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     Date Submitted:19-07-2011
     Last Modified:24-07-2011 (03:18)
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     Current job:MS Aerospace Engineering
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within a month
     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsAutoCAD, SolidWorks, Pro/ENGINEER, CATIA, ANSYS, GD&T, MATLAB, C, HTML, XHTML, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project, Unmanned air systems, micro air vehicles, ornithopters, fluid dynamics, flight dynamics
    CV

    OBJECTIVE:

    Seeking a full-time professional position as a design/analysis engineer within an aerospace or a mechanical engineering firm to utilize my technical skills

    EDUCATION:

    ·         Master of Science: Major – Aerospace Engineering                                                     Aug ’08 - May ‘11

    Universityof Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA

    Specialization: Fluids and Dynamics

            Thesis: Kinematics Measurements on Flapping-Wing Micro Air Vehicles        

     

    ·         Bachelor of Engineering: Major – Mechanical Engineering                                         June ’04 - Apr ‘08

    Vidyavardhini’s College of Engineering & Technology

    Universityof Mumbai, Thane

     

    RESEARCH AND PROJECTS:

    ·         Universityof Arizona, Tucson, AZ:                                                                                       Aug ’08 - May ‘11

    1. Conceptual design of supersonic passenger airliner                   
    2. Design of contraction section, test section and diffuser of a closed-loop low-speed wind tunnel
    3. Analysis of data obtained in REEF from High Speed Videography of 25 cm flapping wing micro air vehicle (FWMAV) to determine its wing kinematics, deformations and body attitude
    4. Determination of wing kinematics and deformations of a 74 cm ornithopter using a motion capture system named Vicon Nexus having 8 infrared cameras
    5. Performed tests to collect meteorological data using weather sensors on flying wings (Zaggis) in association with United States Border Patrol

     
    ·         Wright-Patterson Air Force Research Lab (AFRL), Dayton, OH:                                                  Jan ‘11

    6.     Determination of wing kinematics and deformations of a 15, 25 and 74 cm FWMAV during leveled flight using a motion capture system named Vicon Nexus having 60 infrared cameras

      
    ·         Research and Engineering Education Facility, Eglin Air Force Base, Shalimar, FL:       June ’09 - July ‘09


    7.     Conducted High Speed Videography of flat and cambered wings of a 25 cm ornithopter to study the structural deformations in the wing

    8.     Performed Particle Image Velocimetry on the flat and cambered wing of a 25 cm ornithopter in a wind tunnel to study the aerodynamics behind the wing


    ·         Vidyavardhini’s college of Engineering and Technology , Mumbai University:      Aug ’07 - May ‘08


    9.     Designed a system model aimed to reduce the concentration of particulate matter released from agro-based industries


    CONFERENCE AND JOURNAL PAPERS:

    ·         Shkarayev S., Maniar G. and Shekhovtsov A.V., “Experimental and Computational Modeling of Membrane Flapping Wings Kinematics and Aerodynamics”

    ·         Maniar G., Randall R., Shkarayev S., Goff Z. and Beran P., “Kinematics of free-flight Ornithopters”

     

    TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

    Universityof Arizona:

    1. NATS 102 - Aeronautics                                                                                                       Jan ’09 - May ‘11
    2. AME 422 - Aerospace Engineer Design                                                                            Jan ’10 - May ‘10
    3. AME 401 - Senior Aerospace Lab                                                                                      Jan ’10 - May ‘10

     

    HONORS AND AWARDS:

    ·         Awarded Graduate Tuition Scholarship and Graduate Registration Scholarship for 2009, 2010 and 2011 from University of Arizona

    ·         Awarded for academic excellence in Third year Mechanical Engineering from Vidyavardhini’s College of Engineering and Technology

     

    COMPUTER SKILLS:

    AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Pro/ENGINEER, CATIA, ANSYS, GD&T, MATLAB, C, HTML, XHTML, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Project

     

    OTHER ACTIVITIES:

    ·         Member of Placement and Training Committee (PAT) from 2005-2008

    ·         Managed the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory in 2009 and 2010.

    ·         Participated in technical events like Junkyard wars, Robotics and Torpedo from 2004 – 2008.

     

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