CAE NVH Engineer
Firma: ZF Group
Miasto/Region:Bielsko-Biała / śląskie
- Perform NVH CAE analysis at system and component level for EPS steering systems
- Perform correlation studies between test data and CAE data and make assessments on how to improve modeling and analyses techniques.
- Drive designs using CAE tools (RecurDyn, ADAMS, Hypermesh, Abaqus) to meet customer noise requirements (rattle, clunck, operating noise...).
- Execute core projects to develop new methodologies and processes, write technical reports.
- Validate virtual analysis results using test results and derive new simulation standards
- Collaborate closely and coordinate between other release groups to improve designs, identify risks and communicate analysis results.
- This position requires a PhD or Master's Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Structural Mechanics, Automotive Engineering or a comparable specialisation,
- 1-2 years’ experience at CAE Analyst work,
- Good knowledge of Automotive structural solutions for Noise and vibration design requirements,
- Good knowledge of fundamental physics and structural engineering principles,
- Good team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills with an understanding of customer needs.
- Relocation package, provate medical care and employee package,
- Good working environment in multinational team,
- Flexible working hours and remote work,
- Exposure to modern technologies, career opportunities.
Be part of our ZF team as CAE NVH Engineer and apply now!
ZF Friedrichshafen AG is a global technology concern in the automotive industry. In 2018, the ZF Group's sales amounted to EUR 36.9 billion. The company employs 149 thousand employees in approximately 230 locations in 40 countries around the world. Each year, we invest over six percent of our sales in research and development.
The Engineering Center in Bielsko-Biała as an independent unit focuses on designing mechatronic systems, prototype production and testing as well as acoustic and mechanical validation and software development for electric power steering systems (EPS). We currently employ approximately 170 people.
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