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Wanted:Research Scientist Computational Fluid Mechanics/Polymer Processing
Posted Mon April 20, 2009 @02:53PM
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Opening Function details: He/she will support the activities of the different DSM Business Units namely the Performance Materials Cluster (Engineering Plastics, Dyneema, Coating and Structural Resins), and the various Emerging Business Areas (biomedical materials and Specialty Packaging). This person will be responsible to execute fundamental studies for fluid dynamic problems by using numerical methods. He/She will solve the practical problems with a scientific approach. Here for, he/she will develop mathematical models and codes, set up the programming for simulation and perform simulations. He/she will do visco-elastic fluid stability analyses by using the finite element method, spectral analysis etc. To prove the problem solving concept, he/she will help set up lab equipment and trials.

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