718 Works

Constructing dataset of classified drainage areas based on surface water-supply patterns in High Mountain Asia

Jieyu Lu
The High Mountain Asia (HMA) region is a geographical unit, holds the largest reservoir of glaciers and snow outside Earth poles, ranging from the Hindu Kush and Tien Shan in the west to the Eastern Himalaya, with altitude between 2000 to 8844m. In last decades, numerous glaciers and lake areas there have undergone tremendous changes, where the formation of surface runoff, glacier meltwater are the main sources of water inflow to lakes, modulating the distribution...

Supplementary data for the article: Emergency braking at intersections: A motion-base motorcycle simulator study

N. (Natália) Kovácsová, Marco Grottoli, F. (Francesco) Celiberti, Y. (Yves) Lemmens, R. (Riender) Happee, M.P. (Marjan) Hagenzieker & Joost de Winter
This dataset includes a word file describing motion cueing algorithm & learning curves, an illustrative video of the experiment, Matlab scripts, vehicles' s profiles and simulated world characteristics, Oculus Rift settings, and questionnaire data.

Supplementary data to the paper: Surgery as a viable alternative first-line treatment for prolactinoma patients. A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Amir Zamanipoor Najafabadi
The dataset includes parts of the systematic review and meta-analysis used in the article: Surgery as a viable alternative first-line treatment for prolactinoma patients. A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Data accompanying the publication \"Fast two-qubit logic with holes in germanium\"

Nico Hendrickx, D.P. (David) Franke, A. (Amir) Sammak, G. (Giordano) Scappucci & M. (Menno) Veldhorst
Data accompanying the manuscript "Fast two-qubit logic with holes in germanium"

Supplementary data of the report: Representing the Car-Following Behaviour of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Systems Using Parametric Car-Following Models

Mathieu Blauw
The scripts provided in this dataset are used to process and analyse the data from the SAE-L2 platoontest day. They are part of the performed analysis in the report: "Representing the Car-Following Behaviour of Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Systems Using Parametric Car-Following Models" by M.H. Blauw, which can be found on the TU Delft repository.

Data underlying the paper: Stable quantum dots in an InSb two-dimensional electron gas

I. (Ivan) Kulesh, Ting Ke, S. (Srijit) Goswami, C. (Candice) Thomas, S. (Saurabh) Karwal, C.M. (Christian) Moehle, S. (Sara) Metti, R. (Ray) Kallaher, G.C. (Geoffrey) Gardner & M.J. (Michael) Manfra
Data for "Stable quantum dots in an InSb two-dimensional electron gas"

Supplementary materials for the article: How do drivers merge heavy goods vehicles onto freeways? A semi-structured interview unveiling needs for communication and support.

F.A. (Felix) Dreger, Joost de Winter & R. (Riender) Happee
Supplementary materials for the article Dreger, F. A., De Winter, J. C. F., & Happee, R. How do drivers merge heavy goods vehicles onto freeways? A semi-structured interview unveiling needs for communication and support. Cognition, Technology and Work.

Grid system data for Saddle Surface

Xinyu Gao
This dataset contains a grid system simulated for a saddle surface. It has location information for each grid cell such as x, y coordinates in the Cartesian coordinate system and elevation value. The grid system has resolution of 10.

Large eddy simulation output from DALES with 3D and 1D radiative transfer

Menno Veerman & F. (Fabian) Jakub
Output of 5 simulations of a convective boundary layer with shallow cumulus forming during the day. Simulations are performed with the Dutch Atmospheric Large-Eddy Simulation (DALES) and with either 3D or 1D radiation.

Data underlying the figures presented in the paper: A global empirical GIA model based on GRACE data

Riccardo Riva & Y. (Yu) Sun
Data used to generate the figures presented in the draft paper: A global empirical GIA model based on GRACE data by Yu Sun and Riccardo E. M. Riva.

Tabu-Based Adaptive Large Neighbourhood Search for Time/Sequence-Dependent Scheduling Problems with Time Windows

Lei He, M.M. (Mathijs) de Weerdt & Neil Yorke-Smith
The dataset contains the benchmark data for a class of scheduling problems with time/sequence-dependent setup times and time windows. It includes a real-world multi-orbit agile Earth observation satellite scheduling problem, and an order acceptance and scheduling problem. The source code of the algorithm ALNS/TPF is also included.

3D models of liver and rib cage of four patients during inspiration and expiration

Tonke de Jong, A. (Adriaan) Moelker, J. (Jenny) Dankelman & J.J. (John) van den Dobbelsteen
This dataset contains 3D models of livers and rib cages during inspiration and expiration of four patients. The models are derived from CT scans. For the full image segmentation methods of these models and the description of the datasets, please refer to the corresponding journal article.

Morphodynamic Delft3D models of erosional, depositional and balanced environments

Anne Baar, M.B. (Marcio Boechat) Albernaz & W.M. (Wout) van Dijk
The data set contains 1 analytical model in Matlab and 5 Delft3D models for different scales and environments (erosional, depositional or balanced). The analytical model determines the theoretical equilibrium between channel incision and transverse sediment transport. The Delft3D models were used to quantify the effects of increased downslope sediment transport on morphology.

Data underlying the publication: Design of an ultra-thin steerable probe for percutaneous interventions and preliminary evaluation in a gelatine phantom

Marta Scali, P.A.H.(Paulien) Veldhoven, P.W.J. (Paul) Henselmans, Dimitra Dodou & P.(Paul) Breedveld
Dataset belonging to the journal article "Design of an ultra-thin steerable probe for percutaneous interventions and preliminary evaluation in a gelatine phantom". PLOS ONE.

Supplementary data to the paper: Effect of convection coefficient and thickness on optimal cure cycles for the manufacturing of wind turbine components using VARTM

Giacomo Struzziero
The paper deals with the influence of the convection coefficient and laminate thickness on multi-objective optimisation of the vacuum assisted resin transfer moulding cure stage for the manufacturing of wind turbine components. An epoxy resin system widely used in the wind turbine industry has been chemically characterised and the correspondent finite element implementation validated. The optimisation methodology developed links the finite element solution with a genetic algorithm and identifies a set of optimal cure cycles...

Catalyst Cascade Reactions in ‘One-Flow’ within a Compartmentalized, Green-Solvent ‘Digital Synthesis Machinery’ – End-to-End Green Process Design for Pharmaceuticals.

Eindhoven University of Technology, Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemistry Graz University of Technology, Institute of Process and Particle Engineering (IPPE) Delft University of Technology, Department of Biotechnology University of Bielefeld, France Faculty of Chemistry CNRS = National Center for Scientific Research (Centre National pour la Recherche Scientifique CNRS), LGPC unit University of Hull, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry University of Cambridge & Graz Austria Department of Chemistry Microinnova Engineering GmbH
The ONE-FLOW project translates a ‘vertical hierarchy’ of chemical multistep synthesis with its complex machinery into a self-organising ‘horizontal hierarchy’ of a compartmentalized flow reactor system – a biomimetic digital flow cascade machinery with just one reactor passage. To keep the horizontal hierarchy manageable, orthogonality needs to be increased among the different consecutive reactions.

Beneficial use of dredged sediment to enhance salt marsh development by applying a 'Mud Motor'.

EcoShape, Wageningen University & Research & Deltares
The EcoShape Building with Nature project "Salt Marsh Development with a Mud Motor" looks at the potential for furthering the development of salt marshes in the Wadden Sea by making optimal use of the sediment transport capacity of tidal flows.

Ports and Waterways @ TU Delft 2019

M. (Mark) van Koningsveld & Poonam Taneja
Video material for a masters level course on functional design and capacity planning of the various elements of ports and waterways, such as terminals and locks. The learning in this series of videos is essential for planning and designing the overall system.

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