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Magnus Hjelstuen

Research Manager

Magnus Hjelstuen

Research Manager

Magnus Hjelstuen
Phone: 934 98 279
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Department: Smart Sensor Systems
Office: Oslo

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1466850

The micro-sonde well logging system utilizes miniaturized data logging devices, which are released at the bottom of a well and record downhole parameters whilst being transported by fluid flow to surface. The μSonde capsules are designed to be small enough to pass restrictions without obstructing...

Authors Dave Gardner Magnus Hjelstuen Truls Fallet Steinar Kragset Hans Petter Lohne Karsten Husby Faycal Riad Hamou Øyvind Nistad Stamnes Branson Belle
Year 2017
Type Chapter
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1511171

Exploitation of super-critical water from deep geothermal resources can potentially give a 5-10 fold increase in the power output per well. Such an improvement represents a significant reduction in investment costs for deep geothermal energy projects, thus improving their competitiveness. The...

Authors Jon Vedum Morten Hamremoen Røed Sigbjørn Kolberg Magnus Hjelstuen Anders Liverud Øyvind Nistad Stamnes
Year 2017
Type Academic article
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1510674

Exploitation of super-critical water from deep geothermal resources can potentially give a 5-10 fold increase in the power output per well. Such an improvement represents a significant reduction in investment costs for deep geothermal energy projects, thus improving their competitiveness. The...

Authors Jon Vedum Morten Hamremoen Røed Sigbjørn Kolberg Magnus Hjelstuen Anders Liverud Øyvind Nistad Stamnes
Year 2017
Type Academic lecture
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=946673

This paper presents the thermal performance of a proposed thermal management device (patented in 2009) intended for a thermophoresis-based soot sensor. The performance was studied for temperatures ranging from 50 to 400 °C and for exhaust speeds up to 10 m/s. It also presents the design and basic...

Authors Andreas Larsson Olav Barros Storstrøm Torleif Andre Tollefsen Magnus Hjelstuen Robert Bjorklund Anita Lloyd Spetz Mats L Johansson Ann Grant Peter Jozsa Per-Erik Fägerman Jaska Paaso Lars Hammarlund
Year 2012
Type Academic article