Formulation and optimisation of novel sustainable materials for vibro-acoustic and thermal applications with particular interests in modelling of material performance

University of Bradford

Faculty of Engineering and Informatics

Project Description

The study of sustainable vibro-acoustic and fire resistive materials made from polymeric industrial waste has become a priority for Governments and the Environmental Agencies around the world, due to increasing pollution levels and noise in urban regions.
The Civil and Environmental Engineering approach involves modelling the performance of the materials using powerful prediction tools since they are very cost-effective. In this project, we are looking for a candidate to work in a leading international laboratory for making, testing and modelling materials.
For this project we have various computational tools and/or experimental techniques that you will be using to produce/characterise novel materials.

Funding Information

This is a self-funded project.

To apply for this PhD, please use the following application link: https://www.bradford.ac.uk/courses/

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