To main content

Marita Wolden

Research Scientist

Marita Wolden

Research Scientist

Marita Wolden
Phone: 971 26 751
Email:
Department: Process Technology
Office: Tiller

Publications and responsibilities

Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1741543

A comprehensive three-phase flow campaign, funded by Equinor as part of the Tanzania gas field development project [1] [2] [3], was carried out in the SINTEF Large Scale Loop at Tiller in 2017-2018. The experiments were conducted in a 94 meter long 8" pipe, with 2.5° inclination at 60 bar nominal sy...

Authors Jørn Kjølaas Tor Erling Unander Heiner Schümann Marita Wolden Henning Holm
Year 2019
Type Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1741507

A comprehensive three-phase flow campaign, funded by Equinor as part of the Tanzania gas field development project [1] [2] [3], was carried out in the SINTEF Large Scale Loop at Tiller in 2017-2018. The experiments were conducted in a 94 meter long 8" pipe, with 2.5° inclination at 60 bar nominal sy...

Authors Jørn Kjølaas Tor Erling Unander Heiner Schümann Marita Wolden Henning Holm
Year 2019
Type Academic lecture
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1487334

At high gas rates, even small amounts of liquid can have a significant impact on the pressure drop, and this is important to model accurately when designing wet gas transport systems. In order to gain an improved understanding of this matter, several sets of two- and three-phase experiments in low l...

Authors Jørn Kjølaas Tor Erling Unander Marita Wolden Andrea Shmueli Alvarado Henning Holm
Year 2017
Type Academic chapter/article/Conference paper
Publication
https://www.sintef.no/en/publications/publication/?pubid=1436105

As presented earlier at the OFCS [1], a specific Cold Flow concept has been developed and tested under high-pressure laboratory conditions, building on the realisation that precipitation phenomena in multiphase production flows may be controlled through use of a recirculation seeding and cooling pro...

Year 2009
Type Lecture