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Project Engineer - Noise & Vibration

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Last Updated Date: Jul 20, 2019

Location: Renfrew, RFW, GB, PA48DJ

Company: Doosan Corp

Job Information

 

Doosan is partner to the leading lights of the energy sector, bringing our innovation and expertise to the industry’s greatest challenges. We deliver projects that enrich lives around the world. That’s why we’re investing so much in innovation, ensuring we have the very latest tools, technology and techniques at our disposal. But the most important investment we can make is in talent, because when people like you join our team in a role like this, the business can only continue to be seen as experts within the field.  

 

The Dynamic Engineering function within the Asset Management business area provide consultancy services to the Oil & Gas, Process and Power Generation sectors in the field of Noise & Vibration. Within this function we have an opportunity for a Project Engineer to join us in Renfrew. You would work as part of delivery teams exposed to a wide range of expertise across the division as well as undertaking work across the wider Asset Management business.

 

Main duties:

 

  • Perform investigations into pipework & structural related vibration problems, including performing vibration, dynamic stress & dynamic pressure measurements, both onshore and offshore
  • Perform vibration assessment at design stage in line with Energy Institute AVIFF Guidelines
  • Perform detailed analysis to prevent and solve vibration induced fatigue failures. This may include the use of Dewesoft, FEA, CFD, PULS etc.

 

The Project Engineer will be a qualified Mechanical Engineer and ideally be a chartered engineer and/or have a PhD in a relevant subject. With experience in a similar technical role within a relevant industry sector you should also have experience using handheld instruments for performing vibration, dynamic pressure and dynamic stress measurements. Applicants should also have knowledge and experience of Energy Institute AVIFF Guidelines as well as knowledge of vibration induced fatigue (BS 7608) and how to assess, prevent and determine mitigation measures.

 

If you think you have the experience and qualifications needed for this role and you are keen to take up a new and exciting challenge, please apply online now. A more detailed job description can be sent on request.