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Oderwald Blázquez, Adrian (author)
In riverine environments under anaerobic conditions, methane and carbon dioxide are produced as a result of biological activity, causing degradation of organic matter. Under aerobic conditions, the bacteria present degrade the organic matter, whereby the concentration of dissolved oxygen may be lowered. Thus, issues experienced in the...
bachelor thesis 2020
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de Jonge, Maurits (author)
Water injection is widely used in the petroleum industry for the increase of hydrocarbon recovery or disposal of wastewater. Water production and injection are the primary mechanisms in Geothermal Energy. Both include injecting water into a porous formation under matrix injection conditions. While maintaining water injection is vital in these...
master thesis 2020
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Holland, Bram (author), Abrahamse, Noor (author), van den Brekel, Evelien (author), van der Voort Maarschalk, Joost (author), Keunen, Oscar (author), Janssen, Pauline (author)
The goal of this study is to examine the feasibility of this solution, from a water quality and hydraulic point of view. Firstly, the current state of the three water bodies was investigated and a stakeholder analysis was conducted to look into the social and political context. Secondly, the effect of the solution on the water quality in the WL...
student report 2019
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Li, Xin (author)
Due to microbial activities, the anaerobic degradation of organic matter happens in the sediments and leads to considerable gas production. Especially for low flow areas gas production is more easily fostered. To prevent the potential problems caused by gas production from the riverine sediments, this study focuses on magnitude of gas formation...
master thesis 2019
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Blom, Tijmen (author)
A considerable contribution to the greenhouse effect originates from landfills. This contribution originates from the degeneration of waste in the landfill. The gas which is created during the degeneration consists of 40 to 60% methane. One mole of methane has a global warming potential which is 28 times higher than that of carbon dioxide....
master thesis 2018
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Dijkstra, Fokke (author), Jordans, Luuk (author), Groenewegen, Maurits (author), Steijlen, Florentine (author), Mekel, Charlotte (author)
Terminos Lagoon is the biggest and ecologically most important fluvial-lagoon system of the southern Gulf of Mexico. Rivers, sea and meteorology all influence the lagoon, variable over the year, resulting in a complex situation. To protect this area, it is crucial to know how different hydrological processes, hydrodynamic processes and spatial...
student report 2018
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van Verseveld, Charlotte (author)
English: <br/>Landfills have been indicated as a major methane source. Methane oxidation systems are `low technology' systems that can treat these methane emissions. Yet, methane oxidation systems are herein still sub-optimal and leave room for improvement. A numerical model was established to research the effective gas permeability ratio...
master thesis 2018
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Vermeijden, Loys (author)
Landfills are full of contaminated material, which could be harmful for the environment. To reduce the risks of pollutants entering the environment, a watertight base layer and an impermeable cover layer isolate the waste. These layers have to be maintained eternally, which is very costly. To move towards a more sustainable landfill aftercare,...
master thesis 2018
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Molenaar, Floor (author), Pak, Tom (author), de Pous, Hanna (author), van der Werff, Bart-Jan (author)
The city of Guayaquil suffers from regular floods. During the wet season, typically from late December until late April or early May, multiple floods per week can occur. Mainly the excessive rainfall in combination with high tide penetrating into the city results in a high flood risk, but some flood-prone areas can also flood in case of spring...
student report 2018
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Vermeijden, Loys (author)
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student report 2017
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