|Job Title:||Stress Engineer|
|Salary:||£40000 - £50000 per annum + pension, healthcare, bonus|
|Reference:||KS Stress Eng_1554895989|
|Contact Name:||Kris Smith|
|Job Published:||April 10, 2019 12:33|
Salary: £38k - £50k + healthcare, pension, bonus
An exciting opportunity has emerged for an experienced Stress Engineer to join the aerospace team within a globally renowned manufacturing company based in Gloucestershire.
*In this role, you'll be working on civil and military components where you will perform static stress and fatigue calculations, make design recommendations, assess part non-conformance's, support failure investigations, produce analysis reports and coordinate test work required to verify analysis models.
*You will also support the growth of stress analysis skills across the engineering team through development of standard work and mentoring.
*You will be required to demonstrate experience of working on multiple customer focused applications involved in the stress analysis of metallic structures using a broad range of standard hand and computer calculation methods.
*Your capability in finite element (FE) analysis should range from simplified 2D to detailed 3D solid modelling, with large models, complex boundary conditions, contact and non-linear behavior.
*You will be able to validate FE models using hand calculations to demonstrate static load balance and correlation to theoretical assumptions.
*You are likely to have knowledge and understanding of aerospace materials and a good understanding of the influence of manufacturing processes on the strength of components.
*The role will be extremely varied so someone who is able to work under pressure and adhere to timescales will do well in this role.
*Degree qualified or equivalent in mechanical engineering or similar related subject
*Able to demonstrate an analytical, problem solving approach to your work
*Self-motivated and able to work as part of a multi-disciplinary team
*Knowledge of metallic materials, their mechanical, static and fatigue properties is essential. A good working knowledge of aerospace materials, data sources and methods is desirable.
*Understanding of the influence of manufacturing processes on the strength of components is essential.
*Static strength and classical fatigue analysis experience is essential. Some knowledge of fracture mechanics and damage tolerance analysis is desirable
*Experience in hand calculations is essential, experience in MS Excel, Mathcad, Siemens NX, ANSYS or ANSYS Workbench and NASGRO is desirable.
*Experience working with precision metallic components is essential, experience with hydraulic systems is desirable
For further details, please contact Kris Smith -
Tel: 01453 829535
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