Student (m/f/d) in Aerospace Engineering for a term paper or a Master Thesis
- You will conduct a literature research on boundary layer ingestion with a focus on boundary layer theory, momentum deficit and the boundary layer shape factor
- Based on existing semi-empirical methods, you will develop a methodology to predict the momentum deficit development along fuselages
- You will use Computational Fluid Dynamics (OpenFOAM and MSES) to validate the developed method with results of numerical simulations
- You will estimate the momentum recovery potential for fuselages of commercial regional, short and long range aircraft
- You are an enrolled university student in Aerospace Engineering, Computational Science and Engineering or a related field
- You have experience in aerospace engineering and aerospace
- You have basic experience in computational fluid dynamics (e.g. OpenFOAM) and Linux
- Self-reliance, reliability and a high level of self-organization are among your strengths
- You thrive in a connected team environment and are eager to improve
- You possess a high level of spoken and written English
The future of
flying starts with us.
And with you.
Re-think the way we fly. In an international
think tank, at the highest professional level.
With experts from various disciplines that come
together in fascinating ways. Ready to always
improve on the good, to think beyond the beaten
path, constantly asking questions – and thereby
challenge the pioneering spirit anew every day.
In a young, modern working environment
with open ears and doors.
That’s who we are, Bauhaus Luftfahrt in Taufkirchen near Munich: around 50 colleagues whose work is backed by the four aviation companies, Airbus, IABG, Liebherr-Aerospace and MTU Aero Engines as well as the Free State of Bavaria. We investigate the future of mobility, particularly the long-term development of aviation. In doing so, we take into account technical, economic, social and ecological aspects equally.
Our benefits package encompasses a familyfriendly flexitime agreement, an attractive salary package in the public tariff system with company pension provision and a range of health programmes.