Location(s): United States ; South Carolina; Greenville
About Us: GE’s Gas Power Systems business is the global industry leader in efficient, reliable, and cost-effective conversion of fuel to power, serving a wide range of applications from small, mobile power to highly efficient, utility scale power plants. With our substantial technology heritage and the largest delivered fleet of gas turbines of any provider in the world, our specialized plant solutions address unique customer challenges, providing increased performance, fuel efficiency, lower emissions and operational flexibility. GE offers a great work environment, professional development, challenging careers, and competitive compensation. GE is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, disability, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by law.
Role Summary: Be part of the team that delivered GE’s efficiency World Record. As a thermal design engineer, you will apply advanced technology to increase gas turbine efficiency and bring power with fewer emissions. You will design components and optimize cooling flow usage in a cross-functional team using advanced manufacturing, high fidelity analysis, and data-analytics. You will leverage the world’s largest gas turbine factory and most advanced full scale test facility to improve gas turbines.
The individual will have involvement in the full life cycle of the product, including new product introduction (NPI), engine validation testing, product cost-out (PCO), and field issue resolutions for the existing fleet. This individual will leverage the world’s largest gas turbine factory and most advanced full scale test facility to improve gas turbine design and operation. Essential Responsibilities:
Carry out heat transfer analysis and advanced cooling design for heavy duty gas turbine stationary and rotating airfoils and shrouds under direct guidance of a technical leader and in compliance with published
Design Templates and Design Practices Perform thermal analysis using GE’s suite of in-house tools, CFD and Ansys in accordance with established design practices. Support new product introduction design execution for all design phases: conceptual, preliminary and detailed.
Support turbine testing from detailed instrumentation plans to design validation reviews, post validation test analysis, and part qualification activities.
Work closely with performance, aerodynamic and mechanical design teams for successful project execution.
Document and report results to component owners and leadership.
Support installed fleet by addressing product cost out (PCO) and root cause analysis (RCA), when needed.
Bachelors degree in relevant Engineering discipline with demonstrated course work or concentration in thermal and fluid processes
This role requires use of technical data subject to U.S. Government export restrictions and this posting is only for U.S. Persons (U.S. Citizens, lawful permanent residents and protected individuals (e.g., certain refugees and asylees). GE will require proof of status prior to employment
At least 1 year of engineering design experience in gas turbine engines
Strong communication skills
Use of Ansys, CFD, flow network software
Green Belt or Black Belt certification (GE employees only)
Demonstrated understanding of heat transfer design methods, gas turbine systems and aerodynamics.
Advanced degree in Mechanical or Aerospace Engineering
Understanding of internal GE Energy business processes, organizational roles and responsibilities
Demonstrated ability to understand customer requirements and draft plans to meet them
Demonstrated Design for Six Sigma Quality Focus and probabilistic approach to problem solving
Locations: United States ; South Carolina; Greenville
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