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    Aerospace Engineering Department and Centre of Excellence in Computational Aerospace Engineering

    Amirkabir University of  Technology (Tehran Polytechnic),

    Hafez Ave,

    Tehran, Iran.

     

    Date of Birth:   September 3, 1986

     

    Professional & Educational Resume

     

    EDUCATION

     

    Sep 2008-Jan 2011      

       M.Sc.;                  Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Iran

            Aerodynamic group

            Aerospace Engineering Department

            GPA: 17.68/20

       Thesis:

                                   Spacecraft Thermal Control of Electronic Components

    Sep 2004-Sep 2008      

       B.Sc.;                   Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran 

                                    Aerospace Engineering Department

            GPA: 16.59/20

       Thesis (Grade: 19.50/20):

    Spacecraft Standard Thermal Tests

    Sep 2000-Sep 2004      

       Diploma;               Mathematics and Physics

    Salamat High School, Isfahan, Iran

    GPA: 19.00/20

     

    Research Interests


    ·         Spacecraft Thermal Control Systems,

    ·         Spacecraft Thermal Tests

    ·         Experimental Researches on Heat Transfer phenomena in Vacuum condition,

    ·         Electronic Thermal Management

     

    Working Experience


    October 2007- October 2009

    Head of Aerospace Scientific Association of Students of Aerospace Department of Amirkabir University of Technology.

     

    October 2007- Present

    Member of Writers Group of “Peik Havafaza” as a Specialty Magazine in Aerospace Engineering (Farsi Magazine)

     

    January 2008-March 2010

    Working as a Research Assistance in Amirkabir University of Technology research center, Thermal Control Group of Amirkabir University Satellite(AutSat) under supervision of Prof. S.M.H. Karimain

     

    March 2010-Present

    Working as a Senior Expert in Spacecraft Thermal Laboratory of Amirkabir University of Technology research center (as an expert in working with thermal vacuum chamber)

     

    Honors


    ·         Selected as Honor Student by Sanjesh Institute due to University Entrance Exam score,

    ·         Member of Honor Students in B.S. degree,

    ·         Credited as a M.S. degree without entrance exam.

    ·         Ranked First on Iranian Student Competition on "Design and Manufacturing of Hand Launch Glider", Held By Scientific Association of Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran, 2006

     

     


    Academic Publication

     

    Journals

    1.       E. Moeini, S. M. Karimian " Thermal performance evaluation of a fabricated multilayer insulation blanket and validity of Cunnington-Tien correlation for this MLI", Submitted to Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology,

     

    2.       E. Moeini, S. M. Karimian, Thermal Similitude of a Small Spacecraft with Multilayer Insulation, Journal of Space Science Technology (in Persian), Vol. 4, Fall 2012.

     

     

    Conferences

    1.         E. Moeini, S. M. Karimian, A. G. Isfahani, " Empirical evaluation of thermal contact resistance of bolted joint configurations fitted with various interface materials in vacuum environment", IAC2013,Beijing, China.

    2.         E. Moeini, S.M.H. Karimian, "High Speed Thermal Cycling in Vacuum Chamber Using Thermoelectric Cooler", AERO2014P763T403, 13th Conference of Iranian Aerospace Society, Tehran, Iran, 2014.

    3.         H. Aljsadeghi, E. Moeini, S.M.H. Karimian, "Comparison of Thermal Analytical Model With Thermal Balance Test of AutSat Satellite", AERO2014P920T403, 13th Conference of Iranian Aerospace Society, Tehran, Iran, 2014.

    4.         V. Sedghi, E. Moeini, S.M.H. Karimian, "Evaluation of Radiation Effects on Spacecraft Multilayer Insulation", 2nd Conference of Space Radiation, Tehran, 2012

    5.         E. Moeini, S.M.H. Karimian, H. R. Najafi, "Calculation of Effective Thermal Conductivity of Multilayer Printed Circuit Boards", 2nd International Conference on Energy Conversion and Conservation, Hmmamt, Tunesia, 2010

    6.         E. Moeini, H. R. Najafi, S.M.H. Karimian, “Thermal Analysis of Multilayer PCBs and Calculating Effective Thermal Conductivity”, AERO2010-4671, 9th Conference of Iranian Aerospace Society(In Persian), Tehran, Iran, 2010.

    7.         E. Moeini, S.M.H. Karimian, “Thermal Similitude of a Small Spacecraft with Multi-Layer Insulation”, IAS2009-SS665, 8th Conference of Iranian Aerospace Society(In Persian), Isfahan, Iran, 2009.

     

     

    Teaching Experiences

    ·         TA of "Aerodynamics" course for three semester, Amirkabir University of Technology

    ·         TA of "Introduction to Heat Transfer" course for one semester, Amirkabir University of Technology

     

    Teaching “Mathematics”, “Physics” and “English Language” courses to high school students for university entrance exam in private group.

     

    Selected Projects


    • E.Moeini, S.M.H. Karimain, Development a software to accurately control the temperature distribution and temperature rate of change of a Space Simulation Chamber with LabVIEW software, Amirkabir University of Technology Research Center.
    • Conducting many thermal tests in vacuum conditions like Thermal Balance Test of AutSat Satellite, Effective Emmisivity Calculation of MLI, …, Amirkabir University of Technology Research Center.
    • E.Moeini, S.M.H. Karimain, Experimental Calculation of Thermal contact resistance in vacuum conditions and studying the methods of thermally coupling and decoupling of contacts as a way of thermal management of spacecrafts.
    • E.Moeini, S.M.H. Karimain, CFD Modeling of 2-D Incompressible Viscous Flow in a Cavity and Step, project of CFD2 course.
    • E.Moeini, A. Jahangirian, Structured and Unstructured Grid Generation over complex shapes, project of grid generation course.

     

    Extracurricular Activities

    • Secretary of First Aerospace Complex Competitions of Iranian High School Students, Held by Aerospace Engineering Department of Amirkabir University of Technology.Tehran, Iran, 2007.
    • Member and Captain of Aerospace Department of Amirkabir University of Technology Soccer Team, 2006-2009 .
    • Member of "Shahrdary Esfahan", A Professional Soccer Team.2001-2004
    • Member of "Adib" Astronautic and Cosmology Center of Esfahan, 2003-2006

     

    Computer Software


    ·         Thermal Desktop+Sinda Fluint(Experienced)

    ·         FORTRAN(Experienced)

    ·         Fluent(Experienced),

    ·         LabVIEW(Experienced),

    ·         MATLAB+ Simulink(Familiar)

    ·         C(Familiar)

     

    Language Skills

    Fluent in English

    TOEFL IBT Score: 91

    GRE Score: 1070

                       Verbal: 280

                       Analytical: 790

     

    References


    1.      S. M. H. Karimian

    Professor

    Aerospace Engineering Department

    Amirkabir University of Technology

    PHD: University of Waterloo

    Tehran, Iran.

    E-Mail: hkarim(at)aut.ac.ir

     

    2.      M. Mani

    Professor

    Aerospace Engineering Department

    Amirkabir University of Technology

    Tehran, Iran.

    E-Mail: mani(at)aut.ac.ir

     

    3.      M. Broomand

    Assistance Professor

    Aerospace Engineering Department

    Amirkabir University of Technology

    Tehran, Iran.

    E-Mail: broomand(at)aut.ac.ir


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