2013 PhD Scholarships on Predictive Models for the Combustion of Multicomponent Biofuels in Australia

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The University of Sydney announces two PhD scholarships. The PhD scholarship is provided to study predictive models for the combustion of multicomponent biofuels. Applicants applying for the scholarship should have completed a master’s degree or a bachelor’s degree with first or upper second class honours in mechanical engineering or a related field and have a strong aptitude for computational fluid dynamics and computer programming. International students may apply for the scholarship.. . This studentship is available for pursuing PhD degree level.
The research areas of this scholarship are: Scholarships are provided in the field of Predictive Models for the Combustion of Multicomponent Biofuels.
Who can apply to this scholarship?  Applicants should have completed a master’s degree or a bachelor’s degree with first or upper second class honors’ in mechanical engineering or a related field and have a strong aptitude for computational fluid dynamics and computer programming. International students may apply but must be in receipt of a tuition fee scholarship from an external funding source.
Benefits of the scholarship: Not provided
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Duration: Not provided
Number of scholarships: Not provided

2013 PhD Scholarships on Predictive Models for the Combustion of Multicomponent Biofuels in Australia

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 Up to two PhD scholarships are available to conduct research into advanced, computationally efficient models for predicting pollutant emissions from the turbulent combustion of biofuels. Although biofuels may be carbon-neutral there is a need to ensure that emissions of toxic gases such as NOx and CO are low and that the future widespread use of biofuels does not lead to harmful levels of urban air pollution. The models will make use of large eddy simulations and Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes solvers implemented in open-source software.

 Applicants should have completed a master’s degree or a bachelor’s degree with first or upper second class honours in mechanical engineering or a related field and have a strong aptitude for computational fluid dynamics and computer programming. International students may apply but must be in receipt of a tuition fee scholarship from an external funding source.

Deadline: Do submit your application till 21 December 2012.

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