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PhD scholarship in experimental and modelling study of the composite pultrusion process for manufacturing of pre-fabricated elements for wind turbine blades

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The Section for Composites and Materials Mechanics, DTU Wind Energy, is seeking a PhD student for an experimental and modelling study of the composite pultrusion process for manufacturing of pre-fabricated elements for wind turbine blades. The PhD scholarship is part of the OPTI_MADE_BLADE project funded by the Innovation Fund Denmark. The project targets the development of design and manufacturing solutions for large (>70m) offshore wind turbine blades.

 In the assessment of the candidates, consideration will be given to:

  • Knowledge on polymer chemistry, specifically thermosetting resins used for composites. 
  • Experience in the use of thermal analysis techniques, e.g. DSC and DMA. 
  • Experience with development and application of cure kinetic models for composite materials with continuous fibres. 
  • Knowledge on the measurements and modelling of residual stresses in composites. 
  • Knowledge and experience in measurements and modelling of mechanical properties of composites. 
  • Good skills in analysis of experimental data and their use in model validation. 
  • Good collaborative skills. 
  • Ability to communicate at all levels such as the provision of scientific advice to industry. 
  • Good English speaking and writing skills

Read and apply: http://www.vindenergi.dtu.dk/Om_instituttet_tekst/Ledige-stillinger-paa-DTU-Vindenergi/job?id=10cc193a-9c1e-4995-9765-cfce6dff4c4b

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