Fan Engineer

Company Name:
Swifter Technologies LLC
Design of industrial fans for HVAC & process cooling systems, including conducting axial fan designing and testing, performance and fatigue analysis, selection program development and enhancement; perform technical calculations for the sizing of the equipment, prepare reports with recommendations and studies; generate engineering drawings per ANSI/ASME Y14.5 GD&T Standards, Bill of Material, Performance Curve, and Technical Datasheets for the fan system; undertake Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) simulation and analysis, and prepare report based on conducting the CFD analysis on a airfoil design; perform Static & Dynamic FEA (Finite Element Analysis) using FEM (Finite Element Methods) on parts and assemblies; generate and maintain CAD Data Exchange File Format, such as STEP, IGES, STL, and Parasolid; prepare CAM/CNC programs for CNC machine tools; prepare 3D files for various parts and assembly; complete technical bid preparation; maintain Quality Control and Quality Assurance records and review procedures to improve processes; conduct field testing of the fan systems; recommend and implement improvements in the sequence of operations and equipment selection; oversee streamline production and Machine shop; discuss Technical issues with vendors and customers; research, evaluate, and apply knowledge of mechanical engineering principles new designs, prototypes, and procedures. Tools and technologies used include: CAD/CAM, Solidworks, STEP, IGES, Parasolid, STL, CNC, CFD, ANSI/ASME Y14.5 GD&T, ANSI/AMCA Standards, and Finite Element Methods (FEM).
This position requires a Bachelor's Degree in Mechanical Engineering or a closely related field and at least six (6) months of experience in the field of Air Movement Equipment Industries (any title) using Solidworks, CAD Data Exchange Files Format, CNC, ANSI/ASME Y14.5 GD&T, and ANSI/AMCA Standards.
Mail Resumes To: Swifter Technologies, LLC, ATTN: Arjun Agarwal, 3-1 Luger Road, Denville, NJ 07834

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