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    Personal information
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    Candidate Profile
     Date Submitted:19-08-2011
     Last Modified:23-11-2011 (07:21)
    Job information
     Current job:Post Graduate in Space Engineering & Rocketry (Rocket Propulsion)
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:, , Launch Systems, Space Tourism
     KeywordsSolid Modeling using PRO ENGINEER Basic Operations in CNC Machine using FANUC Basics of material analysis using ANSYS
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    Career Objectives

    A position in the company where, I can offer my maximum personal contribution to achieve the organizational goals and objective with complete sincerity and to the best of my ability.

     

    Educational Qualifications

    >M.E. in Space Engineering & Rocketry (Rocket Propulsion) from B.I.T., Mesra, Ranchi (2011) with 71% aggregate.

    >B.E. in Mechanical and Production Engineering (2009), from SathyabamaUniversity, Chennai, with 65% aggregate.

    >12th: AISSCE from CBSE Board with 65% aggregate.

    >10th: AISSE from CBSE board with 60% aggregate.

     

    Skill Profile

    >Technical Skills

       ·Solid Modeling using PRO ENGINEER

       ·Basic Operations in CNC Machine using FANUC

       ·Basics of material analysis using ANSYS

    >Computer Skills

       ·Designing website using Ms FrontPage

       ·Software-hardware interfacing in Windows XP,2000,NT

       ·Composing & Editing music using various softwares

       ·Basic Operations using Visual Basic 6.0 & Oracle 8i

       ·Ms Office, Basic C, Basic C++

     

    Project Profile (B.E.)

    Navigation of a surveillance Robot in a structured environment Tele-operated through Internet.

    CVRDE, DRDO (Defence Research and Development Organization), AVADI

    Abstract:- My method aims at using the remote desktop connection for transferring the commands from the remote client operator to the robot’s control desk through a server which eliminates the need for costly equipments, complicated software’s and also consumes only a low bandwidth which is an added advantage. And moreover, it provides security and eliminates the tedious process of IP address identification and verification used in the conventional methods of Tele-operation through internet. The main improvement that I would like to highlight is eliminating the need for installing client side software’s, since the whole process can be done using the remote desktop connection, through which the operator has real-time access to the robot.

    Today, many robotic applications demand Tele-operation. The current methods are mainly developed around wireless protocols which involve high cost equipments and can transmit only through a limited distance or by using complex software’s in the client end which consumes large chunk of bandwidth. The security concern of the process also becomes a huge question mark in these methods.

    So, in order to eliminate the installation of software in the client end and to avoid the direct connection of the clients, we need a server in between as some sort of a meeting and communicating point from where the operator and the robot can put and get the data. Thus an indigenous tank like mechanism robot was built which could rotate on its CG and could communicate with the user.

     

    Project Profile (M.E.)

    Liquid Droplet Combustion

    Abstract:- The liquid rocket engines have been used as primary propulsion system for most space launch vehicles and ballistic missiles. Liquid rocket engines enable a wide range of space lift capabilities from small to large payloads. Many satellites, spacecraft’s and upper stages also use smaller liquid rocket engines, typically called thrusters, for orbit maneuvering or reaction control. Today, continued improvements in performance, reliability, operability and cost are sought through various research and development efforts.

    The combustion of liquid propellant is a complex process. Within the combustion chamber, the bulk propellant disintegrating in fine droplet, mix, ignite and combusts producing high temperature gases which are ejected through the nozzle to achieve the propulsive force. There are certain physico - chemical reactions besides high energetics which determine the use of liquid chemicals as a propellant. Ignition and process involved during ignition is one of such parameters which require attention while selecting the propellant ingredients.

    In the present investigation, an attempt has been made to study the ignition and behavior during the ignition of aniline, furfuryl alcohol and a mixture of these two. Hot plate method was used to ignite the fuel drops of varying size and highspeed photographic method was used to capture the events happening during the combustion. Attempt has been made to analyze the results obtained during the investigation. It is concluded that furthermore elaborate investigations are required before forwarding some concrete conclusions.

     

    Achievements

       ·Theatre work at NSD, Delhi.

       ·Gold Medalist in Inter School CHESS competition (2005).

       ·Overall Sports Winner Captain of the School Sports Team (2005).

       ·Participated in Inter School events and won many prizes.

       ·Directed a short movie called “Highway”.

       ·First prize in photographic competition in BIT Mesra(2011).

     

    Leisure Interest

       ·Photography, Lawn Tennis, Chess, Movie-Making & Music.

     

    Personal Information

    Nationality                    : Indian

    Date Of Birth                : 19 October 1985

    Languages Known         :  English, Hindi, Malayalam and Tamil

     

    Declaration

    I, hereby declare that the above information furnished by me is true to the best of my knowledge.


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