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Hopman, Luuk (author)
Asphalt concrete is one of the most widely used materials in modern road construction. Predicting its functional properties is crucial in the design of new asphalt concrete mixtures. However, current prediction models are limited in accuracy and applicability due to the complex nature of asphalt concrete properties. This thesis researches the...
master thesis 2023
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Mauro, F. (author), Conti, Fabien (author), Vassalos, Dracos (author)
Real-time assessment of flooding risk associated with the collision between two ships, requires a fast estimation of damage dimensions and associated survivability. The state-of-the-art frameworks for risk assessment on passenger ships do not consider a direct evaluation of damages through crash simulations but refer to probabilistic...
journal article 2023
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Bouman, Susan (author)
Despite advanced communication, monitoring, and control facilities, train operations are still subject to uncertainties that can disturb train services, cause delay to multiple trains, and propagate through the network. One option is to mitigate delay propagation in the timetable design by adding buffer time to the minimum difference between the...
master thesis 2022
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Seda, Edwin (author)
Dutch Housing associations (HA’s) are responsible for producing, maintaining, and managing about 30% of all Dutch housing stock. HA’s draw up their investment forecasts yearly for the next 5 years to construct, improve or maintain homes and other real estate investments. Since 2013, the realization rate of new construction plans by HA’s, which...
master thesis 2022
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van der Veer, Irene (author)
Extreme precipitation can be characterized by the tail behavior of precipitation probability distributions.The tail contains the most extreme precipitation events and tells something about both the magnitude and frequency of these events. Here the heaviness amplification factor is used to represent the tail behavior. This research determines the...
master thesis 2022
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Wilkesmann, Florian (author)
Around the world, authorities try to increase the attractiveness of multimodal public transport (PT)-related trips to reduce car usage. To achieve this, a seamless combination between the different modes is necessary. The Dutch train station operator NS tries to enhance the combination of the bike and train by providing a train station-based...
master thesis 2022
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de Bruijn, Douwe S. (author), ten Eikelder, Henricus R.A. (author), Papadimitriou, V. (author), Olthuis, Wouter (author), van den Berg, Albert (author)
The assessment of particle and cell size in electrical microfluidic flow cytometers has become common practice. Nevertheless, in flow cytometers with coplanar electrodes accurate determination of particle size is difficult, owing to the inhomogeneous electric field. Pre-defined signal templates and compensation methods have been introduced to...
journal article 2022
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Shek, Ka-Way (author)
In the past decades, beach nourishments have been widely applied along the coast of the Netherlands. Different studies on beach nourishment have been conducted over the years. Most of these studies regard the design, execution method, morpho- and hydrodynamic behaviour, and ecological impact. However, the relationship between the design aspects...
master thesis 2021
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Monica Sidarta, Monica (author)
Inaccurate truck cycle time (TCT) prediction in earthworks impacts construction projects because more equipment and human resources must be added to complete the project. It also increases fuel consumption and emissions from the machinery. However, the current method gives inaccurate prediction because of subjectivity and human error. <br/>This...
master thesis 2021
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Mohammadi, S. (author), de Vries, Bauke (author), Rafiee, Azarakhsh (author), Esfandiari, Masoud (author), Dias, Eduardo (author)
Applying any sustainable intervention in the urban energy system requires fundamental knowledge of the energy demand dynamics. Only when we can predict the users' energy demand at any given time with accuracy, we can redesign the urban energy system. Accordingly, the main objective of this paper is to determine the annual electricity usage of...
journal article 2021
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Oderwald Blázquez, Adrian (author)
In riverine environments under anaerobic conditions, methane and carbon dioxide are produced as a result of biological activity, causing degradation of organic matter. Under aerobic conditions, the bacteria present degrade the organic matter, whereby the concentration of dissolved oxygen may be lowered. Thus, issues experienced in the...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Wang, Xinyi (author)
This research explored two types of models, ARIMA and multiple linear regression, for forecasting tourist counts in 7 locations around Amsterdam red light district, for the prediction horizon of up to 30 minutes.
student report 2020
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Lánský, Imke (author)
In recent years, the demand for 3D spatial information and 3D city models has increased, as they support and allow many different applications, e.g. noise simulations, energy demand estimations, and shadow analysis. Constructing a city model with 3D buildings requires elevation data (such as LiDAR or Digital Terrain Models), but unfortunately,...
master thesis 2020
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Groeneveld, William (author)
An issue that arises during the execution of shipbuilding engineering projects at Royal IHC is an imbalance between the sum of all necessary engineering work, and all engineers that are employed who are available to execute the work. This research aims to develop a new method to help establish a proposal engineering work schedule forecast for...
master thesis 2019
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Bebelaar, Niek (author)
Low-cost air quality sensors can fill gaps between the sparse measurements done with high-quality national monitoring grids and might contribute to creating a more complete understanding of air pollution in an urban area. However, until there is no agreement on what degree of sensor accuracy is acceptable, the sensor data quality should be...
master thesis 2019
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Spruijt, Pieter (author)
To reduce global warming and air pollution, the maritime industry is searching for solutions to reduce fuel consumption. This thesis focuses on the reduction of generator running hours and fuel consumption of Dynamically Positioned (DP) vessels. In this ship type, redundancy of the power generation system is regularly achieved by running on one...
master thesis 2018
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Koppenol, D.C. (author), Vermolen, F.J. (author), Koppenol-Gonzalez, Gabriela V. (author), Niessen, Frank B. (author), van Zuijlen, Paul P.M. (author), Vuik, Cornelis (author)
A continuum hypothesis-based model is developed for the simulation of the contraction of burns in order to gain new insights into which elements of the healing response might have a substantial influence on this process. Tissue is modeled as a neo-Hookean solid. Furthermore, (myo)fibroblasts, collagen molecules, and a generic signaling molecule...
journal article 2016
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