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Digital Twin Life Prediction Method for Wind Turbine Pitch Bearings

This PhD scholarship is offered by the Aura Centre for Doctoral Training in Offshore Wind Energy and the Environment; a partnership between the Universities of Durham, Hull, Newcastle and Sheffield. Read more

Effect of Blade Surface Contamination on Wind Turbine Energy Production

This PhD scholarship is offered by the Aura Centre for Doctoral Training in Offshore Wind Energy and the Environment; a partnership between the Universities of Durham, Hull, Newcastle and Sheffield. 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

Advanced Wind Turbine Control Systems

Wind turbine control is necessary to ensure low maintenance costs and efficient performance. The control system also guarantees safe operation, optimizes power output, and ensures long structural life. Read more

Improving the Sustainability of Hydrogen Power Generation through High Efficiency Turbine Designs

The department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath is inviting applications for the following fully funded PhD project, expected to commence as soon as possible and by October 2023 at the latest. Read more

Optimisation of the internal structure of wind turbine blades

This PhD scholarship is offered by the Aura Centre for Doctoral Training in Offshore Wind Energy and the Environment; a partnership between the Universities of Durham, Hull, Newcastle and Sheffield. Read more

CFD Study of Wind Turbine Aerodynamics

Wind turbine is the main technology that converts wind energy to electricity. The interaction between air flow and the turbine blade are critical to the structure integrity and noise generation of the turbine. Read more

Structural Health Monitoring of Aged FRP Composite Wind Turbine Blades for Damage Assessment and Lifetime Prediction

The vision of this project is to revolutionise the non-destructive inspection of fibre reinforced polymer composite wind turbine blades using piezoelectric sensors permanently installed for online structural health monitoring during in-service operations. Read more

Damage characterisation and root cause analysis of wind turbine pitch bearings

Blade pitch bearings of large scale wind turbines control the individual blades in order to maximise power generation at low wind speeds and to prevent turbine damages under high winds. Read more

Combined Cycle Gas Turbine – CCS; experiment and modelling

This project will combine an experimental and modelling study of a combined cycle gas turbine with CCS. A Turbec T100 gas turbine will be modified to allow the investigation of the effect of exhaust gas recycle and or steam injection on its performance, with measurement of power output and exhaust gas emissions. Read more

Multi-method field stiffness characterisation for offshore wind turbine foundation design

The School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting PhD project entitled ‘Multi-method field stiffness characterisation for offshore wind turbine foundation design’ within the Infrastructure and Environment Division. Read more

Numerical measurements of two-staged gas turbine combustion for hydrogen enrichment of hydrocarbons

Problem. High operating pressures in gas turbine destroys the flame. To investigate the effects of initial temperature, addition of hydrogen and operating pressures above atmospheric in sequential increase up to 32 bar. Read more

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