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Molakala Narasimhalu, Vyshnavi (author)
The inception of onion routing in the mid-1990s, evolving into Tor (The Onion Routing) and other anonymous networks, marked a pivotal moment in the quest for internet privacy. However, the emergence of the dark web, facilitated by these networks, has also increased cybercrime activities, necessitating a critical examination of its implications...
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Bal, Lennard (author)
In October 2023 congestion is issued in the HIC Rotterdam. As a result businesses can no longer establish, expand or electrify. A potential solution to free up grid capacity is that of an energy hub. This study evaluates future scenarios for the development of an industrial energy hub by utilising the EMA method. A study is done on the details...
master thesis 2024
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Sanz Gonzalez, Ernesto (author)
Port systems face numerous challenges, including limited storage capacity at terminal yards, congestion in road port access due to overwhelmed infrastructure, and inefficient inter-terminal transportation. Close dry ports, situated between 10-40 km from the port, offer a potential solution, but lack flexible and reliable transport connections...
master thesis 2024
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Shah, Vihaan (author)
This research aims to investigate the cultural and historical significance of Mazagaon and its "bunders" within Mumbai's port area, specifically focusing on the informal economy, communities, and colonial heritage
student report 2024
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Vamvakousi, E. (author), Frithasya Jeniardina Purba, Frithasya (author), Kadys, K. (author), Ham, Nikita (author), Pfisztner, S.A. (author)
Since the Industrial Revolution, fossil fuels, such as coal, oil, and natural gas have provided the vast majority of energy used by our globalising civilisation. The rapid growth in energy use in the past 250 years has led to increasing fossil fuel usage, which has been the primary driver behind the ongoing climate emergency. Policy measures in...
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Agterdenbos, Elena (author), Manshande, Fenne (author), Samuels, Niels (author), Sanchez Cornillot, Romane (author), Theye, Maximilian (author)
Portscapes are one of the most important hubs in the global economic system that facilitate the movement of goods and shape the socio-economic conditions of their surroundings. However, in times of climate change, they face unprec- edented challenges to completely transform their current ways of operating and fully reduce their contribution to a...
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Boersma, Femke (author)
The consequences of climate change are becoming more and more visible. A significant cause of this is CO2 emissions; the shipping sector is responsible for 3% of global CO2 emissions. As a result, the Fourth IMO GHG Study 2020 presents pathways to reduce the GHG emission of the shipping industry by 50% by 2050. Recent IMO goals have overtaken...
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Gopalakrishnan, Aditya (author)
Corporate venturing practices have been one of the most successful practices in terms of shared innovation or leveraging outside talent to further one’s competitive edge in the rapidly growing and evolving industry of technology. Since, technology has been one of the main driving factors in providing solutions for achievement of short term and...
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van Muiden, Thomas (author)
This paper examines the potential for privatising the port of St. Eustatius to achieve self-sustainability through the strategic port planning process. Design criteria were established based on a PESTEL, SWOT, and trend analysis, resulting in the development of four strategies. These strategies include enhancing port resilience, creating a...
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Baptist, V. (author)
This chapter develops a layered analysis of the Schiedamsedijk, Rotterdam’s interwar amusement street. It links the street’s split socio-cultural character to that of port cities in general, and investigates this along the lines of a similar divide in perceptions of safety and security. Based on an historical bird’s-eye view of the pleasure area...
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Savoldi, F. (author)
This article examines the increasingly conflictual relationship between ports and their surrounding communities at a time of wide-reaching infrastructural expansion. It highlights how the centralization of power and logistical gigantism produce deterritorializing frictions, decoupling inhabitants from their territories and creating the...
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Yun, Minghui (author), Yang, Daoguo (author), Cai, Miao (author), Yan, Haidong (author), Yu, Jiabing (author), Liu, Mengyuan (author), He, Siliang (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author)
Metal-oxide-semiconductor field-effect transistors (MOSFETs) undergo fatigue degradation under high thermal and electrical stresses. This process results in changes in their parasitic parameters, which can be detected using frequency domain reflectometry (FDR). Frequency domain impedance analysis is employed to characterize the various...
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Carella, Fabio (author), De Martino, P. (author), Soffietti, Folco (author), Negretto, Vittore (author), Musco, Francesco (author)
The Italian coast has about 700 ports, which are different in typology, dimension, role, and ownership. Historically, this has led to the significant fragmentation of governance and space and a lack of cooperation that ports and cities still experience today. Among all ports, small and medium-sized ports (SMPs), such as marinas, small...
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De Martino, P. (author), Hanna, J.M.K. (author), Hein, C.M. (author)
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De Martino, P. (author), Hanna, J.M.K. (author), Hein, C.M. (author)
Port cities are places at the edge of sea and land, where flows of goods and people create unique spaces, institutions and cultures, often over long periods of time. History matters when it comes to understanding and designing the future of port cities such as the two ancient Mediterranean cities of Beirut and Naples, where institutions and...
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Kirichek, Alex (author), Lovato, S. (author), Ohle, N. (author), ten Brummelhuis, E. (author), Rockx, S. (author), Hupkes, E. (author)
Instead of maintenance dredging, an alternative option for port authorities is to adapt the PIANC's nautical bottom approach. For practical purposes, the nautical bottom is defined as the level at which the fluid mud reaches either a critical density or a critical yield stress (the shear strength). These values generally correspond to a level at...
conference paper 2024
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Sapehri, Arash (author), Kirichek, Alex (author), van den Heuvel, Marcel (author), van Koningsveld, M. (author)
Abstract: Efficient port operations require minimizing turnaround time which is the total duration of a vessel's stay in the port and encompasses waiting, maneuvering, berthing, and de-berthing times. The turnaround time can be reduced by optimizing arrivals and departures, maximizing berth availability, facilitating cargo handling, and...
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Nikghadam, Shahrzad (author), Vanga, R. (author), Rezaei, J. (author), Tavasszy, Lorant (author)
As ports are experiencing heavier traffic, the pressure to improve port call processes is increasing. Port call optimization (PCO) is one of these improvement initiatives, enabling the arrival of vessels to the port just-in-time when the vessel services, like pilotage, towage, and mooring, are all readily available. Otherwise, vessels that...
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De Martino, P. (author)
Over time, a large number of stakeholders have affected the Italian port city of Naples. The millenary history of Naples reveals a port that has been strongly intertwined with the city. Yet, recent history shows a different story. The historical investigation analysed in this article points out a conflict between several different authorities...
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Liu, J. (author), Borja, Pablo (author), Della Santina, C. (author)
This work concerns the application of physics-informed neural networks to the modeling and control of complex robotic systems. Achieving this goal requires extending physics-informed neural networks to handle nonconservative effects. These learned models are proposed to combine with model-based controllers originally developed with first...
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