Process/CFD Engineer

Deadline
ASAP  

Contact
OSM People  


OSM People is on behalf of a client looking for a Process / CFD Engineer immediately available for a project with 6-9 months duration in Oslo, Norway.

 


Main Responsibilities

  • Perform process related CFD calculations and process optimization systems and optimization of the internals for flow distribution
  • Participate in design and customization of our products
  • Ensure that product design and performance (fluid mechanical) meets technical and functional requirements
  • Technical support for both development of the new solutions and delivery projects within R&D
  • Suggest and implement improvements in processes

Other Responsibilities

  • Perform thermal and chemical analysis
  • Produce method and production descriptions
  • Participate in onboard vessels tests of different designs and concepts, perform studies on current systems
  • Coordination and support to other departments when needed
  • Contact with suppliers and participate in customer meetings
  • Collaborate with manufacturers regarding production adaptations of our technical solutions

Background & Skills

  • Bachelor/Master’s Degree within Fluid Dynamics, Chemical or Mechanical field
  • Multiphase CFD simulations in STAR CCM +
  • Experience of 3D Modelling tools in Inventor and Ansys Space Claim
  • Experience of engineering design, proposals and project management from industrial chemical and mechanical engineering processes
  • The working language is English, so you need to be fluent in speech and writing

Advantages

  • Experience of Multiphase CFD simulations in Star-CCM+ or/and Ansys CFD
  • Experience from process- or marine industry
  • Knowledge of IMO standards
  • Knowledge of FEM

Personal qualities

  • You are analytical with a proactive mindset to drive your work forward
  • Good ability to work in team as well as independently
  • You are accurate, structured and responsible
  • You are communicative in speech and writing and enjoys working with different contact areas