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  • 20.5.2011

    RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) and Biometric Solutions will during the next 5-years enable substantial improvements to the logistic, the security and the passenger processes at the airports. The project "Nice Travel" has focused on the opportunities and challenges facing airports, airlines and service providers with regard to the new Auto-ID-technologies. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Background Demand for air travel is growing rapidly. Shortfalls in capacity and other constraints on the efficiency of airports and aircraft operations have negatively impacted the environment. The need to enhance efficiency without increase in emissions, within finite airspace and airport resources while still ensuring high levels of safety, has grown considerably. This feasibility study is the first initiative for co-operation between air navigation service providers (ANSP), airports, airline companies and industry. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Nanosized soot particles are a serious health hazard in urban air. They can penetrate deep into the lungs and their fat solubility makes possible their accumulation in other organs such as the brain. Legislation has therefore continuously reduced the allowable emission levels and raised requirements for reporting the status of the exhaust system (OBD, on board diagnostics) in diesel powered vehicles. more

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  • 20.5.2011

    The Nordic countries are well-known for their high quality agricultural products and good farm management. Family farms are the foundation of Nordic agriculture. Nowadays, external demands on agriculture are increasing, leading to pressures on farms that may become overwhelming. These external demands relate to efficiency, compliance with standards, the environment, ethics and human and animal health. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Gjenbruk og ombruk av materialer er et meget viktig virkemiddel for å redusere miljøbelastningen i bygge- og anleggsnæringen. Gjenbruksmaterialer (GBM) er ikke så mye anvendt som ønskelig i de nordiske land fordi det er en mangel på tilfredsstillende karakterisering av materialene og manglende system for miljødeklarasjon. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Målsætningen ved dette projekt er at udvikle en højtemperatur- polymerbrændselscelle med reformeret methanol som brændsel. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Vid projektstart rådde i de Nordiska länderna olika syn på materialet betong, olika proportioneringsfilosofi, olika utvärdering av delmaterialegenskaper, främst vad gäller ballasten och olika sätt att utnyttja delmaterialen. Behovet av höjd kunskapsnivå accentuerades också av introduktionen av den självkompakterande betongen under slutet av 1990-talet. more

  • 20.5.2011

    The Nordic Biofibre Network - Biofibre.net has so far created much better cooperation between Nordic industrial and academy actors in several bio-fibre branches. That is especially true for branches like pulp and paper and packaging. Representatives of these branches have been very active in the network. There are indications and the potential is large, that the network in the future may contribute very much to an improvement of the international business climate for small and semi-large Nordic companies. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Corrosion problems in district heating systems in the Nordic countries are rare. Nonetheless, corrosion is occasionally still responsible for leak problems and an important factor for process control and asset management. Thus, corrosion should be monitored as other important process parameters such as pH, conductivity and dissolved oxygen. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Lead was one of the earliest heavy metals to be identified as a toxic environmental pollutant in widespread use throughout the world. Its use has been or is being phased out in many applications -- paints and leaded petrol, for example -- but the electrical and electronics (EE) sector has proved a stubborn case, in part because lead is still a key component of tin-lead solders used in equipment and components, notably printed circuit boards (PCBs). more

  • 20.5.2011

    Utvinning av olje og gass i Nordsjøen skjer mer og mer på store havdyp hvor vedlikehold er vanskelig. Følgelig er det viktig at korrekt materialvalg blir gjort på planleggingsstadiet. Keramisk-metalliske belegg representerer en interessant gruppe materialer med hensyn til kombinert slitasje og korrosjonsbestandighet. more

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  • 3.12.2012

    This documentation should be used for environmental assessment of concrete buildings and structures, and to evaluate the effect of concrete carbonation on the overall CO2 emissions from cement and concrete production in the Nordic countries. more

  • 20.5.2011

    Algae culture technology appears to be an exciting and future-oriented business area. An increasing number of commercial operators has been identified globally and micro algae represent – globally – perhaps the largest remaining biological resource for development and industrial activity in the years ahead. more

  • 20.5.2011

    The importance of indoor air quality (IAQ) in buildings is indisputable. Numerous studies have documented that IAQ significantly impacts occupants’ comfort, health and productivity and it is estimated that potential savings and productivity gains from providing users with a “good” IAQ are enormous. more

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  • 30.5.2011

    Nanosized soot particles are a serious health hazard in urban air. They can penetrate deep into the lungs and their fat solubility makes possible their accumulation in other organs such as the brain. Legislation has therefore continuously reduced the allowable emission levels and raised requirements for reporting the status of the exhaust system (OBD, on board diagnostics) in diesel powered vehicles. more

  • 30.5.2011

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