Engineer, Exhaust Systems Aerodynamics
Country:United States of America
Location:PW100: East Hartford 400 Main Street, East Hartford, CT, 06118 USA
Pratt & Whitney is working to, once again, transform the future of flight—designing, building and servicing engines unlike any the world has ever seen. And because transformation begins from within, we’re seeking the people to drive it. So, calling all curious.
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The Aero Thermal Fluids (ATF) organization is responsible for the functional aerodynamic design, analysis and performance of components and modules throughout Pratt & Whitney commercial and military product lines.
The Exhaust Systems Aero group is a part of the ATF organization focused on the aerodynamic design and analysis of high-performance military exhaust systems, including bypass duct and nozzle aerodynamics, augmentor combustion, and exhaust system cooling design.
We are seeking motivated individuals with strong technical, problem solving, communication and leadership skills to join our team and be part of continuing Pratt & Whitney's industry leadership in current and next generation military propulsion systems.
- Lead small aero teams during the aerodynamic design, analysis and testing of exhaust system component / module design on technology and development programs. Work with associated Module Center CIPTs, design, structures and signature disciplines. Integrate module performance with system analysis as well work with airframe partners to integrate exhaust system concepts into air vehicle designs.
- Support Engine Concept Studies, Major System Rigs, Technology Demonstrators, Technology Development Plans, and proposal efforts. Interface with internal customers (CIPT, SIPT, EDSIT, PCEs), and external customers (Weapon System Contractors, govt reps).
- Technical aspects of the work include, but not limited to: flowpath lofting, aerodynamic performance analysis, secondary flow and heat transfer modeling, bypass duct modeling, exhaust / airframe integration, and performance integration.
- Work is full-time on-site at P&W East Hartford campus.
- Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical, or Aerospace Engineering or related fields
- 5+ years of relevant professional or research experience, or 3+ years with an advanced degree.
- US Citizenship required due to government contracts.
- An active US DoD security clearance SECRET or higher.
- An advanced degree in Mechanical, Aerospace, Systems Engineering, or related field.
- Demonstrated strong problem-solving and teamwork skills. Excellent communication skills. Demonstrated ability to deliver high quality technical solutions in a cross-functional team environment. Willingness to work across organizations and technical disciplines. Desire for continuous learning and innovation.
- Experience in one or more of the following aerodynamic design and analysis functions: nozzle aerodynamics, secondary flow systems, heat transfer analysis, flowpath lofting, CFD analysis, combustion dynamics.
- Experienced user of one or more of the following tool packages: Fluent, WIND, ACTRAN, PowerFlow, SpaceClaim, Pointwise, ANSYS, Matlab, Dymola, Unigraphics/NX, and network flow solvers.
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