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Acoustical/Noise Control Engineer

Durr Systems, Inc., Stoughton, United States

Your Tasks

  • Maintain/advance modeling tools used in aero-acoustic design and analysis and update as needed.
  • Ability to design inlet and exhaust systems having demanding acoustics and low aerodynamic losses.
  • Review, assess and evaluate customer RFQs and Specifications for product application; provide feedback to Application Engineer/Sales Team about any issues that impact feasibility or design development.
  • Assist Sales and Application Engineering teams with customer proposals as needed.
  • Provide technical leadership in developing products and business relationships.
  • Research, track and report on global regulations and technologies affecting business.
  • Perform field measurements, investigations, analysis and inspections including reports as needed.
  • Support Sales on customer and site visits as needed; effectively communicate issues with customers.
  • Hold in-house technical seminars educating staff and representatives in acoustic and aerodynamic designs.
  • Publish technical papers in journals, magazines and similar media as possible.

Your Skills

  • B.S. or M.S. degree in Physics or Engineering with a focus in Industrial Acoustics or Noise Control.
  • 5-8 years in Noise Control Engineering and Silencer design.
  • Experienced using MS Excel spreadsheets and developing algorithms.
  • Design silencers (reactive and absorptive) and ducting systems to meet aero-acoustic requirements.
  • Silencer design and testing, performing field measurements and diagnostics.
  • Familiarity with experimental testing and evaluation.


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