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Brunel University London, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

We have 8 Brunel University London, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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We have 8 Brunel University London, Mechanical and Automotive Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships

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Life Cycle Analysis (LCA )and Carbon footprint Analysis of Structural Automotive Parts

Applications are invited for one full-time PhD Studentships within the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering funded jointly by the industry and the Department. The PhD studentship is for a period of three (3) years effective from 1 March 2023 or as soon as possible. The successful applicant will have full tuition fee paid. Read more

Next generation electric vehicles

Electric vehicles (EV’s) offer benefits through energy security, energy efficiency, low emissions and precision in their control, hence the great interest in this technology from industry, academia, government and regulators. Read more

Can AI based robot car win the race?

A modern Formula 1 race is a breathtaking display of engineering precision. Yet the popularity of the sport arguably has less to do with the performance of the cars than with the skill and daring displayed by the drivers as they push those cars to the limit. Read more

Fracture assessment of large-scale structural components through the selection of matching small-scale laboratory specimens

You will join the internationally recognised researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. This fracture mechanics-oriented research project will be focused on the crack-tip constraint effect. Read more

Design, development, and optimisation of a six-legged robot for hybrid walking and manipulation in challenging environments

This project aims to develop a novel six-legged walking robot with features of high stability, mobility, manipulation, and precise-machining capabilities via optimised design of the leg mechanism and leg layout platform. Read more
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