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     Date Submitted:06-12-2014
     Last Modified:21-05-2015 (08:30)
    Job information
     Current job:Spacemaster Program Graduate
     Employment Term:Either
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:>3months
     Industry:Launch Systems
     KeywordsPropulsion, Structural Analysis, Thermal
    CV

    A highly motivated and results oriented Aerospace graduate with passion in structural design & analysis and propulsion. Major strengths are organizational and mechanical abilities coupled with hands-on involvement. A dependable, thorough, well-organized person with excellent management, flexibility and communication skills, who produces results with a view on quality, profitability and efficiency. Seeking for a Graduate position for 2015.

    Education

    2013 – 2015              Erasmus Mundus Spacemaster Program (Supported by European Space Agency)

    Degrees Awarded   Double Master’s Diploma

          MSc Astronautics and Space Engineering, Cranfield University, UK

          MSc Space Science and Technology, Lulea University of Technology, Sweden

      First Semester: Julius-Maximilians-University Wurzburg (JMUW), Germany

           Spacecraft System Design, Space Dynamics, Introduction to Space Physics

      Second Semester: Lulea University of Technology (LTU), Sweden. At IRF Kiruna.

           Electronics in Space, Spacecraft Environment Interaction, Space Physics, Optics and Radar based observations.

       Third and Fourth Semesters (Specialization and Thesis): Cranfield University, UK

           Space Propulsion, Finite Element Methods, Advanced Composite Analysis and Simulation, Impact Dynamics and Spacecraft Protection, Structural Dynamics, Multivariable Control for Aerospace Applications, Spacecraft Attitude Dynamics and Control.

    2009 – 2013                Karunya University, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu, India

    Degree Awarded       B-Tech Aerospace Engineering

           CGPA: 7.93 (79.3%)

    2007 – 2009                Rahmania Higher Secondary School, Calicut, Kerala, India (Pre-University)

           Board Exam Result: 87%

    1995 – 2007                St.Joseph’s Boys Higher Secondary School, Calicut, Kerala, India

           Board Exam Result: 93%

    Engineering Projects

    Master’s Thesis         Injector Heat Transfer Studies (Ongoing)

                                           (Development of Space Propulsion Test rig for Cranfield Space Research Center)

    (First part of the research is in the form of literature search in order to discover whether better methods of predicting the thermal radiation from transparent hot gases are available, and to provide a computer model to allow such predictions. The second part of the task is in the context of the 500 N nitrous oxide-IPA engine to propose methods of evaluating the heat transfer to the injector and the relative roles of radiation and hot gas recirculation in this. As a part of this there is also a task for assisting the instrumentation side of the test rig.)

    Bachelor’s Project      CFD analysis and design of a Multi element airfoil.

    Mini Project                  Aircraft designing

               

    Work Experience

          Experience in Propulsion Lab during Bachelor’s study: (With semi cryogenic Engine). Done experiments on

              §  Losses through an LOX tank with and without insulation.

              §  Cooling requirements of a j type jet deflector.

              §  Measurement of thrust in a rocket engine test rig.

              §  Ignition delay studies.

              §  Nozzle heat transfer studies.

          Implant training in MRO (Helicopter Division) of Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd., where acquired an overall knowledge about various subsystems of Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH).

          Internship at Julius-Maximilians-University Wurzburg (JMUW), Germany. Making a Pico Satellite: In charge for Mechanical Design and Manufacturing, Solar panel Deployment System.

    Skills

            Software Knowledge:

    ·         Abaqus

    ·         ESATAN/ESARAD

    ·         CATIA V5R20     

    ·         Hypermesh

    ·         Solid Works

    ·         Auto CAD

     

    ·         FLUENT

    ·         GAMBIT

    ·         MATLAB

    ·         Basic knowledge in programming languages C, C++,Java

    ·         Knowledge in HTML, Flash (Basics), Proficient at Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop.

     

     

    Presentation:Ability to produce reports and presentations to a professional standard is developed through various opportunities given in Bachelor’s study.

    Analysis & Evaluation:Performed in very proficient manner in assessing data and formulating solutions in various projects and tasks given during previous studies.

    Organisational:Effective at time management and prioritising tasks to achieve deadlines in both academic and non-academic tasks given. (Internship, Group projects in both Bachelor’s and Master’s level)

    Interpersonal/Communication:Strong team working, leadership and communication skills. Successfully organized various events like department symposium, HR meet and exhibition at University.

    Language: English (IELTS : Band score – 7.0), Tamil, Malayalam

     

    Extracurricular Activities

          Participated in the workshop conducted by Karunya University on Flight Operations.

          Participated in the NSS program organized by Karunya University.

          Participated in the one year program of OISCA International.

          Worked in trauma care unit.

          Participated in various State level cultural competitions and won prizes.

          Done a musical album.


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