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Developing a Mechanistic Understanding of Roller Compaction Process

Granulation is a process of size enlargement of the powder particles. It is used in different sectors such as pharmaceutical and food industries to improve the properties of the powder and hence the final product. Read more

EngD in Development of enhanced titanium alloys from recycled powder through the FAST processing route for next generation aerospace components.

  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training
This project is based at the Department of Materials at the University of Sheffield, and is sponsored by Rolls Royce. We are seeking a UK national or candidate with Indefinate Leave to Remain in the UK with a 2.1 or 1st class degree in a STEM discipline. Read more

Use of Recovered Toner Powder to Enhance Durability, Engineering and Sustainability Performance of Structural Concrete Elements

The working life of reinforced/prestressed concrete elements is often determined by serviceability limit state which is governed by the movement of harmful moisture into the structure and propagating/initiating corrosion of steel reinforcement. Read more

Modelling of phase change in dense particle assemblies

This project aims to deliver a new modeling approach to efficiently simulate the powder flow and phase change (solid-liquid-solid) in dense packings of powder consisting of tens of millions of individual grains with application to manufacturing processes. Read more

More Understanding of the Spray Drying Process

Spray drying is a process where the slurry converted into powder form. It is widely used in different industries. For example, in the food industry it is used to produce milk powder, coffee and starch. Read more

Understanding Cement-Superplasticiser Interactions in Blended Portland Cement Wasteforms

In the UK, over 150,000m3 of radioactive waste (enough to fill 60 Olympic size swimming pools) has been produced to date. Most of this radioactive waste needs conditioning, by either encapsulating it in cement, or another method, to prevent release to the biosphere. Read more

Diode Area Melting - The next generation in multi-laser additive manufacturing of metallic alloys

Are you interested in pushing the boundaries of metal additive manufacturing for the creation of components within aerospace, automotive and medical sectors? We have an exciting fully funded and well resourced PhD opportunity available. Read more

Processing of High Surfactant Content Powders

Within the Unilever Beauty and Personal Care (BPC) portfolio, products with a wide range of rheological and physical properties can be found which can be defined by their specific microstructure which includes complex fluids and solid product formats. Read more

Processing of High Surfactant Content Powders

Within the Unilever Beauty and Personal Care (BPC) portfolio, products with a wide range of rheological and physical properties can be found which can be defined by their specific microstructure which includes complex fluids and solid product formats. Read more

PhD in Eddy Current Reduction in Automotive Permanent Magnets

  Research Group: Advanced Metallic Systems Centre for Doctoral Training
This project is based at the Department of Materials at the University of Sheffield, and is sponsored by Volkswagen. We are seeking a UK national or candidate with Indefinate Leave to Remain in the UK with a 2.1 or 1st class degree in a STEM discipline. Read more

Measurement of the Adhesive Strength of the Catalyst Support

To increase the contact area of the chemical reactions, catalytically active materials are dispersed on the catalyst support. The catalyst is mostly in the form of a coated layer on a substrate. Read more

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