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  DPhil Project: Maternal health, offspring growth and risk of fracture: A population-based investigation in 700,000 individuals
  Prof D Prieto-Alhambra, Dr V Strauss, Prof N Harvey, Assoc Prof K Javaid
Application Deadline: 11 January 2019
NDORMS 2019/2. Fractures (broken bones) constitute an enormous burden to health both in childhood and adulthood.
  Fracture Behaviour of the Cross Laminated Timber
  Prof E Patterson, Prof W-C Wang
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
This four-year PhD project is focused on the investigation of the fracture behaviour associated with grain orientation and its effect on crack propagation of the cross laminated timber (CLT).
  MRC DiMeN Doctoral Training Partnership: Building integrated machine learning and genomic approaches to quantitate bone quality and fracture risk
  Prof M Wilkinson, Prof A Frangi, Dr E Zeggini
Application Deadline: 21 January 2019
This PhD Project would suit a candidate inspired by the prospect of participating in a multidisciplinary team in a project that sits at the interface between clinical medicine, computer science, and genomic medicine and who wishes to develop core skills in mathematics, statistics and computation.
  A fully coupled XFEM model for hydraulic fracturing in multi-phase porous media, Engineering – PhD (Funded)
  Dr A Javadi, Prof J Coggan
Application Deadline: 7 January 2019
Location. Engineering, Streatham Campus. The University of Exeter’s College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences is inviting applications for a fully-funded PhD studentship to commence in February 2019 or as soon as possible thereafter.
  Fracture permeability response to the gas adsorption/desorption process in organic rocks by coupled Hydro–Mechanical modelling
  Dr G Quan, Dr K Wu
Applications accepted all year round
Gas adsorption/desorption is an essential process related to gas transport in fractured organic rocks, such as coals and organic-rich shales.
  Multi-scale modelling of bone fracture - Ref: SL1UF2018
  Dr S Li
Applications accepted all year round
Bone fracture affects millions of people’s life worldwide. In UK alone, there are approximately more than 850,000 new fractures each year, and the estimated annual cost for bone fracture related treatment reached more than £2 billion.
  PhD Studentship (Sponsored by Lloyds Register Foundation) - Development of methods to evaluate dynamic fracture toughness of metallic materials at very high loading rates under conditions of limited plastic deformation
  Dr Y Janin, Ms S Walker
Applications accepted all year round
Background. Many important industrial applications require that dynamic fracture toughness of materials is quantified and the accuracy of safety assessments depends on this material property.
  PhD vacancy (4 years) on micro-to-macro correlation of fracture processes in composites @ Ghent University (Belgium)
  Prof W VAN PAEPEGEM
Applications accepted all year round
Our previous and ongoing research in collaboration with industry has revealed the need of a better understanding and assessment of fracture parameters of composite laminates, with special attention to establishing a clear link between the experimental values and the microscopic fracture.
  Fracture problems in microstructured materials - Ref: KB2UF2018
  Dr K Baxevanakis
Applications accepted all year round
Fracture in science and technology is understood as the total or partial separation of an originally intact body or structure. This phenomenon may have destructive effects on structures and lead to catastrophic failures, with high economic consequences or, in the worst case, loss of lives.
  Surface-based Modelling of Tensorial Fluid Flow in Fractured Systems – Application to Modelling Subsurface Energy from Petroleum and Geothermal Resources
  Research Group: Institute of Petroleum Engineering
  Dr M Bentley
Application Deadline: 1 February 2019
Fluid flow in the subsurface occurs in both porous rock matrices and in open fractures. Matrix flow is conventionally modelled in 3D cellular grids through which fluid flow is modelled in finite difference simulators.
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