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Berdowski, Lieuwe (author)
The transport sector in the Netherlands is under pressure to reduce emissions, constituting about 12% of the country's total emissions, to align with the goals of the Paris Agreements. One promising solution is the adoption of hydrogen fuel cell heavy-duty trucks, particularly for long-haul transport, providing emission-free operation when...
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van den Oever, Mark (author)
Dutch road transportation networks are increasingly facing challenges regarding congestion, safety and environmental pollution. These challenges are intensified by increased urbanization and a growing need for connectivity . In the past, the remedy to most of these challenges laid in expanding the physical infrastructure through new asphalt....
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van Eijk, Mark (author)
The automotive industry is transitioning to electric vehicles (EVs), creating a higher electricity demand. Concurrently, the utility sector is shifting to a renewable energy system. Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology allows EVs to both consume and deliver electricity to the grid, introducing a dynamic interaction. However, integrating EVs into the...
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Hoogenboom, Jim (author)
Recent research studies have been focused on the adoption of shared cars and mobility hubs separately. Which is why there exists a knowledge gap regarding the influence of a mobility hub on the adoption of shared cars. This qualitative research study aims to fill the knowledge gap by answering the main research question: To what extent could a...
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Veraart, Marijn (author)
Cycling as a mode of transport is getting increasingly more attention from academics and governments around the world. It improves the physical and mental well being of citizens, it is efficient in terms of space and it provides economic benefits. However, traffic engineers and urban planners of these cities currently lack the means to...
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Meijnema, Marc (author)
Local governments hardly have a clear overview of their current progress in reducing emissions. This could be explained by the inadequacy of available tools. To address this issue, this research used a design cycle to explore the development of a feasible and useful method for allocating emissions in the road freight transport subsector. Four...
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Duijn, Kevin (author)
In order to fulfill the climate commitments outlined in the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement, there is a pressing need to substantially reduce Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions worldwide. Among these GHG emissions, CO2 contributes for 75% of the total Greenhouse Gas emissions. The transport sector accounts for 22% of these CO2 emissions. Despite the...
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Atta, Omar (author)
This thesis explores the integration of sustainability in the Replacement and Renovation program (V&R) of Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) WNN, focusing on renewing and revitalizing aging infrastructure assets. With a substantial portion of RWS assets approaching the end of their design life, sustainability becomes crucial for continued functionality....
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Bos, Doortje (author), van den Broek, Maartje (author), De Geus, Lara (author), Wielders, Suus (author)
The water and sanitation sector faces well-documented issues that are challenging to address, leading to the establishment of the Platform of Vocational Excellence (PoVE) Water. This platform brings together five regional Centers of Vocational Excellence (CoVE) Water in Europe and South Africa to ensure high-quality skills and competencies in...
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Leonard, Kevin (author)
This paper examines the characteristics of urban environments that contribute to modal shifts away from cars and towards active modes of transportation, specifically e-bikes. Given the push towards sustainable transportation, much of the roadmap in the United States is still focused on electric vehicles. However, e-bikes offer an alternate...
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van Zeijl, Lola (author)
The development of automated cars has introduced the potential to reduce global CO2 emissions by enhancing driving efficiency. However, counter-research suggests that this may lead to increased CO2 emissions due to higher speeds and highway congestion. This research examines the impact of automated cars on train travel, focusing on their unique...
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Patro, Ankit (author)
This thesis explores the transformation of the global transportation and energy sectors through the adoption of electric vehicles (EVs). EVs have emerged as a crucial solution to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and promote sustainable energy sources. The associated charging infrastructure poses challenges and opportunities for Charge Point...
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Sweere, Sem (author)
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Nandigam, Sai Pavan (author)
The transportation sector is a major contributor to global emissions, with road transportation responsible for a significant part of these emissions. Electric mobility, particularly Solar Electric Vehicles (SEVs), offers a solution to deal with the challenges encountered by traditional electric vehicles ultimately contributing to reducing...
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Hoeksma, Bram (author)
Currently, our society faces a pressing challenge: global warming. The solution lies in the energy transition, which replaces fossil fuels with clean sources. This requires a global effort across all sectors, including shipping. While a significant portion of shipping relies on polluting fuels, the European Union’s Green Deal aims for climate...
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Wienk, Iris (author)
The Netherlands is confronted with challenges such as traffic congestion, overburdened public transportation, and obesity. These issues could potentially be mitigated by elevating the cycling modal share. To attain this objective, the Dutch central government has introduced a range of strategies aimed at fostering commuter cycling. This study...
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Bruggink, Maude (author)
The number of cars is increasing in the Netherlands, while the need for space and environmental regulations is increasing as well. The need for new mobility solutions is high. A shared bicycle system could be an indirect solution to these problems, by strengthening the chain journey and getting more people out of their cars. This research uses a...
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van Dijk, Jolijn (author)
With the increasing transition to battery electric vehicles (EVs) and concerns about the capacity of the existing electrical infrastructure, the need for effective grid capacity management has become apparent. The V2X innovation, also known as bidirectional charging, has potential to enable EVs to interact with the electricity grid for various...
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Will, Nicolas (author)
The transport sector is one of the most significant contributors to European GHG emissions and is expected to grow even further in the coming years. The target of the European Union to reduce transport-related GHG emissions by 55% by 2030 seems to be a challenging task, keeping in mind the projected growth rates of the sector. In order to...
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Jaime Sanchez, Francisco Ángel (author)
This research illuminates the complexities of Virtual Reality (VR) technology adoption within the airline industry, with a specific emphasis on Air France-KLM. Despite VR's transformative potential and its increasing prevalence in various sectors, its adoption in the airline industry presents unique challenges. The central research question...
master thesis 2023
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