We have 14 Fluid Mechanics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Manchester

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Fluid Mechanics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Manchester

We have 14 Fluid Mechanics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for Non-European Students in Manchester

(A*STAR Split-site) Photonics with 2D atomic-scale channels

Two dimensional (2D) materials have reinforced the fact that new materials innovate new technological applications by showing enormous potential in various domains including electronics, optoelectronics, biology, chemistry etc. Read more

ML-driven Design for Fusion Reactors

The UKRI AI Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Decision Making for Complex Systems is a joint CDT between The University of Manchester and the University of Cambridge. Read more

Air Conditioning using Transcritical CO2-based Refrigeration System

Background. CO2 based air conditioning systems are very attractive when both cooling and heating are required and/or cooling is required in summer and heating in winter, i.e., for all year air conditioning systems. Read more
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Experimental investigations of cyclist’s posture and sport garment designs on cycling aerodynamics

The drag experienced by a cyclist is significantly affected by the state of boundary layer developing along the rider’s body. The state of the boundary layer is affected not only by the posture of the cyclist but also the texture and fit of sport garment on the cyclist’s body. Read more

Thermal hydraulics modelling of low-pressure, light water-cooled Small Modular Reactors

The Low-Pressure Water Reactor (LPWR) is a 300MW(e) pool-type water-cooled Small Modular Reactor (SMR) design in which the nuclear core is located at the bottom of a deep underground shaft instead of inside a pressure vessel. Read more

Flight mechanics and stability in birds during extreme manoeuvres of take-off and landing

During take-off birds accelerate primarily through from the ground reaction force, with aerodynamics playing a lesser role. In landing things are quite different; birds use mainly aerodynamic drag on the wings to decelerate, with the legs bringing them finally to rest after touchdown. Read more
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