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     Date Submitted:10-01-2015
     Last Modified:11-01-2015 (09:31)
    Job information
     Current job:Stress Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsFEM CAD STRESS STRUCTURES MATERIALS
    CV

    Work experience

     

    Dates (from – to)

    From June 1st 2013 to August 31st 2014

     

    Name and address

    of employer

    Bertrandt Ingenieurbüro GmbHwww.bertrandt.com

    Blohmstrasse 10, Hamburg,  GERMANY

     

    Position – Contract type

    Stress Engineer – Permanent Contract

     

    Main activities and responsibilities

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Main activities and responsibilities

    From December 1st 2013 stress engineer in the frame of SIEMENS SylWin Alpha project (converter offshore platform for transferring of offshore wind energy).

    Carrying out of FE linear static analysis to assess the material strength, the deformation behaviour and the buckling modes of the six platform’s legs.

    Creation and validation of DFEMs (Detailed Finite Element Model) to extract the stresses in the cut outs surround.

    Hand calculation of the overstressed regions.

    Structural reports redaction.

    Software : Nastran, HyperMesh, HyperView, Strand7, MS Office

    From June 1st 2013 to November 30th 2013 stress engineer in the frame of AIRBUS A350-900 XWB project.

    Carrying out of FE linear and non-linear static analysis to assess the material strength (both metallic and composite materials), the deformation behaviour and the buckling modes of the CARGO and PAX door surround primary structure (aft fuselage, section 16/18).

    Creation and validation of LFEMs (Local Finite Element Model).

    Joint analysis (bearing, pull through, etc.).

    Hand calculation of the overstressed components.

    Structural reports redaction.

    Software: Nastran, Patran, HyperMesh, Isami, MS Office

     

     

     

    Dates (from – to)

    From May 21th 2012 to May 31th 2013

    Name and address

    of employer

    Alten TechnologyGmbHwww.alten-technology.com

    Fangdieckstraße 66, Hamburg, GERMANY

    Position – Contract type

    Mechanical Designer – Permanent Contract

    Place of work

    AIRBUS facility in Finkenwerder, Hamburg, GERMANY

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Mechanical designer in the frame of AIRBUS A350-900 XWB project.

    Perform, via 3D models and DMU, the design review of the flight test equipment (sensors, probes, strain gauges, tail bumper etc.) installed on board the A350 central and aft fuselage (section 15/21 and 16/18).

    Discuss the result of the reviews with the AIRBUS designers and DTR to find with them suitable solutions to make the flight test equipment complies with the different guidelines and principles applicable to the design process.

    Follow und supervise the test equipment installation directly on the manufacturing facility.

     

    Software: CatiaV5 ,Trend V4,PDM_Link, AIRBUS databases, MS Office

     

     

    Dates (from – to)

    From November 28th 2011 to April 11th 2012

    Name and address

    of employer

    Highftech Engineering SRLwww.highftech.com

    Via Fucà 145, Modena, ITALY

    Position – Contract type

    Stress Engineer- Mechanical Designer - Fixed-term contract

    Main activities and responsibilities

    During my period within the company I have been involved in the following projects:

    THALES Alenia SIT: Mechanical design of an automated trolley so called MGSE (Mechanical Ground Support Equipment) designed to move and enable the manufacturing process of the SPACEBUS 4000 satellites. FE linear static analysis to assess its material strength and deformation behaviour.

    Transport containers for the ISS (International Space Station): FE modal analysis of containers for the transport of aerospace material.

    AGBMB (Automatic Gauge Blocks Measurement Bench): Maintenance and repairing of an automatic bench, equipped with a DENSO robotic arm, designed to calibrate Johnson gauge blocks.

    Software: Nastran, Patran, Catia V4, MS Office

     

     

    Dates (from – to)

     From November 9th 2011 to November 25th 2011

    Name and address

    of employer

    Technische Universität DarmstadtDepartment of  Technical Thermodynamics   Petersenstraße 30, Darmstadt, GERMANY

    Position – Contract type

    Stress Engineer- Fixed-term contract

    Place of work

    Mérignac Airport  (Bordeaux), FRANCE

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Responsible for the structural integrity of an experimental equipment for the study of flow boiling phenomena under micro-gravity conditionsduring the 55th ESA Parabolic Flight Campaign. I also took part in the parabolic flight as operator for adjustment of experimental parameters. The experiment was designed during my internship at T.U.D. (see  Education and training).

     

     

    Dates (from – to)

    From September 2003 to September 2010

    • Name and address

    of employer

    Service station  IP

      Via Jacopo Carrucci 234,  Empoli , ITALY

    • Contract type

      Part-time

    • Main activities and responsibilities

      Petrol pump attendant ,changing tires and minor maintenance (oil changes, lights etc.).

     

     

    Education and training

     

    • Dates (from – to)

    From  October 2008 to October 2011

    • Institute

    Università degli Studi di Pisa ( Pisa University) - Engineering Faculty

    • Qualification awarded

    Master Degree in Mechanical Engineering. (Specialization in Structural Analysis )

    • Thesis title

    Design of an experimental setup for the study of flow boiling in parabolic flight

    • Final grade

    103/110

     

     

    • Dates (from – to)

     From March 1st 2011 to August  31st 2011

    • Institute

    Technische Universität Darmstadt- Department of  Technical Thermodynamics

    Position – Contract type

    Internship (Master Degree Thesis)

    Main activities and responsibilities

    Mechanical design and structural verification of an experimental setup for the study of flow boiling phenomena within mini-channels under micro-gravity conditions. The experiments ran on board of the A300 ZERO-G from November 14th to 25th 2011 during the 55th ESA Parabolic Flight Campaign. My tasks were:

    Design the different components of the experimental loop, follow their manufacturing process and assemble them.

    FE linear static analysis to assess the material strength and the deformation behaviourof an aluminium rack designed to place the experiment on board the A300 during the tests under micro-gravity conditions.

    Software: Ansys, ProEngineer Wildfire 2.0, UGS NX 7.5, MS Office

     

     

    • Dates (from – to)

    From October 2003 to October 2008

    • Institute

    Università degli Studi di Pisa ( Pisa University)Engineering  Faculty

    • Qualification awarded

    Bachelor Degree in Mechanical Engineering

    • Thesis title

      Experimental analysis of outflow factors of a rotary valve for steam expander

     

     

    • Dates (from – to)

    Da settembre 1996 a luglio 2001

    • Institute

    Liceo classico -  “ Virgilio “, Empoli (Italy)

    • Main field of study

    Foreign languages (English, German, French and Latin)

    • Qualification awarded

    Diploma  (High School Leaving Certificate)

     

    Language skills

     

    •Mother tongue

     Italian

     

     

    • Other languages

    LANGUAGE

    Reading skills

    Writing skills

    Verbal skills

    English

    Very good (C1)

    Very good (C1)

    Fluent (C1)

    German

    Good (B2)

    Good (B2)

    Good  (B2)

    French

    Basic (B1)

    Basic  (B1)

    Basic  (B1)

     

     

     From October 2014 to Januar2015 enrolled in an intensivebusiness German course.

     

    Technical skills

     

    • General I.T. knowledge

    Excellent  knowledge of Windows operating systems with Office packet (Word, Excel, Outlook, etc.). Basic knowledge of programming language Python and Perl.

     

     

    • FEM software

    FEM

    Patran

    Nastran

    HyperMesh

    HyperView

    Ansys

    Knowledge

    Advanced

    Advanced

    Advanced

    Advanced

    Good

    Experience [years]

    >3

    >3

    >2

    >2

    >2

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    • CAD  software

    CAD

    Catia V5

    ProEngineer

    SolidWorks

    UGS NX 7.5

     

    Knowledge

    Good

    Good

    Good

    Basic

     

    Experience [years]

    > 2

    >2

    >2

    <1

     

     

     

    • Digital calculus software

    CALCULUS

    Matlab

    Mathcad

     

     

     

    Knowledge

    Good

    Good

     

     

     

    Experience [years]

    >2

    >2

     

     

     

     

     

    • Technical knowledge

    Good knowledge of metallic (steel, aluminium and titanium) and composite (CFRP) materials both from the structural point of view and of their manufacturing.

     

    Other skills

     

     

    I have always loved playing sports regularly. For several years I played with the Empoli Rugby Team.

     

    I have an emergency first aid worker’s advanced level qualification because I worked regularly as a volunteer on ambulances of the local medical service from 2002 to 2007.



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