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University of Manchester Aeronautical, Maritime and Transport Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 9 University of Manchester Aeronautical, Maritime and Transport Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Analysis and control of hybrid dynamical systems: an insight into switched control systems
  Dr E Navarro-Lopez
Applications accepted all year round
Hybrid dynamical systems have emerged as a novel framework with potential for improving the performance and capabilities of a wide variety of engineering systems.
  Dissipativity-related properties in hybrid automata
  Dr E Navarro-Lopez
Applications accepted all year round
This research explores energy-related properties of hybrid systems, especially in hybrid automata. Here, energy refers to the abstract energy of the system which may not have a physical interpretation.
  DYVERSE Networks: pushing the boundaries of formal verification
  Dr E Navarro-Lopez
Applications accepted all year round
The controlled motion of swarm satellites; the cooperation of several robotic systems to meet a common goal; the operation of large-scale electrical power networks with renewable generation sources; the automation of public transport scheduling systems in metropolitan areas; the synchronisation patterns of beta-cells in your pancreas; the self-organisation of cells.
  Hybrid control systems: using formal verification to improve the control loop
  Dr E Navarro-Lopez
Applications accepted all year round
The complexity of today’s technological applications means that automated and semi-automated processes have become proportionately more complicated.
  Computational design and development of rotating heat pipes for gas turbine cooling
  Dr C Abeykoon, Prof A Turan
Application Deadline: 30 June 2019
Gas turbines are critical elements for power generation and transportation systems. They transform the chemical energy contained in the fuel by combustion, into mechanical energy.
  High-performance smart ceramic coatings on light alloys
  Dr B Mingo
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
The vision set out by the UK government is that by the year 2050 almost every car and van should be Ultra-low emission vehicle (ULEV).
  Imaging damage and failure mechanisms in aerospace alloys using neutrons and high energy X-rays
  Research Group: Metallurgy and Corrosion
  Dr E Jimenez-Melero, Prof X Zhou
Applications accepted all year round
The aim of this project is to apply complementary neutron & X-ray techniques, supported with advanced analytical electron microscopy, to image the microstructure evolution in real time at high temperatures (500ºC and above) and during monotonic and fatigue loading, simulating service conditions inside aeroengines.
  Hyperthermal Atomic Oxygen Effects on Satellite Systems
  Research Group: Aerospace Engineering
  Dr P Roberts, Dr V Oiko, Dr S Edmondson
Applications accepted all year round
A funded PhD studentship is currently available, developing robust satellite technology to deal with the challenges of erosion and oxidation in Low Earth Orbits.
  Integrated Fan Noise - applying Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Methods in order to assess Analytical Methods
  Research Group: Aerospace Engineering
  Dr A Filippone, Dr A Harwood
Applications accepted all year round
Engine fans are a key component of modern gas turbine engines. Increasing by‐pass ratios have led to large diameters, complex blade geometries, deep inlets and greatly integrated systems.
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