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Slot, E. (author)
Double degree of Master of Science in Science Communication & Systems Engineering, Policy Analysis, and Management / SEPAM: Technology Policy and Management / Department: Engineering, Systems and Services + SEC: Applied Physics / Department: Science Communication - In the era of digital communication, the relationship between businesses and...
master thesis 2017
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Puylaert, S.A.A. (author)
Double degree thesis: Part A: Civil Engineering Part B: Science Communication The first forms of automated vehicles (level 1 and 2) are already available at dealers, and next levels are being developed at this moment (level 3 and up). Literature indicates two development paths for automated vehicles: an autonomous and a cooperative path....
master thesis 2016
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Puylaert, S.A.A. (author)
Double degree thesis: Part A: Civil Engineering Part B: Science Communication The first forms of automated vehicles (level 1 and 2) are already available at dealers, and next levels are being developed at this moment (level 3 and up). Literature indicates two development paths for automated vehicles: an autonomous and a cooperative path....
master thesis 2016
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Lekkerkerk, H.J. (author)
Data integration is becoming an increasingly important issue with the increased sharing of information as a result of linked data and Spatial Data Infrastructures. To investigate the potential issues a case study for the Water Quality Register (WQR) of the Informatiehuis Water is used. In this case study the data residing in three separate data...
master thesis 2012
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Tamash, N. (author)
The INSPIRE initiative sets up a framework for the creation of an European Spatial Data Infrastructure (ESDI), which will enable the sharing of environmental spatial information among public sector organisations and better facilitate public access in general to spatial information across Europe. To do so, several common specifications have been...
master thesis 2012
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Burger, B. (author)
Mangrove forests cover large parts of the tropical and subtropical shorelines and grow in the inter-tidal zone. Mangrove forests act as a natural coastal protection. The most important features of this protection are the prevention of erosion by the collecting of sediment and the reduction of the wave climate. There is a need to quantify and...
master thesis 2005
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Kotte, I. (author)
Al sinds het moment dat afbeeldingen in webpagina’s kunnen worden opgenomen, is internet een geschikt medium om geografische informatie mee te distribueren. Het is toegankelijk voor veel mensen, de hoeveelheid informatie is eindeloos en de informatie kan gemakkelijk up-to-date worden gehouden. GIS via internet beperkt zich niet meer tot het...
master thesis 2002
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Kriele, H.O. (author)
The 5,464 km long Yellow River (Chinese: Huang He) is the second longest river of the Peoples Republic of China. Its source is in Qinghai-Tibet Plateau and empties after serving an agricultural population of over 126 million people in the Bohai Bay. The main characteristic of the Yellow River is the extremely high sediment load which causes the...
master thesis 1996
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Hoeboer, R.M. (author)
The objective of the study is the characterization of the non-uniform geometry of a mountain river and the development of a method that identifies this geometry. Identification of the geometry enables simplification of a certain river section in modelling, which can be applied in a wide range of applications, for example the prediction of water...
master thesis 1996
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Eerkens, J.W. (author)
In one-dimensional river modelling it is common to schematise the cross-section into a rectangular cross-section with a constant width. If a quasi-steady flow is assumed, the equilibrium longitudinal profile is known and unique: the bottom slope is constant and equals the water surface slope. However, numerical calculations at DELFT HYDRAULICS...
master thesis 1996
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Kerckhoven, J.D.M. (author)
The morphological behaviour of estuaries is complex and at present (1995) not well understood. Ebb and flood channels play an important role in the morphological behaviour of an estuary. In order to get more insight in the morphological behaviour of such systems it is studied whether a 1-D morphodynamic network model gives insight in this...
master thesis 1995
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Van Liebergen, J.C.G. (author)
This study contains two topics which are important for the use of a one-dimensional computer model, calculating morphological changes in time. Firstly, for a good prediction of the morphological changes by the model a good reproduction of the water movement and the sediment movement is necessary. One of the conditions for a good reproduction of...
master thesis 1995
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Roosjen, R. (author), Zwanenburg, C. (author)
One of the unsolved problems in the water resource engineering is the morphological behaviour of bifurcations in rivers. Bifurcations can be found in deltas, in estuaries and in braided rivers. When modelling river reaches which contain a bifurcation, a nodal point relation is needed. The problem is to determine this nodal point relation. The...
master thesis 1995
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Van Kuik, C.A. (author)
In the one-dimensional 'Rhine Alarm Model' differences between the actual travel time of a pollutant-cloud (Tpol), originating from an instantaneous release of an accidental spill, and the travel time, based on the flow velocity (Tflow) is represented by a lag coefficient ß. The travel time of the pollutant Tpol is related to the centroid of the...
master thesis 1994
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Den Dekker, P. (author), Van Voorthuizen, J.M. (author)
The morphological behaviour of bifurcations in rivers is a poorly understood problem with which many river engineers are confronted. Bifurcations are mostly found in deltas, but also in braided sections of a river. The course of a braided river is highly unstable and unpredictable; serious problems can therefore arise if an attempt is made to...
master thesis 1994
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Van Lieshout, M.C. (author)
In this report a model has been derived to simulate morphological behaviour under tidal conditions. The model is based on the set of equations of motion and mass-balance for both water and sediment. The study focused on the underlying assumption that the kinematic response of the water movement on the bottom variation is much stronger than the...
master thesis 1993
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Van Swol, F.J.P. (author)
As a result of recent floods caused by mountain rivers, more insight in the morphological processes concerning sedimentation problems and the bottom roughness to predict the expected water levels, is necessary to preclude future catastrophes. The aim of the study is to obtain more insight in the prediction of bottom roughness for situations...
master thesis 1993
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Van der Sman, R.J. (author)
In rivierbochten treedt een spiraalstroming op, die ervoor zorgt, dat in alluviale rivieren een dwarshelling ontstaat. Hierdoor wordt de buitenbocht diep en de binnenbocht ondiep. Voor vele menselijke, in rivieren plaatsvindende aktiviteiten is het noodzakelijk het diepteprofiel van de rivier te kennen. Te denken valt aan scheepvaart en de bouw...
master thesis 1993
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Franssen, M.A.E. (author)
In het geval van dichte kribben, die niet overstroomd worden, wordt er in de kribvakken een neer aangedreven. Deze geleidt de hoofdstroming in de rivier. De neer is alleen stabiel als de kribben niet al te ver van elkaar liggen. De maximale kribafstand waarbij de neer nog net stabiel kan worden genoemd kan worden bepaald met behulp van de...
master thesis 1992
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Meijer, D.G. (author)
In river engineering problems information on discharges and water levels is essential for many reasons. For irrigation and drinking water purposes it is very important to know how much water can be extracted from a river. Managers of waste water stations need to know how much they can release without exceeding the norms, and information on flood...
master thesis 1992
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