Stage - Optimisation des cavités rotor / stator d'une Turbine Haute Pression H/F

2019-09-17T09:26:19.563

Key information

Fluid Mechanics
Research, design and development
Student
moissy-cramayel , Ile De France, FRANCE
Internship / Student, Full-time, 6 mois
Master Degree
First experience
English Fluent
2019-76882

Job description

Au sein de la Direction Technique, vous intégrerez le bureau d'études Turbine Haute Pression.

Dans un milieu toujours plus concurrentiel, le bureau d'études a besoin de maîtriser au mieux les phénomènes thermiques mis en oeuvre dans les différentes cavités de la turbine dans le but de les optimiser.

L'objectif du stage sera de comparer les résultats donnés par différents types de modélisations (code 1D, Calculs Navier Stokes 2D ou 3D) et de proposer une optimisation géométriques de ces cavités.

Job requirements

De niveau BAC +5, le/la stagiaire devra démontrer des compétences en turbomachine, mécanique des fluides, échanges de chaleur.
Modélisation numérique Navier-Stokes.

Company information

Safran Aircraft Engines

Safran is an international high-technology group, operating in the aircraft propulsion and equipment, space and defense markets. Safran has a global presence, with more than 92,000 employees and sales of 21 billion euros in 2018. Working alone or in partnership, Safran holds world or European leadership positions in its core markets. Safran undertakes Research & Development programs to meet fast-changing market requirements, with total R&D expenditures of around 1.5 billion euros in 2018.

Safran is ranked among the Top 100 Global Innovators by Thomson Reuters and is featured on the "Happy at work" rankings. The Group places fourth on the Universum ranking for the favorite companies of newly-qualified engineers in France.


Safran Aircraft Engines designs, develops, manufactures and markets, either on its own or in collaboration with partners, engines for commercial and military aircraft, to the best levels of performance, reliability and environmental friendliness. Through CFM International (a 50:50 JV between Safran Aicraft Engines and GE), the company is also the world leader in short- and medium-haul aircraft propulsion systems.

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