Research course

Multi-Scale Modelling and Simulation for Energy-Related Engineering Applications

Institution
University of Leeds · School of Chemical and Process Engineering
Qualifications
PhD

Entry requirements

Applicants must have a minimum of a UK upper second class honours degree (2.1), or equivalent, in mathematics, physics, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering. If English is not the applicant’s first language, they must provide evidence that you meet the University’s minimum English Language requirements.

Months of entry

October

Course content

Within the development cycle of energy-efficient technologies, the requirement for highly accurate and reliable predictive approaches is unquestionable, with the construction of multi-scale mathematical representations of systems required as an aid in the design and planning of full-scale applications, and to allow focusing of complementary experimental work. The aim of the studentship is to enable the safe and efficient implementation of emerging technologies through the development of predictive tools which integrate state-of-the-art theoretical developments in energy-related engineering. The main focus will be on simulation, where simplifications are minimised, with applications in nuclear energy, carbon capture and storage, and bioenergy.

Keywords: Asphaltene science, Flow assurance, Dispersion chemistry

Fees and funding

This scholarship is part of Leeds Anniversary Research Scholarship scheme.

This scholarship is fully funded covering fees and a maintenance of £14,254 in 2016/17

Qualification and course duration

PhD

full time
48 months

Course contact details

Name
Professor Mike Fairweather
Email
m.fairwaether@leeds.ac.uk