Internship/Calculation of Fatigue and Damage Tolerance for A320 Wing Junction (m/f)

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  • Toulouse
  • A négocier
  • Ingénierie / Gestion de production
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Internship/Calculation of Fatigue and Damage Tolerance for A320 Wing Junction (m/f)

Internship/Calculation of Fatigue and Damage Tolerance for A320 Wing Junction (m/f)

Airbus Toulouse

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Description of the job

Airbus (Toulouse) is looking for an intern (m/f) for a 6-month internship.

Within the Stress Design Office, you will be in charge of calculating Fatigue and Damage Tolerance for the A320 family using a MEF 3D view of the junction between the wing and the fuselage.

This internship will start on 1st October 2016 (subject to certain flexibility).

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Tasks & accountabilities

Your tasks will include:

·  Understanding the studied area (load, test cell damages, existing modelling)
·  Familiarising yourself with the calculation software used by the Single Aisle stress team (SAFE or ISAMI)
·  Updating the existing studies on the A320
·  Preparing studies for the A321 (modelling 3D models using SAFE or ISAMI, exploiting results)
·  Comparing A320/A321 results and proposing improvement avenues to make the results consistent)
·  Comparing the obtained results with those of scale 1 fatigue test cell results and the current maintenance programme.

Required skills

You are in the final year of engineering school, university or equivalent (5-year degree) as an Engineer.

You ideally have initial experience in this field.

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

English: advanced level,
French: negotiation level.

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