Pipe Stress Engineer
Your new job
By now you have developed to an all-round Piping Engineer or you have experience as a Mechanical Engineer and want to become well versed in the Piping area. Every day you design piping systems and equipment based on given specifications. And sometimes your work will go to a deeper level and your expertise as a Stress Engineer will be required. The internal pressure and flexibility calculations only make your job more interesting, as though you have to crawl into the piping itself. You’re either versatile or not....
What do you offer?
You’ll work within the Piping & Mechanical Engineering department. Its main focus is doing studies and designing and specifying of piping systems and equipment for the process installation. This usually happens in collaboration with the other disciplines. You’ll be focused on mechanical engineering in the broadest sense of the word. A part of your job is doing strength and flexibility calculations of pressure equipment en piping systems based on the (inter)national norms such as EN, RToD and ASME. You draw up classification lists according to the RToD and Pressure Equipment Directive and maintain contact with the notified bodies such as NoBo en AKI. You will also work closely with the client and with colleagues from other disciplines.
What do you offer?
You have a thorough knowledge of materials. You know what the Pressure Equipment Directive entails and you have experience with calculation software such as Caesar II and Nozzle Pro. You are also customer oriented: you want to always achieve the best result for your clients.
- Bachelor degree Mechanical Engineering;
- At least five years’ experience within piping- and/or mechanical engineering;
- At least three Years’ experience with pipe stress (analysis);
- Extensive knowledge of Caesar II;
- Fluent in Dutch and English.