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NVH CAE Engineer (Airborne Noise) at Matchtech

NVH CAE Engineer (Airborne Noise)

Matchtech Oxford, Oxfordshire Full Time
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The Job

In this role you will develop current and future vehicle programs and methodologies in Airborne Noise CAE, performing SEA model build, analysis, development and correlation activities. You will work on several aspects of the car at component, system and vehicle level, with the goal of optimising performance and efficiency and improving the interior quietness user experience.

Main Responsibilities:

  • Build, assemble and analyse complete vehicle and system level SEA models for airborne noise simulation and optimization
  • Present SEA results and contribute with recommended solutions to achieve airborne noise requirements in challenging spaces with mass efficiency and follow the design release verification
  • Correlate SEA results to bench test data on prototype and production vehicles and subsystems
  • Maintain and develop procedures for performing various SEA
  • Provide support to other NVH CAE areas where required


  • M.Sc. or higher education in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
  • Experience using VA One Software
  • Proficient in geometry preparation and meshing, using such tools as ANSA & Hypermesh
  • Extensive and demonstrable experience in the field of acoustics, noise and vibration analysis
  • Experience and expertise of SEA in the Automotive sector, ideally at an established OEM or Tier 1 supplier
  • Experience and expertise of FE and coupled FE/SEA problems are preferred
  • A knowledge of and enthusiasm for (or belief in) the sector of the industry in which NIO operates
  • Demonstrate high level of personal motivation to join a start-up organisation and see development opportunity in doing so, take a proactive approach to self-development
  • Ability to maintain the highest standards of confidentiality in all aspects of work
  • Willingness to travel to China to support program work where required
  • Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English

Recommended Skills

  • Acoustics
  • Assembly And Installation
  • Automotive Industry
  • Communication
  • Confidentiality
  • English
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Job ID: BHN513411