Intern for Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling and simulation at TOYOTA

Intern for Computational Fluid Dynamics modelling and simulation

Posted Date 2 days ago(17/04/2019 08:40)
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Brussel (Zaventem)

Company Information

TOYOTA is one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers and a leading global corporation. Founded in 1937. Toyota now sells vehicles in 170 countries and employs over 300.000 people.
Based in Brussels, Belgium, and staffed by 2.700 people and more than 60 nationalities, Toyota Motor Europe (TME) handles the wholesale marketing of Toyota and Lexus vehicles, parts & accessories, and manages Toyota’s European R&D, manufacturing and engineering operations.
For Toyota, Quality is a way of life. Nothing is so good that it cannot be made better, that is why we strive for continuous improvement in everything we do. This basic principle for us is called: “KAIZEN” and is what guides us in our pursuit of best Quality and the delivery of unparalleled customer’s satisfaction.

Additional information:

Place of employment: Toyota European R&D Technical Centre in Zaventem (Belgium), Body Design Div.
Starting date: June 2019
Duration: 9-12 months
Confidentiality: Due to business requirement, not all performed projects can be reflected in the internship report. This issue needs to be discussed with candidate/school in advance.

Your Profile

Your profile:

  • Master student degree in Automotive/Aeronautical/Mechanical Engineering
  • Fluent in English, Good communication skills
  • CFD Software experience, Cati a V 5 knowledge preferred
  • Team work skills
  • Highly motivated and ready to accept challenges

You have a Toyota DNA, this means you:

  • Wish to develop and are ready to persevere in order to reach challenging targets
  • Seek facts before making recommendations or decisions
  • Have strong planning and organizing skills
  • Enjoy working in a team, respecting others
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Customer mindset

Your team and your responsibilities Toyota Motor Europe R&D Centre is responsible for:
  • Developing vehicles and making concept proposal for EU core models
  • Reflecting EU technology to Toyota Vehicles timely by utilizing location advantage and strong network with EU partners

Body Engineering 2 is a major division responsible for Planning & Design of Body parts for European Vehicles from concept phase to serial production. Exterior lighting development group is responsible for complete development of front lamps and rear lamps.

Your project:

To develop a tool and a methodology which can predict condensation in automotive lamps:
  • Identify which are the main factors causing condensation.
  • Identify how to simulate these factors the best way.
  • Prepare numerical CFD model (using Star CCM+). If needed, modify the code.
  • Run experiments with actual prototypes and proceed with correlation of the model.
  • Apply the findings on projects which are in development.


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