|Salary:||Grade I = £34,304 to £38587 per annum & Grade J = £38,587 to £43,434 per annum|
|Placed On:||27th August 2021|
|Closes:||26th September 2021|
As part of the Composites University Technology Centre (UTC) at the University of Bristol, supported by Rolls-Royce, there is an exciting opportunity to join a world-class team conducting state of the art research for composite aircraft engine components. These components require complex geometries, fibre architectures and reinforcements both for aerodynamics and structural integrity.
What will you be doing?
One post is available, that will undertake the characterisation of the mechanical performance (static, impact and fatigue) of composite materials subject to hygrothermal ageing. In many cases the standard tests are not sufficient and so development of new methods may be required to investigate manufacturing and mechanical behaviour to generate applicable data. This project will run in close collaboration with researchers conducting numerical analysis, and high quality experimental work will be a crucial part of the process of understanding failure, required for model development and validation.
You should apply if
You will hold or have nearly completed a PhD in Engineering / Materials Science (or closely related discipline) and have good experience of composites manufacturing, characterisation and failure mechanisms.
For informal queries, please contact: Giuliano Allegri Giuliano.Allegri@bristol.ac.uk or Stephen Hallett
To find out more about what it's like to work in the Faculty of Engineering, and how the Faculty supports people to achieve their potential, please see our staff blog: https://engineeringincludesme.blogs.bristol.ac.uk/
We welcome applications from all members of our community and are particularly encouraging those from diverse groups, such as members of the LGBT+ and BAME communities, to join us.
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