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Measurement of the Adhesive Strength of the Catalyst Support

To increase the contact area of the chemical reactions, catalytically active materials are dispersed on the catalyst support. The catalyst is mostly in the form of a coated layer on a substrate. Read more

Engineering Doctorate (EngD): Improving the water-handling of proton exchange membrane fuel cells

Hydrogen proton exchange membrane fuel cells (PEMFCs) are a key technology in enabling the transition to net-zero carbon energy. Hydrogen powered fuel cell stacks have been demonstrated to be eminently suitable for powering cars and especially trucks, because battery solutions are not viable for most larger vehicles. Read more

Homogeneous hydrocarbon oxidation using nitrous oxide as a sustainable feedstock

  Research Group: CENTA - Central England NERC Training Alliance
Project Highlights. ·      Use of nitrous oxide as a sustainable oxidant. ·      Homogeneous transition-metal-based catalysis. ·      Student co-developed targets, informed by in silico evaluation. Read more

NERC GW4+ DTP PhD project: Catalytic Conversion of Persistent Environmental Pollutants using Non-Oxidative Radical Processes

This project is one of a number that are in competition for funding from the NERC GW4+ DTP for entry in October 2023. The GW4+ DTP consists of the of the Universities of Bath, Bristol and Exeter and Cardiff University plus five Research Organisation partners. Read more

Thermoelectric composites for environmental application PhD

Thermoelectric (TE) materials can convert heat into electricity directly, via the Seebeck effect (V -SΔT). One of the barriers for the widespread application of TE materials is its relative low conversion efficiency. Read more

The Rokeby Collection: The Art and Architecture of the historic print as a catalyst for new visual art practice

  Research Group: Art and Design
This Collaborative (and interdisciplinary) Doctoral Award application focuses on the art and architecture  subject matter of the largely undocumented but rare and culturally/historically important print collection amassed by Richard Robinson, Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh (1765-1794) and 1st Baron Rokeby. Read more

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