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Engineer Civil Engineering

Location:
Lynchburg, VA
Posted:
February 21, 2020

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ROBERT GURDAL 434-***-**** adbw0o@r.postjobfree.com Lynchburg, VA

Looking for a new position where I could contribute to the success of the Company. Also, looking for a Company with a nice and friendly environment. Would mainly like to work with people that would try to improve communication between the people and/or between the Groups. PAST EXPERIENCE AS A SENIOR STRUCTURAL ENGINEER

Intensive experience with the Microsoft products, such as WORD, Excel and PowerPoint.

Mechanical Engineering, including Structural Analyses and Stress Analyses.

Collaborated extensively between individuals and between teams.

Resolution of complex problems, including the creation of comparison plots.

Awarded some Peer Accolades as early as 1992 and other times after that.

Successfully coached and mentored junior engineers.

Authored or co-authored approximately 20 technical papers. FOREIGN LANGUAGES

French, Native Proficiency German & Spanish, Interactive Knowledge ADDITIONAL ITEMS

In addition to communications, will be looking for customer satisfaction.

Collaborated with the team members to resolve complex engineering problems.

Computer programming, mainly in FORTRAN.

Has been working every Saturday for a Mission to help the Hungry for months now.

Likes to listen to new jokes.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

AREVA/FRAMATOME INC. Advisory Components’ Structural Engineer 1983-2008 & 2013-2019 AREVA Advisory Fuels' Structural Engineer 2008-2013 Babcock Brown Boveri (BBR; Mannheim, Germany) Structural Engineer 1977-1983 EDUCATION

Bachelor Degree/Diploma in Civil Engineering, University of Liège, Belgium Master of Science in Structural/Stress Engineering, University of Southampton, England PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ASME Working Group on Piping Design ASME Working Group on Fatigue Strength Intensively involved in ASME-Code Groups ASME = American Society of Mechanical Engineers Topics of the technical Publications, mainly for the ASME PRESSURE VESSEL AND PIPING (PVP) Conferences: Class 1 NB-3600 piping branch connections, Overview of the Fatigue Design Discussions in the United States from These Past 10 years, Fuel Assembly Vertical Model Benchmarking to Fuel Assembly Vertical Stiffness and Drop Test Results, Comparison of Strain Range Measures and Environmental Fatigue Calculation Methodologies for the Stepped Pipe Tests, Generation of seismic response spectra.



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