Research & Development (Propellant) Internship in Mumbai at Manastu Space Technologies
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Research & Development (Propellant)
Start Date
Starts immediatelyImmediately
Duration
6 Months
Stipend
7500 /month
Apply By
8 Sep' 21
The hiring for this internship will be online and the company will provide work from home/ deferred joining till current COVID-19 situation improves
Internship with job offer
Internship with job offer
170 applicants
About Manastu Space Technologies
We believe that due to limited resources on the planet, there is a need to look out for an alternative to solve our problems and that another side is space. This option is viable only if we have low-cost and sustainable access to space. Manastu Space is working with the exact vision of reducing the cost of access to space.

At Manastu Space Technologies, we are working on the concept of monopropellant thruster based on hydrogen peroxide: 30% higher specific impulse and 40 times less toxic (non-carcinogenic) as compared to regular hydrazine-based mono-propellant thrusters, which can hence be a potential green alternative to the current monopropellant propulsion technology.

The key areas in which we are currently working on are the development of a high-temperature catalyst bed that goes into the combustion chamber and facilitates combustion. The catalyst development entails the development of high-temperature ceramics & coating of ceramic with active metal nanoparticles.
Activity on Internshala
Hiring since November 2017
31 opportunities posted
25 candidates hired
About the internship
Selected Intern's Day-To-Day Responsibilities Include:

1. Handling propellant according to international standards
2. Planning and executing several propellant storability', propellant purification', and hazard classification' experiments based on literature
3. Understanding the decomposition mechanism of the propellant while in storage condition
4. Designing, manufacturing, and handling the procurement of setups for experiments related to propellant storability' and hazard classification'
5. Testing different propellant formulations using methods such as titration, UV spectroscopy, GC, HPLC, Fourier-Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) with liquid cell/ATR configuration, and elemental analysis like ICP-AES, MP-AES, etc.
Who can apply

Only those candidates can apply who:

1. are available for full time (in-office) internship

2. can start the internship between 26th Aug'21 and 30th Sep'21

3. are available for duration of 6 months

4. have relevant skills and interests

Other requirements

1. Must have done bachelor/masters in chemistry, analytical chemistry, or chemical engineering (degree is not a compulsion but enthusiasm and equivalent knowledge is)

Perks
Certificate Letter of recommendation Flexible work hours Informal dress code Job offer
Additional Information

Job offer: On successful conversion to a permanent employee, the candidate can expect a salary of Rs. 3 to 5 Lac/annum

One key component of any propulsion system is the propellant which burns into the combustion chamber and produces thrust. The propellant for a satellite is qualified for storage for the entire life term of the satellite. These qualifications involve testing the stability of the propellant across various temperature and pressure variations with different storage materials.

At Manastu Space, we are currently looking for a Propellant Development Intern to be the supportive force that empowers our strong technical know-how.

Number of openings
2