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Lyu, Yixin (author)
Parkstad is now facing urban shrinkage. The development of biomass probably can provide a change to this region. Therme Biomass, as a power station, will produce energy and resource to Parkstad. Integration with bath center will attract guests to come here and know more knowledge about this renewable energy and technologies. In this case, the...
master thesis 2019
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Kuperus, Marianne (author)
Hot-dip galvanizing is a well-known process to increase the corrosion resistance of steel. As a by-product dross is formed in the Zn-bath. The dross particles are composed of Fe, Al and Zn in the form of Fe2Al5Znx and interact with the hardware that is submerged in the Zn-bath and eventually accumulate on the surface of the hardware. This...
master thesis 2018
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Del Grandi, Isabella (author)
This graduation project is the result of the ambition of generating a public intervention in an extremely complex and challenging environment, translating in a space of mediation between different - social and morphological - realities, able to embrace urban fact in all its facets and contradictions.
master thesis 2017
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Grace, C.L. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Koppendraaier, D.A. (author)
The assignment of the graduation studio of Complex Projects is the rehabilitation and redesign or strategy of the now empty South Chicago (Illinois, USA) South Works site. The U.S. Steel’s South Works which was located there used to provide for work in the area, but after closure in 1992, the area started to decay. The lack of programmatic and...
master thesis 2014
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Rocchi, G. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Malkamy, M. (author)
The “Day-Dreamy bath” project is a graduation project for Master Design for Interaction, at Delft University of Technology. This project was conducted for GROHE SPA, a manufacturer of bath products, in Germany. The report focuses on how emotional aspects of bath product usage and the experience created by using them can be used in the future...
master thesis 2014
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Simon, M.L. (author)
The main concept of the design is to consider the thermal baths, and pools like the “public void”. Therefore the Bathyard proposes a gradient of 'publicness' using baths as a mean for interactions between the visitors and the inhabitants. More precisely, the building offers a public plinths of Thermal Baths and Pools, inhabiting the courtyard of...
master thesis 2014
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Nadareishvili, N. (author)
Understanding the importance of the relationships between the neighborhoods along the Golden Horn with the actual waterfront was the reason to explore the ways to redefine this degenerated connection. The disconnection is the result of Istanbul’s XXth century industrialization, when the city walls were demolished to construct a highway between...
master thesis 2013
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Henny, F.L. (author)
This graduation project was focussed on further development of a new bathing practice, more precisely, a product embodiment that facilitates bathing practices. It comprises of a height-adjustable washbasin fixed to a wall-mounted unit. A heating appliance has been integrated into the product as to increase the comfort for users and to make the...
master thesis 2013
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Knupfer, L. (author)
When showering, needs of comfort and wellbeing are increasingly valued in the North-Western European culture. However these needs also result in an increase of water and energy consumption. The challenge within this project lies in designing an alternative bathing practice that consumes less water and energy and fits to the lifestyle of North...
master thesis 2011
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Esselink, J.S. (author)
master thesis 2011
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Eichenbrenner, M.J.J. (author)
Despite the lack of attention, the bath cart is one of the most frequently used products in the daily care of disabled or geriatric elderly. It is used for transporting immobile patients to the bathroom and supporting basic hygiene routines. A company that sells these medical devices is the Medsorg GmbH. Founded in 2003, it established itself...
master thesis 2011
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Karakat, H. (author)
Today, showering is the most common bathing practice in Europe. It has the highest water consumption in a household (around 100 litres, for 8min shower). Unlike technological developments to improve eco-efficiency of existing products, this project introduces alternative ways (alternative to showering) of bathing that are less resource intensive...
master thesis 2009
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Jakuc, M.M. (author)
Problem statement: Historically, water had been extracted from some of Cuba’s major aquifers at a higher rate than they were recharged, but in recent years the pace of water extraction appears to have intensified. Surface waters diverted into man-made reservoirs can interfere with the natural recharge of aquifers. High evaporation rates from...
master thesis 2009
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Struik, P. (author)
In het eerste hoofdstuk van dit rapport wordt aandacht besteed aan de historie van de Deltawerken en een algemene terreinverkenning uitgevoerd. De Oosterschelde-problematiek neemt hierbij een belangrijke plaats in; de discussie omtrent een open of een afgesloten bekken en de verschillende milieu-aspecten komen aan de orde. Dit mondt uit in een...
master thesis 1982
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Schaart, J. (author)
In verband met het onderzoek naar de eventuele gevolgen voor wat betreft de sedimentatie van het Noordelijk Bekken, dat zal ontstaan na voltooing van de bochtafsnijding in de Westerschelde nabij Bath, is in het onderhavige onderzoek een berekeningsmethode ontwikkeld waarmee zand- en slibconcentraties in getijstromen kunnen worden berekend. In...
master thesis 1976
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