In September Lise and Vigdis attended the 2016 International Hydrogen Conference, supported by among others our collaborating international project partner I2CNER.
Hello everybody! I am Martin, 22 and I am a French student coming from Mines Saint Etienne, which is a Graduate Institute of Science and Technology, member of Institut Mines-Télécom and ranked among the top 15 engineering school in France.
My name is Gunnar Sande, and I am a PhD student in the ROP project. For my thesis, I will focus on experimental work and the technical challenges related to the hyperbaric welding method.
International cooperation is a key factor in research progress within new fields. This blog post by colleague Magne Rudshaug at IFE illustrates this. It is also a glimpse into the complexity of modelling a weld arc.
Vi hoppet litt i stolen da NRK i forrige uke hadde et nyhetsoppslag om historisk mangel på reparasjonsprosedyrer for rørledninger på dypt vann og om mulige katastrofale utslipp på grunn av dette. Påstandene ble punkt for punkt tilbakevist av...
An important part of a research project is telling the world about the results. That's why a group from the project attended the EuroMat Conference in Warsaw September 20. - 24th.
The most critical part of the technology for remotely controlled subsea pipeline repair is the welding operation. To produce high quality multi-pass butt welds at sea depths down to 1000 meter and beyond challenges the welding process and the overall...
Anh and Sunny are eager summer students working in the ROP project. Here are their own words.
Master student Helena has been at the ISOPE conference in Hawaii presenting part of her work on the clad pipes. Here's her travel letter!