Recent Submissions

  • Monitoring and process evaluation of continuous stirred biogas reactor under semi-continuous dosage of Ca(NO3)2 

    Carvajal, Diego (Master thesis, 2018)
    Anaerobic digestion is a process typically used for the reduction of the organic load from sludge, with known advantages over other traditional processes being an energy producer in form of biogas. The economic viability ...
  • Effects of nitrate addition on anaerobic digestion of high content organic substrate in semi-continuous fed reactors 

    Bless, Kadja Borges (Master thesis, 2018)
    Biogasification can recover a significant portion of energy potential from organic wastes. In addition to energy recovery, it also offers waste stabilization. However, there is a need for more efficient process for digestion ...
  • Predicting weather using ANN with free open weather data in python Erik Boye 

    Abrahamsen, Erik Boye (Master thesis, 2018)
    Predicting the weather is important for a lot of fields including agriculture, construction and hydro-power and flood management. Currently mechanistic meteorology predictions are generated using heavy computing based ...
  • Measurement and correlation of aqueous amine solution viscosities 

    Kummamuru, Nithin Bharadwaj (Master thesis, 2016)
    The viscosities of amines are important in designing equipment for Carbon dioxide (CO2) capture as it affects heat transfer coefficient, pressure drop in heat exchangers and piping system respectively. Reliable viscosity ...
  • Improved flow management of Lake Toke 

    Kvam, Kristian D. (Master thesis, 2017)
    The Telemark University College (TUC) Flood server is an advisory system that assist in the regulation of the flood gates at Dalsfos hydroelectric dam. A large flood in September 2015 revealed that the model and data storage ...
  • Simulation and control of hydro power plants 

    Splavska, Valentyna (Master thesis, 2017)
    Sustainable energy development implies meeting the energy needs of the future without jeopardizing the life quality of the planet. To achieve these goals is possible by gradually replacement in energy production profile ...
  • Experimental measurements of diesel spray in an inert gas generator 

    Weber, Lena Dyveke (Master thesis, 2017)
    A 90° Y-jet atomizing nozzle with 3 bores was experimentally tested in a science facility at University College of Southeast Norway. The nozzle is producing a diesel fuel spray for a pilot flame in an IGG system for marine ...
  • Modelling and Control of Two Degrees of Freedom Helicopter Model 

    Nilsen, Sondre (Master thesis, 2017)
    USN has built multiple two degrees of freedom helicopters models that are to be used in various courses at USN to expand the knowledge of modeling and control. The helicopter model is a highly unstable system, making it a ...
  • Flame length measurements of hydrogen jets 

    Løvaasen, Nora (Master thesis, 2017)
    The use of hydrogen is increasing rapidly and the research on hydrogen safety must follow. The implementation of hydrogen filling stations and cars are steadily on the rise. In the case of a leakage the hydrogen will most ...
  • Li-ion battery safety 

    Johnsplass, Jonathan (Master thesis, 2017)
    The aim of this thesis was two folded: Numerically compute the combustion properties of the discharge materials from lithium-ion batteries, and experimentally measure the properties, at a test rig, by overheating lithium-ion ...
  • Embryo research of a reactor to produce CO2 hydrates 

    Hashemi, Sayed Ebrahim (Master thesis, 2017)
    The potential applications of carbon dioxide hydrate have attracted many interests over the past decade. CO2 transmission in the form of hydrate is an alternative way of transportation in CCS chain, however, the CO2 hydrate ...
  • Discrete Events Modelling of a Person Behaviour at Home 

    Cherradi, Badreddine (Master thesis, 2017)
    Modeling human behaviour remains a challenge for both computing sciences and the humanities. In this context, we worked on a routine simulation program and a human behavior analysis program. The simulation is based on the ...
  • Characterization of Ultrasonic Waves in various Drilling Fluids 

    Mozie, Kenneth Nonso (Master thesis, 2017)
    The aim of this master thesis is to characterize ultrasonic wave propagation in different mud samples with respect to propagation distance using three different transducers frequency, this is expected to be an introduction ...
  • Comparison of CO2 dehydration processes after CO2 capture 

    Okoli, Kenneth Ikechukwu (Master thesis, 2017)
    This study compares two conventional methods of CO2 dehydration processes after CO2 capture and its suitability of use. The methods are Triethylene Glycol (TEG) absorption and 3A Molecular sieve adsorption. Chapter 1 and ...
  • Modelling and simulation of syngas fermentation for the production of biofuels precursors 

    Kravchuk, Rostyslav (Master thesis, 2017)
    Production of acetic acid and ethanol by syngas fermentation process could be an alternative way of biofuel production, and is therefore of interest to study. In accordance to literature review, gas fermentation process ...
  • Near-well simulations and modelling of oil production from reservoir 

    Timsina, Ramesh (Master thesis, 2017)
    One of the major challenges that the oil industry faces today is water breakthrough and high production of water from mature oil fields. Early water breakthrough can occur due to high frictional pressure drop in the well ...
  • CFD Validation of transient subsea gas plume model 

    Kim, Taewook (Master thesis, 2017)
    Subsea gas blowouts are often a significant risk contributor to offshore installations. It is important to understand plume that is created by the blowout. Different plume models were investigated. CFD model in ANSYS Fluent ...
  • Heat transfer mechanisms in MV load break switches 

    Øygarden, Stein (Master thesis, 2017)
    This report is part of an ongoing research project between University college of Southeast Norway and ABB Power product division. This report focuses on the heat transfer from two load break switch (LBS), normally used in ...
  • Diffusion of CO2 through polymer membranes 

    Olsen, Chatrine Hogseth (Master thesis, 2017)
    Food industry use polymers as packaging to protect and maintain high quality and freshness of the product during distribution and storage. Polymers are permeable for gases like O2, CO2 and water vapor. Simulation models ...
  • Recursive Subspace System Identification (RSSID) algorithms 

    Idorniege, Harrison (Master thesis, 2017)
    The goal of system identification is to find mathematical equation that gives approximation to the actual behavior of real systems. In this thesis, a recursive subspace model identification algorithm is presented that ...

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