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We have 27 Chemical Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in Newcastle

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Scaling up next generation immortal catalysts for transforming the chemical industry.

Natural gas it is an abundant and versatile energy source, helping meet growing demand for energy globally. Up to 50% of natural gas is being used as feedstock for chemical synthesis of many important base chemicals such as ammonia and methanol. Read more

Techno-economic assessment of renewable hydrogen production via chemical-looping reforming of biogas

Clean and carbon-free hydrogen production is expected to play a vital role in future global energy transitions. Biogas is an interesting renewable biomass resource for hydrogen production due to its sustainable nature. . Read more

PhD Studentship in Chemical Engineering: Development of mixed ionic-electronic oxide ceramics for energy conversion and storage devices

Finding economically attractive, renewable, sustainable, and minimum carbon electrochemical devices, such as electrolysers to produce green hydrogen and fuel cells to generate electricity, is pivotal to meet our energy demand and thus essential to sustain our society today. Read more

Development of a novel biocomposite-integrated thin film reactor for the intensification of biosolar energy-driven gas clean-up processing

This proposed project seeks to establish an entirely new, scalable, solar energy driven microbial gas absorber technology by a novel combination of advanced photoreactive biocomposite materials, experimental thin film absorber design and modelling approaches. Read more

Investigation of convective and conjugate heat transfer for different jet configurations using Direct Numerical Simulations

In this project, we propose to conduct Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) of hot jets in turbulent flows, including channel cross flow at different friction Reynolds numbers and impinging jets, using different thermal wall boundary conditions along with conjugate heat transfer (CHT) wall boundary condition. Read more

Functional Biopolymer-based Composite Materials

Natural biopolymers such as polysaccharides (e.g. chitin/chitosan, cellulose, starch, and alginate) and proteins are widely available, biodegradable, biocompatible, chemically versatile, and inherently functional and thus have huge potential in developing advanced functional materials. . Read more

Technoeconomic and environmental investigation of novel pathways to recover metals from lithium ion batteries

The PhD researcher joining this project will investigate chemical and biotechnology routes to recover metal ions from batteries. Bioleaching is a promising technology because it can be operated at ambient conditions and does not require addition of chemicals. Read more

Mobile gasification unit for pharmaceutical waste

A report by the Department of Health estimates that unused medicines cost the NHS around £300 million every year, with an estimated £110 million worth of medicine returned to pharmacies, £90 million worth of unused prescriptions being stored in homes and around £50 million worth of medicines disposed of by Care Homes. . Read more

Real-time optimisation control of batch processes

Batch processes are widely used in the pharmaceutical, specialty chemical, and food industry for the responsive agile manufacturing of high value added products. Read more

Solution-Processed Organic Polymer for Energy Storage (RENU23-R/EE/MPEE/THUMMAVICHAI)

The EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training (CDT) in Renewable Energy Northeast Universities (ReNU)is a collaborative doctoral training programme run by the Universities of Northumbria, Newcastle and Durham. Read more

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