Resume/Curriculum Vitae

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DER - Independent Consultant:

2015

Volt Technical Services, Federal Way, WA USA:

Perform analyses for Boeing via contract with Volt. Worked on the 777-8 & -9 CPCS Analyses.

2012-2013

Volt Technical Services, Federal Way, WA USA:

Perform analyses for Boeing via contract with Volt. Worked on the 787-9 CPCS/OFV.

2011-2013

Pilatus Aircraft, Switzerland:

Performing analyses (sporadically) to FARs 23 & 25 on the PC-24 aircraft.

2009

Gates and Company UK:

Perform analyses & determine cause of Helios Airways Accident – Discontinued October 2009

2007-2013

Volt Technical Services, Federal Way, WA USA:

Perform analyses for Boeing via contract with Volt. Worked on the 747-8I & -8F and also the 787-9 CPCS.

2006-2007 (inactive)

Singapore Tech Mobile Aerospace Engineering, Mobile, AL USA:

Performing duties as Engineer/DER on 757-200 CPCS for Passenger to Freighter Conversion

2005-present (inactive)

New Flight Corporation, Denver, CO USA:
Performing duties as Engineer/DER on Fokker F50 CPCS for Passenger to Freighter Conversion

2004-2006

Nord-Micro, Frankfurt, Germany:

Performing duties as Engineer/DER on Boeing 787 DreamLiner CPCS

2004-2005 (inactive)

Aerospace Consulting & Engineering, Everett, WA USA:
Performing cabin pressurization certification of conversion of 747-400C to a freighter configuration

2004 (summer)

The Boeing Company, Everett, WA USA:
747 Classic and 747-400 cabin pressurization description to support AMOC to AD2004-07-22, Supplemental Structural Inspection Program Threshold, for ANA & JAL

1999-2002

Bell Helicopter Textron Inc., Fort Worth, TX USA:

Performing cabin pressurization certification duties on the Bell-Agusta BA609 tilt-rotor helicopter per FAR Part 25.

1997

Structural Integrity Engineering (SIE), Chatsworth, CA USA:

Performed decompression analyses on 727-100/-200 conversions to freighter configuration per FAR Part 25

1996-1997

Flight Structures, Inc. (FSI), Arlington, WA USA:

Performed cabin pressurization analyses and design and procurement definition of a revised Cabin Pressure Control System (CPCS) for conversion of A300B4 aircraft to a freighter configuration. Consulted with FAA on certification issues, and performed DER duties leading to certification of this CPCS on the A300B4 per FAR Part 25.

 

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Boeing Engineer:

Retired 31 July 2003

1967 to 2003: The Boeing Company, Seattle, WA, USA

1993 to 2003 as ECS Cabin Pressure Resource, DER, DAS Staff and Lead Engineer

Mentor to six employees to train in all aspects of Cabin Pressurization.

Boeing Company resident expert on Cabin Pressure Control systems - hence nickname "Mr. Cabin Pressure".
Consultant to ARAC MSHWG on revision to FAR 25.841(a) due to the effects of Amendment 25-87.
Perform detailed design, analyses, procurement, functional test, and certification duties per FAR Part 25 on the following Boeing aircraft:
- 737 “Classic” and 737NG
- 747 "Classic", 747-400 and 747-400F Airborne Laser
- 757 and 767 (all models)
- 777 (all models)
- BB-609 and V-22 helicopters (with Boeing Philadelphia)
- International Space Station (with Boeing Huntsville)
DAS Staff for TS&M on767AWACS, 747-400ABL, and 757-200SF


Also, ensure complete aircraft pressurization integrity by being involved in the design process for all sub-systems that penetrate the pressure hull, such as:
- forward overboard ventilation
- forward cargo air conditioning
- E/E Cooling overboard flow
- passenger smoking ventilation areas, and
- in-flight entertainment (IFE) system cooling

1982-1993

Lead Engineer performing detailed design, analyses, procurement and functional test duties applicable to CPCS and Electronic Equipment Cooling on the following Boeing aircraft:
- 747 "Classic", 747-400, 757 and 767

1978-1982

Lead Engineer responsible for the installation of the Electronic Equipment Cooling System on the 767-200/-300

1971-1978

Engineer installing Air Conditioning sub-systems on the following aircraft:
- 707, 727, 737, 747
- DH Dash 7, Toronto, Canada (1973)
- 747 Command Post at E-Systems, Greenville, TX (1976)

1967-1971

Engineer installing Air Conditioning sub-systems and Electrical Systems on the following aircraft:
- 747 and Model 3707 supersonic transport

 

de Havilland Aircraft Apprentice & Engineer:

1960-1967: de Havilland Aircraft Company, Hatfield, UK

1965-1967

Engineer installing Air Conditioning sub-systems on the following aircraft:

- DH106 Comet
- DH121 Trident
- HS601 Nimrod
- DH125 Executive jet

1960-1967

Studied, as an Engineering Apprentice, all aspects of aircraft design and construction at the DH facilities at Hatfield, UK:
- metal working, drilling, machining, hammer forming, tubing, redux bonding, wing/body join etc.

Also, worked on DH's "man-powered" aircraft the "Puffin"

 

University:

1961-1964: Southampton University, Southampton, UK

1961-1964

Obtained BSc in Aero-Mechanical Engineering

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