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for generations to come. Role Summary:
Analysis team is responsible for overall strength, dynamics and life of M601 and H80 turboprop engines, including rotating parts, structures and air foils. Trainee would be assigned with tasks related to new design, manufacturing support, test, qualification and field service. In this role you will work in cooperation with other functions to assure product meets all applicable design practices and regulatory requirements, including durability, performance, producibility and maintainability. Essential Responsibilities:
- Stress, vibration and life analysis of assigned components and systems, using FEM (Finite Element Method) and other techniques and tools;
- Development of test plans to measure stress, vibration and temperature, oversight of the test plans execution and post test data analysis;
- Support for engine certification programs, including preparation of Certification Reports to demonstrate product compliance with EASA CS-E legislation requirements;
- Evaluation of manufacturing non-conformance, and design change proposals, having influence on durability of components;
- Assuring all applicable design standards and requirements are met;
- Preparation of technical reports to document results and data;
- Communication and presentation of results to internal customers;
- Active cooperation and coordination on projects with other R&D teams and departments.
- Student in 3rd or 4th year of Master studies in Mechanical Engineering, or related disciplines (or equivalent in knowledge/experience);
- Familiarity with a Finite Element Method systems;
- Familiarity with hand calculations;
- Proficiency in MS Office.
- Good oral and written communication skills;
- Good interpersonal skills, team worker;
- Problem solving skills, and ability to work independently;
- Fluent English;
- Engagement and positive attitude;
- Ability to influence others and create cohesive groups.
Czech Republic; Prague