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     Date Submitted:07-09-2013
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     Current job:Stress Engineer - Aerospace Research Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsHypersonic Aerothermodynamics: Aero-Thermodynamic study of Space vehicles using DSMC codes, FLUENT * Aerospace Structure: DFEM - GFEM creation, Strength Static Validation using Patran/Nastran, HyperMesh, HyperView, Jet, Isami and Excel macros creation
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    Stress Engineer at Rücker Aerospace GmbH

    Aerospace Research Engineer - collaboration with DLR and UNINA

    University  Education

    • Dates (from – to)

    Title of qualification awarded

     

    October 2008 – November 2011

    Ph.D. in  “Aerospace Engineering

    • Name and type of organisation providing education and training

     

    University of Naples Federico II,

    Engineering faculty

     

    • Final Marks

     

    Excellent

     

    • Dates (from – to)

     

    August 29, 2011 – October 31, 2011

     

     

         

    • Name and type of organisation providing education and training

     

    Visiting Ph. D. studentat the Department of Aerospace Engineering,

    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA

     

    • Dates (from – to)

     

    October 2000 –  May 22, 2008

     

    • Name and type of organisation providing education and training

     

    University of Naples Federico II, Engineering faculty, Degree (BA+MA) in Aerospace Engineering

     

    • Principal subjects / Occupational skills covered

     

    Aerodynamics, Hypersonic Aerothermodynamics, Aircraft and Spacecraft Propulsion, Aircraft Design, Dynamics and Control of Spacecraft

     

    • Final Marks

     

    110/110 with honours (average mark exams: 29.8/30)

     

     

    Remarkable Research

    Experiences

     

     

     

    • Name and address of employer

     

    German Aerospace Center(DLR), Germany

    University of Naples “Federico II”, Italy

        

    • Dates (from – to)

     

    January 2013 – Today

     

    • Main activities and responsibilities

     

    Study about the Aerodynamic behaviour of SpaceLiner 7.1

    •   Simulation with the particle code 3D-Direct simulation Monte Carlo and application of the Wilmoth Bridging formula.

    SpaceLiner, designed by DLR,is visionary, extremely fast passenger transportation concept, it should be able to fly the distance from Sydney to Western Europe, carrying 50 passengers. in no more than 90 minutes

    For more information about SpaceLiner an article appeared on Lufthansa magazine of February 2013 (pages 68-71): http://www.lhm-lounge.de/lh_1302_interkonti/lh_1302_inter_doppel.pdf

     

         

    • Name and address of employer

     

    Italian Aerospace Research Center (CIRA), Italy

    German Aerospace Center(DLR), Germany

      

    Dates (from – to)

     

    November 2010 – November 2012

     

    • Main activities and responsibilities

     

    Study of DLR vehicle in low density regime Low-Density Effects on Suborbital Flight (DSMC Validation and Simulations)- FAST20XX project

    •   Demonstration and validation of the numerical tools able to predict aero-thermal loads acting on a space re-entry vehicle at high altitude conditions. Characterization of the DLR low density wind tunnel V2G and aerodynamic analysis of the available model of a lifting body.

    •   Study of the high altitude effects to the future hypersonic re-entry vehicle SpaceLiner 4.

     

    Work Experience

     

     

     

    • Name and address of employer

     

    Rücker Aerospace GmbH –

    HTP-Helikopter Technologie Park
    Dr Ludwig BölkowStraße 1D-86609 Donauwörth

     

    • Dates (from – to)

     

    March 1, 2013 – Today

     

    • Main activities and responsibilities

     

    Strength Static Validation for all structure parts of the A350-900XWB After Cargo Door (ACD), Bulk Cargo Door (BCD) and Forward Cargo Door (FCD), in collaboration with Korean Air

    Damage Tolerance Analysis, Plain Strength Analysis, Joint Strength Analysis, Buckling Analysis, Unfolding Analysis

    using  MSC Patran/Nastran, HyperMesh, HyperView,Jet, Isami and creation of Excel macros

     

     

    External training: “HyperMesh & HyperView”,

    by Altair,

    Böblingen – Germany,June 10-13 2013

     

     

    • Name and address of employer

     

    Premium AEROTEC GmbH

    on behalf of GECI International

    Haunstetter Str. 225,86179 Augsburg

     

     

    • Dates (from – to)

     

    October 15, 2012 – February 22, 2013

     

    • Main activities and responsibilities

     

    Request  For Design Rework,using Excel sheets

    Side Shell Section 16-18 Bracket Stress Calculation, using  MSC Patran/Nastran and Isami Tools, (Checker activity)

    ISAMI internal Trainingabout: Transverse Assembly (Composite Frame), Damage Tolerance Analysis, Filled Hole Analysis, Bolted Joint 1D Analysis, Panel Buckling Analysis, Open Hole Analysis, Tension Fitting, Static Lug Analysis, Metallic Panel Energetic Rayleigh Ritz Analysis, Plane Super Stiffener Sizing.  November 5-9, 2012

     

    • Name and address of employer

     

    GECI international GmbH

    Hanna-Kunath-Strasse 4, 28199 Bremen

     

    • Dates (from – to)

     

    April 10, 2012 – October 12, 2012

     

    • Main activities and responsibilities

     

    Hand calculation for A350 Pax Door surround unloaded brackets, A400M bracket impact on primary structure calculation, mechanical brackets stress report, using  MSC Patran/Nastran and Excel sheets  

     

     

    External training: “CATIA V5 FOR STRESSMAN”,

    by EADS Learning Services,

    Hamburg – Germany,September 24-26 2012

     

     

    • Name and address of employer

     

    Aerosoft S.p.A

    Centro Direzionale, 80143. Naples, Italy.

     

    • Dates (from – to)

     

    November 28, 2011 – March 30, 2012

     

    • Main activities and responsibilities

     

    A350 XWB-MLGB: Static Analysis of some component for the Main Landing Gear Bay (Central Pressurized Floor and Bulkhead),: more specifically DFEM creation and simulation of External seat rail using MSC Patran/Nastran;           Lug analysis for Z-strut and Y-strut using the Isami Tools.

    Piaggio P1XX: Stress Analysis on P1XX Central and Rear Fuselage Structure. Update of the complete 3D GFEM Model, using MSC Patran/Nastran

     

    Personal skill and competences

     

     

     

    Mother Tongue

     

    Italian

     

     

     

    Other languages

     

    English: advanced;   German: beginner

    LANGUAGE COUSES:

    English:

    • Upper Intermediate, EF International Language Schools,

       Manchester,  July 4, 2011 – August 12, 2011

    •  Advanced and Business, Wall Street Institute,

        Bremen/Munich,  July 23, 2012 – January 23, 2013

    German:

    •  Beginner, inlingua Augsburg | Sprachschule und Sprachkurse

        Augsburg,  April 30, 2013 – Today

    Social skills and competences

     

     

    Strong will. Self-confidence. Flexibility and acceptance, work confidently within a group. Willing to learn fast and to embrace new challenges. Successfully adaptation to situations & environments changing. Determination to persevere through difficult situations. Available to travel   

     

    Computer skills

     

     

     

    Engineering Software: MSC Nastran/Patran, ISAMI, HyperMesh & HyperView   

    Catia V5, Matlab, Tecplot, Fluent, Gambit, Rhinoceros

    Programming Languages: C/C++, Fortran, able to create Excel Macros

    Operating Systems: DOS, Windows OS

    Microsoft Applications: Word, Excel, Power Point.

    Further  Information

     

    Participation to

     

     

     

             

     

    Couses:

     

     

     

     

     

     

    •    “Aircraft Structures Design and Analysis” byMichael Mohaghegh, Mark S. Ewing

    University of Kansas Aerospace Short Course, Orlando, Florida November 11-15, 2013

     

       

     

     

    •    “Scructural Analysis MSC Nastran/Patran” byAlmatech Software, Centro direzionale, Napoli November 21-25, 2011

     

       

     

     

    •    “General 3-D DSMC Codes with Emphasis on NASA’s DSMC Analysis Code (DAC)”  by G. J. LeBeau, F. E. Lumpkin of NASA Johnson Space CenterSanta Fe, New Mexico, USA, September  25, 2011

     

           

     

    Congresses:   

     

     

     

     

     

     

    •     “28th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics”, Escuela de Ingenieros de

           la Universidad de Zaragoza, Spain, July 9-13, 2012

     

    •    “Direct Simulation Monte Carlo 2011: Theory, Methods, and Applications (DSMC11)”,

           Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA,September 26-29, 2011

     

    •    “27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics”, Asilomar Conference

          Grounds  Pacific Grove, California, USA July 10-15, 2010

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Workshops:

     

     

     

     

     

    •      FAST20XX Final Presentation MeetingInstitute of Space Systems, (DLR), Bremen,            Germany,November 27 - 29, 2012

     

    •      3rd SpaceLiner Design Workshop Institute of Space Systems, (DLR), Bremen,                   Germany,August 2-3, 2012

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Journal

    Publications

     

     

     

     

    L. Morsa, G. Zuppardi, R. Votta, A. Schettino

    Influence of Chemical Models on the Heat Flux for Expert and Orion capsules

    To appear on Journal of Aerospace Engineering, 2013

     

    G.Zuppardi, L.Morsa

    Evaluation of non-equilibrium by the Crocco Theorem

    Journal of Aerospace Engineering, Vol.225 Part G, N.9, 2011, pp 985-994

     

    G.Zuppardi, L.Morsa, F. Romano

    Influence of chemical models on the computation of thermo-dynamic parameters in hypersonic, rarefied flow

    Journal of Aerospace Engineering, Vol.224 Part G, N.6, 2010, pp 637-646

     

     

    Conference 

    Publications

     

     

    L. Morsa, G. Festa and G. Zuppardi

        Sensitivity Analysis of the Gupta and Park Chemical Models on the Heat  

        Flux by DSMC and CFD Codes

        Proceedings of the 28th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics

        (RGD28), Zaragozza (Spain), July 2012

     

    R. Votta, M. Marini, L. Morsa, G. Fels, G. Zuppardi, T. Schwanekamp and M. Sippel

       Analysis of Low-Density Effects in Suborbital Flight of FAST20XX,

       Proceedings of the 28th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics

       (RGD28), Zaragozza (Spain), July 2012

     

    R. Votta, G. Ranuzzi, M. Marini, L. Morsa, G. Fels, T. Schlegat and

       K. Hannemann,

       Numerical and Experimental Analysis of Low-Density Effects in Suborbital Flight of FAST20XX,

       43rd AIAA Thermophysics Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana (USA), AIAA-2012-3107, June 2012

     

    G.Zuppardi, L.Morsa

    Effects of the Chemical Models by Park and by Gupta on Thermo-Fluid-Dynamic Parameters in Continuum Low Density Regime

    Direct Simulation Monte Carlo 2011: Theory, Methods, and Applications (DSMC11) September 2011. Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA,

     

    L. Morsa, G. Zuppardi, A. Schettino, R. Votta

    Analysis of Local Bridging Formulae in Transitional Regime

    Proceedings of the 27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD27), Pacific Grove (USA), July 2010

     

    G. Zuppardi, L. Morsa, A. Schettino, R. Votta

    Analysis of Aero-Thermodynamic Behaviour of EXPERT Capsule in Transitional Regime

    Proceedings of the 27th International Symposium on Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD27), Pacific Grove (USA), July 2010

     

    Publications in

    Preparation

     

     

    L. Morsa and G. Zuppardi

        Influence of Ionization for the Gupta and the Park Chemical models

        to be  presented at Proceedings of the 28th International Symposium on     

        Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD29), Xi'an  (China), July 2014

     

     

    G. Zuppardi, L. Morsa , T. Schwanekampand M. Sippel

    Aero-Thermo-Dynamic Analysis of Spaceliner vehicle in High Altitude Flight

        to be  presented at Proceedings of the 28th International Symposium on     

        Rarefied Gas Dynamics (RGD29), Xi'an  (China), July 2014

     



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