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Daniël, Maäyan (author)
The municipality of Amsterdam has come forth with a request for architecture students of the Technical University of Delft within the studio of Complex Projects to investigate the future challenges of Amsterdam through scenario-research and hence come up with proposed spatial and/or architectural configurations for the year 2050. This all with...
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Tamarzians, Michel (author)
The population worldwide is growing rapidly which leads to an increase of the energy demand. Simultaneously, the established energy resources are being depleted and contribute negatively to the climate. The necessity for a sustainable and inexhaustible energy source, to deal with the increasing energy demand in an ecological friendly approach,...
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Sijtsma, Lennard (author)
In the Netherlands, wind power has the highest potential for future development compared to alternatives such as solar PV and biomass. The intermittent nature of the wind power resource calls for novel approaches to supply and demand management, as well as power quality assurance. Energy storage technologies allow for the separation between...
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Zonneveld, Jip (author)
The increased usage of Electric Vehicles and Renewable Energy Sources causes issues regarding the balancing of the electricity grid. To avoid investment costs, Distribution System Operators desire flexibility solutions. One of these flexibility solutions is the usage of the battery of the Electric Vehicle as an electricity source. This concept...
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Bouhannouche, Ilias (author)
Diesel-powered Automated Guided Vehicles (AGV) are currently deployed for container transport at terminal’s water side. Looking at the trends in formal legislation and market developments towards sustainability, these diesel AGVs are most likely to become outdated. Although battery-electric AGVs are an emerging, zero-emission alternative, there...
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van der Grinten, Juul (author)
The number of sustainable electrical energy sources is growing rapidly. These energy sources have a fluctuating and irregular pattern over time. Therefore, electricity storage is needed in the nearby future. The Concentration Gradient Flow Battery (CGFB), which uses the Blue Energy technology as a storage mechanism, has a promising market...
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Cotti, Martina (author)
Nine COF designs have been selected for their porosity, surface area and pore surface chemistry, synthesized or reproduced via a solvothermal method with different degrees of success in terms of crystallinity and porosity. Through various spectroscopy techniques (IR, Raman, XPS), together with imaging tools (SEM, TEM) and system specific...
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Breeman, Emma (author)
Quantum thermodynamics takes over from classical thermodynamics when systems are of the scale of single particles and quantum fluctuations have a noticeable effect. An interesting topic of research of this relatively new field is the quantum battery, which in this thesis consists of an array of N identical electron spin qubits. In an article by...
bachelor thesis 2018
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Hanif, Ali (author)
PV-Battery Integrated Module is a concept of integrating all of the components needed in a PV-battery system. While having several advantages compared to the standard system, the configuration of a PBIM also has a drawback. The batteries are attached to the back of the PV module, which could increase the operating temperature of the battery....
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Fakhri Muhammad, Tubagus (author)
Electric Vehicles (EVs) provide a promising sustainable clean mode of transportation with much fewer emissions compared to the traditional Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) vehicles. However, this can only be considered true if the energy sources used for charging EVs are also from clean energy form. Various Renewable Energy Sources (RES) are...
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Noris Martinez, Leonel (author)
Power outages can damage severely critical infrastructures such as telecommunication networks, financial services, water supplies and hospitals and completely shutting down production at companies. While most power blackouts usually last from some minutes to few hours, some can last days or even weeks. Furthermore, it is likely that these kinds...
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Sofyan, Muhammad Faizal (author)
Transition from fossil fuels to renewable sources is desired by both developed and developing countries due to the environmental concern and rapid technological developments. Governments, consumers, and investors have seen the prospect of Photovoltaic (PV) as a prominent technology to fulfill the electricity demand. For the residential-scale PV...
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Salet, Tijmen (author)
A techno-economic scenario analysis is done for fully renewable energy and transport systems in two smart urban areas in Europe (Hamburg and Murcia). Both city areas are reliant on wind and solar electricity, and use Battery Electric Vehicle(s) (BEV) and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle(s) (FCEV) as backup electricity plants. The energy systems...
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Sredanović, Alexander (author)
Ammonia is currently among the worlds largest chemical production processes and accounts for 2% of the global energy demand. Current industrial synthesis of ammonia utilizes natural gas as energy and hydrogen source. The decade long optimized Haber-Bosch process has a fair energy efficiency but ammonia production nowadays accounts for 1% of the...
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Bruinen, Paul (author)
The battolyser concept is based on an old fashioned nickel iron battery, consisting of a positive nickel(oxy) hydroxide electrode and negative iron (hydroxide) electrode. Research has been performed on the structural changes of the nickel and iron electrode upon charge and discharge. A lot of research can be found for the nickel electrode, but...
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Zamboni, Jacopo (author)
As the aviation sector keeps expanding, a growing interest in technologies that can reduce the dependency from non-renewable energy sources, both for economic and environmental reasons, has led researchers to investigate the opportunities offered by the electrification of flight. It is theorized that the use of electrically powered machines as...
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Hu, Wenjie (author)
The battle between the alternating current(AC) and direct current(DC) can be traced back to the late 19th century. Apparently, it ended up with the victory of AC. However, the growing use of the renewable energy sources that mostly are DC supplier, and the advancement of power electronics lead to the reconsideration of using DC power by public...
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Binti Faisol, Intan (author)
Solid state lithium ion batteries are generally safer than liquid electrolytes. Li6PS5Cl is a promising electrolyte with an instability in the active material and electrolyte interphase which causes an increase in impedance and capacity loss.
Doping with stable salts of LiCl and LiF could affect the stability. It is found that doping LiCl...
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Lopes, Wilfred (author), van Veelen, Frank (author)
In this thesis it is described how a Battery System and an Output System are designed. This design is part of a Power System for the DeciZebro swarm robot. Two other parts are designed, the Input System and the Control System. A battery pack was designed, together with a Battery Management System. Next the Output System was designed. Finally the...
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van der Maas, Eveline (author)
Lithium ion batteries are currently the most attractive choice for mobile energy storage and power sources [4] in terms of energy density. However, it is unlikely that current battery chemistries will reach the energy density desired for future applications [8]. Li-metal, which has the highest reduction potential of all metals and the highest...
master thesis 2018
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