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Student Placement - Chemical Engineering

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Tokamak Energy

18d ago

🚀 Placement Program

Oxford

AI generated summary

  • You need to be studying Chemical Engineering with knowledge of computational and statistical analysis, motivated, a good communicator, and organized for this placement at Tokamak Energy.
  • You will develop databases, conduct literature reviews, troubleshoot design challenges, and gain a deep understanding of fusion fuel cycle modelling at Tokamak Energy.

Placement Program

EngineeringOxford

Description

  • Tokamak Energy are pleased to be offering a number of Summer placement opportunities to undergraduates who are studying a relevant degree and seeking experience within a commercial Fusion organisation. Our Summer placements offer a fantastic opportunity to work with highly talented individuals and teams, focusing on a focused project or series of small projects and tasks to support our mission and goals.
  • This opportunity will not only be a great way to apply some of your learnings from your studies, but also be part of a commercial Fusion working environment combining R&D with Programme delivery and learning to work in a collaborative and innovative workplace. You will have the opportunity to apply your skills and abilities within a variety of areas including communication, teamwork, project management and much more!

Overview of the chemical engineering placement:

  • You will be supporting the Reactor Fuel Modelling Specialist in developing a dynamic fusion fuel cycle model identifying useful metrics of performances and supporting the design of fuel cycle sub-systems whilst establishing the necessary databases to support the development of any models. Additionally, you will be involved with the definition of the key architecture of the fuel cycle and integration against reactor requirements.

Requirements

  • Studying a relevant Degree or Masters (Chemical Engineering)
  • Ideally some knowledge of computational modelling and statistical analysis
  • Ideally some knowledge of statistical analysis
  • Motivated and enthusiastic with ability to work independently
  • Good communication skills with ability to work collaboratively with team members
  • Good planning and organisation skills

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Masters

Area of Responsibilities

Engineering

Responsibilities

  • Development of appropriate databases to support the design of fuel cycle sub-systems and breeder blankets
  • Supporting the selection of an appropriate package for modelling vacuum systems and tracking sensitivity across the model
  • Conducting desktop literature reviews to source appropriate data on hydrogenic & hydrogen isotopologues species physical properties
  • Working closely with the Reactor Fuel Modelling Specialist to troubleshoot key architectural design challenges and driving understanding through metrics of performance
  • Through this opportunity you will learn and gain an understanding of:
  • The intricacies of modelling a fusion fuel cycle and the challenges associated with a commercial scale fuel cycle.
  • Design and development of major fuel cycle process sub-systems and considerations around scale up.
  • Development of high-level process flow diagrams and mass and energy balances
  • Requirements definition and bounding conditions for system design.
  • Modelling from first principals to understand key phenomena effecting the design of major fuel cycle sub-systems.

Details

Work type

Full time

Work mode

office

Location

Oxford

Benefits

  • Fusion Industry experience.
  • Be part of a dynamic team and collaborate with experts in field.
  • 5 days holiday.
  • Competitive pay.

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