As a contract mechanical and stress engineer, I worked for Boeing company for twelve years and during this time was involved in all stages of creating new wide-body aircrafts, from concept study to first flight and subsequent repairs.
Boeing 787 "Dreamliner"
Have work experience with each airplane of this family (787-8/ 9/ 10) and with most elements of primary & secondary structure (regular fuselage zones, door cutouts, floors, bulkheads, cargo barriers, ...) and systems (ECS, ICS, PECS, waste water, landing gear, nacelle, ...). The tasks included FEM and 'hand' stress analysis of the composite parts, honeycomb panels, parts from titanium and aluminum alloys, combined splices, creating the stress templates and SCN documents in accordance with FAA requirements and Boeing standards. For the last two years worked in Customer Support and was responsible for repairs of the fuselage structure after significant damages in service (not covered by SRM).
Boeing 777-9
Responsible for strength of the Section 46 door cutouts reinforcement, the tasks included static and fatigue analysis of aluminum parts, joints, splices. Also leaded a team of engineers during all project stages and communicated with stakeholders (the leads of structure, systems, payloads and other) to implement the necessary design changes.
Boeing 737-800BCF
Convertation (passenger to cargo), performed keelbeam structural analysis (static & fatigue).

Fatigue Analysis / Static Analysis / Composite Analysis / Finite Element Analysis / Hand Analysis / Nastran / 3D Modeling / Drawings