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Hubers, H.J.C. (author), Turrin, M. (author), Erbas, I. (author), Chatzikonstantinou, I. (author)
project faces challenges in properly sharing information across disciplines. This research developed a method and related digital tool to improve collaborative design and aimed at making selected information to be shared faster and more transparently. The method consists of developing alternative parametric solutions for different parts of the...
conference paper 2014
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Shen, C. (author)
A sustainable stadium made from bamboo
master thesis 2014
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Van Der Steen, J.D. (author)
Application development for reusing structural stadium elements in a new project and configuration through implementation of a genetic algorithm.
master thesis 2014
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Naji Osama, M. (author)
The project is about a world-cup stadium for Qatar 2022 which uses water-based systems for cooling and consumption.
master thesis 2014
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Reinders, J.R. (author)
The amount and size of the Olympic facilities have outgrown the needs of host cities. Most Olympic venues cannot be used after the event and maintenance is extremely expensive. Therefore cities cannot optimally benefit from the catalysing effect that mega-events, such as the Olympics, can have on host cities. An over-production of sport venues...
master thesis 2014
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Timmers, J.J. (author)
Stadiums which are built for large events like, the Olympic Games and the FIFA World Cup are often not used after the events. Next to that is land space in urban areas becoming scarce in the near future. Therefore multiple use of land will become more important. A solution for the empty stadiums is to make use of demountable stadiums. These...
master thesis 2013
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Klomp, M.C. (author)
Large sport events require multiple large scale stadiums. However, often there is insufficient local demand to make use of all the stadiums throughout their lifetime. Hence, more and more high quality large scale stadiums, built for a onetime event, become vacant after the event. This research aims to design the structural configuration of the...
master thesis 2013
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Boom, I. (author)
Introduction A tensile-compression ring structure is derived from the spoke wheel principle. The general shape of the ground plan of a regular football stadium, which is more oval or rectangular shaped, is in contradiction with the spoke wheel principle. The goal of the thesis is to investigate the use and attractiveness of the spoke wheel...
master thesis 2012
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Fransen, R. (author), Vermeulen, K.D. (author)
Each four years for every World Cup event, 10 large stadiums are needed. These stadiums fulfill their purpose for only one month and afterwards the hosting country will be left with stadiums too big for their own competition or needs. The step from football stadium to multifunctional stadium is already made, in our view the next step is turning...
master thesis 2012
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Loosjes, M. (author)
During this master thesis, research is done on the structural feasibility of a demountable football stadium. To avoid derelict stadiums after one-off events such as the World Cup or Olympic Games, a solution is found in the application of a demountable stadium that can be relocated once a year. The goal of the research is to present a...
master thesis 2011
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Van den Boogaard, T. (author)
In recent years, various types of plate-like timber materials have been introduced to the building industry, offering a wide range of new possibilities. Due to a lack of knowledge on these possibilities, in the Netherlands, the material is not used as often as could be expected. To explore the boundaries of timber engineering, in this thesis, it...
master thesis 2011
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Seol, M. (author)
master thesis 2011
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Van Ommeren, J.I. (author)
Homo Ludens post Olympicum-a post-Olympic Livable stadium for the Bijlmermeer. see www.smartchitecture.nl
master thesis 2011
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Den Hollander, A.H. (author)
Many stadiums are built for large tournaments like the European Championship, World Championship, and Olympic Games. These stadiums need large investments and will be used below their capacity after the tournaments. A portable stadium could avoid the vacancy and optimise the use of material and the site. In this thesis the development towards a...
master thesis 2010
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Verhaar, G.V.A. (author)
research questions: -How can you develop a compact Olympic Games that also can be reused or redeveloped for the period after the Olympics? -How can you create a (sport) accommodation that can be used for multiple functions (and on different locations) by using the water as an advantage and quality?
master thesis 2009
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Kempen, S.W. (author)
I studied the initial stage (inception stage) of integrated stadium projects. Based on this research I developed a prototype of a computer application which would support HBM with the preparation of integrated offers. The latter includes information of a stadium design, its development costs, financing and the potential operational revenues and...
master thesis 2008
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