Assist with the development and application of advanced high-fidelity thermal-hydraulic analysis tools and techniques to large-scale engineering problems involving complex geometric configurations and multi-physics phenomena including fluid dynamics, heat transfer, structural mechanics and neutron physics. Contribute to analysis of problems and phenomena related to thermal hydraulic behavior of full-scale systems and experiments, nuclear safety, and process modeling using the analytical tools including in-house codes and commercially available software.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience
Familiarity with major programming languages, hands on experience with commercially available engineering analysis software, considerable knowledge of computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer analysis. Ability to model multi-phase, multi-component Newtonian or non-Newtonian fluids for incompressible or compressible flow and conjugate heat transfer. Excellent problem solving and communication skills.
Knowledge of computational structural analysis methods and software. Understanding of the neutron transport theory and basic principles of laboratory experiments.
Experience with Computer Aided Design (CAD) software and model development.
Minimum Education/Experience Requirements
Bachelor's Degree and 0 years work experience, or Master's Degree and 0 years work experience or their equivalents
Argonne National Laboratory - 22 months ago
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