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Company: Johnson Controls
Location: Cranston, RI
Career Level: Associate
Industries: Technology, Software, IT, Electronics


Johnson Controls is currently hiring a Mechanical Engineer III to work at our Cranston, RI location. A Mechanical Engineer with experience in Fire Protection Engineering, fire pumps, and hydraulics/fluid dynamics is strongly preferred. The Mechanical Engineering Analyst will be responsible for providing expertise and technical leadership in applying numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems involving fluid flows, heat transfer, combustion, and multiphase flows in the field of fire and life safety. What you will do
Responsible for the development and application of computational fluid dynamics models for fire protection systems. Understand and optimize current products/systems. Knowledge of FDS (Fire Dynamics Simulator) a plus. Working knowledge of the latest computational tools, such as Ansys Fluent/Mechanical and OpenFOAM, including pre-processing, simulation, and post-processing. Strong knowledge in modeling multiphase flows. Stay abreast of and adopt, as appropriate, new technologies, new innovation processes and is comfortable in an entrepreneurial environment. Ability to work collaboratively with other engineering functions to drive prototype and proof of concept solutions into formalized new product development/new product introduction process. Develops and effectively communicates his/her ideas or improvements/variations on the ideas of others. Provide technical help and suggestions for other engineers. In general, shares his/her knowledge with others. Provides expertise and technical leadership in applying numerical methods and algorithms to solve and analyze problems involving thermal, fluids, and structural challenges. Solid understanding of applying mechanical engineering principles to analyze complex products to support goal of optimizing current designs and design processes. What you will need
Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering Able to interpret simulation results and communicate results and findings to organization Hands-on contributor and team player Excellent communication skills - written and verbal Manages individual project priorities, deadlines, and deliverables.

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