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• Mechanical engineer with an MTech or PhD in Mechanical engineering and focus in thermodynamics, fluid dynamics and heat transfer.
• Minimum 6 years of relevant experience in thermal analysis and design of cooled gas turbine components.
• Experience in utilizing heat transfer and cooling design engineering skills to analyze technical requirements and applying appropriate skill set to design hot gas path, Casing & Rotor turbine components.
• Ability to analyze/create thermal boundary conditions and perform Flow & Heat Transfer engineering calculations both for analytical, flow network, correlation-based and CFD & Conjugate Heat Transfer based tasks.
• Finite element analysis & ability to review the results. Good Familiarity with FE tools like ANSYS or general purpose FEA tool.
• Heat Transfer-design fundamentals & problem-solving skills (Gas Turbine Component, System level)
• Understanding of Mechanical integrity, Aerodynamics and manufacturing aspects for gas turbine blading.
• Experience using Pro / E, NX (Uni-graphics) or other similar solid modeling CAD software for visualization of cooling channel/scheme lay out of components or engine assembly is a merit.
• Experience in Providing technical support to other functional areas is a merit.
• Exposure to SAP and Teamcenter PLM is a merit.
• Programming skills like python or C#.
We don’t need superheroes, just super minds
• Heat transfer and cooling design and analysis of gas turbine parts (rotating or stationary or system).
• Heat transfer and flow analysis using commercial CFD tools, CFX or Star CCM+
• Thermal modelling using flow network approach with pressure loss and heat transfer correlations connected to a FE solver.
• Understand the product function, design requirements and design principles.
• Be a point of contact, speaking partner and provide expertise regarding hot gas path heat transfer related topics in a project
• Work with project lead to understand the requirements, find solutions to design challenges, and deliver related design activities within agreed timeline.