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2016
14 OCT

Better water management will make oil extraction more efficient in the future

New development partnership will minimize human error in the management of the constantly increasing volume of water processed on platforms in the Danish part of the North...

Robot technology and automation Electrotechnology Energy efficiency Energy production Ships and offshore constructions Fossil fuels
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
12 JAN

Shark skin with X factor

Flow dynamics:   A course project on sharkskin which can be used to make hulls more streamlined suddenly went from being a university project to a research project...

Energy Ships and offshore constructions
2015
25 JUN

DTU team wins category in VentureCup 2015

The team EDS (Ecological Disposal Systems) has won the category 'Cleantech & Environment' in VentureCup's annual StartUp Competition.  As winner, the team and the winners...

Ships and offshore constructions Entrepreneurship Environment and pollution
22 JUN

Help on its way for seafarers in Arctic waters

A partnership involving DTU, Copenhagen Business School, and the business community is to reinforce the Arctic commerce within the commonwealth.

Polar research Ships and offshore constructions
18 MAR

Maritime partnership launched with 14 projects

A new collaboration agreement will allow the Blue INNOShip partnership to start work on cleaning up shipping.

Ships and offshore constructions
02 MAR

Using electrospun nanofibers to counter NOx emission from heavy shipping

Maritime shipping has grown fourfold in 20 years and the pollution from shipping is fast becoming a serious health problem on land. DTU Energy is part of the EU project...

Catalysis Combustion engines Ships and offshore constructions Electrochemistry
2014
21 MAY

The ocean—future source of energy and food

The future oceans around Europe will contain even more offshore wind farms, wave energy systems and different kinds of aquacultures for fish- and seaweed farms. But the...

Ships and offshore constructions Coasts and harbours Construction and mechanics
13 MAY

Small contribution to cleaner shipping

A new alloy developed by a DTU researcher can help to reduce the shipping industry’s massive pollution.

Ships and offshore constructions

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