Energy 2050 is one of the UK's largest energy research institutes. Based at the University of Sheffield, it has over 120 academics and more than 250 PhD students undertaking energy research and innovation.
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage and conventional power
Carbon capture, utilisation and storage (CCUS) is group of technologies designed to reduce the amount of carbon dioxide (CO2) released into the atmosphere from coal and gas power stations.Find out more
Recent opportunities funded by the University, industry, research bodies or other partners.
- A Novel Gas/Liquid contactor for CO2 capture technologies
- Funded EPSRC DTP PhD Studentship: Net-zero propulsion and supply-chains management of sustainable aviation fuels towards delivering a green aviation
- Engineering Doctorate (EngD): Predicting performance of intensified carbon capture inside rotating packed beds using CFD modelling
- Investigating the benefits of using palletised eHGV batteries for transport fleet electrification/decarbonisation
Recent opportunities for self-funded PhDs.
- Adjoint optimisation of aero engine fuel passages
- Development of efficient methodology for large deformations in conjugate heat transfer simulations
- Development of a Lattice-Boltzmann based model for the deposition process in chemically reacting flows
- Generation of automated chemical reaction pathways for aviation fuel
- Development of a new model for particle wall deposition on heated surfaces
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