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     Date Submitted:09-09-2014
     Last Modified:09-09-2014 (01:49)
    Job information
     Current job:Mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSatellite Structure Finite Element Analysis and Design using Patran/Nastran and HyperWorks - FEM models, FEM Analysis - Static and Dynamic, Stress - fiber Composites/methalic and lightweight construction principles.
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    Date of birth

    10 February 1985

     

     

    Personal Statement

    A Aeronautical Engineer graduate from the University of Beira Interior, Portugal. I have skills and knowledge essential for dynamic and static structural analysis, detailed and global FEMs in composites and lightweight structures.

    Started work in Altran Technologies Spain, an international group offering innovation and high-tech engineering consulting, in 2008 as Stress Engineer. Here I started developing my professional career and learned most of the software I currently use.

    Mid 2011 joined RUAG Space, which is the leading space company in Switzerland, as Development Engineer in the Business Unit Structures.

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Desired employment / Occupational field

    Structural Engineer / Stress Engineer

     

     

    Work experience

     

     

     

    Dates

    15/08/2011 to present ( >2 years)

    Occupation or position held

    Stress/Mechanical Engineer

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Analysis Responsible and Analysis Engineer:

    -     Lead and coordinate all mechanical analysis tasks as analysis responsible in projects

    -     Define the analysis tasks to be performed and the necessary level of detail in close co-operation with the Technical Responsible of the project and the line manager of the Mechanical Engineering group

    -     Review and realise of manufacturing and engineering drawings

    -     Cooperates with the design, materials & processes, and testing departments with regard to cost-effective and timely technical solutions

    -     Evaluate technical specifications, interface documents and any inputs to perform mechanical analysis activities

    -     Create mechanical models (FEM) and perform structure-mechanical analysis activities

    -     Review and perform strength analysis of structures

    -     Perform fatigue and damage tolerance analysis

    -     Perform predictions and correlations for Static and Dynamic Tests

    -     Review and elaborate technical reports / presentations regarding mechanical analysis

    -     Participate in meetings and reviews and present my to the customer

    -     Contribute actively to the improvement of expertise and efficiency of the Mechanical Engineering Department

    -     Control budget and schedule of mechanical analysis activities

    -     Answer RIDs

    -     Supervision of subcontractors and create RIDs regarding mechanical analysis

     

    Projects involved:

    -     Small GEO Telecommunication Satellite Structure Subsystem

    -     Solar Orbiter – Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Structure

    Name and address of employer

    RUAG – Zurich, Switzerland

    Type of business or sector

    Space Division

     

     

    Work experience

     

     

     

    Dates

    14/10/2008 to 29/07/2011  ( >2 years)

    Occupation or position held

    Stress Engineering

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Analysis Engineer :

    -     Carry out full range of structural analyses and investigations, including evaluation, selection of technical options, and prepare supporting reports

    -     Carry out structural analysis investigations into a full range of problems using classical calculations and analytical tools

    -     Produce estimates and identify risks associated with structural analysis

    -     Make engineering decisions within own sphere of responsibility and delegated authority

    -     Prepare technical documents of structural analysis activities

    Projects:

    -     Structural analysis of PDR & CDR FSAs for ASTRA 2 EFG and 5G;

    -     MECHANICAL TEST PREDICTION of ASTRA 2 FSA;

    -     A350 XWB - WING TRAILING EDGE;

    -     A350XWB-900 BELLY FAIRING PANELS;

    -     Mechanical Analysis of CSO RIU;

    -     Thermo-Elastic Analysis of O3B Filter;

    -     Thermo-Elastic Analysis of KU PASSIVE EQUIPMENT (LOUTCH-5A);

    -     Mechanical Analysis  Proximity PAN AB (HR EOS);

    -     Mechanical Analysis of KA BAND DIPLEXER FILTER (W6A);

    -     Mechanical Analysis of PAN PE W (SEOPSAT electronic part);

    -     Mechanical Analysis of LORAL;

    -     Mechanical Analysis of AlphaBUS PSCU Unit;

    -     MECHANICAL TEST PREDICTION of W3C-A;

    -     mechanical analysis of AMAZONAS3 PDR-CDR;

    -     STRUCTURAL Analysis SAILING;

    -     Mechanical Analysis of METALIC PALLET;

    -     DEVELOPMENT OF A TEST TOOL;

    -     Mechanical Analysis of msi v-feem Unit;


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