Many users choose a glass design after testing 30 samples. Possibly worrying fact: you may need thousands of tests to get statistically trustworthy results.
Dynamic positioning (DP) of ships has a 55 years industrial history, and in 2015 it was awarded by the readers of “Teknisk Ukeblad” as the most significant engineering achievement in Norway after World War 2. The origin of this industrial adventure in Norway is from NTNU. In the DP-Lab the
PhD candidate Johan Kolstø Sønstabø at SFI CASA, NTNU, has spent ten weeks with Honda R&D Americas as part of his work on flow-drill screw connections to join aluminium sheets. Here is his report from the stay:
Every year at IPM the course TMM4150 Machine design and Mechatronics is taught. It is a basic introduction to mechatronic methodology, censor technology, actuators, Arduino, etc.; basically, the foundation of any maker who wants to build more functional, mechanical or even “smart” prototypes.
Every spring a bike race is arranged behind the main building of NTNU. The proud second graders on NTNU show off the special bikes they have made in the popular “bike course”. A bicycle made by a student may offer physical challenges.
For some serious illnesses such as obesity, prostate cancer and chronic kidney failure several treatment methods exists. Each of these methods will have unlike impacts on a person’s live. Sometimes it is unclear which treatment will give the best results, due to uncertainties how the disease will develop and how
Pure aluminium is a very soft metal, not suitable for any kind of structural use. To make it stronger, some kind of alloying elements are always used.
Kahoot is a gamed based learning platform developed amongst others by Alf Inge Wang, professor at the Department of Computer and Information Science, NTNU. The game was launched in august 2013, and is today played by over 50 million people in 180 countries.
Judging by industry and public interest in her subject, Karoline Osnes has brilliant prospects. In a few years she will know more about the behaviour of glass in explosions than most people on the planet.