• Risk assessment of strait crossing bridges 

      Forsnes, Mari Krogness (Master thesis, 2015)
      The purpose of this thesis is to try to provide an overall risk picture for the planned strait cross- ing (SC) bridges on coastal highway E39 between Trondheim and Kristiansand in Norway. The thesis starts off by explaining ...
    • Risk Based Maintenance in hydrogen refuelling stations: Focus on Safety and Business Interruption risk 

      La Conca, Claudio (Master thesis, 2020)
      Hydrogen FCVs (Fuel Cell Vehicles) could be one of the options to switch from fossil fuels to renewable sources with no greenhouse gas emissions. The potential future increase of FCVs will lead to the development of a ...
    • Risk based quality monitering in projects 

      Rønningen, Andreas (Master thesis, 2010)
      This executive summary presents an overview of each chapter and focuses on the most important findings and suggested improvements. Chapter 2 offers an introduction presenting the background of this thesis. It is a thesis ...
    • Risk control in the well drilling phase: BOP system reliability assessment 

      Strand, Geir Ove; Lundteigen, Mary Ann (Safety and Reliability of Complex Engineered Systems;, Chapter; Conference object; Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2015)
      The blowout preventer (BOP) is the main well control device used to ensure the safety of well drilling and intervention operations. The BOP is qualified for the demanding conditions that may come from uncontrolled flow ...
    • Risk influence frameworks for activity-related risk analysis during operation: A literature review 

      Yang, Xue; Haugen, Stein; Li, Yuandan (Journal article, 2017)
      Experience gained in the petroleum activities have showed that major accident risk is inherent in daily activities. Risk influence methodology is perceived as a good candidate to model the activity-related risk, as a key ...
    • Risk information for operational decision-making in the offshore oil and gas industry 

      Yang, Xue; Haugen, Stein (Journal article, 2016)
      Operational planning decisions, which are characterized by relatively short time lag between decision and implementation, have received little attention in risk and safety research in offshore oil and gas industry. The ...
    • Risk modelling of collision between supply ships and oil- and gas installations 

      Tvedt, Erik Fredheim (Master thesis, 2014)
      This thesis is a framework for risk influence modelling of supply vessel-platform collisions, with the inclusion of central concepts from the Risk OMT model. The framework is a improvement from existing QRA frameworks in ...
    • Risk of collision between service vessels and offshore wind turbines 

      Dai, Lijuan; Ehlers, Sören; Rausand, Marvin; Utne, Ingrid Bouwer (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2013)
      Offshore wind farms are growing in size and are situated farther and farther away from shore. The demand for service visits to transfer personnel and equipment to the wind turbines is increasing, and safe operation of the ...
    • Risk-Based Inspection of a Fish Feed Factory. 

      Frøland, Jon Stjernløf (Master thesis, 2018)
      Production equipment is always subject to corrosion and material degradation, e.g. wear and fatigue, when in operation. The extent of deterioration depends on several parameters such as material selection, operating ...
    • Risk-based maintenance backlog 

      Rødseth, Harald (Chapter, 2018)
      A relevant issue in manufacturing and production seems to be “silo”-organisations and “silo”-planning with lack of coordination between departments. Integrated Planning (IPL) is a concept that aims to cope with this ...
    • Risk-related information needed through the planning process for offshore activities 

      Sarshar, Sizarta; Haugen, Stein; Skjerve, Ann Britt M (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      Planning and plan quality influence safe and efficient execution of work in offshore oil and gas activities. An important basis for developing good plans and making good decisions during the planning process is to have the ...
    • Robot vision for automatic inspection of Permanent-magnets 

      Helland, Thomas (Master thesis, 2016)
      This project has been performed in cooperation with Rolls-Royce Marine. They have a new electric motor soon hitting the masses, and there is a hope that the magnets used in this motor can be automatically quality controlled ...
    • Robotic Assembly of Power Electronics 

      Grifftun, Marius Christopher (Master thesis, 2017)
      The purpose of this Master's thesis was to investigate the possibility to perform a robotic assembly of power electronics for Siemens. The focus was on an inverter for a diesel-electric propulsion system used on vessels. ...
    • Robotic Assembly Using 3D and 2D Computer Vision 

      Larsen, Kristoffer; Bjørkedal, Asgeir (Master thesis, 2016)
      The content of this thesis concerns the development and evaluation of a robotic cell used for automated assembly. The automated assembly is made possible by a combination of an eye-inhand 2D camera and a stationary 3D ...
    • Robotic Assembly Using a 3D Camera 

      Tysse, Geir Ole; Morland, Martin (Master thesis, 2015)
      In this thesis we explain how two parts from the automotive industry can be assembled using an RGB-D camera providing colour (RGB) and depth (D) as a combined RGB-D image, and two KUKA Agilus manipulators with six revolute ...
    • Robotic Autoscanning of Highly Skewed Ship Propeller Blades 

      Njåstad, Eirik Bjørndal; Munthe-Kaas, Njål; Egeland, Olav (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2018)
      This paper presents an approach for a complete scanning of ship propeller blades. Inline quality control for advanced manufacturing or inspection of operational propeller blades requires automated and highly accurate 3D ...
    • Robotic Cleaning of Fish Processing Plants: Kinematics, vision and Optimization using Artificial Intelligence 

      Bjørlykhaug, Emil Dale (Doctoral theses at NTNU;2019:280, Doctoral thesis, 2019)
      A robotic cleaning system for fish processing plants has been designed and implemented. The system is based on a custom-made manipulator specifically designed for robotic cleaning of fish processing lines. This manipulator ...
    • Robotic Cleaning System for Salmon Slaughterhouses 

      Bjørlykhaug, Emil Dale (Master thesis, 2016)
      The purpose of this Master's thesis is to look at possible designs for a robotic cleaning solution for salmon slaughterhouses due to the daily need for cleaning and thus high labor costs, and simulate these solutions. In ...
    • Robotic Multiple-Pass Welding of V-Groove Butt Joints 

      Evensen, Bjørn Emil (Master thesis, 2016)
      Intelligent and automated production have become an inevitable trend for manufacturing companies in developed countries. Robotic welding is a key component in order to ac- complish a competitive and effective production. ...
    • Robotic Welding of Steel Casing for Electrodes used in Silicon Production 

      Milak, Haris (Master thesis, 2017)
      Robotic welding systems are today frequently used in various types of manufacturing applications. This master's thesis examines the possibilities for implementing robotic welding in limited space at the smelting factories ...