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Taylor, Renske (author)
The first size reduction stage in open pit hard rock mining is blasting and is fundamental for mineral resource extraction as it enables transportation of the rock. Consistent frag-mentation results are preferable as it can ease the loading, hauling and crushing stages. Fragmentation analysis assists in identifying areas where similar blast...
master thesis 2019
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Chaves Gonzalez, Felipe (author)
Rio de Janeiro has become a ’broken city’ (Ventura, 1994): rapid urbanization processes, wealth concentration, market-oriented development, governmental neglect and socio-spatial segregation have been enlarging the societal gap between rich and poor in Brazil. Those processes have shaped the fragmentation of the city, where multidimensional...
master thesis 2019
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Bremmer, Daniel (author)
The architecture of totality does not adequately represent the urban landscape, specifically, the urban landscape of Yerevan, Armenia. An architecture that is constituted by fragments to form a larger whole, through the analogy of the (urban) constellation), can provide an untraditional architectural language for an urban context.
master thesis 2018
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Tjoa, Li Ling (author)
The ageing population and healthcare reform leads to a changing demand for short-term care. Health-related care and service providers offer several types of short-term care, but lack a clear vision and associated real estate strategy. Therefore, care processes are not always arranged efficiently, and real estate does not add value to the...
master thesis 2018
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TASIOULA, ILYA (author)
The main intention of this thesis is the proposal of a new approach of the landscape that takes into account the local context in a different way. The complete and holistic understanding of the local character of the area and the interpretation of it with contemporary means will create a basis of a self-conscious design. Time-resistant...
master thesis 2018
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Novkovikj, Monika (author)
The thesis aims to explore the potentials and possibilities of open space landscapes with the goal of utilizing them in a new spatial landscape infrastructure device of integrative socio-spatial value. It will attempt to acknowledge the hidden qualities of open spaces, often overlooked due to responsibilities limited only to administrative...
master thesis 2018
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van der Waal, Kaj (author)
An efficient production is essential for an economic continuation of most gold mining companies, due to a moderate gold price and a competitive market. Recently, the Ahafo South Mining operations owned by the Newmont Mining Corporation and located on a Proterozoic gold belt in the south west of Ghana, indicated that the cost of production must...
master thesis 2017
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Feldbacher, Philipp (author)
ASSUMPTIONS<br/><br/>Still quite far away from visiting the city of interest, Bucharest, a model was the means to subsume personal stories I heard from friends, media reports and interviews as well as resulting subjective expectations on the trip. At the same time it led to the assumption, that all of these stories, but also historical events,...
master thesis 2017
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De Haan, G. (author)
This project explores the fragmentation of the global city of London. Current urban development practices are being compared to historic urban structures, such as the high streets, in order to explore the potential for a stronger integration between global and local. The outcomes of the research are used to propose a manifesto for the integrated...
master thesis 2016
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Brakel, S.F. (author)
Because of its central location, the Buffalo Bayou is a strategic site for interventions. Reducing flood risk can be done by absorbing rainfall and storm surge flooding into the urban fabric around the Bayou. Soft borders from the Buffalo Bayou should be extended into the urban fabric and vice versa to strengthen the interactions and the...
master thesis 2015
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Pantoja Navarro, M.A. (author)
At the Chilean city of Iquique, the decline of the significance of public space is attributed to the reduced availability and functions attached to it,at the same time to the ongoing desire to control the own space (market oriented development).This project aims to deal with the fragmented city, as a result of the influence performed by the...
master thesis 2015
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Rutten, L. (author)
This project creates a flexible building in difficult social conditions. The building can change function over time, but for now it is a culture center. In this culture center the local youth can learn how to play an instrument, but also dance studios are available. The landscape concept is more focused on the elderly people. This creates a...
master thesis 2014
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Torabi Kachousangi, F. (author)
Ray as the most historic city in Iran is an example of the neglected district that today religion shaped its identity and spatial configuration. In Fact the rapid growth of urbanization and migration in Tehran after the modernization, resulted polarization that affected on Ray, physically and socially and led to separate Ray from the rest of...
master thesis 2014
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Koshy, M. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Oudenaarden, S.A.C. (author)
The graduation project ‘Framed space vs. Free space’ is about the differences between space free to plan by the user and controlled space by authorities in urban and landscape design. These are degrees of control on different scales. Scales in urbanism are assigned to get a grip on the complexity of the city, to understand the processes and...
master thesis 2014
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Bruck, E. (author)
By tracing EU money streams, flowing from Brussels into the provinces of eastern Poland, the project explores the local effectiveness of European development policies, induced by their financial instruments. Frampol, a rural municipality and eponymous town planned by the Renaissance ideal, is studied as an example for the rural challenges...
master thesis 2014
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Waterman, T.A. (author)
Blast fragmentation has an influence on the drill and blast designs, loading, hauling and crushing operations. Previous studies in other mines have shown that by optimizing fragmentation it is possible to save on operational costs. This thesis investigates and applies a method for measuring fragmentation in stopes with the aid of image analysis...
master thesis 2014
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Hagendoorn, R.G.C. (author)
Mental workload is an important subject in traffic safety research, however workload measurements are expensive and time intensive. To this end a measurement method is developed which uses short video fragments of driving situations to the subject, after which they are asked about their perceived mental effort if they would be driving through...
master thesis 2014
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De Ronde, W.R. (author)
Graduation project the urban sculpture is a proposal to densify the urban emptiness within the Sint-Jacobsplaats while dealing with the fragmented patch work of buildings and integrating a hybrid flexible program within a unifying building skin.
master thesis 2014
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Van Doorn, J.S. (author)
Since the 1950s the city of Lima, capital of Peru, has drastically grown both in size and inhabitants due to a process of rapid urbanization, by which the city has expanded horizontally in an informal way. Informal settlements have occupied peripheral areas, producing a centre-periphery pattern of urban development. Because the activity centres...
master thesis 2014
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