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Avadhani, Maneesh (author)
Buildings contribute to 30% of global CO<sub>2</sub> emissions and consume 40% of the global energy supply (Yang et al., 2014). Heating and cooling requirements of the buildings form the major part of the energy consumption in buildings (Culha et al., 2015). Thus to solve this problem, one of the solutions currently being<br/>looked at is to...
master thesis 2019
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Moussa, Salah (author)
Steel plants are one of the largest sources of waste heat. Waste heat recovery throughout the steelmaking process is not a new phenomenon. One of the sources of waste heat is found in the coke plant. Cokes are an essential part of steel production. During the coking process hot cokes are cooled down. Most coke plants in the world traditionally...
master thesis 2019
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Schakel, Jasper (author)
Water is the most dominant substance on the planet and has always been a synonym for life. On this planet, water has always been plentiful. Therefore, the conclusion of the United Nations in 2015 was even more shocking. The United Nations estimated that in 2030 a water gap would exist of 40%. The withdrawal of fresh water would be 40% larger...
master thesis 2019
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Thimmanoor, Sai (author)
Carbon dioxide emission into the earth’s atmosphere by maritime activities are a concern for the people within and outside the industry. This is because of the environmental impacts that are caused by these greenhouse gas emissions which changes the very chemistry of this planet. These impacts can be mitigated by reducing the CO2 emissions which...
master thesis 2018
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Jahn, Patrick (author)
Aviation has to reduce its emission. In the past the improvements of aero engine technology have been achieved by higher turbine inlet temperatures, higher overall pressure ratios, higher bypass ratios and more efficient components. However, these methods hold only limited potential for further improvements. Therefore, research into alternative...
master thesis 2017
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Shi, L. (author)
The energy consumption in the industry field is considerable. Saving energy has great potential in many industrial processes. For example, heat recovery from the spent cooling water can be achieved by applying heat pump technology, and the recovered heat can be used for district heating. Previous study indicates that the compression-resorption...
master thesis 2017
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Hoeijmakers, P.A. (author)
The industrial heritage the 'van Gendthallen' in Amsterdam are repurposed into a cultural convention center. To accomplish this while conserving the qualities of its monumental façade, a data center is introduced inside the halls to provide the space with a sustainable waste heat source and climate system. The interaction between the data center...
master thesis 2016
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