Master thesis and student project

Master thesis and student project

Project and maser theses karusell

  • Wind tunnel testing of a bridge deck section model. Photo by NTNU/Bartosz Siedziako.



  • The Hardanger bridge. Photo by NTNU/Aksel Fenerci.



  • Numerical analysis of a train passage along one of the finite element models of a railway catenary sectino, showing forces as arrows. Model and animation by NTNU/Petter Nåvik.



Project and master theses text

The research group of Structural Dynamics have several main research areas; road bridges, railway bridges and railway catenary systems. The research includes extensive use of numerical modelling using the finite element method, comprehensive response and load measurements (more or less continuous surveillance) on existing structures, development and use of new methods and techniques for numerical simulation of dynamic response as well as laboratory experiments by measurements and testing in both the lab at the Department of Structural Engineering as well as the wind tunnel at the Department of Energy and Process Engineering. 


Project and master theses will only be announced on the Norwegian page