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University of Sheffield Environmental Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

We have 24 University of Sheffield Environmental Engineering PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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Learning from historical cement sample stores

The Cements@Sheffield group in the Department of Materials Science & Engineering, University of Sheffield, is recruiting a PhD student to join us for a project funded by the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning authority. Read more

Creating Negative Emissions Through Direct Air Capture and Carbon Mineralisation

Large scale Green House Gas (GHG) removal is vital to limit global mean temperatures from rising more than 2ºC. Most climate mitigation technologies focus on decreasing the rate at which we add carbon to the atmosphere as carbon dioxide (CO. Read more

Physical properties of belitic calcium sulfoaluminate cements with/out addition of calcined clay

Cement is the most manufactured product on the planet and is essential to the development of infrastructure and economy. However, manufacture of the generally employed Portland cement (PC) clinker is responsible for 8% of man-made CO2 emissions. Read more

Pervasive sensing for transport drainage management

Impaired railway drainage infrastructure can cause flooding, with inherent safety, environmental and financial impacts. Intelligent sensors and instrumentation offer the potential to effectively manage drainage assets and associated risks. Read more

Mixing in Engineered Water Systems – Relating Dispersion to Energy Loss

Taylor (1954) described the process of longitudinal dispersion in highly turbulent flow in a simple uniform pipe. To-date his analytical equilibrium approach remains the primary tool for modelling mixing in most 1D engineered water network models. Read more

Model-based autonomy for real-time monitoring of environmental pollutants

There is an emerging need for technologies that can rapidly map the location and concentration of pollutants within a range of environments, particularly in the aftermath of an environmental disaster. Read more

Probabilistic Performance Specifications For Suds/green Infrastructure

Urban drainage systems are traditionally sized according to extreme high return period design storm events. Approaches based on design storms remain necessary for flood risk assessment. Read more

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