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Lead Design Engineer - Aerospace Motors
Induction motor - Brushed and Brushless DC motor design.
Typical products include electric motors, transformers & solenoids for a variety of civil & military aerospace applications, such as Pumps and Actuators for fuel and hydraulic systems. This is a senior role within a small highly motivated technical team supporting the larger engineering and manufacturing department in this specialist discipline.
The role will entail close relationships with other functions within the Aerospace organization at various locations within the UK and USA, in addition to support functions in Pune, India and Prague, Czech Republic.
Design motors from requirements and support manufacturing functions through to production.
Originate and develop design concepts.
Design for reliability, Design for Manufacture and Design for Assembly. Produce analytical designs using recognized analysis tools (e.g. Ansys RMxprt, Maxwell 2D & 3D), accurately and efficiently to tight timescales.
Prepare and review engineering proposals, performance specifications, technical reports and papers.
Engineering Degree in relevant subject – e.g. Motors, Electromagnetics, Electromechanical, Mechatronics, etc.) with relevant work experience in the area of electromechanical component design and manufacturing support up to 20 kilowatt range.
Working knowledge of Lumped Parameter and Electromagnetic FE design tools for theoretical motor performance simulation (e.g. Ansys RMxprt & Maxwell 2D & 3D)
General knowledge of motor manufacturing and test processes will be required to support the production of the designs.
In depth experience of Induction motor design and working knowledge of Brushed and Brushless DC motor design is highly desirable.
Stator and Rotor design for manufacture.
Transformer, Rectifier and wound component (Inductors & chokes) design & testing.
Practical understanding of design techniques for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)
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Region: Europe, Middle East, Africa
Organization: AER FMC Fuel Motion Control Systems
Job Level: Individual Contributor
Is remote work (i.e. working from home or another Eaton facility) allowed for this position?: No
Does this position offer relocation?: No
Travel: Yes, 10 % of the Time