Fuel System Specific Controls (FSSC) Performance Engineer (Engineering)
We are looking for a Fuel System Specific Controls (FSSC) Performance Engineer to join our team specializing in Corporate Emission Solutions for our Component Business Segment in Columbus, IN.
Your impact will happen in these and other ways:This product focused position tailors electronic systems for Cummins products. People in these positions will configure (tune), integrate, test, and release software, electronic control units, tools, sensors, actuators, and harnesses into an electronic system that controls the operation of Cummins' products in a variety of customer applications.
Education, Licenses, Certifications
Min Bachelor's degree in Engineering, and Master's degree is preferred.
Prior entry level engineering equivalent work experience (2 plus) in a relevant discipline area is required.
This position focuses on the following objectives:
- Troubleshoot fuel system controls on customer engine platforms.
- Enable the use of new fuel system hardware by tailoring and tuning existing calibrations.
- Design and calibrate new fuel system control algorithms. Write Tuning Guides and Concept of Operation documents that adhere to established best practices.
The ideal candidate will be knowledgeable in the following areas: Fuel system hardware including injectors and high pressure pump, Excel data analysis, Matlab scripting and Simulink simulation, Classic PID and modern model-based (Kalman filter) control theory, Digital signal processing, Object-oriented design and real-time embedded software, 6Sigma design process, Engineering tools (Calterm, Canape)
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