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► Computational Modelling of Powder Removal from AM Components, CEMPS, University of Exeter
    9 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13978
TitleComputational Modelling of Powder Removal from AM Components
CategoryPostDoc Position
EmployerCEMPS, University of Exeter
LocationUnited Kingdom, Devon, Exeter
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateMonday, January 09, 2017
Description:

Computational Modelling of Waste Powder Removal from Additive Manufactured Components

The above full time post is available immediately for 18 months in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences.

The College wishes to recruit a Postdoctoral Research Associate / Postdoctoral Research Fellow to support the work of Prof Gavin Tabor. This Innovate UK/EPSRC funded post is available immediately for a period of 18 months. The project will develop computational modelling techniques to predict the flow of surplus metal powder out of additive manufactured (AM) components. Selective Laser Sintering (SRS) and similar techniques operate by fusing together powder in layers to create the desired component; but this does leave residual powder in the component which has to be removed, typically by vibrating the component to fluidise the particles which can then drain. The efficiency of this operation is a significant aspect of the development of the technique in industry. This project is part of the Tailorable and Adaptive Connected Digital Additive Manufacturing consortium project, and will investigate computational modelling of the fluidised particles using non-newtonian flow models and discrete particle models in OpenFOAM.

The post will include basic research and model development in the area of fluidised particle flow, interacting with the other consortium partners and helping to support their use of the modelling and OpenFOAM, presenting research outcomes at project meetings, conferences and peer reviewed publications, and supporting the organisation of group activities such as the 12th OpenFOAM Workshop. The successful applicant will be able to present information on research progress and outcomes, communicate complex information, orally, in writing and electronically and prepare proposals and applications to external bodies.

Applicants will possess a relevant PhD and be able to demonstrate sufficient knowledge in the discipline and of research methods and techniques to work within established research programmes. At Postdoctoral Research Fellow level, the successful applicant will be a nationally recognised authority in computational fluid dynamics, discrete particle modelling or particle flow, or related areas, and be able to develop research programmes and methodologies. The successful applicant will also be able to work collaboratively, supervise the work of others and act as team leader as required.

The successful candidate will be appointed at Postdoctoral Research Associate (Grade E) or Postdoctoral Research Fellow (Grade F) depending on the skills and experience the individual can bring to the role. (£ 28,452 on Grade E up to £33,943 on Grade F, depending on qualifications and experience). Candidates should demonstrate their achievement against the relevant criteria in the accompanying person specifications which will be used to make an appointment at an appropriate level.

To view the Job Description and Person Specification document please click here.

Before submitting an application you may wish to discuss the post further by contacting Prof Gavin Tabor, telephone 01392 263662 or email g.r.tabor@ex.ac.uk

The University of Exeter is an equal opportunity employer which is 'Positive about Disabled People'. Whilst all applicants will be judged on merit alone, we particularly welcome applications from groups currently underrepresented in the workforce.

The College is working towards department Silver Athena SWAN awards as a commitment to providing equality of opportunity and advancing the representation of women in STEM/M subjects: science, technology, engineering, mathematics and medicine.

Contact Information:
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NameGavin Tabor
Emailg.r.tabor@exeter.ac.uk
Email ApplicationYes
Phone(0)1392 263662
URLhttps://jobs.exeter.ac.uk/hrpr_webrecruitment/wrd/run/ETREC107GF.open?VACANCY_ID=417019GVqe&WVID=3817591jNg&LANG=USA
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► PhD scholarship in Computational Fluid Dynamics, Université catholique de Louvain
    9 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13976
TitlePhD scholarship in Computational Fluid Dynamics
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerUniversité catholique de Louvain
LocationBelgium, Louvain-la-Neuve
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
PhD scholarship in Computational Fluid Dynamics at the University of Louvain in
Belgium


A PhD scholarship in Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) is available at the
University of Louvain (UCL) in Belgium. The topic of the proposed research
concerns the numerical study of turbulent reacting multiphase flows. More
specifically, it focuses on the modeling and simulation of the injection and
combustion processes of biofuels in internal combustion engines. The PhD student
will work as a member of the multi-phase and reacting flows group at the
University of Louvain. Information about our group's activities is available on
our website (https://sites.google.com/site/mvpapalexandris/). The envisaged
starting date is April 1st 2017.

The proposed research is part of an international ERA-NET project under the
HORIZON2020 program of the European Commission. The research will be conducted
in close collaboration with the participating partners of this project, namely,
University of Helsinki, Federal Metrology Institute of Germany
(Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt), Goa University (India), and the Indian
Institute of Technology in Madras. The broader objective of this ERA-NET project
is to reduce the carbon footprint by advancing the state-of-the-art on
sustainable alternative energies. This involves higher efficiencies and lower
emissions for biofuel combustion.


The proposed doctoral research project consists of:
i) modeling of the flow-field inside the full-scale engine, including fuel
injection and combustion,
ii) numerical simulations in parallel computers and validation of the numerical
results with experimental data from the engine test bench, and
iv) identification of potential ways to improve the efficiency of the overall
process.


Desired qualifications and experience:

- a degree in a relevant engineering discipline, physics or mathematics, 
preferably with a background in fluid mechanics and numerical methods for
scientific computing,
- good programming skills in C/C++ and/or FORTRAN95
- ability to communicate, read and write in English

The scholarship includes the researcher's salary, full insurance and health
benefits, full coverage of expenses for participation in conferences &
workshops, and full coverage of short-term visits to the participating partners.

Interested applicants are invited to submit a detailed CV, transcripts of
academic records, a statement of research interests and names of 2 references to
Prof. M. Papalexandris (miltiadis.papalexandris@uclouvain.be) and Dr. H.
Grosshans (holger.grosshans@uclouvain.be). Incomplete applications will not be
taken into account.

Contact Information:
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NameHolger Grosshans
Emailholger.grosshans@uclouvain.be
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttps://sites.google.com/site/mvpapalexandris/
AddressUniversité catholique de Louvain
Institute of Mechanics, Materials and Civil Engineering
Section of Thermodynamics and Fluid Mechanics
Place du Levant 2 - Bte. L5.04.03
B1348 Louvain-la-Neuve
BELGIUM
Record Data:
Last Modified14:33:44, Friday, December 09, 2016

► Experimental visualisation of particle-bubble interaction, Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
    9 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13975
TitleExperimental visualisation of particle-bubble interaction
CategoryInternship
EmployerHelmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
LocationGermany, Dresden
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, January 01, 2017
Description:
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THE FOLLOWING INTERNSHIP MUST BE A COMPULSORY PART OF YOUR STUDIES
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Internship at the Institute of Fluid Dynamics, Dresden, Germany.

Topic: Experimental visualisation of particle-bubble interaction

Background: Froth flotation is a separation process which plays a major role in
the mining industry. Bubble-particle interactions are the very heart of this
process, largely used for the capture of valuable commodities such as rare earth
metals. The Institute of Fluid Dynamics of the research centre Helmholtz-Zentrum
Dresden-Rossendorf (Germany) is making a bold move towards investigating the
capture of mineral particles by rising bubbles. The Institute seeks a student to
deploy high-speed imaging techniques and to observe the collision and attachment
of particles falling on a bubble surface.
	 
Tasks:		
•Literature survey on particle attachment to bubble surface and froth flotation
•Visualisation with a high-speed camera of the attachment of falling solid
particles on the surface of bubble
•Image processing of particle-bubble interactions

skills:	
•Interest in fluid mechanics
•English and/or German
•High level of autonomy
•Enthusiasm for experimental work

duration:
6 Months

Staring date:
January 2017.

financial compensation:
yes

Language course:
The HZDR offers German courses free of charge (not compulsory)

Contact person:	
Dr. Gregory Lecrivain
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
Institute of Fluid Dynamics
Bautzner Landstraße 400, 
01328 Dresden, Germany

email:
G (DOT) LECRIVAIN (AT) HDZR (DOT) DE

phone: 
+49 351 260 3766

Internet:
https://www.hzdr.de
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13975 when responding to this ad.
NameDr. Gregory Lecrivain
EmailSee Description
Email ApplicationYes
AddressDr. Gregory Lecrivain
Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V.
Institute of Fluid Dynamics
Bautzner Landstraße 400,
01328 Dresden, Germany
Record Data:
Last Modified12:16:13, Friday, December 09, 2016

► Postdoc or PhD in "Art-inspired" flow visualization, University of Toronto
    8 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13965
TitlePostdoc or PhD in "Art-inspired" flow visualization
CategoryJob in Academia
EmployerUniversity of Toronto
LocationCanada, Ontario, Toronto
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
The Biomedical Simulation Lab (BSL) at the University of Toronto develops and applies medical 
imaging + CFD solutions for diagnosis and treatment planning of cardiovascular diseases.  Our 
recent work focuses on brain aneurysms, notably uncovering the prevalence of "turbulent-like" 
flow patterns. One of the key challenges is visualizing and quantifying these complex dynamic 
flows, to make sense of them and to communicate them in clinical settings.

We seek a motivated and artistically-inclined Postdoctoral Fellow or PhD Student to work with 
BSL and its Art/Design and Clinical partners on developing novel static and dynamic flow 
visualizations, by combining existing and/or novel spatiotemporal characterizations of coherent 
structures as "basis functions" for illustration-inspired representations.

The project requires:
- Strong understanding of turbulent fluid mechanics and CFD
- Ability to master novel spatiotemporal analysis techniques for turbulent flows
- Strong object-oriented programming, ideally Python
- Ability to work with 3D graphics and animation tools, e.g. Blender
- A strong artistic aesthetic and interest

If you feel you are uniquely suited to this position, please email steinman@mie.utoronto.ca, 
indicating your qualifications and including a portfolio of (or links to) visualizations (images, 
animations) you have created. (Applications without a portfolio will NOT be considered.)
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13965 when responding to this ad.
NameDavid Steinman
Emailsteinman@mie.utoronto.ca
Email ApplicationYes
Record Data:
Last Modified12:53:48, Thursday, December 08, 2016

► Application Engineer, PDC LLC India (GridPro)
    8 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13974
TitleApplication Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerPDC LLC India (GridPro)
LocationIndia, KARNATAKA, Bangalore
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, January 15, 2017
Description:
GridPro (PDC India) is seeking an Applications Engineer specialized in CFD/ 
Mesh generation to join its Bangalore office. We are seeking an individual 
with a strong background in Computational Fluid Dynamics/ Mesh Generation. 
The candidate should have an good understanding of fluid mechanics, 
Numerical Methods and CAD. Experience in meshing tools like GridPro/ Numeca/ 
Icem CFD / Gridgen / Pointwise is a plus.

Primary Responsibilities:

Interact with GridPro customers in government, industry, and academia.
Support the usage of GridPro by addressing technical concerns, providing 
guidance, advice, and meshing assistance in a wide variety of application 
areas.
Create and teach training classes.
Work collaboratively with developers to implement new features and 
participate in the overall product development of GridPro.

Qualities:

High energy, self-motivated, quick study with flexible nature. 
An ability to work with customers of diverse backgrounds on a daily basis.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent technical presentation skills.


Requirements:

Bachelors or M.E or M.S. in engineering,
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13974 when responding to this ad.
NameRecruitment
Emailhr@gridpro.com
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.gridpro.com
Record Data:
Last Modified11:35:37, Thursday, December 08, 2016

► Software Developer Meshing, PDC LLC India (GridPro)
    8 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13973
TitleSoftware Developer Meshing
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerPDC LLC India (GridPro)
LocationIndia, KARNATAKA, Bangalore
InternationalNo, only national applications will be considered
Closure DateSunday, January 15, 2017
Description:
PDC LLC India is looking for highly qualified and motivated candidates to 
contribute to the development of our mesh generation software GridPro. 

Roles and Responsibilities:
*Development and enhancement of mesh generation tools 
*Design/code review, integration of various enhancements using OpenGL. 
*Use the software to test real application problems 

Essential Job Requirements: 
*Master's Degree in Engineering, physics or mathematics. 
*Knowledge of computational geometry and grid generation 
*Good experience with C++ programming and Opengl development 

In addition, experience in the following areas is desired: 
*Development of meshing tools is an asset. 
*Programming skills in Python 
*Usage and development of CAD tools. 
*Client/Server architectures. 
*User interface design/development. 
*Parallel programming. 

PDC India (GridPro) offers a stimulating working environment with 
competitive benefits .All qualified applicants are encouraged to submit a 
resume and cover letter outlining your unique qualifications for this 
position to: hr@gridpro.com with reference as “Software Developer” .
Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13973 when responding to this ad.
NameRecruitment
Emailhr@gridpro.com
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.gridpro.com
Record Data:
Last Modified09:27:31, Thursday, December 08, 2016

► Applications Engineer: CFD, Heat and Mass Transport, COMSOL Inc.
    7 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13956
TitleApplications Engineer: CFD, Heat and Mass Transport
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerCOMSOL Inc.
LocationUnited States, Massachusetts, Burlington
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateFriday, December 01, 2017
Description:
Please apply directly at: https://www.comsol.com/company/careers/job/2191/

COMSOL, Inc. is seeking an Applications Engineer specialized in CFD to join 
its Boston office. We are seeking an individual with a strong background in 
Computational Fluid Dynamics and multiphysics analysis. Experience with 
finite element methods or finite volume methods is required. The candidate 
should have an excellent understanding of undergraduate material in fluid 
mechanics (mass and momentum conservation), heat transfer (conduction, 
convection and radiation) and mass transport (diffusion, convection and 
reactions). A knowledge of turbulence modeling or multiphase flow modeling 
is a plus.

Primary Responsibilities
Interact with COMSOL customers in government, industry, and academia.
Support the usage of COMSOL Multiphysics by addressing technical concerns, 
providing guidance, advice, and modeling assistance in a wide variety of 
application areas, particularly those involving heat transfer, structural 
mechanics, fluid dynamics, acoustics, electromagnetics, and Multiphysics 
modeling.
Develop models that show features and capabilities of COMSOL Multiphysics.
Develop and teach training classes.
Give COMSOL product demonstrations at seminars, workshops, conferences, and 
meetings with customers. Work collaboratively with developers to implement 
new features and participate in the overall product development of COMSOL 
Multiphysics.

Qualities
An ability to work with customers of diverse backgrounds on a daily basis.
Genuine interest in mathematical modeling, computational physics, and 
software simulation.
Strong written and verbal communication skills.
Excellent technical presentation skills.
High energy, self-motivated, quick study with flexible nature.

COMSOL Offers
A challenging opportunity to expand your knowledge in a wide variety of 
physics application areas and to work on problems spanning all engineering 
fields.
Highly creative and qualified teams with a diversity of experience.
Great career opportunities at a quickly growing high-tech software company.
Casual atmosphere in a spacious office, with free access to gym.

Requirements
M.S. or Ph.D. in engineering, physical sciences, or life sciences.
Demonstrated experience with computational modeling.
10%-15% travel per month.

COMSOL is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Please apply directly at: https://www.comsol.com/company/careers/job/2191/
Contact Information:
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NameCOMSOL Inc.
Emailpeter.lyu@comsol.com
Email ApplicationNo
URLhttps://www.comsol.com/company/careers/job/2191/
AddressCOMSOL, Inc.
100 District Avenue
Burlington, MA 01803
USA
Phone: +1-781-273-3322
Fax: +1-781-273-6603
Record Data:
Last Modified23:07:54, Wednesday, December 07, 2016

► Atmospheric turbulence and surface fluxes on manifolds., Institute of Meteorology and Water Management
    7 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13972
TitleAtmospheric turbulence and surface fluxes on manifolds.
CategoryPhD Studentship
EmployerInstitute of Meteorology and Water Management
LocationPoland, Mazowieckie, Warsaw
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateSunday, January 15, 2017
Description:

Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - National Research Institute (IMGW-PIB)

PhD student -
Atmospheric turbulence and surface fluxes on differential manifolds.
Project: Numerical Weather Prediction for sustainable Europe

Salary(payroll): up to 1000 EUR net of tax (up to 8000 PLN of full remuneration cost) and state health insurance. Benefits e.g. private health insurance scheme are available. Final salary will be negotiated. Duration: 33 months with the possibility of extension to the fourth year subject to resources.

Project leader: dr Zbigniew Piotrowski

Location: IMGW-PIB headquarter in Warsaw, Poland.

IMGW-PIB and the Project

The Institute of Meteorology and Water Management - National Research Institute is a research-development unit and the Polish national meteorological and hydrological service. IMGW-PIB carries research within the European Consortium for Small-scale Modeling (COSMO) www.cosmo-model.org, a coalition of weather services on the development of operational numerical weather prediction models.

The Numerical Weather Prediction for Sustainable Europe project aims at accelerating the operationalization of the EULAG dynamical core of COSMO model, complementary to the CELO priority project of COSMO Consortium.

The research and implementation tasks include integration of EULAG dynamical core within the COSMO numerical weather prediction framework. Unique formulation of EULAG dynamical core employs the lowest model level at the Earth’s surface, moreover, it is capable of carrying Implicit Large Eddy Simulations, when no explicit subgridscale parameterization is necessary. Research and implementation work is needed to fully exploit these EULAG features to augment COSMO forecasting capabilities.

Summary of the position

The focus of the position is on the investigation and optimization of numerical and physical formulation of the COSMO-EULAG at and near the surface. This includes the assessment and testing of several strategies for surface and atmosphere interaction, encompassing both the established solution of the diffusion equation and evaluation of custom numerical devices to enable ILES approach for simulating weather. Physical parametrizations are to be investigated to provide meaningful tendencies at the Earth’s surface. Technical adaptation of the COSMO framework involving Fortran programming will be necessary within the frame of this position.

Main duties and key responsibilities

  • Research on the optimal formulation of surface to atmosphere transport in the context of additional model level at the surface and the ILES capability of EULAG dynamical core.
  • Participation in the development of the optimal implementation of the three-dimensional generalized Laplace operator in curvilinear coordinates in both: Cartesian and spherical geometries.
  • Evaluation of the COSMO-EULAG within the realistic weather scenarios.
  • Preparation of COSMO-EULAG documentation.
  • Preparation of scientific publications for the leading journals.
  • Communicating the project results by public dissemination activities and presentations at the workshops and conferences.

Qualification and experience required

  • MSc in physics, mathematics, engineering or similar, preferably with strong theoretical background including numerical methods, linear algebra and differential geometry.
  • Ability to understand and work with complex sets of partial differential equations such as primitive equations for atmospheric flows.
  • Good understanding of continuum mechanics/fluid dynamics concepts.
  • Good knowledge of modern high-level language such as Fortran or C++ and Unix.
  • Experience with numerical simulations of physical phenomena.

Desired qualifications:

  • Knowledge of geophysical fluid dynamics.
  • Experience in the development of meteorological/geophysical software and/or the modern software engineering standards.
  • Scientific achievements(including good/very good grades) and/or peer-review publication record.
  • Experience in conducting numerical experiments using HPC resources.
  • Experience with LATEX.

The working language is English. Candidate must be able to communicate, read and write fluently in English. The successful candidate is expected to be able to travel several times a year and collaborate with partners at MeteoSwiss in Zurich and Deutscher Wetterdienst in Offenbach. She/He will also participate in the training sessions at the leading institutions and/or spend a number of weeks at the fellowships with the foreign partners. Candidates are expected to be enrolled in the recognized programme of PhD studies or to enrol at the earliest possible opportunity, e.g. at the University of Warsaw. The successful candidate will hold dual status of the doctoral student and the full-time employee of the IMGW-PIB. The doctoral student status is connected with limited teaching duties and taking several classes. For detailed rules, please refer to: PhD programme at the University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics.

Our offer

We offer an unique position which provides the opportunity to work on leading edge numerical methods and modeling concepts applied to the next-generation numerical weather prediction for Europe, to collaborate with internationally renowned research groups and major weather services, and to develop production quality weather prediction software, within a motivated team. We offer opportunities for training in the field of modern technologies, numerical modelling and meteorology, international internships and cooperation, and a competitive salary (based upon qualifications and experience).

Documentation

Please send the following information to the propoze@imgw.pl with the keyword SFDM in the subject:

  • CV and the cover letter explaining the interest and skills of the applicant,
  • email addresses (and, if possible, phone numbers) of the two academic/professional referees who may be contacted by the recruiting committee,
  • proof of the degree certificates and the transcript of records or similar document, along with the scans of original documents,
  • list of scientific and software development achievements,
  • other proofs of qualifications as desired, up to five conference or journal publications, pdf of MSc thesis,
  • passport-size photo.

Contact Information:
Please mention the CFD Jobs Database, record #13972 when responding to this ad.
NameZbigniew
Emailpropoze@imgw.pl
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://imgw.pl/attachments/2169_firstteamoffer3.pdf
AddressIMGW-PIB
Podlesna 61
01-673 Warsaw
Poland
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► CFD Engineer, MMI Engineering
    7 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13968
TitleCFD Engineer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerMMI Engineering
LocationUnited Kingdom, York, York
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure DateThursday, March 02, 2017
Description:
MMI Engineering is a rapidly developing company providing Scientific, 
Engineering, Safety & Risk Management consultancy services to clients across a 
wide range of industry sectors.  We need committed, high quality scientists and 
engineers to come and share in our success.

We use CFD to support our engineering projects in safety assessment and hazard 
mitigation, providing services to the Oil & Gas, Water, Renewables, 
Environmental, Nuclear and Defence industries.

We are seeking a graduate or post graduate engineer who has a keen interest in 
analysing processes involving fluid dynamics, multiphase flows and heat 
transfer.

Position availability: January 2017.

Duties:

-  Support to MMI clients in the form of CFD model calculations, fluid systems 
and heat transfer studies, hand/spreadsheet calculations, interpretation of 
results, preparation of presentations and technical reports.

Requirements:

- An engineering degree (BEng) with at least a 2.1 at under graduate level and 
a higher degree (MSc, PhD) in CFD or a related topic.
- A good understanding of fluid dynamics and heat transfer.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Good knowledge of using office software tools such as Microsoft Word/Excel.
- Experience in any of the following: C/Perl/Java/Fortran/Matlab or other 
scripting tools.
- Experience of using commercial CFD packages, Ansys Fluent or CFX would also 
be beneficial but not essential.

Remuneration packages:

£based on experience + pension + life assurance + healthcare + 25 days holiday

No agencies please.




Contact Information:
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NameCaroline Iles
Emailciles@mmiengineering.com
Email ApplicationYes
URLhttp://www.mmiengineering.com
AddressMMI Engineering
Apollo House
Eboracum Way
York
YO31 7RE
Record Data:
Last Modified16:57:45, Wednesday, December 07, 2016

► Computational Fluid Dynamics Software Developer , Advanced Design Technology
    7 Dec, 2016 
Job Record #13971
Title Computational Fluid Dynamics Software Developer
CategoryJob in Industry
EmployerAdvanced Design Technology
LocationUnited Kingdom, Greater London, London
InternationalYes, international applications are welcome
Closure Date* None *
Description:
Role and Responsibility

Advanced Design Technology Ltd is seeking a CFD software developer with 
experience in development of CFD codes.  You will be working as part of a 
team of developers responsible for extending the functionality of our design 
and analysis software into new application areas.

You should have:

•	PhD in Computational Fluid Dynamics software development.
•	A First or 2:1 undergraduate degree in Engineering/Maths or Physics.
•	Experience of CFD code development in compressible  and/or 
incompressibe flow.
•	The ability to work closely in a team environment, while at the same 
time independently driving development projects to a successful conclusion.

It will be useful if you have:

•	Experience of development of turbulence models.
•	Experience of developing mixing plane models for multi-stage 
turbomachinery simulations.
•	Turbomachinery aerodynamic experience/CFD application.
•	Some knowledge of  CAD and Surface modeling.
•	Experience of programming in C++.

ADT is considered a world leader in the development of advanced software for 
the design of turbomachinery to major manufacturers in aerospace, 
automotive, marine and power generation application in Europe, Japan and US. 
This is a great time to join ADT – we are expanding rapidly in Europe and US 
and can offer competitive salaries, comprehensive benefits, and a dynamic 
environment at the forefront of our field. Applications at varying levels of 
seniority/experience will be considered. 

Have a look at our website www.adtechnology.co.uk and apply via the email 
address below jobs@adtechnology.co.uk by sending a motivation letter and 
resume. 
Contact Information:
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NameHR manager
Emailjobs@adtechnology.co.uk
Email ApplicationYes
Phone02072991170
Fax02076368028
URLhttp://www.adtechnology.co.uk
Record Data:
Last Modified12:00:27, Wednesday, December 07, 2016

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