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Thermodynamics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

We have 52 Thermodynamics PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships for UK Students

Towards a world atlas of weather events to stress-test buildings

Summary. Buildings are assessed using typical conditions, a questionable approach for a heating climate. This project will exploit novel datasets to develop a world atlas of weather events to stress-test buildings to enhance mitigation of and adaptation to climate change based on known and likely impacts. Read more

NPL-Imperial iCASE studentship: Characterising the performance of low loading electrodes for hydrogen technologies

This project is an Industrial-Case studentship based in the Chemistry department at Imperial College London, and with partners at the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and the company RFC Power, which is a spinout of Imperial College London. Read more

Microgravity Space Experiments on Alloy Solidification

University College Dublin (UCD) has recently taken delivery of a device from the European Space Agency (ESA) in which the solidification of alloys can be observed in real-time using X-rays. Read more

Drive and material imperfections impacting inertial fusion

Fusion is the process which occurs at the centre of the Sun and is the source of energy that heats and lights the Earth. Our aim is to produce heat and electricity from fusion of deuterium and tritium, isotopes of hydrogen, to form helium and a neutron. Read more

Mechanical and Industrial Engineering Ph.D.

The mechanical and industrial engineering doctorate program produces graduates with a depth of knowledge in mechanical or industrial engineering while allowing students to engage in cutting-edge, cross-disciplinary research. Read more

Self-Propelled Dropwise Condensation for High Efficiency Heat Exchange in Industrial Systems (Ref: RDF24/EE/MCE/PARSA)

Dropwise condensation (DWC) is an important topic of interest to diverse scientific communities including energy, materials, and engineering due to the fast-growing demand for enhancing heat and mass transfer in domestic and industrial applications such as power generation, water desalination, air conditioning and thermal management. Read more

Computational discovery of metal-organic framework materials

Are you passionate about pioneering the future of materials science? Sarkisov Group at the University of Manchester invites enthusiastic and driven PhD students to join our dynamic team in Autumn 2024, focusing on the exciting domain of computational discovery in metal-organic framework (MOF) materials. Read more

PhD in Behaviours of Nitrogen in the Future Green Steelmaking Routes

An enthusiastic individual is being invited to join a team of researchers to work on the Warwick Industrial Fellowship funded project sponsored by Tata Steel in the Netherlands. Read more

Innovations in Waste Energy Minimisation from Maritime Engineering Power and Propulsion Systems

Supervisory Team.   Prof Alan J Murphy & Prof Dominic Hudson. Project description. Although maritime transport is one of the most energy efficient, the cumulative carbon footprint from global shipping is equivalent a large industrialised nation (~3% of global total). Read more

Carbonation of calcium silicates and synergy with aluminates

Cement is the single most used material in the world, and its fabrication accounts for about 8% of the total anthropogenic CO2 emissions to the atmosphere. Carbonation of cement materials and of recycled concrete are foreseen as viable technologies for the decrease of the carbon footprint of the cement production and usage. Read more

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