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Fluid Dynamics PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships in Glasgow

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  Formation of Hydraulic and Chemical Ground Barriers to Inhibit Contaminant Migration on Radioactively Contaminated Sites
  Prof R Lunn, Dr M Pedrotti
Application Deadline: 31 December 2019

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Project Description. This 4-year PhD at the University of Strathclyde will explore the use of colloidal silica hydrogel as a barrier to migration of radioactive contaminants in soils during decommissioning operations on nuclear facilities.
  Fluid Dynamic Instabilities and Solid Particle Transport in Thermal Flows
  Dr M Lappa
Applications accepted all year round

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  PhD in Engineering: Study of Compressible Turbulent Mixing Phenomena and Interactions (EPSRC iCASE studentship)
  Prof K Kontis
Application Deadline: 31 October 2019

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The School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting 4-years PhD project entitled ‘Study of Compressible Turbulent Mixing Phenomena and Interactions’ within the Aerospace Sciences Division.
  Machine Learning in Improving Offshore Wind Turbine Operation and Maintenance (O&M)
  Dr X Liu
Applications accepted all year round

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Overview. The mix of energy supply worldwide has been changed dramatically in the last few decades. In the UK, in order to tackle climate change and increasing energy consumption, there has been a clear movement from fossils towards renewable and sustainable energy sources.
  PhD in Engineering: Improving Heat Transfer Performance through Advanced Simulation Methods
  Dr M Vezza
Application Deadline: 30 November 2019

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The School of Engineering of the University of Glasgow is seeking a highly motivated graduate to undertake an exciting 3.5-year PhD project entitled “Improving Heat Transfer Performance through Advanced Simulation Methods” within the Aerospace Sciences Research Division.
  Direct numerical simulation of polymeric-fluid flows
  Dr D Kivotides, Dr P Grassia
Applications accepted all year round

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Polymers and turbulence are two of the most difficult problems in statistical physics. In the past, the study of polymeric liquids was divided in two categories.
  Finite temperature superfluid turbulence flow-structure interactions via immersed boundary methods
  Dr D Kivotides
Applications accepted all year round

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This is a multidisciplinary research project that combines the quantum physics of superfluid turbulence flows with advanced computational fluid dynamics for flow-structure interactions.
  Coherent and incoherent attosecond x-ray sources based on laser-plasma interactions
  Prof D Jaroszynski
Applications accepted all year round

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PhDs are offered in an exciting and challenging research area, with a vibrant group of experimentalists and theoreticians developing and applying ultra-compact accelerators and x-ray sources based on laser-plasma interactions.
  Designing colloidal films and membranes with complex interactions
  Dr M Haw
Applications accepted all year round

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Porous films and membranes are important for applications such as adsorbing, separating and storing gases, cleaning water and soils, sensor devices and many others.
  Developing a multiscale description of complex fluids from the molecular to the continuum scales
  Dr L Lue, Dr D Kivotides
Applications accepted all year round

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Engineers have traditionally used continuum equations to model processes, such as the Navier-Stokes equation for fluid flow. These methods require constitutive relations that encode the properties of the fluid; these are typically determined empirically and have limited predictive capabilities.
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