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Structural Engineering PhD Research Projects

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EPSRC DTP Project: New Manufacturing Processes and Materials for Shearing Blades

The department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Bath is inviting applications for the following fully funded PhD project, expected to commence in September/October 2023. Read more

Climate compatible decision making in the UK construction sector

  Research Group: School of Civil Engineering
Global demand for concrete has grown 3-fold and steel 2-fold over the last 10 years. Both are responsible for approximately 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions (GHG), 75% of which is associated with buildings and infrastructure. . Read more

Incorporating Knowledge Management into the Planning of Infrastructure Projects

  Research Group: School of Civil Engineering
Infrastructure projects are typically complex and dynamic, in which the design of operations and construction methods can play a significant role in the successful delivery of such mega projects in terms of key objectives such as schedule, cost, environmental, and safety performance. Read more

Forshaw PhD Studentship in Architecture (2023-24)

Overview. We are now inviting applicants for the fifth award of this annual PhD scholarship in architecture, as part of a generous endowment from David and Mary Forshaw to support women in architectural education and research. Read more

Phenomenological Modelling of Nature-Inspired Energy Extraction

Natural mechanical power from steady water flows in oceans and rivers can provide an alternative and abundant source of cheap and clean energy, in addition to the renewable energy from winds, waves and sun. Read more

Biological self-healing for advanced and sustainable masonry materials

Biological processes, such as biomineralization, have been explored for consolidating porous materials and as a new class of self-healing cement-based building materials. Read more

Predicting whipping induced failure in a cyclic progressive collapse analysis of ship structures

Supporting an ongoing collaboration between Newcastle University (Dr Simon Benson), Osaka University (Prof Akira Tatsumi) and University of Strathclyde (Dr Shen Li), this PhD project will contribute invaluable research in the field of marine structures, specifically investigating the cyclic progressive collapse of ships. Read more

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