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Vetle Kjær Risinggård

Vetle Kjær Risinggård

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veri@norceresearch.no
+47 948 10 084
Universitetsveien 19, 4630 Kristiansand, Norway

Vetle Kjær Risinggård

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Energi og teknologi

Forskningstema

Fornybar energi
Energisystemer

Forskergrupper

Modellering og simulering

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Publikasjoner
Case study on optimal design and operation of detached house energy system: Solar, battery, and ground source heat pump – Applied Energy 2021
Electrical conditions in 3-phase submerged arc furnaces: learning from the ElMet project – Social Science Research Network (SSRN) 2021
Effects of alternating currents in the hearth of submerged arc furnaces – Social Science Research Network (SSRN) 2021
An Overall Furnace Model for the Silicomanganese Process – JOM 2021
Self-consistent solution for the magnetic exchange interaction mediated by a superconductor – Scientific Reports 2021
Transition between canted antiferromagnetic and spin-polarized ferromagnetic quantum Hall states in graphene on a ferrimagnetic insulator – Physical review B (PRB) 2020
Direct and inverse superspin Hall effect in two-dimensional systems: Electrical detection of spin supercurrents – Physical review B (PRB) 2019
Current Control of Magnetism in Two-Dimensional Fe3GeTe2 – Physical Review Letters 2019
Equations of motion and frequency dependence of magnon-induced domain wall motion – Physical review B (PRB) 2017
Intrinsic superspin Hall current – Physical review B (PRB) 2017
Universal absence of Walker breakdown and linear current-velocity relation via spin-orbit torques in coupled and single domain wall motion – Physical review B (PRB) 2017
Electric field control of magnon-induced magnetization dynamics in multiferroics – Scientific Reports 2016
Self-healing composites for high voltage electrical insulation – 2016
Self-healing high voltage electrical insulation materials – 2014
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