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     Date Submitted:11-06-2013
     Last Modified:16-12-2013 (08:23)
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     Current job:Aerospace propulsion Assistant Professor
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, Launch Systems, Consulting/Engineering Services
     Keywordshave 3 years of research experience working as Graduate research assistant
    CV

    Career Objective

     

    Influential, highly motivated and result oriented person, desires a full time employment as Aerospace Engineer in the field of propulsion, structural analysis, Aircraft design and in related areas inside a aggressive environment where company allows to use his experience to best serve the needs of the company

     

    Experience

     

    The Ohio State University: Aviation Department, Columbus, OH

    Research Assistant, Professor Chul Kyu Lee, (April 2007- April 2008)

     

    The Ohio State University: Department of Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering, Columbus, OH

    Research Engineer & Grader, Professor Dr. Paul Penko, (April 2008 – September 2009).

    ·         Graded courses: Hypersonic Flows and Rocket Propulsion (graduate level courses). Responsible for grading assignments and examinations, query sessions and maintaining records of the students for a class consisting of 27 students.

    ·         As part of responsibilities wrote manuals like basic commands to start modeling and analysis in Fluent and Gambit.   

     

    Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Hyderabad, India.

    Assistant Professor (December 2009 – June 2010)

    Assistant Professor-part time (guest lecturer) (August 2010 – Present)

     

    Responsible for course work, grading assignments and examinations, query sessions and maintaining records of the students for the undergraduate courses Aerospace propulsion I & II and CFD lab for a class consisting of 60 students.         

     

    Education

     

    The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

     

    M.S., Aeronautics and Aerospace Engineering (August 2008)                                                  GPA:  3.2/4.0

    Thesis: “Will the availability of new technology in Commercial Jets be applied to Regional aircraft and alter the Short-haul flying landscape.”

    ·         The objective was to investigate the transferability of new technologies in wide-body commercial jets like B787 and A380 to next generation regional aircraft. The scope of the thesis also included analysis of marketing aspects of these regional aircrafts in terms of passenger traffic demand and aircraft economies.

    ·         A multi-step process was adopted in this investigation. Literature review was conducted on technology developments in the areas of airframe design, propulsion systems and avionics of the wide-body commercial jets and regional aircrafts.

    ·         The next step involved identifying the components on both these aircraft models that can be used for comparison.

    ·         The next step involved results of Fluent and Gasp analysis of scaled combustion chambers and exhaust nozzles of the gas turbine engines in use by commercial jets (B787, A380) to check for compatibility, reliability and feasibility with respect to the new Regional aircraft design.

    ·         The final step involved determining the marketing characteristics of both types of aircrafts based on statistical analysis carried out using O&D, T-100 and Form-41 Traffic data from the Department of Transportation.

     

      

    Institute of Aeronautical Engineering,

    Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India.

     

    B.Tech. Aeronautical Engineering (June 2006)                       PER: 74.41

    Thesis: “Design of Flex Nozzle for Thrust Vector Control in Solid Rocket Motor”

    ·         Designed a flex nozzle for thrust vector flight control for solid propellant motors. The initial stage involved analysis of different materials for flex seal to withstand the high temperature, pressure and thermal stresses.

    ·          The next stage involved design of movable-nozzle envelope constraints and joint, motor, vehicle and mission design parameters for maximum performance or maximum cost effectiveness for the flex nozzle.

    ·         A program was written in C language to optimize the design parameters and the optimized values were used by the Advanced Systems Laboratory, DRDO, India to fabricate and continue further testing on the flex nozzle. 

     

     

     

    Projects & Training

     

    - Aerofoil Fabrication and Testing: Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, India 

    Worked on a team of six to design, fabricate and conduct a wind tunnel test on a symmetrical airfoil NACA 0024 and a cambered airfoil NACA 2412 and personally fabricated the airfoils with plaster of paris and also with aluminum. Conducted wind tunnel test on all four prototypes for determining Cp distributions at subsonic velocities. Compared the experimental values with the values obtained from using Gambit and Fluent. (March, 05 – June, 05)

     

    - Production Training: Praga Tools Ltd., Hyderabad, India 

    Underwent training on operation of Lathe, CNC and other machinery and implemented the skills in fabrication of an enlarged model of a 2.5cc Diesel Engine used in a RC aircraft. (August, 05 – January, 06)

     

    - Design and Fabrication of RC Aircraft: Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, India

    Worked on a team of 4 to design and fabricate a 2.5cc Diesel Engine RC controlled Aircraft. We designed 2 different fuselage structures and pair of propellers with different diameters with variable angle of attacks. (May, 05-April, 06).

     

     

     

    Relevant Coursework

     

    Aeronautical and Aerospace Engineering:

     

    Strength of Materials, Aircraft Structures (I & II), Aerodynamics (I & II), Computational Fluid Dynamics (I & II), Aerospace Propulsion (I & II), Advance Propulsion (751 & 851), Hypersonic Flows I (775), Aerodynamics of Viscous Compressible Flows, Deformation of Aerospace structures, Planning of Engineering Experiments (610), Rocket and missiles, Rocket Propulsion (752), Propellant Technology, Space Mechanics, Air Transportation Systems (694 & 794 ).

    Computer Skills

     

    • Design & Analysis Software: AutoCAD, CATIA, FLUENT, Pro-E, Hypermesh, Gambit, Minitab, C & C++, CFX(learning).
    • Other Software: MS Office

     

     

     

    Personal Particulars

     

    ·         Sex/Status             :    Male/Single

    ·         Languages Known:   English, Hindi, Telugu.

    ·         Nationality            :   Indian.

     

     

     

    Honors & Activities

     

    • Ranked 14th with distinction in Aeronautical Engineering (Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University June 2006)
    • Scored 89.7% in high school board examination (2001-2002)
    • OSU Skydiving Club member (2007)
    • Organizer Committee member for Aero fest (2004-2006)


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