Senior R&D Engineer ( C++, Propulsion, Combustion )

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Date: Jul 5, 2024

Location: Pune, MH, IN, 411057

Company: Ansys

Summary / Role Purpose

The Sr. R&D Engineer contributes to the development of software products and supporting systems. In this role, the Sr. R&D Engineer will collaborate with a team to develop, maintain, and enhance  software for Reacting Flows in Ansys Fluids products.


Key Duties and Responsibilities
The incumbent will be following agile principles to define, implement, test and document features within the ANSYS Fluids product with other team members.  Some specific responsibilities will be:

  • Develop new and expand on existing features in a mixed code base of C, C++, and Python
  • Build an understanding of the code architecture to participate in the maintenance, improvement, and support of the Reacting Flows in Ansys Fluids products
  • Implement new and enhance existing Combustion modeling functionalities
  • Expand knowledge and use of software technologies to deliver best of class software
  • Communicate with geographically distributed team members

Minimum Education/Certification Requirements and Experience
The candidate will be able to demonstrate that they meet these minimal qualifications:

  • B.S. degree in Computer Science/ Engineering, Mechanical/Civil/Aeronautical Engineering, or equivalent field of study with 10 years of experience or MS with 8 years of experience
  • Technical knowledge of CFD, Heat transfer, turbulence  and combustion
  • Experience with software design and development methodologies using C and C++


Preferred Qualifications and Skills
It is advantageous that the candidate has experience with the following:

  • Excellent knowledge of turbulent combustion modeling
  • Experience in numerical methods for reacting flows
  • Experience in a large-scale commercial software development environment
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to learn quickly and to collaborate with others in a geographically distributed team

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