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Draude, Sabrina (author), Keedwell, Ed (author), Kapelan, Z. (author), Hiscock, Rebecca (author)
Effective functioning of sewer systems is critical for the everyday life of people in the urban environment. This is achieved, among other things, by the means of regular, planned maintenance of these systems. A large water utility would normally have several maintenance teams (or crews) at their disposal who can perform related jobs at...
journal article 2022
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Panichella, A. (author)
A key idea in many-objective optimization is to approximate the optimal Pareto front using a set of representative non-dominated solutions. The produced solution set should be close to the optimal front (convergence) and well-diversified (diversity). Recent studies have shown that measuring both convergence and diversity depends on the shape (or...
conference paper 2022
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van Dijk, Jurian (author)
Compliant mechanisms have found their way in more and more applications in recent years, particularly in the aerospace and microsystems sectors. The benefits of compliant mechanisms stretch far, and can be exploited for large scale applications as well. Little research has been performed on the use of compliant mechanisms in large scale...
student report 2021
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Klaassen, Roos (author)
The growing import of illegal products in the Netherlands via container ships causes increased violence, addiction, and tax evasion in the Dutch society. With the current criminal detection practices the Dutch National Police and Dutch Customs do not manage to intercept the majority of the illegal shipments. The resources used by the Dutch...
master thesis 2021
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Reggiani, G. (author), van Oijen, T.P. (author), Hamedmoghadam, Homayoun (author), Daamen, W. (author), Vu, Hai L. (author), Hoogendoorn, S.P. (author)
A fully separated bicycle network from vehicular traffic is not realistic even for the most bicycle-friendly cities. Thus, all around the world urban cycling entails switching between streets of different safety, convenience, and comfort levels. As a consequence, the quality of bicycle networks should be evaluated not based on one but multiple...
journal article 2021
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Prasing, Sean (author)
The structural properties of a composite laminate can be tailored by allowing the fibres to vary their orientation within the individual plies. This class of composites is termed variable stiffness and they are able to enhance the structural performance over traditional laminates by redistributing the internal load of the structure. Therefore,...
master thesis 2020
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Borst, Luke (author)
Inefficiency in trucking has both economical and ecological consequences. In literature, horizontal collaboration is identified as one of the most promising solutions to this problem. However, collaboration is not often encountered in trucking industry, since carriers are hesitant to join collaborations. This is caused by a fear of sharing...
master thesis 2020
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Alves, Alida (author), Vojinovic, Zoran (author), Kapelan, Z. (author), Sanchez, Arlex (author), Gersonius, Berry (author)
Climate change is presenting one of the main challenges to our planet. In parallel, all regions of the world are projected to urbanise further. Consequently, sustainable development challenges will be increasingly concentrated in cities. A resulting impact is the increment of expected urban flood risk in many areas around the globe....
journal article 2020
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van Grootheest, Ivar (author)
The maritime emission regulations and incentives require and motivate the selection of different types of energy systems, fuels, and abatement options. In early-stage ship design, the design space of possible combinations can be significant. Therefore, a selection tool has been developed to find the most satisfactory combination of abatement...
master thesis 2019
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Kounaki, Stamatia (author)
The refurbishment of the Dutch post- war residential building stock provides a great potential for energy and CO2 emissions savings, since a large number of buildings were built before 1975 and under low or no energy standards. However, their refurbishment and especially zero-on-the-meter, is too expensive and it is not possible to find the...
master thesis 2019
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Nikolić, Momir (author)
The computational optimisation process have been used in the structural design for long time now. Even though it occasionally appears in architectural practice, it has not yet been completely developed and its full potential has not yet been recognised.<br/><br/>In order to further explore the potential of computational optimisation in...
master thesis 2019
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Farrokhzadeh, S. (author), Abraham, E. (author), Ertsen, M.W. (author)
poster 2019
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Menke, Ruben (author), Kadehjian, K (author), Abraham, E. (author), Stoianov, Ivan (author)
For electricity grids with an increasing share of intermittent renewables, the power generation mix can have significant daily variations. This leads to time-dependent emission intensities and volatile electricity prices in the day-ahead and spot market tariffs that can be better utilised by energy intensive industries such as water supply...
journal article 2017
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Koonath Surendran, S. (author)
This thesis investigates the development and application of a computational tool that optimises the conceptual stage design of a building to have minimum embodied energy and some aspects of the operating energy, depending on the adaptability required. For this purpose, a parametric computational framework for sustainable building design was...
master thesis 2014
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Janssen, P. (author)
Designers interested in applying evo-devo-design methods for performance based multi-objective design exploration have typically faced two main hurdles: it’s too hard and too slow. An evo-devo-design method is proposed that effectively overcomes the hurdles of skill and speed by leveraging two key technologies: computational workflows and cloud...
conference paper 2013
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Looye, G.H.N. (author)
The design of flight control laws (FCLs) for automatic and manual (augmented) control of aircraft is a complicated task. FCLs have to fulfil large amounts of performance criteria and must work reliably in all flight conditions, for all aircraft configurations, and in adverse weather conditions. Consequently, a large part of the FCL design...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Clarich, A. (author), Carlo, P. (author), Valentino, P. (author)
This presentation deals with industrial applications, in aeronautic and turbomachinery fields, of multi-objective and robust design optimisation, through the utilisation of the multi-objective optimisation and design environment modeFrontier. This code allows the easy process integration of any CAD/CAE commercial tool, and drives the designer in...
conference paper 2006
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