Location(s): Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, United States; South Carolina; Barcelona, Greenville, Southampton, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Salzbergen
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Role Summary: The Lead Engineer will develop, validate, and maintain multibody dynamics modeling capability and also use multibody simulations with the necessary level of fidelity to ensure reliable and robust wind turbine designs. The development of multibody dynamics simulation capability will entail coding/scripting work done in the context of using a commercial multibody simulation software as core of the modeling/design system.
Develop, implement, and maintain multibody dynamics modeling capability including coding/scripting
Execute multibody simulations for new product development and readiness-to-serve activities
Work closely with design/disciplinary teams to understand modeling requirements for the purposes of correct modeling and to enable others to effectively execute simulations
Verify that the multibody dynamics modeling capability meet accuracy requirements
Leverage test data from component test, drivetrain test stands and prototype testing
Develop technical documentation, including but not limited to training material, to empower others to effectively use the multibody dynamics modeling capability
Contribute to customer facing technical documents
Contribute to relevant design practice(s)
Bachelor of Science Degree in Engineering
Significant engineering experience (can include experience in graduate school in a relevant field of study or industry experience)
Demonstrated direct experience in executing multibody dynamics simulations in the Simpack (preferred) software or similar software (e.g., Adams, SAMCEF, etc.).
Demonstrated experience in code development (coding/scripting work)
Ability to work in a matrix organizational environment
System or product-level mindset
EU Work Permit if hired in Spain
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Graduate degree in engineering
Development experience including coding/scripting with the multibody dynamics simulation software Simpack (preferred) or similar software (e.g., ADAMS, SAMCEF, etc.)
Proficiency in scientific computing languages and frameworks (e.g., Python, Fortran, etc.)
Software development and validation experience
Experience with finite-element modeling such as but not limited to ANSYS
Experience with CAD software such as but not limited to Unigraphics (NX), Catia, Solid Works
Wind turbine engineering experience
Locations: Germany, Spain, United Kingdom, United States; South Carolina; Barcelona, Greenville, Southampton, Berlin, Munich, Hamburg, Salzbergen
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