18 April 2019
More than a million for research on electrified bubbles
An NWO TA (Technology Area) grant of more than a million euros has been awarded to a team of researchers to investigate the formation of hydrogen bubbles, the transport of chemical species near the bubbles and the electrodes, and the interaction between bubbles. Large scale production of hydrogen is possible by electrochemically splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen. The flow and transport processes near electrodes is poorly understood, in particular around the produced hydrogen bubbles. A better understanding can help to increase the efficiency.
16 April 2019
Important subsidy paves way towards emission-free gas turbines
TU Delft and partners Ansaldo Thomassen, OPRA Turbines, Vattenfall, Nouryon and EMMTEC have been awarded with a subsidy by the Dutch Government for the project ‘High Hydrogen Gas Turbine Retrofit to Eliminate Carbon Emissions’.
15 April 2019
Hydrogen car as a power source in a sustainable energy system
Hydrogen cars can act as a buffer in a sustainable energy system. This "Car as Power Plant" concept, initiated by TU Delft’s Professor Ad van Wijk, uses parked fuel cell cars as power stations.
11 April 2019
First 3D-printed ship’s propeller in Guinness Book of Records
The first 3D-prtined ship’s propeller, the WAAMpeller, which was co-produced by dr. ir. Constantinos Goulas, researcher at the Department of Materials Science and Engineering, has been given a place in the 2019 Guinness Book of Records.
11 April 2019
The value of research by design
As part of the upcoming book publication ‘The city of the future’, BK researchers Tom Daamen and Hedwig van der Linden reflected on the value of research by design for urban area development. This type of design thinking can create added value for clients on different levels of the design brief.
10 April 2019
TU Delft publishes vision on Climate Action
The climate is changing and this is something we shall have to deal with. What TU wants to contribute is written down in a vision paper published today.
10 April 2019
TU Delft cooperates with Vietnam in training water professionals
Over the next three years, Delft University of Technology will support Vietnam in training water management professionals. The ‘Climate Proof Vietnam’ programme was officially launched on Wednesday in the Vietnamese capital Hanoi.
09 April 2019
How to build a city in Africa
In the book ‘To Build a City in Africa - A History and a Manual’, the authors discuss 146 examples of those New Towns that were built between 1960 – 2018 across the African continent, and offer 10 key principles for future New Towns.
08 April 2019
How do we protect aircrafts against corrosion?
Peter Visser, PhD-candidate at the department of Materials Science and Engineering, conducts his research on a safe and environmentally friendly alternative for the toxic chromate corrosion inhibitors in active protective coatings for the protection of aerospace aluminium alloys.
03 April 2019
'Het is dom om niet energieneutraal te bouwen’
28 March 2019
Modern trombe wall saves loads of energy
A trombe wall with phase-changing materials can ensure a much lower energy consumption of buildings. That becomes evident in the DoubleFace 2.0 research project. State-of-the-art technologies breathe new life into this age-old heat control method.
27 March 2019
TU Delft students win second round of GoFly competition
Silverwing, a team of students from TU Delft, is one of the five winners of the second round of the GoFly competition sponsored by Boeing.
26 March 2019
3mE-researchers on stage in Famelab
Who is best at presenting his or her science story? On Wednesday 3 April, 16 researchers will battle with each other for a place in the Dutch finals of the international FameLab competition. Join them and get to know all about all sorts of biomedical applications, seeing the invisible, disasters getting worse, and water on the moons of Jupiter. The presentations will be judged by a jury and by you!
26 March 2019
Riender Happee (3ME-COR-IV) in RTL4 news
Cars must be equipped with the very latest technical gadgets in a few years' time: from sensors that catch appende drivers to an automatic brake. The European rules will take effect in three years and apply to new cars. It would save thousands of road deaths and tens of thousands of injuries.
22 March 2019
Dr Energy foresees ‘catastrophic’ temperature rise
The IEA’s Executive Director Dr Fatih Birol visited TU Delft. The IEA deals in facts, and the ones that Birol presented in his speech were sobering at best.