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    • Vapor recompression in absorption and desorption process for CO2 capture 

      Kvam, Stian Holst Pedersen (Master thesis, 2015-09-25)
      Due to high emissions of CO2 and the impact it has on our environment, CO2 capture from gases is becoming more and more important. There has been performed a lot of work regarding simulation of CO2 removal at TUC However, ...
    • Viscoelastic entrance flow of Hydrolized Polyacrylamide (HPAAM) 

      Berg, Christian (Master thesis, 2015-11-12)
      The use of polymers in polymer/water flooding enhanced oil recovery (EOR) is a technique used since just after World War 2, and with several full scale fields in operation. Increasing oil prices and more challenging ...
    • Waste heat availability in the raw meal department of a cement plant 

      Amarasinghe, Widuramina Sameendranath (Master thesis, 2017)
      The main aim of this study was to find out the available heat of the exhaust gas stream that is bypassed through the raw meal department at Norcem Brevik cement plant, Norway which produces about 1 million ton of clinker ...
    • Wave Front Tracking using Template Matching and Segmented Regression 

      Siljan, Eirik (Master thesis, 2017)
      The Combustion, Process Safety and Explosions research group at USN has collaborated with California Institute of Technology ( Calttech) and has produced high-speed videos of shock wave fronts. These videos require a ...
    • Wind energy; CFD simulation of wakes and wind turbine forces 

      Fredriksen, Tommy (Master thesis, 2015-09-18)
      Wind power is a clean and renewable energy source, which plays an important role in the world's energy landscape. When developing a wind farm it is beneficial to analyze the flow pattern in order to maximize the total ...