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China launched the Shijian-21 satellite from Xichang late Saturday with the stated aim of testing space debris mitigation technologies. SpaceNews
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NASA officials said they’re now targeting no earlier than February for the Artemis 1 launch as the completed vehicle enters the final phase of launch preparations. SpaceNews
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The U.S. Space Force awarded L3Harris Technologies a $120.7 million contract to upgrade a ground-based communications jammer used to block adversaries’ satellite transmissions. SpaceNews
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China’s reported tests of a hypersonic orbital glide vehicle show notable advances in reusable space technology, an industry expert said. SpaceNews
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Space Adventures has dropped plans to fly space tourists on a high-altitude Crew Dragon flight but has not ruled out revisiting the mission concept in the future. SpaceNews
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SpaceX performed a static-fire test of a Starship vehicle Oct. 21 as debate continues about an environmental assessment of the company’s proposed launch operations in Texas. SpaceNews
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Nanoracks, its majority owner Voyager Space and Lockheed Martin, will collaborate on the development of a commercial space station as others in industry warn of a potential space station gap. SpaceNews
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The U.S. government’s indecision about how to manage the space debris problem is delaying private investments and efforts to develop space cleanup businesses, says a new white paper from the consulting firm Avascent. SpaceNews
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Intelsat CEO Stephen Spengler plans to retire after the satellite operator emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. SpaceNews
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York Space Systems is once again expanding manufacturing capacity to meet demand for its standard small satellites. SpaceNews
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Capella Space is working with the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Technical Center to satisfy Army demand for Earth observation with rapid tasking and delivery of synthetic-aperture radar data. SpaceNews
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South Korea’s KSLV-2 rocket reached its intended altitude in its maiden flight Oct. 21, but its third-stage engine shut down 46 seconds early, releasing its 1,500-kilogram dummy payload at less than orbital speed. SpaceNews
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NASA is beginning the process to procure more commercial crew flights as it looks to extend the International Space Station through the end of the decade, including the opportunity for new entrants to join the program. SpaceNews
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     Date Submitted:04-07-2012
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     Current job:Aerospace Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:within 3months
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsIntelligent and team-oriented Aerospace Engineer with a strong educational background and proven talent through numerous notable projects applying extensive mathematical, design and computer knowledge. Expertise with the interpretation of technical engine
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    AEROSPACE ENGINEER
     
    Aerospace | Mechanical | Automotive
     
    Intelligent and team-oriented Aerospace Engineer with a strong educational background and proven talent through numerous notable projects applying extensive mathematical, design and computer knowledge. Expertise with the interpretation of technical engineering specifics and flexible and pro-active support of flight engineering and operational procedures. Able to analyze and strategize from a group perspective and streamline solutions with clarity and enthusiasm.
     
    EDUCATION
     
    Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering | San Jose State University | San Jose, CA (GPA 3.2/4.0) – 2012
    Bachelor of Technology in Aerospace Engineering | Amrita Viswa Vidyapeetham | Coimbatore, India (GPA 6.8/10) – 2011
     
     
     
    CORE FOCUS
     
    * Computer Aided Design
    * Low Speed Aerodynamics
    * Fluid/Aerodynamics Concepts
    * Finite Element Concepts
    * Mechanical Design/Analysis
    * Solid Mechanics
    * Electric Aircraft Design
    * Finite Element Analysis
    Technology: CAD/ CFD/ Structural Analysis Software (PRO -E, SOLID WORKS, CATIA, GAMBIT/ FLUENT, ESI CFD, HYPERMESH/ABAQUS, MSC NASTRAN/PATRAN); Intermediate Certification in CATIA V5
     
     
    PROJECT EXPERIENCE
     
     
    Analysis of Ballistic Impact on Composite Plates
    Modeled a projectile and composite plate in HYPERMESH. Kevlar 29–epoxy and Kevlar 49–epoxy materials, 2-d shell elements were used for modeling. The edges of the plate were fixed. AK-47 bullet was used as the projectile. The steel bullet was modeled with 2-d solid elements and input with a projectile velocity of 700 m/s. The stress/failure analysis was performed on the composite plate at five different ply orientation angles using the ABAQUS solver
     
    Analysis of Ribs and Spars of an Aircraft Wing
    Ribs and spars of a two-seater general aviation aircraft were designed in CATIA and stress analysis was performed in MSC NASTRAN/PATRAN. The shape of the rib was based on an NACA 0012 airfoil. The rib structure was optimized; cut-outs and flanges were optimized based on the stress analysis results. An I-beam spar was used to provide concentration to key loading points and due to maximum bending resistance to weight ratio
     
    Design, Manufacture and Analysis of a Finite Wing
    A finite wing was constructed with wood out of an NACA 23018 airfoil with no sweep. Wind tunnel tests were performed on the wing at different angles of attack. The results were compared with the CFD results
     
    Design, Manufacture and Analysis of an Aircraft with Maximum Payload Capabilities 
    A model aircraft with maximum payload capabilities was designed and constructed using wood. A surface flow visualization was performed in a low speed wind tunnel with a flow speed of 30 m/s. Flow data was measured using pivot tubes that were set up throughout the surface of the model and compared with the CFD results obtained from GAMBIT/FLUENT 
     
    Sonic Boom Mitigation by Aircraft Nose Cone Modification
    The sonic boom intensities of five different axisymmetric aircraft nose geometries were studied through analytical method and CFD analysis. The nose geometry was modeled using SOLID WORKS. The CFD analysis was performed using ESI CFD to find geometries of lesser deflection angles producing a relatively lesser sonic boom
     
    CFD Analysis of Airflow within the Front Wheel Cavity of Automobiles
    2-d and 3-d flow analyses of front wheel cavity of a car were performed using GAMBIT/FLUENT with a rotating boundary condition specified for the wheel. Results indicated drag produced is proportional to the size of the cavity
     
    Design of a 4-Seat General Aviation Electric Aircraft
    Designed a 4-seat general aviation electric aircraft with a maximum range of 800 Km. The aircraft is powered by an electric power system that comprises of a battery driven electric motor-propeller system. The aircraft has a takeoff weight of 1750 kg, and a cruise speed of 200 km/hr
     
    Design of an Aerial Firefighting Vehicle
    Designed an aerial firefighting vehicle that will replace the fleet of aircraft currently in operation. It is a twin engine amphibious aircraft with a twin tail boom empennage that is designed to carry a payload of 12,500 lbs. This will enable the aircraft to carry 1,200 gallons of water or fire retardant
     
    CFD Analysis of a Subsonic Joined Wing Aircraft
    A joined wing aircraft was modeled in SOLID WORKS. The analysis was performed using ESI CFD in 3 stages; wing tips, wings and interaction between wing and fuselage. The results were obtained to verify increased aerodynamic performance, increased wing structure support, high maneuverability and STOL ability
     
    CAD Design & Analysis Projects – CATIA V5 
    * Harley Davidson wheel design
    * Motorized can crusher – Design, Motion Analysis and Optimization
    * Machine Gun – Design, Motion Analysis, FEA and Optimization

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