Bloom Energy is Hiring | Senior Engineer |

Position – Senior Engineer – CFD
Company – Bloom Energy
Location – Bengaluru, Karnataka, IN

Job description

Sr. Engineer, Modeling (CFD)

Bloom Energy, a solid oxide fuel cell company, is looking for a CFD Engineer to join its world class team. This individual should be a dynamic professional who is looking for a rewarding future in one of today’s most exciting technologies.

Location: This position will be based in Bangalore, India

Role & Responsibilities:

  • Participate as a member of the engineering in design and development of our product, for system and components- from concept phase to production
  • Perform flow and thermal analysis, including rack, system enclosures and installations or our Energy Servers
  • Interface with cross functional team and conduct accurate CFD models
  • Utilize model prediction to evaluate design options and provide recommendations for improvement
  • Participate in validations of models through representative tests and support in troubleshooting performance issues
  • Create reports and present modeling results on a regular basis

Education & Experience:

  • MS/ MTech in Mechanical/ Aerospace Engineering with background in applied CFD
  • Strong understanding of the fundamentals of Fluid Mechanics & Heat Transfer
  • 2-4 years of experience in an engineering company supporting product development
  • Experience of at least 2 years in using engineering CFD software packages such as or similar to ANSYS Fluent/Icepak /Star-CCM /Flotherm.
  • Icepak modeling experience is a plus
  • Experience in Thermal analysis of the electronic system is desirable
  • Familiarity with SolidWorks for mechanical design
  • Skills in handling complex 3-D geometry, grid generation, and post-processing
  • Ability to learn new application areas and capable of modeling complex simulations and multi-disciplinary systems
  • Strong drive for results and continuous improvement
  • Excellent communication skills

About the Company

Our Mission

Bloom Energy’s mission is to make clean, reliable, and affordable energy for everyone in the world. To fulfill this mission, we have developed a distributed, on-site electric power solution that is redefining the electric power market and transforming how power is generated and delivered. Our Energy Server Platform is a stationary power generation platform built for the digital age and capable of delivering highly reliable, uninterrupted, 24×7 constant power that is also clean and sustainable. Among the most efficient energy generators on the planet; our platform dramatically reduces electricity costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Some of the largest companies in the world trust Bloom to provide their businesses with clean, reliable and resilient energy. 

The Beginning of Bloom

Bloom Energy traces its roots to work performed by Dr. KR Sridhar, Bloom founder and Chief Executive Officer, in connection with creating a technology to convert Martian atmospheric gases to oxygen for propulsion and life support. Dr. Sridhar and his team built a fuel cell for NASA™ capable of producing air and fuel from electricity generated by a solar panel.

They soon realized that their technology could have an even greater impact here on Earth.

In 2001, when their NASA™ project ended, the team decided to continue their research and start a company. Originally called Ion America, Bloom Energy, was founded with the mission to make clean, reliable energy affordable for everyone on earth.

In 2002, John Doerr, and Kleiner Perkins became the first Bloom Energy investors. Kleiner Perkins was legendary for its early investments in other industry changing companies, like Google,, Netscape, and Genentech, but Bloom Energy was its first clean tech investment. In fact, at that time, clean tech was not even really a word.

With financing in place, the team packed three U-hauls and headed to NASA Ames Research Center in Silicon Valley to set up shop. Over the next few years, the technology quickly developed from concept, to prototype, to product, as the major technological challenges were solved and the systems became more powerful, more efficient, more reliable, and more economical.

In early 2006 Bloom shipped its first 5kW field trial unit to the University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. After two years of successful field trials in Tennessee, California, and Alaska, to validate the technology, the first commercial (100kW) products were shipped to Google in July 2008.

Since that time Bloom’s Energy Servers® have helped our customers generate millions of kWhs of electricity and eliminate millions of pounds of CO2 from the environment.

From humble beginnings on Mars, Bloom Energy is now changing the Earth for the better.

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