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Plooij, M.C. (author)
Since the industrial revolution, machines have taken over many tasks from humans, increasing labor productivity and prosperity. In the 20th century, the introduction of robots created a second wave of automation, increasing the labor productivity even further. In order to create a third wave of automation, it is necessary to develop a new...
doctoral thesis 2015
Schwab, A.L. (author), Kooijman, J.D.G. (author)
The goal of the Human Power Team from the TU Delft and the Free University of Amsterdam is to break the world speed record in unpaced cycling (Sam Whittingham, 133.28 km/h). The design of such a faired recumbent bicycle is a challenge. The Delft design, called VeloX (Human Power Team (2013)), is a fully-faired monocoque front-driven recumbent...
conference paper 2014
Alvarez Cabrera, A.A. (author)
Design activities, including control design, are becoming increasingly difficult due to a corresponding increase in product and product development complexity. Model-based (or driven) engineering, development and design have become common concepts related to modern complex product development practices. However, it is argued here that currently...
doctoral thesis 2011