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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)...

Supplementary data for the paper: Simultaneous orientation and 3D localization microscopy with a Vortex point spread function

Christiaan Hulleman, Rasmus Thorsen, S. (Sjoerd) Stallinga & B. (Bernd) Rieger
This dataset contains data collected as part of the development of the Vortex PSF. It consists of raw data to calibrate the aberrations over the field-of-view, verify the vortex PSF model, visualise transitions in orientation and perform Binding-Activated localization microscopy and orientation estimation on lambda-DNA. A drift corrected and non drift corrected processed lambda-DNA dataset is also included to show the possible parameters that one can visualize over the whole field-of-view.
The dataset is being made...

MATLAB-scripts describing a nonlinear steady-state cornering model for an electric city bus

Camiel Beckers, I.J.M. (Igo) Besselink & H. (Henk) Nijmeijer
The MATLAB-files contained within this dataset describe a nonlinear steady-state cornering model for a six-wheel city bus. Due to the employed multi-body approach, the wheel-configuration of the model can be changed easily. The wheel location and orientation is completely parameterized, allowing for the analysis of different types of vehicles. Emphasis is placed on the calculation of the cornering resistance power and power lost due to scrub losses to research the effect of these tire-effect on...

Dataset and Matlab scripts for \"Habitat-forming species trap microplastics into coastal sediment sinks\"

Jaco Smit de, A. Anton, C. Martin, Susann Rossbach, T.J. (Tjeerd) Bouma & Carlos M. Duarte
Dataset and script for "Habitat-forming species trap microplastics into coastal sediment sinks"
The purpose of the study was to investigate mechanisms of plastic trapping in nearshore coastal ecosystems. For this, we conducted field flume experiments so we could measure plastic trapping rates under controlled hydrodynamic conditions in situ.
The dataset contains hydrodynamic data, information on biogenic habitat structure, and observed microplastic trapping rates.
Pleas see the README for detailed information about the file contents.

Dataset associated to publication: \"High-rate biological selenate reduction in a sequencing batch reactor for recovery of hexagonal selenium\"

Bingnan Song, Jan Weijma, Renata van der Weijden, Cees Buisman & Zilin Tian
Results belonging to paper "High-rate biological selenate reduction in a sequencing batch reactor for recovery of hexagonal selenium".Recovery of selenium (Se) from wastewater provides a solution for both securing Se supply and preventing Se pollution. Here, we developed a high-rate process for biological selenate reduction to elemental selenium. Distinctive from other studies, we aimed for a process with selenate as the main biological electron sink, with minimal formation of methane or sulfide. A sequencing batch...

Video of Extra Tropical Cyclones tracks comparison

Filippo Dainelli
The videos contain the visual track comparison between the interpolated tracks and the orginal tracks of the 4 cyclones chosen as case study for model C-PR, C-PUV and C-PWSR. To understand what this video represent and what are the models mentioned check the research document at https://repository.tudelft.nl//islandora/object/uuid:baa63b40-8318-4d46-bf72-0372d9ef13db

Data and scripts underlying the publication: Restoration of biogeomorphic systems by creating windows of opportunity to support natural establishment processes

G.S. (Gregory) Fivash, Ralph Temmink, Manuel D’Angelo, Jeroen van Dalen, Wouter Lengkeek, Karin Didderen, Francesco Ballio, Tjisse van der Heide & Tjeerd Bouma
Data & Scripts featured in Fivash et al. 2020, ‘Restoration of biogeomorphic systems by creating windows of opportunity to support natural establishment processes’ in Ecological Applications. These files include the raw data and scripts used to create each figure in the manuscript, organized as follows: 1. Observational surveya. Laser scan i. Raw point cloud ii. Water level time-series iii. Classified point cloud iv. Rastersb. Ground-truthing 2. Flume studya. Hydrodynamic experimentb. Seed-retention experiment3. Field experimenta. Sediment...

Data underlying: REPAiR H2020: T5.5 Catalogue of eco-innovative solutions, supplementary process schemes for Hamburg case study

Rusne Ŝileryté, Alessandro Arlati & Andreas Obersteg
Provided process schemes supplement the conceptual development of the catalogue of the eco-innovative solutions by providing a computational framework how the resource flow system would be changed in case the solution has been implemented. The process is modelled using the Geodesign Decision Support Environment and used during the Peri Urban Living Labs su run rapid simulations of the impacts created by the modelled solutions. Each process scheme consists of the current state and the model...

A model for modifying the public transport service patterns to account for the imposed COVID-19 capacity

Konstantinos Gkiotsalitis
Description:This repository contains the software code related to deriving dynamic service patterns in order to comply with the pandemic-imposed vehicle capacity limits in public transport operations.Currently, this repository contains:The model_case_study.py script which is the source code of the devised dynamic service pattern model introduced in the paper "A model for modifying the public transport service patterns to account for the imposed COVID-19 capacity", which is currently under scientific review. This script contains all necessary functions...

Videos of a short overview of the optimization results in the process to the best mixer. For three types of mixers

Olaf van Buul
An overview of geometry of the mixer during optimizing for the best results: wall, herringbone, and sloped. When no geometry is visible (mostly herringbone) themixing geometry is lower than the position of the visualization plane

Data underlying the publication: \"Proton Density Fat Fraction of the Spinal Column: An MRI Cadaver Study\"

Merle Losch
Processed data underlying the publication: "Proton Density Fat Fraction of the Spinal Column: An MRI Cadaver Study" (extracted PDFF values from six cadavers)

Datasets for microfluidic mixing optimization of three types of microfluidic mixing chambers

Olaf van Buul
Three datasets, containing, the optimization setup used for the results. These datasets use Siemens NX, StarCCM+, and Heeds. These datasets contain only 20 runs instead of 1000 due to size. The results of these optimization results are in the concerning csv file with the same name as the zip-file. herringbone.csv, sloping.csv, and wall.csv

Videos of a short overview of the optimization results in the process to the best mixer. For three types of mixers

Olaf van Buul
An overview of geometry of the mixer during optimizing for the best results: wall, herringbone, and sloped. When no geometry is visible (mostly herringbone) themixing geometry is lower than the position of the visualization plane

Data underlying the research of AIMD simulations on proton conduction mechanism in hydrous olivine

Yu He, Lidong Dai, Duck Young Kim, Heping Li & Shun-ichiro Karato
The AIMD simulations files for different hydrous olivine models with different water content and Fe content.

First version of an Impact Aware Manipulation (I.AM.) archive

Maarten Jongeneel, Alessandro Saccon & Luuk Poort
First version of an I.AM. archive. This archive contains recordings of experiments that are executed under the
scenario of TOSS. In these recordings, a UR10 robot is used to toss boxes on a conveyor belt. The
purpose of these experiments is to validate a modeling framework. This modeling framework is used
within the H2020 I.AM. project (www.i-am-project.eu) to predict the end pose of a certain box on a conveyor belt, after it is tossed.
This means that the involved...

Frequency stability of graphene nonlinear resonators: Matlab Code

Ties Verschuren
MATLAB code from master thesis Frequency stability of graphene nonlinear resonators See http://resolver.tudelft.nl/uuid:96b47031-ff15-4057-ab33-1ac4863119be Introduction These files contain code on three topics: Calculate the Allan Deviation with more control about the number of points calculated. Parse stream files from the Zurich Instruments UHF into .mat files, one per signal. Model and configuration files for the simulations. Allan Deviation The file is located in the root of this structure and called allandev.m. The comments contain the information...

Data underlying the article: Cross-shore intertidal bar behavior along the Dutch coast Laser measurements and conceptual model

Sander Vos, Sierd de Vries, Ad J.H.M. Reniers, rob holman, robert Mccall & Lennard Spaans
This is a dataset connected to the article "Cross-shore intertidal bar behavior along the Dutch coast: Laser measurements and conceptual model" submitted to the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering in 2020.
The data contains:
Map with Delft 3D wave model input files
Map with TLS laserscans of the research site in Kijkduin
Map with Matlab scripts used in the dataprocessing.
See the Readme files and article for further details.

Data underlying the article: Cross-shore intertidal bar behavior along the Dutch coast Laser measurements and conceptual model

Sander Vos, Sierd de Vries, Ad J.H.M. Reniers, rob holman, robert Mccall & Lennard Spaans
This is a dataset connected to the article "Cross-shore intertidal bar behavior along the Dutch coast: Laser measurements and conceptual model" submitted to the Journal of Marine Science and Engineering in 2020.
The data contains:
Map with Delft 3D wave model input files
Map with TLS laserscans of the research site in Kijkduin
Map with Matlab scripts used in the dataprocessing.
See the Readme files and article for further details.

Simulation Models used in PhD Dissertation: Simulating Human Routines

Rijk Mercuur
The doctoral dissertation ‘Simulating Human Routines: Integrating Social Practice Theory in Agent-Based Models’ used several simulation models and created a simulation framework. This document gives an overview of where these models are found. The models are stored in one place to avoid confusion about the most recent model. The models are stored in GitHub to enable fast-updating, version history and collaboration.

Data underlying the publication: Organocatalytic Control over a Fuel-Driven Transient-Esterification Network

Michelle van der Helm, Rienk Eelkema & Chang-Lin Wang
These are the data belonging to the publication "Organocatalytic Control over a Fuel-Driven Transient-Esterification Network" (10.1002/anie.202008921).
Each dataset has been put in a zip folder (UV-VIS, viscosity, FTIR, cryoEM, DLS). Each datafile has a separate metadata file with a description of what the data represent. The data of this publication also correspond to Chapter 4 of the PhD thesis of Michelle van der Helm.

Data from: Energy savings in greenhouses by transition from high-pressure sodium to LED lighting

David Katzin, Leo F. M. Marcelis & Simon van Mourik
These simulations describe the dynamic changes (5 minute intervals) of the indoor climate (temperature, humidity, CO2 concentration) and energy consumption (lighting and heating) of a simulated greenhouse season in a typical meteorological year (350 days starting September 27). A modern, Venlo type, 4 hectare greenhouse with a tomato crop is simulated, with either HPS or LED lamps. 15 different weather scenarios from around the world are included, as well as various settings for design and...

Supporting data for 'Streamflow drought: implication of drought definitions and its application for drought forecasting'

Samuel Sutanto & S.J. (Samuel) Sutanto
This dataset was used to analyse streamflow drought in Europe, which is presented in Sutanto and Van Lanen (2020): Streamflow drought: implication of drought definitions and its application for drought forecasting, HESS, https://doi.org/10.5194/hess-2020-458.

Appendices to the dissertation: Towards an Architecture of Self-reliance: Developing and Testing a Support Tool for Inhabitants and Practitioners in Mt-Elgon, Kenya

Michiel Smits
The file contains all appendices to the Manuscript titled: Towards an Architecture of Self-reliance, Developing and Testing a Support Tool for Inhabitants and Practitioners in Mt-Elgon, Kenya

Dataset underlying the research of Uncertainty-aware State Estimation for Electrochemical Model-based Fast Charging Control of Lithium-ion Batteries

Florian Ringbeck, Marvin Garbade & D.U. (Dirk Uwe) Sauer
This data set includes the presented plot data for the referenced publication.

Agricultural drought maps of China

Gaoxu Wang & Mengyuan Kong
This dataset contains two agricultural drought maps of China mainland which are modified from the pictures of a readily published Chinese book called China Water Atlas through ArcGIS.

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