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    Senior Aero-Mechanical Engineer

    Nationality: Indonesian

    Personal Profile

    Profile:Senior Consultant,Lecture Assistant,SeniorProject Engineer-Aerospace with almost 30 years’ experiencein Aerospace-related fields, i.e. Projects in Industry, Academia, and Government Institutions, for both Civil and Military. This includes all aspects of Project Management, Commercial and Business Development. 

     

    Objective:  To apply my knowledge in a context that will use my Technical/Engineering skills, Organisation and Management as well as my Academic background.

     

    Present Main Occupation: Managing Director/Senior Consultant, Jakarta Aerospace –JAe

    Availability

    Contract/Full-time/Permanent; Notice: 4-6 Weeks. 

    Skills Summary

    Specialist Knowledge/Skills and Abilities: Diversity of skills in Aerodynamics [Analytical, Experimental Techniques, CFD]; Skill in Engineering Design (2D/3D-CAD with 'Solid Edge', FEA, CATIA v.5, ‘Fluent’-CFD); Skills in Matlab, Mathcad and Labview; Skills in Manufacturing Method and Process; Skills in Project Management:  Project, Planning, Scheduling, Budgeting, Cost Control and Negotiation.  Skill in Organisation Management; Skills in Computing (Windows OS XP/Windows 7; all Microsoft Office Applications: Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Outlook], Project Management Tools: Microsoft/MS- Project, Prince2 Methodology & Frameworks.

    Miscl: International [UK] and Indonesia Driving Licences.       -

     

    Career History

    January 2008 – Present

    Managing Director/Senior Consultant at Jakarta Aerospace [JAe].

    Main Achievements/Completed Aerospace Projects – [related to Aerodynamic]:   

    ·          Technical Assessment for “Indonesian Army - Special Force requirement for “Indoor Skydiving Facility – Vertical Wind Tunnel”. Partnership with Local Private Company; March 2013. Project Value: ~$1,000.000-~$2,000,000.

    ·          Technical and Commercial Proposal, Project Engineering and Management for ‘An Assessment and Re-Utilization of Indonesian Low-Speed Wind Tunnel [ILST/LAGG] for ‘K-FX/IFX’ [Korea-Indonesia Exp.Fighter] Wind Tunnel Testing Program in ILST/LAGG. June 2011 – 2012. Project Value: ~$400,000.-

    ·          Technical and Commercial Proposal: Selection and Specification of VTOL and Related System for Maritime Surveillance [for International Client]. June 2011

    ·          Technical and Commercial Proposal: Selection and Specification of State-of-the-Art Fixed-Wing UAVand Related System [for International Client]. May 2011

    ·          Technical Evaluation Stage: Multi- UAV ‘Hardware-In-Loop’ [HIL] Software for UAV Research Center – Malaya University, March 2010. Total Projects Value: ~$25, 000.

    ·         Specification Design, Procurement, Project Management, Installation and Application of Aerospace Tests Facility and Equipment [for International Client].  The Facility is for Experimental Aerodynamic Laboratory [Tri-sonic Wind Tunnel]; and the equipment are for ‘Turbine Powered Simulator’; Aircraft Structural and Vibration Tests. These include related Software’s.

    Projects temporary postponed. Sept. 2010.  Est. Total Projects Value: ~$2,650,000.

    • Specification Design, Procurement, Installation and Application of Aerospace Eng. Software’sfor the Office of Aero-Gas Dynamics and Vibration Lab. [LAGG-BPPT].  The Engineering Software’s are: Computational Fluid Dynamics [CFD] Software ‘Fluent®’; ‘’RMXprt’, ‘WASP’, and ‘P-Spice’.  Completed – Dec. 2008. Total Projects Value: ~$200,000.

     

     

     

    January 2005 – 30th December 2007

    Project Manager/Consultant – Aeromechanical Construction Projects at Jakarta Aerospace, Ltd.

    Main Achievements/Completed Project Consultations:   

    • Design, Construction, Calibration and Project Management of: Transonic Wind Tunnel Facility for Scale Rocket Aerodynamic Testing Development National Laboratory for Aeronautics and Space - [LAPAN] Jakarta. Period: April 2005 - May 2006. Total Projects Value: ~$600,000.
    • Design, Construction, Functional Tests, and Project Management of :
      Low and High Speeds UAV, Ground Stations, Motion Simulators, Mock-up for Wing & Tail Deployment Research for Missile Application, and Telemetry System - National Laboratory for Aeronautics and Space - [LAPAN] Jakarta - 2007. Total Projects Value: ~$825,000.

     

    From 18/2 /02- 11/04:

     

    ·  Tutorial Assistant to Aero/Auto Undergraduate Student.  Loughborough University-UK

    Module: 01TTA003 Fluid Mechanics [Part of the job as PhD Research Student in Aerodynamics]

    ·  MSc. Thesis Supervisory Assistant: Experimental Aerodynamics Works; Loughborough University-UK

    From 1st December 2001 – 30th November 2004

    Aerodynamics Research Staff [PhD Research]– Aeronautical Eng. - Loughborough Univ.–UK.

     

    Job/Task: An Experimental Investigation and CFD Assessment for the Aerodynamics of Battle Damage Finite Aspect Ratio Wing.

     

    Research Objectives:To determine how span-wise location of single hole simulating gunfire damage influences the aerodynamic characteristics of a finite aspect ratio wing.

     

    Skills needed:  Design of the wind tunnel experiment; Manufacture of model; Use of ‘Fluent’ – Computational Fluid Dynamics [CFD] code to determine wind tunnel corrections and modelling the experiments; Wind tunnel testing and Analysis of model to obtain undamaged (baseline) data incl. comparisons with published data; Wind tunnel testing and Analysis of model with single hole damage to produce aerodynamics coefficient increments; Production of Journal Paper.

    Achievements/Improvements made:  Analysis of experimental aerodynamics data and CFD Assessment.

     

    From 1 December 1982 – 30 November 2001

     

    Senior Engineer - Project Aerodynamics – Indonesian Aerospace Inc. [IAe], Bandung – Indonesia.

    Project Leader for new aircraft development [Projects Aerodynamics].  This include Design and Manufacturing of Wind Tunnel Models and Wind Tunnel Facilities Assessment

     

    Responsibilities: Project Engineer of wind tunnel testing incl. preparation, conducting, and reporting of wind tunnel tests. 

     

    Skills needed: Project Management concepts and techniques; Knowledge of the tools associated with project planning and cost and performance analysis.

     

    Achievements: [International Assignments and Job Accomplishment] - [Related to Aerodynamic]:

     

    In the period of 1983-2001: More than fifteen years extensive and diverse experience and at least twenty International Assignments that related to Project Aerodynamics; Design/Manufacturing of Wind Tunnel Models and its related Wind Tunnel Facilities; and Project Management. These jobs were accomplished in Europe [CASA-Spain, NLR-Amsterdam, ONERA-France, DERA-UK, DAP-UK, DASA-Germany, and VTI-Belgrade Yugoslavia] as well as in the United States [Boeing-Seattle; TDI Dayton-Ohio, NASA Lewis Research Centre]. 

     

    Typical Jobs and International assignments: [Related to Aerodynamic]

    [With Partners and Customers]

     

    ·          03/1999 – 06/2000:‘Project Leader’ at ‘Aeronautical Institute-Belgrade’ (VTI), Belgrade-Yugoslavia. Job accomplishment: Final Design Review; Acceptance/Check out and Wind Tunnel Tests execution for 3D Clean Wing and large Power-on Half Modelof IAe N2130 (1st jet- program) at ONERA-F1 & S1 – France.

     

    ·          01/1997 – 06/1997: Test Engineer’ at NASA – (LeRC) Cleveland-Ohio USA. Job accomplishment: Initial design, Manufacturing, Technical Review and Wind Tunnel Icing Tests executionfor the Implementation of N250-100 Icing Certification tested at NASA Icing Research Tunnel.

     

    ·          07/1992 – 08/1993: ‘Project Leader & Test Engineer’ at Dowty Aerospace Propeller (DAP), Gloucester-Cheltenham; UK and Aerospace Research Association (ARA) - Bedford-UK. Job accomplishment:  Props. Blades Design, Mfg., Inspection and Wind Tunnel Power-on Tests executionof N250 at DAP. This includes Propeller Test House Activities: Structural. Integrity, Dynamic Characteristics Vibration Monitoring and Balancing. 

    ·          10/1990 – 11/1990:‘Project Leader’ at Aerodynamic Research Labs. ‘Boeing –BCAC, Seattle. Job accomplishment: Design Review for the Design and Manufacturing of IAe N250 wind tunnel model; and as ‘Test Engineer’for the Wind Tunnel Tests execution at Indonesian Low Speed Wind Tunnel _ILST.

     

    ·          8/1989 – 10/1990:‘Project Leader & Test Engineer’ at National Aerospace Lab. (NLR). Job accomplishment: Initial Works, Final Design Review (FDR), Acceptance/Check–out and Wind Tunnel Tests execution for IAe N250 at NLR – High Speed Wind Tunnel– HST – Amsterdam.

     

    ·          02/1988 – 03/1988:‘Research Engineer’ at Boeing Commercial Aircraft –Aero Div. Seattle – US. Project: ‘IAe-Boeing Joint Expr. Research Program for Large Half Model’ for ILST Tests execution.

    Education

    November 2004

    PhD - Aerodynamics.  – Aeronautical & Automotive Eng. Department -LoughboroughUniversity – UK

     

    November 1996

    M.Sc. Aerospace Design, Manufacture and Management – Aerospace Eng. Dept.Bristol Univ.-UK

     

    July 1982

    B. Eng/”Ir”[Hons] – Mechanical Engineering -Hasanuddin State University - Indonesia

     

    December 1975 

    High School Certificate in Physics -Pembangunan State High School, Indonesia, Makassar – Indonesia

     

     

    Graduate Trainee [On Job Training] on Aero-elastics & Wind Tunnel Testing Techniques

    ·          06/1993 - 08/1994: Aero-elastics Model Design and Wind Tunnel Flutter Testing Techniques for Indonesian Aerospace [IAe] Test Program; Germany

     

    ·          07/1984 - 07/1986: 'Engineer Trainee' at Inst. fur Stromungsmechanik, Braunschweig Univ. - Germany.  Total 2 years period of 'On Job Training' in the fields of: Wind Tunnel Testing Techniques, Wind Tunnel Model/Basic Instrumentation Design and Manufacturing.

     

    Professional Qualifications and Training [related to Aerodynamics]

       (Non-formal education/qualification)

     

     

    Course title and content

    Organising body

    Date Attended

     

    Aircraft and Aerospace relevant-

    Certification Short Course/Lecture on:

    Consortium:

    Bandung Inst. Technology (ITB); Indonesian Aerospace (IAe); Agency for the Assessment and Appl.Techn. (BPPT)

     

    Period of

    ‘93 to ‘89 :

     

    ·          Flight Performance by Prof. Ruygrok

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-Delft Univ. - Netherlands

    (Jul.’93)

    ·          Airplane Stab. & Control by Prof.Gerlach

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-Delft Univ. - Netherlands

    (Jul.’93)

    ·          Aerodynamics of Wing Section by Prof. Hummel

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-TU Braunsch.-Germany

    Aug.’83

    ·          Structural Mechanics by Prof. M. Jens

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-TU Munchen-Germany

    Aug.’83

    ·          Aerodynamics of the Wing by Prof. Hummel

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-TU Braunsch.-Germany

    March 1984

    ·          Flight Control I by Prof. Brookhaus

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-TU Braunsch.-Germany

    Febr.’85

    ·          Expr. Techn.in Aerodynamics by Prof. Ganzer

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-TU Berlin-Germany

    Mar. 86

    ·          Flight Contr. System Dsgn. II by Prof. Brockhaus

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-TU Braunsch.-Germany

    Jul.’86

    ·          Aeroelasticity by Prof. Forsching-DFVLR

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-TU Braunsch.-Germany

    Jun.’88

    ·          Aeroelasticity  by  Prof. Zwaan

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-Delft Univ. - Netherlands

    Aug.’89

     

     

    Professional Seminars

     

    Organising body

     

     

    1984-1999

     

    ·          'Second Scientific Discussion' on Lab. of Aero Gas Dynamic and Vibration of BPPT (Agency for Assess.and Applic. of Techn.of Indonesia)

    BPPT-IAe

    June 1984

    ·          Missile Aerodynamics by Prof. Gregoriou

    IAe

    Mar.’86

    ·          Effect of Moving Surfaces on the Airfoil Boundary Layer Control  by Prof. Modi

    ITB-IAe

    May ‘88

    ·          'Twenty Seven Years of Aeronautical Institutions of Indonesia'

    ITB-IAe-BPPT

    Dec. ‘88

    ·          Wind Tunnel Test on Half & Full Model  by

           Ir. L.L.Veldhuis

    IAe- Delft Univ.

    Nov.’89

    ·          Aerodynamic Theory, Experimental and Application by ASA-Indonesia

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-ASA (Association of Aerodynamic Specialists)

    Jun.’88

    ·          Aerodynamic Theory, Experimental and Application by ASA-Indonesia

    ITB-IAe-BPPT-ASA (Association of Aerodynamic Specialists)

    Jun.’89

     



     

    Professional Symposiums

     

    Organising body

     

    1986-993

    ·          International Symposium of Aeronautics, Science and Technology of Indonesia/ISASTI, Jakarta

    BPPT-IAe-TU Braunschweigh

    June 1986

    ·          Compressibility Effects of Fluids Flow,

     by Prof. Steiner

    IAe-BPPT

    Mar.’87

    ·          National Symposium on Analysis, Comp. & Testing in Aero-Servo-Elasto-Mechanics, Bandung Institute of Technology-ITB; Bandung

    ITB-IAe-BPPT

    Jun.’89

    ·          National Symposium on Science and Technology in Aeronautical Engineering (SITRA'93), Bandung

    ITB-IAe-BPPT

    Jul.’93

     

     

    Research Project - Past Years [(Relevant to Experimental Aerodynamics/

    Wind Tunnel Tests at Low Speed and Transonic Tunnels)

    No.

    Project Name

    Position in the Project

    Sponsored by

    Date/Year

     

     

    1.

    Tri-sonic Wind Tunnel- Specification Design, Procurement, Project Management, Installation and Application of Aerospace Tests Facility and Equipment, i.e. ‘Turbine Powered Simulator’; Aircraft Structural/ Vibr. & related Software’s.

     

    Project Director

     

    International Client

     

    Sept. 2010

     

     

    2.

    Design, Construction, Calibration and Project Management of: Transonic Wind Tunnel Facility for Scale Rocket Aerodynamic Testing Development Period. Total Projects  

    Project Engineer

    National Lab/ for Aero.& Space-LAPAN] Jakarta.

     

    April 2005

     

     

    3.

    Wind Tunnel Testing Research of Three 3D Models Constant Chord, Swept Variation at IAE Tunnel Facility (NLST), Bandung, Indonesia.

    Lead Eng. Model &

    Tunnel Ops.

    BandungInst.of Techn.(ITB)

     

    1999-2000

     

     

    4.

    Wind Tunnel Testing Research on Aero Stability, Vortex Excitation & Buffeting Response for Asymmetrical Cabled Stayed at IAE Tunnel Facility (NLST), Bandung, Indonesia.

    Lead Eng. Model &

    Tunnel Ops.

    ITB + Ministry of Public Works

     

     

    1999-2000

     

    5.

    Gust Load Alleviation (GLA) Research on Half Wing N250, Scale 1:11.2 at IAE Tunnel Facility (NLST), Bandung, Indonesia..

    Lead Eng. Model &

    Tunnel Ops.

    ITB+ IAe R/D Division

     

    1999-2000

     

    6.

    Joint research on Aerodynamics Activities Based On the Optical Refractor Shadow Interferometer System Visualization at IAE Tunnel Facility (NLST), Bandung, Indonesia.

    Lead Eng. Model &

    Tunnel Ops.

     

    IAE+Dr .Lipkin

    (IAMC/ HNDT (Australia)

     

     

    1999-2000

     

    7

    Propeller Slipstream Research, Joint Research Program, at Indonesian Low Speed Wind Tunnel Facility (ILST), Jkt-Indonesia

    Lead Eng.

    Model

    IAe-Fokker-Tech.Univ.-Delft-ITB

     

    1997

     

    8

    Testing of Three 2D Model—Clmax, Cdmin, and GA(W)1 NASA Supercritical Airfoils at IAe Low Speed Wind Tunnel Facility (NLST), Bandung, Indonesia.

    Lead Eng.

    Model + Tunnel Ops.

    IAE &MHI

    (Mitsubishi Heavy Indust]

     

    1994

     

    9

    Large Half Model-Constant  Wing Chord, Joint Research Program at Indonesian Low Speed Wind Tunnel Facility (ILST), Jakarta-Indonesia

     

    Lead Eng.

    Model

     

    IAe-Boeing-NLR-ILST

    Phase I/II:

    ‘88-89/

    ‘93-94

     

     

    Published International Journal[s] and Conference[s]:

     

    No.

    Title

    Journal/Conference

    Vol. No.

    Date/Year

     

    1.

    Aerodynamics of Battle-Damaged Finite-Aspect-Ratio Wings [An Experimental and CFD Investigations]

    Journal of Aircraft

    Vol.46. No.3

    May-June 2009

     

    2.

     

    Computational Study of a Battle-Damaged Finite-Aspect-Ratio Wings

    30th AIAA Applied Aerodynamic Conference

    Published by

    013-AIAA

    2012-2902-446

    25 - 28 June 2012, New Orleans, Louisiana

     

    Honours and Awards:

    -       Prasetya Mulya Scholarship Award, for B.Eng. Degree in Mechanical Engineering  Hasanuddin University 1977-1982

    -       Dowty Aerospace Propeller Scholarship Award, for M.Sc. Degree in Aerospace Engineering, Bristol University, UK, 1995-1996

    -       Loughborough University Overseas Studentship Award for Ph.D in Aeronautical & Automotive Engineering, UK, 2001-2004

    Affiliations

    6/2014 – Present :

    7/1/97 - Present :      

     

    Associate Member AIAA - Membership ID number 503858

    Member of Aerodynamic Specialist Association-ASA, Indonesia

    Member of Indonesia Engineers Association – PII, Indonesia

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    - if your business is located in France, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you don't have a valid VAT registration number, you will be charged a 20% VAT
    - if your business is located in the EU and you do have a valid VAT registration number, you won't be charged VAT provided you give us your VAT number (mandatory for invoicing)

     

    Support:

    For sales enquiries and general information, you can call us on +33(0)562211007.
    Support is available Mon-Fri on +33(0)562211007 or via email. Out-of-hours support is provided only via email.

    Please also note that we are located in France. Our normal office hours are 09:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday. France timezone is GMT+1.

     

    Warning:

    We are very serious about our job seekers privacy so only legitimate recruiters and employers are eligible for a recruiter account. All subscriptions requests will be manually approved and recruiter accounts constantly monitored. Users who enter inaccurate or incomplete information will not gain access to post jobs or search resumes. Sharing of login details with a third party will result in the suspension of the recruiter's account with no subscription refund.
    Recruitment agencies are only eligible for a Gold package and recruitment agencies recruiting for companies already using Space Careers will not be accepted.

    To ensure you are approved, please include the following on your application:
    * The website address of your Company. Under construction websites will be rejected.
    * Email - Must end in @yourcompany.com. Applications using free email accounts such as Hotmail, Yahoo or Gmail will be rejected.

    Individual exceptions can be made on a case by case basis by emailing sales@space-careers.com. Accounts found not to be in compliance will be deleted.

     
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