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Posted by oraclewalkin in 2005 Passouts, 2006 Passouts, 2007 Passouts, 2008 Passouts, Graduates, Mechanical.

GE, the world’s most admired and respected company and ranked as one of the top five most innovative company in the world is a company that thrives on innovation. With over $163 billion in revenues and presence in over a hundred countries, GE has also been ranked as one of the top two companies in the world to work in the area of R&D.

Essential Responsibilities: Perform Finite Element Stress analysis to support the conceptual/preliminary/detailed design of systems and sub-systems of power generation equipments like Gas Turbines/Steam Turbine/Generators/Wind Turbines or Jet Engines
Participate and present reviews to Chief Engineers to substantiate analytical results for validating design
Provide analytical and design support for field/production/supply chain issues related to engineering.
Document analysis and design activities in design record book
Development of geometric models in UG (both 2D & 3D)
Meshing and analysis in ANSYS
Validate the results using hand calculations/similar models.

Qualifications/Requirements: B.Tech / M. Tech (Mechanical / Machine Design / Structural / Aerospace) design & analysis experience in Gas Turbine/ Wind Turbine/ Automotive/ Steam Turbine/ Rotary Compressors, Reciprocating Compressor, Piping and Plant accessories domain/ Nuclear or Power generation equipment industries with emphasis on medium and large structure finite element stress analysis (Linear & Non-linear analysis) using ANSYS and UG for modeling with relevant experience of 1 to 15 years (positions open across levels)

APPLY : please send ur updated resumes to feacareers(at)ge.com



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