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Structural Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 74 Structural Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Developing a digital twin for validation of packing optimisers used for nuclear decommissioning

  Research Group: School of Chemical and Process Engineering
When sorting and packing nuclear waste items, the current practice typically involves human operators wearing full PPEs and/or remotely controlled robotic arms. Read more

Investigating porosity changes and stress mechanics of corroding nuclear wastes under confined expansion

  Research Group: School of Civil Engineering
As the UK prepares to invest in new operational nuclear power plants, industry and research organisations are also looking to decommission the UK’s existing nuclear legacy facilities. Read more

Lithium corrosion behaviour of RAFM steels for tritium breeder blankets in fusion energy production

The production of vast amounts of nuclear fusion energy in tokamak and compact spherical reactor designs, as a replica of nuclear reactions in the sun, rely on the deuterium (D)-tritium (T) reaction and the hot D-T plasma confinement using intense superconducting magnets. Read more

PhD position in Structural Mechanics with specialization in structural instability phenomena

A PhD scholarship is available at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering (Structures Section) in the field of Structural Mechanics with specialization in structural instability phenomena. Read more

Optimizing CO2 Mineralization: From Particle Aggregation to Growth and Tailored Properties

CO. 2. mineralisation via aqueous carbonate formation can reuse captured CO. 2. to manufacture stable carbonates with a net negative carbon footprint, potentially mitigating or even replacing conventional infrastructure materials. Read more

Finite Element Modeling of Breeding Blanket Mechanical Performance for Fusion

Applications are invited for a studentship in the area of Finite Element modelling of Nuclear Materials under Extreme Thermomechanical Loads, leading to the award of a PhD degree, with a desired start in September 2024. Read more

Design and implementation of a self-sealing specimen chamber to allow shock loading of hazardous materials

Overview. High velocity impacts on targets can generate shock waves which travel through the target material. The response of the material to such extreme impacts is of interest to many areas of engineering, in particular the defence sector. Read more

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