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van Zwet, Bram (author)
DSM Dyneema produces an extremely strong fibre called Dyneema® consisting of Ultra High Molecular weight Polyethylene (UHMWPE). The Dyneema® material has been trademarked by its manufacturer as The Greenest strength™. This claim is based on the non-toxic chemical nature of the material and its production, as well as on having the lowest carbon...
master thesis 2019
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Boersema, Lisanne (author)
This master thesis provides a feasibility study of a door-to-door (d2d) baggage service with standardized bag. Many stakeholders are involved in the aviation industry and in order to implement such a service the consequences and requirements for the industry must be clear. One of these stakeholders is Vanderlande, global market leader for...
master thesis 2017
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Kingma, Friso (author)
Overfitting is a common problem when learning models from noisy observational data. This problem is especially present in very flexible models, such as Neural Networks, which can easily fit to spurious patterns in the data that are not indicative of true underlying patterns. One technique that conquers the problem of overfitting is Bagging, an...
bachelor thesis 2017
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van der Heiden, Kristan (author)
<br/>This report presents the research into e-bikes for commuters and the design process of a laptop bag carrier for commuters. The project was carried out for Royal Dutch Gazelle in Dieren.<br/><br/>The project started with the question: How to make electric bikes more attractive to commuters? In order to answer this research question a...
master thesis 2017
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van Muiswinkel, F. (author)
This Master Thesis is the result of the graduation project commissioned by Gyre, a start-up company that brings products to the market from a commitment to reduce plastic waste across world oceans. To contribute in solving the problem of oceanic pollution, reducing the stream of plastic bags entering the the oceans is a convenient way to start,...
master thesis 2017
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Vos, D.M. (author)
Research on hidden vacancy among primary schools in the Netherlands. How big is the problem and what predictive factors can be distinguished; does the building matter? A quantitative study using a mixed linear regression model resulted in several factor related to vacancy and an impression of the current percentage of vacancy and its financial...
master thesis 2015
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Alagon Carrillo, S. (author)
In this project the problem of determining the inner and outer regions of the computational domain for an airbag deployment simulation is addressed. One approach to perform such simulation is via the structural equations of motion for the airbag fabric dynamics, Euler equations of fluid motion for the fluid inside the airbag and a coupling...
master thesis 2014
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Krautzer, V. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Shen, J. (author)
This report presents a six-month project executed for Type22 in order to redesign the self?service process in the check--?in area to increase passengers’ adoption of Self Bag Drop, by mean of the development of products to facilitate the passengers’ check--?in process, and series of service strategies to improve the airline check--?in area....
master thesis 2014
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Verheijde, R. (author)
Lightweight Containers B.V. is producer of the patented KeyKeg packaging solution to contain and dispense (semi) liquids. The KeyKeg is a one-way keg and is designed according to the bag-in-shell principle. A pressurized PET shell houses a specially developed odorless, tasteless and flexible inner bag with superior barrier qualities, which...
master thesis 2012
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Liu, Y. (author)
The graduation project has three phases. The first phase is aimed to conduct market analysis and comfortableness criteria exploration in order to establish design objective and design criteria. The design objective is “Design a stylish, protective and two-year durable laptop bag for the target life style segment, which is also comfortable to use...
master thesis 2012
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Chan, K.Y.Y. (author)
Smurfit Kappa Group is a world leading company of paper-based packaging and is the largest waste paper trader and consumer in Europe. In Smurfit Kappa Specialties Division, Bag-in-Box has been one of the successful packaging solutions for the past 10 years. It is nowadays widely used in the wine industry. However, the wine market is becoming...
master thesis 2011
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Ringers, M. (author)
The main function of the schoolbag today is, transporting study materials. The aesthetics of the bag however, influences the buying behavior of the consumer the most. Current disadvantages of schoolbags are bad ergonomics and low interaction between product and user. In the saturated schoolbag market the main focusses are on better ergonomics...
master thesis 2010
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Grundeken, B.S. (author)
Cycle scavenging (CS) is the process of using otherwise idle computational resources to provide large, aggregate, amounts of computational power. It is the core principle of so-called desktop grids and volunteer computing, which use the idle cycles of desktop computers to do computations. However, resources in a multicluster grid likewise may...
master thesis 2009
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Anoep, S.D. (author)
Grid computing promises large scale computing facilities based on distributed systems. Much research has been done on the subject of increasing the performance of grids. We believe that an adequate performance analysis of grids requires knowledge of the workload and the architecture of the grid. Currently, researchers assume that grids are...
master thesis 2008
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