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Internship - Fall - Project Management, Digital Engine Services

  • Internship
    Starts on Sep 02
    Off-cycle Internship
  • Engineering
  • Mississauga
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  • You must be a Master's/PhD student in Engineering, enrolled in a Canadian university, with ANSYS CAD and meshing proficiency, strong communication skills, and knowledge of fluid mechanics, thermodynamics, heat transfer, and programming languages. Soot and radiation modeling experience is a bonus.
  • You will use ANSYS Fluent to run CFD simulations, establish thermal boundary conditions, explore various models, review experimental results, validate methodology, summarize findings, and document in reports.


  • Must haves:
  • Be eligible to work in Canada.
  • Be enrolled in a Canadian university throughout your internship.
  • Be able to work on-site in the province where you are hired if applicable.
  • Pursuing a Master/PhD degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, Chemical Engineering or Engineering Physics
  • Good oral and written communication skills
  • Ability to work independently as well as in teams.
  • Proficiency in ANSYS CAD tools (SpeceClaim and/or Design modeller and/or Discovery)
  • Proficiency in ANSYS mesh generators (Fluent mesher and/or ANSYS Workbench mesher)
  • Solid understanding of Fluid mechanics, Thermodynamics and Heat transfer
  • Exposure to soot and radiation modelling (considered an asset)
  • Basic understanding of programming language (C/C++, Python, MATLAB)


  • Use ANSYS Fluent to run combustion CFD simulations.
  • Establish a methodology for adequate thermal boundary condition implementation.
  • Explore various Turbulence, Combustion, Radiation and Fuel Spray models.
  • Review experimental results to understand measured variables and measurement locations.
  • Validate the established methodology through comparison with measurements.
  • Summarize and present findings.
  • Document the findings in reports.

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  • Health and wellness plan

    Medical, dental and vision plans provide coverage for both preventive and non-routine care. If you choose to participate in a health savings account, we also make a lump-sum contribution depending on your eligibility. Plus, we have a wellness program that rewards you for making healthy lifestyle choices.

  • Income and asset protection

    Various programs are available to protect your income in the event of a serious illness, injury or death. You can access disability coverage, life insurance for you and your family, accidental death and dismemberment insurance, and business travel accident insurance. Discounted home, auto, and property and casualty insurance are also available.

  • Work and life support

    It's important to us that you feel supported through life’s challenges. We offer a variety of flexible work arrangements and paid time off, as well as programs for dependent and adult care, family leave, college planning, counseling and personal convenience services.

  • Relocation assistance

    Relocating to a new city can be stressful. We offer relocation support for select technical positions to help make the transition seamless. See specific job descriptions to find out if this benefit is offered.

  • Tuition assistance

    We’re committed to supporting your lifelong learning. Through the Employee Scholar Program, you may be eligible for tuition, textbooks and selected academic fees for approved courses or degree programs that help advance your education.