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Blue Origin said it carried out a successful test flight of a new version of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle Dec. 12. SpaceNews.com
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Tucked into the details of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act that President Trump signed into law Dec. 12 is a long overdue recognition of the first American astronauts who were lost in service to their country while practicing for a mission. SpaceNews.com
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Rocket Lab scrubbed a launch of its Electron small launch vehicle Dec. 11 after an abort just two seconds before liftoff. SpaceNews.com
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On the eve of the first launch of a reused Dragon capsule on a Falcon 9 with a reused first stage, both NASA and SpaceX said they were comfortable with the level of risk involved with the mission. SpaceNews.com
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President Donald Trump signed an order Dec. 11 formally directing NASA to send humans back to the moon, but provided no information on schedules or budgets for such an initiative. SpaceNews.com
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President Donald Trump is scheduled to sign his administration’s first space policy directive in a White House ceremony Dec. 11, one that may formally direct NASA to send humans back to the moon. SpaceNews.com
Sun, 10 Dec 2017 21:03:54 +0000
China Great Wall Industry Corp. launched Algeria’s first telecommunications satellite, Alcomsat-1, aboard a Long March 3B rocket at 11:40 a.m. Eastern to geostationary transfer orbit, the Algerian press agency APS said today. SpaceNews.com
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An airspace closure notice published by the Federal Aviation Administration Dec. 9 suggests Blue Origin is preparing to resume test flights of its New Shepard suborbital vehicle after a hiatus of more than a year. SpaceNews.com
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:21-05-2009
     Last Modified:22-06-2010 (10:48)
    Job information
     Current job:Student
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Own country
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services,
     KeywordsRecently completed Aerospace Engineering MEng course achieving a First Class Honours and currently looking for a graduate level job.
    CV

    Skills Profile:

    Project management: (Major group project)

    • Broke the task down into sections.
    • Assigned each section to different members of the group with respect to their individual skills and particular interests by communicating with each person.
    • Made a detailed plan taking into account the time taken for each task and deadlines.
    • Liaising with group at least once a week to monitor progress, discuss any problems faced and how each person can move forward.

     

    Technical engineering skills:

    • CAD systems: Experienced in using NX and Catia.
    • Engineering programs: Experienced in MATLAB, ANSYS, Fluent, Gambit and AAA.
    • Microsoft Office programs: Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

     

    Analytical and problem solving:

    • Ability to dissect a problem and immediately know how to tackle it - Gearbox project: converging solutions together to form a new better solution.
    • Used a logical and methodological approach to solving problems - Numerical modelling projects: breaking them down into smaller tasks and completing each respectively, making the overall task easier.
    • Speed and accuracy of numerate skills developed through teaching students.

     

    Interpersonal and teamwork:

    • Teamwork skills: Bringing a group together to discuss and solve a problem.
    • Communication skills: Able to explain concepts from teaching. Not afraid of asking someone appropriate for extra information in a problem - Major individual project.

     

    Education:                                                                                              Full clean UK driving licence

     

    2006 – 2010:                                       Brunel University Uxbridge.

    First Class Honours                          Aerospace Engineering MEng                    

     

    Key modules covered:

    • Strategic Management and Enterprise
    • Research Methodology and Innovation
    • Design and Analysis of Aircraft and Aerospace Vehicles
    • Advanced Aerodynamics, Advanced Propulsion Systems and Space Mechanics
    • Current Topics in Aerospace
    • Aircraft Structures, Stability and Control
    • Introduction to Aircraft Design, and Application of Numerical Modelling
    • Aircraft Airworthiness, Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
    • Major Individual and Major Group Projects

     

    2002 – 2006                                        Mellow Lane School Hillingdon

     

    A level (2005 – 2006): Maths B, Physics B, and Chemistry C.

    AS level (2004 – 2005): Biology C and Citizenship D.

    GCSE (2002 – 2004): 12 A-C including English (B), Maths (A), Triple Science (A).

     

    2000-2003                               BTEC Intermediate Award in Aviation Studies                   Level 2

     

    Modules covered:


    Basic aviation and navigation

    Aircraft handling

    Satellite communication

    Air navigation


    Project experience:

    Masters year Major Group Project: Helirotor Project

    Task: Vibrational analysis of NACA0012 aerofoil using numerical modelling and experimentation.

    • Chosen as project manager – Organising the project and the group.
    • Literature review – Reading into previous research material relevant to the task.
    • Multiple degree of freedom analytical analysis of the blade.
    • Detailed 3D Finite Element Analysis on the blade using ANSYS Workbench and Catia.

     

    3rd year Major Individual Project: Human Powered Helicopter

    Objective: identify problems faced and suggest alternative solutions.

    • An optimised concept design was produced based on other solutions, innovation and research.
    • Extensive research into aerodynamics, helicopter performance and human power.
    • Contacted past and present project teams around the world.
    • Performance calculations on existing designs and new solutions.
    • Time management: Detailed plan of project and a realistic timeframe for completion of tasks.

     

    3rd year Numerical modelling – Task: Use computational fluid dynamics and finite element analysis programs to analyse the flow and stresses in the respective problems.

    • Individual projects, in which the resulting grades were a 1st for both.
    • Required proficient usage of engineering programs, Fluent and Gambit for CFD, and ANSYS Classic for FEA.
    • Numerical models supported with background theory and hand calculations.

     

    2nd year Gearbox project - Task: Analyse and improve a current gearbox design.

    • Technical analysis of an existing design using relevant equations and theory.
    • Experience in the design process, including a concept design and using specific equations for gears and stresses.
    • Convergence of new solutions to a single improved design as a group.
    • Keeping in regular contact with piers to make sure everything is going according to plan.

     

    2nd year Silicon gun project - Task: Analyse and improve a current silicon gun design.

    • Innovative concept design, the original design was completely changed from a mechanical to an electrical solution.
    • Performance calculations performed for review of the original mechanical design and the new electrical design.
    • Concept design created using CAD systems.
    • Organised the group by making sure set tasks were completed on schedule.
    • Kept regular communication with piers in case of any problems encountered.

     

    Employment history:

    2005 – Present                                   Part-time maths personal tutor

    • GCSE syllabus and some A level on a one to one basis in a home environment.
    • Gained preparation and organisation skills in lesson planning.
    • Developed communication skills in presenting information and explaining basic concepts using analogies and examples.

     

    Additional skills, interests, and activities:

    • Air Training Corps 1999-2003. First piloted an aeroplane at 12 years old.
    • Selected for the drill squad three years in a row at the Air Training Corps.
    • Participate in chess and strategy games, which demonstrate problem solving skills and broad background knowledge of history.
    • Regularly solve Sudoku puzzles and Rubik’s cubes of various sizes.
    • Moderate to advanced skills in playing the drums.
    • Active interest in space and the universe from a young age.
    • Enjoy participating in sports and am a member of a local Virgin Active gym.

     

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