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Blow-Out Behavior, Power hardware-in-the-loop and Offshore logistics

This spring we will promote the research conducted by our twelve talented PhD students. Five webinar sessions are scheduled, each with two or three PhD presentations.


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This is the first session in the series, where the following will be presented:

  • Blow-Out Behavior of Ammonia/Hydrogen/Nitrogen-Air Flames, by Martin Richter
  • Power hardware-in-the-loop: matching real life full-scale and laboratory downscaled power electronic converters, by Daniel Mota
  • Weather-dependent offshore logistics planning, by Andreas Ormevik

A short summary of the presentations can be found on the registration page.

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