• µ-XRF – CHARACTERISATION OF CHLORIDE INGRESS AND SELF-HEALING IN CRACKED CONCRETE 

      Danner, Tobias; De Weerdt, Klaartje; Geiker, Mette Rica (Chapter; Conference object; Journal article, 2017)
      In this paper we illustrate the applicability of µ-XRF for investigations of chloride ingress and self-healing in cracked concrete. A cracked and an uncracked concrete core exposed to seawater for more than 30 years were ...
    • 0-RTT Key Exchange with Full Forward Secrecy 

      Günther, Felix; Hale, Britta; Jager, Tibor; Lauer, Sebastian (Chapter, 2017)
      Reducing latency overhead while maintaining critical security guarantees like forward secrecy has become a major design goal for key exchange (KE) protocols, both in academia and industry. Of particular interest in this ...
    • 11 years of Experts in teamwork at NTNU 

      Larsen, Bjørn B. (Chapter, 2012)
      “Experts in teamwork” is an obligatory subject for all master students at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). The students are organised in interdisci-plinary teams of 5 from at least 3 different ...
    • 3D Computer Graphics and Nautical Charts 

      Porathe, Thomas (Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      This paper gives an overview of an ongoing project using real-time 3D visualization to display nautical charts in a way used by 3D computer games. By displaying the map in an egocentric perspective the need to make cognitively ...
    • 3D FE tool for time dependent settlement predictions 

      Jostad, Hans Petter; Sivasithamparam, Nallathamby; Woldeselassie, B.H.; Lacasse, Suzanne (Chapter, 2016)
      A newly developed calculation tool for fully coupled general 3D finite element consolidation analyses is presented. The development has been part of an ongoing Research and Development project called GeoFuture and the tool ...
    • 3-D Nautical Charts as Decision Support for Land Based Piloting 

      Porathe, Thomas (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2008)
      In the event that remote pilotage is introduced in a wider extent, this paper suggests using nautical charts displayed in a 3-D egocentric perspective to improve situation awareness for both for the land based pilot and ...
    • 3D Numerical modelling of pile scour with free surface profile under waves and current using the level set method in model REEF3D 

      Ahmad, Nadeem; Bihs, Hans; Kamath, Arun; Arntsen, Øivind Asgeir (Chapter, 2016)
      Wave action stirs up sediments and keeps it in suspension while currents wash it away from the coastal zone. The combined action of the waves and current close to the sediment bed may worsen the situation by creating ...
    • A 2D sediment bed morphodynamics model for turbulent, non-Newtonian, particle-loaded flows 

      Busch, Alexander; Khatibi, Milad; Johansen, Stein Tore; Time, Rune Wiggo (Chapter, 2017)
      In petroleum drilling, cuttings transport problems, i.e. an accumulation of drilled of solids in the wellbore, are a major contributor to well downtime and have therefore been extensively researched over the years, both ...
    • A 3D motion planning framework for snake robots 

      Liljebäck, Pål; Pettersen, Kristin Ytterstad; Stavdahl, Øyvind; Gravdahl, Jan Tommy (Chapter, 2014)
      This paper presents a motion planning framework for three-dimensional body shape control of snake robots. Whereas conventional motion planning approaches define the body shape of snake robots in terms of their individual ...
    • A cartesian cut-cell method, based on formal volume averaging of mass, momentum equations 

      Dang, Son Tung; Johansen, Stein Tore; Meese, Ernst A. (Chapter, 2017)
      Simulation of multiphase flows are generally treated by various classes of Eulerian methods, Lagrangian methods and various combinations of these. In the SIMCOFLOW initiative we have set out to develop a framework for ...
    • A case of dynamic risk management in the subarctic region 

      Paltrinieri, Nicola; Grøtan, Tor Olav; Bucelli, Marta; Landucci, Gabriele (Chapter; Conference object, 2017)
    • Accuracy of Sea Ice Floe Size Observation from an Aerial Camera at Slant Angles 

      Rodin, Christopher D; Johansen, Tor Arne (Chapter; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      The importance of measuring the size of ice floes in e.g. marine navigation and environmental sciences has made it a frequently performed procedure. When real-time data is required, images from a camera on-board an aerial ...
    • Achieving dependability in software-defined networking - a perspective 

      Helvik, Bjarne Emil; Heegaard, Poul Einar; Mendiratta, Veena (Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2015)
      In this paper we take a closer look at the operationof software defined networking (SDN) in intra-domain networks.The focus is on the dependability issues related to interworking ofSDN controllers, network OS (NOS), and ...
    • A comparative study of beam element formulations for nonlinear analysis: corotatinal vs. geometrically exact formulations 

      Mathisen, Kjell Magne; Bazilevs, Yuri; Haugen, Bjørn; Helgedagsrud, Tore Andreas; Kvamsdal, Trond; Okstad, Knut Morten; Raknes, Siv Bente (Chapter, 2017)
      In this work the geometrically exact three-dimensional beam theory has been used as basis for development of a family of isoparametric higher order large deformation curved beam elements. Geometrically exact three-dimensional ...
    • A Comparison between Business Process Management and Information Security Management 

      Wangen, Gaute; Snekkenes, Einar (Chapter, 2014)
      Information Security Standards such as NIST SP 800-39 and ISO/IEC 27005:2011 are turning their scope towards business process security. And rightly so, as introducing an information security control into a business-processing ...
    • A comparison of wave generation methods simulating extreme waves in a numerical wave tank 

      Alagan Chella, Mayilvahanan; Bihs, Hans; Arntsen, Øivind Asgeir (Chapter, 2017)
      Extreme wave conditions emanate from the random and instantaneous interaction of waves during storm events. These wave conditions may cause potentially severe damage to ships and offshore oil and gas structures. There are ...
    • A connectionless multicast protocol for MANETs 

      Thi Minh Do, Viet; Landmark, Lars; Kure, Øivind (2012 International Conference on Telecommunications and Multimedia (TEMU);, Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2012)
      In this paper, the connectionless multicast routing MCOM (Multipoint relay Connectionless Multicast) is introduced for mobile Ad hoc networks. MCOM adapts over a wide ranges of density of group members. It appears as unicast ...
    • A control scheme for utilizing energy storage of the modular multilevel converter for power oscillation damping 

      Taffese, Abel Assegid; Endegnanew, Atsede Gualu; de Jong, Erik (Chapter, 2017)
      This paper presents a control scheme that utilizes energy storage of the Modular Multilevel Converter (MMC) for Power Oscillation Damping (POD) service. Such a service is used to enhance grid stability by providing damping ...
    • A corpus-based analysis of the pragmatic marker you get me 

      Torgersen, Eivind Nessa; Gabrielatos, Costas; Hoffmann, Sebastian (Chapter, 2017)
      The chapter examines the use of the emerging pragmatic marker you get me (e.g. I'm just gonna give her a little backhand or whatever cos she needs to learn you get me?) in the 1.5 million word Multicultural London English ...
    • Acoustic multipole sources from the Boltzmann equation 

      Viggen, Erlend Magnus (Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      By adding a particle source term in the Boltzmann equation of kinetic theory, it is possible to represent particles appearing and disappearing throughout the fluid with a specified distribution of particle velocities. By ...