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Towards More Understanding of the Particle Dissolution Process in the Liquid

  • Full or part time
  • Application Deadline
    Applications accepted all year round
  • Self-Funded PhD Students Only
    Self-Funded PhD Students Only

Project Description

Dissolution of the powder in a liquid is of highly importance for many industries. It affects the performance of the end products. For example, the time needed for the tablet to dissolve inside human body and for the fertilizer particles to dissolve in the field.

This project aims to more understanding of the dissolution process of the solid particles in the liquid. This will be carried out using an imaging technique that able to track the dissolution process online. Then building a model based on the images which describe the dissolution process.

During the course of the project, the student will be trained on different production and analysing techniques that used in powder technology.

The candidate will be invited to the 9th International Granulation Conference in Switzerland. In addition, the student will be encouraged to attend different conferences of powder technology both inside and outside UK.

The student will receive training on different equipment that used different techniques to produce and to analyse the particles and the liquid.

Many industries are using powder as a raw material, intermediate and final products so it is essential to have somebody with knowledge in powder technology.

In addition to the training that will be given to the student, the candidate will be also integrated into a group of researchers and other students. Also will have access to communicate with experienced people in industry and this will give the student the experience of performing the research in an industrial environment.

Funding Notes

Candidates should have a first class or upper second class degree in chemical engineering, control engineering, mathematics, material science, chemistry, or a related discipline.

If English is not your first language then you must have International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) average of 6.5 or above with at least 6.0 in each component.

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