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Pilot Houtribdijk

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Pilot Houtribdijk aims at gathering evidence for the effectiveness of a sandy foreshore in front of a dike in specific circumstances.A sandy foreshore to strengthen a dike is already a proven solution on seashores. However, in other locations – lakes, for example – more evidence is needed.This data collection contains the monitoring data that was collected during pilot project 2014-2018.

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ZERO BRINE - Re-designing the value and supply chain of water and minerals: A circular economy approach for the recovery of resources from brine generated by process industries

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ZERO BRINE – ‘Re-designing the value and supply chain of water and minerals: A circular economy approach for the recovery of resources from saline impaired effluent generated by process industries’ advances circular economy business model solutions to reduce industrial saline wastewater streams by recovering and reusing the minerals and water from the brine in other industries, thus ‘closing the loop’ and improving the environmental impacts of production. ZERO BRINE is a 4-year Innovation Action (IA)...

High-resolution current meter and hydrographic data from the Irminger Current mooring array 2014-2015

Laura de Steur & M.F. (Femke) de Jong
The Irminger Current mooring array consists of 5 subsurface ocean moorings in the Irminger Current on the Reykjanes Ridge in the North Atlantic Ocean. The first high-resolution data set of oceanographic variables from instrumentation on these moorings was collected from 11 July 2014 to 10 July 2015. The moorings are named IC0, IC1, IC2, IC3, and IC4 going from west to east. The Irminger Current mooring array is part of the international Overturning of the...

Combined morphology surveys Delfland 2011-2016

Bart Roest
Combined morphology surveys of the Delfland coast after construction of the Sand Engine (2011 - 2016). (Bi-)monthy measurements of marine and aeolian morphology of the cross shore coastal profile over an alongshore extent of 17km, covering the whole Delfland coastal cell. Contains a combination of Zandmotor, NeMo, Vlugtenburg and JarKus data, interpolated from raw (surveypath) data to survey transects. Raw data is combined when surveys are performed within a short period from each other, and...

Data underlying the publication: Lactate metabolism and microbiome composition are affected by nitrogen gas supply in continuous lactate-based chain elongation

Carlos Contreras Davila, Arielle Ali, & David Strik
Chain elongation reactor microbiomes produce valuable medium-chain carboxylates (MCC) from non-sterile residual substrates where lactate is a relevant intermediate. Gas supply has been shown to impact chain elongation performance. In the present study, the effect of nitrogen gas (N2) supply on lactate metabolism, conversion rates, biomass growth and microbiome composition was evaluated in a lactate-fed upflow anaerobic reactor with continuous or intermittent N2 gas supply.

Greenhouse data experiment drip irrigation 2016

E.A. (Erik) van Os, E.L. (Louise) Wipfler, W.H.J. (Wim) Beltman, J.J.T.I. (Jos) Boesten, M.J.J. (Martine) Hoogsteen, A. (Ton) van der Linden, M. (Marieke) van der Staaij & G.L.A.M. (Gert-Jan) Swinkels
The 'Greenhouse data experiment drip irrigation 2016' file contains data gathered during the experiment as described in Wipfler et al. (2020), Testing of the Greenhouse Emission Model for application of plant protection products via drip irrigation. WENR report 3004. Climate parameters were collected from the Lets Grow database, these parameters include water supply, drain water flow, external rainwater intake, radiation outside (W/m2), realized temperature and relative humidity in greenhouse compartment.

Test voor FTP

Jan Van Der Heul
This is a test upload for the use of the FTP server

Data Set for Stochastic Aircraft Maintenance Check Scheduling

QICHEN DENG
Data set for stochastic aircraft maintenance check scheduling optimization.

Data underlying the publication: Virus spreading in ride-pooling networks. Can ride-pooling become a safe and sustainable mobility alternative for pandemic urban systems?

Rafal Kucharski
The dataset contains results of experiments for the study of our research https://arxiv.org/abs/2011.12770. Data is used to generate results with this reproducible notebook: https://github.com/RafalKucharskiPK/ExMAS/blob/master/ExMAS/spinoffs/corona/02_plots.ipynb
Files:- png with maps- .csv with epidemic modelling results (For any given day, the model outputs information about the number of travellers in each state (S-I-Q-R) and newly infected travellers, based on which we can reproduce epidemic spreading profiles.)
Abstract of the study:Urban mobility needs alternative sustainable travel modes to keep our pandemic...

data_analysis - Supporting material for \"A hardware-efficient leakage-reduction scheme for quantum error correction with superconducting transmon qubits\"

Francesco Battistel, Boris Varbanov & Barbara Terhal
code used for the analysis: average leakage lifetime, steady state, analysis of the Lindblad simulations, code that reproduces the analytical results about the res-LRU.The weight estimation and blossom decoder are available at https://github.com/obriente/qgarden
This data pertains to the publication https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.08336 and is part of a collection of supporting materials.See README for more information.

data_code_figures - Supporting material for \"A hardware-efficient leakage-reduction scheme for quantum error correction with superconducting transmon qubits\"

Francesco Battistel, Boris Varbanov & Barbara Terhal
Minimal data plotted in the paper figures, together with the code used to generate them.This data pertains to the publication https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.08336 and is part of a collection of supporting materials.See README for more information.

S17_raw_data_set1 - Supporting material for \"A hardware-efficient leakage-reduction scheme for quantum error correction with superconducting transmon qubits\"

Francesco Battistel, Boris Varbanov & Barbara Terhal
Surface code data generated using https://quantumsim.gitlab.io
This data pertains to the publication https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.08336 and is part of a collection of supporting materials.See README for more information.

Lindblad_raw_data - Supporting material for \"A hardware-efficient leakage-reduction scheme for quantum error correction with superconducting transmon qubits\"

Francesco Battistel, Boris Varbanov & Barbara Terhal
Full data produced by the Lindblad simulations (part of which is saved in the minimal data to reproduce the figures).This data pertains to the publication https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.08336 and is part of a collection of supporting materials.See README for more information.

JCVI-syn3A_F_rep3.hic, data supporting the paper: ‘Generating Chromosome Geometries in a Minimal Cell from Cryo-Electron Tomograms and Chromosome Conformation Capture Maps’

Fatema Zahra Rashid, Benjamin Gilbert, Zane Thornburg, Vinson Lam, John I. Glass, Elizabeth Villa, Remus T. Dame & Zaida Luthey-Schulten
A chromosome conformation capture map of JCVI-syn3A cultured to stationary phase.
3C-based study: 3C-SeqGrowth conditions: SP4-KO medium, 37 oC, stationary phaseFixation conditions: 1% formaldehyde, 1 hourRestriction enzyme: NlaIII (NEB)

Normal Form Autoencoder, data associated with the publication: ‘Learning normal form autoencoders for data-driven discovery of universal, parameter-dependent governing equations’.

Manu Kalia, Hil Meijer, Steven L. Brunton, J. Nathan Kutz & Christoph Brune
Training and test data sets and neural networks, for the normal form autoencoder: https://arxiv.org/abs/2106.05102

JAT - Jarkus Analysis Toolbox

Christa van IJzendoorn
The Jarkus Analysis Toolbox (JAT) is a Python-based open-source software, that can be used to analyze the Jarkus dataset. The Jarkus dataset is one of the most elaborate coastal datasets in the world and consists of coastal profiles of the entire Dutch coast, spaced about 250-500 m apart, which have been measured yearly since 1965. The main purpose of the JAT is to provide stakeholders (e.g. scientists, engineers and coastal managers) with the techniques that...

Mercury data supporting the manuscript \"Dam cascade unveils methylmercury dynamics in reservoirs\"

Ma Honghai
This data is used to support the manuscript "Dam cascade unveils methylmercury dynamics in reservoirs"; Collected sediment samples along the Mekong cascade reservoirs.

optimization_code - Further supporting material for \"A hardware-efficient leakage-reduction scheme for quantum error correction with superconducting transmon qubits\"

Francesco Battistel, Boris Varbanov & Barbara Terhal
Extract of the code used in Section IB for the optimization over t_p as described in the text.
This code pertains to the publication https://arxiv.org/abs/2102.08336 (after peer review) and is part of a collection of additional supporting materials.See README for more information.

Turbulent fluxes of carbon dioxide in the urban boundary layer

Lei Liu
A dataset of 520-hrs time series of co2 turbulent fluxes in the urban boundary layer. The turbulent fluxes is calculated by using eddy-covariance method.
The data type is Matlab cell (1 raw and 520 columns). You can open Matlab and use the function 'load' to read data. Each column is 1-hr time series. The sampling frequency is 10Hz. The unit of data is 'mmol m-2 sec-1'.

Impact-Aware Robotics Archives Collection

Alessandro Saccon
Collection used to gather all archives stored in the 4TU Research Data repository to be shown in the TU/e Impact-Aware Robotics Database

Impact-Aware Robotics Datasets

Alessandro Saccon
Collection used to gather all archives stored in the 4TU Research Data repository to be shown in the TU/e Impact-Aware Robotics Database

Jarkus Analysis Toolbox: parameter extraction from coastal profiles

Christa van IJzendoorn
The Jarkus Analysis Toolbox (JAT) is a Python-based open-source software, that can be used to analyze the Jarkus dataset. The Jarkus dataset is one of the most elaborate coastal datasets in the world and consists of coastal profiles of the entire Dutch coast, spaced about 250-500 m apart, which have been measured yearly since 1965. The main purpose of the JAT is to provide stakeholders (e.g. scientists, engineers and coastal managers) with the techniques that...

Raw data of the EXPensive Optimization benchmark library (EXPObench)

Laurens Bliek, Mathijs de Weerdt & Sicco Verwer
These are the raw data of the results of several surrogate-based optimization algorithms, applied to four different real-life expensive optimization problems. Included are the computation time used by the algorithm, time spent on evaluating the expensive objective function, and the values of the decision variables and the objective at every iteration and at the optimum.
A file to plot the results is also included, and the plots itself as well.

Data underlying the publication: \"Zwitterionic Dendrimer – Polymer Hybrid Copolymers for Self-Assembling Antifouling Coatings\"

Esther Roeven, Luc M.W. Scheres, Maarten M.J. Smulders & Han Zuilhof
Two different routes to synthesize polymer-dendrimer hybrids by the coupling of poly(L-lysine) and zwitterionic dendrimers (ZIDs) for self-assembling antifouling coatings. Their potential use as antifouling coatings was tested by fluorescence microscopy and quartz crystal microbalance.

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