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Brunel University London Aeronautical, Maritime and Transport Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 25 Brunel University London Aeronautical, Maritime and Transport Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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We have 25 Brunel University London Aeronautical, Maritime and Transport Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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A sustainability analysis of sea ports

Port expansion is often cited as a key enabler for commercial activity and national or regional economic prosperity, whether in developed or developing nations. Read more

PhD opportunities at Brunel Design School

In a fast-changing world of Design, do your research with experts at the top of their game at. Brunel Design School. , Brunel University London - one of the best in the world to research and study design (2021 QS World University Rankings by Subject). Read more

Autoignition and Turbulent Flame Structure of Jets under Cross Flow Conditions

The impact of thermos-physical-chemical property variations of drop-in-fuels on mixing, ignition and flame structure will be rigorously investigated under cross-flow conditions using various optical and laser diagnostics methods. Read more

Noise reduction of Urban Air Mobility Vehicles using CFD

Urban air mobility vehicles (UAMVs) offer an opportunity to utilise airspace to vastly increase transport capacity and provide near door-to-door service. Read more

Application of non-linear boat-tail configurations to the drag reduction of commercial road vehicles

The optimisation of the aerodynamic drag of road vehicles is a very important research area both economically and ecologically. Within the UK, these vehicles continue to be the largest contributor within the transport sector to greenhouse gas emissions, constituting 28% of all emissions in 2018. Read more

The thermodynamic limits to IC engine efficiency

The internal combustion engine (ICE) has been the dominant technology used in road transport for almost a century. Despite the increasing use of all-electric powertrains, the ICE will be used widely across the world for a variety of motive power applications for decades to come. Read more

A sustainability analysis of airports

Airport expansion is often cited as a key enabler for commercial activity and national or regional economic prosperity, whether in the developed or developing nations. Read more

Automating CFD using knowledge-based systems

Typical steady CFD is performed using the Reynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes equations, however accuracy of the flowfield is strongly dependent on the turbulence model used and can be case dependent. Read more

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