Airborne de-icing solutions for wind turbines

Method and equipment for de-icing with warm water is developed and tested during field conditions in cold climates.

The technology is applicable and cost efficient. The technology is presented at
conferences and seminars. The Swedish Transport Agency and the Civil Aviation
Administration approve manual and routines of how to carry out a safe and effective de-icing process.
This airborne de-icing system is designed, tested and works well in field conditions and is applicable down to about -20 °C.


Safety justification of COTS equipment – Conclusions from report and webinar

How do the nuclear industry and other non-nuclear industries approach safety demonstration and justification of COTS equipment containing software?

15 aug 2022 - Kärnkraft

Nuclear beyond electricity report explores new possibilities for nuclear power

Nuclear reactors fundamentally produce heat. But the heat can be used for more than producing electricity and thereby satisfying other needs in the energy sector.

8 jul 2022

One-day lecture about vibrations in nuclear applications

What type of vibrations exists within the nuclear field? Why do they exist, and how can they be predicted and counteracted? These were some of the questions that Professor Rainer Nordmann addressed in his one-day lecture-tour.

6 jul 2022

Ground-breaking monitoring and protection methods for OLTCs can ensure power delivery

Monitoring and protection methods for on-load tap changers, OLTCs, could predict and minimize unplanned outages and ensure uninterruptible power delivery.

20 jun 2022 - Trygg elförsörjning

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Hans Gedda, Ida Gedda, Mats Widgren