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van Splunter, Martin (author)
The project explored ways how the local impoverished people within Indonesian kampungs can build co housing dwellings by themselves. The technical focus was on the transformation of stone wast material locally to a dry stacking system of concrete and brick elements.
master thesis 2017
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Kane, G.M. (author)
Up to 40% of medical equipment in the developing world is broken, largely due to lack of repair and maintenance. This report investigates the possibility of improving repair by making use fo remote communication technologies. Research is performed at a User Interaction and Systems level and combined to create the design of a remote servicing...
master thesis 2016
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Doornbosch, G.R.R. (author)
The Senza tea 2.0 project focused on creating a sustainable product-service-system for the serving of tea within hospitalities. The project resulted in a new business model for Senza tea Company, involving the use of a new dispenser system and table display, resulting in a 100% waste free service. The service embodies the principles from the...
master thesis 2016
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Urra Llanusa, J.C. (author)
This project has been developed within the context of a startup company that aims to improve the problem of limited stroke recovery of the upper limb in the Netherlands. The company's value proposition consists of addressing this problem by means of artificially assisted therapy. The specific mission of this project has been to reconsider the...
master thesis 2016
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Gao, Y. (author)
Circular economy is an economic model aiming at decoupling economic growth from the consumption of finite resources. It attracts attention to system changes at all levels, and Taoyuan City Government devotes itself to the circular economy development as well. Nevertheless, the Taoyuan environmental protection park, with the early ambition of...
master thesis 2016
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van der Laan, A.J. (author)
This master thesis describes and evaluates the development of living units for adaptive reuse. In many cases buildings that lose their function over time are destined to be demolished to make space for new estate, however these buildings are often ideal for adaptive reuse. The project was initiated due to a lack of appropriate solutions...
master thesis 2016
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Tseggai, S. (author)
A wastewater treatment plant is redesigned as an ‘infinite mine’, from which the residues are used for a structural composite. The goal of the project was to make a construction material of uniform and consistent biomass waste streams, giving an impulse to reindustrializing Parkstad Limburg, former coal mining area in the south of the...
master thesis 2016
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Van der Leer, J.G.G. (author)
Waste is one of the core problems in sustainable city design. In current city planning waste management systems are often disregarded. However, concepts that deal with waste and resources within urban areas are getting more and more attention. ‘Zero waste’ is one of the most visionary concepts for solving waste problems. The concept of the zero...
master thesis 2016
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Djoegan, C.E.S. (author), Van den Reek, D.L. (author)
Despite circular economy being a phenomenon more and more are familiar with, the actual implementation is practically unknown to most. Especially in the construction industry, a conservative industry in nature, the translation of a circular economy seems to be absent. This research makes this translation, in which the changes in the financial...
master thesis 2016
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Michael, C. (author)
While the extracted resources on our planet become more and more scarcer, the construction industry keeps being the number one user of them and the number one waste generator. At the same time, a new type of Circular Economy has been presented where nothing can be considered as waste. This thesis is approaching this topic by examining ways of...
master thesis 2016
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Kazemi, A. (author)
In recent years the concept of Circular Economy (CE) has gained momentum in business and the built environment. The reason for this boost, can be traced back to the recent economic crisis and the new wave of disruptive innovation in the construction industry. Besides, the current state of construction projects, linear construction, is full of...
master thesis 2016
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Ackermans, S.F. (author)
This project aimed to research the perspective of companies on the relationship between sustainability and circular business models. This was done by first looking at how literature describes the relationship between sustainability and the circular economy/circular business models. With this as a basis, thirteen different multinational companies...
master thesis 2016
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Dzjind, T. (author)
Just in the last decade alone, over 300 Million Game Consoles have been sold globally. When all stacked up, the height is three times the distance to the moon. With even shorter lifecycles forecasted due to technological advancements (i.e. Virtual Reality), the pace in which consoles become obsolete will increase dramatically in the near future....
master thesis 2016
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Van der Salm, N.M.W. (author)
The Biorefinery combines water treatment, organic waste treatment in one building together with public functions like a swimming pool, botanical gardens, community gardens, visitors routes and research labs. Organic waste and sewage sludge from the water-treatment system are used to produce bio-gas by anaerobic digestion for generating heat and...
student report 2016
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Shyam, S. (author)
Mobile phones are undoubtedly an important part of our daily lives and activities. With the avid use and rapid upgrade patterns of mobile phones in current consumer lifestyle comes a wasteful disposal process. The high speed at which mobile phones are left for obsolescent makes the electronic waste problem that they bring with them a target of...
master thesis 2016
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Van den Brink, R.J. (author)
In recent years the circular economy has gained significant popularity, however practical implementation of the concept has not followed accordingly. Especially in the construction industry there is a need for a practical translation of the concept. This research makes this translation through the mutual development of circular economy theory...
master thesis 2016
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Van Hemmen, B. (author)
The discourse on circular economy is characterized by perpetual disintegration whilst there is a need for assessment and decision-making supporting models. This normative study proposes a model that assesses the extent to which interventions in the built environment are in accordance with a circular economy (CE) and discloses the financials...
master thesis 2016
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Cherim, E.L.G. (author)
Urban policymakers face more complex issues than ever before in developing a socially-, economically- and environmentally sustainable cities. Some cities have already started transitioning towards a circular economy in this endeavor. This research explores the ways in which four pioneering cities have started navigating this transition, and uses...
master thesis 2016
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Boorsma, N.E. (author)
This thesis presents the results of a single case study performed at Philips Refurbished Systems, focusing on a medical imaging system: interventional X-ray, which enables Image Guided Therapy (IGT). The goal of the study was to add value to the refurbishment activities at Refurbished Systems by developing design rules for refurbishment. This...
master thesis 2016
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Leising, E.J. (author)
The main purpose of this study is to examine in what way supply chain collaboration in the built environment can contribute to the transition to a CE in the Netherlands. The study is structured along three main parts: (1) a theoretic part for conceptualising circular supply chain collaboration, (2) a case study where this conceptualisation is...
master thesis 2016
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