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aims to develop next generation design methodology and recommendations for materials standards that will allow design of more compact, lightweight and robust steam-based bottoming cycles. This can promote their broad implementation in offshore oil and gas production for both stationary and movable rigs and ships.
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Playing around with a new software – a good enough reason to go abroad?
Guestblogger: Karl Lundqvist, PhD Candidate at Department of Energy end Process Engineering at NTNU. Not many people are aware that exhaust gasses from…
Recovering wasted heat from offshore gas tubines
COMPACTS aims to develop technology that can help Norway and other oil and gas producing countries reach their climate goals. An op-ed was…
- Project Manager: SINTEF Energy Research
- EFFORT KPN (Knowledge Building Project with User Involvement)
- Industrial Partners: GDF SUEZ, Statoil, Alfa Laval and Marine Aluminium
- Research-partners: SINTEF Energy Research (ER), SINTEF Materials and Chemistry (M&C) and NTNU
- Funded by: the Research Council of Norway(80%) and the Industrial partners (20%)
- Budget: 15 mill NOK
- Project Duration: 2014-2018 (April)