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     Date Submitted:26-11-2017
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     Current job:Senior Stress Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
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     KeywordsExperienced Senior Stress Engineer with a professional career built on important projects from Aeronautic field such as Single Aisle, Long Range, A400M and A350 XWB, as well as innovative projects with a high level of research and development from Space I
    CV

    Work experience

    July 2015–Present

    Senior Stress Engineer at Premium Aerotec

    P3 Engineering Germany

    Project Coordinator for A400M concession work

    Project Coordinator for SA/LR concession work

    Project Coordinator for A320Neo Russian Runway certification reports

    Stress Engineer for A330Neo preliminary phase calculations and certification reports checks

     

    January 2013 –

    June 2015

    Senior Stress Engineer at Premium Aerotec

    MATCHTECH Germany

    Certification reports for Section 19 Single Aisle Aircraft (NEO and Sharklet)

    Certification reports for Section 15 to 18 Long Range Aircraft (WV080)

     

    November 2008 –December 2012

    Senior Stress Engineer

    ALTRAN Technologies Spain

    Project Coordinator at Alestis Aerospace SL on A350XWB Belly Fairing Air Supply Systems

    In charge of the strength and stability checks for the Air Supply Systems (metallic and composite structure)

    Weight optimization of the Belly Fairing metallic structure

     

    Project Coordinator at IBERICA del Espacio for Static und Dynamic Calculations

    Heat Transport Systems for Companies as LORAL (USA), TESAT, JENA Optronicks (GERMANY), EADS CASA Espacio (SPAIN), ISAS/JAXA (JAPAN)

     

    Maintain direct contact with clients of IBERICA del Espacio mentioned above, through meetings and teleconferences.

    Participate in meetings for different project phases (PDR-project design review; CDR-critical design review). Preparing all the documentation and presentations of each project phase.

    Prepare and supervise the analyses of each configuration as follows:

    Dimensioning of the entire structure and its vibration tools;

    Analyses for margins of safety in spatial environment: Static Linear and Dynamic Analyses, Thermo-elastic Analysis

    Participate in each vibration campaign, mostly at Spanish Institute of Spatial technology facilities (INTA). Providing technical support for vibration testing.

     

    Stress Engineer for EADS Casa Espacio Projects

    The satellite HispaSat 1E: Reflectors Europe RX, Europe TX and Pan America

    The satellite KaSat: Reflectors West External Red, West Internal Yellow, East External Blue, East Internal Green

     

    Dimensioning and validation thought modal analyses performed for each structure; Analyses for margins of safety in spatial environment :Static load cases, Sinusoidal Analysis (including notching), Thermo-elastic Analysis

    Preparation of stress reports for performed analyses and description of mathematical models used

     

    August 2007 – August 2008

    Stress Engineer for Thales Alenia Projects

    ICARO Company for Aerospace Romania

    M346 – Main Landing Gear Door; Frames on Front & Centre Fuselage;

     

    Static and stability calculations (Nastran/Patran and Handcalculations)

    Certification reports

     

    September 2006 – July 2007

    Stress Engineer for Renault Projects

    Segula Technologies Romania

    Performing FE models for different parts and assemblies for Renault and PSA using ANSA solutions

     

    Education

    October 2006 – February 2008

    University Polytechnic of Bucharest

    Faculty of Engineering and Management of Technological Systems

    Domain: Design and simulation of mechanical mobile systems

    Master of Science Degree

    „The study of Parallel Robot Mechanisms”

     

    October 2001 – September 2006

    University Polytechnic of Bucharest

    Faculty of Engineering and Management of Technological Systems

    Domain: The Technology of Machine Constructions

    Bachelor Degree

    “The Design of Two Prototypes of Parallel Robots with 4 Degrees of Freedom” (Project developed during a scholarship at University of Basque Country, Bilbo, Spain)

    “The technology of product manufacturing: The steps to manufacture a joint fork device”

     

     

    Personal skills and competences

    Languages:

    Deutsch (B2)

    English (Fluent)

    Spanish (Fluent)

    French (A2)

    Mother tongue: Romanian

     

    Computer Skills:

    Knowledge of ISSY and ASSACOS (Airbus Legacy Software)

    Familiar with ISAMI Modules (Airbus Software)

    Advanced knowledge of Nastran/Patran, ANSA;

    Knowledge of Visual Basic for Excel;

    Basic knowledge of AutoCAD, Lab View, CATIA V5;

     

    Trainnings:

    Project Management training courses (internal curs at P3 Engineering)

    ISAMI ANALYST - HANDLING-STATIC ANALYSIS certification

    „EXT-25 STRU CONCESSION ENG. ASS & VAL“ SAP certification

    Commercial Management (CESMA Business School, Spain)

    Strategical decisions as Project Manager training course


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