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Aggregate quality and prospecting (Joanne Fernlund)

  Period: 2006-01-01 - 2011-04-01

This project is carried out in cooperation with Prof. Torleif Dahlin at Engineering Geology at Lund University and Dr. Jan Erik Lindqvist at Sveriges Provnings och Forskningsinstitut and Prof. » more
Deammonification (Professor Elzbieta Plaza)

Period: 2000-01-01

The project has the aim to study the new nitrogen conversion pathways in biological nitrogen removal. The traditional nitrification and denitrification processes have a substantial need for energy and » more
Differential settlement and hydraulic fracturing in zoned dams (Professor emeritus Klas Cederwall)

Period: 1993-09-01

Objectives: The research is aimed at finding how the core, filter and supporting fill can hang up in each other due to differential settling and also to analyse the distribution of tensions and shear » more
Integrated design and construction of industrial floors (Professor Johan Silfwerbrand)

Period: 2000-01-15 - 2009-06-30

Concrete floors are very frequent in industrial buildings. A common type is the slab on grade. The safety demands on a slab on grade are low because the consequences of damage are small. In industrial » more
International DECOVALEX-THMC research project (Lanru Jing)

Period: 2004-01-01 - 2011-12-31

DECOVALEX-THMC is an international co-operative research project aimed to develop mathematical models and numerical codes for coupled thermal (T), hydraulic (H), mechanical (M) and chemical (C) » more
Time-scales of leakage of CO2 from bedrock storages and optimized hydrogeological siting (Professor Anders Wörman)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2010-12-31

CO2 storage in geological media is not only practically possible on a global scale, it is absolutely necessary for breaking the trend in climate change. Despite the fact that geological environments » more


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