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     Date Submitted:30-05-2016
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     Current job:Aerospace Mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Europe only
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAerospace Mechanical Engineer: Structure, Stress, Thermal and Design.
    CV

    Date of birth: 02/07/1982

    Nationality: French

     

    AEROSPACE MECHANICAL ENGINEER

    Structure, Stress, Thermal and Design

     

    ABSTRACT

    Stress Project Leader in Aeronautical, Space and Automotive sectors.

    Aiming to keep on taking up new technical challenges in a strong teamwork environment.

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

     

    September 2009 - Present: ATOS Spain for AIRBUS and AIRBUS DS (Madrid, Spain)

     

    Stress and Design Engineer for Satellite structure sizing

    September 2014 – present (>1.5 year)

    Program: JASON-CS/Sentinel6, NGSAR and SOLAR Orbiter for Airbus DS (Casa Espacio), Madrid

    Product: Spacecraft Primary and Secondary structures (metallic and composite), Radiators S/S

    Tasks: Design (definition of structural parts, support on thermal parts, drawing validation) and Stress (FEM, static and dynamic mechanical analyses, sizing) during PDR/CDR phase.

    Tools: Patran, Nastran, Hypermesh, Antesala, CATIA V5, MS Excel, MS Project

     

    Thermal Engineer for Space Electronic Units

    August 2015 - September 2015 (2 months)

    Program: JASON for Airbus DS (Crisa), Madrid

    Product: Electronic Unit

    Tasks: Thermal FE modelling, Heat Transfert calculation

    Tools: Hypermesh, I-deas, TMG

     

    Stress Project Leader for ISAMI Tool Development management

    June 2013 – September 2014 (>1 year)

    Program: ESA (non-specific design) for Airbus Toulouse, Madrid, Hamburg, Bristol

    Product: ISAMI calculation program development, integration and deployment

    Tasks: Project management, Team management (10 people)

    Tools: MS Project, ISAMI, Office

     

    Stress Technical Responsible for Aircraft Sizing

    October 2013 – March 2014 (6 months)

    Program: A350XWB-900 Rear Fuselage (Section 19)

    Phase: Certification phase

    Product: Metallic and composite parts

    Tasks: Supervision of full section detailed FEM generation; calculation and documents checker

    Tools: Nastran, Patran, Hypermesh, ISAMI, MS Excel

     

    Stress Technical Responsible for Aircraft Sizing

    November 2010 – October 2012 (2 years)

    Program:  A350XWB-900 Rear Fuselage (Section 19)

    Phases: Maturity C, modifications and First Flight phases

    Product: Composite parts (fuselage, beams, frames) and metallic parts (frames, fittings)

    Tasks: Technical Responsible, Stress analyses validation, Methods development, Team management (20 people), Activity planning

    Tools: MS Project, Nastran, Patran, ISAMI, MS Excel (VBA)

     

    Stress Engineer for Aircraft Sizing

    September 2009 – November 2010 (1 year)

    Program:  A350XWB-900 Rear Fuselage (Section 19)

    Phases: Maturity B

    Product: Composite parts (fuselage riveting) and metallic parts (reinforcements, fittings)

    Tasks: Responsible for detailed models. Static analyses and structure sizing.

    Tools: Nastran, Patran, Hypermesh, ISAMI, MS Excel (VBA)

     

    May 2009 – August 2009:  ASSYSTEM Iberia for NAVANTIA (Madrid, Spain)

     

    Stress Engineer for Submarine components sizing

    May 2009 – August 2009 (4 months)

    Program:  Submarine S80

    Product: tanks, acoustic panels

    Tasks: Mechanical analyses (static, dynamic) and structure sizing

    Tools: Nastran, Patran, Catia V5

     

    June 2007 – May 2009: ALTRAN for THALES ALENIA SPACE (Toulouse, France)

     

    Stress Engineer for satellites antennas Sizing.

    June 2007 – May 2009 (20 months)

    Division: Antenna Mechanical analyses department

    Programs:  YAHSAT-1B, GLOBALSTAR, ARABSAT-5B, W2A, W7, IRIDIUM, SARAL

    Phases: Analyses from pre-design to tests predictions.

    Product: Telecommunication payloads, antennas and reflectors (structure, bolts, inserts)

    Tasks: Finite Element Meshing; modal, static, thermo-elastic, sine, random and acoustic analyses.

    Tools: Nastran, Patran, I-deas, Shell, Fortran, VBA, Dynaworks.

     

    Stress Methods Engineer for Antennas Sizing Methods.

    January 2008 – April 2008 (3 months)

    Division: Antenna Mechanical analyses department

    Product: Telecommunication payloads, antennas and reflectors (structure, bolts, inserts)

    Tasks: Redaction of an antenna mechanical analyses methodology: development process, meshing and analyses methods, post-processing theories and applications, vibration tests, material database.

     

    March 2006 – June 2007: ALTRAN in EADS ASTRIUM (Toulouse, France)

     

    Stress Engineer for satellites platform Sizing.                                                            

    March 2006 – June 2007 (15 months)

    Division: Mechanical Design Office department

    Programs:  ELISA, COMS

    Phases: analyses from pre-design to CDR

    Product: Micro-satellite, telecommunication platforms (platform, payload, bolts, inserts, fittings)

    Tasks: Finite Element Meshing. Modal, static, sine, random and thermo-elastic analyses.

    Tools: Nastran, Patran, I-deas, Shell, VBA.

     

    April 2005 – September 2005: ELASIS (FIAT group), Naples (Italy)

           

    Simulation engineer (final internship) for car gearbox optimization                        

    April 2005 – September 2005 (6 months)

    Division: Transmission-NVH, R&D internal research

    Product: Gearbox, clutch

    Tasks: Development of a numerical model for noise reduction. Correlation with tests.

    Tools: Matlab Simulink

     

    March 2004 – August 2004: FAURECIA, Hagenbach (Germany)

           

    Stress engineer (internship) for instrument panel crash tests prediction       

    March 2004 – August 2004 (6 months)

    Division: Simulation Division

    Product: Head impact test device for instrument panel development

    Tasks: Modelling (mock-up, meshing) of a crash test bench, crash analysis, validation of the model with tests.

    Tools: Catia V5, Pamcrash

     

     

    EDUCATION

     

    2002 – 2005 :

    Engineering studies in SUPMECA Paris, a state selective Engineering School.

    3-year curriculum, specialization in CAE (FE Methods, structure dynamics, …) and CAD.

    I obtained the final degree, equivalent to a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering.

     

    2000 – 2002 :

    Mathematics and Physics preparatory school, intensive and selective preparation for the national competitive examination to enter Engineering Schools (Lycée Malherbes, Caen, France).

     

    1999 – 2000 :

    “Baccalauréat”, final high school degree. Awarded with honours.

     

     

    SKILLS

     

    GENERAL SKILLS

    Aeronautical, Spatial, Automotive and Naval sectors

    Stress analyses, simulations, methods: FEM, analytical calculations, numerical modelling and multibody simulations

    Mechanical Design of satellites / aircraft components, CAD (metallic and composite)

    Thermal analyses

    Team Leadership, Project management

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS

    Technical software:

    PATRAN/IDEAS/HYPERMESH - NASTRAN: meshing, static, dynamic, non-linear analyses

    ABAQUS: Non-lineal calculations

    I-deas – TMG: meshing, thermal analyses

    CATIA V5: hybrid modelling, parametric CAD

    MEDINA, PAMCRASH:

    MATLAB-SIMULINK

    Dynaworks, ADAMS

    Systems and languages: Windows/Linux, Python, VBA, C, C++, SHELL, AWK and Fortran

    Office tools: MS Project, Word, Excel, Power point

     

    TRAINING:

    Introduction to thermal analyses on electronic units. April 2015. Atos.

    Introduction to Programming in Python. December 2014. Atos

    Introduction to Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics. September 2014. Atos

    Introduction to Structural Dynamics with NASTRAN. September 2014. Atos

    Stress Analysis with ANTESALA. September 2014. Atos

    Introduction to Programming.  January 2014. Atos

    Structural Testing Training. September 2013. Atos.

    Introduction to Design of Metallic Parts Manufacturing Technologies: Machining and Forming. September 2012. Atos

    Team Management (40h). February 2012, Atos

    Configuration Management. November 2011. Atos

    Project Management (40h). November 2011. Atos

    Advanced Hypermesh, November 2010. DPS SL

    ISAMI Stress Static. November 2010. Airbus (ELS-EADS Learning Services)

    CATIA V5 course (20h). July 2009. ASSYSTEM Iberia.

     

     

    LANGUAGES

    French:        mother tongue

    Spanish:      bilingual, 6 years in Spain

    English:       fluent, written and oral, studied 12 years, work language for one year, TOEIC 970

    Italian:         intermediate, 6 months in Italy

    German:      intermediate, 8 years of studies, 6 months in Germany, Zertifikat Deutsch (gut)

     

     

    INTERESTS

    Travel: keen on discovering nature and new cultures (trips in Latin America, Asia, Africa, …)

    Sport: trekking, squash, running.

    Mechanical interests: space, cars


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