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internal combustion engine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 7 internal combustion engine PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Hydrogen Fuelled Internal Combustion Engines – Friction, Wear and Lubrication Challenges in a Hydrogen Environment.

Background. To help address climate change, improve air quality and meet increasingly stringent government regulations, the automotive industry is increasingly exploring the use of hydrogen as an alternative to conventional fossil fuels. Read more

Investigation of Ammonia as a Carbon-Free Fuel for Future Internal Combustion Engines

Ammonia has a high potential for fast decarbonization of marine transport as well as heavy-duty (HD) and off-road vehicles. These sectors are also commonly referred to as “hard-to-electrify” because they present specific challenges and operation boundary conditions that strongly hinder electrification. Read more

The Characterisation of Carbon Deposits using Modern Surface Science and Bulk property Analytical Techniques.

Industrial partner. Innospec. University of Nottingham supervisors. Dr. David Scurr and Prof. Colin Snape. The impact of carbon-based deposits on climate change and human health is the driver for legislation, fuel technology change and engineering improvements. Read more

Experimental study of novel fuels and their application to IC engines

PhD Studentship. “Experimental study of novel fuels and their application to IC engines”.  Applications are invited for ONE full time PhD studentship for this project starting 1st October 2023. Read more
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Optimisation of Landing Gear at Overall Aircraft Level PhD

This 4-year PhD opportunity is sponsored by UKRI/EPSRC, Airbus and Cranfield University. Eligible students could receive a tax-free bursary up to £17,312 per annum. Read more
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