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Dec 6 / Carmen Gamlin

Computational Fluid Dynamics Engineer for Master’s Level Students – Apply today!

Summary:

  • The Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) engineer provides expertise and technical leadership in the design of systems involving momentum, energy, and mass transport.
  • Perform Vehicle level CFD simulations to support Aero/Thermal Development and Assessment including aerodynamics, engine cooling & thermal protection.
  • Work on future vehicle programs with a focus on process efficiency and innovation.
  • Pro-actively develop and carry out CFD simulations for new programs based on vehicle content and functional objectives.
  • Work closely with Thermal Integration engineers and release groups to communicate simulation results and implement design improvements.
  • Prepare high quality presentations to communicate simulation results and design recommendations to design studio and release groups.
  • Ensure CFD model validity and correlation on a continuous basis.
  • Make design changes to demonstrate benefits and also do multiple ‘what if’ simulations to guide the design teams.
  • Fully engage in vehicle development activity and proactively take ownership of simulation activity to best guide the design team.
  • Work with off shore teams as needed to execute projects.
  • Must possess strong communication and interpersonal skills.

 

Requirements:

  • Master’s Degree in Engineering
  • STAR-CD/STAR-CCM+EXA-Powerflow
  • Fluent ANSA Hypermesh

 

Jillian Dunn | Recruiter CDI Corporation

1960 Research Drive, Suite 200| Troy, MI 48083 | www.cdicorp.com

 

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