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Colloidal Silica for Well Stabilisation during Borehole Sealing

Overview. This project is investigating the use of colloidal silica grout (which forms a hydrogel) in the long-term sealing of boreholes in the ground, to prevent subsequent upward fluid migration from rocks at depth to the surface. Read more

Lifing of Dual Wall Turbine Blade Technologies A

A funded 3-year UK/EU PhD studentship is available in the research group of Professor Paul Bowen and the High Temperature Research Centre (HTRC), School of Metallurgy and Materials at the University of Birmingham, with a stipend of £14,777 per year. Read more

Sprayed self-healing cement composites for repair

OVERVIEW. The School of Architecture, Building and Civil Engineering has seen 100% of its research impact rated as ‘world leading’ or ‘internationally excellent’, underlining the wide-ranging positive impacts that our research has on the world (REF, 2021). Read more

Quantifying failure of non-contacting gas lubricated mechanical face seals

Turbochargers are increasingly used to improve engine performance and power output, while downsizing. They will be key in helping to reduce fuel consumption and emissions through increasing engine efficiency. Read more

Quantifying failure of non-contacting gas lubricated mechanical face seals

Turbochargers are increasingly used to improve engine performance and power output, while downsizing. They will be key in helping to reduce fuel consumption and emissions through increasing engine efficiency. Read more

Understanding the type, distribution and mechanical properties of interfaces in geological systems

Funding and Deadline. To be eligible for support, applicants must be “UK Residents” as defined by the EPSRC1. The studentship is for 3.5 years starting in October 2022 and will provide full coverage of standard tuition fees and an annual tax-free stipend of approximately £17,609. Read more
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