Stress and Thermal Engineer
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Portsmouth, Hampshire, England
Senior Stress and Thermal Engineer
The successful candidate will perform structural & thermal analysis of payload components and equipment. You will analyse for performance against random vibration, thermoelastic and thermal environments to validate designs or propose new variants and work to established procedures & processes.
Specific Tasks to be undertaken
* Report findings in meetings and by written reports.
* Provide a detailed definition of all structural testing required to verify that the strength and stiffness requirements are met.
* Monitor these tests and write a test assessment report that demonstrates that requirements have been met and that the pre-test analysis was of sufficient accuracy.
* Provide support for in topology optimisation for the development metallic Additive Manufacturing products.
Qualifications and Skills
Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar, experience in NASTRAN
Trained/experience in FEMAP, TMG (Advance thermal, Flow), Trained/experience in optimisation for metallic AM, Non-linear analysis
Proficient in Finite Element Meshing and Analysis. Analysis of dynamic and thermoelastic problems. Thermal analysis experience.
Work in aerospace or other high technology industries. Knowledge of AM Design.
Should you be interested on this opportunity please contact Denise Simao on or on + Apply. Please note: You will be required to apply for and receive a DBS certificate prior to commencement of the contract.
The recruiter has stated that all applicants for this job should be able to prove they are legally entitled to work in the UK. Carbon60 is a trading name of Carbon60 Limited an Employment Business/Agency.
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- Full time
Posted 11 Oct 2018
Closes 10 Nov 2018
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