SINTEF Publications database includes full-text publications, references to publications, and other results from R & D activities in SINTEF, its units, departments and employees. With well in excess of 13 000 titles listed, it reflects SINTEF’s entire research portfolio.
Brasse crude oil – Properties and behaviour at sea
A weathering study has been conducted on Brasse crude oil. This study included a smallscale laboratory study and a meso-scale flume basin experiment. In addition, standardized dispersibility tests was conducted on various dispersants and their efficiency was determined using the SINTEF Minitower to...
SINTEF Publications includes:
- Journal articles
- Articles from books or conference proceedings
- Research reports
- Presentations, posters and media contributions
Many of the publications can be downloaded as full-text documents. In this case there is a red link marked "Download".
You can utilize the "SINTEF Publications" database for research purposes. Click on the link "View reference" and transfer your references to EndNote / Reference Manager or to the clipboard for further processing.
How to obtain publications from SINTEF research activities
Not all registered publications are available for downloading. The references provide information about where they are published. Using baseline data makes it easy to track down the article in a library and order it there. Other publications are for sale and can be ordered by contacting SINTEF.
There are two entrances to the Publications:
Employee search: If you want publications from a particular author, the easiest way is to search the employee in the search field and then select the link "Show publications".
Publication search: You can use one or several search terms. Avoid words such as "and", "on" and "in". If a search term (topic) yields few or no results, you can try other terms to describe the same subject. The publications search also lets you search by using the authors' name, and possibly combine the name with the subject. The authors name is written straight forward, without commas, and last name is often sufficient.