Centre for Ships and Ocean Structures - Norwegian University of Science and Technology

Partner short name: CeSOS, NTNU

Brief description

CeSOS is a unit within the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) and is an international centre sponsored by RCN, EU and the industry. The research in CeSOS addressess the behaviour of marine structures and involve three principal disciplines: hydrodynamics, structural mechanics and automatic control. CeSOS share unique laboratories for experimental research on marine structures together with the research institute Marintek, the Department of Marine Technology of NTNU and a Rolls Royce University Technology Centre.

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The annual effort on analysis of wind turbines is currently about 20 person years which are partly carried out under the auspices of the offshore wind centre: NOWITECH, involving SINTEF, NTNU and IFE and associated international research partners such as Risø DTU, Fraunhofer and NREL.

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