Innovative vortex-induced vibration test rig launched
SINTEF has designed and manufactured the test rig that mainly will be used for full scale vortex-induced vibrations (VIV) testing of risers and other type of cylindrical structures.
Preventing hurricanes using air bubbles
Many people have tried to find ways of preventing hurricanes before they make landfall, resulting in the loss of human lives. Norwegian researchers believe that the answer lies in cold bubbles.
This is where tomorrow’s offshore wind technology is being tested
The industry is predicting a bright future for floating offshore wind farms. An entirely new concept has recently been tested in Trondheim.
Innovative Technologies for Sustainable Fisheries
SINTEF Ocean participates in a European research project called SMARTFISH H2020, coordi-nated by SINTEF Ocean in Norway, which aim is to develop technological solutions to an ef-ficient, compliant and environmentally sustainable fishing sector
Received prestigious award
Senior Researcher Rachel Tiller received the prestigious Fulbright Arctic Chair Award for 2018-2019. She will be a Visiting Scholar at the Maritime Studies Program at Texas A&M University at Galveston outside Houston.
Testing under way for the world's first autonomous container vessel
Model tests of the world's first battery-driven, autonomous container vessel are currently under way in the Ship Model Tank at SINTEF Ocean. The vessel will be ready for launch in eighteen months time.
Norwegian bioprocess centre opens
The aim of the new Norwegian Centre for Bioprocessing and Ingredients Research (BIOPRO) is to contribute towards the utilisation of bioresources from the food and seafood industries.
Is frozen cod just as good as fresh?
Yes. As long as it is handled properly, new research reveals.
A “health centre” for juvenile salmon
The condition of the water in salmon hatcheries can tell us a great deal about when and why outbreaks of disease occur. Now, SINTEF researchers are about to expose the water’s secrets, both to prevent suffering in fish and to save the aquaculture industry a great deal of money.