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Reference : UPR3346-NADMAA-013
Workplace : FUTUROSCOPE
Date of publication : Thursday, October 10, 2019
Type of Contract : FTC Scientist
Contract Period : 12 months
Expected date of employment : 1 April 2020
Proportion of work : Full time
Remuneration : 2617 € to 3729€ gross monthly salary according to experience
Desired level of education : PhD
Experience required : 1 to 4 years
At CNRS - PPRIME Laboratory - based at Futuroscope, the researcher recruited will participate, as part of the EU CLEANSKY 'DARETOMODEL' program,in a collaborative
project of jet noise modeling using hydrodynamic stability tools.
The researcher will lead a series of experiments including the measurement of turbulent jet pressure and velocity fields without and with the presence of a wing model in the vicinity, and without and with flying effects.
Specifically, the candidate will organize and carry out a series of experiments including the measurement of velocity fields, by pitot probe, hot wire and stereoscopic PIV, high rate, and hydrodynamic and acoustic pressure fields through antennas. microphones.
The researcher will use databases from experiments to :
1- validate numerical calculations (LES) that will be performed in
2- analyze the behavior of jets without and with flying effects and wing wings.
These analyzes will be carried out within the framework of linear stability, and the researcher will participate in a collaborative work that will aim to use experimental and numerical data for the development of modeling tools for jet dynamics and radiation associated acoustics.
- Knowledge of fluid mechanics
- Knowledge of aeroacoustics
- Knowledge of linear stability
- Programming skills in Matlab
- Signal processing skills
UPR 3346 "Institut Pprime" created on 1st January 2010 depends on INSIS CNRS as
an operator; INP is a secondary institute. A specific agreement recognizes the three institutions, CNRS (tutelle), University of Poitiers and ISAE-ENSMA (partners). The enrollment is around 600: 200 EC, 40 researchers, 100 ITA / IATOS, 180 doctoral students and 40 CDD.
The research work will be carried out within the D2-FTC,Fluids, Thermal and Combustion department, which corresponds to a continuum going from fluid mechanics, inert, anisothermic, reagents, to the effects related to
complementary physical properties of the thermal , combustion and detonation.
Constraints and risks
Short-term professional trips, in France and abroad, are to be planned.
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