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Kappé, Jeroen (author)
The city of Amsterdam faces the challenge of monitoring and assessing 200 kilometers of historic quay walls, of which much is deemed to be in poor condition. A key monitoring technique used is photogrammetry resulting in deformation testing. The fundamental data source forming the basis of this deformation analysis is a collection of overlapping...
master thesis 2024
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Mukherjee, Pragya (author)
The growing demand for renewable energy sources has led to the deployment of wind turbines worldwide. One of the most critical parts of the wind turbine is the foundation which plays an important role in maintaining the structural integrity and reliability of the towers throughout the service life. This research project is a case study that...
master thesis 2023
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Westerink, Daan (author)
Dit onderzoek richt zich op het verminderen van trillingshinder in CLT- en betongebouwen, zodat ze voldoen aan de richtlijnen en er meer naast het spoor gebouwd kan worden. De centrale vraag van het onderzoek is hoe specifieke ontwerpmaatregelen kunnen leiden tot een vermindering van trillingshinder in overeenstemming met de richtlijnen. Een...
master thesis 2023
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Azamy, Parwiz (author)
master thesis 2023
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Stavridou, EVDOKIA (author)
Although relevant information regarding the curtain walls structural damage state is available, hardly any data referring to the seismic loading effect on the overall façade performance is found in the literature. The present research attempts to assess the unitised curtain walls seismic performance by identifying the occurring damage mechanisms...
master thesis 2023
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Joshi, Amey (author)
The light and frequent earthquakes in the north of the Netherlands, particularly in the province of Groningen, have recently exposed the unreinforced masonry structures to seismic activities. Since these structures do not adhere to seismic regulations, they are considered vulnerable to seismicity. The ultimate state capacity of the structures is...
master thesis 2023
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de Groot, Jelle (author)
With the rising demand for renewable energy sources the amount of wind turbines which are built on land are growing rapidly. Because of the repetitive nature of the foundation small design improvements can add up to large savings in material usage and building cost. The most critical part of the foundation is the connection between the metal...
master thesis 2022
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Willems, Rick (author)
Mining activities at the Groningen gas field are causing earthquakes which result in building damage. This has started a discussion on what type of damage is caused by earthquakes. These discussions are typical in the forensic engineering field, especially in complex cases. The problem is the lack of regulations, in terms of standardizations and...
master thesis 2022
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Spiering, Boris (author)
Due to global warming and the subsequent rise of the sea level, scarcity of land to build on, the continues increase of the world’s population and a shift in population from rural areas to the city, there is a need for innovative projects to tackle or deal with the increase of needed liveable area. One of the solutions is floating cities. A...
master thesis 2022
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van Hulten, Chris (author)
Many quay walls in Amsterdam have surpassed their structural lifetime and have started showing signs of damage. The city of Amsterdam is currently tackling the problem and have published a plan of action. This plan includes the renovation of hundreds of kilometres of quay walls. Given this enormous amount, it is necessary to prioritize certain...
master thesis 2021
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