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University of Bath, Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (AAPS) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 14 University of Bath, Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (AAPS) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 14 University of Bath, Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (AAPS) PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Development of manufacturing methods for scale up of novel structural battery architectures.

Current structural batteries research, as part of ongoing AAPS/GKN PhD projects, has identified that current state of the art carbon fibre structural battery architectures need to be revised as using a layered approach places too much physical distance between anode and cathode which slows ion transfer and reduces battery performance. Read more

Electric Motor Torque Estimation

Knowing the torque produced by an electric motor is essential in a wide range of applications. In electric vehicles it is important to deliver the torque requested by the driver, and it becomes very important for good drivability when blending regenerative braking torque with the hydraulic brakes. Read more

Quantifying failure of non-contacting gas lubricated mechanical face seals

Turbochargers are increasingly used to improve engine performance and power output, while downsizing. They will be key in helping to reduce fuel consumption and emissions through increasing engine efficiency. Read more

Intelligent approaches to improve the system reliability of advanced testing methods

Automotive propulsion system development processes have advanced greatly over the last years, blending physical experiments and high-fidelity simulation to provide a highly realistic environment in which to study system behaviour. Read more

Modular hydrogen storage for low-carbon road transport

Green molecular or di-hydrogen (H2) is an exciting and interesting option as a low-carbon fuel for road transport, including light- and heavy-duty vehicles, with the added benefit of lower negative air quality impacts compared with fossil fuels whether used in ICEs or fuel cells. . Read more

Automated generation and parameterisation of physics-based propulsion system models

Accurate simulation models are vital for the implementation of digital development techniques. These models need to be a suitably accurate representation of the system behaviour, whilst also satisfying key requirements in terms of computational speed and scalability. Read more
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