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     Date Submitted:24-12-2012
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     Current job:Spacecraft / Antennas Structure and Stress ENgineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
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    EDUCATION

     

    2003 - 2008       Polytechnic School University  Montréal, Québec/Canada

    Mechanical Engineering Master Degree

    1992 - 1996       Laval University                        Ste-Foy, Québec/Canada

    Mechanical Engineering Degree

    1989 - 1992       CEGEP de Victoriaville       Victoriaville, Québec/Canada

    Pure and Applied Science Diploma

    1984 - 1989       Collège d’Arthabaska           Arthabaska, Québec/Canada

    High School Diploma

    Expérience professionnelle

     

    April 2012 - ...                     MDA Aerospace                                                  Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue

    Spacecraft - Stress and Structure Engineer

    ·         Vibration / Stress analysis of spacecraft antennas, reflector and payload using NX Nastran;

    May 2011 - ...                     Rolls Royce Canada – Energy Division                                Dorval

    Gas Turbine - Research and Technology Design / Stress and Whole Engine Modelling Engineer

    ·         Development of combustion components using Ceramic Matrix Composite;

    ·         Engine preliminary design concept development for future industrial gas turbine;

    Sept 2009 - ...                     Rolls Royce Canada – Energy Division                                Dorval

    Gas Turbine - Stress and Whole Engine Modelling (WEM) Engineer

    ·         Industrial Trent LCGO - WEM Analysis (External load analysis) using Patran / Nastran;

    ·         Industrial Trent Exhaust Case – Thermo-mechanical Analysis / WEM Analysis (External load analysis) using Patran / Nastran ;

    ·         H63 Intermediate Casing – Thermo-mechanical Analysis;

    ·         RB211 G, Gzero and GT – Shaft component lifing;

    Août 2003 –  Sept 2009     Rolls Royce Canada – Energy Division                                Dorval

    Gas Turbine - Mechanical designer

    ·         Industrial Trent WLE/DLE Exhaust Case – Design and Development of an assembly method for large size casing by welded segments in order to reduce manufacturing costs (60% cost reduction) ; Including thermo-mechanical / external loads stress analysis and modal analysis ;

    ·         Industrial Trent WLE/DLE Engine Mounts – Design and Development of two (2) engine mounts produce by sand cast in order to reduce manufacturing costs (40% cost reduction); Including thermo-mechanical / external loads stress analysis and modal analysis ;

    ·         Industrial Trent WLE/DLE LPBOV – Kinematic analysis of the Low Pressure Bleed off Valves actuation system;

    ·         Industrial Trent WLE/DLE Plenum – Design and Development of a bleed duct in order to improve surge margin performance and reduce cost (40% cost reduction);

    ·         Industrial Trent WLE/DLE Borescope plugs – Design and Vibration analysis in order to eliminate a friction-wear issue;

    ·         Industrial Trent WLE/DLE HP/IPT Labyrinth Seals – Validation of a labyrinth seal by vibration analysis to avoid acoustic excitation and flutter;

     

     

    March 2001 – ...  Rolls Royce Canada  – Energy Division                     Dorval

    Quality Engineer

    I have planned and led the implementation of a quality system. I have also defined key performance indicators for the engineering department.

    February 2000 –  …   René Matériaux Composites     St-Ephrem-de -Beauce

    Product Integrity Engineer

    I was responsible for the product quality of 2 plants, manufacturing fiber glass components for the heavy truck industry including the management of non-conformities and warranty claims. I have also led problem solving team using 6 sigma tools (DMAIC, Flowcharts, and Fishbones).

    August 1999 –  …    Modelex                                                     Québec

    Project Leader

    Plan and implement the production management software « Visual Manu-facturing ».

    Sept 1996 –  …    Précitech                                                         Québec

    Project Leader – Quality Manager

    I have led product management of metal powder components used by the automotive industry. Implementation of a ISO9001-QS9000 quality system.

    compétences

     

     

    Finite Element Analysis: PATRAN, NASTRAN, ANSYS, AFGROW,

                                         NASGROW, NX NASTRAN

    3D Model Creation:  CADDS 5X, UG NX 8.0, CATIA V5R17

    Others software: MATLAB, MICROSOFT OFFICE

    Fluent in English and French

    Affiliations

     

     

    Member of the « Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec ».

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