The Flow Technology group conducts research on flow related phenomena which often can be described as transport processes for one or more phases, with or without chemical reactions.
Flow related phenomena is important for many processes in metallurgical industry, in the oil & gas sector, and in other process industry. Flow is also important in many other areas such as geology, metrology, aquaculture, water supply, and blood transport. The research group has 30 years of experience in applied research and problem solving surrounding these topics/areas/sciences. We use advanced software for studying flow phenomena. This work is supported by experimental verification, and our own software development. The group's competence makes us well equipped to study/research phenomena in aerodynamics, fluid-dynamics, thermodynamics, granual flow, particle technology, flow in porous media, flow in fish farm nets, reactor technology, and many more.
In this context, flow is understood as all transport of mass and/or heat.
Ernst Arne Meese
Jan Erik Øvrebø Olsen