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van den Boogaard, Tim (author)
Transportation of slurries over a distance has always been one of the main objectives for the dredging industry. To accomplish a transport, centrifugal dredge pumps and mixture pipelines need to be perfectly intertwined. For the centrifugal dredge pump, available information is relatively scattered or confidential. The performance of a...
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El Mir, Ursula (author)
Traditionally, the different energy sectors, such as electricity and heat, are planned and operated separately and independently from each other. In the 1990s, electricity generation in Europe was dominated by conventional fuel sources like coal and oil, followed by gas. Due to the eventual depletion of those sources, and to escape from the...
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Boersma, Floris (author)
This thesis is the third study of a research line that focuses on the interface stability of a rubble mound sand retaining structure. The type of interface considered is a geometrically open granular filter because of its economical and constructional benefits. The stability of an open filter structure in which the base layer is located on top...
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Rawat, A. (author)
Governments across the world looking to implement Open Government Data (OGD) initiatives undergo many problems. One such problem is the risk to privacy from opening data sets as most of the data is at a microdata level which corresponds to specific individuals. A solution to such a predicament is the application of Statistical Disclosure Control...
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van den Berg, Noah (author)
A proposal is made on how to design and create an openable surface in a mono material 3D printed tiny house that consists out of recycled PET.
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de Graaf, Maarten (author)
As open science has attracted attention within the academic world, the potential for innovative ways of information sharing offers multiple benefits, such as increased opportunities for collaboration an enhanced research transparency (Forrester, 2015). However, a transition from traditional science to the realm of open science requires vast...
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Babu Gheethaa, Mukkund (author)
A high-resolution hydrological solver that solves on time-adaptive grids is created. The solver uses h-refinement strategies which adapts the resolution of the grid using a posteriori measure. It is based on an open-source scientific computing library named PETSc. With the use of highly scalable time-stepping solvers provided by PETSc, an...
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Dale, H.E. (author)
A city is not a single entity. It is a vast collection of intimate narratives, crisscrossing and connecting in an ever-changing tapestry of movement and activity. Supporting this colourful and complex ecosystem in the most effective way is an ongoing challenge for governments, planners and architects.<br/><br/>An approach which can be seen in...
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Muijlwijk, S. (author)
This graduation project is focused on a re-interpretation of the design of a high-rise building from an urban design perspective, to contribute to a more inclusive city. This is captured by the main research question: In which manner could the design of a high-rise building in the context of the Binckhorst The Hague, from the perspective of...
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Keukens, M.E. (author)
The poor neighbourhood of Bandarharjo in Semarang, Indonesia is faced with unprecedented existential threats. The land is sinking, while the sea rises and monsoon floods intensify. The current generic building culture is not ready to face these problems. Historically, however, the indigenous architecture of Indonesia had a very rich palette of...
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Grofelnik, L. (author)
Skopje has developed through a series of erasures and periods of rebuilding, each time with an aim to establish a new order. Conversely, the common culture can be best recognized in self organized commercial spaces in the city, which emerge from activities taking place and forming the physical. The city centre is fragmented in pieces of imposed...
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Chi, S. (author)
The graduation project is about exploring an alternative development strategy for Beijing. The project reflects on the grand blueprint of Beijing planning and the original way for urban renewal. It discusses the death of the arrival cities in this planning context and a series of social problems caused thereby.<br/>Taking the mitigation of such...
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Jansen, Celine (author)
Nowadays, lots of geo-information (GI) is openly available. The value of this information lies in its use. Geoportals play an important part in allowing users to discover and access suitable data for their use cases. However, the user-friendliness of these geoportals is not as it should be. As the communicational layer between a system and its...
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Hazenoot, Thomas (author)
In the past few years, many companies have made the transition from an office with closed working spaces, towards open offices. The Dutch office of IKEA CBF made the transition to an open office in 2016, to support an activity-based way of working. This new way of working has to lead to an increase in complaints, about noise and distractions...
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Brandwijk, Noah (author)
A platform needs to have sufficient market potential, represented by the number of users who can join a platform. Platform openness affects the ease of actors joining the platform. Hence, in order to increase the chances of platform success, platforms want to maximize market potential and consequently also platform openness. This is problematic...
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van den Heuvel, Job (author)
WeGrowCo, reintroduced the open-building ideology of John Habraken and Frans van der Werf within the organic design proces of a new neighborhood at Strandeiland, Ijburg. WeGrowCo proves that open-building has a large potential to grow, make and build adaptable and self-sufficient neighborhoods together with inhabitants. Before buildings are...
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Lammersen, Steven (author)
Research and design for a more circular built environment, focused on the 'open building typology' and the technical aspects of 'design for disassembly'. Design focused on the city of Groningen.
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Stevers, A.V. (author), Roy, E.I. (author), Doan, T.Q. (author), Ramlakhan, R.J.K. (author), Wu, J. (author), Nur An Nisa Milyana, N.A. (author)
Open dumping, open burning and burying of municipal solid waste (MSW) can be the cause environmental and public health issues. These practices are more prevalent in developing countries such as Mexico,where proper waste management systems are not present. Considering the environmental and health issues, it is therefore important to minimise the...
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Kypriotakis-Weijers, Alex (author)
The research attempts to investigate the workings and potentialities of videogames as a medium for participatory design and practices of commoning in architecture. The analysis begins with exploring videogames as non-normative experiences and the effects of those experiences on the players which lead to the emergence of the game commune; a force...
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Şutîi, Victor (author)
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