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2022
Fotograf: Peter Brøgger
02 FEB

Engineering science gains popularity in sailing

A large mathematical model of wind and water’s physical forces will help Team Danmark’s sailors to achieve top rankings internationally.

Construction and mechanics Ships and offshore constructions
MAN Energy Solutions’ full-scale test engine at Research Centre Copenhagen. Photo Erik G. Lund
10 JAN

3D-printed engine parts can make cargo ships more eco-friendly

New green fuels and a goal of increasing performance can make it attractive to 3D print parts of the large cargo ship engines.

Combustion engines Ships and offshore constructions
2021
Photo: Colourbox
16 SEP

Alliance with Singapore is to start green wave in shipping

To achieve the Danish government’s goal of climate-neutral shipping in 2050, DTU has entered into an alliance with NTU in Singapore, the aim being for the universities...

CO2 separation and CO2 storage Ships and offshore constructions
2020
23 NOV

New Danish model to contribute to the design of safer ships

Large container ships up to 400 metres in length will in future be designed with greater safety in mind. This will be done by updating a model developed at DTU.

Ships and offshore constructions
2019
Foto: Maersk Line
03 DEC

Large ships must run on green fuel

Gas produced from biowaste and wind may make shipping traffic carbon neutral. Maersk Line has teamed up with DTU and Chinese partners to develop sustainable fuel for...

Bioenergy Engineering Ships and offshore constructions
2018
Portfolio Review Meeting AAU Esbjerg
02 MAR

Research enhanced in all programmes

Fifteen new research projects will been launched after this year’s first funding round at the Danish Hydrocarbon Research and Technology Centre. The new projects all hold...

Energy Fossil fuels Energy production Geology Mapping and surveying Raw materials and raw materials exploitation Chemistry Ships and offshore constructions
2017
Photo: Colourbox
29 JUN

New models can predict when offshore constructions will fail

Emilio Martínez Paneda from DTU Mechanical Engineering has developed a new model that can predict when and how cracks will initiate and propagate in structural components...

Materials Ships and offshore constructions
2016
PhD Defence at DTU Mechanical Engineering
27 JUL

PhD Defence 8th August: "Improved Design Basis of Welded Joints in Seawater"

Olafur Magnus Olafsson from DTU Mechanical Engineering defends his PhD, "Improved Design Basis of Welded Joints in Seawater", Monday 8th August at 13:00. The defence...

Construction and mechanics Ships and offshore constructions
PhD Defence at DTU Mechanical Engineering
12 MAY

PhD Defence 14th June: "Estimation of Waves and Ship Responses Using Onboard Measurements...

Najmeh Montazeri from DTU Mechanical Engineering defends her PhD, "Estimation of Waves and Ship Responses Using Onboard Measurements", Tuesday, 14th June at 14:00. The...

Construction and mechanics Ships and offshore constructions
Photo: Ingrid Marie Vincent Andersen
13 APR

Waste heat from ship engines can be used for electricity production

In industry, there are many sources of low-temperature heat—heat which is often found in connection with waste products such as the hot exhaust gases from a ship’s combustion...

Energy Energy production Energy systems Fossil fuels Construction and mechanics Combustion engines Ships and offshore constructions

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