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He, Mingjia (author)
A comprehensive understanding of shippers’ preferences can help transport freight forwarders create targeted transport services and enhance long-term business relationships. Nevertheless, limited research examined the benefit of considering shippers’ preferences in the decision-making of synchromodal transport planning and the collection of...
master thesis 2023
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Joshi, Ian (author)
In a community energy project, batteries are the asset with the shortest lifespan and are therefore key contributors to cost. Understanding the influence of the battery state of health model on a control algorithm designed for redistribution of benefits in terms of financial gains in a community energy project can help elongate battery lifetime...
bachelor thesis 2022
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de Water, Joey (author)
Energy communities are not yet fully self sufficient, mostly due to financial factors. Efforts are made to reduce these factors. Communities invest in community-owned assets, which provide more savings compared to individually-owned assets. Prosumers share their loads for better energy distribution, this can provide a significant impact. A good...
bachelor thesis 2022
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de Voogd, Rein (author)
Monopiles with large diameter (larger than 6 m) and low aspect ratio (less than 6) are increasingly used in offshore wind farms. These foundations demonstrate a rigid response under lateral loading. The validity of the existing design methods, that are based on small diameter flexible piles, has been questioned by both the industry and...
master thesis 2022
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Noroozian, A. (author)
BitTorrent has turned into the most popular P2P file sharing protocol and is used for various purposes such as Video on demand and Media Streaming. The fundamental problem with P2P networks in general is that quality of service highly depends on altruistic resource sharing by participating peers. Many peers freeride on the good intentions of...
master thesis 2010
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De Keijzer, B. (author)
In many real-world decision making settings, situations arise in which the parties (or: players) involved must collectively make decisions while not every player is supposed to have an equal amount of influence in the outcome of such a decision. The "weighted voting game" is a model that is often used to make such decisions. The amount of...
master thesis 2009
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