The Complex Warheads Centre of Excellence is a coordinated team situated across sites in Stevenage, Bolton and Paris and their role is to:
The Stevenage based team primarily undertakes modelling of the missile terminal engagement, the target detection, warhead detonation and lethal performance prediction.
This is an outstanding opportunity to join a niche group of engineers with mixed skills, involved in assessing the lethal performance of various missile systems. The skills we utilise are not typical in academia and so joining the team presents an opportunity for you to develop skills in numerous aspects of missile lethality that you would not develop anywhere else!
With support and mentorship from the team’s engineers, you'll be involved in applying a bespoke set of modelling tools to evaluate and investigate the lethality of developing and future missile systems. Our in-house tools are principally fast running analytical models written in MATLAB; however, other tools ranging from CAD design software to complex finite element style hydrocodes.
Joining us will build your knowledge and enable you to apply an understanding of fuzing techniques, warhead technologies, lethal effects and lethality assessment modelling methods to various types of missile systems in development by MBDA.
You will be encouraged to work on your own or in a small team, with limited supervision, as required, on short tasks (typically a few weeks to a few months in duration).
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