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Digital twin of novel CO2 reduction and utilisation system

To combat climate change with the aim of limiting global warming to the target of 1.5 C, it requires carbon dioxide removal from the atmosphere of some 100–1000 GtCO2 over the 21st century. Read more

Mixing in Engineered Water Systems – Relating Dispersion to Energy Loss

Taylor (1954) described the process of longitudinal dispersion in highly turbulent flow in a simple uniform pipe. To-date his analytical equilibrium approach remains the primary tool for modelling mixing in most 1D engineered water network models. Read more

The environmental and economic assessment of crop based sustainable aviation fuels by minimizing the land use change impact PhD

An Excellent opportunity to conduct a new but urgently required research area for achieving the UK’s net zero target in 2050. Currently only one crop-based biomass certified sustainable aviation fuel is available out of eight conversion process certified to use in aviation by ICAO. Read more
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DTA - Liberating lithium from subsurface resources

Lithium and other critical metals are key to battery technologies and improving the utility of renewable energy. Lithium is sourced either from large traditional mines or concentrated brines that are pumped out of deep reservoirs. Read more
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Expansion of Viscosity Models for US Hanford Site Radioactive Waste Glass Melts

Sheffield Hallam University is offering this challenging and exciting PhD project in radioactive waste immobilisation. The project is co-funded by Sheffield Hallam University and the US Department of Energy. Read more
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Understanding Densities of US Hanford Site Radioactive Waste Glass Melts

Sheffield Hallam University is offering this challenging and exciting PhD project in radioactive waste immobilisation. The project is co-funded by Sheffield Hallam University and the US Department of Energy. Read more

Thermoelectric composites for environmental application PhD

Thermoelectric (TE) materials can convert heat into electricity directly, via the Seebeck effect (V -SΔT). One of the barriers for the widespread application of TE materials is its relative low conversion efficiency. Read more

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