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Material degradation study of heat-exchanger materials and coatings for renewable energy PhD

This is a self-funded PhD position to work with Dr Adnan Syed in the Surface Engineering and Precision Centre. The PhD project will focus studying high temperature corrosion mechanisms in details to identify the material degradation and coatings applications details in extreme environments. Read more

Material degradation study of energy storage materials for renewable technologies PhD

This is a self-funded PhD position to work with Dr Adnan Syed in the Surface Engineering and Precision Centre. The PhD project will focus studying high temperature corrosion mechanisms in details to identify the material degradation details in extreme environments. Read more

Hot corrosion studies of gas turbine alloy materials PhD

This is a self-funded PhD position to work with Dr Adnan Syed in the Surface Engineering and Precision Centre. The PhD project will focus studying high temperature corrosion mechanisms in details to identify the material degradation and coatings applications details in extreme environments. Read more

High temperature monolithic position sensor

Durham University, one of the top 100 universities in the world (ranked 82nd in QS World University Rankings 2022) is inviting applications for two fully funded PhD studentships to work within the field of Electrical and Electronic Engineering within the Department of Engineering on the development of electronic systems for aerospace applications. Read more

Radiative transfer for particles in high temperature environments

Heat transfer to solid-phase particles is an important phenomenon for many flows of practical interest. Modelling will play a key role in the design of optimisation of these systems, however there is a need to adapt currently adopted models for calculating the heat transfer to the solid phase particles. Read more
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Understanding Densities of US Hanford Site Radioactive Waste Glass Melts

Sheffield Hallam University is offering this challenging and exciting PhD project in radioactive waste immobilisation. The project is co-funded by Sheffield Hallam University and the US Department of Energy. Read more
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Expansion of Viscosity Models for US Hanford Site Radioactive Waste Glass Melts

Sheffield Hallam University is offering this challenging and exciting PhD project in radioactive waste immobilisation. The project is co-funded by Sheffield Hallam University and the US Department of Energy. Read more

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