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University of Strathclyde, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Protein adsorption in gel structures: simulation, experiment and application

The aims of the project are to understand protein adsorption in RF gel structures and to tailor gel properties for applications; these include purification steps in protein manufacture, as well as water clean-up. Read more

Optimising the washing and drying of filter cakes: modelling and applications

The aims of project are to understand fluid transport through filter cakes, and how it is influenced by particle sizes and cake structural properties; Investigate the consequences of this fundamental understanding for washing and drying, which are key processes in the manufacture of pharmaceuticals; and design improved strategies for isolation of particulates that facilitate further processing. Read more

Foam improved oil recovery

Typically in oil and gas production, only a small fraction of the oil present manages to flow out of an oil reservoir under the reservoir’s own pressure. Read more

Foam Hadron Collider

Microfluidic devices involving small droplets or bubbles flowing along narrow channels are becoming increasingly important, not least in the context Covid-19 testing. Read more

Active sticky particles

Active particles are a class of material that has been studied in detail in the past decade, in a wide range of contexts from the transport and collective behaviour of bacteria and algae to nanoengineering with artificial driven nanoparticles and colloids. Read more

Has the way we teach engineering and science helped to cause climate change?

Since the industrial revolution and the development of the science upon which it was built--equilibrium thermodynamics, chemistry, energy transfer and so on--education in science has tended to introduce key concepts in simplified ways. Read more

Solvent reuse to support sustainable pharmaceutical manufacturing

This project aims to develop and demonstrate solvent recycling methodologies which can be applied within individual process stage during advanced continuous pharmaceutical synthesis and active pharmaceutical ingredient isolation. Read more

Modelling the effect of the electric double layer on electron transfer kinetics

Electron transfer between molecules in solution and a surface (e.g., a metallic electrode or semiconducting substrate) occurs in a wide variety of important areas, including catalysis, corrosion, electrodeposition, photochemistry, etc. Read more

Tuning materials from within: growing endo/exo-particles for energy conversion devices

The ability to disperse nanoparticles on the surface of materials has revolutionised surface science and catalysis, speeding up a wide range of chemical reactions of great practical importance. Read more

Instant-on solid oxide cells for hydrogen production and power generation

If humanity were to replace fossil fuels, it would need to find a way to store vast amounts of renewable energy cheaply for use when the sun is not shining or when the winds are still. Read more

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