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     Date Submitted:13-04-2011
     Last Modified:18-04-2011 (08:23)
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     Current job:Fuel and combustion engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsWorked on gel propellant. And have experience on combustion studies of ATF
    CV

    Date of Birth    April 23nd, 1981

    Nationality        Indian

     

    Objective

    To work in an organization that provides a conducive growth environment fostering my professional career; and help me mature as an individual and as a team player. My purpose of engagement would be to apply my knowledge, skills & experience for mutual betterment.

     

    Job Experience

    Indian Institute of Technology            2008June 18- Dec 2009

    Senior Project associate

    Aerospace Department

     

     Project:  Experimental study of combustion of liquid fuel combustor using chemiluminescence sensor. (DRDO project)

    Responsibilities:

    •  Design and development of a novel chemiluminescence sensor system for combustion diagnostics
    • Calibration of chemiluminescence sensor using Bunsen burner CNG-Air premixed flame
    • Heat release rate and temperature of CNG premixed flame and the same in the practical liquid fueled combustors using ATF (Aviation turbine fuel)
    • Estimation of local equivalence ratio along the combustor
    • Identification of reaction zone
    • Characterization of the reaction zone in the combustor using chemiluminescence sensor
    • Flame stability and exhaust gas emission
    • Combustion study of  metalized and non-metallized liquid fuel (ATF)

    Instrumentation:

    • Handling Spectrometer for chemiluminescence study of flame and for further analysis
    • PMT(photo multiplier tube) for chemiluminescence study of flame and for futher analysis
    • Malvenspray Tech (for atomization and SMD study)
    • Thermocouple : Making of 50 micron thin wire thermocouples and its handling, in order to study the temperature of premixed flame without disturbing the reaction zone
    • Mass flow meter

     

     

    Scholastic Record: Professional

    • M.Tech (Fuels & Combustion), June 2008

    BIT, Mesra, Ranchi

    Scored:   8.66/ 10 (Standing First in the department)

     

    Project Work

    Title: Ignition & Combustion Studies of Gel Propellant

     

    Objective:

    • To study the ignition delay of gelled propellants using Pino’s Ignition Delay Tester under confined (No flow) condition to have a relative assessment of their ignitability
    • To investigate the effect of O/F ratio on ignition delay
    • To find out the minimum injection pressures necessary to initiate flow of gelled propellants at different metal loadings and are highly metallized gels pumpable.
    • Confirmation of gel mass flow at desired feed rate through an orifice of 1 mm dia
    • To evaluate the ignition and combustion temperatures of virgin, gelled and metallized fuels with RFNA oxidant
    • To study the combustion flame characteristics of different systems through a motion picture analysis and record flame temperatures using computer controlled data acquisition system.
    • M.Sc (Organic Chemistry)

    Guru Ghasidas University (C.G), July 2004

    Scored:  65% (Topper in my College).

     

    Scholastic Record: General

    • Bachelors of Science
    • Sri Sathya Sai Intitute of Higher Learning, Anantapur, (A.P), July 2002

    Scored:   4.37/5

    • 12th (Higher Secondary examination)

    Balco Township School, (M.P), in First Division with 71% marks.

    • 10th (Secondary Examination)

    Nirmala Eng. Medium Higher Sec.School, (M.P), in First Division with 72% marks.

     

    Computer Proficiency

    • Microsoft Windows (9x, XP, Vista)
    • Working knowledge in Ms Office (Ms Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook Express).
    • Designing Tools: Auto CAD,  Origin

    Achievements

    • Participated in the following events for National students research convention (Anveshan: Students  Research Convention, East Zone) held under the aegis of Association Of Indian Universities, New Delhi & BIT, Mesra, on topic “ Gel Propellant “
    • Paper Presentation
    • Poster presentation
    • Topper in my College for Masters Degree
    • Highest score in M.Tech program

    Conference

    • B.V.S.Jyoti and Mohan Varma, “Ignition and Combustion studies of Gel Propellant”, 22nd National Conference On Aerospace Engineering,BIT, Mesra, India, November 2008.
    • B.V.S.Jyoti, M. Muralidhar and D.P.Mishra, “Structured study of premixed Compressed Natural Gas-air flames using chemiluminescence sensor”, 7th Asia pacific International conference on Combustion, Taiwan, May 24-27, 2009.

     

    Extra Curricular Activities

    • Participated in National students research convention
    • Won Champion ship in Sports at School level

    EDUCATIONAL and CAREER GOALS

    I planed to do PhD program so that I can get a stage to develop a career in the field of ‘Eco friendly Fuels’. My purpose of engagement would be to apply my knowledge, skills & experience for healthy environment for all of us to live.

     

    References

    • Dr. Mohan Varma

          Space Engineering Rocketry Department, BIT,Mesra, India

    Email – mohanvarma(at)bitmesra.ac.in

    • Dr. A.K.Chatterjee

          Space Engineering and Rocketry Department, BIT,Mesra

          Email - akchatterjee(at)bitmesra.ac.in

    • Dr. D.P.Mishra, Combustion Lab.

          Aerospace Department, Indian Institute of technology Kanpur

    Email - mishra(at)iitk.ac.in

                                                                                                 


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