Large Marine Diesel Engines
Design and Analysis - Combustion Chamber Parts
In our R&D department at MAN Energy Solutions we seek a research engineer, with focus on structural design of thermal and mechanically loaded components.
Our overall R&D is driven by international environmental regulations to reduce exhaust emissions and increase fuel efficiency while maintaining or increasing time between overhaul. These overall tasks are challenging the design of the combustion chamber components in respect to structural integrity and tribology performance.
The vacancy in the Combustion Chamber Parts department primarily regards the development of cylinder covers, and other heat loaded components for large two-stroke diesel process engines. The daily work is a balance between developing the engine components as such and the hardware and software tools for succeeding in doing so.
As a research engineer, your main focus is:
- Component design responsibilities.
- FEM calculations for thermally and mechanically loaded components.
- A limited amount of CFD work mainly for application of boundary conditions for the FE models.
- Support to engine builders (external) and design offices (internal).
- Travel activities to engine builders, vessels and suppliers - approx 3 to 4 weeks per year.
- The capabilities and personality traits the applicant needs to have:
- Theoretical well founded in mechanical engineering analysis with competence in the fields of linear as well as non-linear strength analyses.
- Knowledge of FE Methodology is mandatory, and experience even better.
- Practical and target oriented approach to design.
- Basic skills in fluid mechanics and knowledge of CFD will be an advantage.
- Python Programming skills.
- Applicants with professional experience as well as fresh graduates will be considered (B.Sc., M.Sc. or Ph.D.). Educational documents must be uploaded together with your CV & Cover letter.
Your new team
You will be part of the combustion chamber parts team, responsible for the containment of the combustion process. This means you will be working with the heart of the engine with daily contacts to drawing departments, process development, operations, engine builders, etc. The team is ~10 persons with various responsibilities, skills, and nationalities.
MAN in Copenhagen
We are approximately 1,400 colleagues at the Danish headquarters, located next to the water in the area of Sydhavn (South Harbor) in Copenhagen. You will find our R&D center here, full of top-class technical capabilities for the development of innovative engines for ships and power plants across the globe. In the field of two-stroke engines, we are the world’s leading knowledge center by far. We also have our largest after-sales service center (PrimeServ) here in Copenhagen, as well as our large IT department and a wide range of staff functions.
MAN of course offers a competitive salary package and pension scheme. In addition, we have a number of other employee benefits, including:
- A many-sided and stimulating job with excellent opportunities for personal and professional development in an international environment
- Flexible working hours
- Critical illness insurance, access to physiotherapy etc.
- Massage scheme
- Good canteen
- Wealth of employee clubs and associations covering everything from sports to art
- Discount clubs
- Great flexibility so your work and home life can fit together
Application and contact
Apply for the job through our homepage by clicking on “Apply” and attach CV, Cover letter, university grades and other relevant documents. The application deadline is 25. August 2019.
We will conduct interviews during the application period.
If you have any questions, you’re welcome to contact manager Mr. Henrik Andersson, Telephone +45 3385 1715, or e-mail address Henrik.Andersson@man-es.com
More information about the company can be found at www.man-es.com.
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