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van Houten, Irene (author)
Museums are often believed to be aimed at adults, yet museums specifically aimed at children are becoming more common, and most museums attempt to cater not only to adults, but to their younger visitors as well. Museum Prinsenhof Delft is one such museum. This report presents the process of creating a new experience aimed at families, who come...
master thesis 2019
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Noortman, Falko (author)
In Groningen, seismic activity has increased due to the extraction of gas in the area. A large-scale research campaign has been launched with the aim to assess and safeguard structures in the region. However, an accurate assessment of these buildings turned out to be a challenge, due to the nonlinear behaviour of the masonry and the dynamic...
master thesis 2019
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Franssen, Rogier (author)
Image Revealed, Extracted, Mounted, Expressed (2019) forms the culmination of an inquiry into the ways in which artistic methods of working can be used in the process of architectonic design. This project derives from a search for authentically representing the past in the architectonic object. Specifically, this project explores ways of...
master thesis 2019
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Xu, Tianqi (author)
In the recent years, increasing induced seismic activities have been observed in the northern part of the Netherlands due to gas extraction. These seismic events may cause severe damages to the building stock in this area, which is mainly composed of unreinforced masonry (URM) buildings not designed to withstand seismic loads. An extensive...
master thesis 2018
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Ştefănescu, Ecaterina (author)
Imagining the ruins of a Roman bathhouse on a forgotten river site in Maastricht, the project reflects on the idea of authenticity and manipulation of history in architecture. The building is imagined as a ruin and reflects on the role of ruins in architecture and how the roman ritual of bathing can be interpreted in contemporary times. The new...
master thesis 2018
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Işik, Firat (author)
There is a rich history of mankind’s relation with nature which is still used as a framework in today’s architecture. The framework is built on the fact modern structures are still able to awaken emotions from the past. In ancient times survival has been different compared to modern times. Man survived with whatever it could gather in the direct...
master thesis 2018
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Sircar, Piyali (author)
In this project I demonstrate how the world could have been different by portraying alternate historical realities, centered around food, to stimulate my audience to think about the choices they have in the present. The objective is to empower my audience to make mindful food choices today. The final outcome of this project is four stories and...
master thesis 2018
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Reerink, Ayla (author)
Simulation to predict the well and reservoir performance is a very important and established process in reservoir engineering. Integrated production modeling allows improving the understanding of the field’s performance and production network, fluid flow behavior and optimization at any stage and level during the life of the field through...
master thesis 2018
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Milan, Giovanni (author)
In the Groningen province, situated in the northern part of the Netherlands, a large natural gas field was discovered in 1959 and in 1964 the gas extraction started. Due to the gas extraction in the Groningen area, undesired induced earthquakes are generated. The strongest earthquake registered to date was in 2012, 3.6 of the Richter scale. Not...
master thesis 2017
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Streefkerk, Jelske (author)
master thesis 2017
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Kortleve, Malou (author)
Formiliar is digital a tool with which users can explore artworks by completing challenges, all focussing on visual elements in paintings. The main aim of the application is to encourage users to look closely at the paintings and to familiarise with them visually. Through multiple challenges users will look at the way elements, such as colour or...
master thesis 2017
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Neelakantan, Prashanth (author)
The oil industry is a high risk high reward venture. The capital and operating expenses runs into tens of millions of dollars with oil production being the primary source of revenue. During the initial development phase of the field, few wells are completed. Data collection during this period verifies assumptions made during the modelling phase...
master thesis 2017
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Tol, Eric (author)
Research into what factors have influenced the Battery Electric Vehicle adoption rate difference in Norway and Sweden.
master thesis 2017
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Bruyn, Tim (author)
This report is a discussion of the 1984 report 'An automatic proof procedure for several geometries' by Th. Bruyn and H.L. Claasen, inspired by a personal desire to understand the work of Th. Bruyn. See: http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:b768c6ce-f625-4236-9b0b-32a47fab143e
Bruyn and Claasen prove that certain true propositions of the theory...
bachelor thesis 2017
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van Klink, Bram (author)
master thesis 2017
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Macarulla Rodriguez, Andrea (author)
Google Location History Timeline could be used in the future to track mobile devices of users with a Google account. The Department of Forensic Digital Technology in the Netherlands Forensic Institute might consider using it as available data for evidence in its investigations. A part of this research is to assess the accuracy of the locations...
master thesis 2017
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van Wijnbergen, E.C.M. (author)
The traditional brick masonry houses in the Kathmandu valley of Nepal are highly vulnerable to seismic excitations, due to their low-strength masonry material and the lack of sufficient connections. Research is needed on how to make these houses more earthquake resistant; preferably without interfering with the original architecture. Tying the...
master thesis 2016
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Yap, F.K. (author)
master thesis 2016
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Van de Wetering, R.G. (author)
Vertical fluid oscillations have experimentally been shown to retard solid particles from settling at their terminal settling velocity. Using non-uniform fluid oscillations it even showed possible to make particles hover or rise against gravity. Non-uniform fluid oscillations are defined as sawtooth-like wave shapes, whereas uniform oscillations...
master thesis 2016
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Sionti, E. (author)
master thesis 2016
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