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We have 11 Manufacturing Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

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Manufacturing Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

We have 11 Manufacturing Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students in Birmingham

Sustainable Recycled Textiles for Engineering Applications

Worldwide demand for the apparel industry keeps growing while triggering an environmental impact on human health. The textile industry accounts for around 10% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Read more

Development and Processing of Vanadium Alloys for Nuclear Fusion

  Research Group: PROCESSING
Background. UKAEA is at the forefront of fusion energy research including development of key power plant technologies. The delivery of viable designs for the consumable, in-vessel plasma-facing components (PFCs) is key to the realisation and the delivery of electricity to the grid from nuclear fusion. Read more

Mechanochemical Preparation of Biodegradable Pharmaceuticals

Twin-screw extrusion (TSE) has been demonstrated as an excellent means of industrialising mechanochemistry (instigation of a chemical reaction by mechanical energy, in the absence of solvents), overcoming the barriers involved in batch processing (such as ball milling) such as scalability and reaction temperature control. Read more

Irradiation performance of electron beam steel welds for fusion breeder technologies

Structural steels based on body-centred cubic structures are a preferential option for first wall and breeder blanket components in magnetically-confined fusion tokamak designs, due to their enhanced resistance to radiation-induced void swelling, as compared to face-centred cubic materials, and to their high-temperature mechanical strength. Read more
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