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Mechanical Engineering Design

Location:
Melbourne, Florida, United States
Posted:
April 05, 2018

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JONATHAN QUESADA

**** * ****** *** *** ****, Melbourne, FL 32901 ac41ri@r.postjobfree.com 571-***-****

Education

Florida Institute of Technology- Melbourne, FL August 2013- May 2017

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering

Technical Skills

Engineering Intern Certification, licensed through the Florida Board of Professional Engineers (#110*******)

PTC Creo, AutoCAD, SolidWorks, ANSYS Workbench, Simulink, AMESim, LabView, FEMAP

C++, Java, MATLab, MS Office

Fluent Spanish, intermediate French

Experience

Florida Tech Aviation, Melbourne, Florida August 2017- Present

Service Line Technician

Maintenance and upkeep of Piper Archer, Arrow, Warrior, and Seminole Aircraft.

Testing of fuel trucks and Melbourne Airport’s fuel storage facility for sediment build-up.

Maintaining a detailed record of fuel and oil delivered to FIT fleet and customer aircraft throughout the day.

Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL

Data Acquisition Lead- Northrop Grumman August 2016- May 2017

Tasked with designing a multi-domain model using AMESim for three complementing aircraft subsystems (ECS, Fuel, Hydraulic), to be used as a template within Northrop Grumman.

Designed, built and tested a physical model with PTC Creo and LabView in order to validate and verify results gathered from the AMESim models.

Examined physical model and determined optimal location for a variety of sensors, created a LabView VI to gather real time data from sensors and control a diverting valve.

Met all given requirements, optimized customer needs by performing trade studies and completed project below budget.

Structural Analysis Lead, Solids Modeling August 2015- Dec 2015

Designed a 3D model of a ‘Menzi Muck’ crane with PTC Creo.

Modeled and assembled all components while meeting all requirements.

Performed structural analysis tests with ANSYS Workbench, to ensure the strength and quality of the design.

Verified its ability to handle the required loads and attained a desirable factor of safety.

Powertrain Structural Design/Analysis, SAE Formula Team January 2014- May 2014

Collaborated with other students in the design of powertrain component

Designed an Engine mount in PTC Creo and analyzed it with ANSYS Workbench to ensure a high margin of safety.

Performed linear static FEA tests on mechanical components and assemblies using ANSYS Workbench, in order to verify strength and modify when necessary.

Co-curricular Activities

Society of Hispanic Engineers, (SHPE), Event Coordinator Fall 2016 – Spring 2017

Media and advertisement for events and conferences

Event and activity coordinator



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