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  1. Service and transfer selection for freights in a synchromodal network

    Pérez Rivera, Arturo; Mes, Martijn

  2. An urban consolidation center in the city of Copenhagen: a simulation study

    Heeswijk, W.J.A. van; Larsen, R.; Larsen, A.

  3. Selecting parts for additive manufacturing in service logistics

    Knofius, N.; Heijden, M.C. van der; Zijm, W.H.M.

  4. Sustainability reporting by local governments: a magic tool? Lessons on use and usefulness from European pioneers

    Niemann, Ludger; Hoppe, Thomas

  5. Design and intensification of industrial DADPM process

    Benneker, Anne M.; Ham, A.G.J. van der; Waele, B. de; Zeeuw, A.J. de; Berg, H. van den

  6. Role of platelet-derived growth factor-CC in capillary rarefaction in renal fibrosis

    Boor, P.; Babickova, J.; Steegh, F.; Hautvast, P.; Martin, I.V.; Djudjaj, S.; Nakagawa, T.; Ehling, J.; Gremse, F.; Bücher, E.; Eriksson, U.; Roeyen, C.R. van; Eitner, F.; Lammers, T.G.G.M.; Floege, J.; Peutz-Kootstra, C.J.; Ostendorf, T.

  7. In-air Microfluidics for Chip-free Generation of Microdroplets-, Particles, -Fibers, and 3D Hierarchical Prints

    Kamperman, T.; Visser, C.W.; Leijten, J.C.H.; Lohse, D.; Karperien, H.B.J.

  8. Method and apparatus for in-air production of single droplets, compound droplets, and shape-controlled (compound) particles or fibers

    Visser, C.W.; Kamperman, T.; Karperien, H.B.J.; Lohse, D.

  9. Engineering 3D Single Stem Cell Microniches with Dynamically Tunable Stiffness

    Kamperman, T.; Henke, S.J.; Neubauer, M.; Fery, A.; Leijten, J.C.H.; Karperien, H.B.J.

  10. Engineering 3D Single Stem Cell Microniches with Dynamically Tunable Stiffness

    Kamperman, T.; Henke, S.J.; Neubauer, M.; Fery, A.; Karperien, H.B.J.; Leijten, J.C.H.

  11. Microfluidics for Complex Tissue Engineering

    Kamperman, T.; Henke, S.J.; Karperien, H.B.J.

  12. Granular motor in the non-Brownian limit

    Oyarte Galvez, L.A.; Meer, D. van der
    In this work we experimentally study a granular rotor which is similar to the famous Smoluchowski–Feynman device and which consists of a rotor with four vanes immersed in a granular gas. Each side of the vanes can be composed of two different materials, creating a rotational asymmetry and turning the rotor into a ratchet. When the granular temperature is high, the rotor is in movement all the time, and its angular velocity distribution is well described by the Brownian limit discussed in previous works. When the granular temperature is lowered considerably we enter the so-called single kick limit, where collisions...

  13. Wrapping up a century of splashes

    Meer, D. van der
    Few fluid phenomena are as beautiful, fragile and ephemeral as the crown splash that is created by the impact of an object on a liquid. The crown-shaped phenomenon and the physics behind it have mesmerised and intrigued scientists for over a century, and still the scientific world has not yet uncovered all of the secrets of the splash. This is exemplified in a particularly striking manner in Marston et al. (J. Fluid Mech., vol. 794, 2016, pp. 506–529) where a 6 m tall vacuum chamber is employed to study the splash formed upon impact of a sphere onto a deep...

  14. The history effect in bubble growth and dissolution. Part 1. Theory

    Peñas, P.; Parrales, M.A.; Rodriguez-Rodriguez, J.; Meer, D. van der
    The term ‘history effect’ refers to the contribution of any past mass transfer events between a gas bubble and its liquid surroundings towards the current diffusion-driven growth or dissolution dynamics of that same bubble. The history effect arises from the (non-instantaneous) development of the dissolved gas concentration boundary layer in the liquid in response to changes in the concentration at the bubble interface caused, for instance, by variations of the ambient pressure in time. Essentially, the history effect amounts to the acknowledgement that at any given time the mass flux across the bubble is conditioned by the preceding time history...

  15. Methods, Mechanism, and Applications of Photodeposition in Photocatalysis: A Review

    Wenderich, K.; Mul, G.

  16. Hierarchical pore structures as highways for enzymes and substrates

    Ruiter, M.V. de; Mejia Ariza, R.; Cornelissen, J.J.L.M.; Huskens, J.

  17. Modeling BCR-ABL and MLL-AF9 leukemia in a human bone marrow-like scaffold-based xenograft mode

    Sontakke, P.; Carretta, M.; Jaques, J.; Brouwers-Vos, A.Z.; Lubbers-Aalders, L.; Yuan, H.; Bruijn, J.D. de; Martens, A.C.M.; Vellenga, E.; Groen, R.W.J.; Schuringa, J.J.

  18. Pharmacological intervention in hepatic stellate cell activation and hepatic fibrosis

    Schon, H.-T.; Bartneck, M.; Borkham-Kamphorst, E.; Nattermann, J.; Lammers, T.G.G.M.; Tacke, F.; Weiskirchen, R.

  19. Nanoparticles for intravascular applications: Pcharacterization and cytotoxicity testing

    Matuszak, J.; Baumgartner, J.; Zaloga, J.; Juenet, M.; Da Silva, A.E.; Franke, D.; Almer, G.; Texier, I.; Faivre, D.; Metselaar, J.M.; Navarro, F.P.; Chauvierre, C.; Prassl, R.; Dézsi, L.; Urbanics, R.; Alexiou, C.; Mangge, H.; Szebeni, J.; Letourneur, D.; Cicha, I.

  20. Liposomal prednisolone inhibits vascular inflammation and enhances venous outward remodeling in a murine arteriovenous fistula model

    Wong, C.; Rothuizen, T.C.; Bezhaeva, T.; Metselaar, J.M.; Vries, M.R. de; Verbeek, F.P.R.; Vahrmeijer, A.L.; Wezel, A.; Zonneveld, A.-J.; Rabelink, T.J.; Quax, P.H.A.; Rotmans, J.

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