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van Nieuwpoort, Ruben (author)
The finite element method (FEM) is an ubiquitous method for the analysis of boundary value problems. Specifically, it can be used to find approximations to solutions of boundary value problems on a specific domain...
master thesis 2017
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Caljouw, Cindy (author)
The coarse grid of numerical weather prediction and climate models requires parametrization models to resolve atmospheric processes that are smaller than the grid size. For parametrization development, these processes are simulated by a high resolution model. At the Royal Netherlands Meteorological
Institute, the Dutch Atmospheric Large-Eddy...
master thesis 2017
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van Vianen, Karen (author)
Based on incident characteristics and quality of loop data and floating car data, a new incident detection algorithm is designed based on floating car data. This new algorithm can detect incidents on lane level by comparing the number of lane changes for a situation without an incident with a situation with a possible incident. Floating car data...
master thesis 2017
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Maniyara, Vineeth Sajeev (author)
The current research aims to numerically predict the performance characteristics of the Oryon Water Mill. The simulation mechanism to be developed, begins at the structural solver part of a partitioned FSI solver, upon which the unique functional characteristics of the turbine are embedded. The modelling is carried out to account for the turbine...
master thesis 2017
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Sparnaaij, Martijn (author)
This research investigates the question how the choice of scenarios and metrics influences the calibration of pedestrian simulation models. By calibrating a pedestrian model using different combinations of scenarios and metrics and comparing the results it was concluded that it matters what scenarios and metrics are included during the...
master thesis 2017
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Wiegman, Linda (author)
Since the 1950s, numerical models are widely used in reservoir simulators to predict and optimize oil recovery from petroleum reservoirs. Commercial simulators typically combine multiphase porous media flow models with a separate module for the transport of tracers. By decoupling flow and transport, the transport equation can be solved using a...
master thesis 2017
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