mars 2011

Successful GPS tracking test for the DNV fuel fighter done by the telemetric team!!

Yesterday, the telemetric team did a successful test of the tracking system that is going to be used during the race in Germany. The tracking system is connected to the highly sophisticated control...

BIRTHDAYBOY!!



In the spotlight: Timm

Today we proudly present our second German team member: Timm Römer. Coming from Darmstadt (close to Frankfurt), Timm spends his second last year on his Master's in Mechanical Engineering h...

Some action in the workshop!!

Hi! Today we had great progress in the workshop! We made one test rim on Friday, and the result looked good. (more info about the rims in a later post!) After completing the first rim, the exitin...

Early Christmas eve in the electronics department

In the control systems department we received our main order of electronic components today. Jippi! Mats and Jardar immediately turned into small kids, tearing the boxes and envelopes to discover a...

Team members: Sigri and Tim

Hello everyone! Today we will present the last of the full-time members of our team. They are both Mechanical engineers and are writing their master?s thesis about the DNV Fuel Fighter car this se...

Today in Østlendingen....

...you can read an article about DNV Fuel Fighter. Hurray. Jardar explains his main responsibilities on the team, and goes into details about why the team who competed last year didn't make it to t...

More team members: Uwe and Alexander

Hi, In today's post we present two key team members: Uwe Schindler and Alexander Welland. Uwe is doing a Master's degree in Project Management at NTNU, and is naturally the project manager. Uwe k...

Media matters :)

Hi guys! So...our team member, Alexander Welland, (who will be presented to you very soon here on the blog) appears in the local newspaper Stjørdals- nytt today. The article focuses on his main re...

Presentation of the 2011 team members continues...

Hi, Today we are presenting one of the mechanical students and one of the cybernetic students in the team. First out is Aksel Qviller - Master student in Engineering and ICT. The picture shows...

The Project Team 2011

Hei Hei, Until now you don't know who is working on the DNV Fuel Fighter 2011.We want to change that!So we are going to present to you theTeam Members 2011 throughout the next days.The complet Tea...

Google translate our blog!

Because our project leader Uwe Schindler is from Germany, we are used to communicate in English. But, every now and then we might blog in Norwegian as well. So, the new feature on this blog is Goog...

Our logo represents...

The Logo shows a colibri with two F´s as wings. The two F´s obviously stand for the Fuel Fighter, but why a colibri you might ask? Nothing is included without purpose. The colibri is one of the mos...

Delingskultur

Da starter vi bloggingen. Endelig. Her vil vi dele alt som skjer på kontoret, samt verkstedetmed dere, samt våre opplevelser under selve konkurransedagene i Tyskland, mai 2011.Vi kan jo begynne med...

Shell Eco- marathon; let´s go!

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Shell Eco-marathon er en internasjonal konkurranse for studenter, der man konkurrerer i å bygge en bil som kan kjøre så langt som mulig på en energiekvivalent tilsvarende en liter bensin. Vi fra NTNU stiller i år som tidligere år med kun ett mål for øyet: en ny verdensrekord. Bilen vi bygger, DNV Fuel Fighter, er både energieffektiv og teknologisk unik. Følg med oss helt frem til målstreken!

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