SINTEF Industry Process Technology
RESEARCH, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION
SINTEF works closely with industry and academia with the aim of reducing and eliminating emissions, cutting costs, making industrial processes more green and sustainable. In addition, we focus on innovation and advanced production to create new industries and jobs. SINTEF can offer access to unique infrastructure and academic networks. We use our process technology expertise across the entire value chain from raw materials through processing to products to increase value creation in industry and solve tomorrow's challenges.
Multiphase Flow Laboratory
SINTEF Multiphase Flow Laboratory is one of the world's largest multiphase test facilities.
High Throughput laboratory - Oslo
The High Throughput laboratory can be divided in three main activates: 1) design and construction of high-throughput equipment, 2) parallel synthesis of materials, and 3) parallel screening of materials properties. We provide automated custom made high precisions equipment for a wide range of applications. Development and application of combinatorial and parallel approaches are used to accelerate the research and development of a large number of industrially relevant processes.
LowEmission Research Centre
The LowEmission Research Centre will develop new technologies and concepts for offshore energy systems, energy efficiency and integration with renewable power production technologies for application on the Norwegian Continental Shelf (NCS).
Upwards - Understanding of the Physics of Wind Turbine and Rotor Dynamics through an Integrated Simulation Framework
The goal of UPWARDS project is to develop a simulation framework, which will incorporate a more complete description of the wind field, turbine, the support structure, and their interaction in order to better understand the physics of the entire system. The complex wind field will be calculated adding interactions from nearby turbines, waves, terrain, etc.
PULP&FUEL – Pulp and Paper Industry Wastes to Fuel
The transport sector is dominated by fossil fuels, and alternative fuels represent currently only 5% of fuel consumption in EU. The EU objective for the share of renewable energy in the transport sector is 10% in 2020. To achieve this goal, new advanced biofuels are needed and must be produced from alternative feedstocks. The goal of the PULP&FUEL EU project is to develop a simple and robust fuel synthesis process taking advantage of the synergy between super critical water gasification (wet gasification) and fixed bed gasification (dry gasification).
New Gemini centre gives greater clout to developing hydrochemical process technology
SINTEF Industri, NTNU and UiO, three partners in the new Gemini Centre HyProS “Hydrochemical process technology in the circular economy”, kicked off the new venture from Herøya Industrial Park last week.