As a CFD Engineer in SFEV’s Vehicle Integration & Safety Systems, CAE Team, you will be responsible for CFD analysis of the full vehicle, subsystems, and for SFEV product lines. You will work closely together with vehicle product development teams to set up requirements and performance targets.
Duties and responsibilities
Develop aerodynamics and under hood model by ANSA, ICEM CFD and HyperMesh.
Perform CFD, thermal and other CAE simulation activities for product/system creation, and/or verification for all innovation and development projects, utilizing internal and with external resources.
Lead vehicle aerodynamics development for battery electric vehicle.
Write up analysis report of engineering problems and book-shelf the knowledge into the system.
Development of CFD and thermal simulation methods and the integration into existing/emerging engineering development processes.
Contribute to knowledge management of the company
Minimum travel requirement
Required Education and Experience
MS or PhD degree in mechanical engineer, aerospace engineering, civil engineering or related field
At least 3-year professional experience in automotive or heavy equipment or aerospace industry
Familiar with automotive parts vocabulary, terminology etc.
Familiar with fundamentals of fluid mechanics and heat transfer theory.
At least 3-year experience with modeling software such as ICEM CFD, ANSA, and HyperMesh.
At least 3-year experience with ANSYS Fluent, CD Adapco/Star-CCM+, CD Adapco/Star-CD, and HyperWorks/AcuSolve
Familiar with most functions of CAD software such as CATIA, and SolidWorks
Familiar with Microsoft Office tools, able to generate good presentation with PowerPoint, analysis reports of Word and dexterously use Excel to perform needed calculation. Effective communication skills (oral and written)
Able to work in a fast-paced program with a diverse team
Desired experience correlating thermodynamic and aerodynamic models with test, especially with wind-tunnel or vehicle climate
Experience with thermal correlating or air dynamic testing particularly with wind tunnel