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Bauer, Lorijn (author)
Timber structures are experiencing a revelation in the build environment due to new technologies and production techniques. However, the longest spans created with timber structures still don't compete with the span widths of structures made of steel. This thesis provides a preliminary design for the long-span football stadium roof structure of...
master thesis 2019
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Mori, Sofia (author)
The practice of almost any sport requires friendly and comfortable environmental conditions, cool temperatures and medium humidity levels, as well as satisfactory lighting and ventilation performance (Torsing et al., 2016). The complex challenge of designing sport infrastructure is likely to become even bigger in the expected future warmer...
master thesis 2019
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van Heck, Simon (author)
Today’s stadiums face increasing competition from home-viewing options, powered by better camera angles and multiplatform, multimedia experiences. Concurrent with these trends is the increase in computing power and near ubiquity of the smartphone. These technological developments create new opportunities to measure real-time space use. The...
master thesis 2019
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Stubert, Eline (author)
An ice rink building can be described as an active machine. It needs electric energy to fulfill its purpose: to provide artificial ice to - initially - extend the ice skating season.<br/>Nowadays the need of artificial ice has increased, since the oppurtunity to practice the ice skating sport outside with natural circumstances ceased to exist....
master thesis 2018
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Frankin, Christiaan (author)
The coming years will see automation and demographic shifts cause a dramatic change in the economics and society of the Netherlands. A Universal Basic Income will be unavoidable. This will result in a large segment of the population existing without a sense of competition to provide fulfilment in people’s life.<br/>The provision of arbitrary...
master thesis 2018
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Wiltjer, Lennart (author)
Nowadays football stadium encounter a lot of problems. Often services are outdated and the capacity is often too large or too small. These capacity problems especially occur in stadium that are built for major tournaments. When the tournament is finished, no appropriate tenants can be found and the stadium often remains empty. Another problem...
master thesis 2017
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Andrejevic, A. (author)
This report discusses the design analysis process of designing a maximum transparent roof for a stadium in order to create the most optimal semi indoor stadium climate. To conduct such research, the following main question had to be asked: How can a maximised transparent roof for the Khalifa International Stadium (KIS) in Qatar, with efficient...
master thesis 2017
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Vos, J.E. (author)
Complex Projects Border studio
master thesis 2015
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Dabbagh, N. (author)
Philips Stadium is the home of PSV Club in Eindhoven. The existing stadium is in need of architectural, spatial and sustainable improvement. This graduation project focuses on the transformation of the existing stadium into a solar powered stadium at the same time integrating the stadium into the city. In other words also the transformation of a...
master thesis 2015
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Muijsson, B.R. (author)
In recent years, the sporting world has become an industry of millions, sometimes even billions (Deloitte, 2012). The commercialising within the world of sports has had several effects. One of these effects is that private investors are starting to see the possibilities of investing in sports real estate, stadiums. In addition, there is a...
master thesis 2015
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Van Duijn, D.L.P. (author)
In what way can a football stadium contribute to public values of a municipality? Why does a municipality want to (financially) participate in a stadium project? The purpose of this thesis is to investigate if a football stadium has influence on public goals and can contribute to the public value of a municipality. It stretches around the...
master thesis 2015
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Klerks, J. (author)
This work contains the technical report about the research in how to design and construct a demountable grandstand. The design itself is a modular structure which can be demounted and transported to different locations and to be reused multiple times. With the modular design any event organiser can decide what arrangement and capacity the...
master thesis 2015
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Shen, C. (author)
A sustainable stadium made from bamboo
master thesis 2014
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Van Der Steen, J.D. (author)
Application development for reusing structural stadium elements in a new project and configuration through implementation of a genetic algorithm.
master thesis 2014
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Naji Osama, M. (author)
The project is about a world-cup stadium for Qatar 2022 which uses water-based systems for cooling and consumption.
master thesis 2014
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Reinders, J.R. (author)
The amount and size of the Olympic facilities have outgrown the needs of host cities. Most Olympic venues cannot be used after the event and maintenance is extremely expensive. Therefore cities cannot optimally benefit from the catalysing effect that mega-events, such as the Olympics, can have on host cities. An over-production of sport venues...
master thesis 2014
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Timmers, J.J. (author)
Stadiums which are built for large events like, the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup are often not used after the events. Next to that is land space in urban areas becoming scarce in the near future. Therefore multiple use of land will become more important. A solution for the empty stadiums is to make use of demountable stadiums. These...
master thesis 2013
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Klomp, M.C. (author)
Large sport events require multiple large scale stadiums. However, often there is insufficient local demand to make use of all the stadiums throughout their lifetime. Hence, more and more high quality large scale stadiums, built for a onetime event, become vacant after the event. This research aims to design the structural configuration of the...
master thesis 2013
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Boom, I. (author)
Introduction A tensile-compression ring structure is derived from the spoke wheel principle. The general shape of the ground plan of a regular football stadium, which is more oval or rectangular shaped, is in contradiction with the spoke wheel principle. The goal of the thesis is to investigate the use and attractiveness of the spoke wheel...
master thesis 2012
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Fransen, R. (author), Vermeulen, K.D. (author)
Each four years for every World Cup event, 10 large stadiums are needed. These stadiums fulfill their purpose for only one month and afterwards the hosting country will be left with stadiums too big for their own competition or needs. The step from football stadium to multifunctional stadium is already made, in our view the next step is turning...
master thesis 2012
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