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Brummel, Salomon (author)
In the field of fatigue testing in laboratory conditions, the common practice is uniaxial testing (i.e. in tension). The real-life loads on structures are usually not limited to one direction but contain multiaxial components. For this kind of testing, the ship and offshore structures department of Delft University of Technology developed a...
master thesis 2018
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Abrahamse, Marijn (author)
Fatigue crack monitoring is essential to Ship and Offshore structures, in order to guarantee structural integrity and safety on board. Regular inspections, which are currently performed manually are hazardous, costly and infrequent. The CrackGuard JIP has the goal of developing a system for reliable monitoring of fatigue cracks based on the...
master thesis 2018
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Norbruis, Joris (author)
A global focus on the shift to renewable energy has introduced international targets for sustainable energy production, which have strongly increased the interest in offshore wind turbines (OWT’s). In order to make offshore wind energy even more competitive, the levelised cost of energy for this industry has to be brought down. One of the OWT...
master thesis 2017
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Jansen, R.D. (author)
master thesis 2016
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