General Electric Lead Engineer in Bengaluru, India
Job Description Summary
Process Modeling and Techno-economic Evaluation of Carbon Capture Systems
Process modelling of low-carbon energy technologies including advanced power cycle, (supercritical CO2 cycle), refrigeration cycle, blue hydrogen generation system, fuel cell/electrolyser, carbon-capture technologies including liquid-solvent, adsorption technologies, and energy storage
· Techno-economic analysis and optimization of the energy systems.
· Heat integration and preliminary sizing of heat exchangers, turbomachinery, and valves.
Dynamic process modelling and controls development
Advanced modeling and simulation, including high-fidelity analyses, with opportunities for in-house code development
Work on 1-D Heat Transfer and Thermal Management
Develop ideas and concepts to improve performance and operability of gas turbine, steam turbine, wind turbines and other energy systems including carbon capture systems.
Develop and implement hardware for testing and validation, where applicable
Deliver on technical projects with set timelines and cost, implement plans with minimal guidance to meet technical requirements and assure proper documentation of the same
Network and collaborate with both GE Vernova engineers, Vernova Advanced Research team members to build plans and execute on technical projects
Participate in a team framework on multi-generation technology programs to enable future design advancements, while independently executing tasks leveraging your technical skills.
Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering/Chemical Engineering/Thermal Engineering with at least 4 years of post-doctoral experience OR a Master’s degree in Mechanical Engineering/Chemical Engineering/Thermal Engineering with at least 8 years of research industry experience
Fundamental knowledge in thermodynamics and process modeling
Sound understanding of Gas Turbine and Steam Turbine Power Plant Equipment, including Balance of Plant Equipment
Experience in using in-house codes and relevant commercial software
Demonstrated ability to quickly learn new, unfamiliar technology areas and to abstract system level concepts
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Demonstrated ability to work independently as well as in a team environment
Understanding of Energy Transition Space and technologies/solutions to navigate the transition
Experience in detailed performance modeling of turbomachinery and carbon capture systems, components, and sub-components
Hands-on experience in designing compressors, turbines and other accessory process equipment at various levels of fidelity
Experience in performing design trade-off studies and design optimization
Exposure to prototype/ engine Tests, experience with data mining/processing and building models
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.
Disclosure of your Gender or Sexual orientation is completely Voluntary and not mandatory.
Relocation Assistance Provided: Yes