Company Name: Ford
Job Title: Lead Engineer – Powertrain CAE
Auto req ID: 24061BR
Job Description & Qualifications:
Creation of CAE Models [component level / Full Powertrain]
Ability to do Integration [MPC/Bush/springs etc., connections]
Able to run baseline PT Body NVH analysis, summarize results and feedback conclusions to customers in an efficient manner.
Able to model Boundary Element Models
Able to carry out PT NVH analysis such as Powertrain Bending, Radiated noise, Combustion Transfer Function, Dynamic stiffness calculations, gear whine and mount compliance
Able to work effectively with design teams to develop solutions within defined deadlines and time constraints.
Should have proven experience in optimization of Powertrain components
Should have expertise in automation of CAE processes.
Have experience in CAE – TEST correlation projects
Have an awareness of potential design constraints (packaging, manufacturing etc.) and ensure due consideration is given in developing solutions.
Ford India was established in 1995 as a wholly-owned subsidiary of Ford Motor Company, a global automotive industry leader. Since then, Ford has invested more than US$ 2 billion in India to expand its manufacturing facilities and dealership footprint to meet rapidly rising demand in one of the world’s fastest-growing auto markets.
Ford India currently operates a modern, integrated manufacturing facility at Maraimalai Nagar, near Chennai, which produces its award-winning range of products including the Ford Figo, Ford Fiesta, Ford Classic, Ford Endeavour and the Ford EcoSport. As part of its overall commitment to India, Ford is investing US$ 1 billion to build a state-of-the-art integrated manufacturing facility in Sanand, Gujarat. The facility is scheduled to be operational later this year, with vehicles coming off-line in 2015. With Sanand being operational, Ford India willdouble its manufacturing capacity in India with an installed capacity of 610,000 engines and 440,000 vehicles.
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