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TITLE: CAE Engineer, Powertrain Dynamics
Provide additional resource in the areas of Powertrain Dynamics, Engine Integration, and NVH to support the design and development of new Internal Combustion and Electric Powertrain architectures at Polaris. Own model building, analysis and report generation for projects. This role will be guided and mentored by a Multi Body Dynamics (MBD) Engineer located in our North American R&D office.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Loads Generation: Build powertrain dynamics models to calculate Engine / eMotor mount, cranktrain loads for Internal combustion and electric powertrain architecture development. Early Integration: Apply tools to aid architecture selection and target setting early in design for IC and electrification platforms. Support Durability Analysis: Support the Finite Element Analysis (FEA) analyst with simulated flex body deformation from dynamic simulations. Support NVH and Acoustics: Support powertrain rubber engine mount integration and acoustic simulations with the NVH group. CAE Data Interpretation; Reporting and documentation including interpretation to peers and leadership. Test Data Analysis; Understand powertrain design attributes through test data analysis. Correlation: Examination of test data to drive correlation and analysis problem set development. Knowledge Network: Helps document best practices and helps develop a knowledge base of procedures, methods, and metrics. Methods Development; Assists with implementation of customer-focused Polaris-specific Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) tools and best practices. Automation and continuous improvement.
SKILLS & KNOWLEDGE
Preferred Software Skills: Multi-Body Dynamics (MBD) tools (MSC ADAMS / FEV Virtual Engine). The incorporation of FEA flexible body modal neutral files to capture dynamic performance and evaluate durability is a plus.
Exposure to Ansys FEA software, nCode Glyphworks, or equivalent data analysis tools, modal analysis, forced vibration response, transfer path analysis, dynamic loads generation, structural analysis, and durability assessment is a plus.
Knowledgeable in Powertrain Dynamics, Engine Mounting Architecture, Vibration Isolation Design, and Modal Alignment desirable.
Strong problem-solving skills, adapting any and all tools for data-based decision-making.
Powersports knowledge a plus
Passion to deliver for the customer.
Excellent communication, interpersonal, and negotiating skills.
Team player, ability to work with several design teams concurrently and across multiple sites.
B.S. Engineering required; advanced degree preferred.
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