Planning, Product Development and Purchasing
Product Development is looking for a 1-D Engine simulation engineer
The department Design and Systems, Analysis and CAE within Product development, is responsible for CAE simulation, analysis and special competences. We do analysis in mechanical strength, thermal stresses, engine performance, torsional vibrations, fluid dynamics and engine dynamics. We need to increase the CAE actions for the future.
As an 1-D engine simulation engineer at Volvo Penta, you will take an active part in the diesel engine development process. Most of the work will be done with our tool ICES (Internal Combustion Engine Simulation). ICES is an engine performance tool, where the engine is defined theoretical. Outcome is a lot of engine parameters such as pressure, temperatures, power, efficiency and so on. Output from ICES is then used to take decisions about choice of turbochargers, compression ratio, fuel injection components and other performance related components.Other simulation areas are cooling systems and EATS systems..
Methods and routines are also developed in the team.
M Sc. Mechanical Engineering or similar.
Interest for engines and simulation
Knowledge from engine performance and emissions is an advantage
Good knowledge in Swedish and English language
As a person you are goal oriented, structured, innovative, and communicative and enjoy working in a team. We think you are in the beginning of your career and have work in this area for a couple of years.
At Volvo Penta we have steady focus on customer and market demands, we constantly drive things forward to produce results and adapt quickly to changes. We are open-minded and understand that diversity and experience drive progress. We know that well balanced teams increase group dynamics, creativity and new approaches to solutions. We show will to change in order to secure continuous improvement. We think that you are in the beginning of the career, although you should have a couple of years of professional experience.
For further information, please contact:
Mats Petersson, telephone 031-3221680.
Please note that only applications submitted through the electronic application form will be considered.