Ben Klaassens received his BS, MS and PhD degrees in electrical engineering from TU Delft, the Netherlands, where he is currently associate professor at the Control Laboratory. He has published extensively on series-resonant converters for low and high power applications and has designed and built prototypes of the early DC-DC to AC-AC series-resonant converters for a wide variety of applications. His current interest is in Mechatronics and Robotics.
Articles By Ben Klaassens
A Computationally Efficient Model for Predicting Overflow Mixture Density in a Hopper Dredger
Authors: Jelmer Braaksma | Ben Klaassens | Cees de Keizer | Robert Babuska
Creating accurate models for the prediction of overflow losses by trailing suction hopper dredgers is an invaluable tool in determining the feasibility of land reclamation.
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