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turbulence PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 43 turbulence PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Novel diagnostics to assess the impact of turbulent flow in cardiovascular disease

Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of death worldwide. Recently, turbulence in blood flow has been linked with cardiovascular disease progression, however the underlying turbulence-related mechanisms are not well understood. Read more

Nonlinear ALFVEN Waves in high magnetic field

Description of thesis topic. Turbulence in magnetic fields, or magnetohydrodynamic turbulence, is a fundamental process that underpins our understanding of a variety of natural and industrial processes. Read more

Microbubble Coalescence in Turbulence

Supervisory Team.   Dr John Lawson. Project description. Applications are invited for a fully funded PhD position on applying computer vision (CV) and machine learning (ML) approaches to experimentally measure and model coalescence in turbulent dispersed multiphase flow. Read more

Transition to turbulence in hypersonic flow applications

Supervisory Team.   Neil Sandham. Project description. You will join a group of PhD students and post-doctoral researchers using high performance computing to advance understanding of high speed aerodynamics. Read more

How is climate change affecting atmospheric turbulence?

Atmospheric turbulence is the leading cause of weather-related aircraft accidents and. incidents. It injures hundreds of passengers and flight attendants annually, costs the aviation. Read more

Turbulence modelling of combustion using Large Eddie Simulations (LES)

Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling is a powerful tool that, due to recent advances in computational power, has become useful in aiding the design and development of advanced power generation technologies with significant climate change mitigation potential. Read more

Turbulence modelling of combustion using Large Eddie Simulations (LES)

Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling is a powerful tool that, due to recent advances in computational power, has become useful in aiding the design and development of advanced power generation technologies with significant climate change mitigation potential. Read more

Turbulence modelling of combustion using Large Eddie Simulations (LES)

Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling is a powerful tool that, due to recent advances in computational power, has become useful in aiding the design and development of advanced power generation technologies with significant climate change mitigation potential. Read more

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