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DOUGLAS J.

ESPOSITO
(408) 857-5216 (Cell)
dougespo@earthlink.net
OBJECTIVE: Position as a Stress/Dynamics/Systems Engineer
SUMMARY: Over 20 years experience in engineering problem solving.
Skills include:

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Expert in Finite Element Analysis (FEA). Programs include ANSYS,
PATRAN, NASTRAN, FEMAP. Expert skills in non-linear
stress/structures, dynamics and mechanical engineering analysis. Very
strong manufacturing, heat transfer, and fluid mechanics experience.
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Extensive successful experience in contract engineering assignments
"hitting the ground running". Responsible for major designs on F22,
Bell/Boeing 609, Space Shuttle main engine and more.
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Lead Structural/Stress Engineer on many Aerospace/Defense
assignments with a unique understanding of the engineering sciences
to solve problems.
QUALIFICATIONS
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Experience as Senior Engineer, Project Engineer, and Supervisor
Engineer. Charged with control of multiple ongoing tasks with budgets
ranging to $1M+ and an appropriate sized staff to complete the job.
Excellent communication skills, written and verbal. Integrated
product team with multi-discipline interaction with engineering,
accounting, subcontractors and customers. Presentation of Critical
Design Reviews (CDR). Stress Analysis Reports to FAR Part 25, Project
Reports, Manpower management, and project tracking. Great
interpersonal skills. Work very well in a team environment.

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Complete experience in all facets of Mechanical/Structural
Engineering including Stress & Dynamic Analysis Classical and
Computer (FEA - Modal, PSD, Shock Response, Response Spectra, Linear
and Non-Linear Transient, Frequency Response), Fatigue, Fracture
Mechanics, Creep-Rupture, Elastic-Plastic, Hyper-Elastic, MRB and
more.

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Work also entailed Heat Transfer Analysis, and Computational Fluid
Dynamics (CFD) and Coupled Field Analysis, Dynamic and Fluid Testing,
Structural and Dynamic testing of component parts. Material testing,
Sub-Sonic Aerodynamic Testing through 1/16 scale models and more.

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Software experience: NASTRAN, ANSYS, PATRAN, SDRC I-DEAS, MARC,
ABAQUS, LS-DYNA, FORTRAN, MATHCAD, FEMAP, NASGRO, INTERLEAF, UNIX and
MS Operating Sys., MS Office, CATIA, UNIGRAPHICS, IINVENTOR.

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Complete understanding of Systems relating to, and Analysis of
Commercial and Military Aircraft, Gas Turbine Engines, Rocket
Engines, Missiles and Pressure Vessels.
QUALIFICATIONS (continued)
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Air Craft - Commercial. Components include Fuselage, Horizontal and
Vertical stabilizers, Empennage, Bulkheads, Struts, Nacelles, Flaps,
structural connections, fatigue and fracture, composites and metals,
torque tubes, lugs, stringers, yokes, actuators, bearings, spines,
gear boxes, fuel pumps.
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Gas Turbine Engines. Components include Turbine Disk and Blades,
Nozzle, Struts, Combustor, Engine Case, Fan, lugs, fatigue and
fracture, fasteners, piping, actuators, bearings, spines, gearing,
springs, flanges, housings, composite and metal structures.
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Rocket Engine. Components include Turbo Pump, Nozzles, Fuel
Injectors, Combustor, Composite and Metal Structures.
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Military Aircraft, Missiles, and Satellites. Electronic Packaging,
Printed Wire Assemblies, aircraft and missiles components including
Radar Dome (composites), Engine Nacelle and Nozzle (composite and
metal Structures) and Struts, Satellite Structures (composite and
metal Structures), Rubber and Polymer Structures, electric motors,
gearing and gear boxes, Electro-Mechanical Actuators (ball-screw)
lugs, fasteners, welding, sheet metal, material engineering,
connections, fatigue and fracture mechanics.
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Contract assignments with Pratt & Whitney, Northrop-Grumman, GE, L3,
Boeing, Goodrich, Aerojet, Sundstrand, Triumph, Teledyne,
Allied-Signal (now Honeywell), ATK, Eclipse, Infinia, Halliburton,
Ebasco, Westinghouse, & Martin.
EDUCATION AND TRAINING
B.S., Engineering Structural Mechanics (Civil) a Columbia
University School of Engineering, New York, NY.
ANSYS certificates in Work Bench, Nonlinear Analysis, Heat Transfer,
Dynamics, and Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD).
PATRAN Pre and Post processing training
NASTRAN Advanced Dynamics Certificate
MARC training
Six Sigma training (GE Appliance, Louisville KY)
Gas Turbine Design and Analysis (General Electric)
Rocket Nozzle Design and Analysis (Pratt & Whitney)
SDRC IDEAS training
ASME Sections III and VIII training
Micro Electro Mechanical Systems (MEMS) Certificate in ANSYS.
PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
TECHNICAL AND ARTICULATION
ANSYS (Classic & Workbench), NASTRAN, PATRAN, FEMAP, ABAQUS,
MathCAD, LS-DYNA, UNIGRAPHICS, CATIA, AUTODESK INVENTOR, NASGRO,
FLAWGROW, POWERGEAR, ABJONES
Additional expertise with UNIX and Windows operating systems and
Windows business applications.
Six Sigma training and analysis GE appliance division.
Represented customer in technical presentations (PDR/CDR) to
Clients, The Public and Government regulators Including Navy, Army,
Air Force, NRC and Gray Hair Committee ( NASA, Rocketdyne, Pratt &
Whitney).
Analysis to FAR Part 25, ASME Section VIII, Div. 2, Mil-Standards.
Lockheed-Martin Aircraft, Pratt & Whitney, GE.
ANALYSIS
Finite Element Analysis (FEA), Finite Element Modeling (FEM), and
hand calculation methods. Stress and structural analysis (limit,
ultimate, fatigue, damage tolerance and durability).
Method of Moments (MOM), Finite Difference Time Domain (FDTD),
Uniform Theory of Diffraction (UTD), Frequency Domain Finite
Differences (FDFD), and Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD).
Linear and nonlinear, static and dynamic analysis (gap element,
elastic-plastic, visco-elastic, hyper-plasticity, large
displacement-buckling, modal, random response (PSD), response
spectra, linear (modal superposition) and non-linear transient
dynamic analysis (time step implicit and explicit analysis),
material, geometric.
Multi-physics, mechanical, electromagnetic, heat transfer, fluid,
CFD, acoustic, random vibration, power spectral density (PSD)
analysis. Crack propagation and fracture studies.
Composite analysis, Satellite, Aircraft Structure and Components,
Missile and Rocket Engines, Structure and components.
Gas turbine engine components, rocket engine components (solid and
liquid), military and civilian aircraft structures and components,
missiles and launch systems, satellite structures (composite and
metal), rubber and polymer structures (hyper-elastic/plastic),
electric motors, gearing and gear boxes, lugs, fasteners, welds,
alloys, and sheet metals.
Developed test specifications and plans for structural component
(dynamic and static), materials (metals and polymer [strain energy
analysis]), High e.g. centenary equations for marine fuel and oil
lines under shock response load.
Patent on compliant gear design for Bell 609 Tilt Rotor Helicopter
(U.S. Patent 5,911,788), as well as an alternate design. FEA model
(non-linear) and test had less than 2% difference.
Submitted three patent disclosures (confidential) on F-22 vectoring
nozzle, including unique anchor system to spread loading among several
rows of anchor lugs and a zero strain device for nozzle liners.
Developed structural system to reverse thermal strain on 1000
gradient over " spacing for F22 nozzle.
Innovative design (proven by FEA model) which reduced parts on
mechanism and increased ease of installation of rotor assembly for
JSF rotor. Same idea was proven to engage all teeth on spin.
Patent disclosure on Space Shuttle main engine nozzle using
superconducting materials.
Original idea, first in gas turbine engine industry to use
axisymmetric/symmetric modeling for non-linear solutions, sharply
improving efficiency of analysis for F-22 liners for LCF.
Solved longstanding design flaw in Trident missile launch tubes.
Analysis of weld fabrication and hyper-elastic model electrical
connections. Explicit to Implicit (FEA) analysis conversion.
Developed design/analysis solution for sealing missile launch tube
with leakage problems using hyper-elastic analysis.
Corrected test methods and developed FEA model for the analysis
(fatigue and crack propagation) of torque tube connection.
Found unique, non-destructive solution (hydro-lazing, technology
transfer from Aerospace to Nuclear power), to remove fuel-saturated
seals around backup generators. Completed project 4 weeks ahead of
schedule.
Innovative design solution saving manpower on construction cost
using cost-benefit analysis.
Doubled expected weight reduction goal on nacelle hinge beam for
Boeing 777.
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (CONTRACT ENGINEERING)
2009 to 2010 CONSULTANT a" Douglas Technical Services., Santa
Clara, CA
Stress and Dynamic Analysis of Fuel Valves for Parker Aerospace and
gas turbine thermocouples for Thermal Couple USA. Ansys Workbench
modeling with Ozen Engineering Ansys Channel Partner. . ANSYS
WORKBENCH and Classic, MATHCAD, NASGRO.
2008 to 2009 SR. ENGINEER a" Infinia Corp., Kennewick, WA.
Stress and Dynamic Analysis, Crack propagation_ _and Heat transfer
analysis of Sterling engine components for solar power unit to ASME
Sec. VIII. High temperature (1400F) high pressure (800 psi) analysis
of Nickel and Steel base alloys. ANSYS WORKBENCH and Classic,
MATHCAD, NASGRO.
2008 MRB/STRESS ENGINEER a" Eclipse Aerospace, Albuquerque, NM
Equivalent strength design and/or alternate design of minor
manufacturing defects on the Eclipse 500 (Far Part 25). Stress
substantiation reports of designs changes. NASTRAN, PATRAN, MATHCAD,
SAP, MS Office.
2007 to 2008 Sr. STRESS ENGINEER a" L3 Coleman Aerospace, Orlando,
FL
Static, Dynamic, and closed form solution. Analysis of missile
body, components and connections for THADD LRALT and SRALT programs.
Lead Stress Engineer for SRALT program. Developed unique concept to
attenuate concentrated stress at Solid Rocket motor joint. NASTRAN,
PATRAN, FEMAP, MATHCAD, MS Office.
2007 SR. STRESS ENGINEER a" Triumph Gear Systems, Park City, UT
Static, Dynamic, and non-linear analysis of gears, ball screw
actuators, bearings, housings, brakes, lugs, splines and more. MRB
(brake stabilizer KC135, Ball screw 787). Represented customer in
design review to the DOD and Boeing. Established
requirements/recommendations for computing hardware and software
(MSC). Analysis using NASTRAN, PATRAN, MATHCAD, MS Office. AGMA,
PowerGear, ABJones.
2006 SR. STRESS ENGINEER a" ATK. Clearfield, UT
Analysis Javelin Aircraft Composite (Carbon-Carbon) Fuselage.
Weight reduction, connection analysis. Develop stiffness criteria for
composite panels and access doors. Composite analysis of skin and
bulkheads, NASTRAN, PATRAN, MATHCAD, EXCEL, WORD, POWERPOINT
2005 to 2006 SR. STRESS ENGINEER - D3 Technologies, San Diego, CA
Analysis of JSF CTOL Variant. Subcontract to Lockheed-Martin.
Analysis of Equipment Bay Supports, Bulkheads, Trays, Composite Skin,
and Floors on forward fuselage, Composites and aluminum materials.
Lockheed analysis tools (hand calculations) which include SLIM,
VISION, IMAT, IDAT. NASTRAN, PATRAN, MATHCAD, EXCEL, WORD, POWERPOINT

2004 to 2005 SR. STRESS/SYSTEMS ENGINEER - Goodrich Aerostructures


Group, Chula Vista, CA
Analysis of C5 Pylon Primary, Secondary, and System components.
Stress and dynamic analysis (Random PSD and Acoustics) of Spar, Spar
Web, Fwd Bulkhead, Connor Panel, Wing Fairing, Environmental Control
System Ducts and misc. secondary structures. MRB of Lower spar,
Bulkhead, fasteners/connection, wing faring connections) and skin
panels. Non-linear (elastic-plastic contact) analysis of Wing Faring
support brackets. Task leader on total redesign of wing fairing.
NASTRAN, PATRAN, MATHCAD, EXCEL, WORD, POWERPOINT
2003 to 2004 SR. SYSTEMS ENGINEER - Northrop Grumman, Sunnyvale, CA

Stress and dynamic analysis of various mechanical components.


Non-linear Hyper-Elastic, 3D contact analysis of electrical
terminals. This was done by first running an Explicit solution an
ABAQUS, then transferring the solution as boundary conditions to an
Implicit solution (large displacement, hyper-elastic, contact
elements with friction).
Heat transfer (transient) of missile tube manufacturing (welding).
This solved a problem with warping of the missile tubes which was a
result of the manufacturing process. Analysis of marine components
including hoses using Centenary, piping, supports and wood crates.
ANSYS, ABAQUS, NASTRAN/ PATRAN
2002 to 2003 SR. STRUCTURES ENGINEER-Belcan Eng. Ser. for Pratt and
Whitney. West Palm Beach, FL
Analyzed rotor components on Joint Strike Fighter, F135 for Pratt &
Whitney engine. Frequency response of engine components. Vibrations
analysis and LCF, and Fracture Mechanics (Durability analysis of MRB
Compressor disk).
Developed novel approach for full spline (teeth) engagement
considering manufacturing tolerances and contact friction using
non-linear elastic-plastic analysis. MRB compressor disk and shear
panel on nozzle liners. ANSYS, PATRAN, NASTRAN, MATHCAD, EXCEL, WORD,
POWERPOINT
2001 to 2002 SR. SYSTEMS ENGINEER - Northrop Grumman, Sunnyvale, CA

Analyzed Hyper-Elastic, Mooney-Revlin materials (Organic based) for


_Trident_ Launch Tubs Developed specifications for testing materials
for strain energy analysis, lifting, and damage tolerance. Designed
and analyzed various configurations to optimize life. Performed heat
transfer of cooling fins and conducted 2-D fluid steady state fluid
dynamics. ANSYS, ABAQUS, NASTRAN, PATRAN, MATHCAD, EXCEL, WORD,
POWERPOINT
2001 SR. DYNAMICS ENGINEER- Aerojet, Sacramento, CA
Analyzed electrical packaging for Rocket Engine Motor Controls for
_Atlas V_ programs. Performed random dynamic analysis of solid Rocket
Motor components, (PSD), mechanical, thermal analysis and design of
engine raceway. Random vibration of (PSD) solid rocket engine motor
assembly. Analysis of ground support equipment. Composite analysis
(Carbon-Carbon-Copper) of hybrid Rocket Nozzle, and Fuel Pump.
Dynamic (PSD & Shock), Thermal, and Elastic-Plastic. Calculations
using Excel and MATHCAD. ANSYS, PATRAN, NASTRAN, ABAQUS, LS-DYNA.
2000 to 2001 SR. STRESS ENGINEER- Raytheon/Boeing Satellites, El
Segundo, CA
Boeing's _SPACEWAY_ Satellite Structure. Analysis of aluminum and
honeycomb (cellulose phenolic resin) composite structures. Analyzed
electronic packaging of military aircraft components. Composite,
elastic-plastic analysis of printed wire assembly Reduced orthotropic
properties for FEA model in ABAQUS. Fatigue analysis. Analysis using
Excel. PATRAN, NASTRAN, ABAQUS
2000 SR. ENGINEER - Rocket Development Co., Long Beach, CA.
Analyzed rocket engine components for pre-IPO company (Rocket
Development Co., Long Beach, CA). Injector assembly, nozzle, lox
dome, fuel manifold. ANSYS, LS-DYNA, MATHCAD
1999 to 2000 SR. ENGINEER a" Kolpak Manufacturing, Selmer TENN
Analysis of General Electric's Monogram Refrigerators. Composite
analysis (Crushable foam with sheet metal face sheets) of
refrigerators for durability analysis using transient Shock Response.
Six Sigma analysis of Refrigerator doors and hinge assemblies.
LS-DYNA, ANSYS, MATHCAD.
1999 SR. MECHANICAL ENGINEER -Teledyne CAE, Toledo OH
Analyzed gas turbine components for the Tactical Tomahawk and J69
engines. Analyzed Turbine disk, Compressor disk, Turbine Inlet
Nozzle, Compressor Blade, and External components. Transient dynamic
& Non-linear transient dynamic analysis of motor/missile structure,
PSD, and Harmonic analysis of rotor and components. Life, and damage
tolerance, hand calculations, MRB struts, engine case, stators,
NASGRO, ANSYS, PATRAN, ABAQUS, MS OFFICE.
1998 to 1999 SR. STRESS ENGINEER -General Electric, Lynn, MA
Responsibilities included linear and nonlinear (gap elements with
friction) analysis of military gas turbine components including
turbine disk, spacers, live and dead rim. Durability analysis
(fatigue and fracture mechanics) of turbine disk and rim. MRB
(turbine blade). ANSYS, MS Office. GE crack propagation program.
1997 to 1998 SR. MECHANICAL ENGINEER -Sundstrand Aerospace,
Rockford, IL.
Responsibilities included analysis and design input in various
products. Analysis includes linear, nonlinear (e.g. gap elements,
plasticity, and large displacement-buckling analysis using FEA and
hand calculation(s). Programming in FORTRAN and ANSYS53. Projects
included the Bell-Boeing 609 Pylon Conversion System (tilt rotor),
PW2043 fuel pump, dynamic analysis of PW500 main fuel pump splitter
blade, and B1 ground safety latch. FEA with ANSYS53. Fatigue and
fracture mechanics. Hand calculations Mathcad. Patent on compliant
gear design. MRB brake retainer connection and housing (investment
casting). Performed random dynamic analysis of Geer Box, (PSD).
ANSYS, MATHCAD, NASGRO, MS Office.
1995 to 1997 SR. STRESS ENGINEER - Allied-Signal Engines, Phoenix,
AZ.
Responsibilities included linear and nonlinear (gaps, plasticity,
buckling) stress analysis of gas turbine components for the
commercial airline industry. Components include turbine disk, struts,
engine case, spacers, mounts, bearing housing, sheet metal parts and
more. Dynamic analysis (Modal, Random, Shock, Acoustic), non-linear
static analysis, fatigue and fracture mechanics. MRB fwd engine
mount, hand calculations. ANSYS, MATHCAD, NASGRO, EXCEL, FORTRAN,
BASIC
1995 SR. STRESS ENGINEER - General Electric, Schenectady, N.Y.
Responsibilities included linear and nonlinear analysis of
industrial gas turbine components for the power industry Components
included the turbine disk, spacers, live and dead rim. Fatigue and
crack propagation. MRB, spline, hand calculations. ANSYS, EXCEL
1994 to 1995 SR. STRUCTURES/STRESS ENGINEER - Pratt & Whitney, West
Palm Beach, FL
Static, dynamic, linear and nonlinear analysis of the space shuttle
main engine turbo pump components. Components included the turbine
disk, blades, spacers, rim sections, diffusers, and more. Analysis
(DATA REDUCTION, PSD) of Space Shuttle Main Engine test data for
development of design criteria. Intellectual property disclosure for
SSME nozzle concept. SDRC IDEAS, ANSYS, EXCEL, FORTRAN,
1993 to 1994 SR. STRESS ENGINEER - Boeing, Wichita, KS
Stress Analysis in the design of the nacelle (carbon-carbon
composite) and support components (composite and metal) for the
Boeing 777. Exceeded hinge beam weight reduction goals by 100%.
Analysis and MRB of Composite Nacelle (Carbon-Carbon) Boeing Design
Manual, Boeing analysis programs. NASTAN, PATRAN
1992 to 1993 LEAD PROJECT/STRESS ENGINEER - Halliburton NUS,
Raleigh, NC
Responsible for the design and analysis of a variety of piping and
various structures for the Carolina Power and Light Nuclear
Engineering Division. Developed work procedure for safety related
equipment saving customer and beating schedule date by more then 4
weeks. Response Spectra Analysis, Hand Calculations. IDEAS, NASTRAN,
FORTRAN, BASIC
1990 to 1992 LEAD PROJECT ENGINEER - Ebasco Engineering, Oak Ridge,
TN
Supervised several tasks including the analysis of 5000 items form
field walk-down data, saving of $7M to customer. Developed and
supervised analysis procedures of pressure vessel penetrations.
Represented customer in design review to the NRC. Analyzed piping and
supports. NON-LINEAR TRANSIENT DYNAMIC ANALYSIS OF REACTOR CONTAINMENT
VESSEL. Hand Calculations, NASTRAN, IDEAS, FORTRAN
1987 to 1990 SR. STRUCTURE/STRESS ENGINEER -Pratt & Whitney, West
Palm Beach, FL
Performed stress analysis of PW5000 (F-119) nozzle liners,
substructure and components. Analyzed modified fan case for F-15.
Honeycomb Composite (NASTRAN, Mat8, PCOMP). Work entailed elastic,
elastic-plastic, creep deflection and Buckling (non-linear) analysis
of vectoring nozzle components, fan disk, engine case. Developed
strain-reducing mechanisms that increased liner life by approximately
1000 fold. Intellectual Property Disclosures (3) for F22 nozzle.
Developed material data base for Haynes alloys via testing. Rig
testing, Heat transfer of thrust reversers. Crack propagation (and
fatigue analysis) of nozzle components, Random analysis, Acoustic
analysis, MRB nozzle stiffener, fasteners, hinge support and much
more. ANSYS, IDEAS, NASTRAN, PATRAN,
1986 to 1987 SR. STRESS ENGINEER -, Martin Marietta Aerospace,
Orlando FL
Stress analysis of Perishing II Missile and SDI related equipment.
Worked included missile airframe structures, non-destructive testing
pressure vessel analysis and test equipment. Composite analysis
(carbon-carbon, Kevlar, fiberglass), Dynamic analysis, MRB, radon,
stiffener ring, housing and casting. IDEAS, NASTRAN.
7/84 to 1/86 Sr. Mechanical Engineer. Westinghouse Electric Corp.,
Tampa, FL
Design of piping and pipe support structures, integral pipe
attachments and mechanical supports. Analysis of base plates using
non-linear FEA.
8/83 to 5/84 Sr. Mechanical Engineer, CP&L, Brunswick Steam
Electric Plant, Southpoint, N.C.
Design and analysis of piping, pipe support structures (AISC),
coolant pumps, valves, mechanical supports, foundations, integral
pipe attachments. Retrofit Seawater Intake system (copper-nickel
piping and supports) ANSYS, STRUDL, (B31.1).
12/79 to 8/83 Lead Engineer, Duke Power Co., Charlotte, NC
STRUCTURAL/MECHANICAL ENGINEER
Analysis of pipe rupture restraints, piping, pressure vessels,
reactor building steel and mechanical supports. Model and Transient
dynamics analyst. Nonlinear contact, elastic-plastic analysis. ASME
Sec III (NB, NC and NF) and AISC. Lead Engineer for P.Q.A. Tech
Services group, DYNA3D. ANSYS, MARC, STRUDL
7/79 to 12/79 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, United Engineers and
Constructors, Inc., Philadelphia, PA
Performed FEA analysis of the Service Water Building for the
Seabrook Nuclear Station. Concrete analysis (ACI) and design check
for NRC audit. Analysis of structural steel for Salem Nuclear Plant.
ACI Nuclear code. NASTRN, STRUDL
8/78 to 6/79 STRUCTURAL ENGINEER, Badger America, Tampa, FL
Design of concrete (ACI) and steel structures (AISC &AWS) for
petro-chemical and fertilizer plants. Work entailed foundations,
support steel concrete design and connection details. Pressure vessel
and piping analysis to ASME Sec. VIII and B31.1. Heat Transfer and
Fluid Dynamics NASTRAN, Fortran.
7/77 to 8/78 MECHANICAL/STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. Universal Oil
Products, Air Corrections Division, Darien, CT
Design and analysis of Electrostatic Precipitator (ESP) Structure,
Duct Work and support steel (ASME Sec. VIII, AISC, ACI & AWS). Fluid
dynamics analysis of ESP and duct work. Structural dynamic analysis
(Seismic). Pressure Vessel Analysis. Design of foundations, ductwork,
slide plates, concrete and steel structures. ASME Sec VIII, ANSYS &
STRUDL.
6/76 to 7/78 MECHANICAL/STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. Research Cottrell,
Bound Brook, NJ
Design and analysis of Electrostatic Precipitator Structure (ESP)
and support steel. Fluid dynamics, heat transfer analysis. Fluid
dynamic analyze of 1/16th scale models. Design of foundations,
ductwork, concrete and steel structures. (AISC, ACI & AWS) STRUDL,
ANSYS
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