Internship: Impact of Aircraft Architecture on Jet Noise (m/f)

Stage Par Airbus
  • Toulouse
  • A négocier
  • Architecture

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Internship: Impact of Aircraft Architecture on Jet Noise (m/f)

Internship: Impact of Aircraft Architecture on Jet Noise (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

An internship in Impact of Aircraft Architecture on Jet Noise (m/f) has opened up at Airbus in Toulouse.
Jet noise during take-off remains a major component of aircraft community noise for commercial aircraft. Due to the close coupling between engine and wing as part of the future aircraft architectures, it is expected that interactions between the jet and the airframe generate additional noise. The control of jet installation noise requires a good understanding of the physics involved. To this end, model-scale testing and specific prediction methods and tools are under development at Airbus.
Within this context, you will focus on the noise generated by the interaction between engine jet and high-lifting wing. The top objectives will be: to understand the noise generation physics, to understand wing shape and architecture effects on noise, and to qualify noise prediction models.
This internship will start in March 2017 (date subject to some flexibility).

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Tasks & accountabilities

Your main tasks and responsibilities will include:

·  analysing jet lab test data to derive noise trends versus driving parameters
·  applying novel analytical and numerical prediction tools to compare with the lab test results
·  improving the analytical model if needed
·  and applying the obtained tool to compare with existing wind-tunnel test data.

Required skills

We are looking for candidates with the following skills and experience:

·  in the 2nd year of a Master's degree or in 5th year of an engineering school, or university, specialising in Aerodynamics and/or Acoustics
·  Good knowledge of Matlab, Fortran and/or Python
·  Knowledge of aeroacoustics would be an asset
·  Team player
·  Good communication skills
·  Advanced level of English, French would be a plus.

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