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We have 21 Energy Technologies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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Energy Technologies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

We have 21 Energy Technologies PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

Electro-mechanical Modelling and Control of Wave Energy Converters using MEGA-PTO

EU Consortium. MEGA-PTO is an EU flagship project, one of only two funded in the EU Wave Power Take-Off (PTO) Call, involving 12 partners, all world-leading in their own areas of expertise, including 3 wave device developers, Mocean Energy, CETO and PureMarine. Read more

Modular Power Electronics for MEGA-PTO

MEGA-PTO is an EU flagship project, one of only two funded in the EU Wave PTO Call, involving 12 partners, all world-leading in their own areas of expertise, including 3 wave device developers, Mocean Energy, CETO and PureMarine. Read more

Multi-Three-Phase Drives for Electric Transport

The popularity of power electronic drives used to control electrical machines is increasing, pushed by both the surge of renewable energy generation and the ongoing electrification of transport. Read more

Thermal Management for Future Aerospace Propulsion

Context. Global targets to cut carbon-dioxide emissions by 2050 are pushing forward the development of sustainable aircraft. If action is not taken, the annual atmospheric CO. Read more

Vortex Induced Vibration analysis of floating Offshore Wind Dynamic Power Cables

Background. The deployment of floating offshore wind turbines (FOWTs) is expected to increase globally in the future. Power generated by FOWTs is transported to substations and the onshore grid via dynamic power cables, which are typically suspended between the FOWTs and the seabed. Read more

Physics-based mathematical modelling of water electrolyser

Water electrolysers are promising for hydrogen-powered grids, producing green hydrogen from renewable energy sources, and working in a pair with fuel cells or gas turbines. Read more

Design of Superconducting Electric Machines for Zero Emission Transport

The Institute for Energy Systems, School of Engineering, at the University of Edinburgh, is inviting applications for the following fully-funded PhD project, expected to commence on 1st September 2024. Read more

Using multi-agent systems to help households reduce peak electricity consumption in ways they perceive as fair

The UK and the EU have both recently updated their legislation to put net zero emissions targets in place for 2050. This requires moving away from using fossil fuels for energy generation, and moving towards renewable sources such as photovoltaic cells and wind turbines. Read more

Soft Flexible and Stretchable Energy Storage Device Development

Hybrid energy storage offers multiple advantages in electrochemical energy storage especially for portable electronic gadgets and autonomous systems due to its high energy and power density. Read more

Modelling of microbial induced hydrogen loss for underground hydrogen storage

Hydrogen is identified to play a key role in the UK’s goal of achieving net zero emissions by 2050. To meet this target, the UK needs hydrogen storage capacity of at least 15 TWh (~ 450k tonnes) meet short-term and seasonal supply and demand variability. Read more

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