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Schokkin, Marije (author)
The intensive care unit (ICU) is a special department of the hospital that admits critically ill patients who need intensive monitoring, supporting, and/or take-over of one or more of their vital functions. The patients are monitored and supported by medical equipment as well as a team of intensivists, nurses and other medical staff members 24/7...
master thesis 2019
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Kurpershoek, Thijs (author)
Visitors who return from a festival experience an empty feeling combined with fatigue. In this thesis, this experience is called the void. An established psychological phenomenon called the Peak-End rule describes how events are judged by both their peaks, be they positive or negative, and their ends. The end of festivals is now often perceived...
master thesis 2019
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Ergin, Mert (author)
The thesis project is aimed at designing an unobtrusive method to find the obstruction location and severity for patients who are not diagnosed with Obstructive sleep apnea, during their non-sedated sleep using simple recording devices within uncontrolled environment. Similar to speech generation, which is enabled by opening and closing of the...
master thesis 2018
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Vlachaki, Evgenia (author)
BSB Valpo is a project for the revitalization of Valparaíso’s coastline. It is a new hub for listening, dialogue, and recreation showcasing the work of local communities, artists, craftsmen and performers within a haptic landscape open to public exploration.

The scheme was developed through looking at the site from several aspects,...
master thesis 2018
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de Beer, Michael (author)
To listen and to make a noise, as sonic acts, formed the premise of the project. Continuing a lineage of inquiry of human conduct that is underpinned by the notion that humans engage in purposeful behaviour; the sonic act in the field of architecture questions how people behave sonically in their environments. The importance of this spatial...
master thesis 2018
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Mehmood, Umair (author)
A first step in designing aircraft with optimal sound is the development of a module that is able to assess noise in a sophisticated way, which is the exact goal of this research. In this research the Audio Assessment Module (AAM) is completed with the addition of tonality, roughness and fluctuation strength. The AAM is now able to assess sound...
master thesis 2018
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Schuringa, Gilles (author)
This thesis focuses on the utilisation of additive manufacturing (AM) technologies for the production of accordions. The goal is to reduce the man hours required in the production and repair of the instrument. The client, Pigini Nederland, currently produces a small accordion for children and adults: the MiniMouse. This instrument is sold for...
master thesis 2018
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Kasteel, Elisabeth (author)
This thesis investigates the important physical processes related to underwater sound propagation due to offshore pile driving with the first commercial and numerical model called the Underwater Acoustic Simulator (UAS). To make adequately use of noise mitigation measures during offshore wind projects and to protect marine life the prediction of...
master thesis 2018
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Dwars, Martijn (author)
Testing is the most commonly used technique for raising confidence in the correctness of a piece of software, but constructing an effective test suite is expensive and prone to error. Property-based testing partly automates this process by testing whether a property holds for all randomly generated inputs, but its effectiveness depends upon the...
master thesis 2018
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Vlemmix, Christian (author)
Since both the aircraft and wind energy sectors are experiencing rapid growth, improvements must be made in terms of noise reduction as to enable growth whilst fulfilling the restrictions on noise pollution. An open-section vertical wind tunnel with an anechoic test chamber has recently been constructed at the Delft University of Technology, in...
master thesis 2017
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Nederstigt, Pim (author)
A generalized isentropic gas model is derived following earlier work by Kouremenos et al. in the 1980s, by replacing the traditional adiabatic exponent γ by the real exponents γPv, γTv, and γPT, describing the isentropic pressure-volume, temperature-volume, and pressure-temperature relations respectively. The real adiabatic exponents are...
master thesis 2017
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Dash, Amitosh (author)
People living or working close to the highways are at risk to higher exposure levels of different air pollutants, one of which is particulate matter. The Antea group has recently proposed the addition of Electrostatic Precipitators (or ESPs) on the top of sound barriers adjacent to highways, in order to capture the particulate matter and safely...
master thesis 2017
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van der Werf, Bas (author)
This graduation project started as a continuation of an earlier design project. The design team Bdot, a group of students from the TU Delft, made a concept design for the company Merford. After the success of the Bdot concept, Merford was inspired to continue development further to a high fidelity prototype or even production. The open workspace...
master thesis 2017
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de Jong, Luciën (author)
This report contains the process and relevant outcomes of the graduationproject “Interior design of the new VDL Futura travel coach”. Generally,this report is divided into four phases: an analysis phase, an ideation &concepting phase, an iteration phase and an embodiment phase.During the analysis phase, both a passenger experience and...
master thesis 2017
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Westhoek, Youri (author), Okkerman, Hans (author)
In this thesis five different Direction Of Arrival algorithms will be developed for use with Microflown's Acoustic Vector Sensors, which will determine the direction an acoustic signal originates from. These algorithms will run on a main-station that will remotely receive data from an array of AVSs. The performance of these algorithms is...
bachelor thesis 2017
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de Groot, Jens (author)
This report describes the project of designing an interactive exhibit for children in the context of Science Centre Delft to actively explore, and thereby learn about, the interactions of light and sound beams with materials. It involves the application of a directional speaker in a totally new and dynamic way to trigger sound and light effects....
master thesis 2017
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Ierides, A. (author)
Architecture - the morphology and materiality of space - influences the experience of space, not only by its visual characteristics - the aesthetics - but also by its aural characteristics. When a space is created based purely on what one sees, it misses the integration with other senses which can enrich the experience of the space and therefore...
master thesis 2017
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Gommer, B. (author)
This research aims at improving the performance of Helmholtz resonators by adding resistance using additive manufacturing. Current use of Helmholtz resonators is focused on tonal applications and modal issues, because of the frequency specific behaviour. A normal Helmholtz resonator curve has a decreasing bandwidth when the peak increases. The...
master thesis 2016
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Van Grol, E.H. (author)
The design of a new in-car sound system using parametric technology for Bang&Olufsen Automotive. Bang & Olufsen (B&O) is a brand with a great heritage in the field of sound and design. The automotive activities of B&O are positioned in the segment of the market that is positioned above the upper-class. B&O products are famous for their...
master thesis 2016
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Niesten, J. (author)
In a research of the World Health Organization (2011) it is shown that environmental noise is number two on the list of health risks. Environmental noise is linked to certain health conditions ranging from annoyance to heart attacks and is caused by the growing number of noise sources in the urban environment. An important aspect influencing the...
master thesis 2016
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