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Latest University of Birmingham, School of Metallurgy & Materials PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 6 Latest University of Birmingham, School of Metallurgy & Materials PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

Lithium corrosion behaviour of RAFM steels for tritium breeder blankets in fusion energy production

The production of vast amounts of nuclear fusion energy in tokamak and compact spherical reactor designs, as a replica of nuclear reactions in the sun, rely on the deuterium (D)-tritium (T) reaction and the hot D-T plasma confinement using intense superconducting magnets. Read more

Modelling and simulation of fluid-structure interaction problems with variable flexibility

Would you like to continue your academic journey with a PhD in Aerospace Engineering? A 3.5-year fully funded PhD studentship for UK home students and EU students with settled status is available in the group of Dr. Read more

Fluid-Structure Interaction and Gust Response of Flexible Flapping Wings

Would you like to continue your academic journey with a PhD in Aerospace Engineering? A 3.5-year fully funded PhD studentship for UK home students and EU students with settled status is available in the group of Dr. Read more

Irradiation performance of electron beam steel welds for fusion breeder technologies

Structural steels based on body-centred cubic structures are a preferential option for first wall and breeder blanket components in magnetically-confined fusion tokamak designs, due to their enhanced resistance to radiation-induced void swelling, as compared to face-centred cubic materials, and to their high-temperature mechanical strength. Read more
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