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Expert in Scientific Computation

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The postdoctoral intership is funded by the action 2 «Dynamique descontaminants» in the axis 3 «Chimie verte et préservation des ressources (eau,sol, biodiversité, carbone renouvelable)» of the ECONAT programme «gestiondurable des ECOsystèmes et des ressources NATurelles» (CPER 2015 – 2020). Oneobjective of the action 2 is to study the transport behavior of contaminants infractured limestone structures of the catchment area of Charente. In this action 2,we propose to develop numerical models, based on the Monte Carlo approach, forestimating the maximum dilution index Emax in heterogeneous porous andfractured media
Anthony BEAUDOIN - Contacter
Institut PPRIME -(UPR 3346 CNRS –ISAE-ENSMA –Université de Poitiers), Poitiers, France

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At the CNRS-Laboratory PPRIME, based at the Futuroscope, this post-doctorate position is part of the French ANR COWAVE program between the laboratories PRISME in Orleans, Pprime in Poitiers, LHEEA in Nantes and the PSA automotive industry. This Post-Doc position concerns the Pprime contribution to the COWAVE project which aims the experimental exploration of closed-loop wake control strategies with mobile flaps in a water tunnel facility. Three-dimensional bluff-body wakes generate pressure drag and side forces and thus contribute significantly to the fuel consumption and pollutant emission of road vehicles. Despite this crucial impact and the numerous attempts to reduce harmful environmental effect of bluff body wakes by flow control it is still unclear what is the most efficient control strategy! In this context, the ANR project COWAVE addresses two fundamental aspects of wake control: - First, what kind of actuators are most efficient? While most closed-loop control strategies use viscous entrainment effects to actuate the shear layers in the wake, the exploitation of pressure forces produced by mobile deflectors could be an interesting alternative to be tested. - Second, for the implementation of closed-loop control, we want to test if control strategies obtained by machine learning techniques allow to obtain better efficiency and robustness than the more classical model-based approaches? The proposed Post-Doc position is part of the French ANR COWAVE program between the laboratories PRISME in Orleans, Pprime in Poitiers, LHEEA in Nantes and the PSA automotive industry. This Post-Doc position concerns the Pprime contribution to the COWAVE project which aims the experimental exploration of closed-loop wake control strategies with mobile flaps in a water tunnel facility. APPLY Follow link / Application Deadline : 12 March 2021 https://bit.ly/3qDG6Ml