A decades-long partnership between
SINTEF is the largest independent research organization in Scandinavia, with expertise in the natural sciences and technology, the environment, health and social sciences. Its specific technical strengths include oil and gas, materials, maritime and biomarine technology, building research and medical technology. The agreement includes close alignment with the
Sandia has partnered with SINTEF since the 1980s, primarily in the field of combustion science at the lab's Combustion Research Facility. A memorandum of understanding between the two organizations was signed in 2009.
Past joint research has included the use of laser diagnostics to study a new combustion technology that allows carbon-dioxide to be captured from the combustion products, and advanced numerical simulations of the turbulent mixing and combustion of fuel jets in air. This collaboration led to publications reporting important insights into the consequences of replacing carbon-dioxide-emitting fuels with environmentally friendly fuel in power generation.
Recently, research managers from SINTEF visited Sandia's
"Sandia and SINTEF are among the world's leading energy research institutions, and expanding the areas of collaboration is expected to bring new solutions to these difficult energy problems," said
The goal of the collaboration is to investigate various technical areas from an international perspective. The agreement enables the organizations to undertake joint research, seek new funding opportunities and establish multidisciplinary partnerships.
Both research organizations are known for groundbreaking work in energy research.
"Sandia offers a number of unique capabilities and significant test facilities, and we look forward to leveraging these resources in collaborating with SINTEF to advance our mutual goals," said
In addition to the Combustion Research Facility, Sandia's energy research facilities include the
"SINTEF is delighted to partner with Sandia to advance research in additional energy areas, along with our longstanding collaboration in combustion research," said
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