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     Date Submitted:19-06-2016
     Last Modified:20-06-2016 (05:24)
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     Current job:Aerospace engineer, rotordynamics specialist
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAerospace, engineer, rotordynamics, vibrations, turbofan, turboprop

    AEROSPACE ENGINEER, currently looking for new challenges in the aerospace industry

    Specialized in vibration and dynamic analysis, with more than 2 years of work experience, besides a strong knowledge of airplane-engine architecture. Rigorous, curious, well organized, with a strong analysis capability and well adapted to work under pressure.  Good human skills fundamental for achieving of a high cooperation level between the different participants of the project. High level of experience in vibration test domain. Strong adaption capacity and international mindset, proved after a more than 6 years experience abroad.  LANGUAGE SKILLS: FLUENT IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH.

    Main skills: Vibration and dynamic analysis  • Modeling of dynamic systems  • Vibration test • Test data post-processing and analysis



    Safran Aircraft Engines • Villaroche, France • October, 2013 – Nowadays


    Civil and military engines (SaM146, TP400, CFM56, TYNE, M53, M88) in-service support:

    - Analysis of vibration problems occurred during in-flight or test engines operation.

    - Engineering judgment for concession requests.

    - Biannual evaluation of SaM146’s dynamic behavior during operation allowing fleet health monitoring and production quality drift detection in terms of vibrational behavior.

    Follow-up and data processing of LEAP-1A/B, SaM146, TP400, CFM56 and M53 engines tests.

    2D/3D Modeling: several loops calculation and update of CFM56, SaM146 and TP400 2D and 3D dynamic models.

    LEAP-1A/B Health Monitoring system development studies: catalog of vibration phenomena signatures found through test data analysis.


    Safran Aircraft Engines • Villaroche, France • April, 2013 – September, 2013

    Internship: Uncontained Engine Rotor Failure

    Understanding and proposal of possible improvements in diagnostic and detection of uncontained engine rotor failures through data analysis of in-flight events.

    Internship in collaboration with Airbus: sharing of results and conclusion in common at the end of the project.


    MAeS (Madrid Aerospace), Iberia and Singapure Technologies Joint-Venture • April – July 2011

    Internship: Landing Gears Maintenance

    Supervision and coordination of the technicians in charge of A320’s landing gears maintenance and overhaul.

    Landing gear shop visit workpackages supervision and validation

    Realization of SCRAP components database, allowing a consequent time improvement in the Workpackages fulfillment.



    Master of Science in Aerospace Mechanics and Avionics (MSc-AMA)

    ISAE – SUPAERO • Toulouse, France • 2011 – 2013

    Second semester specialization: Aerodynamics • Third semester specialization: Aeronautical Engineering.

    Research Project: Numerical and Experimental Study of Windmilling on the DGEN 380 Engine (12 months).


    Aeronautical Engineering, Specialization: Aircrafts

    Escuela Universitaria de Ingeniería Técnica Aeronáutica – UPM • Madrid, Spain • 2006 – 2011

    Student representative during 3 years. End of studies project (Ville d’Avray, France): Thermo control of on board equipment by Natural Convection; Jury’s congratulations.



    Office • Matlab • Computational Fluid Dynamics (Ansys, Fluent, FineTurbo) • Catia V5 • Nastran/Patran

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