3D/2D CAD design in solidworks, design solutions, build to manufacture, first time right, material selection for application., modal analysis, structural FEA, masters degree in mechanical engineering with 9 years experience.
- Key projects delivered successfully:
EU6.2, 2.0 diesel ecoblue exhaust system design and release for Ford Mo Company - (hidden). Complex exhaust system design to meet lifetime, safety, emission requirements for (hidden),(hidden)(hidden);s of customers of vehicles with this exhaust system. System released successfully, with supply set up and all components successfully PPAP'd; meeting strict quality requirements and demand.
Large scale vibration test system design with welded fabrications, pneumatic suspension, hydraulic cooling and electrical interlock safety system design. Completed assembly design in solidworks, structured bill of materials and released to be ordered.
Design and Release Engineer
Ford Motor Company · Contact
Jan 2016 –
5 yrs 2 mos Dunton, England, United Kingdom
Manage the release of hot end exhaust systems into production across engine and vehicle lines, directing the design so the system meets key attributes. This is a challenging role as I have to work with a global team within Ford and outside Ford day to day, ensuring any changes are communicated effectively, a plan is in place and are implemented on time.
Bruel & Kjaer Limited · Full-time
Sep 2013 –
2 yrs 3 mos Royston, England, United Kingdom
Lead engineer for large scale, high value customer projects to deliver vibration test systems and solutions. Ensure the solutions meet the test and design specification required by customers. These systems are used to test anything that undergoes vibration during its lifespan. Products tested range from something as small as a mobile phone up to a satellite being launched to space. The vibration systems can also be adapted to perform shock tests.
Mechanical Design Engineer
Datapaq Limited · Full-time
Sep 2011 –
2 yrs Cambridge, England, United Kingdom
Design and deliver bespoke temperature profiling systems, used in a wide range of industrial processes that involve extreme environments. The systems go through the customer’s process and are designed to house and protect a datalogger that primarily monitors temperature. The environments involve temperatures ranging from -50°C to 1350°C, vacuum, high pressure and various fluids. I have a good understanding of how materials behave in these environments which I consider when designing these systems.
The University of Manchester
Master, Mechanical engineering, 2:1
2007 – 2011
Activities and Societies:
Fourth Year Modules –Aero Acoustics, Advanced Thermodynamics, Composites, Advanced Modelling and Simulation, Legal Issues, 3D Product Modelling
Third Year Modules – Heat Transfer, Solids, Structures and Integrity, Modelling and Simulation 3, Design 3, Applied Engineering Mathematics, Nuclear Systems, Fluid Mechanics, Instrumentation and Measurement, Advanced Production Processes, Management 3
Individual Project – Investigation of Materials with Similar Mechanical Properties of the Human Femur for the Production of Artificial Bone
Group Project – Design of a Single Sided Slave Fastener for Plane Wing Manufacture
4 year undergraduate masters in Mechanical Engineering.