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Aeronautical, Maritime and Transport Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 158 Aeronautical, Maritime and Transport Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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The transport of plastics and alien particles under waves

While substantial fundamental research has been conducted in recent decades on sediment transport under waves,, little is known about the behaviour of alien particles dispersed within a sand bed mobilised by waves. Read more

Enhancing the performance, condition, safety and reliability of offshore wind energy infrastructure systems using optimal design, inspections, structural health monitoring and structural control

 . Wind turbines are exposed to frequent structural damage increasing the cost of wind energy generation. To drive these costs down, this project will develop new automated methods for detection of structural damage to wind turbines by examining vibration responses measured by sensors attached to the structure. Read more

Effects of vegetation on wave hydrodynamics and sediment dynamics

Because vegetation attenuates wave energy and traps sediments, and is naturally adaptive to climate change, there is increasing interest in its possible use for coastal protection purposes. 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

Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy

Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) is a widely used technique to obtain the elemental constituents of a sample. The process uses a short pulse of focused laser light to evaporate a minute volume of a target substance by highly localized heating to temperatures greater than 5000 K. The plasma which is formed in the process emits spectra of light as it cools. Read more

Using the Ionic Liquid Ion Sources for Focused Ion Beam applications: Investigating the fundamentals

  Research Group: Astronautics
Supervisory Team:  Dr Charlie Ryan, Dr Oleg Buchnev (ORC). Project description. Gallium Liquid Metal Ion Sources (LMIS) are the standard choice for ion beam material etching, facilitating ion beam lithography as the go-to technique for in situ microfabrication. Read more

Microstructural and surface integrity in machining of specialist composite materials for next generation aero-engine applications - (ENG 1317X1)

Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in manufacturing and On-Wing Technology, The University of Nottingham. Applicants are invited to undertake a 3-year PhD programme in partnership with industry to address key challenges in manufacturing engineering. Read more

Rolls-Royce sponsored PhD scholarship, Mechatronics system for intelligent fixture systems for aeroengine related manufacturing processes - (ENG 1339X1)

Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre (UTC) in Manufacturing and On-Wing Technology, The University of Nottingham. Applicants are invited to undertake a 3 year PhD program in partnership with industry to address key challenges in on-platform manufacturing engineering. Read more

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