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Daniel Hagen

PhD Research Fellow

 
Office:
D3062 ( Jon Lilletuns vei 9, Grimstad )

Daniel is a curious, ambitious and conscientious research fellow, multidisciplinary engineer and automation mechanic with a passion for Mechatronics and novel technologies. He graduated as M.Sc. in Mechatronics based on his trade certificate (certificate of apprenticeship) in the field of automation mechanic, with experience from maintenance of industrial automation applications such as industrial robotic (ABB) cells and hydraulic actuated aluminum casting machines. After his graduation, he worked two years as technical support and field service engineer performing tasks such as maintenance, development, debugging, troubleshooting, testing, and upgrading of Cameron (prev. TTS and Sense) offshore drilling equipment control systems in commissioning and service phases throughout the world.

Research interests

Modeling and Simulation

Actuation Systems

Fluid Power

Electric-Drives

Control Systems

Multi-body Systems 

Work experience

Automation Mechanic Apprentice

Technical Support Engineer - Control Systems

Field Service Engineer - Control Systems

Academic interests

Modeling and Simulation

Actuation Systems

Fluid Power

Electric-Drives

Control Systems

Multi-body Systems 

Projects

SFI Offhsore Mechatronics - WP1 Drives

https://sfi.mechatronics.no/

 

Scientific publications

  • Padovani, Damiano; Ketelsen, Søren; Hagen, Daniel; Schmidt, Lasse (2019). A Self-Contained Electro-Hydraulic Cylinder with Passive Load-Holding Capability. Energies. ISSN: 1996-1073. 292 (12). s 1 - 21. doi:10.3390/en12020292.
  • Hagen, Daniel; Padovani, Damiano; Choux, Martin Marie Hubert (2019). Enabling Energy Savings in Offshore Mechatronic Systems by using Self-Contained Cylinders. Modeling, Identification and Control. ISSN: 0332-7353. 40 (2). s 89 - 108. doi:10.4173/mic.2019.2.2.
  • Hagen, Daniel; Padovani, Damiano; Ebbesen, Morten Kjeld (2018). Study of a Self-Contained Electro-Hydraulic Cylinder Drive. 2018 Global Fluid Power Society PhD Symposium (GFPS). ISBN: 978-1-5386-4785-1. IEEE conference proceedings. Hydraulic Systems.
  • Hagen, Daniel; Pawlus, Witold; Ebbesen, Morten Kjeld; Andersen, Torben Ole (2017). Feasibility Study of Electromechanical Cylinder Drivetrain for Offshore Mechatronic Systems. Modeling, Identification and Control. ISSN: 0332-7353. 38 (2). s 59 - 77. doi:10.4173/mic.2017.2.2.
  • Hagen, Daniel; Padovani, Damiano; Ebbesen, Morten Kjeld (2018). Study of a Self-Contained Electro-Hydraulic Cylinder Drive.

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