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     Date Submitted:27-08-2015
     Last Modified:10-09-2015 (02:10)
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     Current job:Propulsion Analyst intern
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, , , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsAerospace Engineer, FEM, FEA, Ansys, Propulsion, Boost Propulsion, UG NX, CAD, Design,
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    EDUCATION

    Bachelors of Science in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering                                                                                          May 2015

    University of Florida GPA:3.58/4.0

    Masters of Science in Aerospace Engineering                                                                                               Expected Completion: TBD

    University of Florida GPA: 4.0/4.0

    Relevant Coursework: Rocket Propulsion (Graduate Course), Finite Element Analysis, Aerospace Propulsion, Experimental Aerodynamics, Astrodynamics, Heat Transfer, Aerodynamics, Manufacturing Engineering, and Mech. Design

    WORK EXPERIENCE                                                                                                                                                     

    SpaceX- Propulsion Analyst Intern                                                                                                                      May 2015-August 2015

    Hawthorne, CA

    ·        Performed structural, and modal analyses on components of the Merlin 1D booster and vacuum engine, including the Nozzle Extension, Injector and other components.

    ·        Performed Non-linear buckling analyses using Ansys FEA software.

    ·        Performed hydrostatic proof testing on engine components and analyzed structural performance data.

    ·        Witnessed the failure of flight 20, and contributed analysis to the failure investigation.

    University of Florida- Undergraduate Researcher in the Space Systems Group                                                   Jan 2015-May 2015

    Gainesville, Fl.

    ·        Collected and categorized orbital debris from the Debrisat spacecraft.

    Aerojet Rocketdyne- Components Engineering Intern                                                                                     May 2014-August 2014

    West Palm Beach, Fl.

    ·        Supported RL-10 and RS-68 Rocket Engine components including: Sensors, Ignition Systems, Inlet Valves, Solenoids and Turbo-machinery.

    ·        Designed engineering tools using Unigraphics CAD software to improve manufacturing efficiency and cost savings.

    ·        Analyzed and manipulated valve data from the RL-10 program using MATLAB.

    ·        Took part in Technical presentations with costumers and wrote ERB presentations for component leads.

    BE Aerospace- Mechanical Designer and Test Engineering Intern                                                                                   Jan 2013-April 2013      

    Marysville WA.

    ·        Designed mechanical components for Boeing 747 internal structure using Unigraphics CAD software.

    ·        Oversaw and managed the manufacturing of mechanical components for Boeing 747.

    ·        Designed FAA authorized test plans to test performance of mechanical components and test fixtures.

    ·        Performed decompression testing on test fixtures, and environmental tests on smoke detectors.

    ·        Wrote safety analyses for oxygen, smoke detector, and in-flight decompression systems.

    LEADERSHIP/PROJECT EXPERIENCE

    Structures Subsystem Lead- UNP-University Nano-Satellite Program                                                                                   Aug 2013-Present

    Cube-sat Handling on Multisystem Precision Time Transfer Sponsored by Air Force Research Laboratory

    ·        Led a team of students to design a nano-satellite structure using Solidworks and wrote drawings for manufacture.

    ·        Used FEA software to perform structural analysis of satellite structures.

    ·        Manufactured and assembled satellite for vibrations and heat transfer testing.

    ·        Performed numerous presentations for Air Force Personnel

    Peer Advisor- UF Department of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering                                                                         Sept 2014-Present              

    ·        Advised underclassmen on class scheduling, internship opportunities, and career paths in engineering.

    Eagle Scout- Project Manager                                                                                                                                                     Dec 2010

    ·        In charge of allocating funds, organizing delivery of parts, pouring of foundation needed for structure, and erection of telephone poles with diagonal support struts.

    SKILLS


    ·        Ansys FE software (Static Structural, Modal, Buckling (Linear/Nonlinear)

    ·        SolidWorks,and graphical dimensioning/tolerancing.

    ·        Unigraphics CAD modeling software.

    ·        Introductory with C++ programming.

    ·        LabVIEW.

    ·        Various manufacturing operations

    ·        MATLAB Programming

    ·        Strain Gauge and other sensor application.

    ·        Familiar with Teamcenter


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