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den Haan, Adriaan (author)
With the ever so rapid transition towards renewable energy, the offshore electricity transmission system has to expand. Towards 2050, a meshed offshore network is seen as a cost-effective solution to bring electricity to shore. Although there is no "one size fits all", a Cross-Border Cost Allocation procedure is the designated procedure to...
master thesis 2024
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Xu, Xiaoyang (author)
This research examines how construction project managers in China integrate sustainability into their decision-making processes despite other constraints, such as cost, time, and quality. Using a Q-methodology, the study reveals a variety of managers' perspectives and strategies on sustainability, highlighting the complexity of integrating...
master thesis 2023
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Boucherie, Tom (author)
The Dutch government is targeting substantial growth within the heating sector, with ambitions to double the number of sustainable heat connections for households by 2030 – from 0.5 to 1 million – and eventually reaching 2.5 million connections by 2050. The proposed institutional design outlined in the new Heat Act, also known as the "Wet...
master thesis 2023
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Jonkman, Christian (author)
Incorporating big data into decision-making provides a substantial competitive advantage, leading organisations to increasingly adopt a data-driven strategy. However, the adoption by organisations often remains unsuccessful due to limitations associated with monolithic data architectures, such as data lakes and data warehouses. Data mesh is...
master thesis 2023
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Kuiper, Tisja (author)
The energy system is changing and is becoming more important in the spatial-economic development of the Netherlands. The current energy planning system is insufficiently equipped to deal with these changes. Therefore transmission and distribution system operators, provinces and municipalities have come together in the process of integraal...
master thesis 2023
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Boom, Marit (author)
Lead time reduction of military supply chain (MSC) processes is essential for well-functioning military organisations. MSCs are complex and uncertain systems, including interdependencies between actors and processes. Flexibility is needed for MSCs to deal with complexity and uncertainty. Furthermore, reducing lead times contributes to the...
master thesis 2023
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Ruiter, Bram (author)
In light of recent failures in policy dossiers with regard to the identification of need claims of citizens, participatory procedures have been made mandatory for municipalities in the constitution of a carbon-neutral energy system. However, the legitimacy of mainstream participatory procedures is limited because guidelines for public...
master thesis 2023
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Tervoort, Sven (author)
Introduction, Scope and Aim: <br/>The objective of this research is to examine the influence of municipal spatial vision documents on the decision-making process of developers to participate in urban area developments. For this research a literature and case study as well as an expert meeting were used. With the case study methodology four urban...
master thesis 2023
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van Wijk, Christine (author)
Technological developments in the field of digitalisation, automation and sustainability are moving fast in road transport. Without innovative developments in the railway sector, the competitive position of the sector will deteriorate. For this reason, the rail sector must innovate at a faster pace to remain competitive. Also, it is expected...
master thesis 2022
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Burgers, Victor (author)
What would you think if your neighbour, who owns a Tesla and therefore causes extra load on the already congested electricity grid and you would have to pay these costs? Feels unfair, doesn’t it? This is currently happening in the Netherlands and it concerns millions of households that consume electricity. Electricity consumers are currently...
master thesis 2022
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Joseph, Reshma (author)
Ransomware attacks based on social engineering have been increasing since COVID-19. Attackers have commonly used phishing as a social engineering technique to deploy a ransomware attack. Critical infrastructures such as hospitals have been the common target of these attacks due to hospitals’ sudden increase in digitization and interconnectivity,...
master thesis 2022
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Kadioğlu, Sena (author)
The airline industry is going through a big transformation. The institutional environment as well as the industry itself has changed. Competition with the entry of the low-cost carriers in a market that used to be dominated by flagship carriers and societal pressure regarding sustainability on airlines with COVID-19 state aids increased, while...
master thesis 2022
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de Koning, Claudia (author)
Although the private benefits of the car are enormous, it has also brought problematic externalities such as air pollution, CO2 emissions, traffic accidents, and an inactive lifestyle. Putting an end to the use of fossil fuel-powered cars is broadly considered critical to reduce transport impacts on climate change. Using sustainable transport...
master thesis 2022
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Berger, Tim (author)
The predestined energy transition will induce major changes in the energy system. As demand for electricity is expected to rise, the electricity grid expansion by the DSO is viewed as an essential aspect in the transition. It is argued that the DSO currently face two major challenges; an increased workload, and ageing and scarcity of personnel....
master thesis 2022
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Boelens, Niels (author)
The goal of this research is to create a design for a method to enable the generation and implementation of evidence-based throughput times in the planning process of the construction industry. The current planning process and the generation and collection of throughput times relies heavily on experience-based information. Generating throughput...
master thesis 2022
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Bomanwar, Akshaya (author)
Transportation domain forms a significant part of the infrastructure sector in The Netherlands. After the second world war in the 1960s and 1970s, substantial development occurred in transportation infrastructure with the construction of new assets like highways, railways, roadways and airports. As a result of this, the forthcoming decades are...
master thesis 2020
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Suylen, Aloys (author)
master thesis 2020
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van de Laarschot, Tim (author)
The use of Open Data (OD) in an Engineering Asset Management (EAM) context is largely unexplored. Even though research into OD is moving forward, this knowledge is not fully usable in EAM because of the complexity and the specific characteristics of EAM. The research is centred around the case study that has taken place. As input for the case...
master thesis 2020
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de Hek, Maurits (author)
Technological innovations in the Dutch railway sector, such as ERTMS and the 3kV power supply system make it possible to increase the efficiency, effectivity and speed of the railway system in the upcoming decades. The implementation of systems such as ERTMS and 3kV is a lengthy process. The new systems will therefore operate alongside the old...
master thesis 2020
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Toering, Arnoud (author)
Pilots, or transition experiments, are widely regarded as a means to learn more about how to tackle societal challenges. This leads to a crucial role for double-loop learning, which involves modifying the existing norms, policies and objectives. Without double-loop learning, the transition experiments will be constrained in their influence....
master thesis 2020
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