You optimise mechanical parameters for complex motions within combined powertrains. You come up with new concepts for the next generation of energy-efficient machines and optimise the control of 3D coordinated motions.
For the next generation of machines, machine builders are looking for innovative concepts to make their products work faster, more accurately and more energy-efficiently. Through the simulation & control of coordinated motion systems, you can radically improve machines with multiple powertrains in terms of performance, cost and energy consumption. You map peak forces and energy consumption, predict the mechanical behaviour of moving components and coordinate multiple motions.
Simulation of coordinated motion systems
As a researcher with experience in mechanical simulations in the field of kinematics, dynamics and 3D modelling, you will:
More concretely, you will:
Creative mechanical researcher with practical insight
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Flanders Make is the strategic research centre for the manufacturing industry. From our establishments in Kortrijk, Lommel, Leuven and Sint-Truiden, we stimulate open innovation through excellent research.
Our purpose: realising a top-level research network in Flanders that delivers full support to the innovation projects of manufacturing companies. In this way, we want to contribute to new products and production processes that help to realise the vehicles, machines and plants of the future.Continue reading
|Title||Multi - Body Simulation Researcher Dynamics/Kinematics for multi-body for machines with multiple powertrains (Leuven or Lommel)|
|Job location||Gaston Geenslaan 8, 3001 Leuven, 3001 Leuven|
|Published||June 1, 2021|
|Job types||Researcher,   Engineer,   Other  |
|Fields||Mechatronics,   Control Systems Engineering,   Mechanical Engineering,   Systems Engineering  |