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Data from: Apoplastic effectors, MAMPs and surface immune receptors- the battlefront of the Phytophthora infestans - potato interaction

Potato late blight is caused by the oomycete pathogen Phytophthora infestans, which triggered the great Irish famine in the 1840s. In this thesis, I studied various apoplastic effectors from P. infestans and their receptors in the host, with the ultimate aim to achieve a broader and more durable resistance to late blight.

Replication package Separation of transport in slow and fast time-scales using modulated heat pulse experiments (hysteresis in flux explained)

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Old and recent experiments show that there is a direct response to the heating power of transport observed in modulated ECH experiments both in tokamaks and stellarators. This is most apparent for modulated experiments in the Large Helical Device (LHD) and in Wendelstein 7 advanced stellarator (W7-AS). In this paper we show that:1) This power dependence can be reproduced by linear models and as such hysteresis (in flux) has no relationship to hysteresis as defined...

OpenFoam Models Stability XblocPlus Crest Element

This dataset contains the input and output files of OpenFoam models. The models are used to nummerically determine the stability of a XblocPlus element. The 2D porous wave model and a 3D single phase model are stable. The 3D multiphase model is unstable.

Power handling and vapor shielding of pre-filled lithium divertor targets

This dataset is the replication package on experimentation and modeling, accompanying the paper: Power handling and vapor shielding of pre-filled lithium divertor targets Magnum-PSI

Generated and industrial PNML models with generated log traces (in XES)

This data set consists of two sets of models and log traces. Generated PNML andXES instances, and small-scale industrial PNML models with generated XES traces.Used in the paper "Maximizing Synchronization for Aligning Observed and Modelled Behaviour" - BPM'18

Agent-Based Model for Information Flows of Rohingya Refugee Camps in Cox's Bazaar, Bangladesh

This is a simulation model for Rohingya refugee camps condition in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. The main objective is to behaviorally simulate different monitoring time cycle implementation of humanitarian organization(s) assigned for the monitoring process. Currently, as of August 2018, IOM is the sole monitoring organization for Rohingya refugee camps in Cox's Bazar. Through exploratory data input, the monitoring mechanism under various monitoring conditions (including possibility of information sharing mechanism within different monitoring organizations) can be...

Complete dataset for Converging-Diverging Nozzle

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Cavitation dynamics in a converging-diverging nozzle are investigated experimentally. Shadowgraphy is used to visualize and analyze different cavitation regimes and the corresponding complete dataset is provided. This dataset will help researchers for validation of their numerical models. The related publications describe the mechanisms which are responsible for partial/ periodic cavitation.

Spontaneous spreading movie of PCE10:[60]PCBM

Spontaneous spreading movie of a chlorobenzene solution containing the photoactive materials PCE10 and [60]PCBM to which DIO is added as co-solvent. Figure 4.21 and chapter 4.2 of the thesis. Parent DatasetSpontaneous spreading of active layers for organic solar cellsMovies show the fabrication of active layers for organic solar cells by the spontaneous spreading technique. Here, a Petri dish is filled with water serving as a substrate for film formation. The resulting film can be transferred...

Spontaneous spreading movie PCDTBT

Spontaneous spreading movies of PCDTBT mixed with [60]PCBM dissolved in chlorobenzene to which DIO is added as co-solvent. Both a low and high amount of solution have been used for spontaneous spreading resulting in a thin or thick active layer. Parent DatasetSpontaneous spreading of active layers for organic solar cellsMovies show the fabrication of active layers for organic solar cells by the spontaneous spreading technique. Here, a Petri dish is filled with water serving as...

Spontaneous spreading and transfer movie PDPP2T-TT

Spontaneous spreading movie of a PDPP2T-TT:[60]PCBM solution in chlorobenzene containing DIO as a co-solvent. The resulting active layer can be transferred to a device substrate. Parent DatasetSpontaneous spreading of active layers for organic solar cellsMovies show the fabrication of active layers for organic solar cells by the spontaneous spreading technique. Here, a Petri dish is filled with water serving as a substrate for film formation. The resulting film can be transferred to a device substrate....

Spontaneous spreading of active layers for organic solar cells

Movies show the fabrication of active layers for organic solar cells by the spontaneous spreading technique. Here, a Petri dish is filled with water serving as a substrate for film formation. The resulting film can be transferred to a device substrate. This method allows the fabrication of novel solar cell architectures by transferring multiple layers on top of each other. The results obtained by the spontaneous spreading method for the fabrication of organic solar cells...

Data from: Reconstructing lateral migration rates in meandering systems - a novel Bayesian approach combining OSL dating and historical maps

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Identifying lateral migration rates of meandering rivers is relevant both for fluvial geomorphology and to support river management. Lateral migration rates for contemporary meandering systems are often reconstructed based on sequential remote-sensing images or historical maps; however, the time frame for which these sources are available is limited and hence likely to represent fluvial systems subjected to human influence. Here, we propose to use scroll bar sequences as an archive to look further back in...

Supplementary materials for the paper: Adaptive automation: automatically (dis)engaging automation during visually distracted driving.

Supplementary materials for the paper Cabrall, C. D. D., Janssen, N., & De Winter (in press). Adaptive automation: Automatically (dis)engaging automation during visually distracted driving. PeerJ Computer Science.

Supplementary data for the paper: Situation awareness based on eye movements in relation to the task environment.

Supplementary data for the paper: de Winter, J.C.F., Eisma, Y.B., Cabrall, C.D.D., Hancock, P.A., and Stanton, N.A.; Situation awareness based on eye movements in relation to the task environment; Cognition, Technology and Work.

Time-series of monthly mean steric sea levels

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This dataset with monthly mean sea levels complements the Global Tide and Surge Reanalysis (GTSR) dataset. The GTSR time-series do not includes variations in mean sea level driven by changes in water mass and water density. We estimated the density effect by computing the monthly mean steric sea levels based on temperature and salinity data profiles. The algorithm is developed by Amiruddin et al., (2015; ). We use monthly means of global gridded temperature and...

Data and algorithms underlying "Hydrological interpretation of a statistical measure of basin complexity"

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Data and algorithms underlying paper "Hydrological interpretation of a statistical measure of basin complexity."

Two different sections of a 3D Phase Field Simulations

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This video shows results of 3D Phase Field simulation of cyclic partial phase transformation at two different 2D sections. The interfaces show different behaviors at these two different 2D sections. This simulation has been conducted in Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.

3D Phase Field Simulation

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This video shows results of 3D Phase Field simulation of cyclic partial phase transformation using MICRESS software. Back ad Forth migration of austenite/ferrite interfaces during partial transformations are explicitly visible in this video. This simulation has been conducted in Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands.

Dutch adults

J.M. Dirken, L.P.A. Steenbekkers, Daanen, A.I.M Voorbij &
The most recent version of the DINED-series was based on two sources. The first is the Geron-project 1993-1998 of the TU Delft Ergonomics group (see also the Geron 1998 table), which provides the basic body dimensions. Second source is the Caesar-project from TNO Human Factors Soesterberg, which provides the circumferences. (2004)

Dutch elderly 1998

C.E.M. Van Beijsterveldt, J.M. Dirken, J.J. Houtkamp, J.F.M. Molenbroek, L.P.A Steenbekkers & A.I.M. Voorbij
The TU Delft Geron project was a national study in which 750 subjects, who lived independently, were assessed. In total about 80 variables, all more or less important for product use, were measured. The sample consisted of four age groups ranging from 50 to over 80 years of age; a group of young people (20 - 30 years) was also studied for the purpose of comparison (see DINED 2004 table). Women and men participated in...

Dutch elderly 1984

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This data was measured in 1982 in cooperation with Gemeentelijke Dienst Verpleging en Verzorging, the association for elderly care and housing in The Hague. (1984)

Dutch children

L.P.A Steenbekkers, J.J Houtkamp, H. Lok, H.J Arisz, B Kip, J.M. Dirken &
This study contains the measurements of children aged 2 - 12 years. (1993)

Dutch students 1986

This study is the result of a third year practicum with Delft Industrial Design Engineering students, measurements on students are done in three successive years.

Dutch students 2016

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This study contains measurements of 347 Dutch students taking part in the first year of the Industrial Design Engineer Bachelor's programme at TU Delft. Measurements were conducted in 2014 in the traditional way, with calipers and tape in combination with a measurement chair. (2016)

In-situ High Temperature Electron Back-Scatter Diffraction (HT EBSD) maps

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This video shows the in-situ high temperature Electron Backscatter Diffraction measurements during cyclic partial phase transformations in an Fe-0.056C-2.0Mn (all in mass%) alloy. The video includes the recorded OIM maps and the time and temperature for each measurement. This experiment has been conducted in the Zernike Institute for Advanced Materials, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.

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