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     Date Submitted:27-03-2017
     Last Modified:03-05-2017 (03:12)
    Job information
     Current job:Aerospace Engineering MS graduate
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:Civil Agencies/International Organizations, Satellite Manufacturers and Subcontractors, Satellite Operators, , , Launch Systems, Business Services
     KeywordsFinite Element Analysis, Structure and Thermal sub-system specialist, Abaqus, Ansys-structures, Autocad, Matlab, Project management, Composites, Traineeship from Airbus Defence Space Netherlands.
    CV

    Goal:

    To hold a challenging position in the Space Industry where I am able to work on cutting-edge technology to create innovative solutions. To improve myself by continuous learning to increase my competency in my job, and become a competent engineering manager.

    Projects and Experience:

    Project Title

    From – to

    Completed at

    Production and Testing of Novel Composite Material for Space Applications.

    June, 2016 – September 2016

    Airbus Defense and Space (Airbus DS), Leiden, The Netherlands.

    Concept Study of Multi-purpose Bus for Payload Integration in Nano-satellites.

    March, 2016 –

    August, 2016

    Technical University of Delft (TU Delft), Delft, The Netherlands.

    Studies on Bending-Torsion Flutter Phenomena of a Box-Beam Wing Model

    September, 2013 – March, 2014

    Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Hyderabad, India.

    A Survey of Health and Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) in contemporary aircraft

    October, 2013 – November ,2013

    Survey Paper published in the International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR).

    Aircraft Maintenance of the Cessna - 152 with emphasis on the propulsion system.

    March, 2013 – April, 2013

    Internship Assignment at Wings Aviation Private Limited, Hyderabad, India.

    Creating Micro-Air Vehicles using Lightweight Materials.

    Consortium Techfest 2013

    Created the titled workshop during Consortium Technical Fest - 2013 held at Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Hyderabad, India.

    Remote Controlled Micro - Air - Vehicle using Lightweight Materials.

    Vihaang, Conscientia TechFest  - 2012 at IIST.

    Technical Fest held at Indian Institute of Space Science and Technology (I.I.S.T.), Trivandrum, India.

    Parametric Cycle Analysis of Jet-engines in “C”- Language.

    November, 2011 – February, 2011

    Academic Project at Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Hyderabad, India.

     

    Roles and Responsibilities:

    Company/Institution

    Role

    Responsibilities

    Airbus Defence and Space Netherlands B.V., The Netherlands.

    Trainee,

    (Production and Testing of Novel Composite Material for Space Applications.)

    Plan scope of the project. Manage Time and monetary budget for the project. Check feasibility of the project. Selecting a facility for production of composite laminates.

    Procurement of raw material (Carbon-fiber composite and filler material). Manufacturing of composite lamina containing novel filler material. Sample preparation. Perform Thermal, Mechanical and Electrical tests on prepared samples.

    Create schemes for configuration and management of test data.

    Create production plans, test plans and procedures. Write a report on production process for composite lamina. Write reports on Thermal, Mechanical and Electrical testing respectively. Propose future designs for the composite. Make recommendations for future testing.

    Technical University of Delft (TU Delft), Delft, The Netherlands.

    Structure and Thermal Sub-System Specialist, (Concept Study of Multi-purpose Bus for Payload Integration in Nano-satellites.)

    Conduct Concept Study (Phase A and Phase B).

    Create Requirements List. Create Design Trees. Create Project Plan. Create Baseline Report. Create Gantt Chart. Create other Space Systems Engineering documents

    Conduct survey of contemporary designs. Conduct material selection. Design a new interface. Conduct feasibility study of Design.

    Propose modifications to Structure sub-system. Propose type of POD suitable for modified design. Perform Thermal analysis to quantify effects of modified design of Structure.

    Attend group meetings to discuss and finalize Design based on Budget requirements for the satellite.

     

    Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, India.

    Student Programmer,

    (Parametric Cycle Analysis of Jet engines in “C”- Language.)

    Write an algorithm for parametric cycle analysis, Define the criteria for selection of type of engine in the program, debugging the program, documentation of the program.

    Write programs for the ideal case, and real case of Brayton Cycle respectively.

    Wings Aviation Private Limited, India.

    Student Intern,

    (Aircraft Maintenance of the Cessna-152 with emphasis on the propulsion system.)

    Observe maintenance duties performed for Cessna-152. Make a note of checklists followed. Understand working principles behind various activities performed.

    Write a report on maintenance duties.

     

    Technical Skills:

    Technical Skill

    Level

    ABAQUS – Finite Element Analysis

    Advanced

    MATLAB

    Intermediate

    ANSYS – structures

    Advanced

    AutoCAD

    Intermediate

    Solidworks

    Intermediate

    C-Language

    Advanced

    GAMBIT and FLUENT for CFD

    Intermediate

    Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Power Point

    Academic use

     

    Educational Qualifications:

    Serial Number

    Education Level

    University/Board

    College/ School

    Month/Year of Passing

    Percentage & Division

    1.

    M.S in Aerospace Engineering.

    TU Delft

     

    TU Delft, The Netherlands

    November, 2016

    Partial completion of the program.

    2.

    B.Tech. in

    Aeronautical Engineering.

    JNTU-HYD

    I.A.R.E, Hyderabad

    June, 2014

    80% - 1st Division with Distinction.

    3.

    Intermediate (10+2)

    B.I.E – A.P

    Narayana Junior College, Hyderabad

    June, 2010

    85.6% - 1st Division

    4.

    Class 10th

    C.B.S.E

    Army Public School, Bangalore

    March, 2008

    91.2% - 1st Division with Distinction.

     

    Legend:

                JNTU-HYD – Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University – Hyderabad.

                    I.A.R.E – Institute of Aeronautical Engineering, Dundigal, Hyderabad.

                    B.I.E-A.P – Board of Intermediate Education – Andhra Pradesh.

                    C.B.S.E – Central Board of Secondary Education.

                    TU Delft – Technical University of Delft, Delft, Netherlands.

     

    Strengths:

    Experience with stress analysis, and thermal analysis of composites.

    Experience with Stress Analysis software.

    Knowledge of and experience with Analysis of Composites.

    Strong programming skills.

    Strong knowledge base in Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics.

    Experience with approach to Damage Tolerant Designs.

    Experience with production control, and testing software unique to Airbus operations.

    Sound technical knowledge.

    Disciplined, confident, highly-motivated, and hard-working.

    Co-operative, adaptive nature.

    Eagerness to learn new things, logical thinking.

    Strong communication skills.

     

    Academics:

    Demonstrated ability to conduct independent studies, and published a survey paper in the International Journal of Engineering and Technical Research (IJETR).

    Experience with hands-on Lab work involved in research. And capable of making clear, concise and coherent evaluations.

    Hands-on Experience in production, and testing of Thermoset composite laminates.

    Hands-on experience in Non-destructive Inspection and Testing techniques.

    Hands-on experience in thermal testing, electrical testing, and mechanical testing of Carbon Fiber composites.

    Good grasp and working knowledge of ‘C’-Language, and Abaqus software.

    Have experience using MatLab for simulations.

    Strong knowledge base in fatigue and fracture mechanics of structures.

    Experience with the design software IronCad.

    Research study conducted on Unsteady Aerodynamics and flow control for flapping wing flyers.

    Research Study of Ageing Aircraft in the Aircraft Industry.

    Research study on Low-speed Aerodynamics of Micro-Air Vehicles.

     

    Hobbies and Interests:

    Watching movies, and playing the keyboard.


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