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     Date Submitted:17-02-2013
     Last Modified:20-02-2013 (03:02)
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     Current job:Senior Stress Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsPhysics and Material Engineer with wide experience



    Born in:                    Madrid, 11/15/1980        




    2004               Bachelor in Science (Physics),Autonomous University of Madrid (UAM).


    2007              Bachelor in Science (Materials Engineer),Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM).  


    2009              University expert in current techniques of Fracture Analysis and Fatigue Resistance in Engineering Mechanics and Aeronautics, National University of Distance Education (UNED).



    • From 2007 – To 2012           Senior Stress Engineer / Materials Engineer


    At the moment I am working as a Senior Stress Engineer in General Dynamics European Land Systems Santa Bárbara Sistemas in the Calculus and Simulation Department. Moreover, I am a Materials Engineer working in the Structural and Materials Department as well.

    • From 2010 – To 2013           Senior Stress Engineer / Materials Engineer


    I am working in the SV Program: Development of four variants of tracked armoured vehicles for British Ministry of Defense (UK MoD): Design, calculus and simulation of the Hull structure. Finite element method calculations for global and detailed local structural simulations. Selection of the best welded joint configuration for the main welded hull plates of the Specialist Vehicle from a mine threat point of view taking into account the transient calculation results.


    I have been working in the Pizarro Program for different variants of armoured vehicles as well (Infantry Combat Vehicle Program and Sappers Combat Vehicle Program) for the Spanish Ministry of Defense.

    • From 2009 – To 2010           Stress Engineer / Materials Engineer


    I have worked in the European METEOR Missile Program:  Structural and thermal simulations in the international program of air-to-air missile.


    I have performed structural and thermal simulations for different flight trajectories conditions. He has carried out calculations to determine temperatures map along the thickness for the warhead missile structure. Aeroheating, explosive internal self heating effect and inputs of temperature at the warhead interfaces taken into consideration in the thermal simulations. Calculation of temperature distribution for different lightweight electronic materials and different flight trajectories.


    Lightweight materials selection taking into account the thermal and structural finite element models results.


    I have worked in the APFSDS Projectile Program, performing structural and impact simulations for the Armour-Piercing Fin-Stabilized Discarding Sabot Projectile. Failure criteria included into the simulations.

    • From 2007 – To 2009           Stress Engineer / Materials Engineer


    I have worked in the 155/52 SIAC Howitzer Program: I have performed structural, fatigue and thermal simulations for the main components in the advanced artillery system.


    Structural and fatigue simulations for the most stressed components. Buckling behaviour and thermal calculations for different artillery system components.




    • Final project degree for AIRBUS Spain (BAITA project) carried out in the Materials Department of the Polytechnic University of Madrid: “Impact behaviour of composites materials reinforced with carbon fibers and glass/carbon hybrid fibers”. Record obtained: Distinction (mark:10).


    • Invited Speaker in the XI Materials Conference in the Carlos III University of Madrid: “Materials in the center of our activity as Engineers”.


    • Spanish team member performing structural and thermal simulations for the European METEOR Missile Program for the UK Ministry of Defense.


    • SV Program: Development of four variants of tracked armoured vehicles for British Ministry of Defense (UK MoD).




    • Course of “Welded Joints” in the facilities of General Dynamics Santa Bárbara Sistemas and in AIMEN Technological Center.
    • Course of Calculus and Simulation: “ANSYS environment: Advanced Contacts: Joints and Bolts” run by INGECIBER, S.A.
    • Course of Multibody simulation of Tracked Armoured Vehicles: “Recurdyn/General and Recurdyn/TrackHM” given by Dr.-Ing. Frank Faβbender of FunctionBay GmbH.
    • Course of “Mechanical Computer Aid Design. CATIA advanced V5”.
    • Course of “Technical expert in Analysis of Aeronautical Structures by Finite Element Method”. Part 1: Design with CATIA V5 CAD. Part 2: Calculation with Finite Element Method with CATIA V5. Part 3: Calculation with Finite Element Method with NASTRAN-PATRAN. Run by FOINDESA.
    • Course of “C++ Programming Computer and JAVA” run by Polytechnic University of Madrid.
    • Course of “Technology and Industrial Laser applications” run by Laser Center of the Polytechnic University of Madrid.
    • Highest degree in English in the “Official School of Languages of Spain”.




    Operating Systems:  Windows 98, 2000, XP.


    Programming Languages:  Matlab, Microsoft Visual C++, Java and Fortram 90


    Software Applications:


    • Design Software: CATIA V5 and Pro-Engineer.
    • Calculation Software: ANSYS 14.0, FEM with CATIA V5,
    • Nastran – Patran, Abaqus and AUTODYN.




    • Microsoft Office Excel, Microsoft Office PowerPoint, Origin and KaleidaGraph.


    • Microsoft Office Word: Wide experience in preparing technical reports of finite element method simulations.




    Spanish:Native speaker.







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