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Dynamic, highly educated, and results-focused Mechanical and/or Aerospace Engineering Candidate seeking entry level position within a forward-thinking engineering firm. More than 14 years of transferable professional experience and highly educated with an undergraduate degree in Mechanical Engineering with emphasis in Aerospace Engineering. Possess sound judgment, leadership skills, able to work under strict time constraints and excel in challenging situations. Proficient in AutoCAD ’07-’11, ABAQUS, MATLAB/Simulink, MS Office Suite, Pro/ENGINEER, MasterCAM, PLC, and Fluent.

University of Missouri, Columbia – 2011
B.S., Mechanical Engineering/Aerospace emphasis
Pi Tau Sigma – Missouri Epsilon Mechanical Engineering Honor Society
Dean’s List – College of Engineering
Engineer in Training (EIT) – Missouri Board for Professional Engineers

Senior Design Project – Honeywell FM & T, Kansas City, MO
 Low Temperature co-fired ceramic micro-thruster development and fabrication for a Micro Air Vehicle, using SolidWorks and AutoCAD to design manufacturing punch for thruster structure.
 Performed finite element analysis of thruster structure during combustion process using ABAQUS.
 Analysis of a NACA 4412 airfoil using analytical, numerical, and CFD methods, and employed Fluent to perform CFD analysis.
 Wrote MATLAB program to perform numerical analysis.
Aircraft Flight Mechanics
 Conceptual design of a VLJ business jet, and utilized MATLAB to minimize fully loaded takeoff weight for a given mission profile.
 Designed aircraft landing guidance control systems using Simulink.
Thermal and Fluid Sciences Laboratory
 Investigated thermal expansion rates and production cost comparison between stainless steel and copper slugs using LN2 and alcohol/LN2 slush cooling mediums to achieve an interference fit for a shaft and pulley system.
 Used small scale wind tunnel and dynamometer for drag analysis of proposed tubular airfoil cross-section for use as a bicycle frame, and gained working knowledge of oscilloscopes, multi-meters, thermocouples, flow meters, and data acquisition systems.
Computational Methods for Engineering Design
 Examination of power output in a horizontally opposed diesel aircraft engine, and utilized MATLAB to solve for multiple unknowns using matrix methods.
 Performed statistical analysis on power output due to component variability using Monte Carlo simulation.
Manufacturing Methods
 Investigated tubular aluminum surface finish effects by varying cutting tool size and lathe speed.
 Created basic part design using MasterCAM and then used three axis mills for part production, and utilized programmable logic controller to automate beverage filling and bottling processes.
Heat Transfer
 Designed re-circulating cooling system and heat exchanger that maintained proper function in laser operation equipment.
Dynamic Systems and Controls
 High-speed non-linear solenoid valve simulation and response time optimization using MATLAB/Simulink

Attended University of Missouri, College of Engineering 2007 to 2011

Medex Courier – Self Employed, St. Louis, MO 2002 to 2007
 Provided contracting services for a durable medical equipment delivery company.
 Performed efficient and courteous delivery of medical supplies within 300 mile radius.
 Professionally interacted with medical and pharmacy personnel within a diverse customer demographic.

Sales Associate – Jerry Bickel Race Cars – Troy, MO 2001 to 2002
 Assisted in race car component with annual sales of $2.5M.
 Fabricated high performance components from raw materials.
 Enacted cost reduction measures and saved $5K annually in shipping expenses.

Account Manager – Metro Lift Propane – St. Louis, MO 2000 to 2001
 Provide service to industries requiring petroleum energy for forklifts and residential construction, and assisted in new and existing account management initiatives.
 Successfully reduced maintenance costs of company vehicles by implementing new service program.
 Managed refilling operations for forklift cylinders and 200 lb pressure vessels.

Lead Mechanic – Jim Yates Racing – Alexandria, VA 1996 to 2000
 Assisted as “rear of vehicle” lead mechanic to multiple NHRA World Championship winning teams in 1996 and 1997.
 Provided key assistance with race car research and development, and supervised organization of team resources.

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