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carbon cycle PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 46 carbon cycle PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Predictive Modelling of Biomass Loss from Forests

Location. Mathematics, Streatham Campus, Exeter. The University of Exeter’s Department of Mathematics is inviting applications for a PhD studentship fully-funded by the University of Exeter to commence on 23 September 2024 or as soon as possible thereafter.  . Read more

Net zero housing retrofits - assuring a sustainable low-carbon transition in the domestic sector

The UK has committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2050. The UK's 29 million houses represent 14% of total emissions (CCC, 2019), with nearly 90% of these built more than 20 years ago before stricter energy efficiency standards came into force (Ince & Marvin, 2019). Read more

Performance Assessment and Flexibility Study of Natural Gas-Fired Power Plants Integrated with Intensified Solvent Based Carbon Capture

Natural gas-fired (mainly combined cycle gas turbine) power plants are becoming increasingly popular due to its cleaner nature.   Solvent based carbon capture is the most matured technology for commercial deployment in natural gas-fired power plants. Read more

Development of Graphene-enhanced Concrete for Real Life Construction Applications

Concrete is the most widely used construction material in the world with an annual consumption of over 10 billion cubic meters. Cement, which is the most carbon intensive constituent in concrete that contributes to about 80% of the total embodied carbon of concrete. Read more

Modelling, Simulation, Optimisation and Performance Assessment of Carbon Capture for Refinery

CO2 concentration in the atmosphere is increasing which causes global warming and climate change. Capturing CO2 from FCCU flue gas in refinery will be an important step in reducing the total CO2 emissions from the refinery. Read more

Next generation CCS technology for combined cycle gas turbine system

Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) from CCGT (combine cycle gas turbine) systems is an emerging near-zero emission technology that can applied to new and retrofit CCGT power plants, leading to a substantial reduction in carbon emission to the atmosphere in power generation industry. Read more

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