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Circular hybrid manufacturing involving metal binder jetting process

Self funded project October 2022/3 / April 2023 / July 2023 start, 3 years duration. This PhD project will ignite an exciting new research area for the sustainable production, consumption and recycling of metallic materials for use in Metal Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes, in particular binder jetting process. Read more

A comparative study between binder jetting and powder bed fusion additive manufacturing processes for metallic materials

Self funded project October 2022/3 / April 2023 / July 2023 start, 3 years duration. This PhD project will explore the capabilities of novel metal binder jetting additive manufacturing process for metallic materials, in particular the materials that are compatible for metal injection moulding (MIM) process. Read more

An investigation of the Fibre-Matrix Interface of Laser Processed Composite Materials

The aim of this project, co-founded by CAV Systems, a significant UK aerospace manufacturer, is to understand and quantify the impact that laser processing has on the material, environmental and fatigue properties of a fibre-reinforced polymer composite, particularly at the fibre-matrix interface level, through extensive experimental investigation. Read more

Development of a novel material model for machining prediction

Machining is arguably one of the most complex manufacturing and metal forming operations wherein the material experiences a severe deformation condition at very high temperature. Read more

Develop novel two-phase thermal management systems for electric vehicle batteries (ASKOUNISA_U23SF)

Transportation remains a major source of greenhouse emissions and thus a major contributor to climate change. Electric vehicles (EVs) are an alternative to current fossil-fuel based vehicles and their uptake is rapidly increasing. Read more

Sustainable synthesis of nanoparticles in microfluidic devices

Nanotechnology and nanomaterials have greatly impacted the world of science and engineering. The last decades we have witnessed revolutionary developments that unlocked numerous applications in fields like medicine, electronics, aerospace, energy storage and automotive. Read more

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