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Gianfranceschi, Giuseppe (author), van Dijk, Robbin (author)
This research investigates the feasibility of a sensor patch for newborns. A sensor patch would be a device that is applied to the skin of the newborn. It can monitor the patient's temperature, heart rate, respiration rate, oxygen saturation and asses its general appearance of the skin so that it can check the newborn for jaundice. It should...
bachelor thesis 2020
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de Laat, Willem (author), Roeleveld, Rein (author)
The objective of the bachelor graduation project detailed in this thesis is to develop a wireless sensor patch that monitors the health of newborns. The sensor patch replaces the monitoring tasks of nurses during maternity care. The patch measures temperature, heart rate, oxygen saturation and bilirubin. Many babies are born with high bilirubin,...
bachelor thesis 2020
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Vizcarro Carretero, Marc (author)
Meaningful dual-polarized radar estimations suitable for radar meteorology require a cross-polarization discrimination (XPD) and isolation (XPI) in excess of 30 dB to reach a differential reflectivity accuracy lower than 0.1 dB. A planar dual-polarized patch antenna array featuring low cross-polarization is proposed to meet these requirements...
master thesis 2019
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Pugliatti, Mattia (author)
The decision on the dynamical model used to design a spacecraft’s trajectory is a fundamental choice influenced by many factors. The complexity of such a model affects the accuracy of the designed trajectory but also the difficulty of the design process. One approach to simplify this task consists of splitting the trajectory design process into...
master thesis 2018
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Teng, E. (author)
A road network is one of the core elements of urban environments, strongly defining their layout. Procedural modeling has been increasingly used to create such road networks. However, many procedural methods are complex and difficult to master by non-experts, often have a limited and hard-to-control expressive range, and require a variety of...
master thesis 2017
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Breukers, Y.P. (author)
Software vulnerabilities are a major enabler for cyberattacks, and are therefore responsible for a sizeable portion of the risk for large organisations in cyberspace. Little research has been done on the dynamics underlying this risk. The goal of this paper is to find how organisations and software vendors can influence the overall risk level as...
master thesis 2016
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Khan, A.S. (author)
The purpose of this research is to explore the role of LIDAR Technology and Digital Fabrication techniques in the field of architectural conservation, particularly for the patching of ornamental heritage. The information is compiled in the form of a guide. Information gathered via the aid of experiments and subsequent observations is also...
master thesis 2016
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Paraforou, V. (author)
The rapid development of wireless communication systems and the subsequent burst of wireless devices place several demands on the antenna designs. In particular, the development of high-performance radio systems require the adoption of broadband antennas featuring low profile, high gain, embedded installation and reduced manufacturing costs....
master thesis 2013
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Den Engelse, J.A. (author)
Load Sensing Bearing (LSB) units are based on the measurement of the elastic deformation of the outer ring of the bearing unit usually using strain gauges which are placed along the circumference of the bearing. The master thesis is aimed at estimating the lateral tire force of a vehicle wheel using the vehicle wheel bearing hub unit which is...
master thesis 2013
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Voermans, J.J. (author)
Little research was done in the past concerning the propagation of three dimensional effect in shallow wake flow caused by a roughness patch. Today’s research on related subjects is dominated by emerging obstructions in shallow water where the flow can be assumed as (quasi) two dimensional. However the relevance of a submerged obstruction with...
master thesis 2013
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Louh, Y. (author)
Millimeter wave sensor and communication technology may prove to be one of the key technologies of the 21st century covering a broad range of applications including high-speed telecommunication, medical diagnostics and security. The ultimate (commercial) success of these systems depends on their monolithic integration which brings about...
master thesis 2009
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