Israel Trevino Jr
I am a detailed stress analyst with experience in the Aerospace and Space industries in analyzing aircraft and space structure. I have experience in assembly line support, DADT and Vibration analysis as well. I have worked on multiple military and civil aircrafts and have supported drawing releases on newly designed vehicles such as the JSF, T-50 and Orion programs. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
Bell Helicopter, Hurst, Texas
Stress Analyst Contractor, 6/2019-Present
Stress analysis on the AH-1Z helicopter for Damage Limits and modifications on the Airframe Improvement Program for the United States Marine Corp.
Accomplished establishing minimum margins of safety on helicopter control systems.
Accomplished analyzing primary structure for modifications to the AH-1Z helicopter.
Accomplished documenting stress reports for Damage Limits and modifications. Lockheed Martin Space, Houston, Texas
Mechanical Engineer Staff, 8/2009-5/2017
I was responsible for analyzing all windows and sub-structure on the Orion program including performing Fracture and Fatigue analysis.
Accomplished fem models, stress analysis and static and fatigue analysis per NASA guidelines.
Established proof pressures per NASA guidelines on all windows.
Documented detailed stress reports on all windows and sub-structures for drawing release and award fees from NASA.
Accomplished strain gage predictions on all windows and assemblies that correlated with proof test data.
Accomplished analysis on secondary and primary structures for drawing release and award fees from NASA.
Accomplished checking stress reports and fem models on secondary structure for drawing release.
L-3 Systems, Waco, Texas
Stress Analyst Contractor, 8/2008-1/2009
I analyzed secondary structure on the P3 aircraft for modifications being incorporated for new electronic hardware.
Accomplished fem models, stress analysis and reports on secondary bracket structures. Bell Helicopter, Fort Worth, Texas
Stress Analyst Contractor, 9/2007-8/2008
I performed DADT analysis on primary and secondary structure on the UH-1Y Huey and AH-1Z Cobra helicopters for mechanical damage and repair limits to be incorporated into the Structural Design Repair Manual for the United States Marine Corp.
Accomplished establishing repair procedures.
Accomplished analyzing primary and secondary structure for damage and durability tolerances.
Accomplished documenting repair procedures and durability limits. Lockheed Martin Aero, Fort Worth, Texas
Stress Analyst Contractor, 3/2005-8/2007
I analyzed primary structure on the Forward Fuselage of the JSF program.
Accomplished the fem model of the refuel probe for STATIC and DADT analysis.
Analyzed various components comprising the refuel probe.
Documented stress reports with static and DADT analysis for drawing release.
Supported the assembly line on damaged parts and supported testing for strain gage predictions. Airbus, Wichita, Kansas
Stress Analyst Contractor, 9/2004-2/2005
I was responsible for analyzing wing structure on the A380 cargo variant.
Documented detailed stress reports on stringers and splice plates.
Performed FEM modeling for systems group and analyzed brackets for the fueling system. Lockheed Martin Aero; Fort Worth, Texas
Aerospace Engineer, 1/97-9/2004
I analyzed primary structure on the F-2, T-50, UAE and JSF programs.
Performed stress analysis on the AFT Fuselage of the F-2 program.
Documented detailed stress reports and performed MRB tasks on the F-2 program.
Made fem models and supported static strain gage testing on the F-2 program.
Analyzed primary structure on the Trailing Edge Flaperon on the T-50 program.
Documented detailed stress reports and performed MRB tasks on the assembly line on the T- 50.
Made fine grid fem models for static strain gage test predictions for the T-50 program.
Analyzed primary structure on the Block 60 F-16 aircraft for the UAE program.
Documented detailed stress reports, made fine grid fem models for various modified airframe parts on the UAE program.
Analyzed primary structure on the CTOL Wing Carry Thru on the JSF program.
Accomplished fine grid fem models on various complex parts and analyzed them. Organized and presented various presentations on FEM studies to upper management on the JSF program. Other Work Experience:
Optician: Texas State Optical (1989-1992); Royal Optical (93’); Military Experience:
U.S. Marine Corps. Reserve: Austin TX (1987-1993); Rank: Sergeant; Honorable Discharge
Operating Systems: Windows, NT, XP, UNIX, DOS
Program Languages: Fortran, Matlab, Slim
Computer Software: Patran, Nastran, Ideas, Catia V4, Ansys, Word, Excel, Power-point, Vision, Mathcad, NASGRO, SOLIDWORKS 2017
HONORS: Franklin-Maguire Scholarship; Received letters of petition for memberships to Tau Beta Pi and Pi Tau Sigma.
EDUCATION: University of Houston, Houston, Texas
BS in Mechanical Engineering, December 1996
Overall GPA: 3.30/4.0
Graduate Studies: Southern Methodist University: Introduction to Fracture Mechanics, Vibrations, Introduction to Solid Mechanics. Overall GPA: 4.0. National Technological University: Introduction to Finite Element Modeling
(A), Introduction to Sandwich Structures (A) Failure Analysis of Mechanical Components (A) Composite Materials Structures (A). AutoCad 2017 and SolidWorks 2017.