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Mechanical Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Birmingham

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  Numerical Simulation of Turbulent, Free-Surface Open-channel Flow in Bends
  Dr B Fraga
Application Deadline: 5 March 2019
This project relies on previous findings on the secondary structure of turbulent flow in bends to further analyse the influence of the free-surface condition.
  Exploiting Nonlinearities for Broadband Vibration Energy Harvesting
  Dr P Alevras
Applications accepted all year round
Project Description. Ever larger quantities of sensors, microcontrollers and data transmitters are installed in buildings and machinery, supplying data and information that is key for a wide range of applications, such as healthcare, energy and transport to name but a few.
  4D printing of smart ceramic structures
  Dr K Essa
Application Deadline: 12 March 2019
4D printing has been introduced as a novel manufacturing technique where additive manufacturing is being used to create 3D object that deliver an extra functionality such as changing shape when exposed to external stimuli such as temperature.
  Enhancing the physical footprint and energy conversion efficiency of the adsorption systems for hybrid water desalination and cooling
  Dr A Rezk
Application Deadline: 8 April 2019
Applications are invited for a three-year Postgraduate studentship, supported by the School of Engineering and Applied Science, to be undertaken within the Sustainable Environment Research Group Research Group at Aston University.
  Designing step changes in alloy ductility via novel fabrication routes
  Dr D Collins
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
A fully funded 3-year PhD studentship (UK/EU only) is offered in the School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham under the supervision of Dr David Collins.
  Exploiting formability in ultra-lightweight magnesium alloys
  Dr D Collins
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
A fully funded 3-year PhD studentship (UK/EU only) is offered in the School of Metallurgy & Materials, University of Birmingham under the supervision of Dr David Collins.
  The mitral valve: next generation of cardiovascular engineering replacement devices and materials
  Dr D Espino
Applications accepted all year round
Severe heart valve failure can require surgical repair or replacement of the mitral valve. Current medical devices do not fully exploit the next generation of materials, or their design, for targeted patient treatment and monitoring.
  The application of positron emission particle tracking to the mixing of complex particle-liquid systems
  Prof M Barigou
Application Deadline: 30 April 2019
Funding is available to fully support a PhD research student. The studentship will be funded by EPSRC DTA. The candidate should be a UK/EU citizen and should have at least a strong upper second-class (2.1) degree in Chemical Engineering or related discipline (e.g.
  Flowing Innovation: An Engineering Design Approach for Harnessing Innovative Biotechnologies for Water Purification
  Research Group: Water availability/cleanliness
  Dr K Dearn, Dr L Orsini
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Existing water filtration and purification technologies are generally inefficient (removing at best 50% of pharmaceuticals), require expensive and specialized infrastructure and constant energy supply.
  Flowing Innovation: An Engineering Design Approach for Harnessing Innovative Biotechnologies for Water Purification
  Research Group: Water availability/cleanliness
  Dr K Dearn, Dr L Orsini
Application Deadline: 31 March 2019
Existing water filtration and purification technologies are generally inefficient (removing at best 50% of pharmaceuticals), require expensive and specialized infrastructure and constant energy supply.
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