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Nuclear Engineering (computational physics) PhD Projects, Programs & Scholarships

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  Atomistic modelling of fracture for irradiated materials
  Dr J Kermode
Applications accepted all year round

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Reactor pressure vessel (RPV) steels used in nuclear power plants have very complex behaviour due to the large number of alloying elements.
  Heterogeneous materials in extreme environments: multiscale models of chemo-mechanical processes
  Dr L Figiel
Applications accepted all year round

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Extreme volumetric expansion, high temperature gradients, and/or high-frequency vibrations can compromise structural integrity and safety of modern electronic systems (e.g.
  KESS2 Scholarship: Materials discovery for neutron shielding (Research Masters)
  Dr S Middleburgh
Application Deadline: 1 April 2020

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Within a toroidal fusion reactor, the plasma is held in shape through magnetic confinement enabling fusion processes to take place.
  Development of a Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics (SPH) model to simulate transitions of gas-liquid two-phase flow regimes
  Prof B Rogers, Dr S Lind, Prof P K Stansby
Applications accepted all year round

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For reactors in critical situations, ’Loss of Coolant’ incidents require ensuring that the core and fuel rod claddings are properly cooled when water injection is triggered by safety monitoring systems.
  Size effects in pure and alloyed metals under dynamic loading
  Dr B. Gurrutxaga-Lerma
Applications accepted all year round

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The strength of metals and metallic alloys is usually thought to be independent of the system’s geometry and dimensions. However, at the micron scale this ceases to be true.
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