Structural Engineer - Canada
Structural engineer for Fatigue analysis - Heavy Castings Stress Engineer
Role: Specification, Development, and Validation of calculations; both analytical and finite element (FEM) calculations, including extreme and fatigue loads calculations, with linear and some non-linear cases. The technologies involved are (among others): castings, forgings, steel welded structures, structural bolted connection, bearings, actuators (motor-gearboxes), brake systems, etc).
Wind turbine global FEM model definition and calculations.
Wind turbine structural component modelization, analysis and evaluation, including optimizations.
Components and sub-systems integration from calculation point of view.
Continuous follow-up of the state of the art on the technical area of responsibility.
Analysis and evaluation of calculations (analytical and/or FEM) developed by external suppliers.
Support the continuous improvement process.
Development of the calculation documentation (for internal use; for Certification purposes; others).
Calculation procedures, specifications and methodologies definition and improvement.
Regulations watch, follow-up and application.
The candidate will have a wide experience on FEM calculations.
Degree in Mechanical Engineer
Fatigue software packages such as n-code
MSC FEM software (Patran, Nastran, Marc and Fatigue) know-how preferred or other FEM software know-how.
Engineering analytical calculation know-how for wind turbine components pre-dimensioning.
Experience in wind business will be preferred.
Our client is a fast growing, innovative and exciting company to work for, that offer excellent chances for technical and personal development.