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Pieruzzi, Alessandro (author)
The Eastern Nile Basin is a highly populated region dealing with inadequate energy systems and water scarcity issues. Moreover, its population is expected to increase in the following decades, leading to even higher electricity and water demands. <br/>In order to sustainably meet this demands and guarantee access to electricity and water for all...
master thesis 2024
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Straathof, Judith (author)
Water scarcity is a serious issue on many smaller islands, with population growth and the predicted impacts of climate change as driving factors. Bonaire is a small island located in the Caribbean Sea that has rural areas without grid connections to electricity and water. Agriculture, both livestock and hobby crop farming, in the Punta Blanku...
student report 2023
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Wiersma, Guus (author)
In this study, suitable rainwater harvesting techniques are investigated for smallholder farmers in northern Ghana, in order to reduce the impact of dry spells during the growing season. Dry spells and water shortage during the growing season have a negative impact on food production in northern Ghana, where 95% of the farms are rainfed. A...
master thesis 2023
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de Vries, David (author)
Ethiopia’s energy demand is expected to increase sevenfold in the coming 30 years, resulting in increased variable renewable electricity (VRE) production by solar PV and wind. Energy storage acts as a buffer that mitigates the effects of over- or under-capacity in production by VRE. With 97% of global bulk energy storage, pumped hydro storage is...
master thesis 2023
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García Grez, Felipe (author)
student report 2022
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Mittapalli, Srilekha (author)
With increasing pressure on natural water resources, wastewater is gradually being considered as a potential source for potable water. Current WWTPs are designed for the removal of parameters like solids, nutrients, organic matter, and pathogens. For achieving a high-quality effluent, that enables reuse, it is important to also address the...
master thesis 2021
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Stampoultzidis, Alexis (author)
This thesis is the first attempt in modeling Sennacherib’s (Neo-Assyrian king) colossal watercourse networks, with its main goal to uncover their hypothetical functionalities and operation, regarding irrigation needs and harvest yield production. Their total length surpasses 150 Km and was completed in four stages, with lack of data forcing...
master thesis 2021
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de Lange, Robbert (author)
Urban climate adaptation is generally attained --- in a hydrological perspective -- by implementing stormwater management techniques, such as grey, blue and green adaptation measures. Implementing such multi-functional adaptation measures touches on the interests of many stakeholders who need to work together to find resilient and suiting...
master thesis 2021
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