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van Baaren, Edzard (author)
Operational towing is a taxiing strategy to reduce the fuel consumption during the taxiing phase of a flight, which decreases the cost and environmental impact of taxiing. Currently, no operational electric towing systems are available that are fully electric, independent from the APU and are capable of towing both narrow- and wide-bodied...
master thesis 2019
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Kala, Keshav (author)
We present a novel nonlinear formulation for modeling reactive-compositional flow and transport in presence of complex phase behavior due to combination of thermodynamic and chemical equilibrium in multi-phase systems. We apply this formulation to model precipitation/dissolution of minerals in reactive flow in subsurface reservoirs. The proposed...
master thesis 2018
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Hao, Haidong (author)
Percutaneous coronary intervention is a minimally-invasive procedure to treat coronary artery disease. In such procedures, X-ray angiography, a real-time imaging technique, is commonly used for image guidance to identify lesion sites and navigate catheters and guide-wires within coronary arteries. Due to the physical nature of X-ray imaging,...
master thesis 2018
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Xu, Fanxiang (author)
Simulation of multiphase flow in natural subsurface formations include selection of time-step size, i.e., the discrete snapshots (steps) over which the time-dependent nonlinear process is investigated. The simulation results would naturally depend on the size of the discrete time step, according to the order of accuracy of the implemented...
master thesis 2018
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Snuverink, Iris (author)
In hyperspectral (HS) imaging, for every pixel a spectrum of wavelengths is captured. These spectra represent material properties, i.e. the spectral signatures. So, classification of HS imagery is based on material properties. This thesis describes a framework to perform pixelwise classification of HS images of a fixed scene subject to varying...
master thesis 2017
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Fan, Hao (author)
This work focuses on the improvement of a capacitance-to-digital converter (CDC) based on iterative discharging. Time-domain interpolation is applied on the CDC. With such technology, a high-resolution CDC can be achieved while its fully digital feature can be kept. The proposed CDC achieves a resolution of 2.8fF and a FoM of 1.32pJ/step at 5...
master thesis 2017
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Zhou, Yuan (author)

master thesis 2017
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Sifaki, Charikleia (author)
In recent years, urban inundation modelling has been stimulated by technological advancements and an increase in data availability and quality. Diminution of modelling restrictions allowed for detailed methodologies, yet escalated the number of required parameters, leading to higher complexity and predictions’ uncertainty issues. In the present...
master thesis 2017
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Asadollahi, M. (author)
When modelling fluid fl ow in subsurface, the impact of solid deformation on fluid fl ow is often oversimplified/neglected in reservoir simulators. It is assumed that solid volume/s-tate of stress is a function of fluid pressure, while the opposite effect is not considered. This assumption is made mainly to reduce computational costs and...
master thesis 2017
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Koppenol, B.S. (author)
An ever-increasing demand for electricity pushes the wind energy industry to deep waters that favor floating concepts. Vertical axis wind turbines (VAWTs) failed for onshore applications in the 1980s, but its advantages raise the potential for competitive floating designs and ultimately lowering the cost of energy. This thesis aims to (1) better...
master thesis 2016
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Nodehi, Z. (author)
This thesis presents a study on the behavior of none-structural and structural glass at high temperatures. The main objective of this master thesis is to investigate the capabilities of different glass types when these are used as a structural element with fire resistant requirements. It is therefore important to develop an understanding of the...
master thesis 2016
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Tsiolis, G. (author)
A new fully integrated frequency reference has been designed, fabricated and measured. The goal of the design procedure has been high stability of the frequency over temperature variations. This should be achieved using a CMOS technology without MEMS and crystals, while being restricted by a very low power budget. The frequency is designed based...
master thesis 2011
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