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Cömert, Tolga (author)
Tropical cyclones have the ability to very quickly increase in strength. This process is called rapid intensification and as a result, tropical cyclones can transform into hurricanes. Rapid intensification is related to the availability of heat and the amount of negative feedback of the ocean on the tropical cyclone. Negative feedback results in...
student report 2018
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van der Schans, Timmy (author)
In this work, the doctoral thesis of G.S.J. Sturm on microwave reactors was continued. Microwave reactors are developed, because they have potential to increase safety and economically reduce waste. This work focused on microwaves and chemical processes, instead of just heating water, by designing a travelling microwave reactor for non-oxidative...
master thesis 2017
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McGibbon, S.T. (author)
The housing estate of Nieuw Kattenburg is a Late-Modernist housing area consisting of many system-built slab buildings. This has been offering affordable housing and was built by the municipality of Amsterdam over fifty years ago. It is situated adjacent to the Amsterdam marine terrain which is now in the process of decommissioning and will be...
master thesis 2016
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Hopman, P.T. (author)
To improve the design of soil retaining walls in narrow trenches, a design optimization tool is introduced by Hosseinzadeh and Joosse (2015). This design optimisation tool is an intensification factor on the passive earth pressure coefficient Kp, that includes the effect of overlapping passive zones. The authors argue that the passive earth...
master thesis 2016
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Huang, S. (author)
The project discusses how the water system can be transformed with integrated (intensification) strategies, in order to improve the three challenges (flooding, urban sprawl and energy consumption) in Houston suburban.
master thesis 2015
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Kupfernagel, J. (author)
This report provides an analysis of competitive advantages for a new way of producing and supplying chemicals in a concept called Economy of Chain (EoC). By applying this concept existing supply chain architecture is transformed. Economy of Chain is a modular production concept, with the help of process intensified equipment the reactor sizes...
master thesis 2015
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Sundermann, K. (author)
master thesis 2014
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Van Dijk, X.G.P. (author)
The project is the result of a combination of operations performed on the site adjacent to Fatih mosque. It aims to programmatically complete the area’s nucleus to adequately provide for a pluralistic society in conjunction with Fatih mosque that currently dominates the area with its singular religious program. The essential objective is to...
master thesis 2014
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Walpot, H.E. (author)
Residue curve maps are theoretically generated to assess the feasibility of a reactive distillation concept for the production of n-propyl propionate (ProPro). This product is a widely used solvent in industry and is synthesized by the heterogeneous catalyzed esterification reaction of 1-propanol (ProOH) and propionic acid (ProAc). The...
master thesis 2011
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Buinevicius, V. (author)
master thesis 2011
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Hertzberger, H.M.D. (author)
This thesis is the result of a graduation project, conducted at the financial consultancy firm Maritime Transport and Business Solutions, to fulfill the Master of Science program Management of Technology at the faculty of Technology, Policy and Management at Delft University of Technology. This thesis comes forth out the increasing awareness of...
master thesis 2010
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Kasraian Moghaddam, D. (author)
Under the topic of compactness, strategies for intensification of dwellings and activities are high on the agenda. However, it is necessary to first locate and evaluate the potential locations for intensification of each program or mixed uses. This project introduces a systematic approach to measure the capacity for intensification, its program...
master thesis 2010
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