Accurate and reliable modelling of debris exposure by hypervelocity is a challenging task. SFI CASA’s new doctoral student Rannveig Marie Færgestad will spend the following years working on models crucial to ensure safety and sustainability in space.
New PhD candidate: When the chance came, Øystein Eirik Kvist Jacobsen happily accepted the offer of a doctorate at CASA. Here is a brief presentation on what will keep him busy for the next few years.
The weakest adhesive John Fredrick Berntsen has studied in his doctoral dissertation is strong enough to lift a 1 500 kilos car with a bonded area of only 3×3 centimetres.
What happens inside a material before it breaks and fails? How do deformations and cracks occur, and how do they propagate?
MSc students Magnus Pjaaka Torp and Håkon Frydenberg study polymeric coated pipelines and their ability to withstand sudden impact.
CEO of Hydro ASA, Hilde Merete Aasheim, recently got a quick course in how the close collaboration with CASA leads to competitive advantages for the aluminium company.
New knowledge on how to predict the behaviour of elements impossible to see with the naked eye.
One year ago, SFI-CASA started some preliminary activities in the field of additively manufactured metals.
Significant industrial trends can pave the way for closer collaboration between SFI CASA and the world’s largest producer of aluminium profiles.
Early in November a large delegation from China paid a visit to the Gas Gun and Shock Tube facilities.
SFI CASA has established its very first commercial spinoff. The new company is called «Enodo».
Imagine a Virtual Lab were physical crash tests are made history. If you are a car manufacturer, savings could be significant.
With thorough insight in aluminium, automotive industry and anti-terror, it’s hard to imagine a better match for SFI CASA than SINTEF’s new CEO Alexandra Bech Gjørv.
Potentially, a hundred years of student labour is available to the partners in SFI CASA at NTNU. Toyota has caught the essence. They’ve got help twice already.
The folks at SIMLab know better than anyone how aluminium grains behave under attack. Because of that, they decided that brand new SFI CASA needs expertise on atomic level. Randi Holmestad’s expertise.