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Flatin, Simon (author)
"Arctic Symphony" is an exploration into the intersection of architecture, music, dance, and the temporal dimensions of the Arctic landscape. This project, originally started as a graduation project, transcends traditional architecture by embracing the ever-changing dynamics of the Arctic environment and human interaction.<br/><br/>At the core...
master thesis 2023
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Chen, Billy (author)
Building an oil fairy-tale investigates oil’s potency as a socio-cultural force and its role in shaping civic spaces in Stavanger, Norway. It posits that the Nordic city represents an exemplary case study on the complex and co-dependent interaction between petroleum and architecture. Since the discovery of oil in Norway in the late 1960s, the...
student report 2022
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Meneguolo, Renata (author), Sundal, Anja (author), Martinius, A.W. (author), Veselovsky, Zbynek (author), Cullum, Alex (author), Milovanova, Elvira (author)
Northern Lights is the CO<sub>2</sub> transport and storage component of Longship, the Norwegian full-scale CCS project. Injection is planned into an under-explored sloping saline aquifer in the northern North Sea, the Johansen and Cook formations of the Lower Jurassic Dunlin Group. To bridge the information gap, well 31/5-7 (Eos) was drilled...
journal article 2022
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Höller, Lukas (author)
This research investigates the case of Kirkenes, Norway. The region with its 10.000 inhabitants is located around 400 km above the Arctic Circle within the municipality of Sør-Varanger, Finmark, and is known as the capital of the Barents Region and the gateway to the east. Located around 15km away from the Norwegian-Russian border, Kirkenes has...
master thesis 2020
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Peters, Boaz (author)
The thesis describes the development of the oil and gas industry in Arctic Norway. This sudden increase in wealth is causing urban developments and strong inequalities across different scales. Furthermore, it is causing friction between indigenous Sámi and non-indigenous worldviews, sustained within the culturally fragile county of Finnmark. The...
master thesis 2020
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Palacio Villa, Santiago (author)
In the current geopolitical climate, where Arctic nations are at the brink of conflict in their pursuit for influence and resources, mining has acquired a political character, establishing a delicate equilibrium between resource claims and the protection of the territory. This equilibrium is manifested in the Svalbard Free Zone, where all...
master thesis 2020
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Slierings, Mark (author)
The thesis explores the socio-territorial orientation of Finnmark, northern Norway, in relation to the growing international interest for the development of the mineral industry. This interest is met locally with directly opposing views, favouring on the one hand the cultural development related to land-based practices, and on the other hand...
master thesis 2020
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Pettersen, Aleksander (author)
Battery electric vehicles (BEVs) are considered an important contribution to the global task of creating a greener society as it allows for the benefits of commuting to sustain, without the consequence of pollution. Consequently, central and local governments across the globe are attempting to spark the diffusion of BEVs through various measures...
master thesis 2019
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Hiemstra, Wilma (author)
In an ongoing movement of urbanization, life seems to mostly happen in planned environments while the untouched part of the world sometimes seems to be disconnected from people’s lives. These landscapes can only be fully understood and valued by a physical, sensory experience of it, not by looking at 2D representations. What defines a person’s...
master thesis 2018
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Tol, Eric (author)
Research into what factors have influenced the Battery Electric Vehicle adoption rate difference in Norway and Sweden.
master thesis 2017
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Yip, T. (author)
The purpose of this MSc thesis is to find a feasible concept for a circa 4500 m long buoyancy bridge, which is located at the Sognefjord in Norway. The concept should be structurally and aesthetically competitive. In contrast to bridges on shore with fixed supports, a buoyancy bridge is supported on floating pontoons. As result, loads will cause...
master thesis 2015
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Boonstra, D.A. (author)
Design and construction processes of three Norwegian office renovation projects are analysed to research the best way to organize a design process with ambitious sustainability goals. Actors with decision-making power in these projects are interviewed such as architects, contractors, clients, tenants and sustainability experts. The report...
master thesis 2013
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Laros, A.K.S. (author)
Graduation at ExploreLab 12 Topic: "Trondheim warehouses - past, present & future" Research: An exploration of the reusability of the wooden warehouses in Trondheim, Norway. (The uploaded research is only part of the work done, please contact me form more information about the full research.) Design: A masterplan for the warehouses and the area...
master thesis 2012
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Koolen, G.J.H.M. (author)
With the use of the process-based geological model Delft3D a base case model is set up to simulate the Brent delta using Gullfaks field conditions as appeared during the Aalenian and Bajocian periods in the Mid-Jurassic. The aim is to visualize and comprehend the morphology and stratigraphy of the base case upon changing both wave conditions and...
master thesis 2011
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Arnsten, O.A. (author)
Proceedings on the occasion of professor Alf Tørum's 75th birthday - overview of relevant developments in coastal and offshore engineering with a focus on arctic regions.
report 2008
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Slangen, P. (author)
The Evanger hydro power scheme is located in Western Norway, close to Bergen. The main plant is the Evanger power plant, with a head of 770m. The small Askjelldalsvatn is the intake reservoir for this power plant. The higher located Holskardvatn is connected to Askjelldalsvatn via a tunnel system. It is used as a seasonal storage reservoir to...
master thesis 2008
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Espedal, T.G. (author), Lothe, A.E. (author)
It will be impossible to replace all the ferry routes with regular roads. However, looking at the social economic benefits, one will soon discover that it will pay to shorten the ferry routes as much as possible. One way of shortening the ferry links is to challenge the forces of the nature and actually place the ferry harbour out towards the...
report 1994
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