Project, master and phd project reports and theses

Most student projects are done in close cooperation with the oil and gas industry. Take contact to discuss interest in doing the project/master thesis - or if you have ideas for new topics.

 

Master theses 2014

•Christos Mentzelos, Modelling of Mercury (Hg) Distribution in a Natural Gas Processing Plant
•Bjørn Kobberød Husby, Simulation of TEG dehydration plants
•Henrik Norgaard and Lars Nygaard, Measurement and calculation of surface tension of gas, oil and glycol
•Ole Auran, Natural gas processing using mixtures of glycols and alcohols for removal of water, heavy hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide
•Marco Plano, Evaluation of thermodynamic models used for wet gas compressor design
•Kjetil Raul Bjørtuft, Implementation and evaluation of NeqSim as property generator for multiphase flow simulation
•Kathrine Michalsen and Helene Sire Nævdal, Fundamentals of natural gas processing - hydrocarbon dew point meter modelling
•Ole Kristian Gjertsen, Modelling and Improvement of transient operations in CO2 injection wells
•Even de Lanlay and Rune Tungen, Evaluation of design concepts for a separation monitoring technology

 

Master theses 2013

•Eirini Skylogianni, Measurements and Modelling of Hydrocarbon Dew Points for Natural Gases
•Kristian Hammer, Natural gas processing using mixed glycol solutions for removal of water, heavy hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide
•Jack Larsen, Gas Processing Solutions for Offshore Oil and Gas Fields with High CO2 Content
•Inger Marit Elvevoll, Experimental study of foaming in alkanolamine system
•Oluwatosin Emmanuel Ajayi, Modelling of controlled wax deposition and loosening in oil and gas production systems
•Kjetil Gamst, Experiments and modelling of adsorption process used for natural gas dehydration
•Kristoffer Bjaanes, Literature review and evaluation of the UMR-PRU EoS for predicting solid formation in low temperature natural gas processing
•Xixi Liu, Rate based modelling of CO2 removal using alkanolamines
•Rooholla Ashrafian, Evaluation of sub-sea cooler for future oil and gas processing

 

2012:

Project work

  • Kristian Hammer, LNG pre-treatment using mixed glycol solutions for removal of water, heavy hydrocarbons and carbon dioxide, project thesis, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, December 2012
  • Kjetil Gamst, Evaluation of adsorption process used for water removal at Hammerfest LNG, project thesis, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, December 2012
  • Jack Larsen, Gas processing solutions for offshore oil and gas fields with high CO2 content, project thesis, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, December 2012
  • Oluwatosin Ajayi, Evaluation of methods for controlled wax deposition and loosening for oil and gas production, project thesis, Department of Energy and Process Engineering, NTNU, December 2012
  • Rooholla Ashrafian, Evaluation of sub-sea cooler for future oil and gas processing, project thesis, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, December 2012
  • Inger Elvevoll, Studie i årsaker til skumming og ustabilitet i aminanlegg for CO2-fjerning, project thesis, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, December 2012

Master theses

  • Håkon Nordengen, Fjerning av karbondioksid og tyngre hydrokarboner fra naturgass , master thesis, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, June 2012
  • Egor Bokin, Evaluation of chilled methanol processes for acid gas removal from natural gas, master thesis, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, June 2012

PhD theses

  • Longman Zhang, Freezing in LNG systems, Institutt for energi- og prosessteknikk, NTNU, June 2012
  • Hui Nie Nilsen, Interfacial tension, Instutute for energy and process tehcnology, NTNU, 2012


2011:

Master theses


2010:

 

Oil and Gas Processing