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

We have 8 University of Bath, Centre for Doctoral Training in Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (AAPS) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  AI approaches to automate Bill of Materials Validation.
  Prof C Brace
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A Bill of Materials (BoM) is a document that lists all of the components and resources needed to build a product, in this case a vehicle.
  Automated simulation management of complex co-simulation test systems for advance propulsion systems
  Prof C Brace
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Complex automotive propulsions systems of the future will be developed using a combination of experimental and simulation techniques capturing the different physical phenomenon of the systems (battery chemistries, combustion, electric drives…).
  Crude Sulfate Turpentine as a new source of biorenewable fuel
  Prof S B Bull, Dr C Chuck
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Dwindling fossil fuel supplies and global warming mean there is an urgent need to develop biorenewable replacements for the petrochemical based fuels and lubricants consumed by the automotive industry.
  Design and validation methods for additively manufactured heat exchangers
  Dr JMF Flynn
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With electrification being one of the biggest potential disruptors in modern transport, there is a growing need for lightweight, reliable and efficient thermal management systems.
  Life cycle assessment of current and future passenger transport technologies in the UK
  Dr S Parsons
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In the coming years, the electric powertrain is expected to replace fossil fuelled vehicles. From an environmental perspective, there are still many uncertainties when assessing the potential life cycle impacts of future powertrain technologies.
  Reduced order models for battery management systems.
  Dr TMP Pryer
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Lithium-ion batteries are prevalent sources of electric energy for a variety of applications, ranging from portable electronic devices like mobile phones, tablets and laptops to Electric Vehicles and Hybrid EVs.
  Structural batteries mechanical resilience
  Dr ATR Rhead, Prof MSI Islam
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Batteries based on carbon fibre reinforced plastic (CFRP) have the potential to supply power with an improved overall efficiency (vehicle power to weight rather than battery power to weight) compared to current battery technologies.
  Virtual vehicle validation
  Prof C Brace
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The automotive industry, along with other high-tech sectors, needs to move away from their reliance on physical prototypes. Today these prototypes are used to validate the performance of the vehicle against the design requirements.
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