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Location:
Mississauga, Ontario, L5M 7G1, Canada
Salary:
$80/HR
Posted:
January 29, 2018

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Yakout Shalaby - Aeronautical Systems Engineer – C289-400-9441/H 289-***-****/MJ 912-***-**** – ac38jn@r.postjobfree.com, ac38jn@r.postjobfree.com – 5661 PEGASUS STREET, MISSISSAUGA, ON, L5M 7G1, CANADA.

Goal-oriented highly productive Aeronautical Electro-Hydro-Pneumatic-Mechanical Systems Engineer with 25 years of Aerospace Experience

Significantly improved Bombardier assessment time to assess and repair any aircraft structures damage and greatly decreased grounded aircraft downtimes by 60% due to my accurate and practical verified SRM. “Yakout, this week has given! us a couple of AOG incidents on the SAS turboprop Q400 (tail strike on 4018 and pulled out lavatory fitting on 4008) which has lead to some opportunity to use the structural ID section of the S400 SRM. For both situations the ID proved to be extremely useful and accurate. The completeness of the ID actually prompted compliments from the FSR on site at SAS airlines when he used it to create the initial damage report for en - the tail strike and we also used it for the subsequent on-site damage survey by our engineer. Today we again used it to quickly identify part numbers for the damage to the lavatory service structure and were very pleasantly surprised by it's accuracy and completeness. I just wanted to let you know that the long hours you spent on these sections (some parts in their entirety, others requiring much time to verify and patch up partner data) is paying off in making the manual useful. Thanks, Maurice Clark, Chief, In-Service Structures Engineering”

“Successfully resolved up to 100% to dispatch all grounded aircraft D8-Q400 AOG due to sudden problem for Bombardier, Parker OEM and airlines/customers when main engine-driven hydraulic pumps disintegrated and failed spreading metal debris in aircraft hydraulic / flight controls / landing gears systems at about 1000 flight hours on new product D8-Q400 turboprop 78 seats by authoring accurate and practical maintenance procedures to dispatch grounded aircraft by flushing hydraulic systems, cleaning all trapped metal debris from hydraulic systems components and replacing defective malfunctioned pumps to return aircraft to service in a timely fashion”.

Improved manufacturing time cycle to save 56.60% with only 50% [man-hour] manpower building global express rear fuselage: “Motivating my team, financially saved 56.60% of the manufacturing time of final assembly, fabricating Global Express and Global 5000 rear fuselage when accelerated the loading cycle of Rear Fuselage from 9 days down to 4 days, applying and utilizing functional cross training, FAA.EASA/TC [Transport Canada]/FARs/JARs/CARs/ATA-100/2200 standards/regulations and lean manufacturing methodology/ philosophy along with six sigma blitzes for continuous improvement/risk management control and plan accelerated the whole final assembly lines movement and integration operations production plan. With the demand of increasing productivity with reducing cost of production, managed to reduce headcount of crew by 50% (30 out of 60) to 30 personnel and my team still committed to delivering 100% outcome on time with best quality to exceed customer expectations.”

PROFILE

Senior aeronautical engineer with broad experience level of aerospace systems engineering for maintenance/final assembly tracking systems FATS with aircraft technical writings in diverse and multi-faceted environments including civil/commercial and military aircraft maintenance program development MSG-3 analysis and Final Tracking Assembly System FTAS. STC certification. Working knowledge for FAR 25, Maintenance program development utilizing MSG-3 analysis and Final Tracking Assembly System FTAS. STC certification. Working experience for 14 CFR § 183.43, ARP 4761 and ARP4754 / Lean Six Sigma / DMAIC Define Measure Analyze Improve Control to eliminate waste defects thru root cause. Knowledge of the repair station [maintenance facility] certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 145 for the maintenance, preventive maintenance, inspection, overhaul facilities and alteration of aircraft and aircraft products. Corrective maintenance [non-scheduled], Preventive Maintenance [non-scheduled], Predictive Maintenance [non-scheduled], Zero Hours Maintenance (Scheduled Overhaul Maintenance), Periodic maintenance (Scheduled Time Based Maintenance TBM), this type of maintenance is based on Total Productive Maintenance [TPM]. Working knowledge for ARP4761 – the guidelines and methods to perform the system safety assessment for certification of civil aircraft, linked with FAR/JAR 25.1309. Strong initiative, and quality leadership and management acumen and goal-oriented. Strong analytical and problem solving skills. Skills are easily adaptable to other aircraft systems disciplines requiring my technical and analytical mind for commercial/civil/military aircraft. Measure project progress and Performance Management Plan PMP accuracy by generation Key Performance Indicators KPI as a function of productivity, delivery, quality, shift time [active time vs downtime if any] and daily operations cost relative to planned budget line. Working knowledge of CATIA – 5. Working knowledge for 14 CFR 119.71 - Management Personnel,

SECURITY SCREENING CERTIFICATE

*ENHANCED RELIABILITY - FILE NO. 959*****-**** 888457 – EXPIRE 3/3/2026 - ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT OF CANADA -

*II - Secret clearance Level 2 - file number is 95995237 - Expiry date 8/4/2026 - ISSUED BY GOVERNMENT OF CANADA

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Results Summary -Name Date of Birth Gender Other Names/Aliases Issued Date - SHALABY, Yakout - Male - 2016-09-22

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WORK EXPERIENCE

OXFORD LEARNING ACADEMY, MILTON, ON, PT ADVANCED MATH/PHYSICS TUTOR December, 2017 - Present

P/T - ADVANCED MATH/PHYSICS TUTOR – www.qualitytutor.ca MAY 2013-Present

Hi school to College/University level / physics/science/math/Calculus for advanced functions/finite/data management/algebra/ trigonometry / Plane and solid geometry/finance math/mathematical analysis and modules for business, finance institutions, industry and economic applications. Medical Math / American college/university entrance exam SAT (scholastic aptitude test) / GED (general education diploma), ACT (American college test). GRE (Graduate record exam) / Canadian Armed Forces Admission Exam /Canadian Fire Fighter Admission Exam /USA Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery Exam [ASVAB Exam] High Value Tutoring HVT for full exam mark target.

CONTRACT - SENIOR ENGINEERING SPECIALIST – AVIONICS AND SYSTEM ENGINEERING - JAN 2013-APRIL 2013 BOEING F/A-18 SUPER HORNET FIGHTERS – Canadian Royal Air Force - L-3 MAS COM MONTREAL, QC, CANADA-MSG-3 SYSTEMS SAFETY ANALYST - IN-SERVICE ENGINEERI

Revision of expanded modified maintenance and inspection program from 400 FH Flight Hours to 600 FH for F-18 Boeing Super hornet.

Review of reliability, safety and maintainability new program for aircraft systems, avionics, propulsion, structures for Boeing F/A-18 super hornet fighters to extend the inspections program from 440 hours to 660 hours in terms of Maintainability, reliability, safety. FMECA, FTA, MTBF, estimated/True rate of defects/failure analysis. System Safety Analysis for Engineering / Integrated Logistics System ILS [identify risk/hazard, assess risk/hazards, eliminate risk/hazards or mitigate to acceptable risk estimated then true rate or probability, Re-assess risk], Human Factors Engineering [risk identification/ assessment (analysis)/mitigation/contingency planning (monitoring and control) / tracking and reporting] / verify the new flight/maintenance/inspection program for 600FH, accurate monitor [re-assess]. ARP1281 [1947]/1281A [1991]/1281B [1993]/1281C [2002] / ARP94910 [2012] / ARP5764 [2013] / ARP4895 [1994] / 4895A [2006] / ARP4761 Aircraft specifications performance analysis for flight controls, hydraulic systems stability and removal of lightening magnetizing effects on aircraft steel/ ferrous parts to eliminate wrong message to flight crew such as messages for landing gears and doors locks indicators and sensors after lightening strikes. Safety measures by reviewing installation fuel system design to protect fuel tanks from explosions due to arcing or sparks generated by wrongfully installed fuel probes electrically bonded to metal structures or utilizing uncertified motors that are not spark-free motors in the fuel systems or in aircraft at all. Working knowledge for FAR25 / 14CFR FAR25. Final review of the repair station [maintenance facility] procedures certified by Transport Canada TC and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under Title 14 of the Code of Federal Regulations (14 CFR) Part 145 for the maintenance, preventive maintenance, inspection, overhaul facilities and alteration of aircraft and aircraft products.

P/T - ADVANCED MATH/PHYSICS TUTOR – www.qualitytutor.ca December 2012- JAN 2013

Hi school to College/University level / physics/science/math/Calculus for advanced functions/finite/data management/algebra/ trigonometry / Plane and solid geometry/finance math/mathematical analysis and modules for business, finance institutions, industry and economic applications. Medical Math / American college/university entrance exam SAT (scholastic aptitude test) / GED (general education diploma), ACT (American college test). GRE (Graduate record exam) / Canadian Armed Forces Admission Exam /Canadian Fire Fighter Admission Exam /USA Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery Exam [ASVAB Exam] High Value Tutoring HVT for full exam mark target.

CONTRACT -– CONSULTANT ENGINEER - MSG-3 MAINTENANCE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT - JULY 2012-OCTOBER 2012 UNITED TECHNOLOGY - PRATT AND WHITNEY MISSISSAUGA, ONTARIO, CANADA - CERTIFICATION ENGINEER - MAINTENANCE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT MSG-3 ANALYST - IN-SERVICE ENGINEERING, DEPARTMENT 009931: CUSTOMER ENGINEERING, Employee # 920015 .

Development of GEARED TURBO FAN ENGINE PW800 [developed for G400/450 Aircraft] Engine maintenance programs, working with product development teams, WG, FAA, and analyzing MSI propulsion component / avionics and propulsion systems performance in terms of reliability, maintainability, and system safety FHA. Working knowledge of CATIA – 5.

Reliability tests [Development Test DT, Qualification Test QT, Acceptance Test AT, Verification Test VT]. Human Factors Engineering.

Complete MSG-3 propulsion systems analysis using reliability data [Mean Time Between Unscheduled Removal] (MTBUR), [Mean Time Between Failure] (MTBF) and [Failure mode data and Failure Mode Effect Cause Analysis] (FMECA) in terms of Maintainability, reliability, safety. FMECA, FTA, MTBF, estimated/True rate of defects/failure analysis. New products / aircraft systems / engines Acceptance Test Procedures ATP / Qualification Test Procedures QTP / Operations Test Procedures OTP.

Condition, on-condition engine maintenance, L/HEMM, limited service life engine parts monitoring, engine maintainability / accessibility / operability, time limited dispatch TLD knowledge.

P/T - ADVANCED MATH/PHYSICS TUTOR – www.qualitytutor.ca May 2012- Jun 2012

Hi school to College/University level / physics/science/math/Calculus for advanced functions/finite/data management/algebra/ trigonometry / Plane and solid geometry/finance math/mathematical analysis and modules for business, finance institutions, industry and economic applications. Medical Math / American college/university entrance exam SAT (scholastic aptitude test) / GED (general education diploma), ACT (American college test). GRE (Graduate record exam) / Canadian Armed Forces Admission Exam /Canadian Fire Fighter Admission Exam /USA Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery Exam [ASVAB Exam] High Value Tutoring HVT for full exam mark target.

CONTRACT - MAINTENANCE PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT – MSG-3 LEAD ENGINEER - APRIL 2011-APRIL 2012 IACCESS TECHNOLOGIES - MITSUBISHI AIRCRAFT CORP - 5000 E. SPRING STREET, SUITE 385, LONG BEACH, CA – 90518 - 562-***-**** - MSG-3 ANALYST - CERTIFICATION ENGINEER - IN-SERVICE ENGINEERING, MITSUBISHI REGIONAL JET MRJ-200STD/ ER/LR-92-SEAT

FAA MSG-3 maintenance program philosophy for Avionics, Hydraulics, Pneumatic, Fuel Systems, Flight Controls, fuel system, landing gear, ATA25 equipment and furnishings, completed all MSG-3 analysis based on ATA - FAR 25 for fail safe design principals with continuous improvement application for new Mitsubishi regional aircraft MRJ-200 for: [same seat for B787 DREAM LINER – 95% PERCENTILE] Flight deck / compartment, pilot and co-pilot seats, observer seat, Flight deck door, FWD and AFT flight attendant seat, passenger seat - economy class, passenger seat - premium class, FWD and AFT Galley, emergency escape slide, life rafts, Fixed emergency locator transmitter ELT, Survival type ELT, overhead bin, passenger service unit PSU, in-flight entertainment IFE, Cargo compartment, Environmental control system (ECS) [Cabin air conditioning: pressure, temperature, ventilation, humidity (windows defogging), and explosion and fire protection]. Water and sanitation. Rain and Ice Protection System, Engine bled air for internal ECS. Fire protection, autopilot, Power Plant and Structures for MRB tasks. Flight Management System FMS analysis, Water and sanitation, fuel system and IGS (Inert Gas System), Hydraulics / Landing gears / Thrust reverser systems /. Rain and Ice Protection System, Engine bled air for internal ECS. Fire protection, autopilot, Power Plant and Structures for MRB tasks. Flight Management System FMS analysis. Measure project progress by generation Key Performance Indicators KPI as a function of productivity, delivery, quality, shift time [active time vs downtime if any] and daily operations cost relative to planned budget line. Working knowledge of CATIA – 5.

Working knowledge for ARP4761 – the guidelines and methods to perform the system safety assessment for certification of civil aircraft, linked with FAR/JAR 25.1309. ARP1281 [1947]/1281A [1991]/1281B [1993]/1281C [2002] / ARP94910 [2012] / ARP5764 [2013] / ARP4895 [1994] / 4895A [2006] / ARP4761 Flight deck controls Sensors and actuator Aerospace Active Inceptor Systems for Aircraft Flight and Engine Controls / Fly-by-wire control systems / Flight management systems / Sensors and actuators / Fluid power systems /Hydraulic systems / Electrohydraulics / Hydraulic control / Hydraulic drives / Hydraulic equipment / Hydraulic fittings /Hydraulic fluids / Hydraulic motors / Fuel pumps / Safety /Tests and Testing /Aircraft / Military aircraft / Unmanned aerial vehicles. Flight Control Actuator Displacement - Method for Collection of Duty Cycle Data Standard: The scope of this SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) covers acquisition of flight test data for use in developing a statistical data base of aerospace vehicle flight control surface actuator duty cycle. The statistical data base is intended for use in establishing industry guidelines and procurement specification requirements for actuator displacement duty cycle. The objective of this ARP is to provide a uniform method for the aerospace industry to collect flight control displacement type duty cycle data during demonstration and full scale development of new aircraft or during development testing of new models of existing aircraft. Guidelines and Methods for Conducting the Safety Assessment Process on Civil Airborne Systems and Equipment is an Aerospace Recommended Practice from SAE International. In conjunction with ARP4754, ARP4761 is used to demonstrate compliance with 14 CFR 25.1309 in the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airworthiness regulations for transport category aircraft, and also harmonized international airworthiness regulations such as European Aviation Safety Agency(EASA) CS–25.1309. This Recommended Practice defines a process for using common modeling techniques to assess the safety of a system being put together. The methods covered: Functional Hazard Assessment (FHA) / Preliminary System Safety Assessment (PSSA) / System Safety Assessment (SSA) / Fault Tree Analysis (FTA) / Failure Mode and Effects Analysis (FMEA) / Failure Modes and Effects Summary (FMES) / Common Cause Analysis (CCA), consisting of: Zonal Safety Analysis (ZSA) / Particular Risks Analysis (PRA) / Common Mode Analysis (CMA). Working knowledge for FAR25 / 14CFR FAR25. Review of the new products / aircraft systems / engines Acceptance Test Procedures ATP / Qualification Test Procedures QTP / Operations Test Procedures OTP.

CONTRACT – AIRCRAFT SENIOR TECHNICAL WRITER - JAN 2010-APRIL 2011 - GULFSTREAM AEROSPACE – GENERAL DYNAMICS, 500 GULFSTREAM ROAD, SAVANNAH, GA, 31408 – 912-***-**** - USA - FUNCTIONAL TEST, OPERATIONAL TEST, MRB FAULT FINING TASKS, RETURN TO SERVICE TASKS RTS / COMPUTARIZED A/C MAINTENANCE PROGRAM.

Airlines / Customer service engineering – aircraft maintenance documentations, qualification test reports/procedures QTP, acceptance test reports/procedures ATP, flow chart/diagram, validating and testing maintenance and return aircraft to service procedures RTS, and functional test and operational test procedures along with visual and detailed inspection/check as fault finding tasks for Aircraft G250 FAA - AMM ATA- all chapters and ELMM, EHMM, SRM, FIM, CMM, System Description Section SDS for gulfstream flight safety international and Engine Light Maintenance Manual LMM for Honeywell Turbo Fan Engine IPPS model AS907-2-1G [HTFT7000] Integrated Powerplant System, airborne auxiliary power unit and APU model 36-150, Spirit fuel system and IGS (Inert Gas System)., intertechnique fuel system. Computerized A/C Maintenance Program CAMP – TC / FAA – AMM Chapter 05 - Time Limits TL / Maintenance Checks [TL Components / Scheduled Maintenance Checks / Unscheduled Maintenance Checks]. Working knowledge of CATIA – 5.

Achieved low maintenance cost control to reduce cost of operations of aircraft, maintained lower cost of operation as 30 minutes per each aircraft to return to service RTS task to remove/install line replaceable unit LRU or performing operational/functional tests.

Review of the tests to author aircraft systems Operational Test Procedures OPT and Functional Test Procedures FTP such as the new products / aircraft systems / engines Acceptance Test Procedures ATP / Qualification Test Procedures QTP / Operations Test Procedures OTP.

Eliminated potential fuel tank ignition or fuel tank explosion for not in service yet new aircraft G250 for Gulfstream in Savannah, GA due to wrong installation of the 18 fuel probes or capacitance-type in each wing fuel tank quantity indicator to measure and send fuel quantity to the fuel computer when Spirit company in Tulsa, OK, building G250 wings with fuel tanks installed mistakenly bonded these capacitance-type components to the wing tank metal structures and advised to measure the electrical bonding resistance to be zero ohm value on the ohmmeter scale, with sure potential induced electric arcing or sparks when discharging the charged capacitances to the metal structures to ignite the air-fuel mixture in the wing tank and resulting in loss of the electric charge of the capacitance means loss of the signal to the fuel computer indicating fuel quantity to display the aircraft fuel tanks quantity where flight crew pilot and co-pilot need to know if the fuel tanks are full or empty. I managed to correct these wrong instructions to separate these fuel probes capacitance-type by minimum 8 mm distance from wing metal structures from all sides with electrical resistance between the fuel probes and wing tank structures measured on the ohmmeter scale as Mega ohm value to correct wrong design instructions for Zero ohm resistance value between probes and wing tank structures creating unwanted short circuit conditions. Employee Number: 798155

P/T - ADVANCED MATH/PHYSICS TUTOR – www.qualitytutor.ca May 2009- Jan 2010

Hi school to College/University level / physics/science/math/Calculus for advanced functions/finite/data management/algebra/ trigonometry / Plane and solid geometry/finance math/mathematical analysis and modules for business, finance institutions, industry and economic applications. Medical Math / American college/university entrance exam SAT (scholastic aptitude test) / GED (general education diploma), ACT (American college test). GRE (Graduate record exam) / Canadian Armed Forces Admission Exam /Canadian Fire Fighter Admission Exam /USA Armed Service Vocational Aptitude Battery Exam [ASVAB Exam] High Value Tutoring HVT for full exam mark target.

LINE MANAGER - GLOBAL EXPRESS OPERATIONS LINE MANAGER - JAN 2004-APRIL 2009 - BOMBARDIER AEROSPACE - 123 GARRATT BLVD, TORONTO, ON, CANADA M3K 1Y5, CANADA -416-***-**** - GLOBAL EXPRESS XRS/GLOBAL 5000 (BUSINESS AIRCRAFT) FINAL ASSEMBLY TRACKING SYSTEM FATS

In depth knowledge and experience in weekly budgeting control for 10-million dollar budget responsible for purchase orders with aerospace partners/suppliers, manufacturing, scheduling. Integrated Logistics System ILS for sustainable support for the production operations and Supply Chain SC control measured by SC minute by minute for SC frequency, SC frequency duration, SC cost controlling the Inventory management, Purchasing, Transportation, Warehousing having the right item [component / subsystem / system / most replaceable and critical items / materials / consumables / software / finished product / information / demand signals / forecast / ergonomics / office equipment / operations manuals / in-service engineering needs / training / all suppliers details / all customers details] in the right quantity at the right time at the right place for the right cost [price].

Strong understanding of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T). Working knowledge of CATIA – 5.

Manufacturing planning, Type Certificate Aircraft manufacturing process, regulatory certification and compliance, final assembly tracking system FATS process, FAA - ATA Chapters FAA. EASA/TC [Transport Canada]/FARs/JARs/CARs/ATA-100/2200 standards with adherence to quality, cost control and on-time delivery and plan/implement/ control functions activities. Human Factors Engineering.

Experience and good understanding for Ability to interpret engineering design in its application to manufacturing of aircraft building process. Ability to track aircraft building sequence and process, certification requirements, work with Production quality, Planning and others to resolve issues and FAA UNSAT conditions. Prepare data reports for engineering approval.

Supervisory and leadership quality to lead. Trained and mentored 30 persons down from 60 on Cross-functional training to increase productivity by 56.60%. Coach/develop/provide feedback to employees and address their issues. Utilize six sigma/lean methodologies for best practice in quality and cost for deliverables by minimizing number of quality reports of non-conformance RNCs.

Measure project progress and Performance Management Plan PMP accuracy by generation Key Performance Indicators KPI as a function of productivity, delivery, quality, shift time [active time vs downtime if any] and daily operations cost relative to planned budget line.

Continuous improvement/risk management control and plan to eliminate waste in everything we do, Maintain housekeeping standard to ensure a safe working environment. successfully saved 56.60% of the manufacturing time of final assembly with 50% manpower, fabricating global express / global 5000 rear fuselage when accelerated the loading and building cycle of Rear Fuselage in 4 days down from 9 days, applying lean manufacturing methodology/ philosophy along with six sigma blitz for continuous improvement/risk management control. Working knowledge for 14 CFR 119.71 - Management Personnel.

Successful with the demand of increasing productivity with reducing cost of production, managed to trim crew by 50% (30 out of 60) and still committed to delivering 100% outcome.

AEROSPACE SENIOR TECH WRITER - NOV 1997-JAN 2004 - BOMBARDIER AEROSPACE - 123 GARRATT BLVD, TORONTO, ON, CANADA M3K 1Y5, CANADA -416-***-****. COMPUTERIZED MAINTENANCE PROGRAM CMP, FUNCTIONAL TEST, OPERATIONAL TEST, MRB FAULT FINDING TASKS, IN-SERVICE ENGINEERING FOR QUICK RESPONSE TO AIR LINES FOR REPAIRS AND TROUBLESHOOT – ELECTRONIC TECHNICAL PUBLICATIONS SYSTEMS [ETPS].

Authoring / validating / testing aircraft maintenance manual (removal / installation / operational test /functional test/ return aircraft to service procedures / standard maintenance practices ) /component maintenance/fault isolation manuals by SGML/Adept Editor/AMTOSS and simplified English SE for flight controls / fuel / Inerting / hydraulics systems, FAA - AMM ATA- all chapters and ELMM, EHMM, SRM, FIM, CMM, System Description Section SDS for gulfstream flight safety international and Engine Light Maintenance Manual LMM. Computerized A/C Maintenance Program CAMP – TC – FAA – AMM Chapter 05 - Time Limits TL / Maintenance Checks [TL Components / Scheduled Maintenance Checks / Unscheduled Maintenance Checks].

Accurately analyzed the function of each components in D8-Q400 aircraft systems, advised Parker Hannifin the supplier of Hydraulic System / Flight Control System / Fuel Systems for new product D8-Q400, advised that the fuel computer does not eliminate the fuel imbalance between left and right wings fuel tanks quantity as fuel is accumulated in one of tanks for more than 800 pounds dropping the wing affecting aircraft flight performance, detailed my idea to enable the fuel computer to take left wing fuel tank quantity as reference and compare it with right wing fiuel tank as the fuel boost pump is a DC pump run clock and counter clock wise to transfer fuel from left to right and vise versa, Parker have taken my modification for regional jets built in Montreal not for D8-Q400 as they had certified Fuel system as is by flight authority.

Advised Parker Hannifin the engine driven hydraulic pumps are of large hydraulic power capacity is not a good fit for that relatively small size turboprop aircraft with sure small total hydraulic fluid quantity in the hydraulic system and in the hydraulic reservoir recycled at extremely hi speed reducing cooling / heat exchange efficiency compared with Boeing aircraft 737. The pumps was disintegrated before 1000 Flight hours, All D8-Q400 turboprop regional aircraft were grounded.

Resolved Bombardier aircraft manufacturer and airlines / customers hard problems to 100% returning AOG aircraft to service, when main engine-driven hydraulic pumps disintegrated and failed due to lack of heat exchange / cooling efficiency at about 1000 flight hours on new product Q400 turboprop 78 seats by authoring accurate and practical maintenance procedures to dispatch grounded aircraft by flushing hydraulic systems, cleaning all trapped metal debris from hydraulic systems components and replacing defective malfunctioned pumps to return aircraft to service in a timely fashion.

Parker had modified the pumps adding a washer under the swash plate pivot to decrease the swash plate stroke to relatively slow fluid delivery speed in the system and drilled a hole into the pivot as path for hydraulic fluid to allow more cooling for the pump that was my suggestion for modification to insure adequate hydraulic pumps cooling efficiency.

Standard maintenance practices, structural repair manual, achieved and maintained for customers airlines lower cost of operation as 30 minutes per aircraft to return to service RTS task to remove/install line replaceable unit LRU or performing operational/functional tests. MRB / CMR / MPD program.

Review of the tests to author aircraft systems Operational Test Procedures OPT and Functional Test Procedures FTP such as the new products / aircraft systems / engines Acceptance Test Procedures ATP / Qualification Test Procedures QTP / Operations Test Procedures OTP.

Lightning strikes protections, authored accurate and practical procedures to demagnetize aircraft steel parts and led a team of 6 technicians to neutralize/remove the magnetizing effect of the electromagnetism to the ferrous /iron/ steel parts of aircraft main and nose landing gears, landing gears and passengers, service, baggage doors magnet targets and steel looks and sensors that send false signals to pilot/co-pilot due to magnetizing effects of the lighting strikes, add to that tight secured electric continuity or bonding prevents arcing explosion during lightning strikes if not maintained during systems/subsystems/components installation measured by zero ohm resistance between aircraft structures and components.

Working knowledge of CATIA – 5. ARP1281 [1947]/1281A [1991]/1281B [1993]/1281C [2002] / ARP94910 [2012] / ARP5764 [2013] / ARP4895 [1994] / 4895A [2006] / ARP4761 Flight deck controls Sensors and actuator Aerospace Active Inceptor Systems for Aircraft Flight and Engine Controls / Fly-by-wire control systems / Flight management systems / Sensors and actuators / Fluid power systems /Hydraulic systems / Electro hydraulics / Hydraulic control / Hydraulic drives / Hydraulic equipment / Hydraulic fittings /Hydraulic fluids / Hydraulic motors / Fuel pumps / Safety /Tests and Testing /Aircraft / Military aircraft / Unmanned aerial vehicles. Flight Control Actuator Displacement - Method for Collection of Duty Cycle Data Standard: The scope of this SAE Aerospace Recommended Practice (ARP) covers acquisition of flight test data for use in developing a statistical data base of aerospace vehicle flight control surface actuator duty cycle.

P/T - ADVANCED MATH/PHYSICS TUTOR – www.qualitytutor.ca August 1994 – October 1997

Hi school to College/University level / physics/science/math/Calculus for advanced functions/finite/data management/algebra



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