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de Grijff, Danny (author)
The ever-growing demand for high-performance materials and more functional 3D printing has raised tremendous interest in advancing Multi-Material Additive Manufacturing (MMAM). Developing C-FRTP 3D printing through FDM Technology opens new scalable FRP solutions. These components possess exceptional properties such as specific strength,...
master thesis 2024
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Trotta, Luca (author)
High-frequency combustion instabilities represent the main technical risk faced by design engineers when developing new chemical rocket propulsion systems. Such instabilities are driven by the coupling between the flames’ heat release rate and the combustion chamber’s acoustic field. As such, they can only be assessed during detailed design...
master thesis 2023
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Hermans, Sebastiaan (author)
In this thesis, a proof of concept was established for the use of a novel coupled QM-MD approach to modelling metallic (copper) electrode-electrolyte interfaces. SCC-DFTB calculations of the instantaneous electronic structure of a copper electrode were coupled to a classical MD simulation of an electrode-electrolyte interface. The applied QM-MD...
master thesis 2022
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Bärlocher, Desirée (author)
Cocoa production plays a significant role in global tree cover and biodiversity loss. Amid rising concerns over its role in environmental degradation, agroforestry has emerged as a potential solution to satisfy growing global demand for cocoa in a climate-smart and sustainable way. As a shade tolerant crop, there has been much discussion over...
master thesis 2021
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Yépez Calderón, Andrés (author)
Energetic materials have widespread applicability in various fields of engineering as propellants, explosives, and pyrotechnics. The Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO) is investigating additive manufacturing of solid propellants. As part of this investigation, TNO developed a new polymer binder mix for solid...
master thesis 2021
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Kemp, Linda (author)
Hydro-elasticity is important in the evaluation of a category of wave energy converters (WEC). In this paper, the hydro-elastic response of a bulge wave energy converter is examined by the implementation of a two-dimensional potential theory. The numerical implementation of the Frank Close-Fit method (FCFM) defines hydrodynamic coefficients and...
master thesis 2019
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