We have 26 alloy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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alloy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 26 alloy PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Advanced Microstructure Characterisation of Fusion Structural Materials subject to Simultaneous Creep and Irradiation

Project Description. Engineering assurance for the UK Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production (STEP) presents a materials challenge, but also opens many opportunities to better exploit recent progress in advanced characterisation and modelling tools. Read more

Alloy Design & Thermomechanical Processing of Reduced Activation Steels for Nuclear Reactors

The UKs Sixth Carbon Budget set into law the world’s most ambitious climate change target, cutting CO2 emissions by 78% of their 1990 levels by 2035, and bringing the UK towards a net zero carbon emission target by 2050. Read more

(EPSRC DTP ICASE) Materials Performance of austenitic stainless steels in high temperature Helium environment

This innovative PhD project, conducted in collaboration with EDF Energy, invites a passionate and dedicated researcher to join a transformative exploration at the forefront of materials science, making meaningful contributions to the future of energy technology. Read more

Data centric modelling of adhesive wear

Supervisory Team:  Robert Wood, Jo Grundy and Dave Stewart (RRSL).  Project description. The occurrence of adhesive wear between sliding surfaces can cause high friction, vibration, material transfer between surfaces and even seizure of components. Read more

Understanding performance of austenitic stainless steels impure Helium environment for High-Temperature Gas Reactors (HTGR)

This innovative PhD project, conducted in collaboration with EDF Energy, invites a passionate and dedicated researcher to join a transformative exploration at the forefront of materials science, making meaningful contributions to the future of energy technology. Read more

Understanding in-reactor formed oxides on cladding material by X-ray diffraction analysis

We are a large, international research community, based within the landmark Henry Royce Institute for Advanced Materials at the University of Manchester, and with partners across the UK, Europe, N. Read more

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