Plasma Focused Ion Beam (PFIB)

Nano- and micromechanical testing

Macromechanical testing


Infrastructure for Materials Research for Transporting Hydrogen

The SMART-H lab was established in 2022 based on funding from the Research Council of Norway (RCN) under the program “National Financing Initiative for Research Infrastructure (INFRASTRUKTUR) 2018-2025.” SMART-H is a collaboration between Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering (MTP)/NTNU and Department of Materials and Nanotechnology/SINTEF Industry. The main objective of the SMART-H lab is to have unique laboratory facilities to be able to investigate the effect of hydrogen on material behavior from nano to macro scale.

To achieve this the lab is divided into four areas:

Project owners

Relevant information

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