WHAT TO EXPECT
We are looking for an Electrothermal Analyst to join our Powertrain Units and Electrothermal Fluids team. You will be working as part of a team of simulation engineers using virtual techniques for simulating the electrothermal fluid systems within batteries, electric drive units and internal combustion engines.
As an Electrothermal Analyst, you will be responsible for applying computer-aided engineering techniques to electro fluid flow systems to validate and drive the design. CAE is an integral part of the unit product development process and requires robust and repeatable processes to support the digital development phase.
Key Accountabilities and Responsibilities
* Review CAD and feedback ahead of the virtual assessment
* Full battery analysis to understand how the battery performs against requirements
* Support and develop tools and techniques which enhance capability and improve quality and robustness of virtual models
* To support the department to prevent reoccurrence process and identify CAE failures whilst undertaking annual projects to resolve
WHAT YOU'LL NEED
As an Electrothermal Analyst, you will need previous experience and background in solving complex technical ideas and challenges. Previous exposure of batteries, electrical drive units and internal combustion component systems at level development is required, with the use of CAE to meet defined performance targets.
You will have good exposure to building, running and analysing data from computer models and different fluid systems. You will have strong experience in problem-solving, forward-thinking, being proactive with reporting and analysing data.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
* A good understanding of CAD is desirable
* Working knowledge and experience of ElectroThermal Fluid CAE methodologies
* Previous experience and background in solving complex technical ideas and challenges
* Competent use of Matlab, GT, Java and StarCCM+ is desirable but not essential