Internship / Analysis of mechanical influence of manufacturing defect in composite structure (m/f)

Stage Par Airbus
  • Electronique / Electrotechnique
  • Toulouse
  • A négocier

Description

Internship / Analysis of mechanical influence of manufacturing defect in composite structure (m/f)

Internship / Analysis of mechanical influence of manufacturing defect in composite structure (m/f)

Airbus Toulouse

Airbus Group is a global leader in aeronautics, space and related services. In 2015, the Group - comprising Airbus, Airbus Defence and Space and Airbus Helicopters - generated revenues of € 64.5 billion and employed a workforce of around 136,600.

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Description of the job

Airbus Toulouse is looking for an intern for a 6-month internship.

The extensive use of composite parts in the design of new generation of aircraft (especially for the A350 program) has required studies on the influence of manufacturing defects on CFRP structures.
These studies have two main objectives:

·  Ensuring that the mechanical performance of the parts complies with acceptance criteria definition,
·  Defining directives for processing concessions in order to support ramp-up for A350XWB manufacturing.

The aim of the proposed work is to characterize the mechanical influence of one manufacturing defect.
In this role, you will have a good overview of the entire manufacturing process for composite parts and enable you to gain experience in composite structure sizing methods.

This internship will start on 6th March 2017 (subject to some flexibility).

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Tasks & accountabilities

Your responsibilities will include:

·  Analysing mechanical testing campaigns performed on a manufacturing defect for the A350XWB and previous programs,
·  Defining a method (analytical or numerical) to simulate the influence of this manufacturing defect.

Required skills

You are in the final year of a master's degree or of an engineering school or university, specializing in Structural Engineering.

You ideally have initial experience.

You have knowledge of:

·  Structural mechanics/behaviour of composite structures,
·  Finite element analysis (Abaqus),
·  Test analysis,
·  Composite material manufacturing processes.

You are a good team player and have excellent interpersonal skills.

English: Intermediate level,
French: Fluent level.