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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...
master thesis 2019
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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...
master thesis 2018
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van der Wiel, R.J. (author)
Wave energy is a promising renewable resource for the extraction of energy. To increase the efficiency of this technology a parabolic reflection wall is located behind a wave farm of heaving point absorber wave energy converters (WECs) to increase the power output of the WEC array by altering the wave field. The WECs are modelled with patches of...
master thesis 2016
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Kleiterp, R. (author)
Osmotic power is a form of renewable energy which is currently not used at a commercial scale, but it might have the potential to be exploited in a sustainable manner in the near future. It uses the principle of osmosis, which is known for over a century and is used since recent years for several membrane applications. The salinity gradient...
master thesis 2012
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Quak, R.W. (author)
Blue energy is a technique that converts the difference of molar free energy between fresh river water, and salt sea water into electricity. Theoretically, 1,5MW can be won when mixing flows of 1m3/s of river water with sea water. Taking into account all losses that occur in the system, makes that the net power is approximately 1,0MW/m3/s. For a...
master thesis 2009
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