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     Date Submitted:08-06-2011
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     Current job:Engineer Staff V
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     KeywordsEnvironmental Control and Life Support Systems (ECLSS) Ground Support Equipment Design (GSE), Professional Engineer (PE)
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    Education

    Florida Institute of Technology

    College of Engineering

    BSME, June 1976

     

    Experience

    July 27, 1996 – Present

     

     

     

     

    United Space Alliance Launch Support Design Engineering

    Kennedy Space Center, Florida

     

    Engineer Staff V

    System Design Engineer / Lead Design Engineer for Environmental Control Life Support Systems (ECLSS)

    ·         Aerospace Design Engineer specializing in fluid/thermal Ground Support Equipment

    ·         Experienced in leading and coordinating design teams – over the years I have led at least 50 teams of up to a dozen engineers each.

    ·         Developed Electronic Technical Manuals / Operating Criteria - the first of its kind for GSE.  These HTML-based electronic documents consolidate paper-based information from multiple storage locations and save time in the field by providing real-time operating information at the touch of a button.

    ·         Developed Pressure Vessel System Analysis in support of NASA’s Pressure Vessel Recertification effort.

     

    November 19, 1983 – July 27, 1996

     

    Lockheed Space Operations Company Ground Systems Design Engineering

    Kennedy Space Center, Florida

     

    Engineering Specialist

    Design Engineer ECLSS Systems

    ·         Created system concepts, engineering cost estimates and support documentation (SMS's, LRU's, AOPL's, SOW's)

    ·         Worked on high vacuum systems, refrigeration system design, ECS/HVAC design, Ammonia and Water Servicing Systems and the development of a Charcoal Processing System for the Space Shuttle Lithium Hydroxide Canisters.

    ·         Detailed experience with panel and unit layout and developing requirements for PLC controls.

    ·         Detailed experience with the fabrication processes and answering RFI's. 

     

    August 6, 1976 – November 19, 1983

     

    Planning Research Corporation

    Kennedy Space Center, Florida

     

    Engineer

    Design Engineer ECLSS Systems

    ·         Designed ECLSS Fluid Distribution Systems and ECS Ducting.

    ·         Worked HVAC projects and lab fume hood installations.


     

    Major Design Projects

     

    ·         Helped develop the initial Space Shuttle landing convoy equipment, which remained in service from 1977-2005.

    ·         Worked on the payload CITE Heat Exchanger systems.

    ·         Created the OPF ECLSS Chilled Water Heat Exchanger design.

    ·         Developed the LIOH Lab Charcoal Processor.

    ·         Supported the post Challenger Pad A Industrial Water Freeze Proofing Design.

    ·         Developed the award-winning OPF-3 New ECLSS Ground Coolant System.

    ·         Developed the launch critical Pad ECLSS Ground Coolant Systems.

    ·         Developed the SLF/SLS Universal Coolant Transporter System (UCTS.) This $4 million project was completed ahead of schedule and under budget.

    ·         Supported the Constellation Program GCS and CMAS design effort.

     

    Awards

     

    USA Bronze Medallion for Innovation Technology for the secondary coolant loop design on the Ground Coolant System, 2010.

     

    NASA Certificate of Recognition for NASA Tech Brief on suction head pressure control in liquid refrigerant systems, 2002.

     

    Robert E. Gross Award for Technical Excellence / Lockheed Engineer of the Year for the design of the OPF-3 Ground Coolant System, 1992.  The Robert E. Gross Award was Lockheed's most prestigious award for Technical Achievement.

     

    NASA Group Achievement Awards

    ·         ECS / ECLSS New Ground Coolant System Team for the successful design, manufacture, installation, test and checkout of the new ground coolant system for the support of OV103 FLT25 (STS-90), 1998

    ·         Assured Shuttle Availability Vehicle Conditioning & Fluids Team for developing the ASA Vulnerability Assessments and Systems Definition Study, and their support of Funding Justification Reviews, 1992

    ·         Mechanical Design Team for design and implementation of Return to Flight Mechanical Systems Modifications for LC-39 Launch Pads A & B, 1990

    ·         Pressure Vessel / System Certification Team, 1987

    ·         Spacelab I Engineering Design and Development Team, 1984

     

    Professional Licenses

     

    State of Florida Licensed Professional Engineer

    1991-present

     

    Security

    Clearance

     

    During the Lockheed years at KSC I held a Secret Level DOD Clearance.

    Software Skills

     

    CAD: NX, Pro-E, Micro Station;  Fluid Analysis:  AFT Fathom, Arrow, and Impulse;  Web Development:  Dreamweaver


     

    Professional Memberships

     

    American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME);  Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA);  Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA);  Brevard Aviation Association

    Interests

    Avid and Accomplished Aviator:

    ·         Flying since I was 14 years old.  Soloed when I was 16. Private Pilot License earned at 17.  Commercial earned at 19.

    ·         In college I designed and built a powered hang glider for my senior project.

    ·         Certified Flight Instructor and Instrument Instructor.   I have taught over 100 people how to fly. 

    ·         I have a Multi Engine Rating.

    ·         I have flown over 300 children through the EAA Young Eagles Program, a volunteer program designed to give interested young people an opportunity to go flying in a general aviation airplane.



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