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Project 804, our hybrid electric propulsion (HEP) project, needs you to lead all aspects of delivering work scope to the system integrator lead, including overall operations models of the HEP system. The model brings together the steady performance as well as the dynamic operations behaviors of the whole HEP system, aircraft, nacelle and engine.
The simulation engineer interacts with the chief engineers, the project managers and systems analysts to build and maintain the integrated HEP system model for the aircraft, engine and nacelle equipment. Will drive and follow components, rigs, engine, electrical components and fully integrated testing to calibrate the system model and ensure that the fidelity standards are met. The simulation engineer interacts with the requirement manager and defines the overall LRUs requirements. The simulation engineers evaluate trades and propose compromises to simplify the system. Works in close relationship with the controls software engineer in the definitions of the application software, controls laws and fault accommodation.
Responsible for the simulation model for the HEP, aircraft and interactions with the sister engine: