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Sanghera, Bhupinder Singh (author)
Prior to the detailed design of turbines, turbomachinery engineers must rely on mean-line and throughflow models to come to a preliminary design. These models are based on empirical loss correlations and are often derived from cascade experiments and numerical analyses that are confined to the subsonic and transonic regime. Axial turbines for...
master thesis 2020
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Panda, Prayash (author)
Greenhouse gas emissions have globally increased temperatures and have led to global warming. A major part of these greenhouse gas emissions is emitted by motor vehicles in Europe. With an aim to limit global temperature increase by targeting emissions from heavy duty vehicles (HDV) which travel long-haul international journeys, this thesis aims...
master thesis 2019
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Janssens, Martin (author)
Today's leading projections of climate change predicate on Atmospheric General Circulation Models (GCMs). Since the atmosphere consists of a staggering range of scales that impact global trends, but computational constraints prevent many of these scales from being directly represented in numerical simulations, GCMs require "parameterisations'' -...
master thesis 2019
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Gkoutis, Konstantinos (author)
Surrogate modeling is a family of engineering techniques that attracts great interest today and can be applied in many challenging fields. A big advantage of it is that surrogate models (models based on these techniques) offer reliable results by being computationally cheaper than other candidate models. The savings in computational time is...
master thesis 2018
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