SPACE MECHANICAL ENGINEERING INTERN #1
Internship subject: Definition of a concept of deployable nanosatellite.
Keywords: Satellite architecture, geometry, development, electrical, mechanical, thermal budget, origami
Within the development of our nanosatellite product lines, you are in charge of defining an architecture of deployable satellite with the aim of increasing satellite capabilities (electrical power, antenna gain…). Your first task consists in a literature review on the various current concepts of deployable appendages. Then you will have to set a target in terms of power, antenna gain, link budget, and to define and justify an architecture meeting such requirements.
The tasks to be performed are as follows:
- Literature review on deployable systems
- Definition of technical targets meeting market needs
- Architecture definition (CAD)
- Architecture justification (electrical, mechanical, thermal…).
You will redact a report detailing your scientific and technical approach.
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You have an engineering background. You are familiar with space mechanics, and mission analysis, and you like programming.
Education: Engineering school (ISAE, INSA, ENSAM, ENSEM, ENSMA, ENSPM…).
Language: Fluent English.
Requested qualities: Rigour, dynamism, initiative, ability to synthetize, proactivity.
Mrs Sandra MOREIRA – firstname.lastname@example.org