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We have 61 Marine Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

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Marine Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

We have 61 Marine Engineering PhD Projects, Programmes & Scholarships in the UK

Computational Fluid-Structure Interaction with Turbulent and Multiphase flows

Fluid-structure interaction (FSI) problems involving turbulent and multiphase flows and flexible structures find numerous applications in Science and Engineering, e.g., aeroelasticity of aircraft wings and wind turbine blades, wave-structure interactions of offshore structures, flexible wave energy converters, floating solar farms, and flight of birds and insects. Read more

Environmental fate of radioactive ‘hot particles’ in marine and terrestrial systems: A biogeochemical study

Objectives. Develop an understanding of how nuclear fuel ‘hot particles’ degrade in marine and terrestrial environments. Utilise a range of advanced analysis techniques to study fuel particles, both synthetic (produced in the lab) and genuine (collected from the field). Read more

Saving energy by an optimised design of entrance pipe flow

The project combines state-of-the-art advanced mathematical tools and numerical simulations to better understand, predict and control pipeline flows for greener transportation and energy. Read more

Scour around coastal and offshore structures under complex wave and current conditions

A fully funded PhD project on scour around coastal and offshore structures in collaboration with HR Wallingford. Scour is the process of removing sediments from around foundations of marine structures by currents and waves. Read more

FULLY FUNDED 3.5-YEAR PHD STUDENTSHIP – A novel dynamical systems view of wall bounded turbulence

We are excited to announce a new PhD opportunity in fundamental and applied fluid mechanics. The successful candidate will join a vibrant team of researchers within the Sheffield Fluid Mechanics Group as well as benefiting from close collaborations with world-leading groups in Europe. Read more

Sonars for precise underwater autonomous vehicle (AUV) navigation.

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
There is a great interest in underwater autonomous vehicles (AUVs) and currently many companies develop AUVs for multiple applications. Read more

Machine learning in underwater acoustic communication modems

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Machine learning is an approach that is useful when a practical optimisation problem is difficult to describe precisely. This approach has found multiple applications. Read more

Modelling the Role of Hard Particles in Hard Facing Alloys

Supervisory Team: Robert Wood, Georges Limbert and Dave Stewart (RRSL). Project description. Hard facing alloys, such as those used in nuclear power plant, are composite materials comprising carbides (and other hard phases), in galling resistant metallic matrices. Read more

High-frequency underwater acoustic communication for image transmission.

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Communication using acoustic waves is the main underwater communication technology, since electro-magnetic waves quickly attenuate underwater. Read more

High data rate adaptive underwater acoustic networks

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
The ocean plays a key role in supporting all living organisms on our planet, yet the vast majority of the ocean remains unmapped and unobserved. Read more

Full-duplex underwater acoustic systems

  Research Group: Communication Technologies
Acoustic signal transmission is the only feasible technology for long-range (>10-100m) underwater communication, navigation and sonar systems. Read more

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