Accountable to use simulation tools to contribute to the design of robust, cost-effective products that meet customer specifications.
PREFERRED KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE:
Required is a Master’s degree in Mechanical, Automotive or Mechatronics Engineering or related field. Required at least three years of experience in the simulation of thermal systems in automotive preferably with a focus on refrigerant, coolant and hydrogen fluids. Experience with 1D simulation tools like Amesim and GT-Suite software is must. Experience with ANSYS software (CFX, Fluent, Electronics Desktop, Structural) is preferred. Experience in the area of HVAC, vehicle cooling system and fuel cell systems development is preferred (e.g. previous work experience, thesis, patents, etc.)
Must be able to identify, reproduce and solve the problems using simulation techniques and present the simulation results to stakeholders. Should be able to analyze internal and external measurement data and draw valid conclusions. This position requires good interpersonal skills to work with the internal team and the customer.
- Develop system simulation models of refrigerant, coolant and hydrogen valves in Amesim.
- Create complete HVAC, vehicle cooling and fuel cell 1D system simulation models and perform DOE mostly in Amesim.
- Should be able to perform component level fluid flow CFD simulations.
- Communicate and exchange simulation models/techniques with Hilite teams around the globe.
- Document and present the simulation results internally and to customers.
- Work with the testing group to validate the simulation for each program.
- Works with the engineering technical project lead to define a simulation plan for each program.
- Works with the engineering team to improve the product performance and cost through simulation.
- Automating the simulation and analysis process by developing tools in Python and Microsoft Visual Basic.
- Working on developing of new concepts to meet changing market needs.
We are an equal opportunity employer M/F/D/V
Job Type: Full-time