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García Grez, Felipe (author)
The integrated management of river catchments is a challenge to be addressed by many water authorities, where some of them even today do not yet incorporate the aquifers’ status in decision-making. This situation has led to the depletion of many aquifers, deeply affecting the drinking water supply, agriculture, and industries. This challenge is...
master thesis 2023
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Verbist, Flore (author)
The electrification of all sectors is essential to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. In terms of mobility, many nations around the globe envisage a zero-emission fleet resulting in a massive deployment of Electric Vehicles (EV). Nevertheless, this goes hand-in-hand with some challenges related to congestion and voltage problems in power grids...
master thesis 2022
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Charitidou, Maria (author), Keviczky, T. (author)
Multiple robots are increasingly being considered in a variety of tasks requiring continuous surveillance of a dynamic area, examples of which are environmental monitoring, and search and rescue missions. Motivated by these applications, in this paper we consider the multi-robot persistent coverage control problem over a grid environment. The...
journal article 2022
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Damianakis, Nikos (author)
With the current urge around the globe for switching to “green energy” and Renewable Energy Sources (RES) utilization, the electrification of the transportation sector has become a necessity. While the emerging Electric Vehicles (EVs) can provide several benefits to the power grid, such as voltage and frequency regulation and power quality...
master thesis 2021
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Vas-Corrales, Alejandro (author), Nguyen, Phuong (author), Vergara Barrios, P.P. (author), Schoot, Wouter (author), Soder, Lennart (author)
The power grid is rapidly experiencing a transformation driven by renewable and climate targets which pose a huge challenge to maintain the system stability and reliability, thus balancing services become more crucial now than ever. To provide balancing services in a cost-efficient way, it is necessary to develop predictive models which can...
conference paper 2021
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Berndt, Alexander (author)
In this thesis we consider multiple Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs) navigating a common workspace to fulfill intralogistics tasks, typically formulated as the Multi-Agent Path Finding (MAPF) problem. To keep plan execution deadlock-free, one approach is to construct an Action Dependency Graph (ADG) which encodes the ordering of AGVs as they...
master thesis 2020
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Putter, Yvo (author)
In The Netherlands, the current heat energy system accounts for 44% of the primary energy usage and relies almost entirely on fossil fuels such as natural gas. To meet the Paris Climate Agreement goals, 4th Generation District Heating (4GDH) networks are expected as sustainable heat energy system solution. The concept relies on optimally...
master thesis 2018
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Santos, Bruno F. (author), Wormer, M.M.E.C. (author), Achola, T.A.O. (author), Curran, R. (author)
This paper deals with the Airline Delay Management Problem (ADMP), which can be described as the task of dealing with daily airline operational delays and deciding whether to delay subsequent flights at a hub airport or to have them departing on time. An innovative integer linear programming approach is presented to the capacitated case of...
journal article 2017
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Liu, S. (author)
In Model Predictive Control (MPC) for traffic networks, traffic models are crucial since they are used as prediction models for determining the optimal control actions. In order to reduce the computational complexity of MPC for traffic networks, macroscopic traffic models are often used instead of microscopic traffic models. These macroscopic...
doctoral thesis 2016
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Van Duijkeren, N.J. (author)
The so-called A-double long heavy vehicle combination is a 32 meter long and up to 80 tonnes heavy double-trailer truck widely used in Canada and Australia today, and will be more abundant on the road also in Europe in the near future. They have the potential to decrease road transport cost, traffic congestion and generate lower emissions than...
master thesis 2014
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Keviczky, T. (author), Borelli, F. (author), Fregene, K. (author), Godbole, D. (author), Bals, G.J. (author)
This paper describes the application of a novel methodology for high-level control and coordination of autonomous vehicle teams and its demonstration on high-fidelity models of the organic air vehicle developed at Honeywell Laboratories. The scheme employs decentralized receding horizon controllers that reside on each vehicle to achieve...
journal article 2008
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