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Fluid Mechanics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

We have 14 Fluid Mechanics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Edinburgh

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Low-order modelling and control of turbulence using deep learning

The dynamical systems view of turbulence, in which the flow “pinballs” between exact coherent states (ECS), is a promising way to unify our statistical understanding of turbulence with a mechanistic understanding of the complex self-sustaining processes that underpin it. Read more

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

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

Using computer simulations to model the separation of circulating tumour cells from blood cells as an early diagnostic tool for cancer

Background. Circulating tumour cells are a known biomarker of cancer and can be found in the blood from Stage 1 onwards. Successful identification of circulating tumour cells can be used to facilitate early diagnosis of cancer and therefore improve survival rates. 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

Building integrated Photvoltaic for existing buildings

As the quest for sustainable building increases, Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) promises to be a viable energy source that easily blends with modern architectural materials. Read more

Modelling gas-microdroplet interaction and dispersion for decontamination applications

Are you interested in pursuing a PhD in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) at the University of Edinburgh? We are currently looking to recruit a talented, hardworking, and passionate PhD student to study the interactive and dispersive behaviour of different sterilant formulations during the decontamination of materials with complex geometries and the disinfection of indoor spaces. Read more

Intracellular Capillarity of Biomolecular Condensates

The emerging role of biomolecular condensates formed through a liquid-liquid phase separation process inside biological cells is driving a paradigm change in our understanding of cellular organisation. Read more

Designing Structured Surfaces with Superwettability Properties

The wetting behaviours of liquids on solid surfaces play an important role for a wide range of engineering applications, including coatings, electronics, oil recovery, microfluidics, and inkjet printing. Read more
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