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Stress Engineers test pipe systems by using specialized software such as Caesar II. A typical example resume for Stress Engineers mentions duties like interpreting computer models and CAD drawings, designing pipe supports, collaborating with other oil and gas industry engineers, advising senior management, and making sure industry regulations are respected. Based on our collection of resume samples, essential qualifications include engineering expertise, analytical thinking, computer proficiency, time management, and teamwork. A degree in mechanical or chemical engineering is often required.

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Stress Engineer

Developed internal loads Finite Element Models (FEM) for ultimate, fatigue, and damage tolerance analysis on the Boeing 737 airplane.

  • Helped develop fine mesh FEM for analysis of high stress regions of an airplane.
  • Post-processed data for use in classical stress analysis.
  • Performed classical hand stress analysis.
  • Verified commercial airline internal load FEMs conversions from CATIA-ELFINI to NASTRAN.
  • Worked on development of tools to post-process NASTRAN data to be used with internal company software.
  • Served as a summer intern mentor in the summers of 2007, 2009, and 2010 which included teaching and modeling good engineering practices and helping them with daily life tasks in Wichita, KS.
Candidate Info
6
years in
workforce
5
years
at this job
BS
Aerospace Engineering
MBA
Finance
12

Senior Stress Engineer

Led a team in structure design and problem solving following design codes

  • Performed static/dynamic stress analysis of large scale structures using ABAQUS, linear modal analysis of steel structures using ANSYS
  • Optimized design with material cost/budget subjected to risk assessment on structure under wind and seismic hazards
  • Participated in more than 10 projects, including commercial building, shopping and business centers
  • 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
13

South Korea, Technical Assistant Stress Engineer

Helped set up foundation of in-country Stress Analysis group.

  • Established Stress Analysis Guidelines for in-county engineers.
  • Supported major layout of load-path structures for entire T-50 airframe.
  • Led training lectures and daily mentored in-country engineers.
  • Supported detail design of center fuselage structure for T-50 airframe.
  • Assisted the Korean lead of the Center Fuselage Stress Analysis group.
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
4
years
at this job
BS
Aerospace Engineering And Mechanics
14

Stress Engineer

  • Performed stress analysis to calculate forces, vibrations, thermal expansion within complex piping systems for power and process applications using CAESAR 5.0
  • Analyzed piping layouts to specify the different load supports to be applied on the cross-sections of the pipes.
  • Designed the specifications and performed product testing of pipes and other piping related components based on standard ASME 31.3.
  • Prepared and verified the specifications for various mechanical components such as pumps, motors, compressors.
  • Created pipe layout and isometric drawings with the data from process, instrumentation and mechanical departments.
  • Assisted with preparation of Piping - Instrumentation diagrams and line list to ensure seamless development efforts
Candidate Info
3
years in
workforce
10
months
at this job
BE
Mechanical
MS
Product Development Engineering
15

Stress Engineer

Lead engineer over 5 other engineers on the Cessna Citation Bravo thrust reverser project

  • Analyzed the nozzle assembly , doors , and actuators , on the Cessna Excel thrust reverser project
  • Performed a great deal of composite analysis and testing. Wrote test plans and reports for tension , compression , and beam tests
  • Stress and fatigue analysis on hush kits for 737 engines
  • Used ANSYS to model and analyze thrust reverser parts where the complexity of the part demanded it
  • Automated all of my analysis using Mathcad and Excel so that the effects of changing loads or other parameters could be examined very quickly
Candidate Info
14
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BS
Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
16

Stress Engineer

Performed flight deck seat track analysis (CATIA-V4, Catia-Elfini & Hand analysis), prepared analysis report / strength check notes, drove improvement of the test procedures, and coordinated additional testing requirements with the vendor

  • Developed 16G dynamic and 9G static flight test requirements, procedures, instrumentation and configuration definition
  • Reviewed and approved structural test plans and reports (for improvements, thoroughness, and clarity) for FAA/FAR (Federal Acquisition Regulations) certification of seats, lavatories, galleys, space integrated carts, electrical payloads equipment and other payloads commodities
  • Led our engineers in the development of standard test methods and processes; and applied advanced test technologies to develop test procedures. Emphasis was on proper test setup, minimizing risk, verification of test methods, and procedural content to meet FAA/FAR, customer, and [company name] requirements
  • Coached, managed and trained overseas [company name] Development Center (BDC) engineering team in the development of seat interface loads (via Proprietary "SeatLoads" Program). Collaborated with BDC management
  • Maintained proprietary software program that runs an Excel based Visual Basic application used for generating structural interface loads for aircraft seats to meet formatting and content requirements of the customer
Candidate Info
15
years in
workforce
6
years
at this job
BS
Mechanical Engineering
17

IMC (pipe Stress Engineer)

St. Lucie Nuclear Power Plant (FPL)Extended Power Uprate Project

  • Analyzed ASME Class 2 & 3 and B31.1 Piping Systems.
  • Prepared and Checked Pipe Stress Calculations
  • Performed Design Verification
  • Calculations: (i.e. Qualified Penetrations, Wall Thickness, IWA's, etc.)
  • Reviewed P&ID's and Initiated Engineering Changes
  • Performed Walk Downs
Candidate Info
12
years in
workforce
8
months
at this job
BS
Mechanical Engineering
18

Stress Engineer

Support in GAMESA 4.5 MW wind turbine calculations in the Design Department

  • Working as part of the Mechanical Engineering Design department of GAMESA
  • Development of FEA (PATRAN/ABAQUS 6.8) for different parts of the 4.5 MW wind turbine, having as input CATIA design files at different design stages
  • Organization and interpretation of large amount of electronic data resulting from Finite Element Analyses
  • My final interpretations of the analyses led to the refinement of the design in the next design steps of the design iteration process for the analyzed structural parts
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
1
year
at this job
MA
Aeronautical Engineering
19

Pipe Stress Engineer

Completed static and dynamic stress analysis of piping systems in support of The Department of Energy's (DOE) Salt Waste Processing Facility (SWPF) located at the Savannah River Site in Jackson, SC. in accordance with ASME, ANSI B31.3 code requirements using Caesar II software program.

  • Used loads obtained from Caesar II to qualify tank and pump nozzle allowable loads provided from vendor.
  • Verified supports dimension and location using Smart Plant
  • Coordinated with lead to improve documentation procedure to ensure documents and calcs are updated and can be tracked easily.
  • Delegated work assignments and maintain work schedule. Manpower allocation
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BS
Chemical Engineering
20

Pipe Stress Engineer

Perform Pipe stress analysis as per the input data (geometry, load cases) using CAESAR II specific application of static and dynamic analysis for seismic load conditions. Checked complete pipe stress package, type of support & analyzed loads including nozzle. Modeled support components per stress analysis for standard and engineered supports.

  • Prepared support drawings showing detail such as dimension, weld, bill of material and notes for engineered support to prepared calculation and update ISO drawings for construction.
  • Evaluate all piping supports, restraints and anchor loading are maintained within an acceptable range and the flanged and mechanical joint have been evaluated for leakage as defined by ASME Section III, Division 1, NC-3658 and ASME B16.
  • Checked plant layout, P&ID, PFD, piping isometrics, piping/equipment specifications, piping bill of material, data sheets and with good experience in piping sizing and thickness calculations.
  • Involved in assembling bid packages for piping purchase inquiries to be issued for procurement of materials or subcontract pricing, technical evaluation of all piping bids
  • Attained troubleshooting in piping turnaround and construction fabrication modification activities.
Candidate Info
4
years in
workforce
2
years
at this job
BE
Mechanical Engineering
MS
Mechanical Engineering

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