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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:23-11-2017
     Last Modified:23-11-2017 (10:50)
    Job information
     Current job:Mechanical Design Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 2 months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations
     KeywordsMechanical Design Engineer, Inventor, AutoCAD, Space Propulsion Systems, MATLAB, Simulink, NASTRAN, Ansys, GasTurb, SolidWorks
    CV

    CURRENT

    STATUS

    Mechanical Design Engineer at Heli-One (No) AS.

     CAREER

    OBJECTIVE

    I aim to make significant contributions to the aerospace industry by engaging in technically challenging projects as a mechanical engineer. I am keenly interested in aerospace systems and mechanical design. As a mechanical design engineer, I have engaged in the full design process; from the concept phase, through to production, installation, and certification. These tasks have required a large degree of autonomy, teamwork and leadership and have exposed me to new analytical methods and new technologies such as 3D printing and 3D scanning.

     

    PROJECTS

    I have led and participated in a number of technically challenging projects in the aerospace industry in my current role, and in the field of space system analysis, propulsion, flight mechanics, CFD, aircraft design.

    Design of a medical rack and medical equipment holders. The rack that was developed was very fast to install on the helicopter, used no tooling, and positioned critical medical equipment in a practical way. The rack design was a very elegant solution that addressed critical needs in life saving operations.

    Space Systems Analysis: thesis/ internship position at DLR. The project was to assess and further develop the performance and mass estimation tools currently used at DLR. Multi-disciplinary analysis (MDA) and optimisation (MDO) methods were employed using RCEnvironment to perform sensitivity analyses and optimisation routines.

    Aerospace Structures: FEA analysis of the SSME nozzle with distributed pressures and temperatures in Ansys static structural.

    Flight Mechanics: development of a six-degree-of-freedom non-linear flight simulator from scratch using MATLAB, which demonstrated the stability characteristics of an aircraft for a given configuration.

    Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD): CFD analysis with a turbulent scheme was used on the 2015 nosecone design for the formula SAE team at the University of Sydney, thereby verifying a real-life design using computational methods.

    TECHNICAL

    SKILLS

    Programming MATLAB, Simulink, Python, basic C++, Arduino, Octave

    Field Specific

    Aeronautics: Inventor, Autodesk Simulation Mechanical, AutoCAD

    Propulsion: Rocket Propulsion Analysis (RPA), GasTurb, Liquid Propulsion Analysis - 1 (LRP-1), Liquid Propulsion Analysis - 2

    (LRP-2), EcosimPro (with the ESPSS toolbox)

    Aerodynamics: XFOIL, Open VSP

    CFD and FEA: Ansys Fluent, Ansys Structural, Strand 7, NASTRAN

    Other Technical report writing, Remote Component Environment (RCEnvironment), SolidWorks, LaTeX, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, Audacity

     

    EDUCATION             

    Tertiary Education                       2012 - 2016

    Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering, University of Sydney

    Secondary Education                  2006 - 2011

    Fort Street High School (academically selective), ATAR: 90.8 (first decile)

     

    WORK EXPERIENCE

    Mechanical Design Engineer (Heli-One No). October 2016 - Present

    My role as a Mechanical Design Engineer has been to design innovative solutions for helicopter modifications. I have overseen entire projects, from the concept phases, through to production, installation and certification. I have worked under the EASA Part 21 J approval. The position allowed me to develop my mechanical design skills, allowing me to develop ideas in a much more practical sense, my ability to perform structural analysis, work independently and as a team, presentation skills, and take on leadership roles.

    Student Intern at the Deutsches Zentrum fu¨r Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (DLR). August 2015 - February 2016

    At my student internship role at DLR, I worked on a project thesis in the field of Space Systems Analysis. During the project I systematically assessed and developed current Rocket Propulsion performance and mass estimation tools being used at DLR. The project allowed me to develop my technical skills as an engineer, design, information seeking, and my intuition for liquid propulsion systems as well as multi-disciplinary analysis (MDA) and multi-disciplinary optimisation (MDO).

    Panj (start-up)- Co-Founder and Sales Representative. 2010

    The start-up experience allowed me to lead business initiatives and product design of natural products (such as shampoo & conditioner)

    PERSONAL

    BACKGROUND

    Languages

    Portuguese (B2-C1), English (background), Norwegian (level  A2), and German (level A1)

     

    Citizenship Status

    Dual Australian and British citizenship

     

    University Involvement

    AIAA Fourth Year Representative          2016

     

     

    Windsoc President

    2014

     

    Co-founder of Sydney Ladies in Aerospace

    2014

     

    Member of Windsoc

    2012 - 2016

     

    Member of AIAA

    2012 - 2016

     

    Member of Sydney University Musical Society

    2012 - 2013, 2016

    High School Extra-Curricular Activities

    Fort Street Choirs and Sydney Regional Choir              2006 - 2011 Fort Street Concert Band and Fort Street Wind Ensemble  2006 - 2011

    Awards and Special Achievements

    Gold Award Australian Band Championships  2010 Soloist in the Sydney Regional Choir          2009

    Chamber Choir Eisteddfod Finalist      2009 School Choir Eisteddfod Finalist  2008 - 2009

    Silver Award for Australian Band Championships        2007 - 2008 Scholarship at Meriden Anglican High School 2006

    Hobbies

    CFD, squash, tennis, kayaking, cycling, choral singing and painting

     

    REFERENCES            

    Dr Martin Sippel

    Department Head for the SART department at DLR

    Martin.Sippel(at)dlr.de

    Mr Etienne Dumont

    Researcher for the SART department at DLR

    Etienne.Dumont(at)dlr.de

    Dr Dries Verstraete

    Senior Lecturer in Aerospace Design at the University of Sydney

    dries.verstraete(at)sydney.edu.au

    Dr Peter Gibbens

    Associate Professor at the University of Sydney

    peter.gibbens(at)sydney.edu.au

    Further references are available on request.


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