SUMMARY OF SKILLS
ERIC WERDMULLER VON ELGG
**** ****** *****, ***********, ********** 92683 H: 714-***-**** C: 714-***-**** firstname.lastname@example.org Technically-Motivated Mechanical Design Engineer experienced in the planning, design, and testing of components, structures, sensors (Strain Gage and Fiber Optics) and systems. Qualifications including certifications in fatigue and failsafe analysis, expertise in Autodesk Inventor, FEA and comprehensive knowledge of Lean Manufacturing and Kaizen principles. Autodesk Inventor modeling
3D design and simulation
Hand stress calculations
Finite Element Analysis software
Sensors (Strain Gage & Fiber
Data acquisition and analysis
Structural and Environmental
Strain Gage and Fiber Optic
Lab equipment calibration
Test and Evaluation (T&E)
Research and Analysis
Root cause analysis
Provicient analytical skills
Written and verbal
Technical plan execution
Time management skills
02/1753 Space Shuttle Program
Rockwell International and Boeing.
Designed and prepared drawings for test fixtures for components, systems and structures.
Designed special sensors for the laboratory test facility and the Space Shuttles.
Responsible for structural and fatigue tests of the components, systems and structure of the Space Shuttle.
Supervision of the strain gage laboratory for strain gage installations of all Space Shuttles structural components for static, fatigue and flight operations.
Designed and developed electro-mechanical components for new product.
Analyzed mechanical systems, including Finite Element (FE) analysis for structural, fatigue, thermal and vibration.
Read and interpreted blueprints and created engineering drawings and sketches.
Sketched outline designs and used CAD programs to create detailed design and specifications.
10 Years experience in CAD modeling.
Assisted with design of engineering projects, including products, parts, components and structures.
Researched suppliers of raw materials and finished goods and collaborated with purchasing department to obtain samples for process validation and functionality.
Attended cross-functional product meetings to discuss parts sourcing, lead times and production schedules.
Developed and managed project plans while providing status updates to management.
Responsible for implementation of new development projects. Provided hands-on technical support, advice and mentoring to all levels of personnel.
Designed the test setup for components and structure for DC8, DC9 and DC10
Prepared and ran tests on aircraft components, flight control systems and structures.
Designed and developed strain gage based sensors.
Sensor types: Load Cells, Torque Sensors, Load Button and Multi Component Load Cells.
Designed and developed a Multi Component Load Cell for the Mars Rover.
High school Graduate.
College graduate:Steam, diesel engines and steam turbine. Mechanical engineering.
Machine shop hands on.
Additional training:Strength of materials.
Fatigue and Fail Safe analysis.
Self studied:Computer technology.
Professional Organization History:
Member and delegate of the Western Regional Strain Gage Committee
(WRSGC) for Rockwell International.
Member of the Structural Experimental Stress Analysis (SESA) for Douglas Aircraft.