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     Date Submitted:10-09-2017
     Last Modified:10-09-2017 (03:21)
    Job information
     Current job:Aeronautical Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsDriven and motivated
    CV

    Curriculum Vitae

    Personal information

     

    Nationality

    Portuguese

     

     

    Date of birth:

    11 June 1988

     

     

    Desired employment

    Aeronautics / Aerospace

     

     

     

    Background

    Aeronautical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vibration Testing and Flight Testing.

     

    Professional experience

    AgustaWestland,
    Cascina Costa, Italy
    From August 2014 up to the present

    I worked at AgustaWestland with functions of electrical systems design engineer for the helicopters AW189/AW149.

    The main duties were:

    Design of Aircraft Electrical Wiring Interconnect System (EWIS), the design tools used were CATIA V5 to design the 3D routing of the cables, schematics and source control drawings (SCD) and CADAM to project the electrical schematics;

    Support the production line;

    Design/create tools to improve electrical design productivity in EXCEL/VBA;

    Document preparation and writing.

     

     

    Active Space Technologies, Coimbra, Portugal
    From December 2012 until July 2014

    I worked at Active Space Technologies, S.A where I collaborated on several projects such as:

    Research and Development (R&D) of Aerogel Manufacturing. The research was based on computational simulations made with OpenFOAM. The research consisted of simulating the manufacturing process of Aerogel by a supercritical extraction process and the simulations involved solving multi-species in porous medium.

    Development of a thermal regulated box that uses Peltier cells to control temperature inside a jacket.

    Solar Orbiter Satellite project: the contribution to the project consisted in designing model equipment of the satellite to evaluate their mechanical behaviour and to test if the equipment could withstand the launch; dimensional control of the equipment; technical drawings for high precision manufacturing; and measuring of emissivity of the equipment.

    Vibration Testing responsible: the role was to perform the vibration tests but also design the fixtures for the tests. The design process involved performing Modal Analysis, as well as, Frequency Response Analysis with MSC Patran/Nastran to guarantee that the fixtures could withstand the vibration tests. The shaker used to perform the vibration tests was the LDS V850.

    Automation of processes at PSA factory plant designing mechanisms to transport the chassis from one point to another point autonomously inside the factory plant with the help of two AGV.

     

    Education and training

    Academic Studies

     

    Master’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering

    September 2009 - July 2012. Completed with an average of 15 out of 20. The principal subjects were Aerodynamics, Aerospace Structures, Propulsion and Theory of Control at University of Beira Interior. The Master’s specialization/thesis was focused on Airplane Project and Flight Testing, involving: CFD analysis, composites design, analysis and manufacturing; Flight Instrumentation and telemetry.

     

     

    Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering

    September 2006 - June 2009. Completed with an average of 12 out of 20. The principal subjects were Aerodynamics, Aerospace Structures, Propulsion, Mathematics, Physics, Electronics, Chemistry, Technical Drawing and Theory of Control at University of Beira Interior.

    High school

     

    Technological Course of Computer Science (Level IV)

    September 2003 - June 2006. Completed with an average of 15 out of 20. The principal subjects were: Computer technologies, Programming (Pascal, C/C++ and Visual Basic) and Database Management at High school of Vila Real de Santo António.

     

    Personal skills and competences

    Mother tongue

    Portuguese

    Other language(s)

    Excellent language skills of English, Spanish and Italian both verbal and written.

    Organisational skills and competences

    Good time management, deadline driven, enjoy working in a team as well as an individual, driven, reliable and motivated.

    Computer skills and competences

    Office software suite: I have several years of experience using Microsoft Office, knowledge of Apache OpenOffice and LibreOffice.

    Programming languages: I have several years of experience in scientific programming, knowledge of the philosophy top-down, frequent user of the following programming languages C/C++, FORTRAN, Visual Basic and MATLAB.

    Computer-aided design (CAD): I have several years of experience of CATIA V5 with the following modules: Mechanical, Shape and Electrical, has knowledge of SolidWorks, Inventor, SALOME Platform and FreeCAD.

    Computer-aided engineering (CAE): I have several years of experience of CATIA V5 Generative Structural Analysis, GNU GPL XFLR5, MSC Patran/Nastran, ANSYS (CFX and FLUENT), OpenFOAM and COMSOL Multiphysics.

    Software versioning: I have knowledge Apache Subversion SVN, SmarTeam and ENOVIA VPM.

    Enterprise resource planning (ERP): I have knowledge of SAP.

    Driving licence

    Driving licence (B).

     

    Additional courses

    Courses

    In 2012 I attended the following course:

    Manufacturing training of metallic components, FabLab, Coimbra, Portugal.

     

    In 2013 I attended the following courses:

    Introduction to OpenFOAM; FabLab, Coimbra, Portugal

    Introduction to Nastran and contact analysis; FabLab, Coimbra, Portugal

    Vibration testing for engineers ,  Bruel and Kjaer Training Academy , Roystone, England

    Vibration hands on practical course; Bruel and Kjaer Training Academy , Roystone, England

    Hands on design for manufacturing FabLab, Coimbra, Portugal

     

    In 2017 I attended the following course:

    AW189 (GE CT7) General Familiarisation Type Training Course, AgustaWestland Training Academy, Sesto Calende, Italy.

     

    Additional information

    Publication(s)

    Miguel L., Preparation of a UAV Platform to Test a Variable-Span Morphing Wing, Covilhã, Portugal, September, 2012.

     

    Gamboa P., Santos P., Miguel L., Development of a Variable-Span Morphing Wing, II LAETA Young Researchers Meeting, FEUP, Porto, Portugal, 10-11 April 2012.

     


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