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  ISVR-SPCG-569: Development of a small -scale, low cost underwater vehicle for acoustic noise assessment
  Dr J Cheer, Prof S.R. Turnock, Prof S Daley
Application Deadline: 6 June 2020

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Increasing international trade is leading to an explosion in the amount of shipping worldwide, which in turn is increasing the levels of noise pollution in our oceans.
  The role of vibrato in the aesthetic of blended choral singing
  Research Group: Communication Technologies
  Dr H Daffern
Applications accepted all year round

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A fundamental aspect of good choral singing identified by performers, directors, critics and theorists is the concept of blend. Blend is a term that has essentially come to encompass all aspects of singing that lead to a sound in which no one voice is distinguishable from another.
  The impact of hearing difficulty on conversational interaction
  Dr D Knox, Dr R Gibson, Dr G Cassidy
Applications accepted all year round

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SEBE-19-001. This project focuses on how hearing difficulty impacts individuals’ ability to interact successfully. Conversational interaction is fundamental to the development of social attachments.
  What can atmospheric measurements tell us about how the Atlantic Ocean is responding to climate change? (MANNINGUENV20ARIES)
  Dr A Manning, Dr P Pickers, Prof P Palmer
Application Deadline: 7 January 2020

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The oceans are the world’s most important long-term carbon dioxide (CO2) sink and substantially reduce climate change by sucking up vast amounts of fossil fuel CO2 emissions (~9.3 million tonnes CO2 every year).
  Advanced composite structures and metamaterials design (in collaboration with a major aerospace industry)
  Dr D Chronopoulos
Applications accepted all year round

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The University of Nottingham is a world leader in aerospace R&D. With a research income which exceeds £120M per Year, the Engineering Research Power of the University currently ranks 4th in the UK.
  Ultrasound health monitoring and damage identification in aerospace composites (in collaboration with a major aerospace industry)
  Dr D Chronopoulos
Applications accepted all year round

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The University of Nottingham is a world leader in aerospace R&D. With a research income which exceeds £120M per Year, the Engineering Research Power of the University currently ranks 4th in the UK.
  Installation effect on the noise of small high speed fans
  Prof P Joseph
Application Deadline: 15 December 2019

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Supervisor. Phillip Joseph. Co-supervisor Chaitanya Paruchuri. Project description. At the heart of Dysons’s products, such as vacuum cleaners, hair dryers and hand dryers, is an efficient high-speed fan for providing high flow rates at large pressure.
  Ultrasonic Imaging of Titanium Alloy Textures
  Dr K Tant
Applications accepted all year round

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Applications are invited for a research studentship in the field of ultrasonic non-destructive evaluation (NDE), leading to the award of an Engineering Doctorate (EngD) degree.
  Analysis of termite vibration signatures to innovate stealthy hexapod gait pattern
  Dr S Oberst
Applications accepted all year round

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This is a collaborative project between the Defence Science and Technology Group and a private. company. This project will sit with the.
  Analytics to interpret acoustic emission generated by geotechnical infrastructure assets
  Dr A Smith
Applications accepted all year round

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Proportions of the energy dissipated during deformation of particulate materials are converted to heat and sound. The high-frequency (>10kHz) component of this sound energy is called acoustic emission (AE).
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