Project: Smart Maritime
Date: 01.09.2018

MSc thesis

 MSc theses on topics related to Smart Maritime available for consultation

 

 

MSc students

University, Department

Year

Topic MSc thesis

Mats William Snåre; Jon Halfdanarson

NTNU, Energy and Process Engineering

2015

Implementation and application of an integrated framework for economic and environmental assessment of maritime transport vessels

Jørgen Rørvik

NTNU, Marine Technology

2016

Application of Inviscid Flow CFD for prediction of Motions and Added Resistance of Ships

Haakon Utby

NTNU, Marine Technology

2016

Hydrodynamic optimization of bulk and tank ship hulls

Anna Karina Magnussen

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Rational calculation of sea margin

Jens Christoffer Gjølme

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Estimation of Speed Loss due to Current, Wind and Waves

Sigbjørn Wiik

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Voluntary speed loss

Fredrik Gyberg

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Design, modelling and control of a generic crane for marine application

Thomas Haraldsen Evang

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Marine Crane Dynamics Lab - Modelling and experimental validation

Jan Olav Øksnes

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Regeneration in Crane Operation

Anna Ringvold

NTNU, Industrial Ecology

2017

Prospective life cycle assessment of container shipping

Mafalda Silva

NTNU, Industrial Ecology

2017

Life cycle assessment of marine fuel production

Martin Øksdal Bakke; Peter SlinningTenfjord

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Simulation-Based Analysis of Vessel Performance During Sailing - Describing a simulation platform applied in early stage ship design

Andrea Aarseth Langli

NTNU, Marine Technology

2017

Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems - Selecting the Best EGCS Option Using the Analytic Hierarchy Process and Cost Benefit Analysis

Jon Hovem Leonhardsen

 NTNU, Marine Technology

2017 

Estimation of Fuel Savings from Rapidly Reconfigurable Bulbous Bows Exemplifying the Value of Agility in Marine Systems Design

Jon-Erik Hvidsten Remme

 NTNU, Marine Technology

2017 

Multivariate Data Analysis in Conceptual Vessel Design – A Study of Offshore Construction Vessels 

Joakim Tveiten Vigsnes

 NTNU, Marine Technology 

2018 

Comparison of seakeeping analyses  

Mario Delgado

 NTNU, Industrial Ecology 

2018 

Reconciling Big Data on Trade Statistics and Ship Traffic: A Case Study 

Jens Kristian Myhrer Bredahl 

 NTNU, Marine Technology 

2018

Experimental Study of High-Pressure Gas Injection Using Optical Methods

Ole Johan Jørgensen Lønnum 

NTNU, Marine Technology  

2018 

Deep Learning Metocean Simulation and its Applications in Marine Simulation-based Design 

Jens Berg Ildstad 

NTNU, Marine Technology 

2018

Use of turbulence stimulation on ship models

Even Wollebæk Førrisdal 

NTNU, Marine Technology 

2018

Empirical prediction of resistance of fast catamarans

Benjamin Vist Hagen 

NTNU, Marine Technology 

2018 

Influence of a wavefoil on the wave pattern resistance of a ship

Contacts:

  • NTNU - Department of Marine Technology: Sverre Steen, Sergey Ushakov
  • NTNU - Industrial Ecology Programme:Anders H. Strømman
  • NTNU - Ålesund Faculty of Maritime Technology and Operations: Vilmar Æsøy