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Mr. Gary R. Bisson

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Vice President and Mechanical Ana...

Sigmadyne Inc
803 West Ave Ste 311
Rochester , New York 14611
United States

Company Description: Established in 1999, Sigmadyne, Inc. specializes in opto-mechanical finite element analysis of precision optical systems subjected to static, dynamic, or thermal...   more
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sigmadyne.com, 1 Sept 2014 [cached]
Gary R. Bisson
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Mr. Bisson has 31 years of industrial experience in the application of CAE techniques to efficient, high performance optical structures. His special areas of expertise are the application of finite element methods for deflection, stress, vibration, and buckling analysis of precision optical structures and the use of automated optimum design techniques to improve structural performance. Mr. Bisson is currently a Vice President and Mechanical Analyst at Sigmadyne, Inc., an engineering consulting firm specializing in structural analysis and optimization.
Since joining Sigmadyne, Mr. Bisson has applied finite element techniques on a wide variety of engineering applications predominately in support of the NASA James Webb Space Telescope. These activities include the design and development of the composite backplane and secondary mirror support structures. His analyses include the development of multiple techniques to evaluate the effects of composite material property variability on the optical performance of the telescope at cryogenic temperatures. Additional, Mr. Bisson continues to serve as the overall analysis lead for the design of the secondary mirror support systems. This includes all system level performance modeling, stress & vibration analysis and component load recovery.
Before joining Sigmadyne, Inc. Mr. Bisson was a Technical Associate at ITT Space Systems Division with the specific responsibility of lead engineering-analyst on the NASA's James Webb Space Telescope program, coordinating all mechanical modeling including both structural and thermal. Prior to his assignment on the JWST program, Mr. Bisson worked on numerous other telescopes programs for both NASA and other customers. Early in the NASA Chandra X-Ray Observatory, he developed a mirror-mounting concept that met both optical precision requirements and provided adequate stress margins due to launch loads.
He has also been employed at Eastman Kodak Company and the MacNeal Schwendler Corporation as a mechanical engineering analyst. He has extensive experience in the application of both linear and non-linear finite element analysis as well as both test and analysis expertise in linear dynamics.
Sigmadyne - Gary Bisson
www.sigmadyne.com, 2 Dec 2013 [cached]
Gary has worked in the field of computer aided engineering for 20 years. His engineering skills are highlighted by his expertise in the application of finite element analysis. Gary is currently a vice-president and mechanical engineering analyst with Sigmadyne.
Since joining Sigmadyne, Gary has applied finite element techniques on a wide variety of engineering applications. He is currently supporting the design and development of the composite backplane structure for the NASA James Webb Space Telescope. His analyses are focused on evaluating the effects of both thermal load and composite material growth on the telescope imaging performance.
Before joining Sigmadyne, Inc. Gary has worked as a mechanical engineering analyst at ITT Space Systems Division, Eastman Kodak Company and the MacNeal Schwendler Corporation. He has extensive experience in the application of both linear and non-linear finite element analysis as well as both test and analysis expertise in linear dynamics. While at ITT Space Systems Division, Gary was the lead engineering-analyst on the NASA's James Webb Space Telescope program, coordinating all mechanical modeling including both structural and thermal.
At ITT and Eastman Kodak, Gary has worked on numerous other telescope programs for both NASA and other customers. Early in the NASA Chandra X-Ray Obersvatory , he developed a mirror-mounting concept that met both optical precision requirements and provided adequate stress margins due to launch loads.
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Beta Y. Ni, Gary R. Bisson, Andy H. Tsou, "Microindentation on Gelatin Films With a Spherical Indenter -- A Viscoelastic Analysis", Symposium Proceedings, Material Research Society, 1993.
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Lawrence A. Barnes, Philip F. Marino, Gary R. Bisson, "Actuator Which Compensates for Compact Disk Tilt Errors", U.S Serial No. 08/696.763, Filed 14 August 1996.
Sigmadyne - Contact
www.sigmadyne.com, 19 June 2008 [cached]
Gary R. Bisson Phone:(585) 235-8914
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