Research and White Papers
Since 2017 Bromma has been cooperating with the world’s leading technical university, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, in Stockholm. The collaboration has included Bromma’s involvement in several research projects, which help Bromma to design lightweight and structurally optimised spreaders with state-of the art scientific engineering methods. In addition to that Bromma’s Head of Structural Science, Mansoor Khurshid, PhD has been appointed Affiliated Faculty in Department of Engineering Mechanics at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, which allows Bromma to gain access and collaboration to highly qualified researchers and graduate students.
The ongoing research projects help us keep up with the development and assure that the equipment supplied is fit for purpose and conforms to standards. Here you can view and download Research & White Papers published as a result of collaboration between Bromma and KTH Royal Institute of Technology.
- Accuracy of computational welding mechanics methods for estimation of angular distortion and residual stresses (2019)
- Assessment of computational weld mechanics concepts for estimation of residual stresses in welded box structures (2019)
- Fracture mechanics and fatigue life assessment of box-shaped welded structures: FEM analysis and parametric design (2020)
- Design Implications and Opportunities of Considering Fatigue Strength, Manufacturing Variations and Predictive LCC in Welds (2021)