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Photo Gallery: Students and Staff Spring 2020
The following is an excerpt.
Enjoy some CASA moments. Here is a small visual summary from spring 2020.
Trip to Røros. Postdoctor with an axe. Bjørn Håkon Frodal.
February. MSc students Sondre Tjessem and Bjørn Gjertsen work on testing and modelling of cast rims in aluminium. Here, discussing the topic with Magnus Langseth and Magnus Langseth and senior engineer Tore Wisth.
January. A fresh start on the new year. Guest lecture from one of Norway’s most famous speakers, Ingebrigt Steen Jensen.
MSc students Sondre Tjessem and Bjørn Gjertsen (right).
Guided tour via laptop. Ådne Lund shows his co-supervisor Panagiotis Manoleas around.
Steel structures, final camera check. Ådne Lund ready to test.
March. Erla Christine Gudding and her supervisor, Professor Arild Holm Clausen. Guddings project concerns steel beams joined with so-called butt welds.
Postdoctor Maria Jesus Perez working with the scanning electron microscope.
MSc students Magnus Pjaaka Torp (right) and Håkon Frydenberg supervised by PhD candidate Ole Vestrum.
January. Audi Vendors Learn about CASA’s Contribution to Safer Cars.
Visitors from Hydro early in January. From left: Martin Sagen, Trond Furu, Andrea Toning and CASA`s director Magnus Langseth to the right.
March. MSc student Jørgen Sørbøl works on «Performance of perforated aluminium plartes subjected to blast loading».
High-speed compression tests on low-strength steels in the Split-Hopkinson pressure bar at SIMLab. From left: Postdoctor Maria Jesus Peres, senior engineer Trond Auestad, Researcher Borja Erice and PhD candidate Einar Schwenke.
Haakon Johannesen and Oddvar H. Johannesen write their MSc thesis together.
PhD candidate Ole Vestrum works withNTNU´s X-Ray MicroCT (XRMCT) machine.
Welded junction. Engineers Steinar Seehus and Trond Auestad working on MSc student Ådne Lunds set-up.
Steel structures. Engineer Steinar Seehus preparing the set up for MSc student Ådne Lund.
Students Magnus Pjaaka Torp (left) and Håkon Frydenberg are well into the preparations for their MSc thesis. Professor and supervisor Tore Børvik in the middle.
Cast Rim subjected to MSc students…
MsC student Bjørn Gjertsen.
March. MSc student Erla Christine Gudding and senior engineer Trond Auestad.
Jørgen Sørbøl in the shock tube.
A polymer coated pipeline ready for testing.
Winter Games. From left: Kristian Larsen, Asle Tomstad, Vegard Aune and arild Holm Clausen.
May 19. Ådne Lund, with co-supervisor Panagiotis Manoleas, who followed the tests via videolink from Stockholm.
After the blast loading. Associate professor Vegard Aune and MSc student Jørgen Sørbøl.
26 March. Due to the Covid-10 virus, PhD candidate Ole Vestrum performed the first digital defence in SIMLabs history.
Post blast loading. Senior Engineer Trond Auestad, Associate professor Vegard Aune and MSc student Jørgen Sørbøl.
January: The executive board of Trondheim municipality, including the mayor Rita Ottervik, have witnessed a crash test in the kicking machine.
Good times at work. Trond Auestad and Jørgen Sørbøl.
May. After 2 months offset, Oddvar Hestetræet Johannessen was able to perform dynamic tests in the kicking machine.
MSc student Sondre Tjessem takes the final check on the test set up in the new 5 MN (MegaNewton) test rig at the Department of Structural Engineering.
20. May 2020
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