In order to make data open for the use by other researchers, we aim to make data products from our research findable, accessible, interoperable and reusable (FAIR). Below you can find several links to online datasets, repositories and other downloads.
- Research Data Management at TU Delft.
- TU Delft Astrodynamics Toolbox (Tudat)
- Data used in the manuscript “GRACE constraints on Earth rheology of the Barents Sea and Fennoscandia” by Rovira et al. (2020) (https://www.solid-earth.net/11/379/2020/se-11-379-2020.html). The dataset includes gravity disturbance rates derived form GRACE for these regions and gravity disturbance rates maps from an ensemble of GIA models with different ice deglaciation chronologies and Earth rheology models, can be found: https://data.4tu.nl/repository/uuid:424126e6-b5d3-4ac9-b5cd-f495c8ad6939.
- Data accompanying the paper: Is Io’s volcanic distribution controlled by a convective layer? Steinke, T. (Creator) & Van Sliedrecht, D. (Creator), TU Delft – 4TU.Centre for Research Data, 2020, DOI: 10.4121/UUID:4ECD95BE-0927-41DC-BD6C-66B0D1CF1F38.
- Complete model and necessary codes accompanying the paper Long‐Wavelength Gravity Field Constraint on the Lower Mantle Viscosity in North America, Reusen, J. M. (Creator), TU Delft – 4TU.Centre for Research Data, 30 Jun 2020, DOI: 10.4121/UUID:54C182EA-3826-4200-83D6-414DAD27B289
- Estimates for sediment redistribution in Scandinavia during the last glacial cycle (van der Wal & IJpelaar 2017), as zip file with README file: Sediment Paper – sediment loading.
- Data and program to reproduce the results in the paper: Rotational dynamics of tidally deformed planetary bodies and validity of fluid limit and quasi-fluid approximation by Hu et al, Icarus 2018: https://data.4tu.nl/repository/uuid:4e1d0e92-a3a9-42b5-9121-b232653d7df3.
- data and programs for the paper A full-Maxwell approach for large angle polar wander of viscoelastic bodies, Hu et al., JGR 2017.