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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  • Evaluation of camouflage pattern performance of textiles by human observers and CAMAELEON 

    Heinrich, Daniela; Selj, Gorm Krogh (2017)
    Military textiles with camouflage pattern are an important part of the protection measures for soldiers. Military operational environments differ a lot depending on climate and vegetation. This requires very different ...
  • Scenario modelling with morphological analysis 

    Johansen, Iver (2017)
    Scenarios can serve as points of reference in the future for decisions that we have to make today. Morphological analysis provides a structured method for ensuring consistency and relevance in scenario development. This ...
  • Mathematical modelling of the oxygen uptake kinetics during whole-body endurance exercise and recovery 

    Moxnes, John Fredrik; Sandbakk, Øyvind (2017)
    In this study, we elucidate four different mathematical models of the kinetics of oxygen uptake during whole-body endurance exercise at different intensities and throughout the subsequent recovery periods. We employ the ...
  • DETOUR trials: The mission and its results 

    Stejskal, Vojtech; Kuschel, Heiner; Brenner, Tateusz; Lamentowski, Leszek; Norheim-Næss, Idar; Samczynski, Piotr; Kulpa, Janusz (2017)
    In this paper DMPAR Evaluation Trials for Operationally Upgraded Radar (DETOUR) and their results for a selected scenario are described. The DETOUR trials were conducted by the SET-195 research task group (RTG) under an ...
  • A Reactive Collision Avoidance Algorithm for Vehicles withUnderactuated Dynamics 

    Syre Wiig, Martin; Pettersen, Kristin Ytterstad; Krogstad, Thomas Røbekk (2017)
    This paper presents a reactive collision avoidance algorithm, which avoids both static and moving obstacles by keeping a constant avoidance angle between the vehicle velocity vector and the obstacle. In particular, we ...

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