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Castiel Reis de Souza, A. (author), Elisiário de Carvalho, Darlan Karlo (author), de Moura Cavalcante, Túlio (author), Licapa Contreras, Fernando Raul (author), Edwards, Michael G. (author), Lyra, Paulo Roberto Maciel (author)
A novel Flux Limited Splitting (FLS) non-linear Finite Volume (FV) method for families of linear Control Volume Distributed Multi Point Flux Approximation (CVD-MPFA) schemes is presented. The new formulation imposes a local discrete maximum principal (LDMP) which ensures that the discrete solution is free of spurious oscillations. The FLS scheme...
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Gzyl, Stefan (author)
This article examines the caretaking practices of vacant domestic spaces amid a migratory crisis and generalized collapse. Caracas is conceptualized as a ‘city of aftermath’, where the material residues of modernity are reconfigured in response to the logic of crisis and the needs of migrants, re-signifying spaces and extending their life...
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Yaakoub, Mohamed (author)
Aero engines are critical components in aviation, relying on thermodynamics to convert fuel energy into thrust. Maintenance of these engines constitutes a significant portion of operational costs. Gas path analysis (GPA) is essential for engine health management, relying on performance modeling to simulate engine operations accurately. This...
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Torbica, Angelina (author)
Sao Paulo, Brazil, a megacity home to 22.4 million inhabitants as of 2022 has “one of the most inequitable distributions of wealth in the world” (Caldeira 1996, 303). In the various districts, the inequality either shouts or whispers its presence. An open city, where the street-scape is the backdrop for social convergence, segregates itself in...
master thesis 2023
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Borg, Jonathan (author)
Double-strand break (DSB) repair is a critical cellular process which repairs breaks in both strands of the DNA double helix. Different repair mechanisms are tasked with repairing such breaks. Predicting deficiencies in repair mechanisms has been widely used for therapeutic purposes, such as targeting cancer cells that have specific DNA repair...
master thesis 2023
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de la Cruz Gonzalez, BORJA DE LA (author)
This graduation project delves into the use of Additive Manufacturing (AM) to produce spare parts through a case study of vacuum cleaners. Waste from Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE), including products like vacuum cleaners, challenges the European Union’s (EU) sustainability goals. In 2020 alone, the EU collected an estimated 12.4...
master thesis 2023
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Jonk, Silke (author)
The circular economy is becoming an increasingly popular framework, guiding policymakers and practitioners toward sustainable resource management and economic development. While the concept is promising in providing guidelines toward the efficient use of resources and waste minimalization, circular economy implementation is criticized for its...
master thesis 2023
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Hooijschuur, Stijn (author)
This research aim was to design a centralised model that redefines definitions, standardises maintenance by categorisation, and reduces waste by introducing new slot lengths, leading to an equilibrium between flights and maintenance. This equilibrium enhances the airline’s capacity to manage maintenance efficiently and ensures greater uptime....
master thesis 2023
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Hepsaydir, Leyla (author)
This research is rooted in defining the marginlands of Istanbul; comprised of the city’s backstages, cracks, and fissures. It proposes an intervention along the historic margins of the city’s Land Walls, now swallowed by urban sprawl and existing as an interstitial inner-city threshold. The lands of such margins harbour an air of latency, having...
master thesis 2023
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Bahlmann, Job (author)
This project aims to develop an easy-to-use method to (re)design products for ease of disassembly and subsequently for circular strategies, such as repair, refurbish, remanufacture, etc. Improving repairability is one of the first steps in decreasing the environmental impact of products by prolonging their technical lifespan. This thesis focuses...
master thesis 2023
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Rademakers, Max (author)
Action is working on sustainability in social compliance, materials, packaging and circularity but they still have a long way to go in becoming circular. The European Union is taking steps towards a circular economy with the New Circular Economy Action plan, The Green Deal and the Right to Repair. Countries and companies are taking measures...
master thesis 2023
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van den Wildenberg, Louise (author)
This project focuses on the development of a novel surgical tool designed to facilitate internal tissue closure in minimally invasive surgery, specifically targeting mesenteric defect closures during Gastric Bypass procedures. <br/>The tool incorporates innovative staples and barbed sutures, distinct from conventional methods and existing market...
master thesis 2023
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Kim, Cherin (author)
As autonomous systems are increasingly integrated as a team member for collaborative tasks, trust in human-agent teams (HAT) becomes crucial to foster success. In many real world scenarios, trust violations are expected, thus demanding the use of trust repair strategies to restore damaged trust. Previous research has shown that expressing regret...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Marcu, Alexandra (author)
Intelligent agents are increasingly required to engage in collaboration with humans in the context of human-agent teams (HATs) to achieve shared goals. Interdependence is a fundamental concept in teamwork. It enables humans and robots to leverage their capabilities and collaboratively work towards a shared goal, fostering the development of...
bachelor thesis 2023
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Tanahashi, Kanta (author)
Nowadays, Human Autonomy Teams (HATs) are incorporated in many fields, where humans and autonomous agents work collaboratively to combine their capabilities with the ultimate goal of performing tasks more efficiently. In such environments, it is imperative to sustain a high level of trust between the agents as collaboration is not possible...
bachelor thesis 2023
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de Jager, Douwe (author)
The building industry waste and transportation can be reduced by reclaiming building components. Building 22, Applied Physics on the Campus of TU Delft can be transformed into student housing and public functions by using reclaimed building components of the existing building, in order to achieve the environmental ambitions of the TU Delft and...
master thesis 2023
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de Vreede, Anna (author)
Context <br/>The amount of electronic waste keeps growing, half of which is white goods. In the meantime a transition from gas hobs to induction hobs is taking place. Induction hob have a shorter lifetime and contain more valuable materials. As a consequence, the induction hob e-waste will increase significantly. <br/><br/>To prevent a further...
master thesis 2023
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van Ginkel, Amber (author)
The mobility world is changing due to demographic transformations, sustainability challenges, and technological advancements. Consumers and governments seek sustainable and inclusive mobility solutions that cause less environmental strain, less noise pollution, and safer traffic. The mobility solutions must combine into a coherent platform for...
master thesis 2023
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Kruit, Vincent (author)
master thesis 2023
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Ray, Snigdha (author)
The Old Pinakothek, with its progressive concept, became a model for many 19th -century museums. Completed in 1846, by Leo von Klenze, the structure was severely damaged post-war. Its first restoration plans included a complete tear-down and a new master plan. Hans Döllgast fought for its preservation and state of history, adding a method of...
student report 2023
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