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Reactive inkjet and textiles

The global market for printed textiles is in the region of $200 billion with inkjet printing playing a significant role. The PhD will investigate the various reactive inkjet mechanisms used in printed textiles, identifying research opportunities and investigating issues involved in expanding the role inkjet can play. Read more

Reactive inkjet printing

Metal organic frameworks (MOFs) have recently been printed using reactive inkjet printing. This PhD builds on that work aiming to expand the range of MOFs that can be printed and uncovering the advantages of using reactive inkjet printing as the production means. Read more

Reactive inkjet printing - silk porous structures for catalysis?

Silk stirrers and silk ‘rockets’ have been produced using reactive inkjet printing. The purpose of this PhD topic is to investigate the degree of porosity that the silk structures contain. Read more

Improving the mechanical properties of carbon fibre composites via inkjet printed polymer inclusions

Carbon fibre composites have been toughened, and strengthened, by using inkjet printing to deposit discrete droplets of polymer onto the pre-preg that is used to produce the final composite material. Read more

Predicting the inkjet printing performance of particle-containing inks

There has been a lot of research performed into predicting of the jetting performance of inks for inkjet printing. However, to date, the ‘inks’ used have been simple solvents. Read more

Whatever the weather - effect of environmental conditions on Additive Manufactured (3D Printed) polymer parts

Despite gaining increasing attention throughout a range of industrial sectors, powdered-polymer Additive Manufacturing (AM) processes such as Laser Sintering are being held back by a lack of information about the behaviour of parts in real-life conditions. Read more

EPSRC CDT in Advanced Biomedical Materials

Applications will soon be invited from qualified graduates for fully-funded four-year PhD studentships in the area of Advanced Biomedical Materials. Read more

Mechanics of deformation and induced surface integrity in micro-cutting

Micro-cutting is increasingly used to modify the surface properties of functional surfaces as well as in the generation of mechanical systems for Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS). Read more

Computational modelling of fresh concrete

Accurate understanding of, and ability to model, the fresh state behaviour of concrete is crucial to the development of a number of emerging manufacturing methods, such as 3D printing techniques, that have the potential to revolutionize concrete construction. Read more

Tailoring the Thermomechanical Properties of High Performance Aerospace & Automotive Composite Materials

Interested in high performance, lightweight composite materials? Take advantage of the fact that companies in the aerospace and automotive sectors are currently looking for good materials scientists and engineers with a composites PhD!. Read more
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