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CAE Analyst - Brakes Development 33714 - up to £26.45 Ltd

Job reference:
BBBH43363_1502380938
Location:
Warwickshire
Salary:
£20 - £26.45 per hour
Job type:
Contract
Sector:
Automotive

Ref: 33714

Title: CAE Analyst

Division: Chassis Engineering

Contract Position based at: Gaydon

Position Description:

Brakes Design CAE are responsible for concept simulation, modelling and analysis for the Brakes Design team.

The role involves analysis of Brakes squeal and judder simulations and could also lead into the development of techniques required to achieve correlation with physical test results. This role is considered to be instrumental for the development of components and systems for new vehicle programmes.

The CAE Analyst will be required to support the development of Automotive Components & systems using engineering knowledge and experience combined with Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) techniques in order to meet attribute performance targets for the braking system. The CAE Analyst will also support the continual development of tools and techniques which enhance the team's capability and improve the quality and robustness of Virtual models.

Skills Required:

  • Experience using HyperWorks/ Abaqus to run CAE analysis, summarise results and feedback conclusions to colleagues
  • A sound understanding of Chassis system performance requirements e.g. Durability & Reliability, NVH etc
  • Experience in the application of engineering skills and able to demonstrate the ability to assess the appropriateness of results and guide the design.

Experience Required:

  • Experience in the practical application of structural analysis and FEA methodologies
  • High level of drive, self-motivated and able to deliver with minimum supervision.
  • Strong and confident communicator - possessing skills to discuss and present design solutions to colleagues, customers and programme teams.