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Overview of some of NR's projects

Overview of some of NR's projects

To see a smaller range of projects within a department or research area, check the appropriate boxes. If several boxes are selected, then the selected projects satisfies at least one of the boxes in the selected column(s).

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HAVANA - The Fault Modeling Tool

HAVANA is a software tool for describing faults and their impact on fluid flow in petroleum reservoirs. HAVANA can be used for:

  • Studies of flow effects on all fault scales.
  • Adding faults to simulation grids by displacing grid cells or by modifying transmissibility multiplicators.
  • Studies of the geometric uncertainty of the faults on volumes.

 

HAVANA is unique in its way of representing the faults. Each fault is described by:

High-dimensional statistical modelling of changes in wave climate and implications for maritime infrastructure (HDwave)

Future changes in ocean wind wave climate have broad implications for the physical infrastructure and environment in coastal, near- and offshore regions. A comprehensive assessment of the impact of climate change and the associated risks in these regions thus requires the consideration of changes in wave climate. The HDwave project aims to develop advanced statistical tools for the analysis of new data sets of wave climate projections

HighTrustWallet

The objective of the project is to build a framework for mobile wallets that provides the security levels QAA1-4 in a TSM architecture supporting the use of e-Identity cards on the mobile phone.

HPR – The Norwegian Historical Population Register

HPR is a register of the Norwegian population and all resident places. HPR consists of an open register at http://histreg.no, focusing on diseased persons and a closed database until the Central Population Register from 1964.  We expect the open database will have a good coverage back to 1800 and also contain some data back to the 17th century.

Impact of Realistic Geologic Models on Simulation of CO₂storage (IGEMS)

The aim of the project was to show that geologically realistic models are of great importance in order to forecast realistic CO2 migration.

In the project we have studied how top surface morphology influences the CO2 storage capacity. Alternative top-surface morphologies are created stochastically by combining different stratigraphic scenarios with different structural scenarios.

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