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Stress Engineer

Built and trained 8-person team of new engineers on structural analysis of highly specialized missile handling equipment. Created training materials for entry-level engineers.

  • Developed each team member into self-sufficiency within three months and many were identified for promotions in six months.
  • Streamlined on-board training process for new engineers.
  • Promoted twice based on outstanding performance recognized by customers and upper management.
Candidate Info
8
years in
workforce
8
years
at this job
C
Design & Systems Engineering
BS
Aeronautical Engineering
2

Stress Engineer

Analyzed stress in aircraft components using Excel and FEMAP with NASTRAN Finite Element Modeling.

  • Wrote official stress reports explaining part sizing, analysis methodology and compliance for customer review.
  • Investigated areas for improved efficiency and provided customer liaison services in Switzerland for 6 months.
  • Created stress analysis spreadsheets for electrical brackets on a fast-paced project in Spain for 7 weeks.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
3
years
at this job
BSE
Aerospace Engineering
3

Stress Engineer

Performed stress analysis by using hand calculations and finite element method (FEMAP& NASTRAN).

  • Documented structural substantiation reports to meet 14 CFR Parts 23 and 25 regulations.
  • Provided design guideline, structural test support and MRB repairs to ensure the airworthiness of aircraft structural modifications.
  • Evaluated engineering drawings, design concept and material/parts selection to meet structural integrity.
Candidate Info
13
years in
workforce
7
years
at this job
BS
Aeronautical / Aerospace Engineering
MS
Aerospace Engineering
PhD
Aerospace Engineering
4

Stress Engineer

[company name] provided the design and stress analysis of various interior components of VIP aircraft. Certification of the aircraft was provided at project completion.

  • Led team of 3 engineers for stress analysis, providing status updates to management and customer.
  • Wrote substantiation reports for aircraft submitted to Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approval standards.
  • Sent to off-site designated engineer representative's company for liaison services, provided analysis and customer support during 3 month assignment which reduced number of reports requiring completion by 90% in constrained timeline.
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BS
Mechanical Engineering
5

Stress Engineer

Substantiated Wing to Body fairing access door modification using classical laminate theory (CLT) and FeMap/NX Nastran v4.1 to obtain STC. Analysis included layer by layer stress analysis using Tsai-Wu failure criterion, Eigen value stability check, fastener loads, boundary condition substantiation, sensitivity runs, repair doubler design, and load path optimization.

  • Created fuselage access panel hole modification report with stability analysis per shear buckling criterion and ring doubler design with analysis based on equivalent strength.
  • Produced a pull-out table analysis report. Performed load path analysis, static equilibrium calculations, and evaluated integral vs. built-up beam concepts for the abuse load case.
  • Developed A and B basis insert allowables in shear and tension for MidCoast composite honeycomb panels. Testing was performed per ASTM standards.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
4
months
at this job
BS
Aerospace Engineering
MA
Aerospace Engineering
6

Stress Engineer

Worked on a jet avionics structure cabinet to check structure adequacy during flight load cases.

  • Contributed to the design and analysis of Radar Antenna structures to withstand high wind loads.
  • Analysis involved heavy classical hand calculations and CAE analysis using Patran and Nastran.
  • Wrote formal stress reports to comply with FAA and Military requirements.
Candidate Info
19
years in
workforce
7
months
at this job
BS
Aerospace Engineering
7

Staff Stress Engineer

Assessed diverse failure modes on multiple components of the exhaust system for the Bombardier C-Series, Boeing 787 Dreamliner, Mitsubishi Regional Jet, and Airbus A350 and A320 programs.

  • Altered finite element models and conducted finite element analysis to support the stress analysis needs on various exhaust components.
  • Aided in ensuring on time completion of preliminary design reviews, critical design reviews, flight readiness reviews, and means of compliance reviews.
  • Performed stress analysis on metals under extreme conditions, including methods for low cycle fatigue analysis, high cycle fatigue analysis, static strength check (using limit loads, ultimate loads, and fan blade off loads).
  • Developed VBA macros to read and process results into usable data
Candidate Info
14
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
AAS
Business
BS
Mechanical Engineering
8

Stress Engineer

Led the team in design and problem solving; coordinated multiple projects

  • Participated in more than 10 projects, including commercial building, shopping and business centers
  • Reduced material cost by conducting risk mitigation on structure under wind and seismic hazards
  • Collaborated with developers and clients to research and designed building structures
  • Advanced structure safety through commercial software, evaluated and mitigated emergency and resolved technical problems on site
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
MS
Civil Engineering
PhD
Civil Engineering
9

Stress Engineer

Performed finite element stress analysis of composite panels in aircraft flooring using Patran & Nastran

  • Estimated initial sizing of the panels using classical methods. Calculated preliminary skin stress, core shear stress
  • Defined load paths, panel type, optimum skin thickness. Developed a FEA model in Patran & Nastran for validation
  • Documented test plans with test results & final design for DGCA-India certification under FAA regulations
Candidate Info
11
months in
workforce
11
months
at this job
BE
Aeronautical Engineering
MS
Aerospace Engineering
10

Lead Stress Engineer

Engine Nacelles / Analysis Standards AIRBUS A350 XWB

  • Responsible for preparing and integrating technical presentations for internal/external design reviews
  • Appointed as the Goodrich Subject Matter Expert and A350 XWB POC for composite panel joint analysis
  • Performed and documented static and fatigue analysis for metallic and composite nacelle components
  • Programmed Excel Visual Basic and Access based standard analytical tools for company-wide use
Candidate Info
5
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
BS
Mechanical Engineering
MBA
Business

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