Aerospace Stress Analyst
Stratford, CT 06615
Aerospace and Defense Technical is hiring an Aerospace Stress Analyst
- The Airframe Structural Analysis Group is responsible for the structural integrity of the airframe fuselage, landing gear and propulsion installations and all other attachments to airframe fuselage, including electrical, controls and dynamic systems attachments.
- Responsibilities cover composite and conventional structures and extend from conceptualization on through development, manufacturing and field service support.
- Static structural analysis and Margin of Safety determination, fatigue and fracture mechanics analysis of critical interfaces, determination of airframe component replacement and / or retirement times, specification and design of airframe related static and fatigue tests, field support and formal engineering documentation.
- S.in M.E., A.E. or C.E., M.S. or M.E. preferred
- Minimum of 12 years’ experience in the functions described above.
- Strong familiarity with Finite Element Modeling of airframe structure for static and fatigue purposes.
- Excellent oral and written communication skills are required.
- NASTRAN/PATRAN or equivalent FEM, Catia, MS Office applications.
- Secret Clearance preferred.
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