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Piping Structural Engineer
Option to work Remote!
Minimum of a B.S. degree in mechanical or aerospace engineering or equivalent experience; Graduate degree preferred. 5-10+ years of experience. Able to remain composed and focused while working in a dynamic environment. Ability to rapidly identify and resolve discrepancies/anomalies.
Extensive experience with performing analyses and interpreting results using Bentley AutoPIPE Knowledge of ASME B31.3 design criteria for piping systems Experience using Microsoft Excel spreadsheets Knowledge of solid modelling or plant modelling; . Multiple years of experience in a technical engineering role, especially including design and analysis of piping/tubing systems
Completion of design and analyses checks related to piping and tubing systems for major, mobile ground support equipment (GSE). Typical systems include high pressure gas and cryogenic fluid systems.
Perform detailed checks of existing analyses and communicate results to stakeholders for acceptance and/or design iteration.
Perform duties in accordance with specifications and statements of work.
Work with a team to ensure designs close on cost, schedule and technical requirements
Work with team members to perform other analyses (detailed stress/FEA, fluid flow, etc.) of piping systems as required
10+ years of relevant experience Knowledge of standard components, installation and fabrication methods of piping systems (pipe stock, fittings, connections, valves, fasteners, structural members, fitting, welding, etc) Knowledge of fluid components typical in tubing and piping systems (valves, regulators, pumps, etc) Experience working with P&IDs and fabrication/ installation drawings for piping systems, especially AutoCAD or AutoCAD P&ID Experience with structural hand calculations and analysis software tools (ANSYS, NASTRAN, etc.) Ability to work remotely with some presence at Blue offices when required.