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Job Record #18935
TitleSimulation of under water explosions
CategoryDiploma Work
EmployerFraunhofer EMI - Group Computational Physics
LocationGermany, Freiburg im Breisgau
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Maser thesis: Underwater construction work for wind farms or the detonation of old 
munitions from the Second World War can generate pressure waves that harm 
underwater fauna and flora. Bubble curtains are currently used to dampen the 
pressure waves, but they are very expensive to operate. For this reason, the 
propagation of pressure waves in water and in the seabed and alternative 
possibilities for damping are scientifically investigated.
The Fraunhofer EMI is using the Apollo blast simulator, which is capable of 
modelling the propagation of pressure waves numerically. As part of the work, the 
code has to be extended with suitable models for underwater detonations and bubble 
Depending on your interest, the work can either focus on the damping of pressure 
waves in water by bubble curtains and other technologies or on the interaction of 
pressure waves in water with the seabed.
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NameDr. Thomas Zweigle
Email ApplicationNo
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