Articles

On a yearly base, we publish approximately 200 articles, reports, guides and other publications about technological knowledge and innovation - and we are happy to share.

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Latest articles

New IoT-standards to ensure cyber security

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New IoT-standards must protect cyber security for products and equipment connected to the internet.

3D printing technology needs new standards

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How is the quality for standards of new modes of production, such as 3D printing and Additive manufacturing assured?

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Extreme testing for new space products

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Development of nanosatellites is a serious challenge that calls for extreme testing.

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Emergency towing - when preparation is equally important as the operation

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It is well known, that ship incidents can lead to terrible outcomes which is why fast and efficient emergency towing is necessary in order to salvage the ships. However, if the towing operations is not properly trained and prepared for the outcome can end up being even worse.

How you can optimise the curing process for epoxy – and ensure the quality of your product

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Many companies experience challenges with the quality of the finished product when manufacturing composites and coatings. We have therefore identified a thermal analysis method that ensures optimal curing of epoxy in the manufacturing process, thereby reducing the risk of complaints and recalls of products.

Turning basin

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A well-operating turning basin is of vital importance for the port efficiency. But when establishing or re-designing a turning basin does it make sense to follow existing guidelines?

Simulator training safety course

Training the crew

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Team dynamics, communication, mutual understanding and interaction are fundamental parameters for developing a functional and valuable teamwork.

Grounded ship two tugs

Correlations in performance indicators

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Imagine the following scenario: You wish to try a new performance improvement setup on a ship in actual operation.

Connectors cost reliability and money

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Connectors are notoriously considered the “bad boy” in the reliability class.

Knowledge about connector reliability

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Connectors are known for often being crucial to the reliability of a product.

The ISO 19030 standard

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The standard contains descriptions of different methods for measuring and assessing the performance of the hull and propeller of ships. In our daily work, we are deeply involved in measuring performance of ships and have been for many years.

Manoeuvring a megaship can be challenging

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With a TEU capacity of over 15,000, megaships are often challenged by their own manoeuvring capabilities.

Trim optimization

Let CFD do the trim optimisation for you!

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Trim optimisation is one of the easiest and cheapest methods for ship performance optimisation.

Longboard composites layers fibres

Composites leave traditional materials behind

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A longboard made from composites with a lower weight and better riding feel was the result of a case study.

Component disintegrate in unique test facilities

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Life test of components in the harshest and most aggressive environments. 

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composite bicycle

Learnings from designing and producing composite components with natural fibres

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Project testing natural fibres in structural components, where flax-fibres were used in a city bicycle frame.

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Wireless communication and industrial systems

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When using wireless communication in an industrial context, reliability is key.

Verification test of towing tank design

Thruster units and tug models for a new research facility in Singapore

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Offshore tests in a towing tank of two new tug models and additional propulsion systems for TCOM's tug models.

Rendering of new port of Veracruz

Simulation studies used in evaluation

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Simulation studies were used to evaluate the New Port of Veracruz.

Ship simulator training of pilots and tug masters

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Napier Port invests in a ship simulator system from FORCE Technology to train pilots and tug masters in a safer and more controlled environment.

Hygienic integration and project management according to EHEDG

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Many of EHEDG's principles may have validity for a broader audience than the food industry

Hygienic integration and cleaning efficiency in the dairy industry

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Hygienic design and good cleaning procedures should be a top priority - also in the dairy industry.

Today's so-called "wearables" include smart watches and rings — with ever-increasing numbers of sensors inside.

IoT as driver for a digital health sector

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IoT will also affect our health sector. This requires focus on responsible design, safety, and reliability.

Joints and welds are a part of hygienic design. Poor welding can result in less optimised cleaning.

Hygienic design is important in new production equipment

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When planning or optimising food and pharmaceutical production facilities, hygienic design is a must.

Advanced real-time monitoring in supply chains

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How will supply chains be monitored and overseen in the future?

Cyber security screening of products

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How to ensure that IoT-products and devices are adequately secure for their entire lifetime.