PhD: Advanced FML Aircraft Structure Developments
Specificaties - (uitleg)
|Uren||38,0 uren per week|
|Salaris||maximaal € 2801|
|About employer||Delft University of Technology (TU Delft)|
A method will be developed to assess deformation requirements for arbitrary FMLs containing different metallic constituents and thicknesses. In the second phase, this methodology will be extended to thermal loading, allowing prediction of the (cyclic) deformation of arbitrary thick FMLs containing various constituents. The limit of current fatigue and damage tolerance methodologies will be extended, while in the last stage the developed methods will be applied to a specific airframe design problem to demonstrate validity and applicability.
As a PhD candidate you will be enrolled in the TU Delft Graduate School. TU Delft Graduate School provides an inspiring research environment; an excellent team of supervisors, academic staff and a mentor; and a Doctoral Education Programme aimed at developing your transferable, discipline-related and research skills. Please visit www.phd.tudelft.nl for more information.
For more information about this position, please contact Ms. Gemma van der Windt, phone:+31 (0)15-2789617, e-mail: G.J.M.vanderWindt@tudelft.nl. To apply, please e-mail a detailed CV and letter of application by 31 March 2017 to Ms. van der Windt, firstname.lastname@example.org.
When applying, please refer to vacancy number LR17-09.
If your MsC diploma and transcript are not in Dutch, English, French or German and you will be the selected candidate, the TU Delft will ask you to deliver a certified translation.
Dienstverband: Temporary, 4 years (1 year initially)
The Structural Integrity and Composites group focuses on the performance needs of future structures and products by intergrating design, safety, manufacturing, and maintenance. The group has a unique reputation in the field of fatigue of structures and materials, combined with expertise in structural hybrid/composite concept development and manufacturing for assuring structural integrity during all phases of the entire operational life.
Technische Universiteit Delft