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Remote: This position does not require employee to be on-site full-time to perform most effectively. The employee's role enables them to work off-site on a permanent basis.
The Tire Modeling & Simulation Engineer will be responsible for capturing information from a variety of sources inside and outside GM, building and running empirical tire models, interpreting results for motorsports, attending motorsports testing across the country, interfacing with motorsports teams in Charlotte, NC, and enabling the transfer of knowledge from motorsports to GM tire models.
This position offers a career in the fast-paced and challenging environment of tire testing and modeling at General Motors, with specific focus in Motorsports. You will work with state-of-the-art testing and analytical technologies to review tire F&M properties to virtually integrate tire performance to enable vehicle dynamics simulations for original equipment applications - running both in offline and real-time simulation environments.
Job responsibilities include:
Review and qualify tire test data for tire modeling - this includes F&M Flat Trac data and Wheel Force Transducer data.
Fit tire test data (F&M Flat Trac and WFT) to models with documented quality
Scale and synthesize models based on feedback from secondary data sources
Develop extensive enhancements to advance tire models, tools and methods
Enable Tire technology transfer
Support integration of tire models with real-time simulation environments
Travel is required for this position. Tire testing occurs during the week - limited weekend travel may be required to arrive to the test facility.
Travel is expected 1-2x/month for 2-4days duration.
Travel is domestic.
Additional Job Description
Required Skills and Experience:
2-5 years of Mechanical/CAE/ Software engineering experience
Knowledge of tire model fitting routines from Flat-Trac and Wheel Force Transducer data
Detailed knowledge of tire design, development and manufacturing processes
Experience and understanding of using Magic Formula tire models including synthesis based on tire construction changes
MATLAB or Python Coding experience is required
Pi Toolbox experience is required
Strong Project Management and Leadership skills required
Strong communication skills
Strong attention to detail
Demonstrated ability to collaborate with a team, as well as work independently
Preferred Skills and Experience:
8+ years of Mechanical/CAE/ Software engineering experience
Experience in developing advanced tire models that include wear, friction and thermal effects
Experience with implementing tire models in real-time simulation environments to support Driver-in-the-Loop project activities
Experience performing vehicle dynamics simulation
Experience with Motorsports preferred
BS in Mechanical/CAE/ Software Engineering required
MS or higher in Engineering preferred
The average annual salary paid for this position is $109,283.00.
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