HydroCen

About HydroCen

The main objective of HydroCen is to enable the Norwegian hydropower sector to meet complex challenges and exploit new opportunities through innovative technological solutions.

Environmental design

Turbines and generators

Hydropower structures

Market and services

Contact

Contact

Liv Randi Hultgreen

 Liv Randi Hultgreen, Director FME HydroCen

  Phone: +47 414 49 509
  E-mail: liv.hultgreen@ntnu.no

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Publications

Publications

Publications 2020

Baktoft, Henrik; Gjelland, Karl Øystein; Szabo-Meszaros, Marcell; Silva, Ana T.; Riha, Milan; Økland, Finn; Alfredsen, Knut; Forseth, Torbjørn.
Can Energy Depletion of Wild Atlantic Salmon Kelts Negotiating Hydropower Facilities Lead to Reduced Survival?.
Sustainability 2020 ;Volum 12.(18)
ENERGISINT NINA NTNU

Basnet, Chhatra Bahadur; Panthi, Krishna Kanta.
Detailed engineering geological assessment of a shotcrete lined pressure tunnel in the Himalayan rock mass conditions: a case study from Nepal. Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 2020 ;Volum 79.(Issue 1) s. 153-184
NTNU

Iliev, Igor; Tengs, Erik Os; Trivedi, Chirag; Dahlhaug, Ole Gunnar.
Optimization of Francis Turbines for Variable Speed Operation Using Surrogate Modeling Approach. Journal of Fluids Engineering - Trancactions of The ASME 2020 ;Volum 142.(10) s. -
NTNU

Monshizadeh, Shohreh; Hegglid, Gunne John; Hagen, Svein Thore.
Comparison of Intelligent Algorithms with FACTS Devices for Minimization of Total Power Losses. Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing 2020 ;Volum 926. s. 120-131
USN

Neupane, Bibek; Panthi, Krishna Kanta; Vereide, Kaspar.
Effect of power plant operation on pore pressure in jointed rock mass of an unlined hydropower tunnel: An experimental study. Rock Mechanics and Rock Engineering 2020 ;Volum 53.(Issue 7) s. 3073-3092
NTNU

Selen, Lena; Panthi, Krishna Kanta; Vistnes, Gunnar.
An analysis on the slaking and disintegration extent of weak rock mass of the water tunnels for hydropower project using modified slake durability test. Bulletin of Engineering Geology and the Environment 2020 ;Volum 79.(Issue 4) s. 1919-1937
NTNU

 

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Green Energy

Green Energy

HydroCen is a Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME). The FME scheme is established by the Norwegian Research Council.

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