FFI’s Open Research Archive
FFI’s Open Research Archive is the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment’s library of digital publications.
The archive currently contains peer reviewed journal articles published by our scientists, some in collaboration with others, in a wide field of research.
The archive contains both Open Access articles and metadata of articles embargoed or in other ways not yet Open Access.
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Helhetlig helse- og miljørisikovurdering av eksplosivforurensninger i Demoleringsfeltet i Svånådalen, Hjerkinn (2014-06-27)Det er tidligere påvist meget høye konsentrasjoner av eksplosiver i grunnen på demoleringsplassen i Svånådalen i Hjerkinn skyte- og øvingsfelt. Det ble derfor gjort en risikovurdering av dette området med hensyn på mennesker, ...
The use of Atlantic hagfish (Myxine glutinosa) as a bioindicator species for studies on effects of dumped chemical warfare agents in the Skagerrak. 2. Biochemical biomarkers (2020)The sea bottom of the Skagerrak Strait (North Sea) contains munitions loaded with chemical warfare agents (CWA), mostly stored in shipwrecks scuttled intentionally after the end of the World War II. The munition shells ...
The use of Atlantic hagfish (Myxine glutinosa) as a bioindicator for studies on effect of dumped chemical warfare agents in Skagerrak. 1: Liver histopathology. (2020)Within the framework of the international project DAIMON (Decision Aid for Marine Munitions), the impact of dumped chemical munitions on fish health was investigated. The Skagerrak Straight (North Sea, at 600 m depth) ...
(2020)A desirable objective in radar detection theory is the ability to detect and recognize targets in intricate scenarios such as in the presence of clutter or multiple closely spaced targets. Herein we propose the use of ...
(2020-02-28)Avoiding collisions is an essential goal of the control system of autonomous vehicles. This paper presents a reactive algorithm for avoiding obstacles in a three‐dimensional space, and shows how the algorithm can be applied ...