Location(s): Germany, Spain; Salzbergen, Barcelona
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Role Summary: Responsible for setting the design requirements for tower shell/tower internal designs for wind turbines. This includes defining and owning interfaces between components, cost target for tower components and defining MGTP for tower components. You will interface with the component design team, the design institute for the foundation design/customer clarification.
Define requirements for subsystem design (including all tower components such as shell, flange, bolts, platforms, ladders, cable tray, hoist, service lift, foundation interfaces, etc.)
Interfaces between components and interfaces of machine head and foundation
Defining cost targets and strategies to achieve cost reduction.
Conceptual design and trade-offs
Design for assembly and serviceability
Participate in or lead new technology evaluations and adoption into GE’s product.
Masters/ Bachelors in Civil or Mechanical engineering
experience in component design, FEA.
Design experience on machinery components
In depth understanding of tolerance stack up, interfaces
full system or sub-system level design experience
interfacing with PLM software
Experience in wind turbine structural or mechanical component design
Analysis and design experience on any of the following components- tower shell/flange/bolts, foundation.
Sound understanding of dynamics.
In depth understanding of WT design requirements as per IEC61400-1, GL 2010 guidelines.
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