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Mostert, E. (author)
In het project Erfgoed onthult; Trekvaarten binnen het waterverband is gekeken naar de toekomstwaarde van trekvaarten voor klimaatadaptatie. Het project richt zich specifiek op het gebied tussen de steden Leiden, Den Haag, Delft, Rotterdam en Gouda met de trekvaarten de Vliet, de Schie, de Gouwe en de Oude Rijn. Tot het jaar 900 was dit gebied...
report 2024
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Kassels, Sander (author)
The global ever growing energy demand, quest for renewable alternatives for fossil fuels and desire to reduce dependency on single countries has driven the increasing demand for offshore wind energy production. The advancing technologies that enable offshore wind turbines to gain efficiency go hand in hand with increasing sizes of components and...
master thesis 2023
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Kramer, Coen (author)
The Province of South Holland is conducting a heritage project to explore the historical significance of barge canals and their future role in a changing climate. This thesis aims to address the water challenges posed by increased floods and droughts caused by climate change through the implementation of a water buffersystem. The buffer should...
master thesis 2023
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Bal, Frans (author), Vleugel, J (author)
Climate change is related with weather extremes, which may cause damages to infrastructure used by freight transport services. Heavy rainfall may lead to flooding and damage to railway lines, roads and inland waterways. Extreme drought may lead to extremely low water levels, which prevent safe navigation by inland barges. Wet and dry periods may...
journal article 2023
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Larsen, R.B. (author), Negenborn, R.R. (author), Atasoy, B. (author)
Cooperation between container transport service providers can increase efficiency in the logistics sector significantly. However, cooperation between competitors requires co-planning methods that not only give the cooperating partners an advantage towards external competition but also protect the partners from losing information, clients and...
journal article 2023
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Otori, Hiromasa (author), Kikuchi, Yuka (author), Rivera Arreba, I. (author), Viré, A.C. (author)
The hydrodynamic coefficients are evaluated by fully nonlinear Navier-Stokes forced oscillation simulations using the volume of fluid method. Richardson extrapolation is employed to obtain the grid-independent solution. The predicted hydrodynamic coefficients are validated by the water tank tests. The applicability of the drag coefficient...
journal article 2023
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Nicolet, A. (author), Shobayo, Peter (author), van Hassel, E.B.H.J. (author), Atasoy, B. (author)
Container transport via inland waterways currently faces several challenges affecting its competitiveness with other modes. These challenges include the high waiting time experienced by container barges and the low priority given to container barges in deepsea ports. To mitigate these challenges, a new concept known as the Modular Mobile...
journal article 2023
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Kuit, Esmee (author)
Living in the deep polders in the deltaic landscape of the Netherlands poses large-scale challenges. Biodiversity decline, weather extremes, sea level rise, salination, the housing crisis, and subsidence affect large parts of the Netherlands. These challenges should be tackled together through the integral question of ‘what does the area need?’...
master thesis 2022
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Tjaberings, Jorick (author)
Adapting the size of upending cradles according to the ever-increasing dimensions of offshore wind turbine monopiles is costly and requires structural modifications to the associated Heavy Lift Vessels (HLVs). This study therefore investigates the potential of the Monopile Upending Smart Tool (MUST), which is a platform suspended in the HLV...
master thesis 2022
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Roukouni, A. (author), Lukosch, Heide (author), Verbraeck, A. (author), Zuidwijk, Rob (author)
Logistics and transport systems are complex systems for which sustainable innovations are urgently needed. Serious games are an acknowledged tool for training, learning, and decision making, as well as for helping to introduce innovative concepts for complex systems. Technological innovations for the transport domain that can improve...
journal article 2020
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van Es, Tom (author)
Global containerised cargo volumes are increasing at a high rate, requiring ports to increase their throughput. Containers are transported to the hinterland by truck, train, or barge. In the ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp, container barges have high in-port times, of which they spend a lot of time ineffectively. This affects these ports’...
master thesis 2019
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van Staalduinen, Inge (author)
From shallow to deep water, from the well to the ship, from the offshore field to shore or between countries, many kilometres of offshore pipelines for transportation of hydrocarbons (oil and gas) have been installed over the last decades. Allseas’ Tog Mor is a shallow water pipelay barge capable of laying pipes up to a water depth of 25 meters....
master thesis 2019
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Ryan Adriansyah Mulkan, Ryan (author)
The Space@Sea platform is a sustainable offshore modular platform designed for a workspace at sea as an effort in coping up with the economic growth and allocating marine resources to more efficient uses. There are four potential applications of the platform: farming, transport & logistics hub, energy hub, and living spaces. In the case of...
master thesis 2019
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Kalicharan, Kishan (author)
In intermodal transport multiple types of vehicles are used to transport containers. If the routes of the vehicles are known, then the container allocation can be optimized. This problem can be modelled as an integral multi-commodity min cost flow problem on a time-space graph. This model has an arc-based and path-based form. In this thesis, the...
master thesis 2018
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Mensch, Bas (author)
A split hopper barge is a dredging vessel that can split over its longitudinal axis to discharge its cargo. To allow for such an operation, the barge consists of two half-hulls that are connected by hinges at the top and hydraulic cylinders at the bottom. Any forces that act at the interface between the half-hulls have to be transferred by the...
master thesis 2017
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Baas, Mathieu (author)
Long distance ocean towing is a commonly used transportation method in the oil & gas and renewable energy industries. Barges with cargo, vessels and various offshore structures are towed from and to location. Boskalis participates in this industry through its subsidiaries Smit and Fairmount Marine. From experience with these transports, it...
master thesis 2017
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Habing, R. (author)
Roll motion damping has been an important issue since mankind started building ships. Naval architects have always tried to reduce the roll motion as much as possible for comfort, structural strength and operational limits. In this thesis the effects of using ballast water as active or passive roll damping system are investigated. The goal is to...
master thesis 2016
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Oudewortel, R.D. (author)
The Damen Crane Barge type CB6324 is a transhipment barge, designed to operate in harbours, inshore and in near coastal waters worldwide, mainly for the on- and offloading of bulk carriers. In the second generation of this crane barge, optimization of the equipment and overall design is sought, increasing usability of the barge and reducing...
master thesis 2015
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Shrivastava, M. (author)
master thesis 2015
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Van Twillert, M.J. (author)
This report describes two methods to analyse the effect of sloshing on ship motions. The first method applies linear potential theory on both the barge and the internal tanks. For the barge the radiation, diffraction and incoming wave potentials are solved. For the internal tanks only the radiation potential is calculated, as there are obviously...
master thesis 2015
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