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Tsetas, A. (author)
The ambitious goals towards the decarbonization of the global energy sector have amplified the demand for renewable energy resources. Amongst the renewables, offshore wind possesses a pivotal role in this endeavour, showcasing remarkable growth in recent years. However, this rapid expansion has been accompanied by a series of technical...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Tsetas, A. (author), Tsouvalas, A. (author), Metrikine, A. (author)
In this paper, the characteristics of the induced ground motion are studied for two pile installation methods. Specifically, the classical axial vibratory driving is compared with the Gentle Driving of Piles (GDP) method, to investigate the effect of high-frequency torsional excitation in the soil response. For that purpose, a non-linear 3-D...
conference paper 2023
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Schut, Gerwin (author)
The prediction of structural vibrations in vibration sensitive laboratory structures is a complex problem involving computationally heavy 3D models with long computational times. However, in the early design phases of a project long computational times are undesirable. Therefore the problem statement of this Master thesis concerns the...
master thesis 2019
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Đilas, Luka David (author)
Offshore wind has achieved many milestones considering this relatively new and emerging industry. Its huge advancement is mostly driven by lowering the overall project cost and renewable energy targets which are set by the EU. One of the potential cost savers can be found in the foundation structure design in which the monopiles are the most...
master thesis 2018
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Jolink, Chris (author)
When modelling a structure-soil system, interaction stresses at the interface of the structure and the surface of soil layer influence the dynamic behaviour of the system. These interaction stresses are not accounted for in many simplified models that evaluate the behaviour of the soil layer and the structure separately. Modelling a fully...
student report 2017
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Kaltsas, D. (author)
The pressuremeter test is one of the most popular in-situ soil testing methods. Developed in the 1950s in France, the test has evolved throughout the past decades and was built into a cone resulting in a cone pressuremeter device (CPM). A proposed extension of the test involves time dependent pressurisation of the device resulting in wave...
master thesis 2016
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Reuver, G. (author)
Urban areas in the Netherlands are expending rapidly and civilization is squeezed onto a decreasing space. As a result building projects intent to be located very close to adjacent constructions leading to potential risk damaging these structures. Especially structures that are constructed within the subsurface, like cables and ducts, require...
master thesis 2016
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Christophe, J.J.B. (author)
The static bearing capacity of most driven piles in The Netherlands is derived using a preinstallation method based on soil parameters. As a result of recent research the reliability of this method decreases; As a result different calculations might become attractive. A method widely used abroad is a Dynamic Load Test(DLT) to calculate the...
master thesis 2014
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Cornejo Córdova, C.J. (author)
A study of elastic wave motion in a dissipative medium, generated by surface forces is carried out in the present thesis. The main characteristic of the medium considered here, is that the dissipation of energy due to dynamic loads is not linearly proportional to the frequency. The purpose of this study is to describe the dynamic analysis of...
doctoral thesis 2002
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Daghigh, Y. (author)
doctoral thesis 1993
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