CFD Engineer (Computational Fluid Dynamics)
- Job Reference: 00007108-1
- Date Posted: 19 May 2020
- Recruiter: CV-Library
- Location: London
- Salary: £29,000 to £45,000
- Sector: Engineering, Covid-19
- Job Type: Permanent
Building Physics / CFD Engineer - To £45K
Despite the current Covid-19 situation, our client continue to win new projects across the UK, Europe and the middle-east. Reporting to a Director you will be responsible for CFD modelling of airflow, temperature, humidity and air velocity within data centres and test their resilience, capacity and cooling efficiency.
Key tasks will include
Simulations of single and multi-storey complex data centres
Modelling different scenarios or changes and seeing how they affect the cooling effectiveness under normal working conditions and also during failure scenarios.
CFD Modelling of high and low density cabinets, under-floor ventilation systems, racks, servers, PDU's, CRAC's, fans and diffusers.
Prepare technical reports, specifications and detailed briefs.
Liaise with the Mechanical and PH Engineers and ensure an integrated solution is adopted.
Contribute to project and client meetings.
Promote machine learning and automation wherever possible.You'll enjoy working on large scale and also hyperscale (ie 5,000+ servers or 10,000 square feet+) and use your passion for Building Physics and CFD to your full potential. With a number of new projects recently secured across the UK and Europe this is a great time to join a thriving Building Services Consultancy who are expecting to double in size over the next two years.
Degree qualified in Physics, Mechanical or Building Services Engineering.
Previous experience as a Building Physics (Building Sciences) within the Building Services industry.
Previous experience using 6Sigma (6SigmaRoom or 6SigmaDCX)
CFD software or; extensive experience with Anysys or OpenFoam.Please note previous Data Centre experience would be preferred, however CFD Engineers that have other "Mission Critical Systems" experience working within closely controlled environments such as clean rooms, laboratories or operating theatres will also be considered.