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Klappe, Lilly (author)
Currently, the building industry contributes to up to 50% of climate change. A way to reduce the impact is by replacing current building materials with more environmentally friendly materials, such as timber. Engineered wood products, such as cross-laminated timber (CLT) panels, have increased strength, stiffness, and stability which enables...
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Azamy, Parwiz (author)
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Bouwmeester, Helene (author)
Glass is gaining more and more popularity as a structural material and has become a big share of the building industry. Unfortunately, the building industry is the largest polluter in terms of industrial waste and is responsible for 40% of Europe’s energy demand (CIB, 1999), and glass is also playing a significant role in this number. One...
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van de Leur, Sophie (author)
Timber high-rise buildings have been gaining in popularity. However, due to the low material stiffness of timber the stability systems of these buildings are often made with steel or concrete. To avoid this the material efficiency of the timber stability systems must be improved. The most material efficient stability systems for timber high-rise...
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Nijman, Marit (author)
This research tries to answer the question which construction material, concrete or timber, is best to use during the construction of terraced housing in the Netherlands, based on the environmental performance. Existing studies often do not take all aspects of a design for the comparison into account, or have a bias toward one material. In order...
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van Driel, Tim (author)
Free-form façades with bent glass have become increasingly popular in recent times. As bent glass is stiffer against out-of-plane loads, it can result in thinner glass and lower embodied carbon. A promising new technique is to cold bend thin glass plates with a stiff structural edge into a hyperbolic paraboloid (hypar), and to subsequently lock...
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Barentsen, Nout (author)
On April 15th, 2019 a devastating fire burned down Notre Dame de Paris and left the cathedral without its central spire and ancient gable roof, better known as The Forest. The required reconstruction initiated a global debate between architects, engineers, and other stakeholders. The discussion was put to an end by the French authorities, who...
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Koopman, Daan (author)
This research investigates how to design a glass pedestrian bridge that is structurally optimised for multiple load scenario’s and feasible in terms of fabrication and construction. Linear glass elements such as panes have limited freedom of shape. On the other hand, cast glass can be produced into any shape possible. When glass is used in large...
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Yang, Dannia (author)
master thesis 2021
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Jongenotter, Jesse (author)
The aim of this research is to make the early design process more efficient. This is done with a parametric model, which compares high-rise stability systems. The research is focused on the stability systems shear walls, core, outrigger and tube. All systems are executed in concrete cast-in-situ, in the range from 100 to 250 m. The parametric...
master thesis 2021
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