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     Date Submitted:28-02-2016
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     Current job:Structural Analysis Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsStructural Analysis
    CV

    Date and Place of birth:  20th June, 1988. Las Palmas de Gran Canaria (Spain)

    Nationality: Spanish / French

     

     

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

     

    STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

    FICOSA SA, CAE Engineering department - Automotive Design Area.

    September 2015 – Present

    Barcelona, Spain

     

    AUTOMOTIVE COMPONENTS (Mirror, Under-hood tanks, Parking Brake Systems, Shifter Systems, Electronic Units)

     

    Main Tasks:

     

    ·       Elaboration of finite element models (DFEM) for different automotive components

     

    ·       Perform a very wide range of analysis such as:

    o   Dynamic analysis including modal vibration, frequency response and random analysis.

    o   Nonlinear analysis considering material nonlinearities, contacts and geometrical nonlinearities.

    o   Assembly and disassembly analysis of different plastic components.

     

    ·       Assessment of design modification to improve or optimize the behaviour of these components if needed.

     

    ·       Creation of the structural analysis report and documentation.

     

     

    Tools: FEMAP v11, Nastran NX, HYPERMESH v13


    STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

    ATOS ORIGIN, SAE. Product Engineering Department - Aerospace Design Area.

    November 2014 – August 2015 (10 months)

    Madrid, Spain

     

    NGSAR SATELLITE STRUCTURE – PDR AND CDR PHASE

    CLIENT AIRBUS SPACE & DEFENSE

     

    Main Tasks:

    ·       Perform primary and secondary structure sizing and preliminary design according with customer specifications.

     

    ·       Creation of the finite element model (FEM) for the whole satellite structure.

     

    ·       Perform analysis trough FEM modelling of primary and secondary structure to ensure the structure viability such as:

    o   Quasi static analysis.

    o   Laminate analysis.

    o   Dynamic analysis.

    o   Thermo-elastic analysis.

     

    ·       Provide guidance to design team on primary and secondary structure design to comply with launcher requirements.

     

    ·       Creation of structural reports such as Design description reports, FEM description reports, FEM validation reports and Structural Analysis reports.

     

    Tools: NASTRAN-PATRAN 2012-Static and Dynamic Analysis, CATIA V5, VBA 2010, MS Office Products (Word, Excel), HYPERMESH v13

     

    FATIGUE AND DAMAGE TOLERANCE ENGINEER

    ATOS ORIGIN, SAE. Product Engineering Department - Aerospace Design Area.

    October 2013 – October 2014 (1 year)

    Madrid, Spain

     

    A350 S19 ENGINEERING – MATURITY C & CERTIFICATION PHASE

    CLIENT AIRBUS SPAIN

     

    Main Tasks:

    ·       Perform fatigue, crack propagation and stability analyses of A350-900 XWB - MSN6 main primary structural fittings of section 19 (Corner Fittings, THSA, Interface Fittings) and metallic frames for certification phase.

     

    ·       Perform fatigue and damage tolerance analyses of A350-1000 XWB- MSN1THSA Fittings for Maturity C phase.

     

    ·       Creation of structural reports such as ACD6 reports and Structural Certification reports.

     

     

    Tools:NASTRAN-PATRAN 2005, CATIA V5, VBA 2010, ISAMY F&DT Modules, HYPERMESH

     


    STRUCTURAL REPAIR ENGINEER

    ATOS ORIGIN, SAE. Product Engineering Department - Aerospace Design Area.

    June 2013 – September 2013 (4 months)

    Madrid, Spain

     

    A380 S19 ENGINEERING – MANUFACTURING AND ASSEMBLY PHASE

    CLIENT AIRBUS SPAIN

     

    Main Tasks:

    ·       Provide static and fatigue stress substantiations of structural non conformities and repairs completed on rear fuselage sections of A380 aircrafts, in order to demonstrate compliance with airworthiness regulations.

     

    ·       Creation of detailed finite elements models (DFEM) for repairs configuration with an important impact in the structure integrity.

     

    ·       Provide guidance to customer design team on repair design to comply with structural strength requirements.

     

    ·       Prepare structural reports demonstrating compliance with airworthiness regulations.

     

    Tools:NASTRAN-PATRAN 2005, CATIA V5, VBA 2010, ISAMY F&DT Modules, HYPERMESH

     

     

    STRUCTURAL & DATA ANALYSIS ENGINEER

    ATOS ORIGIN, SAE. Product Engineering Department - Aerospace Design Area.

    April 2013 – May 2013 (2 months)

    Madrid, Spain

     

    NDC MISSION & SPECTRUM

    CLIENT AIRBUS GERMANY

     

    Main Tasks:

    ·       Analysis of fleet survey data from A318, A319, A320, A321, A330 & A340 aircrafts and estimation of life factors for different significant structural items (SSI).

     

    Tools: MICROSOFT EXCEL & VBA 2010.

     

     


    STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

    ATOS ORIGIN, SAE. Product Engineering Department - Aerospace Design Area.

    August 2012 - March 2013 (8 months)

    Madrid, Spain

     

    A380 MAIN LANDING GEAR DOORS ENGINEERING

    CLIENT AIRBUS SPAIN

     

    Main Tasks:

    ·       Perform static strength and fatigue & damage tolerance certification for the main components of the rear landing gear doors of A380 for a new loading certification loop.

     

    ·       Provide static and fatigue stress substantiations of structural non conformities and repairs completed on rear landing gear doors of A380 aircrafts to demonstrate compliance with airworthiness regulations.

     

    ·       Creation of structural reports demonstrating compliance with airworthiness regulations.

     

    Tools: NASTRAN-PATRAN 2005, CATIA V5, VBA 2010, Static and Fatigue & DT LegacyTools.

     

     

    STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

    ATOS ORIGIN, SAE. Product Engineering Department - Aerospace Design Area.

    December 2011 - July 2012 (8 months)

    Madrid, Spain

     

    A380 S19 ENGINEERING – A380 e CERTIFICATION PHASE

    CLIENT AIRBUS SPAIN

     

    Main Tasks:

    ·       Perform static strength certification of the main components of the rear fuselage sections 19 and 19.1 of A380 for a new loading certification loop.

     

    ·       Prepare structural reports demonstrating compliance with airworthiness regulations.

     

    Tools: NASTRAN-PATRAN 2005, CATIA V5, VBA 2010, Static LegacyTools.

     

     

    EDUCATION

     

    2013-2015

    International Master’s in Theoretical & Practical Application of FE Method and CAE Simulation(MSc) (UNED).

    ·       Finite Elements General Theory (Expert Module)

    ·       Non Linear analysis (Specialized Module)

    ·       Composite Structure Analysis (Specialized Module)

    ·       Dynamic Analysis (Specialized Module)

    ·       Master final project “Study of damage propagation in composite structures with Cohesive Zone Modelling (CZM) technique”

     

    2007 – 2012

    Aeronautical Engineer (BSc), Polytechnic University of Madrid (UPM).

     

    TRAINING

     

    Year 2016:

    Introduction to Plastics (20h) - Ficosa

     

    Year 2015:

    Strength analysis with FEMAP (2 weeks) - Ficosa

    Introduction to ADAMS (2 days) - MSC Software

     

    Year 2014:

    Introduction to design of sheet metal and machined parts (4h) - Atos

    Introduction to Ansys (20 h) - Atos

    Introduction to Abaqus for Nastran/Patran Users (10h) – Atos

    Introduction to Structural Dynamics with PATRAN-NASTRAN (8h) – Atos

    Failure analysis of sandwich laminates with ANTESALA (8h) - Atos

     

    Year 2013:

    Fatigue and Damage Tolerance (40h) - Atos

    Isami analyst - F&DT modules (4h) - Atos

    Advanced Hypermesh (40h) - ALTAIR

     

    Year 2012:

    Introduction to FEM analysis with Nastran/Patran (40h) - Atos

    VBA Macros for excel (30h) - Atos

    Riveted joints analysis (5h) - Atos

    Introduction to Composite Materials Technology (4h) - Atos

    Introduction to Hypermesh (40h) - Altair

     

    Year 2011:

    Introduction to CATIA V5 2D & 3D design (40h) Polytechnic University of Madrid.

    Introduction to functional programming in python (60h) Online Coursera

    Advanced excel (40h) Online Cyber Aula

     

    LANGUAGES

     

    Spanish father tongue

    French mother tongue

    English intermediate upper level (TOEIC Score = 790)

    Italian lower level

     

    COMPUTER AND TECHNICAL SKILLS

     

    Operating Systems:

    Windows 98, 2000, XP and W7.

    UNIX

     

    CAE/FEM

    PATRAN

    NASTRAN

    ABAQUS

    HYPERMESH

    FEMAP

    ADAMS

     

    CAD/CAM

    CATIA V5

     

    PLM

    DATOS

     

    ANALYSIS TOOLS

    Airbus Spain Static Legacy Tools

    Airbus Spain F&DT Legacy Tools

    ISAMI

     

    COMPUTER PROGRAMMING

    VBA EXCEL

    PYTHON

    C/C++ for Arduino

    MATLAB

     

    ADDITIONAL DATA

     

    Holder of a scholarship to train in the Sports High Performance Centre of Madrid with the National Taekwondo Team from 2005 to 2012 while combining my studies in aeronautical engineering.


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