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► Stochastische Modellierung turbulenter Strömungen , BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg/LS Numerische Strömungs- und Gasdynamik
   25 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13597
TitleStochastische Modellierung turbulenter Strömungen
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerBTU Cottbus-Senftenberg/LS Numerische Strömungs- und Gasdynamik
LocationGermany, Cottbus
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Auf One Dimensional Turbulence (ODT) basierende stochastische Methoden sollen
zur Untersuchung von klassischen Grenzschichten eingesetzt werden. Z.B kann im
Rahmen eines dreijährigen Stipendiums die Beeinflussung der Strömung durch
Ausblasen und Absaugen analysiert werden. Der Effekt geladener Partikel und
elektrischer Felder könnten ebenso wie Wärmetransferaspekte alternativ
untersucht werden. 
 
Aufgabe:
Mit ODT und ODTLES sollen Simulationen zu verschiedensten Vermischungsvorgängen
in und außerhalb von Grenzschichten untersucht werden.

Voraussetzungen:
Diplom- oder Master-Abschluss aus den Bereichen Ingenieurwesen, Physik,
numerischer Mathematik  oder vergleichbar. Der Kandidat hat bereits solide
Programmiererfahrungen mit Fortran oder C++ und ist mit der Nutzung von Linux
und Python vertraut. Solide Präsentationsfähigkeiten auf Deutsch und Englisch
sind wünschenswert.

Was wir bieten:
- Ein Stipendium (monetär auf DFG-Niveau), welches in das neue Forschungscluster
der BTU, "Stochastische Methoden für Strömungs- und Transportvorgänge",
eingebettet ist.
- Eine interdisziplinäre Doppelbetreuung mit jährlicher Evaluierung.
- Ein Auslandsaufenthalt bei einer kollaborierenden Gruppe.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13597 when responding to this ad.
NameH. Schmidt
Emailheischmi@zedat.fu-berlin.de
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.b-tu.de/fg-stroemungsmodellierung/
Record Data:
Last Modified23:22:17, Saturday, June 25, 2016

► Postdoctoral Associate/Research Scientist, New York University Abu Dhabi
   24 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13596
TitlePostdoctoral Associate/Research Scientist
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerNew York University Abu Dhabi
LocationUnited Arab Emirates, Abu Dhabi
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
The Division of Engineering at New York University Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) is inviting applications for a 
multi-year fully funded Post-Doctoral Associate position.  Highly qualified candidates may also be 
considered for a Research Scientist position.

The terms of the position are highly attractive: competitive salary, flexible working environment, 
annual home-leave travel allowance, generous housing and relocation benefits, and educational 
subsidies for children.  

A qualified applicant must possess the following: 
•	A PhD in engineering, physics, applied mathematics, statistics, or related field (backgrounds in 
computational physics are particularly encouraged to apply). 	
•	Demonstrable knowledge in statistics, (linear and convex) optimization, and at least one of the 
following areas: (i) statistical mechanics, (ii) computational fluid dynamics (CFD), (iii) dynamic 
programming and optimal control, (iv) numerical methods for solving systems of differential equations 
(both ordinary and partial), (v) statistical tools for large datasets.
•	Hands-on experience in computer programming using one or more of the following tools: 
Matlab, Python, C/C++/C\#, and Java.  Experience with Mathematica, Maple, and/or R is a plus. 

In addition to the above, the following are desirable qualifications: 
•	experience with visualization tools for dynamical systems (e.g., CFD visualization tools), 
•	experience with geospatial analysis, and 
•	experience with traffic simulation tools (both developing new simulation tools and customizing 
commercial tools).  

To be considered, all applicants must submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae with full publication list, 
statement of research interests, one or two representative publications, and contact information for 
two references.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13596 when responding to this ad.
NameSaif Jabari
Emailsej7@nyu.edu
Email ApplicationYes
Record Data:
Last Modified12:59:21, Friday, June 24, 2016

► Research Engineer (Explosion and Fluid Dynamics) , Lloyd's Register Applied Technology Group
   23 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13594
TitleResearch Engineer (Explosion and Fluid Dynamics)
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerLloyd's Register Applied Technology Group
LocationCanada, Nova Scotia, Halifax
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Job Overview
Bring your software product development skills and knowledge of blast, 
multiphase flows, and computational fluid dynamics to our Research Engineer 
role and develop your career in a company that sets global standards for 
excellence. 

Inquisitive, dedicated engineers like you can reach your full potential with 
Lloyd’s Register Applied Technology Group. As experts in applying leading 
industry design and technology, we help ensure our clients achieve their 
goals and keep their assets safe. We provide multidisciplinary consulting 
services, engineering analysis software, and contract research services to 
clients in industry and government worldwide. With a reputation founded on 
the expertise of our people around the world, our technical knowledge is at 
the core of our business. This has given us the capability to deliver 
genuine innovation across diverse markets and apply tomorrow's technologies, 
today. Join our team at the Halifax, Nova Scotia office.

About the role
You’ll work with a team of high-performing engineers delivering innovative 
solutions to a range of client challenges, particularly in the areas of 
public safety, industry and defence. You’ll conduct research and product 
development activities relating to explosive blast, gas/dust explosions, 
multiphase flows, and compressible-flow computational fluid dynamics through 
application of new models and modification of existing codes. You will 
contribute to, and prepare, technical reports and scientific publications.

You will build relationships with internal and external clients, be hands on 
in assessing complex problems, and help build the business. Meanwhile, 
you’ll stay focused on your own Continuous Professional Development, 
actively seeking out opportunities to enhance your expertise and keep your 
skills fully up to date.

You will:
•	Have a Masters or PhD degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, 
or Aerospace)
•	Maintain registration as an Engineer-in-Training or 
Registered/Licensed Professional Engineer with Engineers Nova Scotia
•	Demonstrated research abilities in the development and application 
of CFD models in explosion/blast physics or a related area
•	Experience in multiphase flows and reacting media
•	Experience in engineering software product development, testing, and 
computer programming 
•	Have a background in numerical methods and numerical analysis
•	Working knowledge of Linux OS and experience in parallel/scientific 
computing
•	Be eligible for Personal Security Clearance with the Canadian 
Industrial Security Directorate
•	Actively participate in our safety management system to ensure safe 
working conditions for you, your co-workers, our clients, and the general 
public.

About us
Lloyd’s Register moves with the times. With 250+ years of industry-defining 
excellence behind us, we’re more committed than ever to meeting the 
challenge of setting today’s global standards of marine and public safety. 
Which is why we want innovators like you on board. After all, we believe in 
safety, not comfort zones. Prepare for fresh challenges every day, with more 
access to work that interests you personally and stretches you 
professionally. Join us to make more of your skills and do more of what you 
love.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13594 when responding to this ad.
NameSamantha Rockwell
Emailsamantha.rockwell@lr.org
Email ApplicationNo
URLhttps://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_lloydsregister/external/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=25336&localeCode=en-us
AddressLloyd’s Register Applied Technology Group

1888 Brunswick St.
Halifax, NS B3J 3J8
Canada
Record Data:
Last Modified16:57:01, Thursday, June 23, 2016

► Senior Research Engineer (Fluid Structure Interaction), Lloyd's Register - Applied Technology Group
   23 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13466
TitleSenior Research Engineer (Fluid Structure Interaction)
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerLloyd's Register - Applied Technology Group
LocationCanada, Nova Scotia, Halifax
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Bring your software product development skills and knowledge of finite 
element analysis and fluid-structure interaction to our Senior Research 
Engineer role and develop your career in a company that sets global 
standards for excellence. 
Inquisitive, dedicated engineers like you can reach your full potential with 
Lloyd’s Register Applied Technology Group. As experts in applying leading 
industry design and technology, we help ensure our clients achieve their 
goals and keep their assets safe. We provide multidisciplinary consulting 
services, engineering analysis software, and contract research services to 
clients in industry and government worldwide. With a reputation founded on 
the expertise of our people around the world, our technical knowledge is at 
the core of our business. This has given us the capability to deliver 
genuine innovation across diverse markets and apply tomorrow's technologies, 
today. Join our team at the Halifax, Nova Scotia office.

About the role
You’ll work with a team of high-performing engineers delivering innovative 
solutions to a range of client challenges, particularly in the areas of 
public safety, industry and defence. You’ll conduct research and product 
development activities relating to fluid-structure interaction (specifically 
structural response to blast events), dynamic finite element analysis and 
high-speed, compressible-flow computational fluid dynamics through 
application of new models and modification of existing codes. You will 
contribute to, and prepare, technical reports and scientific publications.

You will build relationships with internal and external clients, be hands on 
in assessing complex problems, and help build the business. Meanwhile, 
you’ll stay focused on your own Continuous Professional Development, 
actively seeking out opportunities to enhance your expertise and keep your 
skills fully up to date.

You will:
•	Have a Masters or PhD degree in Engineering (Mechanical, Chemical, 
or Aerospace)
•	Maintain registration as an Engineer-in-Training or 
Registered/Licensed Professional Engineer with Engineers Nova Scotia
•	Have demonstrated abilities in the development of structural 
response codes. The ideal candidate will also have experience in the 
development of computational fluid dynamics software.
•	Have expertise in the application of finite element analysis and 
fluid-structure interaction for dynamic problems, including explosion events
•	Have experience in engineering software product development and 
computer programming 
•	Have a background in numerical methods and numerical analysis
•	Working knowledge of Linux OS and experience in parallel/scientific 
computing
•	Be eligible for Personal Security Clearance with the Canadian 
Industrial Security Directorate
•	Work safely and robustly implement health and safety rules, 
instructions and systems. Refuse any work that compromises your safety or 
health
•	Promptly report incidents including near miss and safety 
observations, accidents and injuries. Flag any health and safety concerns 
with your line manager

About us
Lloyd’s Register moves with the times. With 250+ years of industry-defining 
excellence behind us, we’re more committed than ever to meeting the 
challenge of setting today’s global standards of marine and public safety. 
Which is why we want innovators like you on board. After all, we believe in 
safety, not comfort zones. Prepare for fresh challenges every day, with more 
access to work that interests you personally and stretches you 
professionally. Join us to make more of your skills and do more of what you 
love. 

Build your skills and a safer world – apply now!

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13466 when responding to this ad.
NameSamantha Rockwell
Emailsamantha.rockwell@lr.org
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://careers.peopleclick.com/careerscp/client_lloydsregister/external/gateway.do?functionName=viewFromLink&jobPostId=24976&localeCode=en-us
AddressLloyd's Register
Applied Technology Group
1888 Brunswick St. Suite 400
Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 3J8
Record Data:
Last Modified16:47:33, Thursday, June 23, 2016

► Senior Research Scientist-Fire Modeling - Fire Dynamics, FM Global
   23 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13593
TitleSenior Research Scientist-Fire Modeling - Fire Dynamics
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerFM Global
LocationUnited States, Boston, MA
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, August 01, 2016
Description:
FM Global is a leading property insurer of the world's largest businesses, 
providing more than one-third of FORTUNE 1000-size companies with engineering-
based risk management and property insurance solutions. FM Global helps clients 
maintain continuity in their business operations by drawing upon state-of-the-
art loss-prevention engineering and research; risk management skills and 
support services; tailored risk transfer capabilities; and superior financial 
strength. To do so, we rely on a dynamic, culturally diverse group of 
employees, working in more than 100 countries, in a variety of challenging 
roles.

FM Global Research is the driving force behind our property loss-prevention 
engineering and understanding of the hazards our clients face. FM Global has 
been the leader in property loss-prevention research for more than 175 years. 

As part of our research department, you’ll work alongside other researchers and 
independently to understand emerging property loss-prevention hazards, quantify 
real-world scenarios, and develop new ways to protect against today’s property-
loss threats. You’ll also work on implementation, evaluation, and development 
of techniques—including computer models and experiments—and present your 
findings to make strategic and beneficial advancements in risk mitigation.

The purpose of this position is to develop new scientific knowledge, 
engineering technologies, and engineering solutions to problems in fire 
protection, which can be used and applied by FM Global for the prevention or 
control of industrial property loss. The primary responsibilities of the 
position are to plan, conduct, and communicate results of research projects in 
support of the critical business needs of FM Global.  

The position is expected to function as part of a dynamic team of scientists to 
develop and validate physics-based, practical models of water based fire 
suppression as related to industrial and commercial fire scenarios. Key areas 
of research include the Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) modeling of fire and 
its induced flows, water mist, sprinkler sprays, transport of droplets, 
interaction of water droplet/vapor with gas and solid phase combustion, 
convective and radiative heat transfer, soot formation and oxidation, and other 
related combustion and suppression phenomena. The position is also expected to 
work closely with other team members to design and conduct experiments in the 
area of water-based fire suppression and analyze results. 

The position is responsible for performing technically outstanding work as well 
as all aspects of project management including project proposals, budget, and 
reporting. In addition, the position is responsible for communicating and 
transferring research results for practical use within FM Global and, as 
appropriate, to outside organizations including the scientific/engineering 
communities and standards organizations. The position also acts as a consultant 
to FM Global business units as well as to insured clients.

The position requires a PhD in Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, or 
related fields with a strong fundamental background in multiple areas including 
combustion, fluid mechanics, heat transfer, multiphase flow, applied 
mathematics, and computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Advanced experience in 
high-performance computing (HPC) and an understanding of experimental methods 
in thermal fluids, combustion and/or fire are also welcome. 

Excellent written and verbal communication skills, as well as demonstrated 
history of strong team performance are required. 

A demonstrated ability of solving complex problems, developing new methods and 
algorithms, or providing innovative solutions to challenging problems is highly 
desirable. 


Title and salary are commensurate with qualifications and experience. 

 


 


Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13593 when responding to this ad.
NameTiara Adducie
Emailtiara.adducie@fmglobal.com
Email ApplicationYes
Phone401-415-1987
URLhttp://www.fmglobal.com
AddressFM Global
270 Central Avenue
Johnston RI 02919
Record Data:
Last Modified16:17:05, Thursday, June 23, 2016

► PostDoc for numerical simulations of fluidized beds , IFPEN Lyon,Process Design and Modeling Division
   23 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13592
TitlePostDoc for numerical simulations of fluidized beds
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerIFPEN Lyon,Process Design and Modeling Division
LocationFrance, Select State, Lyon
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Subject
Numerical simulations of fluidized beds with non-spherical particles : drag 
law development and integration into a multi-scale methodology

Context of the project
The shape of the particles varies significantly between different industrial 
processes using catalytic reactors. The impact of its shape on the 
surrounding fluid flow has not been studied in much detail in literature, or 
only in specific applications. This is especially true in particulate flows. 
The CFD simulation of chemical reactors involving particulate flows 
(transported bed, fluidized bed, …) requires a multi-scale methodology to 
allow for the simulation of large systems (pilot and industrial reactors) 
while taking into account the physics at the scale of the particles (Van der 
Hoef et al., 2006). In practice, this approach consist in developing closure 
laws that conveniently describe the phenomena at small scales (interactions 
between phases, between particles, with walls, …). These closure laws have 
to take into consideration the effect of influent parameters such as 
hydrodynamic regimes, void fraction or particles shape.

Scientific project and objective
In this work, several particle shapes of industrial interest will be tested 
with Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS). From these results obtained on 
limited number of particles, interaction laws, especially drag force, will 
be deduced. The results will be examined in order to isolate the effect of 
particle shape. Representative geometrical parameters will be sought for in 
order to formulate the dependency of drag law to shape by means of a generic 
expression.
Before integrating the drag model to two-fluid (Euler-Euler) models, a 
validation is needed. DEM/CFD (Euler Lagrange model) simulations of 
fluidized beds will be performed with the DNS drag law and then compared to 
experimental results for validation. The design of the experimental set up 
and of the various experiments will be carried out within the framework of 
this study. Both DNS and DEM/CFD simulations will be carried out with the 
PeliGRIFF simulation code, which is developed by the Fluid Mechanics 
department of IFPEN.
The developed fluid-particle DNS drag law will be used to simulate liquid 
fluidized beds of pilot and industrial reactors. At these sizes, Euler-Euler 
models are more suitable to simulate the bed. Indeed, commercial CFD codes 
simulate large scale systems by using an Eulerian description of both fluid 
and granular phases, and usually consider only spherical particles. The 
integration into such codes of the new DNS drag correlation for non-
spherical particles has also to be validated. The experimental system will 
be modeled with a commercial CFD code and validation will be carried out by 
comparing numerical to experimental results.
	The main post-doctoral position objectives will be to :
•	carry out a literature review on drag laws at meso-scale and 
identify experimental / numerical studies that could be employed for 
comparison and validation of the numerical results.
•	establish a generic drag law for non-spherical particles (at least 
for the family of particles studied)
•	conceive the experimental set up
•	design and follow the experimental tests
•	validate and compare the simulations to the experimental results but 
also to literature data
•	write scientific papers

Profile of the candidate
The candidate must have a Ph.D. in chemical engineering, process engineering 
or fluid mechanics. An interest in programming and modeling is highly 
desirable. The candidate must be independent, creative and rigorous.

Location, duration and time frame
The post-doctoral stay will be on the site of IFP Énergies nouvelles in 
Solaize (situated 20 km south of Lyon, France) for a period of 12 months, 
preferably from 1 October 2016 onwards. A personal mean of transportation is 
recommended but the site can be reached with public transport as well (a 
shuttle between the train station of Feyzin and IFPEN is available morning 
and afternoon).

Supervisors and contact information
Rim Brahem, Daniel Ferré, Abdelkader Hammouti
To apply, please address your CV and motivation letter to: 
rim.brahem@ifpen.fr


Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13592 when responding to this ad.
Namerim brahemr
Emailrim.brahem@ifpen.fr
Email ApplicationYes
Phone0478022025
AddressRond-point de l'échangeur de Solaize - BP 3
Record Data:
Last Modified14:32:05, Thursday, June 23, 2016

► CFD Engineer, Talascend
   23 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13591
TitleCFD Engineer
CategoryContract Work
EmployerTalascend
LocationSweden
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, June 24, 2016
Description:
CFD Engineer – Sweden (Gothenburg) 

The project is aimed primarily at predicting the heat transfer between selected 
electric components of an electric / hybrid electric installation and the 
surrounding air as input to thermodynamic 1D models of electric components and 
its cooling system. 
The project will make use of 3D CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) calculations 
to predict heat transfer coefficients and air temperatures. The use of 3D CFD 
calculations enables the effects of the complex flow around the car and in the 
engine compartment to be predicted. This is something that cannot be done in 1D 
calculations. The results will be validated against physical tests in the wind 
tunnel. The calculation methodology developed in the project is intend to be 
used in the virtual product development.

Daily tasks and responsibilities: 
CFD calculation and analysis of thermal & refrigeration area
Competence Requirements  
Master mechanics / Physics / Chemistry + 
Fluid & CFD 
Experience in CFD and radiation calculation 
Automotive Experience 

Personal qualities:  
Well-organized, structured and proactive  
Business and performance driven  
Ability to lead cross functional teams  
Good communication and social skills

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13591 when responding to this ad.
NameDragana Skoric
Emaildragana.skoric@talascend.com
Email ApplicationYes
Phone+442086001618
Record Data:
Last Modified12:29:18, Thursday, June 23, 2016

► Postdoctoral Scholar, Imperial College London
   23 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13590
TitlePostdoctoral Scholar
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerImperial College London
LocationUnited Kingdom, London
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateWednesday, July 20, 2016
Description:
Applications are invited for a Postdoctoral position in the Department of
Aeronautics at Imperial College London. The project, will involve development of
PyFR (www.pyfr.org), an open-source high-order massively-parallel cross-platform
CFD solver, as well as its application to solve a range of challenging unsteady
flow problems. The candidate will form part of a highly motivated team. There
will be opportunities for travel, and for close interaction with world leading
academic/industrial project partners.

The candidate must have or expect to obtain a PhD in mathematical/computational
discipline from a world leading institution. Candidates should also be highly
motivated and have experience of:

- High-Order Numerical Methods
- Computational Fluid Dynamics
- Parallel programming in Python, C++, CUDA, OpenCL

Amongst other duties, the successful candidate will be expected to:

- Develop PyFR
- Apply PyFR to solve a range of challenging unsteady flow problems
- Present research at national and international conferences
- Publish research in world leading journals
- Help manage a team of PhD students
- Liaise with industry partners

For informal enquiries about the post please contact Dr Peter Vincent
p.vincent@imperial.ac.uk

Our preferred method of application is online via our website. Please click
‘apply’ below or go to https://www.imperial.ac.uk/job-applicants/  (Select “Job
Search” then enter the job title or vacancy reference number into “Keywords”).
Please complete and upload an application form as directed quoting reference
number EN20160216AM. Further information is also available on the job description.
Contact Information:
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NamePeter Vincent
Emailp.vincent@imperial.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://www.imperial.ac.uk/aeronautics/research/vincentlab/
Record Data:
Last Modified05:26:21, Thursday, June 23, 2016

► Simulation Framework, Development Support Engineer, CD-adapco
   22 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13581
TitleSimulation Framework, Development Support Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerCD-adapco
LocationUnited Kingdom, London
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:

CD-adapco is seeking to recruit a highly qualified and motivated Simulation Framework Engineer to join its Development Support group.

Development Support provide high level support that helps ensure the transfer of technical knowledge and expertise between Development and the rest of the company.

Development Support engineers are required to work closely with software developers as new versions of STAR- CCM+ are developed to help ensure new features of the code are well understood. In particular, emphasis is given to demonstrating the industrial application of newly implemented software features and their functionalities.  In addition, verifying new features behave as their designs intend.

Development Support engineers liaise with product delivery teams worldwide to provide advanced technical solutions that help ensure end user issues are answered and fixed in a prompt manner and that our products are used correctly, to their maximum potential.

A Simulation Framework Engineer will have a high level understanding of CFD and high-performance computing (HPC).  In particular, the numerical challenges associated with modelling complex flow phenomena in large scale systems and how these challenges impact computing performance in terms of e.g., memory requirements and solution times.  Typical applications include Vehicle Thermal Management and Electronics Cooling.  An understanding of FEA and/or Co- simulation would be beneficial.

Preferable geographic location for this position is London, United Kingdom; Nuremberg, Germany; or Melville, New York.  Exceptional candidates can be accommodated at any CD-adapco office.

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have:

  • Either an undergraduate degree (BEng, BSc or equivalent) with relevant work experience or a postgraduate degree (PhD, MEng, MSc or equivalent)

  • Undergraduate/postgraduate degree in Mechanical/Chemical/Aerospace/Software Engineering or other closely related field

  • Work/research experience setting up, running, analysing and profiling the performance of large scale CFD/FEA simulations

  • A strong background in CFD/FEA and HPC

  • Basic programming and/or shell scripting skills

  • Experience in both Windows and Linux operating systems

  • Ability to work individually and as part of a team to meet project goals

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Proven ability to work autonomously and to prioritise multiple projects

  • Good organisational skills

  • Fluent English speaking, reading and writing

Additionally, exposure or experience in the following areas would be considered advantageous:

  • Prior experience with STAR- CCM+ or other commercial CFD software

  • Java and/or C++ programming skills

  • Past industrial/research experience working with Co-simulations e.g., 1D Coupling

In return, CD-adapco offers:

  • A competitive salary and company pension scheme

  • A stimulating and professional working environment

  • In-house training

  • Webinar participation

  • Work-related travel opportunities

If you are a talented CFD/FEA Engineer that relishes the prospect of contributing to the evolution of world leading CAE software, then we would like to hear from you.

Applications should be made by e-mailing a CV/resume, including the names of two referees, and a covering letter stating why you believe you are suited for the post to:

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13581 when responding to this ad.
NameH.R Manager
Emailhr-uk@cd-adapco.com
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.cd-adapco.com
Address200 Shepherds Bush Rd
W6 7NL
Record Data:
Last Modified13:12:58, Wednesday, June 22, 2016

► Interns, CD-adapco India Private Limited
   22 Jun, 2016 
Job Record #13588
TitleInterns
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerCD-adapco India Private Limited
LocationIndia, Karnataka, Bangalore
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateTuesday, August 30, 2016
Description:
1	Position / title	Intern
2	Objective / Goal / method	Execution of short term CFD / CAE 
project on a practical application.
3	Project title/s	TBD based on mutual discussion
4	No. of Positions	8
5	Remuneration	Rs.5000/- per month
6	Period 	Around 2 months or 320 hours
7	Profile / Role	Summer / Regular / Project / dissertation / Block 
Placement
8	Department	PDT
9	Qualification	B. E / B’Tech or M’Tech students
10	Specialization	Mechanical or Aerospace or Chemical Engineering
11	Skills & interests	Applications related to Automotive, Chemical, 
Oil and Gas and Electronics Cooling.
12	Location	Bangalore & Pune
13	Knowledge	•	Strong Fundamentals in Fluid Mechanics and Heat 
Transfer
•	Knowledge of CFD through formal course work
•	Experience with commercial or non-commercial CFD code
•	Knowledge of Java is a plus
14	Responsibilities / tasks / Job Description	•	Basic training 
in STAR-CCM+
•	Work on allocated project with guidance of mentor.
•	Present work done via a presentation.
15	Returns / advantages / result	•	Final Report
•	Publication possible if work is excellent and ground breaking work.
16	Experience	Not required
17	About CD-adapco	Analysis & design application company, Ltd. (CD-adapco) 
is a mechanical engineering services firm which provides specialized computer 
aided analytical thermo-fluids mechanics, applied mechanics, software 
development and design services to the advanced designer/manufacturer. These 
services have been provided to designers/manufacturers involved in the 
automotive & industrial power generation industries.
We have over 8000 users of our software, working at 3000 different companies, 
spending over $181 million on our software and services. Our customer approval 
ratings are very high; in our last customer survey 93% of our customers 
declared themselves satisfied, or very satisfied with our software and 
services, a fact reflected in a consistently high customer retention rate. 
Consistently growing at an organic rate of over 15% per year, CD-adapco employs 
over 850 talented individuals, working at 30 offices around the globe, involved 
in dedicated support, software development and engineering services.

18	Client base	Automotive, Aerospace, Electronics, Marine, Defense, 
Oil & Gas, Bio-medical, Casting, Chemical processing, Energy, Environment, 
media, research & consulting, Building, appliance & tool, academics, Life 
sciences, manufacturing, batteries,
19	Website	www.cd-adapco.com


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NameHR-G
Emailhr-in@cd-adapco.com
Email ApplicationYes
Phone080-40341600
Fax080-40341650
URLhttp://www.cd-adapco.com
AddressITPL, Whitefield, Bangalore
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