Recent Submissions

  • Analyse av kraftnett ved tilkobling av ladestasjon for elektrisk ferge 

    Aarnes, Tormod Habbestad; Ostnes, Jan Inge Einarsen; Remmen, Mathias Johann Fjørtoft (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    Bachelorrapporten omhandler en dynamisk analyse av distribusjonsnettet i området rundt fergekaiene på Eidsdal og Linge. Den dynamiske analysen er utført på bakgrunn av planlagt elektrisk ferge på denne strekningen. Analysen ...
  • Event Sourcing 

    Rishaug, Robert; Wika, Oscar Lundmark (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    Most systems today are typically using CRUD operations to handle creating, reading, updating, and deleting data. The problem with CRUD is that it every time you update or remove data you lose important business ...
  • Automated Aluminum Production Cell 

    Ryslett, Fredrik Aarset; Bakker, Fredrik Johannes; Iveland, Sondre Grevle (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    The following bachelor thesis Automated Aluminum Production Cell is a project for RUFO AS, provided by Viddal Automation AS, in which the purpose is to develop the electrical- and control system for the production cell. ...
  • Automating and simplifying the creation of virtual machines for students - An on-premises cloud 

    Klubbenes, Lars Ivar; Fylling, Marius Blindheim (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    This thesis is based on a project in cooperation with NTNU. Most people will at some point have sat down in front of a computer, performing some task, and realized: "This isn’t going to work. I have a hammer, but right ...
  • Track’a’Pet 

    Yndestad, Kjetil; Standal, Anders Grytten; Lorgen, Kay Sindre (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    About one in three Norwegian households own at least one pet. Up until recently, there were no good solutions for keeping track of pets that could go missing. To help pet owners safeguard their pets, we wanted to develop ...
  • Data Device Control 

    Rogne, Kristoffer; Nygård, Erik Haram; Todal, Thomas Skarshaug (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    Digitalisering av hverdagen er i full sving, og mange av produktene du kan få kjøpt i dag kan kobles til internettet på en eller annen måte. Utfordringen er å få en lett tilgjengelig sentral der du kan styre det som er ...
  • Towed-ROV 

    Homdrom, Kristian Salvesen; Nonsvik, Marius; Reite, Daniel Rasmus; Solli, Morten Lerstad (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    This thesis evaluates the concept of a "Towed-ROV", and is provided by NTNU Ålesund. The purpose of this project is to design and develop a remote operated vehicle, to be towed behind a vessel. It functions as amulti-purpose ...
  • Auto-Docking of Vessel 

    Bårslett, Simon; Longva, Martin Nikolai; Nygård, Thor-Inge (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    The maritime industry have in recent years started to focus more on autonomous vessels. There is already technology like auto-crossing for ferries, and dynamic positioning for offshore vessels. One of the next steps regarding ...
  • Computer-aided quality control of whitefish fillets 

    Kvam, Kristian Lindvik; Eidem, Vegard Alexander Dybvikstrand (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    Computer-aided quality control of whitefish fillets is a bachelor assignment made for automation students at NTNU in Aalesund. The assignment was given by the company Optimar, a company with vast experience in creating ...
  • RoeBot - The roe picking robot 

    Lilleindset, Kristian Andre; Aarseth, Per Espen; Brathaug, Yngve; Hildrestrand, Kristoffer (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    Salmon is today a big part of the food commodities traded from aquaculture industry. However, there are several challenges with the industry today, and increasing yield and cutting costs throughout the supply chain is ...
  • Aluminium 3D Printing with KUKA Robot 

    Liavaag, Elias Johan; Hanstveit, Ole-Martin; Sunde, Christer Dybvik (Bachelor thesis, 2018)
    This thesis work aims to identify how additive manufacturing of aluminium can be carried out with the help of an industrial robot. The nature of aluminium means that it needs to be melted in an inert gas zone, filled with ...
  • 53BP1 and BRCA1 control pathway choice for stalled replication restart 

    Xu, Yixi; Ning, Shaokai; Wei, Zheng; Xu, Ran; Xu, Xinlin; Xing, Mengtan; Guo, Rong; Xu, Dongyi (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
    The cellular pathways that restart stalled replication forks are essential for genome stability and tumor prevention. However, how many of these pathways exist in cells and how these pathways are selectively activated ...
  • An improved receding horizon genetic algorithm for the tug fleet optimisation problem 

    Bye, Robin Trulssen; Schaathun, Hans Georg (Chapter, 2014)
    A fleet of tugs along the northern Norwegian coast must be dynamically positioned to minimise the risk of oil tanker drifting accidents. We have previously presented a receding horizon genetic algorithm (RHGA) for solving ...
  • Multi-Agents in a Virtual Regional Landscape 

    Yndestad, Harald; Bye, Robin Trulssen; Van Albada, Siebe Bruno (Chapter, 2012)
    The Virtual Region More was a research project to investigate how to utilize visualization and simulation methods as planning tools for research and teaching in the More region on the west coast of Norway. The project was ...
  • Dynamic Resource Allocation with Maritime Application (DRAMA): Final Report 

    Bye, Robin Trulssen (Research report, 2014)
    An important challenge within the offshore industry and sea traffic preparedness is how to plan and optimise the positioning of a fleet of vessels in a dynamic, everchanging environment such that operating costs and risks ...
  • A Riemannian geometry theory of human movement: The geodesic synergy hypothesis 

    Neilson, Peter D.; Neilson, Megan D.; Bye, Robin Trulssen (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2015)
    Mass-inertia loads on muscles change with posture and with changing mechanical interactions between the body and the environment. The nervous system must anticipate changing mass-inertia loads, especially during fast ...
  • A Simulation Study of Evaluation Heuristics for Tug Fleet Optimisation Algorithms 

    Bye, Robin Trulssen; Schaathun, Hans Georg (Chapter, 2015)
    Tug fleet optimisation algorithms can be designed to solve the problem of dynamically positioning a fleet of tugs in order to mitigate the risk of oil tanker drifting accidents. In this paper, we define the 1D tug fleet ...
  • Evaluation heuristics for tug fleet optimisation algorithms: a computational simulation study of a receding horizon genetic algorithm 

    Bye, Robin Trulssen; Schaathun, Hans Georg (Chapter, 2015)
    A fleet of tugs along the northern Norwegian coast must be dynamically positioned to minimise the risk of oil tanker drifting accidents. We have previously presented a receding horizon genetic algorithm (RHGA) for solving ...
  • A computer-automated design tool for intelligent virtual prototyping of offshore cranes 

    Bye, Robin Trulssen; Osen, Ottar; Pedersen, Birger Skogeng (Chapter, 2015)
    In close collaboration with the maritime industry, virtual prototyping with maritime application has been an important research topic for Aalesund University College for some years. In this paper, we describe the development ...

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