This position involves design and redesign of new  and existing industrial air moving equipment. individual must have working knowledge of  moving and rotating machinery. The job requires theoretical understanding of machine members and how to determine stresses and strain. The individual must be able to interpret and apply different specifications to the design and  selection of   fans. Working knowledge of fluid flow is essential. a must. An understanding of  how to apply theoretical analysis to real world principles as it pertains to research and development is required.

 

 Position: Fan Design Engineer

Location: Dayton, Ohio

Job I.D.: 071114

Salary: 100k Plus

Responsibilities:

    • Interface with customer, review specifications and select appropriate fan design for OEM markets, may require R&D and specialized testing.
    • Perform designs using appropriate fan software
    • Interface with outside contractor on Stress analysis simulation and Modal analysis.
    • Address vendor and purchasing questions from equipment quoting stage through manufacturing, installation, and  maintenance phases.
    • Calculate and size welds, bolts, bearings, hubs, blade thickness, shaft sizes, etc.
    • Retrofit old and new equipment including competition as long as it meets and serves customer needs Knowledge of drive selection,  couplings, vibration isolator selection, and different seal applications, as well as electrical and electrical components  may be required.
    • Assist outside contracting on performing sound tests and performance of existing product

Qualifications :

    •  BSME or BSAE with 4 years industrial experience, BS required; Master´s degree in ME or AE  would be a plus.
    • Strong background in CFD.
    • Must understand 3d design software
    • Understands aerodynamics, sound, and vibration in moving equipment.
    • Ability to travel as required.
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