ENGINEERING: FULLY FUNDED M2A MSC BY RESEARCH SCHOLARSHIP: THE EVALUATION OF ENERGY UTILISATION TO IMPROVE ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT FOR SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS GROWTH
Manufacturing facilities are one among the largest consumers of energy. Efforts to improve energy efficiency are an increasing concern for many manufacturing facility engineering managers. This can be achieved by evaluating energy end uses (e.g., lighting, processing equipment, and heating, air conditioning, and ventilation (HVAC) systems), and by implementing measures to reduce the total amount of energy consumed for one or more of the end uses.
The sponsoring company have been a significant supplier into the petrochemical industry of over 40 years. They are currently seeking to streamline their manufacturing processes by fundamental data analysis of their systems and, their energy consumption. The aims of this project are to mine into the companies past utilisation of energy resources to establish efficiency performance. From there, recommendations can be considered to optimise the efficiency of the company’s current performance with a view to maximising resource potential for lower environmental impact and the implementation of ‘Circular Economy’ practices.
We welcome applications from candidates with an Engineering or Physical Sciences degree (minimum level 2:1), or a combination of degree and equivalent experience to the same level.
Normally, we would expect candidates to have met the University’s English Language requirements (e.g. IELTS 6.5 overall with 5.5+ in each component) by point of application.
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