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8 days ago
Morson International
Salary: £30.00 - £33.00 per hour
Location: Portsmouth
Job type: Contract
Contact: Paul Oldham
Sector: Other
Category: Analyst Jobs, Engineers Jobs, Mechanical Engineer Jobs, Test Engineer Jobs

Outline Job Profile (to include main duties and responsibilities, attach supplementary details if appropriate)

Perform structural & thermal analysis of payload components and equipment.
Analyse for performance against random vibration, thermoelastic and thermal environments to validate designs or propose new variants.
Work to established procedures & processes
Report findings in meetings and by written reports.

Provide a detailed definition of all structural testing required to verify that the strength and stiffness requirements are met.
Monitor these tests and write a test assessment report that demonstrates that requirements have been met and that the pretest analysis was of sufficient accuracy.

Provide support for in topology optimisation for the development metallic Additive Manufacturing products.

Qualifications and/or Skills
Essential: Degree in Mechanical Engineering or similar, experience in NASTRAN
Desirable: Trained/experience in FEMAP, TMG (Advance thermal, Flow), Trained/experience in optimisation for metallic AM
Previous Experience
Essential: Finite Element Analysis experience. Analysis of dynamic and thermoelastic problems. Thermal analysis experience. Extensive experience within this. With a strong background working in this environment.
Desirable: Work in aerospace or other high technology industries. Knowledge of AM Design.

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