Engineer Structural 3

Structural Engineer will develop component and system level finite element models using Hyperworks and post process analysis results using Hyperworks, Matlab and Excel. Perform linear finite element static, vibration, modal and direct frequency response, and response spectra analyses using Nastran. Perform nonlinear static and transient finite element analyses using ABAQUS.

Perform fatigue, fracture mechanics, weld, bolting, bearing, shear tear out and buckling calculations. Develop solid models using NX or Pro/Engineer.

Position located in Sunnyvale, CA.

Basic Qualifications:

Master's degree in Aerospace, Mechanical or Structural Engineering with 3 or more years of relevant experience.

Preferred Qualifications:

Experience in developing system level finite element models with 2 million or greater degrees of freedom using hex mesh solid elements combined with plate elements. Experience in performing both transient dynamic and direct frequency

analyses using system level models. Experience using the following computer codes: Hypermesh, Nastran, Abaqus, and Matlab.

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