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Christmas

Blog Heat and Mass transfer mechanisms behind baking a cake Temperature and moisture fields during and after baking [1] ‘Fingerprints’ of snow Effects of temperature and moisture on snowflake shape [3] ‘Tis the Season for Science By Gayathri Hariharan Sugar, Spice and Everything nice…! If you have ever binged on episodes of the Great British …

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Westerweel

Blog The Beginnings of Digital Measurement Interviewers: Gayathri Hariharan, Sowmya Kumar Transcribed and written by Sowmya Kumar The Chair, Laboratory of Aero and Hydro-dynamics (2005-present) In 1986, Frans Nieuwstadt was appointed the chair of Fluid Mechanics at TU Delft. “Frans considered his theme to be ‘turbulence plus’ “, says Jerry. Acknowledging that certain laboratories in …

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VanDalen

Blog Know your Dispuut- Reflections on the board year “To put it simply, the student board is here to help students in any way possible, make them happy and ease their time at TU Delft”, says Lyke van Dalen, former Chairwoman of Dispuut Prescott Joule. Sounds quite simple, but there is a lot of behind …

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Boersma

Blog Tête-à-Tête Series- Prof. Bendiks Jan Boersma It has been three months into the new academic year. Yet to many students, TU Delft still doesn’t seem like home. We know you miss the sense of familiarity that grows when you get excited at the discovery of a study zone in the building, when you secretly …

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Blog Read more Tête-à-Tête series- Dr. Ruud Kortlever “Electrocatalysis has real potential.” This witty phrase is not for us, but picked off from the webpage of the Kortlever Group. The Kortlever Group focuses on achieving large-scale energy storage through electrochemistry. From discussing the research carried out within the group to the global vision of attaining …

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