Intitulé de l'offre : Postdoctoral Position (M/F, 18 months) Non-contact Three-Dimensional Measurements at an Extruder Outlet (H/F)
Référence : UMR6602-BENBLA-001
Nombre de Postes : 1
Lieu de travail : AUBIERE
Date de publication : mardi 13 février 2024
Type de contrat : CDD Scientifique
Durée du contrat : 18 mois
Date d'embauche prévue : 1 avril 2024
Quotité de travail : Temps complet
Rémunération : Between 2,905 € and 3,331 € monthly gross
Niveau d'études souhaité : Niveau 8 - (Doctorat)
Expérience souhaitée : Indifférent
Section(s) CN : Material and structural engineering, solid mechanics, biomechanics, acoustics
This postdoctoral project is part of the MaDiGo project, which aims to develop measurement and characterization tools for rubber throughout the tire manufacturing process. Specifically, this project will focus on a particular stage where the rubber is shaped by extrusion. The project aims to develop a tool based on stereovision to measure the 3D shape of the extrudates in the initial millimeters following the extruder nozzle exit. This involves equipping a research prototype extruder with various optical means (cameras, projectors, lights) to capture and analyze the surface deformations of the extrudate throughout the process. The project addresses the challenges of understanding post-extrusion relaxation phenomena and contributes to improving material behavior models.
• Developing and equiping an extruder with advanced optical means.
• Reconstructing the topography of the extrudate at the extruder outlet.
• Analyzing data to understand post-extrusion relaxation phenomena.
• Collaborating with the research team and industrial partners, particularly Michelin.
• Ph.D. in mechanical engineering, applied physics, or related fields.
• Experience in stereovision and image processing.
• Skills in modeling and numerical simulation.
• Ability to work independently and in a team.
• Proficiency in English and/or French.
Contexte de travail
The "Experimental Mechanics" (EM) team of the M3G axis at the Institute Pascal, comprising X. Balandraud, B. Blaysat, M. Grédiac, and T. Jailin, is recognized for its expertise in developing and using advanced test and measurement methods in experimental mechanics. The team aims to enrich knowledge on the thermomechanical behavior of materials and structures in real-life situations and to propose and validate increasingly sophisticated models describing their behavior. The postdoctoral researcher will join this dynamic team, contributing to multidisciplinary efforts in experimental and numerical mechanics.