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As an innovative and creative engineer I’ve always strived for the quality and communication that others have come to expect from anyone with an extensive international background. I enjoy all sorts of challenges and always try to improve and learn, especially from projects with complex problems.
SVENDSEN, Jussi Richart Foltmar
Violvænget 3, DK-4261, Dalmose, Denmark
Mobile: +45 27297571
January 29th 1985
From August 2013 till present
Invention of the SIGMA Compact balancing valve along with other patented valves for HVAC systems. Cost optimization of valve housings. Flow optimization of OPTIMA Compact valves. Design, 3D CAD and blueprints with detailed tolerances, hydraulic and vibration calculations, prototype manufacturing and testing, economical walkthrough of various projects, setup of the production line, manufacturing of pilot batches.
From February 2011 till May 2013
AVN Hydraulik A/S
Sales and purchase of components for industrial hydraulic units. Design, assembly, and problem solving on hydraulic units. Technical diagrams (AutoCAD), drawings (Inventor and Solid Edge) and documentation.Customer and supplier relations.
From October 2009 till May 2010
Mechanical Engineering Thesis
F.Poulsen Engineering ApS
Independent mechanical solution for automatic weeding machinery for organic farming to avoid using pesticides. The thesis also included the economy behind the solution as well as technical drawings and documentation.
From February 2009 till July 2009
Novo Nordisk A/S
Part of the Technical Production Department in Hillerød, which included troubleshooting and problem solving of the production line of quality products. cLEAN, cGMP, Six Sigma, etc. I was also involved in the economy of the departments manufacturing machinery.
From 2004 till 2010
Bachelor in Mechanical Engineering
Focus on CAD drawing (Solidworks, ProEngineering, AutoCAD), product design and optimization, hydraulics, machine elements, economics
From 2006 till 2007
The University of Edinburgh
Focus on mathematics, informatics, dynamics, thermodynamics, and fluid mechanics