Staff Research Engineer, Experimental Combustion

United Technologies   •  

Hartford, CT

Industry: Transportation

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5 - 7 years

Posted 75 days ago

This job is no longer available.

The successful candidate must demonstrate;

  • A thorough understanding of experimental methods and analysis techniques for unsteady, multi-phase reacting flows.
  • An in-depth understanding of advanced experimental diagnostics and optical-based or laser measurement techniques such as laser Doppler Velocimetry (LDV) or planar laser induced fluorescence (PLIF) as examples.
  • A clear understanding of the fundamental physics for combustion and/or multiphase, reacting flows.
  • The potential to initiate, lead, and execute funding opportunities in both internal and external R&D.


Candidates are expected to develop and employ innovative approaches for measurements in reacting flow environments and show a broad understanding of topics related to combustion or fire dynamics, environmental issues, spray atomization, chemical kinetics, and gas-phase or particulate emissions. An understanding of material flammability, high-temperature oxidation of metals or condensed-phase fuels would also be highly desirable.

Qualifications

Ability to work independently and work with limited direction to accomplish project goals.

Ability to collaborate with multi-disciplinary teams.

Excellent communication skills and able to provide timely detailed reports, presentations and technical papers for archival journal publication.

Proficiency in Matlab, LabView and/or image processing techniques will be an added plus.

This job requires US permanent resident or US Citizen.

Education / Certifications

Ph.D. in aerospace, chemical, mechanical engineering or material sciences with 5 years of work experience in industry.

Job ID 01296432