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10 Feb 2017
Full-Time Lead Engineer
- The Lead engineer will work in the area of Fan & compressor design tools. He/She will develop turbo machinery design tools under the DSI framework for components like metal blades/ composite Blades, Blisk, and vanes and application of stress analysis and optimization.
- -Develop and support turbo machinery mechanical design tools.-Work collaboratively with development team, functional team in coming up with the project specifications (Process maps, software design, Implementation and testing/validation strategy).-Prompt response on design needs for production tool availability(e.g. Bug fixing, Training/Demo needs)-Execute the project by ensuring on-time delivery & adhering to GE internal processes-Effectively communicate with Design groups, development team members and Team manager to execute project plans (Risks, Strategy etc.)-Demonstrate in-depth technical expertise on the evaluation of structural assessment, standardization & Automation of design process and best practices using programming language, Finite Element Analysis, Optimization & Post processing-Follow and drive the rigor of documenting engineering processes and methods.-Create and drive Modular software Design which is easily extensible in future projects.-Review code with experts to ensure Best practices being followed and make suitable changes.
- -MTech / MS in Mechanical /Applied mechanics / Structures Engineering-5+ years of relevant experience on customizing the commercial CAD packages like UG and Ansys for the engineering applications.-Expertise in the FEA, vibration analysis and optimization methods.-Hands on experience in programming preferably using UG Advance simulation, Ansys APDL, C++-Excellent communication and presentation skills
- -Exposure to the turbomachinary blade mechanical design-Exposure to the customization of the engineering design process.-Exposure to Project management techniques.-Six Sigma GB certification-Hands on experience in programming using Fortran, Tcl/Tk
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