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Guardone, Alberto (author), Colonna, Piero (author), Pini, M. (author), Spinelli, Andrea (author)
The gas dynamics of single-phase nonreacting fluids whose thermodynamic states are close to vapor-liquid saturation, close to the vapor-liquid critical point, or in supercritical conditions differs quantitatively and qualitatively from the textbook gas dynamics of dilute, ideal gases. Due to nonideal fluid thermodynamic properties,...
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Marynets, K. (author), Tomovski, Živorad (author)
We introduce a successive approximations method to study one fractional periodic boundary value problem of the Hilfer-Prabhakar type. The problem is associated to the corresponding Cauchy problem, whose solution depends on an unknown initial value. To find this value we numerically solve the so-called ’determining system’ of algebraic or...
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Laureys, Joris (author)
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Krilašević, S. (author)
Both societal and engineering systems are growing in complexity and interconnectivity, making it increasingly challenging, and sometimes impossible, to model their dynamics and behaviors. Moreover, individuals or entities within these systems, often referred to as agents, have their own objectives that may conflict with one another. Examples...
doctoral thesis 2023
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Biernacki, Jakub (author)
In the face of the prevailing norms and practices in contemporary architecture, there is a growing need to find alternative ways of making architecture that prioritize human experiences, social interactions, and a deeper connection with the built environment. The examination of empowered play as a revolutionary approach to design is the focus of...
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Coppen, Jasper (author)
Due to global warming, there is a rising demand for green energy storage and green fuels. $CO_2$ reduction can help mitigate these demands by storing energy in chemical bonds, thereby creating fuels that are relatively easy to use and store. In this way, a new carbon cycle can be created. Catalyst materials play a key role in improving the...
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Guarnotta, Flora (author)
Liver diseases account for two million deaths worldwide each year, and current treatments are limited. 3D bioprinting is a promising technology, that has recently been investigated to tackle this challenge. However, the cells and hydrogels used for bioprinting are not human-derived and do not replicate the natural <i>in vivo</i> environment. The...
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Xu, J. (author), Fahmy-Garcia, Shorouk (author), Wesdorp, Marinus A. (author), Forte, Lucia (author), De Luca, Claudio (author), Filardo, Giuseppe (author), Labberté, Margot (author), Kok, Joeri (author), Nickel, Joachim (author), van Osch, G.J.V.M. (author)
Despite promising clinical results in osteochondral defect repair, a recently developed bi-layered collagen/collagen-magnesium-hydroxyapatite scaffold has demonstrated less optimal subchondral bone repair. This study aimed to improve the bone repair potential of this scaffold by adsorbing bone morphogenetic protein 2 (BMP-2) and/or platelet...
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Kim, Nam Kyeun (author), Bhattacharyya, Debes (author), van Loosdrecht, Mark C.M. (author), Lin, Y. (author)
In the present research, a bio-based flame retardant (FR) was prepared using a biopolymer derived from wastewater sludge to improve the fire performance of polypropylene (PP). Extracellular polymeric substances (EPS), which were extracted from wastewater aerobic granular sludge, were absorbed into cellulose-based fibres, such as flax and...
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Stepchuk, I. (author), Pérez-Fortes, Mar (author), Ramirez, Andrea (author)
Using alternative carbon sources (ACS) to produce downstream derivatives (DDs) is a promising option for defossilising the chemical industry. However, the potential consequences of using ACS in interconnected petrochemical clusters are generally overlooked. This paper aims to develop a methodological approach for systematically analysing...
book chapter 2023
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Yang, Fan (author), Zhang, P. (author), Wang, Yuan (author), Wei, Kai (author), Dong, Liwei (author), Wang, Ping (author)
The coupled vehicle-track system (CVTS) dynamics have been extensively investigated for decades. However, the calculation accuracy of prevailing vehicle-track coupling models needs to be improved in the high frequency range due to the inappropriate model simplification and neglect of material nonlinearity. In this study, we propose a refined...
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Huang, Qian Ming (author), Yang, Huiru (author), Wang, S. (author), Liu, X. (author), Tan, C. (author), Luo, Anxin (author), Xu, Siyuan (author), Zhang, Kouchi (author), Ye, H. (author)
Laser-induced graphene (LIG) has aroused a wide range of research interests ranging from micro-nano energy devices to the Internet of Things (IoT). Nevertheless, the non-degradability of most-used synthetic polymer carbon sources poses a serious threat to the environment. In this work, ecofriendly chitosan-based derivatives, including...
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Fečkan, Michal (author), Marynets, K. (author)
We study a nonlinear fractional boundary value problem (BVP) subject to non-local multipoint boundary conditions. By introducing an appropriate parametrization technique we reduce the original problem to an equivalent one with already two-point restrictions. Using a notion of Chebyshev nodes and Lagrange polynomials we construct a successive...
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Liu, Shangru (author)
In this 3D fracture-based topology optimization framework, the author extended the 2D framework on tailoring fracture resistance for brittle materials (Zhang et al., 2022) to 3D. In the optimization, the topology is described by radial basis functions interpolated level set function, and the problem is solved by the Interface-enriched...
master thesis 2022
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Vledder, Amária (author)
Delayed healing or non-union of bone fractures are still clinically and economically relevant problems. Bone healing includes pro- and anti-inflammatory phases, which proved crucial for successful healing. Being able to modulate these inflammatory responses could potentially promote bone fracture healing. Dendritic cells play important roles in...
master thesis 2022
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Roor, Twanne (author)
Coasts are constantly under the pressure of hydrodynamic conditions such as waves, tides, and storms. In the Netherlands, sand nourishments are executed every few years in order to maintain the country’s sandy beaches for purposes of safety, recreation, and ecology. In order to determine where to carry out these nourishments, the whole sandy...
master thesis 2022
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Koop, L. (author)
Because the seafloor is a complex ecosystem, a multidisciplinary approach must be adopted in order to produce comprehensive habitat maps. Such multidisciplinary projects have been lacking for the Dutch area of the North Sea. To address this lack, the Distribution, structure and functioning of low resilience seafloor communities and habitats of...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Zhang, J. (author)
Cracks, which could nucleate and propagate in engineering structures, could have an adverse effect on mechanical performance and even lead to catastrophic failure. Thus, it is critical to investigate structural behavior under fracture, which requires an appropriate modeling methodology for fracture analysis. Furthermore, designing structures...
doctoral thesis 2022
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Rossi, E. (author), Raghavan, A. (author), Copuroglu, Oguzhan (author), Jonkers, H.M. (author)
In this study, the applicability of two bacteria-based healing agents (e.g., poly-lactic acid and polyhydroxyalkanoate) in blast furnace slag cement (BFSC) mortar has been assessed. An experimental campaign on the functional properties, self-healing capacity, freezing–thawing and carbonation resistance has been conducted in comparison with plain...
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van Turnhout, J. (author)
The dielectric spectra of colloidal systems and other dielectric media often contain a typical low frequency dispersion, which usually remains unnoticed, because of the presence of strong conduction losses. The KK relations offer a means for converting ' into " data. This allows us to calculate conduction free " spectra in which the l.f....
book chapter 2022
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