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Niaounakis, T.K. (author)
Driven by a quest for efficiency, many Western countries have witnessed merger waves across the entire breadth of their public sectors. The underlying assumption is that economies of scale exist in public service delivery; the idea that the average cost of public services decreases as the size of public organizations increases. The analysis of...
doctoral thesis 2021
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Eroğlu, Ibrahim (author)
In this thesis, the main objective is to argue and address the best fitting micro grid electric distribution system for a typical water-pump systems whereby the primary energy sources is renewable. So far, the grid whose main sources were wind, fossil fuel and solar energy has achieved the energy supply for the pump located at 51° 26’ 58” N and...
master thesis 2019
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Leo, T. (author)
Hydraulic fracturing is a stimulation method to serve the enhancement of well productivity. The fracture creates a high conductive pathway into the formation. This improves the flow performance, bypasses damage and possibly connects additional dynamic gas. In the Netherlands, 252 wells were hydraulically fractured since 1954. This constitutes...
master thesis 2017
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Paulides, C.A.M. (author)
The Zechstein carbonates are an established petroleum play in North-West Europe including the Netherlands. Several undrilled Zechstein buildups have been identified around the Elbow Spit High in the northern part of the North Sea with GIIPs ranging from 1 to 109 m3. Since only few wells penetrate the Zechstein carbonates in this area, little...
master thesis 2016
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