Vibrations as a novel tool for particle self-assembly and vibro-fluidization in space environments

Project: Research - Studentship

Project Details

StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/10/2230/09/25

Funding

  • European Space Agency ESA: £75,479.00

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  • Convective states and patterning behavior in Lunar Regolith under the effect of vertical vibrations

    Watson, P., Bonnieu, S. V. & Lappa, M., 15 Mar 2024, Book of abstracts: UK Fluids Conference 2023. Fossati, M., Kontis, K., Lappa, M., Oliveira, M. & Chaparian, E. (eds.).

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  • Access to the space environment and low earth orbit: what are the opportunities

    Lappa, M. & Carvil, P., 21 Feb 2024, Why Space?: The Opportunity for Materials Science and Innovation. Lappa, M., Hamerton, I., Roberts, P. C. E., Kao, A., Domingos, M., Soorghali, H. & Carvil, P. (eds.). Didcot, p. 14-21 8 p.

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  • New methods for the transport and management of lunar regolith

    Lappa, M., 21 Feb 2024, Why Space?: The Opportunity for Materials Science and Innovation. Lappa, M., Hamerton, I., Roberts, P. C. E., Kao, A., Domingos, M., Soorghali, H. & Carvil, P. (eds.). Didcot, p. 131-133 3 p.

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