Top Stress Engineer Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a Stress Engineer. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of Stress Engineer resumes they appeared on. For example, 13.1% of Stress Engineer resumes contained Finite Element Analysis as a skill. Let's find out what skills a Stress Engineer actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on Stress Engineer resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Finite Element Analysis

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Here's how Finite Element Analysis is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed structural analysis of metallic and composite aircraft structures using traditional calculation methods and finite element analysis.
  • Stress analysis included classical hand calculations, Boeing specific computer programs and using Finite Element Analysis tools.
  • Performed analysis using a combination of traditional hand calculations and finite element analysis.
  • Prepared stress analysis reports using hand calculations and Finite Element Analysis.
  • Performed Finite element analysis on U-loops for fatigue assessment.
  • Performed finite element analysis to calculate loads and stresses caused by relative deflection of RP-Tank and the three engine structures.
  • Altered finite element models and conducted finite element analysis to support the stress analysis needs on various exhaust components.
  • Stress, thermal, and fatigue (Cosmos/M) finite element analysis of detailed parts and assemblies.
  • Performed material non-linear finite element analysis to solve a negative margin issue on the root rib.
  • Performed Finite Element Analysis (FEA) and design modifications of gas turbine components.
  • Carried out hand calculation analysis and finite element analysis (MSC/NASTRAN).
  • Performed finite element analysis for pipe clamps, using ANSYS computer program.
  • Hand calculations and Finite Element analysis & modeling.
  • Conducted static stress analysis utilizing Finite Element Analysis (FEA) on the backplane support of the James Webb Space Telescope.
  • Used Pro/Engineer to develop models and Pro/Mechanica to do both static and modal finite element analysis.
  • Design and conduct detailed Finite Element analysis on aircraft Pneumatic Ducting systems and its components using Femap/NEiNastran.
  • assigned by Indonesian Aerospace Perform Finite Element analysis of the EMB-190 Engine pylon and composite fairing by FEMAP/NASTRAN.
  • Stress Engineer Finite Element analysis, Structural repair Sauder Woodworking Co. manual drafting, Airplane design drafting.

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2. Classical Hand Calculations

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Here's how Classical Hand Calculations is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed Finite element modeling/analysis, classical hand calculations, technical report preparation, provided analysis and advice to various departments.
  • Performed stress and thermal analyses using ANSYS FEA and classical hand calculations.
  • Utilized both classical hand calculations and FEM analysis to derive a low weight design with minimum margins of safety.
  • Determined stresses in shafts and splines using classical hand calculations.

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3. Fatigue Analysis

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Here's how Fatigue Analysis is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Perform fatigue analysis, using cumulative damage methodologies, of various aircraft component.
  • Performed shipping and fatigue analysis for piping transported in modular structures.
  • Perform fatigue analysis of various aircraft component.
  • Support for metal Over Wing Beams fatigue analysis as well as checking of 787-8 span wise beams and spars shear ties.
  • Perform crack growth check using AFGROW to suggest inspection method and intervals, and fatigue analysis at the critical fastener location.
  • Worked on stress analysis of piping on bridge connecting Greenfield and Brownfield platforms & associated Fatigue analysis of the piping.
  • Performed static and fatigue analysis on a number of parts and wrote final notes to publish in Boeing document.
  • Performed static and fatigue analysis using Boeing Design Manuals (BDM's), Book 2 and classical methods.
  • Damage tolerance and fatigue analysis on critical wing rib locations for A321 new design and A320 production support.
  • Performed static, dynamic and fatigue analysis to come up with a solution of the crack problem.
  • Performed the sonic fatigue analysis for wing box and wing-carry-through substructure of the CTOL AA-1 vehicle.
  • Generate spectrum and the load files used for fatigue analysis from the Boeing aircraft structural loads.
  • Performed static and fatigue analysis and led other Boeing engineers in support of 787-8 certification.
  • Performed fatigue analysis on Boeing's 787 Main Landing Gear primary structural parts using N-Code.
  • Created the static and fatigue analysis procedure on the large cargo door surround structure.
  • Performed crack growth and fatigue analysis to define inspection periods and parts replacement.
  • Performed and published the fatigue analysis for the 777LR main landing gear components.
  • Performed fatigue analysis for the crown skin and stringer splices of Boeing 737-700C.
  • Stress Engineering(Contract): Structural and fatigue analysis of S-92 helicopter.
  • Performed Fatigue analysis for all piping and qualified per DNV Code 30.2.

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4. Stress Analysis

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Here's how Stress Analysis is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Generated and automated a generic stress analysis of payload attachment system for a Space Shuttle safety critical storage container.
  • Assisted in providing stress analysis documentation for the modification of the fuselage structure for various military based modifications.
  • Developed structural configurations and performed preliminary stress analysis of 787 flight deck floor and bulkhead structure.
  • Prepared detailed stress analysis reports on various wing components including vibration analysis on systems support structures.
  • Plan to encompass the repetitive repairs as standard repair encompassing various sections after detailed stress analysis.
  • Performed Structural Dynamics Design Analysis and Stress Analysis of aircraft jet engines and Vibration Test Monitoring.
  • Provided comprehensive dynamic stress analysis for excessive vibration of rotating and reciprocating equipment and piping.
  • Introduced comprehensive stress analysis for new parachute and components tailored for Ares-I and Ares-V deceleration.
  • Performed stress analysis and structural substantiation of various supporting structures, components and assemblies.
  • Compiled written reports and delivered presentations on stress analysis results to peers and management.
  • Prepared Stress Analysis presentations for several performed stress analysis performed for CDR substantiation.
  • Perform stress analysis on process and utility piping consistent with the established criteria.
  • Stress analysis and documentation required for certification of wing to body fairing structure.
  • Stress analysis for design development and certification using classical analysis and FEM.
  • Performed stress analysis and sizing of reinforcements of UH-60 helicopter fuselage structure.
  • Prepare piping stress analysis technical procedures, specifications and standard calculations sheets.
  • Performed the stress analysis on multiple BBJ executive interior modification programs.
  • Stress analysis supporting design of large fuselage cutout for lavatory installation.
  • Provide stress analysis and substantiation reports for aircraft alterations.
  • Performed stress analysis of primary and secondary aircraft structures.

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5. Nastran

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Here's how Nastran is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Developed NASTRAN finite element capability for Learjet.
  • Performed the finite element models and report check by using PATRAN model with NASTRAN solution on wing structure for A320NEO airplane.
  • Established analysis models and calculated the stress distribution of MD-11 Cargo eight and ten pallet frames using finite element code NASTRAN.
  • Developed semi-empirical methodologies and studies on skin pockets buckling and Gear Rib splicing using NASTRAN SOL 105/101 respectively.
  • Edited NASTRAN bulk data finite elements on a FEM of the aft fuselage of the F18 Fighter Aircraft.
  • Stress analysis and re-design of engine mounts and aft-fuselage, stringers and skins using NASTRAN/PATRAN, hand calculations.
  • Analyzed Fuselage structure and Nose Wheel Well components with finite element methods (PATRAN/NASTRAN) and traditional techniques.
  • Performed load analysis using proprietary tool (SLIM/VISION) for subsequent analysis using PATRAN/NASTRAN and classical methods.
  • Work consisted of Finite Element Modeling of design components using I-DEAS master series, and NASTRAN.
  • Performed non-linear and modal analysis using PATRAN/NASTRAN to size the Lift Fan Mounts for configuration studies.
  • Extracted loads from PATRAN/NASTRAN software and developed excel spreadsheets to provide completed analysis and formal documentation.
  • Worked on development of tools to post-process NASTRAN data to be used with internal company software.
  • Created Bolt and Stress models of assemblies on PATRAN/NASTRAN required for fatigue and static stress analysis.
  • Prepared formal stress analyses reports using MSC/NASTRAN Program and hand calculations, for British CAA certification.
  • Constructed NASTRAN models and use the loads from the model to perform classical stress analysis.
  • Resolved shoulder cowl analysis issues using NASTRAN working at vendor GKN Aerospace in UK.
  • Updated global Finite Element Model (FEM) for various hardware utilizing PATRAN/NASTRAN.
  • Performed analysis of composite leading edge slat #5 using PATRAN and NASTRAN.
  • Analyzed 787-9 composite floor beams installations using nonlinear PATRAN/NASTRAN FEA and classical analysis.
  • Used Linear / Nonlinear and Modal analysis using NASTRAN / PATRAN code.

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6. Structural Analysis

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Here's how Structural Analysis is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Completed in depth structural analysis both electronically and hand calculations for Boeing 767 Tanker propulsion structure to substantiate structural integrity.
  • Performed structural analysis of modified helicopter structure ensuring structural integrity and flight safety for testing as well as operational flights.
  • Supervised stress engineers for structural analysis of aircraft galleys using finite element method.
  • Provided structural analysis support for the design of commercial aircraft cargo-handling systems.
  • Pipe support qualification and analysis using RISA 3D Structural analysis software.
  • Developed and documented structural analysis methodologies for an unmanned aerial vehicle.
  • Perform composite structural analysis of primary and secondary structures.
  • Interfaced piping system with package structural analysis.
  • Performed structural analysis of components and assemblies.
  • Performed structural analysis on modular skids.
  • Researched structural analysis methods for projects and provided feedback to the stress team on the outcomes of these studies.
  • Led a team of engineers who were responsible for providing structural analysis for engineering changes to current aircraft structure.
  • Provided stress and structural analysis of Aerospace Cargo restraining system by hand analysis utilizing MS Excel and MS Word.
  • Mentor leads and analysts (10 people) regarding structural analysis approach, methods, and requirements.
  • Wind Turbine - Preliminary structural analysis and design study for a composite 20m vertical axis wind turbine.
  • Performed structural analysis of flight vehicle primary support structure on the shuttle centaur and titan centaur;
  • Supported the structural analysis of major components for the space shuttle's main engines.
  • Provided structural analysis support for the design of commercial aircraft engine nozzle and cowl.
  • Task is to perform structural analysis of modifications to the MH-60R Sea Hawk.
  • Perform structural analysis of engineering drawings and 3D models.

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7. Fuselage

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Here's how Fuselage is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Determined allowable damages on external fuselage skin.
  • Develop the detail analysis method on floor beams (main and upper deck) for new B747-8 advanced Section 41 fuselage.
  • Create the analysis procedure of static and fatigue analyses on large cargo door surround structure for B787 Section 41 composite fuselage.
  • Provide design and analysis support on FSW (Friction Stir Welding) Barrier Beams for new B747-8 advanced Section 41 fuselage.
  • Repaired all sections of the aircraft during D inspection and overhaul including wing systems, fuselage and tail, landing gear.
  • Developed the stress analysis of the Frame Stabilization and Stringer Clip with joint for 777-9 (777X) fuselage Section 48.
  • Perform the detail analysis technique on Nose Wheel Well (NWW) for new B747-8 advanced Section 41 fuselage.
  • Determined tank loads, designed reinforcements for fuselage frames, signed off drawings, and wrote formal report.
  • Analyzed aircraft structure on 787-9 Wing & Fuselage (Section 45 & 11) to support design team.
  • Performed static and D&DT analyses of GPS antenna field repair with blown holes in pressurized fuselage.
  • Participated in the stress team for re-sizing of the central fuselage bulkheads at the wing interface.
  • Worked on several interior projects including a new hatch, and EFAM Wing attachments to fuselage.
  • Approve production design drawings to meet all design and certification requirements for B767 Section 41 fuselage.
  • Joined the systems group, also I helped out in the fuselage and the wing group.
  • Generated and supported the Latitude fuselage FEM along with the optimization of the skin and stringers.
  • Worked with Interface Loads for different parts located in the Fuselage, Wing structure etc.
  • Evaluate Strength Analysis of the nose landing gear bay, forward fuselage floor structure.
  • Evaluated major structural modifications to the aft fuselage for flight test structural provisions.
  • Determine the skin/stringer requirements of skin buckling for B787 Section 41 composite fuselage.
  • Provided support in review of critical flight test data for the fuselage structure.

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8. Static Strength

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Here's how Static Strength is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Developed repairs and prepared static strength/ fatigue analysis of engineering repair dispositions for nonconforming aircraft structure.
  • Analyzed the discrepancies that occur during the production phase of the aircraft for Static strength and Fatigue strength.
  • Assessed gas turbine components for static strength, fatigue, resonance and high stress locations.
  • Provided static strength technical support for the L85 development & certification programs.
  • Supported the 787 Nacelles Static Strength and Damage Tolerance reports for Certification.
  • Analyzed various repairs of metallic and nonmetallic structures for Static Strength.
  • Evaluated all the Metal fittings for static strength using classical methods.
  • Performed all aspects of Structural sizing, for static strength, for Boeing 757-200 Airframe Stress.
  • Use of certification checkstress documents, static strength ACDs, structural repair manual (SRM) and FESPS database.

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9. FAA

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Here's how FAA is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Served as witness and ensured proper execution of FAA structural certification component test.
  • Performed stress and strain analysis, FAA report documentation required on aircraft modifications.
  • Prepared structural calculations in conformance with FAA regulations for aircraft structures.
  • Produced final stress substantiation reports used for FAA certification of airworthiness.
  • Generate technical documents showing compliance with FAA regulations.
  • Created analysis documents for military and FAA certification.
  • Prepared presentable and organized reports per FAA specifications.
  • Documented results for FAA supplemental type certification.
  • Prepared documentation for FAA approval and certification.
  • Supervised all key qualification tests and analysis in MF2 galleys and delivered reports to show compliance with Boeing and FAA requirements.
  • Prepared static structural substantiation reports for customer (CbB), FAA certification, STC approval process, and installation support.
  • Worked closely with FAA and foreign certification bodies to bring out international certification of the Citation X and the Citation Excel.
  • Generated static, dynamic, and a fatigue analysis report for the FAA on the Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS).
  • Redesigned of Wing Tip Rib and Rear Spar for Drawing Releases.-Provided Stress Support for Production Line.-Prepared FAA Certification Stress Reports.
  • Performed Structural Substantiation per FAA and EASA requirements, using classical hand analysis and Finite Element Modeling (FEM).
  • Provided design and certification guidance to design teams to ensure design meets FAA requirements, schedule, and cost.
  • Evaluated existing B747 structural repairs per 14 CFR 26.43 using the guidelines in FAA Order 8300.13 Repair Assessment Program.
  • Worked very closely with Boeing DER s to meet FAA requirements and subsequently well versed in structural certification requirements.
  • Ensured conformity to FAA, CAA, JAA, NAS, and SAE regulations governing aircraft seat certification.
  • Created strength check notes in support of compliance finding of repairs for FAA approval with FAA 8100-9 form.

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10. Caesar II

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Here's how Caesar II is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Mentored young engineers to get familiar with Bechtel Network, Bechtel Design Guideline, Caesar II, and Smart Plant Review.
  • Used Caesar II pipe stress program along with the PDS review station for checking piping configurations and locating supports.
  • Completed 27 Caesar II models in just over 5 months, including specification and placement of most cost-effective supports.
  • Worked at Dow Ethylene project and performed piping stress analyses by using PM30 and Caesar II programs.
  • Used loads obtained from Caesar II to qualify tank and pump nozzle allowable loads provided from vendor.
  • Full responsibility for flexibility analysis of a gas development project per ANSI B31.3 using Caesar II software.
  • Stress analysis of process lines and pipelines for oil and gas projects with software Caesar II.
  • Used Caesar II for modeling piping systems and qualifying the analyses per the B31.3 piping code.
  • Analyzed piping per B31.3 and selected supports for both tubing and piping using Caesar II.
  • Used Caesar II software to analyze chemical plant piping per ASME B31.3 stress requirements.
  • Performed pipe Stress Analysis using CAESAR II Computer program to comply with ANSI B31.3.
  • Check Caesar II calculations for completeness, accuracy and documenting same upon completions.
  • Perform pipe stress calculations for refinery modules using CAESAR II software.
  • Perform stress calculations and reports on piping packages using Caesar II.
  • Analyzed pipe stress on pipeline system using CAESAR II software.
  • Performed flexibility analysis using Caesar II for B31.3 code compliance.
  • Work included analysis on various systems using CAESAR II.
  • Used Caesar II stress program.
  • Used CAESAR II pipe stress program and B31.3 piping code.
  • Used CAESAR II for all the Chemical Process plants.

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11. Tolerance Analysis

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Here's how Tolerance Analysis is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Produced Damage tolerance analysis for FAA certification on antennae installations.
  • Performed damage tolerance analysis via NASGRO for fracture critical components.
  • Prepared stress reports for spar co-bond joint analysis, damage tolerance analysis, bypass/bearing and bolt bending analysis for wing box.
  • Proposed repair plans for the aforesaid damages and substantiated the repairs using Fatigue and Damage tolerance Analysis.
  • Performed durability and damage tolerance analysis on aircraft structural modifications (metallic) using AFGROW and NASGRO.
  • Damage tolerance analysis of fuselage for 737NG Structural Repair Manual (SRM) for lightning strike damage.
  • Performed the damage tolerance analysis on One Piece Frame with fitting for 787-10 fuselage Section 41.
  • Performed the Fatigue and Damage tolerance analysis of the Inboard End support Rib.
  • Metal fatigue and damage tolerance analysis using Boeing in house tool IDTAS, DTANAL
  • Gained experience in damage tolerance analysis using NASGROW and NASFLA programs.
  • Damage tolerance analysis on the B747-8 wing mid spar.
  • Performed Damage Tolerance analysis on components of C-130 Gunship.
  • Supported and Performed Damage Tolerance Analysis for Lugs System.
  • Performed damage tolerance analysis for nano- advanced composite structure.
  • Damage Tolerance Analysis of Fuselage for Airplane Certification: DTA of the fuselage section 44 wheel well aft bulkhead inner chord.
  • Perform wing lower skin ultimate, fatigue, and damage tolerance analysis for sizing, drawingrelease and certification.
  • Performed MRB and Damage Tolerance Analysis on various components of 787 Airframe components in Section 47 & 48.
  • Performed stress, fatigue and damage tolerance analysis on metallic airframe structures.
  • Perform Fatigue and Damage tolerance analysis on Boeing 757 Fedex aircrafts for structural changes that arise as part of cargo conversion.
  • Stress analysis for drawing release and certification of the 767ER IGW empennage includingultimate, fatigue, and damage tolerance analysis.

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12. Catia

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Here's how Catia is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed Finite Element Modeling/Analysis utilizing IDEA-S and CATIA.
  • Support the IPT Designers and approve the parts for ultimate and fatigue strength, using CATIA 5 for geometry check.
  • Use NASTRAN, FEMAP, CATIA V4 & V5, Static and Fatigue analysis, Damage and Durability Tolerance.
  • Research and developmental engineering of Falcon interiors using CATIA V4 and V5 as specified by customer finishing specifications.
  • Use CATIA drawings, ELFINI model data, and RS/6000 UNIX operating system to create electronic stress notes.
  • Participated in design process via team and partner efforts, and through use of CAD/CAE (CATIA-V5)
  • Calculated section properties for front spar terminal fitting (CATIA-V5, IAS, Excel).
  • Designed and analyzed engineering drawings with CATIAV5, Pro-E & I-DEAS software's.
  • Review and sign engineering drawing, CATIA V4 and V5.
  • Experienced in using CatiaV5 to design parts.
  • Worked with tools such as CSW (Common Structures Workstation), SA+ and CATIA V5.
  • Used CATIA V4, PASA, PATRAN, & Sikorsky analysis templates.
  • Used CATIA, PATRAN, and NASTRAN for design and analysis.
  • Trained in RS6000 and CATIA.
  • Evaluate design alterations using the three-dimensional modeling programCATIA.
  • Verify and audit the consistency of geometry with Catia model in technical reports of hand calculation and FEA model.
  • Utilized CATIA in Enovia environment to prepare solid model and design drawings for coupon manufacture.
  • Prepared drawings using various CAD applications like CATIA V4/V5, AutoCad for prototype aircrafts.
  • Completed training in Boeing IAS software, Catia V5 introduction and part design classes.
  • Measure dimensions, extract fastener information or check ply sequence of Catia model.

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13. Airbus

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Here's how Airbus is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Planed work contents based on project requirements Develop structural qualification plans in accordance with Airbus standards and FAA/EASA regulatory requirements.
  • Performed Durability and Damage Tolerance analysis of interior Galleys and Trolley Compartments using linear elastic fracture mechanics and Airbus software.
  • Documented analysis in Airbus Dossiers.
  • Forward lower shell backup system brackets skin side Airbus in house tool ISAMI Bolt Joint 1D and Filled Hole analysis modules.
  • Developed knowledge of airworthiness requirements, as well as airline specifications (Boeing/Airbus) on aircraft interior components.
  • Performed damage tolerance analysis and reports on repairs of rear plug skin (Airbus A-340 500/600).
  • Worked as a Stress Engineer analyzing the Strength of various components used in AIRBUS Flight Cargo Systems.
  • Communicate with customer (Airbus) for approvals on analysis deviations and emergency in-fleet service issues.
  • Experienced in practical structural analysis on Airbus A319/A320/ A321/ A380 wing and high lift primary structure.
  • Perform and Create stress report using both classical hand analysis and Airbus static stress method/tool.
  • Generated predictions and analysis of test results using Airbus tools, ESDU Sheets and MIL-HDBK-17.
  • Use of approved static stress methods at Airbus including legacy methods and collection programs.
  • Analyzed Airbus A400m & A380 aircraft structures in terms of buckling & strength assessments.
  • Submitted reports to manufacturers corporation such as Boeing, McDonnell Douglas and Airbus.
  • Project Title: Stress Analysis of Airbus A350-XWB Fuselage - Section 15.
  • Led analyses on Cargo Motion Systems for Boeing and Airbus airplanes.
  • Conducted detail stress analyses on AIRBUS A330/340's outboard flap.
  • Detail Stress Analysis of Airbus 300 flap track fairing support fittings
  • Analyzed the latest Nacelle Exhaust system for AirBus A350 program.
  • Brief contract for design of exhaust nozzle for Airbus A380.

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14. Ansys

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Here's how Ansys is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed stress, vibration, random vibration, and harmonic analysis on individual parts and full subsystems using ANSYS Workbench.
  • Used ANSYS Workbench v12 and v14, thermal data and other tools to analyze all engine sections and write reports.
  • Analyzed stresses and deformations applied to different structural elements using FEM packages such as ANSYS and classical hand calculation.
  • Applied dynamic engineering skills in performing stress analysis within complex piping systems for power and process applications using ANSYS.
  • Prepared FEA models for analysis using ANSYS, UNIGRAPHICS, and classical methods (hand calculations).
  • Executed FEA such as thermal, static structural, modal, and harmonic response using ANSYS.
  • Stress analysis of engine support structure for the GE CF34-8C engine test cell using ANSYS.
  • Optimized centrifugal impeller growth of a compressor of tactical vehicle for LV50 engine using ANSYS.
  • Completed ANSYS V10 finite element studies on mechanical components for static stress and natural frequency.
  • Stress analysis of F136 external & internal gearboxes with ANSYS Classic and UG NX.
  • Performed linear static analysis of Rocket Engine components using ANSYS and hand calculations.
  • Modeled damper characteristics into ANSYS to facilitate high cycle fatigue problems.
  • Performed Blade Vibration and Stress Analyses using ANSYS Classic and Workbench.
  • Determined stresses in a blade and disk assembly using ANSYS.
  • Damage analysis of composite patch under cyclic loading using ANSYS.
  • Developed three programs, GM, HOLYBEAM and NBA by using ANSYS, MS Excel and UNIX shell scripts.
  • Prepared ANSYS FEA models with ANSYS Workbench and ANSYS 11.0.
  • Analyzed the aft half of JTAGG II using ANSYS.
  • Updated CFE738 engines HPT rotor finite element stress model from ANSYS4.4a to ANSYS5.3 to accommodate engine supportability issues.
  • Used ANSYS to model and analyze thrust reverser parts where the complexity of the part demanded it.

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15. MRB

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Here's how MRB is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Delegated MRB Process: Covered supplier delegated MRB processes (e.g., disclosure, authorization, qualification, maintenance).
  • Prepared formal stress reports for ATLAS I and II launch vehicles and resolved manufacturing discrepancies through MRB activity.
  • Worked with liaison engineering to review and size to completion several MRB and ECN type problems and projects.
  • Provided design guideline, structural test support and MRB repairs to ensure the airworthiness of aircraft structural modifications.
  • Closed all MRB/Stress tags and supported the manufacturing process in the disposition of manufacturing defects as required.
  • DASH 8 - 400 Series Center Fuselage Stress Analysis and Material Review Board (MRB).
  • Performed classification (Sampling) of SSI for MRB document to inspect 1 in 3 aircraft.
  • Worked as MRB/Stress engineer designed all type repairs for all Honda Aircraft business jet.
  • Provided analysis supports to flight test operations, MRB, & field repair.
  • Provided MRB repair instructions and analysis for airplanes damaged on the production line.
  • Solve MRB's composite manufacturing issues and interface issues on metallic frames.
  • Updated Maintenance Review Board Report (MRB) for revised inspections interval.
  • Provided stress support for production MRB rework and non-conformity issues.
  • Performed repairs for MRB issues on bonded panels for AFS.
  • Worked as MRB/Stress engineer during manufacturing Chinook, CH-47 program.
  • Provided stress and MRB coverage in support of aircraft build.
  • Completed Stress reports as acting MRB signature stress lead.
  • Provided substantiating analysis for MRB support and AR/DER review.
  • Detailed MRB stress analysis in support US DoD projects.
  • Provided off-site vendor MRB analysis and liaison support.

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16. CAD

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Here's how CAD is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Analyzed Boeing 777 actuator door components, and high-energy flywheel systems and valves using Pro-Engineer CAD and ANSYS finite element.
  • Designed and analyzed spy satellite flight structures using SDRC IDEAS Master Series, classical engineering with MathCAD, and NASTRAN.
  • Participated in creating CAD algorithms that helped to decrease design time of missiles and ground equipment for aircraft.
  • Led stress/certification group from hand analysis of board drawing designs to finite element analysis of CAD generated designs.
  • Determined the applied and allowable moment on the integral spar cap using MATHCAD hand calculations.
  • Completed Excel and MathCad templates for sandwich panel analysis as well as lug analysis.
  • Checked the accuracy of the model by using Pro/ENGINEER to view the CAD drawings
  • Hand Calculations using MATHCAD; include presenting results and generation of reports.
  • Perform rapid conceptual design and analysis using CAD and FEM tools.
  • Verify design options and provide design change advice to CAD group.
  • Develop and perform validation and verification using MathCAD for Caesar II.
  • Prepare analysis summaries and reports using MathCad and MS Word.
  • Performed hand calculations using MathCad and Excel.
  • Automated this method in MathCAD.
  • Used NASTRAN, PATRAN, MATHCAD, SAP, and MS Office.
  • Created structural analysis reports using Mathcad.
  • Create a finite element modeling for composite fairing (FEMAP, MSC Nastran), equation solving using MathCAD.
  • Created a Patran PCL program to assist in the creation of cross section property data from CAD geometry.
  • Use Femap, Pro-E, Math-Cad to create finite Element models and finite element analysis.
  • Performed classical strength analysis on Boeings 787-8/-9 Main Landing Gear (MLG) using Math-Cad.

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17. Static Analysis

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Here's how Static Analysis is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Utilized classical static analysis and fatigue analysis methods to substantiate repair solutions.
  • Perform static analysis and validate designs of components within the Aerospace industry.
  • Considered various occasional loads in static analysis of piping system i.e.
  • Reviewed latch door limiter and compression cup static analysis as well as drag link static and fatigue analysis documentation after completion.
  • Analyzed and wrote the certification report for the 135BJ Forward Fuselage I static analysis for load phase H3.
  • Conducted static analysis of 777 main landing gear attachments for moving line loader vehicle use.
  • Performed Fatigue and Static Analysis as well as FEM manipulation and Static Test data correlation.
  • Performed static analysis of lug/clevis fittings, tie rods, machined assemblies & pressurized flanges.
  • Hand Calculations, Damage and durability Tolerance, Fatigue analysis, and Static analysis.
  • Performed and evaluated both static analysis for weight, thermal and wind load cases.
  • Conduct all preliminary static analysis for the structure.
  • Perform Static analysis of pressurized and non pressurized aircraft structures using classical hand calculations and FEM using gulfstream approved methods.
  • Performed structural analysis for metallics only - Classical hand static analysis.
  • Performed static analysis on rotorcraft bay support electronic components.
  • Lug Analysis: Static Analysis of Lugs(Hand Calculations and Tool based analysis) for [ ] and Stress Dossier preparation
  • Lug Analysis: Static Analysis of Lugs (Hand Calculations and Tool based analysis) for A350-900 and Stress Report preparation
  • Performed the empennage's leading edge static analysis and wrote its certification report.

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18. Femap

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Here's how Femap is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Review and update previously developed modeled load cases in the finite analysis program FEMAP.
  • Modified FEMAP model to remaining thickness after blending the corrosion.
  • Utilized FEMAP to retrieve detail and assembly drawings.
  • Modified FEMAP models to incorporate design changes.
  • Prepared FEA models for analysis using ANSYS Classic, NASTRAN, FEMAP, PRO-E (WILDFIRE)/ PDM-Windchill and PRO/MECHANICA.
  • Completed static analysis report of composite bulkhead, lavatory, and other interior monuments using FeMap/NX Nastran.
  • Performed stress analysis for Hawker 125-800 aircraft modification programs using classical hand techniques and finite element modeling (FEMAP).
  • Stress and Dynamics Analyses of Aircraft Interior Components using computer codes such as FEMAP, MSC/Nastran and other similar codes.
  • Performed linear static analysis of interior honeycomb structures such as divans, cabinets, bulkheads using FeMap/NX Nastran.
  • Document structural substantiation reports using Femap and hand calculations to meet 14CFR Parts 23 and 25 regulations.
  • Developed a vehicle level finite element model of the test article using Femap with NX Nastran.
  • Created finite element models with Femap/ Nastran to obtain interface loads and elements stresses.
  • Detail stress and heat transfer Patran/Femap/Nastran and Ansys FEA modeling of flight controls hardware and interiors structure.

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19. Pipe Supports

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Here's how Pipe Supports is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Design of pipe supports for steel and FRP pipes in accordance with MSS SP58, SP69, and company support standards.
  • Determined and provided pipe support locations, functions and loads for the design and analysis of pipe supports.
  • Reviewed and approved stress analysis and pipe supports designs produced by an outside company on various projects.
  • Solve the problems of construction at site (problem related to the pipe supports).
  • Supplied Piping loads to Civil/Structural and Design the MPS (Special Pipe Supports).
  • Specified various kinds of pipe supports and spring hangers per company support standards.
  • Designed pipe supports with available material on hand to avoid schedule delays.
  • Provided field engineers with solutions on pipe supports and spring related issues.
  • Identified and assessed pipe supports not installed per the design criteria.
  • Conducted material take off for pipe supports, springs and struts.
  • Designed and modeled 3-D pipe supports using Support Modeler software.
  • Provide pipe supports design as per AISC for analyzed piping.
  • Design of Special pipe supports and Steel structure supports sketches.
  • Located pipe anchors and guides and modified pipe supports.
  • Perform pipe supports design and prepared pipe support drawings.
  • Design and selection of pipe supports and Springs Supports.
  • Designed pipe supports for critical piping and non-critical piping.
  • Designed springs, struts, and pipe supports.
  • Qualified the flanges, Nozzles and pipe supports.
  • Design of non-standard pipe supports.

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20. Nozzle Loads

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Here's how Nozzle Loads is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed evaluations for equipment nozzle loads, valve accelerations, movements, and qualifications of the piping system for safe operation.
  • Qualified all pipe stresses per ASME B31.1, and qualified all turbine nozzle loads per General Electric requirements.
  • Evaluate calculated stress results, displacements, pipe support loads and equipment nozzle loads are within allowable.
  • Check equipment nozzle loads and verify new design support loads using Jacob Engineering Support Design Standards.
  • Perform analysis of Nozzle Loads / Stress on Vessels using, the Caesar II program.
  • Demonstrated that the equipment nozzle loads remained within the allowable limits based on vendor data.
  • Analyzed cryogenic process lines, relief valve thrust forces, and validated nozzle loads.
  • Verified and reviewed the nozzle loads for the entire project's equipment.
  • Evaluated equipment nozzle loads and pipe rupture.
  • Qualified valves for accelerations and nozzle loads.
  • Qualified Tank and Pump nozzle loads.
  • Qualified nozzle loads for various equipments according limit set by relevant code or standard.
  • Qualified nozzle loads of static equipments using [ ] & nozzle pro and API 610/617 for rotary machineries.

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21. Interface Loads

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Here's how Interface Loads is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Developed interface loads and structural substantiation for composite panel constructed interior monuments.
  • Provided off-site engineering support and prepared reports (Structural Substantiation, Interface Loads, Weight and Balance, etc.)
  • Prepared classical stress analyses and interface loads reports for seat attach and tracking assemblies.
  • Created/checked/approved Test Article Definition, Interface Loads, Abuse loads, and Test Plans/Reports.
  • Generate interface loads for the fixed leading edge lower panel to wing cover.
  • Created and maintained interface loads documents to provide loads data to interfacing groups.
  • Created Linear Static Finite Element Models in support of Interface Loads Reports.
  • Extract interface loads and achieve reserve factors.
  • Calculated engine and system interface loads for submittal to engine manufacturer.
  • Calculated interface loads for the inboard and outboard trailing edge PDUs to be used for sizing of attachment brackets and links.
  • Job duties as a stress engineer at Goodrich cargo systems include, Generating applied loads and interface loads.

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22. API

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Here's how API is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed capital project Mechanical Engineering for Petrochemical Plants.
  • Carried out summation of piping loads on air coolers, pumps, compressors and heaters to API or vendor's requirements.
  • Liaised with Boeing Test & Evaluation Group to monitor a consistent data supply and expedite rapid resolution to data anomalies.
  • Review of piping design work in accordance with ASME B31.3 Process Piping Code and API 619 standard.
  • Ensured that system had the proper flexibility and loads did not exceed API allowable.
  • Qualified the pump nozzle per vendor allowable and API 610 & 661 allowable.
  • Analyzed pumps in accordance with API 610.
  • Design and as built stages, in accordance with ANSI/ASME B31.3 and API-RP-14E.
  • Read Flanged Steel Pressure Relief Valves API 526 and RP 520 Standards, ASME Process Piping Code for B31.3-2010.
  • Developed multi-compartment rapid decompression analysis methodology and wrote software to automate for use by engineering group.
  • Collaborated to maintain schedule milestones for rapidly approaching turnaround on extensive olefins expansion project for multinational chemical company.

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23. Test Cases

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Here's how Test Cases is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Reported software deficiencies via Rational ClearQuest problem tracking system, and mapped system requirements into test cases using Rational RequisitePro.
  • Performed Monte Carlo simulations analysis and designed & implemented test cases and methodologies collaborating with Quality assurance team
  • Call processing test cases were performed to verify sanity of existing functionality.
  • Developed and executed test cases using Quality Center.
  • Design test cases to test features such as structural/ acoustics/fluid/thermal/MEMS physics, etc, assemblies, meshes and CAD geometry import/export.
  • Reviewed database test cases according to assigned Requirements to validate reports by retrieving data with complex SQL queries from oracle database.

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24. Internal Loads

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Here's how Internal Loads is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Developed complex 3-D FEM of wide-body commercial aircraft fuselage with cut-outs for internal loads analyses.
  • Run over 500 load cases and provide critical internal loads to co-workers.
  • Developed interface and internal loads for various aircraft cargo and payload systems.
  • Correlated test results with those derived from Finite Element Internal Loads Model
  • Develop internal loads for a passenger sleeping area on the 747-8.
  • Prepare internal loads and Stress certification notes for the 737x.
  • Involved in Loads Model Development and Internal Loads Extraction.
  • Generated internal loads for full aircraft FEM.
  • Lead Engineer, Rolls Royce BR725 Nacelle, Internal Loads.
  • Performed stress calculations to size using material allowables from MMPDS and internal loads outputs from hand calculations.
  • Added one more flex joint to the system for releasing internal loads due to airframe deformation.
  • Developed internal loads FEMs for APU installation kits, including elastic and contact interfaces to mating sub-systems.
  • Selected Projects Completed: Lead Engineer, 737 Max Thrust Reverser, Internal Loads.
  • Detail stress and Ansys/Patran/Nastran internal loads FEA modeling.

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25. IAS

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Here's how IAS is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Learned PATRAN and IAS in a short time period to complete the necessary analysis tasks.
  • Worked with Boeing IAS programs for BDM 6630 (lug calculations) and Crippling analysis.
  • Performed stress & fatigue analysis using Boeing's IAS & IDTAS tools.
  • Created interface load and stress analysis reports using IAS and CSW.
  • Use of Boeing analysis tools such as IAS, IDTAS, SA, DTANAL.
  • Used BOEING in-house analysis tools that included SA, IAS, and CSW.
  • Processed loads using IDTAS, FEADMS, and IAS.
  • Experience using Boeing tools like IAS and BDM.
  • Compile IAS program on composite and titanium related calculation, such as composite ply lay-up, section property and material allowable.
  • Utilized FEADMS, GKJOINT and IAS software to complete ultimate and fatigue analytical reports.
  • Prepared templates for the calculation of mass properties, inertias and aerodynamic loads.
  • Use of Boeing Tools (IAS/IDTAS/UNIX servers/BDMS/SDT Created Record of Approvals for the purpose of certification.

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26. Substantiation Reports

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Here's how Substantiation Reports is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Review and editing of structural substantiation reports created by other team members prior to submission to certification officials.
  • Prepared stress and strength analysis substantiation reports of aircraft structure components based computer analysis and hand calculations.
  • Documented interface loads reports and structural substantiation reports.
  • Analyzed and generated substantiation reports for Frame mount installs, Barrier Bulkhead installs, Seats/Divan installs in the aircraft.
  • Perform Static, Fatigue analysis and write substantiation reports to show compliance to the FAR's.
  • Generated Interface Loads reports, Stress Analysis / Substantiation reports and Interior Modifications reports.
  • Stress substantiation reports for assigned stress tasks.
  • Developed stress substantiation reports of designs changes.
  • Bell CV-22 Osprey & Boeing Responsible for stress analyses & substantiation reports for aircraft alterations.
  • Documented structural substantiation reports to meet 14 CFR Parts 23 and 25 regulations.

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27. Computer Programs

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Here's how Computer Programs is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Developed computer programs for iterative analysis of structures and mechanisms.
  • Performed detail elbow stress analysis using computer programs.
  • Work involved computer programs liked SUPERPIPE and PISOL.

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28. VBA

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Here's how VBA is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Developed automatic program using Excel VBA and Phyton to reduce analysis time up to 25%.
  • Overlooked projects to develop automation tools using VBA and database to increase efficiency and enhance team collaboration.
  • Used VBA to program several analysis tools to make tasks more efficient, reduce cost, and standardize the analysis.
  • Developed GUI for spreadsheets using VBA to automate data entry on Airbus DAMTOL suite of programs.
  • Used VBA to fix, rewrite, and update stress analysis tools to speed up analysis.
  • Integrated development of tools and methodologies of analyses in VBA/Excel and macros for finite elements with Sweden partners.

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29. Dynamic Analysis

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Here's how Dynamic Analysis is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed static and dynamic analysis for substantiation of MSN5 Titanium configuration and wrote a report for substantiation of the titanium configuration.
  • Represented client to Brazil Regulators in substantiation of crash and dynamic analysis.
  • Performed Stress and dynamic analysis on pipes carrying contaminated nuclear waters.
  • Performed water hammer and hydrodynamic analysis on piping systems.
  • Prepare stress analysis reports and dynamic analysis reports.
  • Evaluated compressor vibration issues using dynamic analysis.
  • Performed Rotor dynamic analysis of the rotating systems: critical speeds of shafts, stability and rotor response analysis.
  • Performed static and dynamic analysis of critical lines for seismic analysis, as well as underground piping analysis.
  • Performed dynamic analysis of the PW1400G EBU Systems, including Modal Analysis and Forced Harmonic Frequency Response.
  • Performed and documented static and dynamic analysis using PATRAN/NASTRAN to size Hydraulic and Electrical systems.
  • Performed Dynamic analysis for Vibration with redesigned snubber.
  • Produced dynamic analysis report for the FAA analyzing new control rod designs using FeMap v10.31/NX Nastran & MATLAB v.12.

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30. Abaqus

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Here's how Abaqus is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed FEA static analysis on primary and secondary MLG structural parts using ABAQUS as solver.
  • Analyzed structural assemblies using ABAQUS/CAE finite element software.
  • Created and FE Analyzed the 4Bolts flange joint of MLG Dragbrace Shackle support by Abaqus Non-linear analysis.
  • Analyze multiple structures of Boeing 787-8 with Patran, Nastran, Abaqus and Unix based Boeing internal design software.
  • Performed nonlinear analysis using NASTRAN and ABAQUS to determine permanent Deformations and residual strains and develop guidelines for the same.
  • Conducted ABAQUS model check for KC-135, Section 43 and Section 46 fuselage.

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31. Heat Exchangers

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Here's how Heat Exchangers is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Involve in the design of piping around Gas Compressors, Air Coolers, Towers, Drums, Heat exchangers and Pumps.
  • Analyzed lines connected to mole sieve station, compressors, storage tanks, air cooler, and plate fin heat exchangers.
  • Pipe systems include equipment such as pumps, heat exchangers, and high temperature-pressure vessels.
  • Handled stress analysis of lines connected to columns, heat exchangers, pumps & compressors.
  • Qualified equipment nozzles such as Pumps and Heat Exchangers per API standards.
  • Analyzed lines connected to turbine, air cooled heat exchanger, plate fin heat exchangers and storage tanks.
  • Involve in the design cold piping around Towers, Heat Exchangers, Pumps and Turbo Expander.
  • AIR PRODUCTS 112 MW COGEN PROJECT THAILAND Piping stress analysis around Pumps, Pressure Vessels and Heat Exchangers.

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32. III

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Here's how III is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Communicate with clients to understand requirements and ensure timely delivery with high quality.iii.
  • Perform pipe stress analysis using TPIPE Computer program and hand calculations to comply with ANSI B31.1 & ASME Section III Codes.
  • Perform seismic analysis on Section III class 2, and 3, and B31.1 piping systems.
  • Evaluated flanges for leakage by Pressure Equivalent Method and ASME Section-VIII Appendix 2 procedures.
  • Checked flange leakage using ASME Section VIII, Div I, ANSI 16.5 & ASME NC 3658 requirements.
  • Performed seismic analysis using specta-curve, and CLASS I/fatigue analysis per ASME SEC III.
  • AIR PRODUCTS BIG III ASU AND LIQUEFIER PROJECT THAILAND Layout of piping around compressor, Pumps and Vessel.
  • Analyze inlet manifold of AVDS-1790 Merkava Mark III Vehicle with Ansys Workbench.

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33. Nema

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Here's how Nema is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Analyzed new piping systems per B31.3 and qualified equipment using NEMA SM23, API 610 and API 661.
  • Developed a kinematics and loads model of the pitch, yaw and roll FCS circuits for WK2.
  • Analyzed piping per B31.3 including turbine analysis per NEMA.
  • Designed supports as required to pass NEMA.
  • Qualified the turbine nozzle per NEMA 23 codes.
  • Analyzed a new cogen plant piping system in order to qualify a turbine per NEMA allowables.
  • Qualified nozzle loads of rotary and static equipments using API [ ] & NEMA SM 23.

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34. Composite Structures

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Here's how Composite Structures is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Developed finite element modeling techniques using COSMOS and performed detail hand analysis on aircraft galley composite structures.
  • Performed structural analysis for both metallic & advanced composite structures - Classical hand static analysis.
  • Process development for secondary forming of thermoplastic composite structures, provisional patent.
  • Performed stress/strength calculation on the fiberglass/epoxy and graphite/epoxy composite structures.
  • Performed stress analysis reports on the Stanchions, Floor panel composite structures, Water-tanks, Galleys, Lav.
  • Work with both metallic and composite structures.

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35. Primary Structure

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Here's how Primary Structure is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed stress analysis of various military aircraft structural modifications and repairs for both primary structure and systems installations.
  • Analyzed various reinforced primary structures for required strength and generate technical reports showing compliance.
  • Stress analysis primarily focused around primary structure.
  • Generate interface loads for various structures and commodities that attach to the primary structures and dynamics load factors for escape systems.
  • Worked on NASA CEV ORION Command Module & Service Module (Primary Structures): Worked as Sr.
  • Resolved liaison static and fatigue discrepancies in primary structure, such as skin, frames, and fittings.
  • Worked in JSF program on Landing gear, engine mounts, primary structure and LO skin based analysis.
  • Stress analysis of payload, secondary and primary structure of large commercial aircraft (737, 747).
  • Worked on Power Sub Assembly systems and primary structures: Propulsion Tanks, Barrel Panel etc analysis.
  • Stress analysis of depot repairs to damage for primary structure on wings and fuselages.
  • Size required primary structure modifications in support of flight test.
  • Design tasks included engine installation, primary structure and brackets.
  • Analyzed attachments with primary structures, frame stations and stringers.
  • Performed shear flow calculations for cargo door number 2 cutout, primary structure, for Boeing 757.
  • Stress analysis and sizing of primary structure such as, Skin, Frames and Longerons.
  • Stress analysis and sizing of empennage primary structure and control systems.
  • Worked on analysis of primary structures (Metallic and Composite) Window Belt region of A350-1000 and Checkstress of A350-900.

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36. Design Changes

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Here's how Design Changes is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Provided engineering expertise for comprehensive design changes to reduce weight without jeopardizing integrity of detail parts.
  • Corrected problems from production rejection tags and incorporated design changes.
  • Produced weekly reports using Microsoft PowerPoint and Word to deliver status updates to outside customers on design changes and analysis.
  • Perform weld calculations and recommend design changes to fuel hose reel assembly and sub systems.
  • Prepared and supported reviews, verification, validation and substantiation of design changes.
  • Suggest design changes to meet function, strength and weight requirements.
  • Performed preliminary stress analysis on design changes and wrote stress reports.
  • Appropriate structural design changes were made based upon stress analysis.
  • Coordinated with Design groups for design changes and drawing updates.
  • Supported design changes, structural test.

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37. Autocad

low Demand
Here's how Autocad is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Used SolidWorks to recreate the galleys in 3-D, converted to AutoCAD, and translated to VersaCAD.
  • Generated various Installation and Assembly drawings using AutoCad 2000.
  • Performed piping design by using AutoCAD.
  • Used MS Word, MS Excel and AutoCAD 2000 to prepare reports and drawings.
  • Analyzed indeterminate components with MSC/NASTRAN finite element software; executed drafting with Autocad R14.
  • Used AutoCAD.Duties: Create Static, Dynamic Test Plan/Report and Substantiation reports.
  • Converted iges transfer files into AutoCAD 2000 details for engineering stress report.
  • Utilized AutoCad, Solidwork and FEMAP FEA applications.
  • Utilized Navisworks, CADWorx, AutoCAD 2011, Word, and Excel software packages.
  • Prepare and update stress analysis technical reports using Solidworks, Mathcad, Excel, Word & Autocad as necessary.

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38. SRM

low Demand
Here's how SRM is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Perform static and fatigue analyses on B767 Section 41 fuselage using IAS/SA/ELFINI/JOLT with BDM, SRM and BOOK 1/2/4.
  • Lead stress analysis activities on A310 SRM Justification analyses on the Wing Box Ribs.
  • Conducted analysis of standard repairs for Standard Repair Manual (SRM) development.
  • Developed and analyzed structural repairs that were added into the SRM/CMM/SB's.
  • Substantiated and added new SRM repairs for repeated telexes from operators.
  • Reviewed, corrected, and submitted formal comments to subcontractors for corrections to checkstress notes and SRM checkstress documents.

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39. Certification Reports

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Here's how Certification Reports is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Generated certification reports in compliance with FAR requirements.
  • Produced FAA Certification Reports pertaining to internal loads and FEM.
  • Compiled interface loads & stress certification reports.
  • Compiled FEA models & Stress Certification reports.
  • Responsibilitiesincluded analysis and certification reports for B737 Electrical Bay Racks, Auxiliary WaterTank, Heater and Water Sterilizer Installations.
  • Compose Certification Reports for Boeing review of analyses on thrust reverser components.

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40. STC

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Here's how STC is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Lead stress team in obtaining an STC for modifying a Hawker 800XP business jet to a military reconnaissance configuration.

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41. JSF

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Here's how JSF is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed structural analysis of the 2nd and 3rd TOBI's for instrumentation efforts supporting the JSF Engine test.
  • Performed stress analysis of fluid tubing and structural mounting brackets for the JSF aircraft fuel tubing system.
  • Utilized ELAM and BJSFM composite programs for composite analysis.
  • Provided Analytical Support for JSF Divergent Flap Study
  • Performed D&DT crack growth analysis of JSF APU impeller using NASGRO and [ ] engine mounts using NASCRAC.
  • Lead engineer on the JSF (F35) STOVL fighter.

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42. Line List

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Here's how Line List is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Assisted with preparation of Piping - Instrumentation diagrams and line list to ensure seamless development efforts.
  • Prepare and maintain the stress critical line list along with method of analysis.
  • Manage and update packages for multiple projects with stress tracking line lists.
  • Updated line list and worked on refinery projects with large corporations, such as Citgo, Shell, and BP.
  • Determine criticity of pipe to develop critical line list document from line list deliver by Proces Department.
  • Prepare and maintain the stress critical line list, piping specialty item list, Piping line lists and Tie-in lists.

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43. Hypermesh

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Here's how Hypermesh is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Constructed detailed FEA hexagonal mesh models containing over 2 million elements with HyperMesh.
  • Generated loads using NASTRAN, PATRAN, and Hypermesh and verified them with hand calculation.
  • Designed tutorials and guides to introduce engineers to software tools such as NX, Hypermesh and Nastran.
  • Create predominately hexagonal dominated meshes with HyperMesh and run and post-process the models using Ansys.
  • Modeled the entire Learjet 85 wing using Hypermesh and Patran Developed structural substantiation reports.

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44. Critical Lines

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Here's how Critical Lines is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed stress analysis of various critical lines connected to pumps, vessels, tanks, and pipe rack systems.
  • Evaluated less critical lines by visual inspection.

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45. WRC

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Here's how WRC is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Estimated local stresses in vessel/attachment junctions using WRC 107.
  • Qualified shell nozzle using WRC 107 and WRC 297 and NOZZLE PRO standards.
  • Worked with API 610, WRC 107, and flange leakage testing.
  • Evaluated nozzle loadings based on given allowable loads and WRC-107.
  • Pump nozzle check, Heat exchanger nozzle check, WRC 107.
  • Qualified nozzle loads using NozzlePro software, API 661, and WRC 107/297.

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46. Isometric Drawings

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Here's how Isometric Drawings is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Specified supports on isometric drawings as well as designed engineered supports for special applications.
  • Reviewed isometric drawings and provided recommendations when required.
  • Designed pipe layout and isometric drawings with the data from various departments such as process, instrumentation and mechanical.
  • Create stress-isometric drawings by using PDMS/ Micro station, and Pipe stress design report.
  • Prepared layout and marked-up isometric drawings for changed routing.
  • Review and approval of all AFC piping isometric drawings.
  • Review and approve all construction piping isometric drawings.
  • Originated and callout mark-up isometric drawings using Bechtel pipe support guidelines.

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47. Autopipe

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Here's how Autopipe is used in Stress Engineer jobs:
  • Performed analysis of various critical piping systems using AutoPIPE and Caesar II stress analysis software.
  • Lead pipe stressing jobs using - Caesar II and AutoPipe (Plus).
  • Utilized AutoPIPE (Rebis) Vers.
  • Analyzed stress systems using visual and AutoPIPE computer aided calculations.
  • Used Bentley AutoPIPE to perform stress analysis on proposed piping system designs and proposed changes if necessary.
  • Used AutoPipe, Caesar II, and Nozzle/Pro software to analyze pipe stress.

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20 Most Common Skill for a Stress Engineer

Finite Element Analysis16.5%
Classical Hand Calculations9.9%
Fatigue Analysis9.1%
Stress Analysis8.7%
Nastran6.1%
Structural Analysis6.1%
Fuselage5%
Static Strength4.7%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For A Stress Engineer

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Finite Element Analysis
Finite Element Analysis
13.1%
13.1%
2
2
Classical Hand Calculations
Classical Hand Calculations
7.9%
7.9%
3
3
Fatigue Analysis
Fatigue Analysis
7.2%
7.2%
4
4
Stress Analysis
Stress Analysis
6.9%
6.9%
5
5
Nastran
Nastran
4.9%
4.9%
6
6
Structural Analysis
Structural Analysis
4.8%
4.8%
7
7
Fuselage
Fuselage
4%
4%
8
8
Static Strength
Static Strength
3.7%
3.7%
9
9
FAA
FAA
3.2%
3.2%
10
10
Caesar II
Caesar II
3.2%
3.2%
11
11
Tolerance Analysis
Tolerance Analysis
2.8%
2.8%
12
12
Catia
Catia
2.7%
2.7%
13
13
Airbus
Airbus
2.6%
2.6%
14
14
Ansys
Ansys
2.4%
2.4%
15
15
MRB
MRB
2.3%
2.3%
16
16
CAD
CAD
2.1%
2.1%
17
17
Static Analysis
Static Analysis
1.6%
1.6%
18
18
Femap
Femap
1.4%
1.4%
19
19
Pipe Supports
Pipe Supports
1.3%
1.3%
20
20
Nozzle Loads
Nozzle Loads
1.2%
1.2%
21
21
Interface Loads
Interface Loads
1.2%
1.2%
22
22
API
API
1.2%
1.2%
23
23
Test Cases
Test Cases
1.2%
1.2%
24
24
Internal Loads
Internal Loads
1.2%
1.2%
25
25
IAS
IAS
1%
1%
26
26
Substantiation Reports
Substantiation Reports
0.9%
0.9%
27
27
Computer Programs
Computer Programs
0.9%
0.9%
28
28
VBA
VBA
0.8%
0.8%
29
29
Dynamic Analysis
Dynamic Analysis
0.8%
0.8%
30
30
Abaqus
Abaqus
0.8%
0.8%
31
31
Heat Exchangers
Heat Exchangers
0.8%
0.8%
32
32
III
III
0.8%
0.8%
33
33
Nema
Nema
0.8%
0.8%
34
34
Composite Structures
Composite Structures
0.8%
0.8%
35
35
Primary Structure
Primary Structure
0.7%
0.7%
36
36
Design Changes
Design Changes
0.7%
0.7%
37
37
Autocad
Autocad
0.6%
0.6%
38
38
SRM
SRM
0.6%
0.6%
39
39
Certification Reports
Certification Reports
0.6%
0.6%
40
40
STC
STC
0.6%
0.6%
41
41
JSF
JSF
0.6%
0.6%
42
42
Line List
Line List
0.6%
0.6%
43
43
Hypermesh
Hypermesh
0.5%
0.5%
44
44
Critical Lines
Critical Lines
0.5%
0.5%
45
45
WRC
WRC
0.5%
0.5%
46
46
Isometric Drawings
Isometric Drawings
0.5%
0.5%
47
47
Autopipe
Autopipe
0.5%
0.5%

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