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     Date Submitted:27-03-2012
     Last Modified:02-04-2013 (12:52)
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     Current job:PhD research engineer
     Employment Term:Temp/Contract
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services, Space Tourism
     KeywordsPhD, Master ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE, aerospace engineer, aerothermodynamics, propulsion, aeroelasticity FSI, physcis, plasma. Numerical and experimental analysis, CFD
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    (PhD in Physics, Master d'Ecole Polytechnique, dipl.ing. aerospace)

    PROFESSIONAL INTERESTS: Job positions in R&D or research in aerospace field; availability: end of April

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE                                                                                                                

    2009 – 2013            CNES & CNRS Institute of Combustion Aerothermodynamics Reactivity & Env.

    (PhD researcher)[2], [3], [4], [5]. [6], [7]

    ►    Complete planning and management of the research project in the framework of CNES Perseus program.
    ►    Evaluation of the investigation axes, design of the models; Design & production of elements, installation of wind-tunnel and diagnostic tools. Leading and performing experiments.
    ►    Numerical modelling, grid design, preprocessing CPS_C case, extracting, translating postprocessing analysis. 
    ►    Investigation from the fundamental problem to the real in-flight analysis and applicability. Resolving bounded supersonic cross-flows, shock interaction field, pressures, skin friction, all exerted forces and combustion chemical kinetics.

     
    2009                         CNRS-ICARE / CNES ( 6 months intern)

    ►    Fluidic thrust vectoring of the conical C-D nozzle
    ►    Experiment installation and setup, bi-color Toepler’ Z-Schlieren installation.
    ►    3D CFD approach comprising of: meshing, preprocessing, FLUENT numerical simulations, Matlab analysis.

    2008                         ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE / ONERA [1] (3 months student project)

    ►    FSS and RSS (free and restricted shock separation) and cap-shock pattern of the ONERA' TOC launcher nozzle.
    ►    Preprocessing and performing elsA CFD simulations. Postprocessing, RSS stability analysis in Matlab
          

    2006-2007              Aeronautical institute et Mechanical Engineering, Belgrade U. (eng. assistant)

    ►    Complete CATIA design of the plan-tapered wing of UTVA aircraft prototype with mechanization.
    ►    CATIA design and ANSYS DYNA structure analysis of the ultra-light helicopter landing gear.

    EDUCATION                                                                                                                                   

    2013                        Doctoral School of Science&Technology of University of Orleans  

    ♦    PhD in Physics, sub. fluid mechanics and energetics, spec. aerothermodynamics.
    ♦    Defense on 12/04/2013

    2009                        ECOLE POLYTECHNIQUE

    ♦    Master of Science in Fluid Mechanics and Energetics

    2007                        Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, University of Belgrade

    ♦    dipl. engineer in mechanical & aerospace engineering (5 years degree)
    ♦    Major: Aeronautical Engineering
    ♦    diploma dissertation: Fluid-Structure Interactions of the plan-tapered aircraft wing model.

    COMPETENCE & LANGUAGES                                                                                                                

    Aerospace engineering, aerothermodynamics, propulsion, fluid mechanics, stability/control, fluid-structure interactions, physics, plasmas.

    CFD:                •    RANS, uRANS – standard & RNG k-ε, k-ω, k-ω2
                           •    LES, DES – trainee
                            Codes: elsA, CPS_C, FLUENT, Open FOAM      

    Analysis:         Tecplot, Paraview, Matlab, Scilab

    Structural:       Modal analysis, deflection, stability. Software: ANSYS, NASTRAN/PATRAN

    CAD/CAM:       CATIA V5, Solid Works, Autodesk Inventor

    Coding:           FORTRAN – average | LabVIEW G-coding – high
                          C, Python  – basic level

    Languages:   English – full professional /scientific (TOEFL 613/640, GRE Math 790/800  in 2005)
                       Français – intermediate | Russian – advanced | Serbo-Croatian – mother tongue

    ACADEMIC HONORS                                                                                                                              

    2012                UN/IAF grant and award at 63rd IAC, Industry group
    2012                AIAA Aerodynamics workshop, Atlanta, USA
    2010                Plasma physics summer school, Bad Honnef, Germany
    2009                EADS, Dassault, Snecma - Aerospace Challenge; Study of the principal propulsion system of the orbital vehicle.

    DOCTORAL THESIS                                                                                                                               

    Subject:          Secondary injection fluidic thrust vectoring of an axisymmetric supersonic nozzle

    Jury:              A. Chpoun (dir.), I. Gokalp, K. Kontis, P. Bauer, D. Zeitoun, L. Leger, D. Davidenko, S. Palerm

    PUBLICATIONS                                                                                                                                      

    [1]                 V. Zmijanovic, A. Chpoun, B. Rasuo. Flow separation modes and side phenomena in an overexpanded nozzle.FME Transactions, 40(3): 111–118, 2009.

    [2]                 M. Sellam, A. Chpoun, V. Zmijanovic, and V. Lago. Fluidic thrust vectoring of an axisymmetric nozzle: An analytical model.Int. J. Aerodynamics, (2): 193–209, 2012.

    [3]                V. Zmijanovic et al. Thrust vectoring effects of a transverse gas injection into a supersonic cross flow of an axisymmetric convergent divergent nozzle, Progress in Propulsion Physics, vol.4., 227–256, EDP Sciences, 2013.

    [4]               V. Zmijanovic et al. Shock vector control of an axisymmetric conical C-D nozzle via secondary transverse gas injection. J. Shock Waves, 23(3), 2013.

    [5]               V. Zmijanovic et al.,  J. Physics of Fluids & J. Propulsion and Power (in preparation)

    [6]               AIAA-2012-3874 V.Zmijanovic et al. Experimental and Numerical Study of Transverse Gas Injection into a Propulsive Axisymmetric C-D Nozzle.

    [7]              AIAA-2012-5932 V.Zmijanovic et al. Effects of the Inlet Gases Thermodynamic Properties on FTV Supersonic Nozzle.


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