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van Cuilenborg, D.A. (author)
The Train Unit Shunting Problem (TUSP) is a well studied problem within the NS (Dutch Railways). TUSP is a problem where trains have to be routed on a shunting yard such that maintenance tasks can be performed and no collisions occur. Furthermore, incoming trains have to be matched to outgoing trains, since trains of the same type can be used...
master thesis 2020
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Stelmach, Fabian (author)
This research is focused on the proactive-reactive rescheduling process of the Train Unit Shunting Problem (TUSP) on train maintenance shunting yards. An important difference between a scheduling process and the rescheduling process is that a reschedule must be both feasible and desirable (similar to pre-schedule), while a schedule does not...
master thesis 2020
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Baurichter, Matthijs (author)
Computers are preferred above humans when dealing with information processing because of the great memory and fast computing times. The use of algorithms within complex planning processes is an interesting research field. These algorithms should help human planners with the planning process and therefore are called Planning Assistance Tools (PAT...
master thesis 2020
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Bao, Shiwei (author)
This research tackles the Train Unit Shunting Problem (TUSP) in train maintenance service sites. Many researches focus on producing feasible solutions, but only a few of them concentrate on the robustness of solutions. In reality, it is preferred to generate robust plans against unpredictable disturbances. Besides, the approach is expected to...
master thesis 2018
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Beerthuizen, Erik (author)
This thesis proposes several methods to solve the planning of parking and servicing of trains in a shunting yard. Management of temporary superfluous resources and maintenance is a recurring topic in many fields. Trains visit a service yard regularly to be cleaned, maintained, and to store them outside rush hours. These activities are currently...
master thesis 2018
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Xu, L. (author), Heidary Shalmany, S. (author), Huijsing, J.H. (author), Makinwa, K.A.A. (author)
This letter presents the most accurate shunt-based high-side current sensor ever reported. It achieves a 25 V input common-mode range from a single 1.8-V supply by using a beyond-the-rails ADC. A hybrid analog/digital temperature compensation scheme is proposed to simplify the circuit implementation while maintaining the state-of-the-art...
journal article 2018
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Khalilnezhad, H. (author), Popov, M. (author), van der Sluis, L. (author), Bos, Jorrit A. (author), de Jong, Jan P.W. (author), Ametani, Akihiro (author)
Zero-missing is a phenomenon in shunt compensated cable systems in which the current through the line breaker does not cross the zero point for several cycles. This paper deals with a thorough investigation on countermeasures of the zero-missing phenomenon in transmission systems and determines the requirements, benefits, and risks of...
journal article 2018
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Xu, L. (author), Huijsing, J.H. (author), Makinwa, K.A.A. (author)
This paper presents a fully integrated shunt-based current sensor that supports a 25-V input common-mode range while operating from a single 1.5-V supply. It uses a highvoltage beyond-the-rails ADC to directly digitize the voltage across an on-chip shunt resistor. To compensate for the shunt’s large temperature coefficient of resistance (∼0.335%...
journal article 2018
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Gomez Briones, Gabriela (author)
The building sector contributes to 36% of the total CO emissions in Europe. Solar energy is considered one of the most promising solutions to reduce CO2 emissions from building-related energy demands. Building-integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) have acquired special interest due to their dual purpose of generating clean energy and act as a...
master thesis 2017
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Heidary Shalmany, S. (author), Draxelmayr, Dieter (author), Makinwa, K.A.A. (author)
This paper presents an integrated shunt-based current-sensing system (CSS) capable of handling ±36-A currents, the highest ever reported. It also achieves a 0.3% gain error and a 400-μA offset, which is significantly better than the state-of-the-art systems. The heart of the system is a robust 260-μ Ω shunt resistor made from the lead frame...
journal article 2017
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Heidary Shalmany, S. (author), Draxelmayr, Dieter (author), Makinwa, K.A.A. (author)
This paper presents an integrated current-sensing system (CSS) that is intended for the use in battery-powered devices. It consists of a 10 mΩ on-chip metal shunt resistor, a switched-capacitor (SC) ΔΣ ADC, and a dynamic bandgap reference (BGR) that provides the ADC's reference voltage and also senses the shunt's temperature. The CSS is realized...
journal article 2016
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Bontekoning, Y.M. (author)
The implementation of hub-and-spoke networks in intermodal transport is suggested as one of the potential solutions for helping to increase the intermodal market share. Traditionally, trains are shunted at hubs; this is a time-consuming process. Since the early 1990s a new type of intermodal terminal, specifically designed for fast tran-shipment...
doctoral thesis 2006
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