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Post Doctoral Position - FE Modelling

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Andy Crocombe <[log in to unmask]>

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Andy Crocombe <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 2 Mar 2007 14:18:14 +0000

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Apologies for any multiple postings

Please find details below of a post-doctoral position (developing damage 
modelling in FEA) that is available within the School of Engineering at the 
University of Surrey. Apologies for the early closing date. All enquiries 
welcome.

Combined fatigue and environmental damage in advanced adhesively bonded 
wing structures

Salary: 25633 - 31525 pa
subject to skills and experience


Applications are invited for a postdoctoral research fellow to work at the 
University of Surrey as part of a team investigating advanced wing design. 
Other partners in the team include Airbus UK, BAe Systems and Imperial 
College. The wing construction consists of novel laminated aluminium alloy 
skins of varying thickness bonded to monolithic aluminium alloy T 
stiffeners using structural aerospace film adhesives. Work at the 
University of Surrey will focus on the use of progressive damage finite 
element modelling to assess the structural integrity of the bonded 
connections in the presence of fluctuating loads and aggressive 
environments. Existing damage modelling procedures that have been developed 
at the University for fatigue and environmental damage acting in isolation 
will be extended and developed to accommodate the case of combined fatigue 
damage and environmental degradation

The successful applicant will have extensive non-linear structural FE 
modelling expertise, good computer programming skills and be familiar with 
mechanical testing of materials and materials science. Academic 
requirements include a good first degree and a PhD, both in a relevant 
engineering or related area. This is a fixed term position available for up 
to 28 months. 

Please contact Prof Crocombe ([log in to unmask]) for further details
Closing date for applications is 9th March 2007
To apply, please visit our website www.surrey.ac.uk or contact Hilary 
Mitchell on 01483 686283 or [log in to unmask] 

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