This PhD project will look at possible strategies to develop a new generation of digesters, which can perform a faster and more compact conversion of biowastes.
Applications are invited for a competitive fully-funded PhD Studentship starting in 2018. The studentship will support a highly motivated researcher to undertake cutting-edge research on power generation in rural communities.
Applications are invited for a competitive fully-funded PhD Studentship starting 2018. The exact topic of the research will be tailored to the strengths of the candidate and the relevance to ongoing research within the Energy Engineering group.
The project will be built on existing research, which has previously been carried out for many years by the Sheffield team, with the measurement data from the national PACT facilities and in collaboration with Electric Power Research Institute in the
This project aims to combine computational fluid dynamics simulations; chemical process modelling and virtual reality techniques and develop a virtual reality energy system simulation tool for future zero mission power generation system.
The studentship will support a highly motivated researcher to undertake this cutting edge research for future energy and power generation technologies. The successful applicants will receive appropriate training to work at the forefront of research.