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Job: SIMULIA Aerospace Physics Validation Internship, January – June 2019
Location: United States, MA, Waltham
In this position, you will be part of the Validation Team in SIMULIA PowerFLOW Physics Research & Development department, a world class group of researchers in the fields of Lattice Boltzmann and Turbulence Modeling.
SIMULIA PowerFLOW suite of innovative software simulation products impacts how Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is used in many industrial settings worldwide.
This is a 6-month, full time, 40 hours per week paid internship from January to June 2019. This internship is based at the Dassault Systèmes North American Headquarters located at 175 Wyman Street Waltham, MA 02451.
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What will your role be?
In this role, you will work with the Physics Development and Validation staff on the development, and validation and verification of commercial CFD software SIMULIA PowerFLOW, 3DS’s flagship CFD product.
You will receive training and be expected to become a proficient user of PowerFLOW, and its related pre- and post-analysis tools.
As a Physics Validation Intern (Aerospace), your responsibilities would include:
Providing assistance to the Physics Validation staff for various development and validation needs by performing numerical benchmarks and detailed data analysis, and report results in a timely manner.
Performing literature review on selected topics of interest for physics algorithm development, particularly for aerospace applications, and summarize findings.
Developing codes/scripts to automate simulations and data analysis.
Potentially expanding into other technical areas, depending on your ability and performance.
Your key success factors
Actively enrolled in a Master’s Degree or PhD program for the duration of the internship
Demonstrates background in Aerospace Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Physics, or related field.
Maintains a minimum cumulative GPA 3.0
Demonstrates strong understanding of the fundamentals of fluid dynamics and Heat Transfer. Knowledge of turbulence theory, turbulence modeling, and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is a plus.
Possesses experience in CFD applications of gas turbine thermodynamics or jet acoustic noise will be highly desirable.
Demonstrates familiar with Unix/Linux operating systems, with basic knowledge of shell scripting and python programming.
Possesses strong detail orientation, ability to handle multiple tasks/multiple projects simultaneously, able to work effectively in a fast-paced team environment.
Communicates effectively in English, orally and in writing.
Familiarity with OpenFOAM is a plus.