They are incomprehensibly small but have a significant impact on the safety of aluminium structures. Dr Asle Joachim Tomstad pinpoints the importance of primary particles.
Honor and glory to Rannveig Marie Færgestad, who has received the Norwegian Industrial Forum for Space Activities (NIFRO) prize for the best space-related master’s thesis.
SFI CASA’s Vegard Aune is among the 25 carefully selected participants in NTNU’s next Outstanding Academic Fellows Programme. The scheme aims to accelerate the international career of the university’s top talented young researchers
Within a few days this spring, 30 blast loads detonated inside one of the Norwegian Defence Agency’s test facilities. Behind the destruction lies CASA and NDEA’s shared goal to understand more of what happens during close-range blasts in confined spaces.
SFI CASA was one of the selected places to visit when the Standing Committee on Education and Research visited NTNU on 4 April.
Master´s student Einer Herrem´s great interest in cars has led him to destroy 21 windshields. The aim is to model how the safety glass behave under impact.
Aluminum makes our modern lives work. Sigurd Aune’s PhD work could help things work even better.
The 2021 Annual Report is ready for download. New stories, new profiles, new summaries, and new photos. Plus, the usual stuff of facts and figures, projects and publications, cooperation and annual accounts.
Research Scientist Anette Brocks Hagen at SINTEF have a fascination for deformation and failure in materials. She delves deep to reveal precisely why and where they occur, and now she is preparing to share news on some exciting findings.
How can we minimize the risk of electric vehicle batteries catching fire? How to design maximum safe vehicle security barriers? And how can we utilize 3D-printed components in protective structures? See the list of this years Master´s projects.
The YouTube channel for Norwegian SciTech News has released a short video-version on the KPN SLADE project.
Karoline Osnes is one of the CASA researchers who has recently changed jobs. She now works at CASA’s partner Multiconsult. Fortunately, the collaboration with the Centre continues, as she has been appointed Associate Professor II.
Our neighbours are crushing Norway in innovation. The gap between what the business community needs and what the universities deliver is only growing. What can we do about it? asks SFI CASA´s director Magnus Langseth in this chronicle published in the newspaper Khrono.
Some people have been busy blowing up composites for aircraft structures in the SIMLab Shock Tube Facility lately. Their urge to destroy may make your future flights safer.
Kinga Somlo knows more than most about how the smallest building blocks in metals affect the behaviour of readymade products.
This video shows that neither this year’s pre-Christmas turned out quite as we had planned. Now it is crucial to stay patient for a while longer, keep calm and take care of each other. We wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy 2022!
Equinor and Gassco collaborate with SFI CASA on testing full-scale steel pipelines from the Johan Sverdrup field in the North Sea. Several dynamic tests will be performed during the following weeks.