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► Graduate (Ph.D. /M.S.) Student Positions in Mine Ventilation, Mining Engineering and Management, South Dakota School of Mines
   31 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12077
TitleGraduate (Ph.D. /M.S.) Student Positions in Mine Ventilation
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerMining Engineering and Management, South Dakota School of Mines
LocationUnited States, South Dakota, Rapid City
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
There are three competitively funded Ph.D./M.S. research assistantships 



available in numerical modeling of mine ventilation. Successful applicants 



would have strong background and interest in mining engineering and closely 



related fields. They are expected to be knowledgeable or have interests on the 



topics including but not limited to underground mining methods (block caving), 



caving mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, and numerical modeling.  



Interest in fluid mechanics, mine ventilation and rock mechanics is essential. 



Working experience with the software packages such as FLAC/FLAC3D, and 



FLUENT/SC Tetra (CFD) is a plus. The candidates must have a degree (B.S. and/or 



M.S.) in mining engineering or related engineering fields (Mechanical 



Engineering, Geological Engineering). Depending on the students' background and 



interests, he/she will be requested to apply to the Mining, Mechanical, or 



Geological Engineering program, which will serve as his/her home department. 



The students are expected to publish in peer-reviewed journals. To apply, 



please e-mail your CV, unofficial transcripts including GRE scores, letter of 



interest, and names and contact information of three references directly to Dr. 



Purushotham Tukkaraja, Assistant Professor of Mining Engineering, at the 



address: PT@sdsmt.edu. Additional application materials will be required of 



applicants selected for these positions.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12077 when responding to this ad.
NamePurushotham Tukkaraja
EmailPT@sdsmt.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone605-394-1267
Fax605-394-2242
URLhttp://www.sdsmt.edu/Academics/Departments/Mining-Engineering-and-Management/Mining-Engineering-and-Management/
Address501 East Saint Joseph Street
Rapid City, South Dakota 57701
Record Data:
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► CAE-Ingenieur (w/m) Schwerpunkt Hochfrequenztechnik, ANSYS Germany GmbH
   31 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12076
TitleCAE-Ingenieur (w/m) Schwerpunkt Hochfrequenztechnik
CategoryContract Work
EmployerANSYS Germany GmbH
LocationGermany, Bavaria, Otterfing
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure Date* None *
Description:
ANSYS ist weltweit führender Anbieter von Simulationssoftware und
Simulationstechnologien mit über 2.600 Mitarbeitern an mehr als 75 Standorten
und einem Netzwerk von Vertriebspartnern in über 40 Ländern. Mehr als 160
Mitarbeiter an den Standorten Darmstadt, Otterfing und Hannover arbeiten an
innovativen Lösungen für Kunden aus nahezu allen Industriebereichen. Damit
werden Produktentwicklungszyklen optimiert und die Designsicherheit erhöht.

Zur Verstärkung unseres Teams suchen wir zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt einen
engagierten

CAE-Ingenieur (w/m)
Schwerpunkt Hochfrequenztechnik
in Otterfing (bei München)

Ihre Aufgabe besteht in der technischen Betreuung und Beratung unserer Kunden im
Bereich der Simulation von Hochfrequenztechnik(HF), Signalintegrität und
elektromagnetischen Verträglichkeit (EMV) sowie in der Unterstützung unseres
Vertriebs als fachlicher Experte. In dieser Position arbeiten Sie vorwiegend mit
der AnsysEMSuite 15 (HFSS, SIwave, Designer).

Die Schwerpunkte der Tätigkeit sind:

- Kundenberatung und -unterstützung bei der Anwendung von ANSYS-Softwareprodukten
- Ausbildung und Training unserer Kunden zur Nutzung von ANSYS-Softwareprodukten
- Unterstützung des Vertriebsteams durch Demonstrationsberechnungen und deren
Präsentation bei Kunden
- Tiefes Verständnis der Kundenanforderungen und Kundenprozesse
- Konzeption, Einsatz und Demonstration neuer und innovativer Simulationsprozesse
- Beitrag zur Verbesserung der Infrastruktur und der Effizienz des Customer Supports
- Zusammenarbeit mit der Produktentwicklung zur kundenorientierten 

Weiterentwicklung der ANSYSSoftwareprodukte Anforderungen:

- Hochschulabschluss in dem Fach Elektrotechnik oder Physik mit Schwerpunkt
Hochfrequenztechnik oder eine vergleichbare Ausbildung
- Erfahrung mit Simulationssoftware in den Bereichen Hochfrequenztechnik,
Signalintegrität, elektromagnetische Verträglichkeit oder Power Integrity (wie
z.B. HFSS, Designer, SIwave)
- Ausgeprägte Serviceorientierung und Kundennähe
- Problemlösungskompetenz

Wir wünschen uns Teamplayer mit großem Engagement und hohem Qualitätsanspruch.
Ebenso sind Kommunikationsstärke, Präsentationssicherheit und
Projektmanagement-kenntnisse wesentliche Voraussetzungen für diese Position.
Sehr gute Deutsch- und Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift sind ein Muss,
weitere Fremdsprachen von Vorteil.

Wir bieten:

Wir bieten Ihnen eine abwechslungsreiche und anspruchsvolle Tätigkeit in einem
internationalen, zukunftsorientierten und stark wachsenden Unternehmen. Wenn Sie
gerne in engem Kontakt mit renommierten Kunden stehen und neueste technische
Innovationen begleiten wollen dann bewerben Sie sich!

Wir freuen uns auf Ihre Bewerbungsunterlagen mit Angabe Ihrer
Gehaltsvorstellung und des frühestmöglichen Eintrittstermins.

ANSYS Germany GmbH
Human Resources
E-Mail: jobs-germany@ansys.com
Staudenfeldweg 20
83624 Otterfing
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12076 when responding to this ad.
NameInge Kleinert
Emailjobs-germany@ansys.com
Email ApplicationYes
Phone-
Fax-
URLhttp://www.ansys.com/de_de/Jobangebote
Addressjobs-germany@ansys.com
Record Data:
Last Modified09:46:33, Thursday, July 31, 2014

► 2 PhD scholarships in modelling fluid flows in porous media , University of Strathclyde, James Weir Fluids Laboratory
   31 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12075
Title2 PhD scholarships in modelling fluid flows in porous media
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerUniversity of Strathclyde, James Weir Fluids Laboratory
LocationUnited Kingdom, Glasgow
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
The James Weir Fluids Laboratory (www.jwfl.org.uk) is an acknowledged UK centre for fluid dynamics 
research, with regular international industrial and academic visitors, and forms a highly supportive local 
research environment for its postgraduate students. JWFL exists to explore the fundamental flow 
physics that facilitates new fluids technologies underpinning energy, sustainability, nanotechnology, 
health, and transport. To do this, we have developed simulation tools to enable researchers and 
industry to test new concepts, products and designs; we have experimental platforms for microfluidics 
and rheology; and we are skilled in industrial computational fluid dynamics including molecular 
dynamics and kinetic methods on local and national high-performance computers.
Currently, the James Weir Fluids Laboratory offers 2 fully-funded PhD Scholarships to work on 
enhancing oil/gas recovery rate: developing a computational tool to predict oil/gas flows in porous 
media. While both will work on pore-scale study of oil/gas flows through image-based computational 
simulations, one will focus on oil/water multiphase flows and the other on unconventional gases. The 
research work is directly linked to the newly launched Strathclyde Oil/Gas Institute 
(http://www.strath.ac.uk/oilandgas/). We also collaborate with Institute of Petroleum Engineering of 
Heriot-Watt University and STFC Daresbury Laboratory on these projects. If you would like to know more 
about the projects, please contact Prof Yonghao Zhang (yonghao.zhang@strath.ac.uk).  

These projects offer outstanding opportunities for professional development of the PhD students in an 
international setting. The successful candidates will become experts in modelling of flow systems and 
scientific computing. These skills will equip him/her well for engineering fluid dynamics in the growing 
oil/gas, water and transport industries.
Student eligibility: Applicants should have a 1st or 2:1 degree or equivalent in engineering, physics, 
applied mathematics or related areas, with a background in fluid mechanics. The annual stipend is 
£13,726 per year (tax free) for 3 years, with all other PhD fees paid. Start dates are by arrangement, 
ideally as soon as possible. For the applicants outside of EU, these scholarships do not provide overseas 
fee, which is about £11,900 per year.
How to apply: Please send a full Curriculum Vitae with the contact details of at least two academic 
referees, by email to Prof Zhang yonghao.zhang@strath.ac.uk. In the application letter, please state why 
you are applying for these Scholarships and which project(s) you are interested in. We will deal with 
applications as soon as possible until the posts are filled. 

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12075 when responding to this ad.
NameProf Yonghao Zhang
Emailyonghao.zhang@strath.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.jwfl.org.uk/
AddressProfessor Yonghao Zhang
Director, James Weir Fluids Laboratory
Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
James Weir Building (Level 8)
University of Strathclyde
Glasgow G1 1XJ, UK
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Last Modified05:54:15, Thursday, July 31, 2014

► Research Fellow in Façade Fire Modelling, University of Warwick
   31 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12074
TitleResearch Fellow in Façade Fire Modelling
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerUniversity of Warwick
LocationUnited Kingdom, Coventry
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, August 08, 2014
Description:
Applications are invited to be the named Fellow in a grant application for a 
two-year fixed term post as Senior Research Fellow at Warwick FIRE, a multi-
disciplinary research laboratory for numerical simulations of accidental 
release, fire and explosions.  You will be notified by 8 August this month if 
you have been selected to join the application while the outcome of the 
application is expected to be announced in November this year with the 
successful Fellow to start in Spring 2014.  
Fire safety of façades is a challenge for the society as fire growth through 
spreading up the façade of high-rise buildings can lead to catastrophic loss of 
life and property. With the increasing use of combustible materials in façade 
to raise energy performance of buildings and the development of new type of 
façades for example ventilated façade, fire safety of façade is becoming an 
important growing issue. The proposed Fellowship is aimed at investigating 
numerically (taking advantage of past experimental and analytical study) the 
behaviour of flames ejected from enclosure fires in external facades and other 
vertical spaces such as atrium, void spaces and staircases. Full understanding 
of such external flame behaviour requires insight of the combustion within the 
enclosure. Hence the scope of the research includes enclosure fires to 
characterise the ejected flames as well as fire growth in facades. The 
numerical simulations will be conducted using FireFOAM, which is an LES based 
fire simulation code within the frame of open source CFD code OpenFOAM.
	You should hold a PhD (or be expecting the imminent award of one) in 
mechanical, chemical engineering or a related discipline and have some 
experience in turbulence or combustion modelling, but very importantly has the 
enthusiasm for fire research and have good journal publications in related 
subject areas to make your application competitive. If successful, the 
Fellowship carries very competitive salary plus tax free mobility allowance. To 
qualify for the grant application, you should be from outside the United 
Kingdom. 


Informal enquiries may be made to: Professor Jennifer Wen, 
jennifer.wen@warwick.ac.uk. Further information about ongoing research 
activities at Warwick FIRE can be found at 
http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/sci/eng/people/bio/?tag=jxw

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12074 when responding to this ad.
NameJ Wen
Emailjennifer.wen@warwick.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
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Last Modified05:13:32, Thursday, July 31, 2014

► Large Eddy Simulation of complex compressible flows, City University London
   31 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12073
TitleLarge Eddy Simulation of complex compressible flows
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerCity University London
LocationUnited Kingdom, London
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, September 10, 2014
Description:
The PhD thesis subject will focus on adapting existing numerical tools (developed by our research team) to 
a compressible Navier Stokes solver. The aim is to develop a robust code able to deal with DNS and LES of 
compressible flows in complex geometries. The research focus of the second part of the thesis will be on 
the study of turbulent flows around turbine blades. This task will be carried out concurrently with a set of 
twin experiments carried out at City University concerning improved film cooling and secondary flow 
manipulation. 

The successful candidate should have: i) a master degree in an area related to
science or engineering, ii) capability of interacting with the laboratory research team. Experience in
numerical analysis, parallel programming (MPI), fortran and/or C is welcome.

The fully funded PhD studentship is for three years starting in autumn.
The scholarship will cover tuition fees and a tax-free maintenance grant of about £13,000 per year.
International applications are welcome, but preference will be given to UK/EU citizens.

Applicants must meet the University’s English language entry requirements.
Formal applications must include a cover letter, a short CV and at least the names of two references.
Applications can be emailed (make sure to clearly state in the subject "PhD compressible LES") to the
contact person indicated below. Formal inquiries are also welcome.
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12073 when responding to this ad.
NameAlfredo Pinelli
Emailalfredo.pinelli.1@city.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.city.ac.uk
Record Data:
Last Modified05:05:22, Thursday, July 31, 2014

► Research Fellow, University of Warwick
   31 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12046
TitleResearch Fellow
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerUniversity of Warwick
LocationUnited Kingdom, Coventry
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, August 31, 2014
Description:
A Research Fellow position is available in the School of Engineering at 
University of Warwick, United Kingdom. The purpose of the Fellowship is 
twofold. Initially the fellow is expected to contribute to an existing project 
by conducting large eddy simulation of premixed syngas flames using open source 
computational fluid dynamics (CFD) code OpenFOAM until September 2015. 
Following that, the fellow will work on Warwick’s part of joint project 
on “Integrated safety strategies for on-board hydrogen storage systems”. The 
collaborative project between three institutions aims to develop novel safety 
strategies and engineering solutions to increase the fire resistance of onboard 
hydrogen storage systems. Key activities at Warwick will include hazards 
identification and associated risk assessment, consequence analysis of 
potential fires in hydrogen fuel cell vehicles as well as fire attacks from 
adjacent vehicles (including gasoline vehicles) and finite element analysis of 
tank response in fire environment. The Fellow will need to work in close 
collaboration with fellow researchers based at partner institutions and other 
industrial and academic collaborators of the consortium.  

The applicants should have a PhD in numerical combustion and experience in CFD 
code development for combustion applications. Experience with OpenFOAM and 
finite element analysis is desirable but not essential. 

Salary range: £30 to £37K. 

To apply, please visit the official advertisement on the university's web site 
and following the instruction  there.

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Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12046 when responding to this ad.
NameJennifer Wen
Emailjennifer.wen@warwick.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
Phone(+)447796707950
URLwww.warwick.ac.uk/warwickfire
AddressSchool of Engineering
University of Warwick
Coventry
CV4 7AL, UK
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Last Modified05:00:38, Thursday, July 31, 2014

► Research Fellow, Monash University
   31 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12072
TitleResearch Fellow
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerMonash University
LocationAustralia, Victoria, Melbourne
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, August 18, 2014
Description:
•	Brilliant minds pursuing excellence







•	Great employee incentives and workplace flexibility







•	Clayton campus







If you're after a brilliant career, Monash University can help make it happen.  



With leading academics and world-class resources, combined with a ranking in 



the top 100 universities worldwide, we offer all you need to build a brighter 



future.















The Opportunity















The Computational Mechanics Laboratory in the Department of Mechanical and 



Aerospace Engineering is seeking to appoint a suitably qualified and 



enthusiastic Research Fellow to work as part of a highly motivated team located 



at Clayton campus. As the Research Fellow, you will be involved in continuing 



to build the department's reputation for excellence in research.















Additionally, you will:







•	have a PhD qualification from a recognised university in the field of 



mechanical or ocean engineering with significant experience in computational 



fluid dynamics modelling (ideally using Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics)







•	have a good knowledge of programming in a high level language such as 



Fortran90, C or C++







•	collaborate with experimental and modelling colleagues at other 



laboratories including CSIRO (Australia) and IITB (India)







•	conduct outstanding research and produce high-quality research outcomes







•	take an active role in maintaining research innovation in the group







•	contribute to the supervision of Final Year Project and Postgraduate 



students where applicable.















Excellent organisational skills, including manuscript preparation and ability 



to make a good impression on other research staff will be essential to your 



success. If you believe you fit the requirements for this role, we welcome your 



application.















This role is a full-time position; however, flexible working arrangements may 



be negotiated.















The position is expected to be taken up no later than September 2014.







Appointment will be made at a level appropriate to the successful applicant's 



qualifications, experience and in accordance with classification standards for 



each level. 















Applications







To view detailed Position Descriptions and to submit an application, please 



visit:







http://www.monash.edu.au/jobs/







Enter ‘522910’ in the search field and click Go.








Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12072 when responding to this ad.
NameProfessor Murray Rudman
Emailmurray.rudman@monash.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Phone+61 3-9902 4627
URLhttp://www.monash.edu.au/jobs/
AddressNote: email applications only to http://www.monash.edu.au/jobs/
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► CFD Analysis, CFD analysis
   30 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12071
TitleCFD Analysis
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerCFD analysis
LocationIndia, Maharashtra, Pune
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Dear Sir,
This is sagar shinde. I have completed my M.Tech (CAD/CAM) from VIT, Chennai 
campus along with bachelors in mechanical discipline seeking for job openings in 
computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Numerical analysis in concern with CFD 
applications like Fluid industries (Pumps, compressors,Turbines, washing machines, 
refrigeratory systems etc) as well as Thermal-heat power industries and aerospace 
industries on the basis of problem statement. Let me know any job vacancies in 
your organization or any other concern. Here, i have attached my resume version. 
Please find attachment.
Your favor will raise my devotion on work. Good Day.
Thanks and regards,
Sagar Baburao Shinde
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12071 when responding to this ad.
Namebaburao
Emailshinde9700@gmail.com
Email ApplicationYes
Phone919970039933
AddressAddress: Swapn society, sector no.-21, scheme no.-11, building no.-5, flat no.-16 yamunanagar, nigadi. Dist- Pune, 411044.
Maharashtra,India
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► Student Asisstant, BAM Berlin
   30 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12069
TitleStudent Asisstant
CategoryContract Work
EmployerBAM Berlin
LocationGermany, Berlin, Berlin
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, September 01, 2014
Description:
I am looking for a research (student) assistant (Studentische Hilfskraft) to work
on advanced simulation tools like Fluid Structure Interactions (FSI) using
commecial code ANSYS. The contract will be for six months with a possibilty of
extension.

The ideal candidate should be a student of any of the German university
preferably from mechanical/aerospace/chemical discipline with a fluid mechanics
and heat transfer backgrounnd and should have little prior exposure of CFD/FEM
modelling using ANSYS. 

****ONLY APPLICATIONS FROM THE STUDENTS OF GERMAN UNIVERSITY WILL BE
CONSIDERED****
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12069 when responding to this ad.
NameDr.-Ing Kirti Bhushan Mishra
Emailkirti-bhushan.mishra@bam.de
Email ApplicationYes
Phone+493081044453
Record Data:
Last Modified08:35:57, Wednesday, July 30, 2014

► Modelling and Design of Droplet Separator, University of Strathclyde
   30 Jul, 2014 
Job Record #12070
TitleModelling and Design of Droplet Separator
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerUniversity of Strathclyde
LocationUnited Kingdom, Scotland, Glasgow
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, August 31, 2014
Description:
The removal of oil in refrigeration systems is essential to ensure the 
satisfactory operation of the heat exchange equipment. This is primarily done 
by oil separators where the main mechanisms are by impact  removal , cyclonic 
and by coalescence. Coalescence removal can remove at sub micron size droplets 
using filter type cartridges, however they require maintenance and can impose 
significant pressure drop compared to the other methods. This project is about 
modelling the droplet flow processes in separators to increase the droplet size 
range for the low pressure drop removal. The project is CFD based and will 
involve experimental work on separator testing.

Previous work at Strathclyde (Brown PhD 2010-2013) has applied Euler- Lagrange 
methods and established experimental approaches to determine the prediction and 
performance of Cyclonic type separators. These systems have been shown to 
separate down to 5 micron size droplets. However, the greater use of CO2 based 
refrigeration systems at higher pressures generate smaller droplet conditions 
requiring better performing separators. In the proposed PhD programme 
alternative hybrid cyclonic /coalescence methods will be investigated as will 
an initial investigation into electrostatic separation methods with the 
intention of developing CFD based methods to model the droplet/gas flows to act 
as a design tool to investigate improved separator design.

Applicants should have a degree in Engineering/Applied Physics at an upper level

The position provides funding of £16K/per year stipend and tuition fees and is 
open to applicants from the UK and EU
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #12070 when responding to this ad.
NameWilliam Dempster
Emailwilliam.dempster@strath.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
Phone0141 548 2044
AddressDr William Dempster
Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
University of Strathclyde
JW 815e James Weir Building
76 Montrose St Glasgow G1 1XJ 
Record Data:
Last Modified08:34:30, Wednesday, July 30, 2014

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