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    • CO2 BLEVE (Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion) 

      Ke, Wei (Master thesis, 2009-06-26)
      Boiling Liquid Expanding Vapor Explosion (BLEVE) has caused many accidents in industry, while research with BLEVE is still limited with scarcity of experimental data. Among all pressurized liquefied gases (PLGs), CO2 plays ...
    • CO2 capture solvent performance characterization 

      Peresunko, Nataliia (Master thesis, 2015-09-25)
      The aim of this work is to determine partial pressures and CO2 loadings of primary amine aqueous solutions such as monoethanolamine, 3-amino-1-propanol, 4-amino-1-butanol and 5-amino-1-pentanol at the equal vapor liquid ...
    • CO2 for enhanced oil recovery and secure storage of CO2 in reservoirs 

      Li, Yunhang (Master thesis, 2015-10-30)
      CO2-EOR(Enhanced Oil Recovery) is an effective and useful technology that can not only increase the oil production to meet the increasing need for energy around the world, but also mitigate the negtive influence of global ...
    • Coagulation effects of biological sludge reject water treatment 

      Niazi, Sepideh (Master thesis, 2018)
      This thesis is study of methods for improving the coagulation process of municipal wastewater in Norway, carried out at the Knarrdalstrand wastewater treatment plant in Porsgrunn. In the study two main issue were considered ...
    • Comparing methods for system identification on the quadruple tank 

      Kharel, Bhanu Bhakta (Master thesis, 2015-10-30)
      System Identification in control engineering has been the field of interest for the research and development to find the optimal model of dynamic system. Both MIMO and SISO systems can be modeled using different system ...
    • Comparison of CO2 dehydration processes after CO2 capture 

      Okoli, Kenneth Ikechukwu (Master thesis, 2017)
      This study compares two conventional methods of CO2 dehydration processes after CO2 capture and its suitability of use. The methods are Triethylene Glycol (TEG) absorption and 3A Molecular sieve adsorption. Chapter 1 and ...
    • Computational modeling and experimental studies on fluidized bed regimes 

      Jaiswal, Rajan (Master thesis, 2018)
      The fluidization technology has a wide range of applications from chemical synthesis to pneumatic transportation and circulation of species. Different process applications require different flow regimes and the type of ...
    • Computational modeling of fluidized bed behavior with agglomerates. 

      Jakobsen, Krister (Master thesis, 2020)
      The transition towards the use of more renewable energy is an essential subject for the imminent climate crisis. Biomass can be converted into syngas in a gasification process. The formation of agglomerates in a Bubbling ...
    • Computational study of heat transfer in subsea deadlegs for evaluation of possible hydrate formation 

      Andersen, Hilde (Master thesis, 2007)
      The background for this project is the request of achieving more knowledge of the temperature and velocity fields in different subsea deadleg geometries. This is important to avoid hydrate formation in subsea equipment. ...
    • Control system for mass flow rate of solids in pneumatic conveying 

      Sæther, Arild (Master thesis, 2008-06-06)
      The aim of the thesis is to make a model of the mass flow rate of solids in the pneumatic conveying systems situated at the POSTEC/Tel-Tek research facility to be used for the testing of model predictive control of these ...
    • Cost estimation of CO2 removal in HYSYS 

      Kallevik, Ove Braut (Master thesis, 2010-10-18)
      A Hysys simulation of a CO2 capture process by absorption in a monoethanol amine (MEA) solution from the flue gas from a 500 MW natural gas power plant has been developed as a verification of earlier simulations at TUC. ...
    • Cost-effective and safe oil production from existing and near-future oil fields 

      Moradi, Ali (Master thesis, 2020)
      Despite the rapid progress in the area of renewable energy, fossil fuels will remain the world’s most important energy source for the foreseeable future. Therefore, in order to meet future energy demands, increasing the ...
    • CO₂ dehydration after CO₂ capture 

      Rai, Birendra (Master thesis, 2016)
      The presence of free water is considered as one of the major impurities for the pipeline transportation of gas. Corrosion and hydrate formation in the process plant equipment are common problems associated with the free ...
    • Data Cloud Platform for Data Management, Logging, Control and Monitoring 

      Schulstock, Sindre Marius (Master thesis, 2016)
      It has become more and more common in today's society to implement automated systems for monitoring and controlling objects remotely across existing network infrastructures. In this master’s thesis, design and implementation ...
    • Design and development of Windows Store application for measurements and monitoring 

      Gurhan, Ahmed (Master thesis, 2015-09-18)
      The apparatus and technical implementations used to measure and monitor weather parameters, combined with the mathematical models used to predict the weather makes a weather system perfect for education and research in ...
    • Design av desentraliserte og suboptimale regulatorer for diskrete systemer 

      Skilbred, Ole Christian (Master thesis, 2005)
      Denne rapporten beskriver hvordan optimaliseringproblemet knyttet til optimalregulering, kan løses ved hjelp av optimaliseringsrutiner. En algoritme er laget og implementert i MatLab versjon 6.5 (R13) for optimal innstilling ...
    • Design of a Low-Voltage High-Power DC Power Supply for Microbial Electrochemical Synthesis 

      Sundling, Vilde (Master thesis, 2020)
      This Master’s Thesis is established to design an optimal low-voltage high-power DC power supply which can feed a biochemical system consisting of a microbial electrolysis cell, which further is connected to an existing ...
    • Determination of particle velocities in pneumatic conveying 

      Zinchenko, Maryna (Master thesis, 2015-10-09)
      The main objective of this investigation was to formulate a technique for particle velocity determination in pneumatic conveying system. Plastic pellets were transported in a pneumatic conveying experimental rig. A large ...
    • Deterministic flood control using MPC on the Kragerø waterways 

      Evensen, Robin (Master thesis, 2015-11-06)
      The Kragerø Waterways consist of 5 power plants downstream after Lake Toke, Dalsfos is the first of these power plants. As a deterministic flood control of Lake Toke and Dalsfos there has been designed a MPC. The MPC uses ...
    • Detonations in fuel-oxygen mixtures 

      Bat, Abdulkadir (Master thesis, 2015-09-18)
      A brief literature study was carried out to learn more about detonations, deflagrations, shock waves and critical tube diameters. A comprehensive experimental test rig was assembled based on an earlier test rig. The rig ...