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  An integrated thermal to electrical energy conversion system
  Dr H Cao, Prof Y Ding
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD project aims to develop a novel hybrid system that can store all source of heat (e.g.
  Reducing GHGs from the heat system - Implementation of buried infrastructure as a heat source
  Dr C Bale
Application Deadline: 8 February 2019
The UK Government has a commitment to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 80% by 2050. While the last five years has seen a 50% reduction in carbon density of the electricity grid, the target is unlikely to be met without also tackling the gas network.
  Cost and efficiency focused optimisation of domestic waste water heat recovery application
  Dr A Ramezanpour
Applications accepted all year round
Research Group. Engineering Analysis Simulation and Tribology Research Group. https://www.anglia.ac.uk/science-and-technology/research/our-research-institutes-and-groups/engineering-analysis-simulation-and-tribology-research-group.
  Methods and tools for the simulation and design of geothermal heat exchangers
  Prof M Cimmino
Applications accepted all year round
Context. Geothermal systems are playing an increasingly important role in ongoing worldwide efforts to develop environmentally friendly, sustainable, and efficient ways of fulfilling space heating and cooling demands.
  Investigating geothermal heat resources of legacy mine workings, why are some mine waters hotter than others? CASE supported by The Coal Authority
  Dr C McDermott, Dr S. Gilfillan
Application Deadline: 10 January 2019
Project Summary. Why are some mine waters hotter than others? What controls the mine water temperature available for geothermal use? Can the water temperature and its resilience be modelled and predicted?.
  Structured perovskite composite material for Thermal-Electro energy conversion system
  Dr H Cao, Prof Y Ding
Applications accepted all year round
This PhD project aims to develop a novel composite material with porous structure to convert thermal energy into electro-chemical energy (stored in battery).
  Numerical Investigation of Critical Heat Flux Boiling in Water-Cooled Reactors
  Dr J Gomes, Dr Y Tanino
Applications accepted all year round
There are approximately 500 nuclear power reactors in operation worldwide with capacity to produce 375 GWe, 28 reactors are under construction and a large number are in different stages of planning and designing.
  High Resolution Methods for Assessment of Heat Loss from Plants and Arrays of Buildings
  Dr M Lappa
Applications accepted all year round
With this project, we propose an investigation into a variety of dynamics and effects produced by the interaction of an array of buildings (or a set of heat sources in an industrial plant or in a power plant) with a cross flow (horizontal wind).
  Nanophononic metamaterials: engineering phonons to convert between heat and electricity
  Dr P Hasnip
Applications accepted all year round
Thermoelectrics are materials which convert temperature gradients into electricity, or vice versa. These materials can harvest waste heat from industrial processes, turning it into electricity, or use current to provide efficient cooling.
  Heat pump assisted distillation for the energy efficient separation of the liquid phase products from anaerobic digestion
  Dr M N Campbell-Bannerman, Dr A Majumder
Application Deadline: 28 February 2019
This project is part of a wider research programme into biological routes for the synthesis of chemical products. A key element of this approach is the separation of the chemical products from the aqueous broths produced by the bioreactors/anaerobic digestors, which is commonly achieved via distillation.
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