|Job Record #11273|
|Title||Computational Fluid Dynamics Expert|
|Category||Job in Industry|
|Employer||Siemens Wind Power A/S|
|Location||Denmark, Midt-Jylland, Brande|
|International||Yes, international applications are welcome|
|Closure Date||* None *|
We are looking for a computational fluid dynamics (CFD) expert for the Rotor Upgrades team who is dedicated to contribute to the development of our future products and technologies. The team consists of 10 highly skilled engineers with a multi-cultural background and is responsible for design and validation of aerodynamic add-ons for upgrading power performance and for acoustic tailoring of our wind turbines. Furthermore the team contributes to our future rotor design technology. The team is a part of the Rotors department at our global head office in Brande.What are my responsibilities?
As a CFD expert you will drive and contribute to the technology development and application of CFD tools for wind turbine analysis. You will take on responsibility for the development and validation of CFD tools and models, more specifically:
In case you have acquired your skills in alternative ways your application is just as well appreciated.What else do I need to know?
Siemens is a leading supplier of wind power solutions for onshore, offshore and coastal sites. Denmark is the headquarters of Siemens’ activities in Europe, the Middle East and Africa and the center of our global R&D and engineering activities. Currently, 5,000 employees out of a global staff of more than 9,000 are working at different locations in Denmark. Read more at www.siemens.com/windpower
We continuously strive to strengthen our position, and we are therefore looking for bright minds eager to join a dynamic, international organization offering unique opportunities for its employees.
Only applications through the Siemens website are taken into consideration, follow the URL below.
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|Last Modified||06:09:53, Saturday, September 28, 2013|