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Theijse, Bouwe (author)
This research explores the opportunities and limitations of image-based AI tools for industrial design. In collaboration with designers at Royal Gazelle, several tools were tested. AI tools can broaden and speed up the creative processes but also lack control for the user. AI models and designers use different terms to articulate perceptions and...
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Goense, Daniëlle (author)
Cyanobacteria are photosynthetic microorganisms found in a variety of environments, including marine water bodies. Some species are able to perform biomineralization, producing minerals such as calcium carbonate (CaCO3) that may act as biocement. The biomineralization capability of cyanobacteria has already been explored in the development of...
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van der Laan, Femke (author)
This research explores the possibilities of combining additive manufacturing and weaving of textiles to create a novel textile-form. In recent years, additive manufacturing has revolutionized manufacturing processes by enabling the creation of complex three dimensional geometries with precision. Conversely, weaving, a traditional method of...
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de Klerk, Tim (author)
Aalberts Hydronic Flow Control has set the target to reduce their packaging material by 20% in weight by 2025. In this thesis will be looked into, and recommended on this target. In addition to this, the assignment has been established to develop a concept to reduce packaging waste for Aalberts through research on sustainable packaging,...
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Duyts, Sybe (author)
This project focuses on developing a functional wearable prototype that can monitor changes in breathing behaviour by integrating textile sensors. The project was initiated by Mediventic, a healthcare industry start-up aiming to simplify the diagnoses and treatment of Chronic Hyperventilation Syndrome (CHVS) by creating affordable home-use smart...
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Groskamp, Jordan (author)
The fashion industry is facing complex environmental challenges, and a need for change is prevalent for the industry to move towards circular economies. 3D weaving emerges as an innovative approach to garment design and production, allowing for novel processes that capture the opportunities missed by current linear systems. 3D weaving of...
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Lanning, Marte (author)
In a collaborative effort spanning between the Netherlands and Kenya, this project aimed to enhance the livelihoods of smallholder farmers in the Meru region by designing a manual groundnut thresher. Recognising the importance of cultural context, I embarked on a journey guided by a cultural anthropological research approach, placing a strong...
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van Diemen, Bram (author)
This graduation project takes place in Kampala, Uganda, in collaboration with Design without Borders Africa (Dwb).<br/><br/>The aim of the project is threefold:<br/>Create social impact in the domain of value exchange in the public space of Kampala,<br/>Apply the Vision in Product design (ViP) method for the first time in the designer’s career...
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4598865, Nr. (author)
Each year, over 50 million tonnes of electronic waste is generated globally, with the Netherlands averaging more than 20 kg per capita (Compendium voor de Leefomgeving, 2023). The shift from a linear to a circular economy is crucial in addressing this issue, emphasizing the importance of durability and repairability in product design....
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van Zuuk, Art (author)
Cycling, a sport with a rich history, is experiencing rapid growth in popularity (Braeckevelt, 2019). It is known for its numerous health benefits, including reducing cardiovascular risks and obesity (Oja et al., 2011).<br/><br/>Despite being perceived as a low-impact activity, research conducted by Delft University of Technology reveals that...
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Dijkstra, Bas (author)
This research investigates the challenges a user faces in the activation step in shape-changing products. First, previous research on the topic of 4DP is reviewed and important factors are described. Namely, activation temperature, print temperature, print speed, and layer height have a signifi cant impact on the shrinkage...
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Rademaker, Julia (author)
Over the past few decades, there has been a significant increase in the number of professional female athletes. One thing that both professional and amateur athletes can experience is the effects of their hormonal cycles. These hormonal cycles can affect their performance, and in return, their performance can affect their hormonal cycle. However...
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Clercx Lao, Maria Sofia (author)
Healthcare is a major contributor to the negative effects on the environment, leading to adverse effects on the physical and mental health of people globally (IPCC, AR6). The Dutch healthcare sector alone is responsible for 7-8% of the national carbon footprint, 4,2% of total waste and 13% of raw material extraction (Steenmeijer et al. 2022). ...
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Smit, Jason (author)
A prototype for a production method is designed that can facilitate multiple geometries of statically grown bacterial cellulose for one mould. This production method, called CelluShaping, was developed after desktop research on bacterial cellulose. Here, topics regarding the material’s origin, cultural influences, its biological synthesis,...
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Piersma, Jeppe (author)
Coffee, a beverage consumed by nearly every (young) adult on this planet. Black gold, the drink that keeps you awake and gets you through the day. Whatever the occasion, coffee is always there to accompany you. Coffee drinks consumed out of house are most often consumed with the addition of milk foam. The addition of milk fundamentally alters...
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Balboni, Matteo (author)
This research project explores the environmental issue of microplastic pollution, specifically focusing on its release from shoe soles into natural ecosystems. Despite increasing global awareness of microplastics, the particular impact of footwear, especially those used for outdoor activities in natural areas like trail running, has been largely...
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Kroon, Youp (author)
This graduation project presented the development of a new Photovoltaic-Thermal panel (PVT) module design, aimed at addressing sustainability challenges in conventional solar panels. The research focused on improving repairability and recyclability by replacing the standard ethylene-vinyl acetate (EVA) laminate with a liquid encapsulant. This...
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Bhamidi, Sreeniza (author)
User-centric design practice rely on journey maps and personas as a way to communicate user needs to the design team (Lanius et al., 2021). However, journey maps in practice have been found to lack a dimension that could inform designers about intrinsic cognitive needs of the user. This research project aims to address this gap by exploring ways...
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Thomassen, Brent (author)
This project is focused on the development of circular and sustainable playground equipment (PE), as the Netherlands and its municipalities have set targets to become a Circular Economy in 2050. Furthermore, the PE should also encourage children to play outside more and engage in physical exercise. The reason for this being that children in the...
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Kljaić, Korina (author)
The thesis focuses on creating a solution aimed at reducing suffering in earthquake prone regions. The research done resulted in the development of Embrace, a wearable communication device designed to alleviate human suffering during seismic events in seismically active regions like Zagreb. Commencing with an exploration of challenges faced by...
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