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  Behaviour and design of thin-walled metallic shell systems
  Dr J Wang
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Wind energy is currently representing the fastest growth area of all renewables, particularly in the UK. The height of the wind turbine towers is continuously increasing to cope with the growing energy demands and engineers need to understand the possible failure mechanisms in these slender structures.
  Energy Positive Cities: meeting future urban energy needs with Active Buildings
  Prof David Coley, Dr S R Allen
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
There is increasing pressure for fossil-fuelled economies around the world to become ‘climate neutral’.
  Linking RDE emissions reduction technologies in advanced engines to oil dilution rates – In collaboration with the Ford Motor Company.
  Dr C Bannister
Application Deadline: 22 February 2019
Project queries should be sent to Dr Chris Bannister. [email protected] For more information on the PVRC please go to. www.pvrc.co.uk.
  Innovative manufacturing of refractory metals
  Dr A Shokrani
Application Deadline: 1 April 2019
The global demand for electricity is increasing at 3.1% and the need for a clean and sustainable source of energy is paramount. Fusion energy research seeks to generate clean, safe, and abundant electricity and this PhD studentship is a lifetime opportunity to have an impact on realisation of fusion power plants.
  Is building-integrated energy storage a good idea?
  Dr S R Allen
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Fossil-fuelled energy use represents around 80% of global greenhouse (GHG) emissions, a huge proportion of which is used to heat and power our buildings.
  Development of Novel Microporous Polymers for Advanced Membrane Separations
  Dr S Shahid
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Membrane based separation techniques can be an order of magnitude more energy efficient than the heat driven separations (e.g. distillation).
  Functionalised Metal-Organic Framework Adsorbents and Hybrid Membranes for Challenging Gas Separations
  Dr S Shahid
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Metal organic frameworks belong to the family of coordination polymers with extremely high specific surface areas surpassing that of traditional adsorbents such as zeolites and activated carbon.
  Game theory and control methods for demand response in the smart grid
  Dr A De Paola
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
It is an exciting time for research in power systems, as the increasing penetration of renewable energy and the ever-accelerating technology developments are dramatically changing the way in which electricity is generated, transported and consumed.
  Dynamic response and resilient design of deep water Offshore Wind Turbines
  Dr L Pelecanos, Dr A Darby
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Modern day society needs require energy savings and decarbonisation of the built environment. Alternative and renewable energy sources are becoming more attractive and new ways for energy harvesting are explored.
  Power Converter for Superconducting Network - Exploring and design power converter operating at cryogenic temperature between 20K and 100K
  Dr X Pei
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
High-temperature superconductor has great potential for widespread application in energy networks. Superconducting network is particular attractive for electric aircraft because superconductor material offers high current density, low loss, lightweight and small volume.
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