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Introduction
The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics
Laboratory (APL), a national leader in scientific research and
development, is
seeking a Mechanical engineering and analytical support from concept
through fabrication of mechanical, electromechanical, and material
systems. Contribute through an understanding of mechanical engineering
principles, teamwork and technical communications to accomplish project
objectives


Responsibilities
Predictive
modeling and simulation of materials and engineering systems across a
variety of length and time scales (molecular, microscopic, and
macroscopic scales). Code development and statistical analysis of
data.
Perform finite element analyses of systems to determine
their responses to structural, thermal, dynamic, ballistic, and blast
loading conditions. Perform computational fluid dynamics analyses for
an array of conditions that may range from cooling of electronics
enclosures, to nano and micro fluidics.
Design mechanical parts
and assemblies using
Pro/Engineer and/or Solid Works computer-aided
design (CAD) programs. Generate corresponding part, assembly, and
interface control drawings. Use geometric dimensioning and tolerancing
as required. Perform tolerance stack-up analyses.

Document analyses in memos and present results during design reviews. Assist in proposal writing and development.


Qualifications

Required:
BS
degree in mechanical/aerospace engineering or related field.
Demonstrated mastery of the college curriculum. Familiarity with heat,
mass, and momentum transport phenomena. Experience deriving applicable
partial differential equations and the solving those equations
numerically and/or analytically. Programming experience in Matlab
and/or C++. Ability to work independently and as part of a team.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Secret
Clearance is required. Applicants selected will be subject to a
Government security investigation and must meet the eligibility
requirements for a NAC/LAC and access to classified information.
Eligibility requirements include US citizenship.
Desired:
MS
or PhD in mechanical/aerospace/computational engineering. Dual degree,
minor, or concentration in mathematics, physics, and/or chemistry or
equivalent experience. Computer-aided design (CAD), finite element
analysis (FEA), and/or computational fluid dynamics (CFD) experience.
Dynamic analysis experience using LS-DYNA. Multiphysics analysis
experience using COMSOL. Experience in transport theory, quantum
mechanics, and/or molecular dynamics. Experience using Gaussian,
LAMPPS, and/or Open Foam.

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