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Thu, 27 Feb 2020 05:16:43 +0000
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Northrop Grumman’s satellite servicing spacecraft successfully docked with an Intelsat communications satellite Feb. 25 in a bid to keep the nearly 19-year-old satellite in service an additional five years, Northrop Grumman and Intelsat executives said Feb. 26.  SpaceNews.com
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NASA is asking companies in its commercial lunar landing services program to bid on delivering a NASA rover whose launch has been slightly delayed. SpaceNews.com
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     Date Submitted:15-06-2018
     Last Modified:15-06-2018 (08:36)
    Job information
     Current job:Propulsion Engineer
     Employment Term:Permanent
     Job location:Anywhere
     Date available:immediately
     Industry:
     KeywordsDesign, Development, Testing, Analysis, Simulation, Control systems, MATLAB, Simulink, AUTOCAD 2D/3D, Autodesk Inventor, Systems Engineering, Procurement, C, C++, LabVIEW, Propulsion Systems, MS Office
    CV

    Objective

     

    I am an Aerospace engineer with experience and passion towards designing, developing and testing Propulsion and Control Systems. I am looking for an opportunity through which I can gain more knowledge/experience and establish my skills.

    Skills/Abilities

     

    MATLAB/Simulink (Designing/simulating engine thrust control system and analysis)

    AUTODESK Inventor (2D/3D modeling and basic structural analysis)

    C/C++ (Theoretical and first experience)

    LabVIEW (Control panel development for engine testing)

    English (Proficient), Tamil (Proficient), Hindi (Intermediate), Telugu (Intermediate), French (A1/A2 Level)

    Creative, Innovative, Focused, Quick learner, Team/Individual worker

    Experience

     

    Space systems Intern

    Gilmour Space Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Singapore & Australia

    (22 JANUARY 2017 – 20 DECEMBER 2017)

    Designed and developed an open loop control system to adjust the oxidizer flow rate through a control valve

    Assisted in conducting cold flow and hot fire tests of a 9 cm hybrid rocket engine to obtain throttle performance data

    Analyzed the engine throttle test results and developed a closed loop control system model using MATLAB/Simulink

    Identified functional requirements for mechanical, electrical and software systems of a sounding rocket guided rail launcher

    CONOPS generations for launcher segment functions

    Assisted in developing preliminary system architecture for electrical/umbilical connections, launcher mechanical system (design concept generation, 3D CAD modeling using Autodesk Inventor and initial structural analysis for the launcher tower)

    Assisted in determining the tip-off velocity of the rocket to estimate the rail length required for an unguided rocket launch

    Assisted in handling technical documentation, reviews and weekly Integrated Project Team (IPT) meetings

     

    Thesis student

    Hindustan University, Chennai, India

    (1 DECEMBER 2014 – 30 APRIL 2015)

    Designed and developed a ‘K class’ experimental solid rocket motor to deliver a thrust of 2Kn and withstand a chamber pressure of 70 bars

    Designed and manufactured a test stand for horizontal static engine tests

    Conducted static test firing and analyzed the test results and ballistic performance

    Education

     

    MS - AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

    Technical University of Munich, Germany and Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (July 2015 – April 2018)

    Major Courses: Flight controls; Advanced flight controls; Spacecraft technology; Turbo Compressors, CFD; Fracture Mechanics and NDT; Failure analysis, diagnostics, and preventions; Aircraft systems; Advanced flight dynamics

    Projects:

    Design of a Long-Haul Transport Aircraft with braced wings and study of blended wing body freighter variant;

    Flow over an Airfoil section (NACA 2213) using water tunnel

     

    B. TECH - AEROSPACE ENGINEERING

    Hindustan University, Chennai, India (August 2011 – April 2015)

    Major Courses: Rockets & Missiles; Spacecraft mechanics; Flight mechanics; Aircraft Structures; Propulsion & Thermodynamics; Aerodynamics; Theory of Vibration; Introduction to Avionics; Spacecraft systems; NDT; Rocket Propulsion and Dynamics

    Projects:

    Design and development of Debris Removal System employing Deorbiting Modules for Dead Satellite clean-up, Poster presentation -Space Debris Symposium, 64th International Astronautical Congress 2013, Beijing, China;

    Aircraft modeling and prototyping, Albedo 2014, National Level Aero-Symposium, Hindustan University, Chennai, India

     

    Volunteering Activities

     

    TUM Create, Singapore – Traffic Surveyor

    Recorded traffic data for a research project on ‘transportation and pollution control inside tunnels’

     

    Member of National Service Scheme (Hindustan University)

    Spread awareness about the growing technology to government high school students

     

    Member of Chennai Trekking Club (Tamil Nadu, India)

    Social servicing activities like beach cleaning, wildlife conservation, and health awareness

     

    ALBEDO, National Level Technical Symposium – Event Coordinator (Hindustan University)

    Coordinated in conducting and scheduling events

     


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