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Engineer

Location:
Bothell, Washington, United States
Posted:
January 23, 2018

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THU TRAN

***** *** *** *

Bothell, WA *****

Cell: 206-***-****

E-mail: ac35pf@r.postjobfree.com

SUMMARY OF WORK EXPERIENCE

Working knowledge of CATIA V5, ENOVIA, IVT, PDM, MAPPER, AUTOCAD, CMPRO, MENTOR GRAPHIC.

Experience in Equipment Installation, Wire Installation

Designed brackets and shelf using CATIA V5 and ENOVIA.

Create Engineer Release Action Items in ENOVIA and Part Reference in ENOVIA.

Generate detailed 2D/3D and GD&T drawings, convert drawings from V4 to V5 using CATIA V5 and ENOVIA.

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

The Boeing Company: July 2006-Present

Equipment Installation and Wire Installation: Everett, WA

Install Equipment including lights, antennas and extrusion for 777X. Manage constraints in space, time, cost, manufacturing, structural integrity.

Direct, coordinate and communicate Stress, Payload, Structure, Wire Design engineering and Material group as required. Develop project documentation including specifications, 3D CAD models, 2D drawings, schedules and presentations to capture the design to achieve the defined project goals.

Designed brackets details, bracket assemblies, and LRU installations IFE Systems projects for VIP 787 customers in 3D CAD. Extensive knowledge of view captures for Marker Removal, Ringpost Removal, Joint Definition, and Sealant Definition.

Converted V4 datasets to V5 datasets for 737, 767, 747, and 777.

Review and approve service bulletins for wire installation using the BERST tool.

Used V4-V5 process to ensure the formboards are per our modification requirements.

On 767-300 Boeing Converted Freighter (BCF) (VS721) project I researched and designed wire bundle routing. Responsible for reviewing the baseline wire kits and incorporate them into new Parts Illustrated drawings (PIs) for unique BCF wire bundles.

On 767-300 Guggenheim program I verified wire routing requirements against wire design baseline BCF customer (ANA) in order to create unique PIs.

Used Wires Information Systems (WIRS) to verify Drawing Change Notices (DCN) against wire bundles, added data to release the wire bundles for mockup feedback.

I created PIs and revised existing PIs using the Boeing Graphic Arts System (BOGART).

Installation and Electrical Engineer, Boeing Defense Systems: Kent, WA

Converted and updated BAE drawings to Boeing drawings using CATIA V5 and ENOVIA on Wedgetail & Korean program.

oUsing ENOVIA to created Part Reference and Engineer Release Action.

oTrained and mentored other personnel in the group on CATIA V5 to convert BAE drawings to Boeing drawings.

Electrical Subsystem Integration, BCA: Everett, WA

Coordinated with Electrical Engineers to define and manage Problem Reports (PR).

Conducted ERB meetings;

planning the integration strategy, preparing for system integration, and performing system element integration.

Cabin Systems, BCA: Everett, WA

Cabin Systems Interior Systems Electrical focal for Lavatory enclosures on the 787.

Responsibilities included: Supplier coordination, wire diagrams, and schematics.

Responsibilities also included extensive coordination with Payloads group,

Maintained 787 Cabin System MAPPER database to capture the Change requests and Hotlines to make sure all output and input parameters are connected correctly with other systems that interface with Cabin. Initiated CR to correct the Cabin system design to meet the requirements.

Spirit Aerosystems: April 2005-May 2006

Wire Installation/Wire Design: Wichita, KS

Created V5 MBD (Model Based Definition) installation for airplane components.

Designed wire harness brackets and supports for the Boeing 787 (ECS).

The Boeing Company: April 2003-February 2005

Wire Design and Installation Engineer, Wichita, KS

Prepared engineering drawings for avionics system interface wiring and installations using computer based drafting tools and functional test documents for avionic systems.

Implemented wire separation requirements between electrical and mechanical hardware.

Assigned to KC135, VIPSAM program responsible for initial harness design and revisions to E-4B harness assembly and wiring diagrams, block diagram and schematics. Responsibilities required proficiency utilizing AUTOCAD, MENTOR GRAPHIC, CMPRO & computer systems to document to/from locations, hookup data, wire types, gages, connectors, contacts, shielding and other hookup requirements. Responsibilities also required proficiency with REDARS/BOLD, PSDS and FASTR as well as other Boeing based data bases.

AG Communication (Lucent): November 2000-October 2002

Systems Test Engineer, Phoenix, AZ

For Network Communication Group I worked on design, installation, and testing of equipment. I also provided maintenance support.

Performed System & qualification check on all features of the Communication Equipment before shipment to customers.

Honeywell, Incorporated: April 1999-November 2000

Systems Test Engineer, Phoenix, AZ

Experience with DO-178B requirements. Documented the required system interfaces and source data on Flight Management System (FMS).

Wrote test reports, created/tracked problem reports, and communication problems/resolutions to avionic system suppliers and internally. Specific tasks include assisting in planning, estimating, and scheduling engineering activities.

The Boeing Company: April 1996-March 1999

Avionics Systems Engineer, Everett, WA

Developed system requirements, supported testing to validate system requirements and architecture. Responsible for developing and releasing electrical interface drawings.

Supported system integration on the Weather Radar and Predictive Windshear Weather Radar System (PWWRS) into all Boeing Commercial aircraft (B737, B747, B757, B767, and B777). Knowledge of the wiring integration process including EMI methods, wiring components.

EDUCATION: B.S.E.E. (Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering) – University of Washington, Seattle, WA, December 1996



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