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Geda, Márton (author)
Space mission complexity is constantly increasing, therefore there is a growing demand for highly accurate and fast trajectory design and simulation tools. Some astrodynamics applications, such as planetary protection simulations, require millions of total simulated years to quantify certain probabilities with a high confidence level. It is...
master thesis 2019
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Byishimo, Protogene (author)
Growing markets for sustainable technologies such as solar panels, wind turbines, and electric cars require an enormous amount of raw materials that might not be available from sources on land. Exploitation of seafloor mineral resources could secure the supply of raw materials for the future. However, proposed deep-sea mining (DSM) systems will...
master thesis 2018
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Rovers, C.A.P.C. (author)
master thesis 2017
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Nieuwenhuis, E.M. (author)
Fat, oil and grease (FOG) deposits are one of the leading causes of sewer system blockages, thereby increasing the risks of undesired and polluting flooding and sewer overflows. FOG accumulates throughout the entire sewer network; e.g., in public sewer pipes and lateral house connections it reduces the available discharge capacity, and in pump...
master thesis 2016
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Oomen, V.A.M. (author)
The Dutch health care system is a large drain on the Dutch national budget. With the Dutch hospitals costing 20 billion euros yearly. Six billion euros, of the total 20 billion euros are spend on goods and materials. If a part of these goods are wasted within the health care system, the costs of this system could be reduced by reducing this...
master thesis 2015
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Hoevelaken, A.I. (author)
This thesis aimed to research the public values of real estate in general and how these values can be taken into account in the disposal of government assets. Correspondingly with former research in this subject, this thesis also recognises the fact that by selling around 700 properties not only financial return can be taken into account. By...
master thesis 2015
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Stolk, K. (author)
In this study a modular strategy tool is generated for the implementation of disposable instruments in a future scenario concerning three main actors; hospital, manufacturer and waste handler. An iterative design cycle is completed. Desktop research and literature studies are combined with qualitative research, design thinking and co-design. An...
master thesis 2014
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Axpe, M. (author)
This master thesis is focused on delivering a new drinking water experience, with the aim of creating pro-environmental awareness at Into the Great Wide Open (ITGWO), a music festival based in Vlieland. Water is essential for life, and there are many problems related to it that have to be solved in order to ensure drinking water to the future...
master thesis 2013
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Van Liere, B.J. (author)
The field of minimally invasive surgery (MIS) is calling for steerable mechanisms to increase the functionality and versatility of the contemporary instruments. Since reusable steerable instruments cannot pass the sterilization regulations, disposable instruments could solve the cleaning problem. In order to be cost-competitive, a cheap...
master thesis 2013
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Altay, A. (author)
The municipality of Amsterdam wants to improve the image of the city and its streets. Currently the streets are filled with many different objects that make the streets look crowded and inconsistent. Most of these objects are street furniture. The trash bin is a typical example of a street furniture object, that appears in many different forms...
master thesis 2012
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Mink, S. (author)
Implementing biobased disposables for the festival Lowlands is the basis for this project. Making use of biobased disposables offers specific waste processing purposes. A collecting system of waste at a festival works best for a situation where visitors cooperate within the complete waste system. For Lowlands litter behaviour is questioned....
master thesis 2011
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Heerema, R.N. (author)
The Slufter is a large scale disposal facility for contaminated dredged material from the Dutch rivers, channels and harbour basins. It is located in the Rotterdam harbour, on the south-western tip of the Maasvlakte. Since the Slufter was built in 1987, the supply of contaminated dredged material has decreased significantly. As a result, it will...
master thesis 2011
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Burgmans, S.H. (author)
De sleephopperzuiger is een vrijvarend schip dat natte grond verzet. De sleephopperzuiger kan zijn lading lossen door deze via de boeg door een nozzle (tromp) te lanceren. Deze losmethode heet rainbowen. Rainbowen van medium en grof zand is gebruikelijk, wat wil zeggen een korreldiameter van 200 µm tot 2000 µm. Bij rainbowen bestaat er grote...
master thesis 2003
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