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     Date Submitted:04-09-2016
     Last Modified:11-06-2017 (10:21)
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     Current job:Mechanical Engineer
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors
     KeywordsStress and Design Engineer
    CV

     Summary

     

     

    Aeronautical engineer with four years of international experience specialised in mechanical design and stress analysis. Broad background in engineering fundamentals from concept to development, providing design modifications and solutions based on hand calculations/FEA studies and empirical validation techniques.

     

     

     

    Mechanical design

    Finite element analysis

    Development

    Prototyping & testing

    CFD analysis

    Dimensional control

    Documentation

    Clean room

     

    Professional experience

     

     

    Airbus Defence and Space - ALTEN subcontractor

    (Present in dozens of countries on six continents, is a leading defense & space with over 40000 employees worldwide)

     

     

    05/2015-01/2016; 07/2016-Present, Stevenage, United Kingdom

     

    Mechanical Engineer: joined Antenna Office with responsibility for conception, development, final design and assembly management of 3D thermal insulation and metallic structures.

    -Mechanical design of thermal blankets and installation/manufacturing drawings for external antennas support, main thruster and other components involved in the service module area using sheet metal procedures (Catia V5-Generative Sheet Metal Design).

    -Metallic structures, test panels design, inserts generation and manufacturing drawings for ExoMars Bruno rover and Metop SG (Catia V6/3D Experience).

    -3D design and manufacturing/installation drawings for thermal components such as external solar mirrors and electrical connectors in accordance with Airbus Defence and Space procedures.

    -BOM generation and Sprint update.

     

     

    02/2016-06/2016, Portsmouth, United Kingdom

     

    Mechanical Engineer: Part of the Mechanical Design Office responsible for satellite payload accommodation.

    -Equipment, cables and coaxs models developed together with installation drawings and DMU/BOM checks for the test equipment inside the satellite payload in accordance with Airbus Defence and Space procedures.

     

     

     

    Active Space Technologies

    (Headquartered in Portugal with operating locations in Portugal, Netherlands and Germany with quick expansion in space industry)

     

     

    05/2013- 04/2015, Coimbra, Portugal

     

    Aerospace Mechanical Engineer: Part of five skilled engineers with fully responsibility for the design, development and structural analysis of mass thermal dummies and ground equipments for Solar Orbiter and Sentinel 4 satellites.

    -Metallic components designed in accordance with the structural, thermal and cleanness requirements (Catia V5, Solid Edge ST5 and CNC design procedures).

    -Static and dynamic finite element analysis developed (static, normal modes and frequency response) as well as bolt joint studies and report generation (Nastran-Patran and HyperMesh).

    -Created manufacturing/installation drawings, dimensional control (Faro) and documentation according to ECSS.

    -System engineering, researching and proposal generation developed successfully. Directly worked with partners (Airbus Defence and Space, Martifer Solar and Faculty of Science of Lisbon University) and actively participating in follow up progress meetings.

     

     

    Education and training

     

     

    02/2017- Present

     

    Master's in Theoretical & Practical Application of Finite Element Method and CAE Simulation
    UNED, Madrid (Spain)

     

     

    09/2009-03/2012

     

    Master’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Specialty: Propulsion
    Master’s thesis: Three-dimensional study of a mixed compression supersonic diffuser with Ansys Fluent (9.5/10).

    Polytechnic University of Valencia, Valencia (Spain)

     

     

    09/2004-12/2008

     

    Bachelor’s degree in Aeronautical Engineering. Specialty: Aero-Engines

    University of León, León (Spain)

     

     

    05/2014-10/2014

     

     

    Diploma in FEA with Nastran/Patran

    University of Aveiro & Active Space Technologies, Coimbra/Aveiro (Portugal)

     

     

    Additional skills and information

     

     

    Experience working within multinational teams, with different work ethics and background. Team skills both as team player and as leader of small teams. Attention to detail and ability to handle pressure. Energy, dynamism, enthusiasm and initiative.

     

     

    Languages

    Spanish

    Mother tongue

     

    English

    Proficient

     

    Portuguese

    Proficient

     

     

            Computer skills

    Advanced knowledge of Catia V5 R21/Catia V6 (Part Design, Assembly Design, Drafting, Generative Shape Design, Generative Sheet Metal Design, Analysis & Simulation and macros generation) and Solid Edge ST5 (ISO Assembly and ISO Draft). Advanced knowledge of Nastran/Patran and Microsoft Office (Macros).
    Competent user of Visual Basic, VPM/3DCOM, 3D Experience, Sprint, Matlab, Mathematica, Fluent, Gambit, Abaqus, HyperMesh, Photoshop.

     

     

    Others

    European driving license B

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