pathogens. The partial treatment of the wastewater...
master thesis 2022
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Gao, Zhi (author)
Under the increasing electrification of end uses in the energy transition towards more renewable integration, the electricity price keeps gaining importance on every scale from individual well-being to the competitiveness of an economy. Though scarce in the scientific literature, Long-Term Electricity Price Projection (LEPP) has great potentials...
master thesis 2022
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Hadler, Noah (author)
From three coherent SAR images it is possible to estimate three interferograms. Combined in a circular way, the sum of the three interferometric phases is called the closure phase which necessarily adds up to zero on a single pixel level. However, if the interferograms are spatially averaged, phase consistency is not guaranteed. In most of the...
master thesis 2022
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Azzahra Safira Suryanto, Azza (author)
Urban Drainage Systems (UDS) are one of the most vital yet, complex infrastructures that support people's livelihood in urban areas. However, due to their mainly underground infrastructure and complexity, the planning and management of UDS are usually associated with high investment, which stakeholders sometimes overlook. As long-lived...
master thesis 2021
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Vijn, Timo (author)
This research provides benchmark accuracies for forecasting of an aggregated price of the Dutch intraday market. While point forecasts in a single-step-ahead horizon for that unresearched market provide novel insights already, the scope of this research also includes interval forecasts in a multi-step-ahead horizon. A forecasting procedure is...
master thesis 2021
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Vonk, Martin (author)
Transfer function noise (TFN) modelling is a form of time series analysis which regularly uses the recharge as a stress to explain the groundwater table fluctuations. Often the recharge flux is estimated as a linear combination of the precipitation and the (potential) evaporation. However, this is a simplification of the actual hydrological...
master thesis 2021
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Wang, Siyuan (author)
Drinking water temperature is an essential parameter for water quality related to the physical, chemical and biological processes in water. However, in many countries, the drinking water temperature has not been taken seriously and was excluded from water quality standards. For example, in the Netherlands, the temperature of drinking water...
master thesis 2021
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Dennis Djohan, Dennis (author)
This research is part of the project "Water Efficiency in Sustainable Cotton-based Production Systems” between Solidaridad Asia and TU Delft. The project aims to increase the livelihood of smallholder farmers in the Maharashtra, India through. A socio-hydrological (SH) model is used extensively in this research as an evaluation tool. However,...
master thesis 2021
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van 't Klooster, Floris (author)
In this report, the tidal method is used to estimate hydraulic aquifer parameters. The principle of the tidal method is to use head fluctuations in observation wells, caused by tidal motion in a sea or river, to determine regional hydrological characteristics of an aquifer system. As the wave propagates into the aquifer, the amplitude of the...
master thesis 2021
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Nguyen, T (author)
This MSc thesis is a contribution to the African Water Corridor (AWC) project that gains insight into the future of water supply systems in the Sub-Saharan African small towns. The future water demand in these areas constitute a great challenge in the effort to provide safe water for everyone. Unfortunately, there are high uncertainties in the...
master thesis 2021
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Verbart, Joost (author)
This thesis proposes a novel design approach for a monitoring system that can detect hidden leaks in intermittent water supply (IWS) systems. Cities with IWS conditions in their drinking water network, such as Nairobi and Harare, often have a high percentage of non-revenue water (NRW) in their system. Estimations of the amount of NRW in these...
master thesis 2021
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Speksnijder, Rogier (author)
Intensive urbanisation enhances warming of cities’ ambient and subsoil environment. The local drinking water distribution system (DWDS) is likewise affected. Hotspots of anthropogenic heating were perceived to influence drinking water temperature and pose a threat for microbial drinking water quality. Information on temporal and spatial relation...
master thesis 2021
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Irias Mata, Marisol (author)
Punchiná reservoir is part of the San Carlos Hydroelectric Power Plant, situated in the Guatapé watershed. The Guatapé river is an affluent of the Samaná Norte river, which in turn is an affluent of the Magdalena river. San Carlos Hydroelectric Project uses the waters from the rivers San Carlos and Guatapé and discharges the turbined flow...
student report 2021
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van Steen, J.E. (author)
Globally, water demand is rising and resources are diminishing. In the context of climate change and a growing world population, a further increase in water scarcity seems inevitable. Aiming towards a sustainable future, water should be used as efficiently as possible by minimizing water losses, which can be higher than 50% in some drinking...
master thesis 2020
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Luger, Christianne (author)
The Climate Risk Informed Decision Analysis (CRIDA) framework incorporates the uncertainties of climate change that impact project planning, socioeconomic justification, and engineering design into a step-wise and collaborative planning process to guide a technical analyst to low-regret risk- and cost-effective solutions; Research has been...
master thesis 2020
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van den Bos, Laurens (author)
The temperature of drinking water is an important parameter, affecting physical, chemical, biological and aesthetic properties of the water. Currently, measurements exceeding the legal limit of 25ᵒC at the tap are exceptional. However, there are reasons to believe that the number of exceedances will increase due to climate change and...
master thesis 2020
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