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internal combustion engine PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Characterization of Some Biofuels from Waste Resources for Diesel Engine Applications.
  Dr O Kuti
Applications accepted all year round
Research Institute Reference Number. OA-2018-2-PhD. Project Summary. Biofuels such as alcohols and biodiesel from waste restaurant foods and agricultural residues have prospects as alternative source of energy for diesel engines in ensuring a low carbon environment.
  The Future of Sustainable Mobility: to analyse the critical interplay between markets, technologies and policies in the decarbonisation of transport
  Prof R Ackrill
Applications accepted all year round
As ever more countries seek to address the challenges of anthropogenic climate change, particular attention is being directed at personal mobility.
  Energy transfer processes at gas/wall interfaces under extreme conditions
  Dr B Peterson
Application Deadline: 12 January 2019
Next-generation, high efficiency (low CO2) vehicles will be powered in part by internal combustion engines that are downsized and operate under new combustion modes.
  The analysis of China’s NEV policies and technologies: Imitation or innovation?
  Dr M Zhang, Prof R Ackrill
Applications accepted all year round
China became the world’s largest car market in 2009, overtaking the United States. China’s vehicle stock grew from 16 million in 2000 to 154 million in 2014, registering an annual growth rate of 17.5%.
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