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     Date Submitted:30-07-2012
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    OBJECTIVE

     

    Teaching  a variety scientific and engineering  subjects: University  undergraduate and graduate  courses, community college  science courses and High School Science. Promotion of Sustainable renewable energy concepts, particularly Enhanced Geothermal Systems.

     

    SUMMARY

     

    Scholar, Research Scientist and Engineer highly adept at solving complex technical  problems.  Extensive  R&D and  practicing  engineering  experience (10 years in Russia and 23 years in the USA) in the areas of aerospace, energy and   thermal  sciences..   Skilled  in multidisciplinary environment, methodology  introduction from  approach to application. Fluent in English,  Russian and  Ukrainian.

     

     

    EDUCATION AND PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATIONS

     

    PhD, Physical Chemistry/Molecular Physics, Kiev Polytechnic Institute ( currently National Technical University, Ukraine) /Kiev  State University, Certified by  Central   State Science  Certification Committee .Thesis  “Theoretical And Experimental Study Of The  Two- Phase Region”.

    M.S. Thermal Engineering/Nuclear Power Plants Engineering ( with honors)- Kiev Polytechnic Institute. Diploma  Project  “Nuclear Power Plant”.

    Professional Engineer, Mechanical Engineering, State of Ohio, E-62252.

    Certified Energy Manager, Association of Energy Engineers

     

     

    SKILLS/EXPERTISE

       

    Engineering Thermodynamics: First and Second Law analysis, Thermoeconomics.      Finite- time Thermodynamics,  Heat Transfer, Aerospace Propulsion

     

    Advanced Energy Studies: Power Cycles, Heat Pumps, Stirilng Machines, Energy Analysis         

     

    Physical Chemistry: Properties of Substances, Equations of State Multicomponent equilibrium

    Approaches: Design of Experiments, Analytical Hierarchy, FMEA, Optimization, CFD

    Simulation tools: Vissim, Supertrapp, Advanced Excel packages,, Exsys, SuperSmith

     

    TEACHING EXPERIENCE

     

    •     Adjunct- Professor with the University of Hartford

     

    ·         Taught Russian language course to the UTRC employees (2 years)

    ·         Mentored  graduate students on a regular basis in the Institute of Thermal Physics, Russia

    ·         Taught Physics and Mathematics in the Ohio University, College of Education, Upward Bound Training program. Awarded an Appreciation Certificate and Students’ Award

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    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

     

    UTC- Pratt & Whitney, East  Hartford, CT                             1995-2012

    Primary product- commercial and military aerospace engines

     

    Technology Lead (Modeling), Competitive Assessment Group   2008-2012

    Led and managed series of the competitive technology studies. Developed   and promoted Technology forecasting and insertion methodologies. Built an expert system for the subjective uncertainty  introduction   into forecasting process.  Efforts resulted in the strategic recommendations   in the in-house proposal developments.

     

    Variability and Reliability Lead,  Engine Signature                      2001-2008

    Led the development of the new discipline-Reliability and Variability for  special  signature  projects. Conducted numerous studies resulting in the satisfying the government’s requirements in the area of the  aircraft  engine signature.

     

                 Heat  Management Systems Lead (Supervisor)                             2000-2001

    Led a team of  engineers in support of military and commercial heat management systems design. Supported   Integrated  Product teams in  mechanical systems of the operational engines and new designs. The team was commended several times by internal and external customers.

     

    Technical Lead-Fuel Supply System Development                        1999-2000

    Propulsion Systems Analysis, Florida division

    Led  the development of the fuel supply  cycles for the Hypersonic vehicles.  Developed and presented the unique fuel system for   the  Trailblazer NASA project (combined cycle space vehicle for  human  space flight with return). The project earned   high marks from the  NASA Glenn customer.

     

                Lead Aerothermal Engineer                                                            1996-1999

    JSF program, Florida division

    Supervised a  group of 12 engineers  in the Concept Development Aircraft  effort of  the future F135  engine nozzles (both Boeing and Lockheed concepts)- aerothermal design and testing. The group’s activity exceeded   customer’s expectations, particularly in the  area of Boeing project where a special aerothermal review was conducted by the government with perfect results.

     

                Project Engineer , Lead Translator and  IPT Co- Lead               1995-1996

                Space Propulsion, Florida division

    Co- chaired the Integrated Product team on the Rocket- to Engine Heat Exchanger for the RD-180 US- Russian space program.  In support of the program recreated and translated  testing instructions for the historical successful testing of the Russian RD-120 space engine on the US soil. P&W received a contract to support  the RD-180 program which engines currently power the Atlas vehicles.

     

                UTC Research Center, East Hartford, CT                                     1991-1995

    Associate Research Engineer, Chemical Systems

    Conducted R&D in the area of   HVAC. .Developed the methodology  for using  refrigerant mixtures  in the HVAC systems. Results were  utilized  in the  design process  for the new HVACs without CFCs.  Introduced and guided the  development of the design  software for Stirling Machines.   

     

    Sunpower Inc, Athens, Ohio                                                            1989-1991

                 Primary product- Free- Piston Stirling Engine

    Project Engineer

    Performed an analysis of the Free- Piston Stirling Machines. Upgraded the main company code. Developed a simulation kit  for  the 6-watt demonstration machine to be sold to the interested customers.

     

    PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

     

    ASME, EWB (Engineers Without  Borders), Association of Energy Engineer

     

    PATENTS

     

    Hydraulic Engine-  Russia, 1989

     

     SOCIAL OCCUPATIONS

     

    Fiction writer ( graduate from Breaking Into Print Course by Long Ridge Writing School, CT), United States Chess Federation  member

     

    MAIN PUBLICATIONS

     

    English:

     

    1.Mark Labinov. Retrograde Condensation As a Future Technology Base.

    Proceedings of the ES2009, ASME Energy Sustainability Conference, San- Francisco, July 19-23, 2009, paper #ES2009-90117

    2.Probabilistic Approach to Exhaust-System IR Signature Predictions

    Mark Labinov, George Christoph,  David Azevedo, HAVE Forum, Ft. Walton Beach, FL, 2007

    3.George Christoph, Mark Labinov, Peter Giannola.

    IR Suppression for Large Transports. HAVE forum, Boston, 2004

    4. Mark. S. Labinov, Carl T. Sgamboti, "A novel vapor-compression  cooling cycle using controlled expansion," Proceedings of the IECEC- 1995, Orlando, FL, v.3, pp 13-16

    5. W.Beale, M.Labinov, "Some practical considerations for cost minimization of Solar Stirling Engines," Proceedings of the Fifth International Stirling Engine Conference, Dubrovnik, Jugoslavia, May 8-10, 1991

    6. M.S.Labinov, "Singularities in the two-phase region" Proceedings of the Fifth International Stirling Engine Conference, Dubrovnik, Jugoslavia, May 8-10, 1991

    7. M.S.Labinov, "Singular points in the two-phase region,"  Presented at the annual meeting of the Ohio section of American Physical Society, November 2-3, 1991.  Published in the Bulletin of APS (AIP), v.36, No.5, p.1692

    8. M.S.Labinov,A.A.Khalatov, "Calculation of turbulent characteristics for a swirling flow in a tube,"  Proceedings of CHISA'87, Prague, Chechoslovakia, August 30 - September 4, 1987

    9. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev, A.V.Chaly, "Statistical theory of the equation of state for condensed matter at high pressure,"  Proceedings of the XI International AIRAPT Conference, Kiev, July 12-17, 1987 (published in Russian and English)

    Russian ( available in Chemical Abstracts):

    10. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev, A.V.Chaly, "Peculiarities in the behavior of the heterogeneous liquid-vapor system,"  Physics of Liquid State, Kiev, 1988, v.16, p.4-14.  ("Osobennosti povedenia geterogennoi sistemy zhidkost-par", Physica zhidkoho sostoyania, Kiev, 1988, v.16, p.4-14.)

    11. M.S.Labinov, "Some peculiarities of the retrograde condensation phenomena,"  Thermal processes in  elements of energy installations. Proceedings of the Regional Conference, Kiev, 1987, p.81-84.  ("Nekotorye osobennosti yavleniya retrogradnoi kondensatsii", Teplovye protsessy v elementah energeticheskih ustroistv, Kiev, 1987, p.81-84.)

    12. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev, A.V.Chaly, "Equation of state of liquids in the wide pressure range," Application of high pressures - Proceedings of the All-Union Conference, Moscow, 1986, ("Uravnenie sostoyania zhidkostei v shirokom intervale davlenii", Primenenie vysokih davlenii, Moskva, 1986.)

    13. M.S.Labinov, A.V.Chaly, V.M.Syssoev, "Equation of state of liquids and  gases at supercritical pressures,"  Application of high pressures - Proceedings of the All-Union Conference, Moscow, 1986, ("Uravnenie sostoyania zhidkostei i gasov dlya sverhvisokih davlenii", Primenenie visokih davlenii, Moskva, 1986)

    14. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev, A.V.Chaly, "Description of substance behavior by means of the integral equations method,"  Application of high pressures - Proceedings of the All-Union Conference, Moscow, 1986,  ("Opisanie povedenia vestchestva pri visokih davleniyah metodom integralnyh uravnenii", Primenenie visokih davlenii, Moskva, 1986)

    15. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev et al. "Equation of state for liquid ethylene,"  Industrial Thermal Engineering, Kiev, 1985, No.4, p.23-27, "Uravnenie sostoyania zhidkoho etilena", Promteplotehnika, Kiev, 1985, No.4, p.23-27)

    16. M.S.Labinov, "Theoretical and experimental study of the two-phase liquid-vapor systems,"  PhD Thesis, Kiev, 1985, ("Theoretico-experimentalnoe issledovanie dvuhfaznyh sred tipa zhidkost-par").

    17. M.S.Labinov, Equation of state for condensed phase of binary mixtures,” Simulation of the gas dynamics processes - Proceedings of the regional Conference, Novosibirsk, 1985, p.271-275.  ("Uravnenie sostoyania kondensirovannoi fasy binarnoi smesi", Modelirovanie protsessov gasodinamiki, Novosibirsk, 1985, p.271-275)

    18. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev, A.V.Chaly, "Equation of state, structure and thermodynamic properties of water in the wide pressure range,"  Journal of Structural Chemistry, Moscow, 1983, No.1, p.89-92.  ("Uravnenie sostoyania, structura i termodinamicheskie svoistva vody v shirokom intervale davleni", Zhurnal Structurnoi Chimii, Moskva, 1983, No.1, p.89-91)

    19. M.S.Labinov, I.A.Vasiliev, "Investigation of the thermodynamic properties of the ethylene-n-propanol system,"  Thermal properties of hydrocarbons and oil products, Moscow, 1983, p.81-85.  ("Issledovanie termodinamicheskih svoistv sistemy etilen-propanol", Teplofizicheskie svoistva uglevodorodov i nefteproductov, Moskva, 1983, p.81-85)

    20. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev, "Equation of state for ethylene at high pressures,"  Physics of Liquid State, Kiev, 1983, v.11, p.47-52.  ("Uravnenie sostoyania etilena pri vysokih davleniyah", Phizica zhidkogo sostoyania, Kiev, 1983, v.11, p.47-52)

    21. M.S.Labinov, A.V.Chaly, "Application of the equation of state of condensed matter in the evaluation of the properties of binary mixtures,"  Proceedings of the VI All-Union Conference on Physical and Chemical Analysis, Kiev, 1983.  ("Prilozhenie uravnenia sostoyania kondensirovannoi sredy dlya issledovania svoistv binarnyh smesei", VI Vsesoyusnoe Sovestchanie po FHA, Kiev, 1983)

    22. M.S.Labinov, V.M.Syssoev, A.V.Chaly, "Equation of state for water under supercritical pressures,"  Thermal Physics of High Temperatures, Moscow, 1982, p.1194-1195.  ("Uravnenie sostoyania vody pri sverhvisokih davleniyah", TVT, Moskva, 1982, p.1194-1195)

     

    USA PRESENTATIONS

     

              1.      Retrograde Condensation As a Future Technology Base.

     ES2009, ASME Energy Sustainability Conference, San- Francisco, July 19-23, 2009

     

    2. "Stirling Engines - back to the future,"   Seminar for students in Physics.  College of Science and Nursing, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, Spring 1991

     

    3. "Historical path of Russian Science," Lecture for the faculty and students.  College of Science and Nursing, Capital University, Columbus, Ohio, Spring 1991

     

    4. "Singularities in the two-phase region,"  Seminar for the faculty and graduate students.  Department of Chemistry, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, Fall 1989

     

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