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     Date Submitted:04-07-2014
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     Current job:Domain Expert (Structural Analysis, Engineering Mechanics etc.)
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     Industry:Consulting/Engineering Services
     KeywordsStructural Analysis, Vibration, Static Fatigue, Dynamics, NASTRAN, PATRAN, Finite Element
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    I am a 25+ years of experienced Postgraduate Structural Engineer worked mainly (18 years) in the area of Advanced Structural analysis. I worked in India and in many overseas locations like USA, UK, Germany, Libya etc. Currently I am working as a Domain Expert in Geometric Limited based at Bangalore, India.

    TECHNICAL SKILL:

    ·         Structural Analysis for the design of spacecraft structural subsystems based on stiffness based design and evolvement of the overall spacecraft structure (9 years at ISRO Satellite Centre Bangalore, India). Also involved in making low order spacecraft dynamic models with Craig Bamptom method for integrated analysis with launch vehicle.

    ·         Worked as consultant for 5 years at Engineering Research Centre-Tripoli in the field of Structural Analysis, Mathematics and Computer programming

    ·         Design computations to substantiate the load bearing capability and durability of aircraft structural components (9 years at Tata Consultancy Services, CADES Digitech Pvt Ltd and Geometric Ltd Bangalore and its various client locations like Boeing (USA), Goodrich – IDC (India), Pratt & Whitney (USA), Alenia Aeronotica (Italy)  etc.).

    ·         Very good conceptual understanding in Structural Analysis (Static, Durability & Vibration Analysis) and Physical sciences.

     

    Structural analysis using Finite Element Analysis and classical methods

    ·         Static analysis for stress and performance computations using FEA and Hand Computations

    ·         Modal Analysis (Dynamic characterization of the structural system)

    ·         Dynamic response computations (computation of g-level at various locations in the structure due to dynamic loads and subsequent static analysis for strength computations)

    ·         Creation of computer programs (C/FORTRAN) and Microsoft excel sheets for efficient post-processing of Finite element analysis results to generate MS against static and durability.

    ·         Creation of software for engineering computation using C/Visual C++

    ·         Technical report generation

     

    SOFTWARE SKILLS:

    Structural Analysis Software:

    ·         NASTRAN both in UNIX and WINDOWS environment

    ·          ASKA

    ·         Exposure to ABAQUS, ANSYS, COSMOSM

       Pre & Post processors:

    ·         PATRAN

    ·         Exposure to ABAQUS CAE, FEMAP

         Programming languages

    ·         C/C++/Visual C++ and FORTRAN

         Others

    ·         Microsoft Excel with Visual Basic, MATLAB etc.

    ·          Boeing tools like IAS, IDTAS etc., Airbus tool – ASSACOS, Alenia  tool, LEANARDO

     

    ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS:

     

    M.Tech (Structural Engg.) from National Institute of Technology Calicut –( 1987) – 73.4 %  marks

    B.Tech (Civil Engg.) from National Institute of Technology  Calicut – (1984) - 73.8 %  marks

    PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

     

    I have 18 years of experience in the area of Aerospace Structural Analysis as given below (9 years in ISRO Satellite Centre and 9 years in Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, CADES Digitech Pvt Ltd and Geometric Ltd for its various clients (Boeing (USA), Bombardier (UK), Goodrich IDC (India), Pratt & Whitney (USA), KAL (Korea), Alenia Aeronotica (Italy) etc.)

     

    Currently working as Domain Expert in the field of Structural Analysis at Geometric Ltd

     

    Nature of work :          Helping various Structural Analysis projects in converting Physics of the model to Mathematical one. Hand computations for preliminary designs. 

    Low order mathematical model through Static Condensation.

    Handling large quantum of results through simple computer programs.

    Position                               Domain Consultant

    Period                                  March 2013 onwards

    Software Used                  PATRAN, NASTRAN, C++, and Microsoft Excel

     

    I worked 9 years in Structures Group of ISRO Satellite Centre Bangalore (From December 1988 – November 1997) and involved in the structural analysis of Satellites and its subsystems and coupled analysis with launch vehicle as detailed below.

     

    Title                                       Structural analysis of Spacecrafts.

    Position                               Senior Engineer /Project Manager

    Description                        Involved in the finite element modeling and integrating the FE sub-structure models to make the main model for doing various types of analyses (Static, Free and Forced Vibration etc.) of whole spacecraft (made up with Aluminum, Titanium, Composites etc.). Small order dynamic models (Craig Bamptom approaches) representing the whole structures were also generated to simulate the model in the integrated analysis with launch vehicles. Integrated analyses with launch vehicles were also done.

    Software Used                  ASKA, NASTRAN, COSMOSM, PATRAN, FEMVIEW, GEOSTAR, MSC/XL

     

    Title                                       Static and Vibration analysis of various Structural components of Spacecrafts.

    Position                               Scientist/Engineer – Team member

    Description                        Involved in the finite element modeling and structural analysis of spacecraft components to find out the adequacy of the design against various environmental loadings. Analysis includes multilevel sub-structure (Both static and dynamic) modeling to handle the huge Finite Element data.

    Software Used                  ASKA, FEMVIEW

     

    Title                                       Configuration studies of components to meet the specification requirements and improved performance

    Position                               Scientist/Engineer/Team leader

    Description                        Involved in the structural analysis of spacecraft components for optimizing the structural mass or for better functional performance, through repeated analysis of substructures with various properties and at different configuration. Substructure techniques were used to reduce the time of analysis by avoiding repetition of analysis at locations, were there is no change.

    Software Used                  ASKA, NASTRAN,FEMVIEW, MSC/XL       

     

    Title                                       Performance studies/corrections.

    Position                               Scientist/Engineer – Team leader

    Description                        Involved in developing software for predicting the responses of spacecraft structural components in the post launch period. This involved in multilevel sub-structuring analysis with unit loading conditions which will be used to predict the performance/corrections at later with onboard data instantaneously with prewritten computer program.

    Software Used                  ASKA, NASTRAN,FEMVIEW, MSC/XL       

     

    Title                                       Spacecraft testing/model updating

    Position                               Engineer/Project Manager

    Description                        Involved in Spacecraft testing (static, vibration etc.) as a member of testing team from analysis side. Test results were also predicted through analysis with test boundary/ loading conditions.  These data are very much required for the preparation and execution of testing program. Mathematical models are also updated based on the test results.

    Software Used                  ASKA, NASTRAN,FEMVIEW, MSC/XL


    Work done at/through Cades Digitech Pvt. Limited

     

    Title                                       Static and durability computation of an elevator structure

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at CADES Bangalore and at Alenia Aeronotica, Pomigliano-Italy

    Period                                  February 2011 onwards

    Description                        Involved in Static and Durability computations and optimization studies on an elevator structure of a Bombardier Aircraft which was made up with composite skin, spar and ribs with metallic fittings.

    Software Used                  PATRAN, NASTRAN, analysis tool LEANARDO and Microsoft Excel

     

    Title                                       Static and durability computation of Actuator fitting and gusset joints

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at Korean Air Limited at Busan-South Korea

    Period                                  August 2010 -January 2011

    Description                        Involved in Static and Durability computations of structural components (composite gusset joints and metallic actuator fitting) of an aircraft door (Airbus project). Computer programs were made to extract critical forces from FEA results (for checking against buckling, bearing etc. ) for several joints from hundreds of load cases. For computing MS, calculation sheets are made with Airbus approved methods.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN, PATRAN, C programs and Microsoft Excel Calculation sheets

     

    Title                                       Analytical support for Repair solution for Airbus fuselage skin    

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at CADES-Bangalore and at AIRBUS Hamburg-Germany.

    Period                                  January 2010 -July 2010  

    Description                        Involved in guiding stress engineers in using internal forces and creation of calculation sheets for MS. Undergone training in ASSACOS software at Airbus plant in Hamburg.

    Software Used                  Microsoft Excel Calculation sheets

     

    Work done at/through TATA Consultancy Services

     

    Title                                       Static and Dynamic analysis of valve and actuator system

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at TCS Bangalore  (for Liebherr Aerospace)

    Period                                  February 2009 -March 2009

    Description                        Static analysis is done on the structure and MS is computed against normal and ultimate loads. Dynamic analysis is also done with sine excitation and shock.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN & PATRAN     

     

    Title                                       Post processing and MS computation of Nacelle structures

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at client site ( Goodrich Aerospace IDC- Bangalore)

    Period                                  August 2008  -  January 2009

    Description                        Internal loads in Beam and Shell elements are extracted through PATRAN and MS is computed against normal loads, ultimate loads. Durability and damage tolerance studies are also conducted on skin and joints. Excel sheets are made to consider the effect of temperature on material properties.

    Software Used                  PATRAN, Excel 

     

    Title                                       Post processing and MS computation of Nacelle structures

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at TCS Bangalore

    Period                                  May 2008  -  July 2008

    Description                        Internal loads in Beam elements (latch and hinge stiffener beams)are extracted through PATRAN and MS is computed against normal & ultimate load conditions

    Software Used                  PATRAN, Excel 

     

    Title                                       Stress analysis of fuselage structure of a freighter aircraft

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at client site (Boeing, Seattle USA)

    Period                                  January 2007  -  April 2008

    Description                        The internal loads given by Loads group are used for computing the margin of safety at various joints and fuselage skin. Durability against fatigue loads is also checked. Stress computations are made for different load cycles which were released at different phases of design process.

    Software Used                  Client Tools (IAS, IDTAS, FEADOMS etc.)

     

    Title                                       Design computation for nacelle structure

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at TCS Bangalore

    Period                                  April 2006  - December 2006

    Description                        Design computation on Engine nacelle structure. Work involves identification of critical locations at various components (Latch and Hinge beam, bumper joints etc.)  Internal loads obtained in the components for various load cases are supplied by the client. Maximum loads are extracted and margin of safety is computed and suggestions for design modifications are made

    Software Used                  PATRAN & NASTRAN

     

    Title                                       Static and Vibration Analysis of an unmanned aerial vehicle Structure.

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at TCS Bangalore

    Period                                  January 2006  - March 2006

    Description                        Static and Vibration Analysis of an unmanned aerial vehicle Structure is done for a domestic client. The analysis work is done for both preliminary and intermediate configuration design. Structure is partly made up of composites.

    Software Used                  PATRAN & NASTRAN     

    Title                                       Stress Analysis on FLAP Track structure of an aircraft wing

    Position                               As an Analysis Engineer in the design team

    Period                                  September 2005 – October 2005 -(at client site - Bombardier Aerospace – Belfast UK. ) November 2005 to December 2005 at TCS Bangalore

    Description                        Finite Element modeling and analyses were done for fixing the optimum location of flap track beams on the wing. Several configurations were studied with various loads (Aerodynamic pressure and acceleration loads) before reaching the optimum location. Studies were done for both retracted and extended positions of FLAPS. The work is done along with design team.

    Software Used                  PATRAN & NASTRAN

     

    Title                                       Transient response analysis of Acoustic panel of an aircraft engine

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at client site (Pratt & Whitney – USA) –

    Period                                  February  2004 – December 2004

    Description                        Transient response analyses were done to compute the responses in the acoustic panel (composite) of an aircraft engine. Panel is modeled as a component and the dynamic loads induced from the engine were put as an input force at its interface with fan case.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN & PATRAN

                     

    Title                                       Generation of condensed Stiffness/Mass matrices of aircraft engine casings for creating analytical rotor dynamic models

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at client site (Pratt & Whitney – USA)

    Period                                  February  2004 – December 2004

    Description                        Finite element models were generated from parametric UG models. The stiffness and mass matrices of casings with its engine interfaces were generated. In house programs were used in converting for transferring data between different software

    Software Used                  UG, ANSYS, NASTRAN and PATRAN

     

    Title                                       Static and dynamic analysis on turbine blades of air craft engine

    Position                               Analysis Engineer at client site (Pratt & Whitney – USA)

    Period                                  February  2004 – December 2004

    Description                        Static and free vibration analyses were done on several design configurations of engine blades to compute the frequencies. The effect of stress stiffening due to spinning is considered in the free vibration analysis. Campbell diagrams were generated to check the critical speed. In static analysis, the loads due to aerodynamic pressure were considered along with the loads due to spinning.

    Software Used                  ANSYS & UG

     

    I also worked in the following projects involving aircraft components at TATA Consultancy Services Ltd Bangalore

     

    Title                                       Stress analysis on Bleed valve-Manifold interface

    Position                               Analyst & Team leader

    Description                        Non- linear static analysis has been done to compute the stresses due to thermal and preloading on a Manifold assembly of an aircraft. Necessary suggestions were made where designs are not meeting the requirements.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN & FEMAP

     

    Title                                       Static and Dynamic response analysis of Air generator unit

    Position                               Analyst & Team leader

    Description                        Static analysis and dynamic stress analysis has been done on an air generator unit of an aircraft for the loads specified by the client. Natural frequencies and areas for weight optimizations were identified.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN & PATRAN     

     

    Title                                       Stress analysis on Heat Exchange Core

    Position                               Analyst & Team leader

    Description                        Non- linear static analysis has been done to compute the stresses due to thermal and preloading on a Heat exchanger system.

    Software Used                  ABAQUS, HYPERMESH and ABAQUS CAE

     

    I worked at Engineering Research Center at Tripoli-Libya for 5 years as a Consultant Engineer (Structural Analysis)

     

    Period                                  November 1997 – January 2003

     

    Title                                       Static and Vibration analysis of Industrial structural components

    Position                               Consultant

    Description                        Helped a team of engineers in doing Static and Vibrations analysis of various industrial structural components.

    Software Used                  ALGOR 

     

    Title                                       Software development for vibration analysis of beams in MATLAB environment

    Position                               Consultant

    Description                        Developed a program to do vibration analysis of beams with Finite Element philosophy using MATLAB routines.

    Software Used                  MATLAB

     

    Title                                       Development of software for a Library

    Position                               Consultant

    Description                        Developed a computer program (windows environment) to do transaction in a library.

    Software Used                  Visual C++

     

    Title                                       Development of software for discrete Fourier Transformation

    Position                               Consultant

    Description                        Developed a computer program (for DOS environment) to do discrete Fourier transformation and to plot the results.

    Software Used                  Borland C

     

    I also involved in the structural analysis of various other structural systems (non-aerospace) and making computer programs for solving technical problems. Some of the projects I involved are

     

    Title                                       Analysis of a Battery rack for earthquake loading

    Position                               Analysis Engineer

    Description                        Analyses were done on a battery rack to compute stresses due to earthquake loading. The load spectrum is taken from Indian standard code and the Spectrum method available in NASTRAN is used for computing the responses in the structure. Hand computations were also done with the extracted mode shape, participation factor etc. using Microsoft Excel and results were compared. As the structure is found unsafe against the specified loading, necessary suggestions to improve the earthquake resistance of the structure were given to the client.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN & PATRAN

     

    Title                                       Design of bourdon tube pressure measuring instrument

    Position                               Analysis Engineer

    Description                        Static analyses were carried out on bourdon tube for different section properties to assess its capability to measure the required pressure. Analysis results were compared with test results. Analysis model is updated using experimental results to include the local plastic behavior in the tube. This updated model is used to make new designs for different requirements.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN & PATRAN

     

    Title                                       Stress analysis of a Pump Case

    Position                               Analyst & Team leader

    Description                        Static analysis has been done to compute the stresses due to pressure loading and piping loads and the stress and displacement plots were presented.

    Software Used                  NASTRAN & PATRAN

     

    Title                                       Conversion of data from different analysis software

    Position                               Scientist/Engineer

    Description                        Involved in converting COSMOSM data to ASKA format using simple computer program.

    Software Used                  FORTRAN 77

     

    Title                                       Structural Design and Analysis of water supply system

    Position                               Assistant Engineer (Design)

    Description                        Involved in the design and analysis of structures like Clariflocculator, aerators, Water tanks etc. as per IS code.

    Software Used                  -

     

    Title                                       Design and Analysis water distribution network

    Position                               Assistant Engineer (Design)

    Description                        Developed software for evolving the diameter (and also to make it to standard size) of the pipes in the water distribution networks to keep the specified head at all locations.

    Software Used                  FORTRAN 77


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