Self-motivated Aeronautic Engineer with excellent analytical and problem-solving skills looking for structural analysis opportunities in the Aerospace or Automotive industries.
Currently studying an MSc. in Aerospace Vehicle Design, and has covered modules in: detail stressing; FEA; structural dynamics; design and analysis of composite structures; fatigue; fracture mechanics; and damage tolerance.
Has completed an individual project regarding damage tolerance and structural analysis of carbon fibre aircraft wing panels. This candidate focussed particularly on low velocity impacts (i.e. during manufacturing, tool being dropped on the panel) and how this could lead to buckling behaviour at a later date.
Has been employed by two global OEM’s:
1. SAFRAN Messier-Dowty as Design and Analysis Engineer – involved in design, stress and fatigue life analyses for the evaluation of concessions for Airbus A320 components.
2. General Motors as Student Intern – involved in testing. Improved accuracy of test results from 60% to 97% by developing a standardised method for tests and reports.