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Internship - Study additive manufactured bulk metallic glass material for the oil and gas industry

Clamart - France

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Job title:

Study additive manufactured bulk metallic glass material for the oil and gas industry

Location:

Clamart, France

Scope of the internship:

Unlike conventional metals, which solidify as they cool from the melt and form a crystalline structure that shows up in regular lattices, amorphous structures are formed by cooling the molten metal sufficiently quickly while avoiding crystallization. This structure has the advantage of lacking the grain and phase boundaries that conventional metals have. Without these weak points, the material is exceptionally corrosion resistant. In addition, as mentioned earlier, metallic glasses combine properties that were previously mutually exclusive. They have a higher strength than conventional steel and a higher elasticity than spring steel. At the same time, they are highly resistant to abrasion and wear. Amorphous alloys have the ability to absorb and release large amounts of energy, which make them exceptionally elastic.

Responsibilities:

  • Study of state of the art in the field of additive manufactured Bulk Metallic Glass Materials
  • Analyze the physical phenomena of stress corrosion cracking
  • Microscopic and Macroscopic experimental characterizations on test specimens produced with additive manufacturing

 

Skills required:

  • Good understanding of physical and mechanical metallurgy
  • Good level of English

 

Internship - Study additive manufactured bulk metallic glass material for the oil and gas industry
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