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     Date Submitted:10-08-2013
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     Current job:Thermo-Mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
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     Date available:within a month
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    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    Dates (from – to): August 2009 - Present

    Name of Employer: LIDAX Ingeniería.

    Sector: Space Engineering

    Position Held: Thermo-Mechanical Engineer

     

    Main Activities and Responsibilities

     

    Main activities:

    * To build FEM models from early project phases and update them during the whole project according to test results and design changes.

    * To perform structural analyses; static and dynamic analyses.

    * To design the thermal control system and to build TMM from early project phases and update them during the whole project according to test results and design changes.

    * To perform the corresponding thermal analyses; steady-state and transient.

    * To support the design team with the following activities:

          - To propose design modifications to the CAD team to assure the correct structural and thermal behavior and performances based on the analyses explained above and/or hand calculations.

          - To define the mechanical and thermal interfaces altogether with the design team

    * To support the test team with the following activities:

         - Mechanical Tests:

                      - To define the sizing parameters for the MGSE

                      - To define critical locations for test instrumentation (i.e. accelerometers).

                      - To check during tests execution that the equipment behaves as expected

    * To issue documentation covering the following aspects:

                       - Structural analyses, thermal analyses and design justification documents

                       - Trade-off analyses covering different design options

    * To participate, actively, in program progress meetings and milestones meetings

     

    Responsibilities:

    Analysis Responsible / System Engineer (Oct’12 – Present). DLG for ESA. Development of a family of Dry Lubricated Gearboxes for ESA.

    Structural Analysis Responsible/Support to Vibration Tests Activities (Oct’11-Present). CAS for CRISA Development of the Mechanical Bench Assembly for the Co-Alignment Sensor of the ATLID Instrument of ESA EarthCare mission

    Reviewer of RLS Units Structural Analysis Documentation (Oct ’11). 005 for CAB-INTA Concept Design Review for RAMAN Laser Spectrometer.

    System Engineer/ Thermal Analysis Responsible (July’11 – Feb’12). ISI for SENER Development of a Focal Plane Assembly for ISSIS instrument of World Space Observatory mission.

    Thermal Analysis Responsible (July’11 – Present). JEM for SENER Analysis of the JEM-EUSO IR Camera.

    Program Manager/System Engineer/Structural Analysis Responsible (April’11 – Sep’11). ICB for IRAP. Thermo-structural analyses of the Internal Control & Excitation Unit (ICEU) Electronic Box part of RAMAN Laser Spectrometer Instrument. Rover Module for Exomars Mission.

    Program Manager/System Engineer/Structural Analysis Responsible (2010 – Oct ’12). EXA for INTA. Thermo-Mechanical Analysis for EXOMARs Laser.

    Structural Analysis Responsible / Support to Test Activities (Oct’10 – March’11). HRU for EADS CASA Espacio Release tool in thermal vacuum for HRS Galileo.

    Structural Analysis Responsible/Thermal Analysis (2009 – 2011). PLT PLATO FPA for CAB. Feasibility study of the Focal Plane Assembly for PLATO instrument for ESA Cosmic Vision 2015-2025.

    Structural Analysis Responsible/Support to Vibration Test Activities (2009 – 2012). Coarse Lateral Sensor. Development of an Optical Coarse Lateral Sensor Breadboard for ESA Satellites Formation Flying.

    Structural Analysis Responsible/Support to Vibration Test Activities (2009 – Present). MIXS FPA for CAB. Focal Plane Assembly for MIXS instrument of ESA BEPI COLOMBO satellite.

     

    Dates (from – to): Oct 2008 – July 2009

    Name  of Employer: LIDAX Ingeniería.

    Sector: Space Engineering

    Position Held: Internship in the Analysis department

     

    Main Activities and Responsibilities

    My main duty during the internship was to support the structural analysis responsible of space programs with the following activities:

    * To build FEM models, perform FEM checks and FEM Analysis

    * To perform bolted joint analyses and hand calculations

    * To issue documentation

     

    Dates: July 2008

    Name of Employer: Spanish Air Army

    Sector: Defense

    Position Held: Internship

     

    Main Activities and Responsibilities

    Labour experience acquired in the Spanish Air Army with the following activities:

    * Working in the field of aircrafts and engines maintenance

    * Working with the EUROFIGHTER TYPHOON aircraft


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