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Education

Aug 2006Aug 2008

Master

Obtained a CGPA of 3.2/4.0

Along with the classes I gained adequate knowledge about CFD tool FLUENT and UNIX.

Courses

  1. Combustion Theory
  2. Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  3. Engineering Methods (Linear Algebra)
  4. Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
  5. Boundary Layer Theory
  6. Boundary Value Problems
  7. Gas Turbine Theory
  8. Aero Acoustics
  9. Heat Transfer
  10. Special Topics: Acoustics Propulsion in Micro Air Vehicle. 
Sep 2001Jun 2005

Bachelor in Engineering

People's Education Society's College of Engineering (Visvesvaraya Technological University)

Relevant Courses and Labs:

  1. Engineering Graphics (Drawing)
  2. Strength of Materials
  3. Mechanical Engineering Science
  4. Electrical Science
  5. CAD/CAM Theory and Lab (AutoCAD)
  6. Basic Electronics
  7. Few courses in Mathematics
  8. Kinematics of Machinery
  9. Dynamicsof Machinery
  10. Fluid Mechanics & Machinery
  11. Design of Machine Elements
  12. Engg Economics & Auto Cost Estimation

Work experience

May 2008Aug 2008

Student

Aerospace Engineering Department, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

Special Topics: Acoustic propulsion for Micro Air Vehicle, worked under Dr. Reda Mankbadi

  • Assumed necessary variables for the resonator.
  • Generation of 2-D model and mesh in Gambit.
  • Applied boundary conditions.
  • Analyzed the flow structure of acoustic resonator using Fluent.
  • Sample PowerPoint presentation and sample report submitted for this topic is uploaded in the Portfolio folder. 
Aug 2007Aug 2008

Student Assistant

Hunt Library, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University
  • Shelf read and arranged the books in order on shelf.
  • Provided assistance to library patrons.
  • Assisted in checking in and checking out of books to library patrons.

Accomplishments

  • Attention to details
  • Time Management
  • Research Skills
  • Organisational Skills
  • Communication Skills 
Jan 2005May 2005

Intern

UniSoft India Pvt Ltd
  • Obtained certificates of CATIA and ANSYS.
  • Conducted Modeling and Pre Porcessing of a crankshaft of a four stroke Jeep Engine.
  • Obtained the stress results of a crankshaft of a Jeep engine using ANSYS.
  • Post Processing was done using ANSYS.

Accomplishments

  • Learning of ANSYS
  • Learning of CATIA
Sep 2004Jan 2005

Student

People's Education Society's College of Engineering

CAD/CAM Lab

  • Learned AutoCAD software towards the degree requirement.
  • 2D drawings using AutoCAD.
  • Understanding of Computer-Aided Design and Manufacturing.

Skills

Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
Microsoft Office Excel 2007
Microsoft Office Word 2007
CFD tool FLUENT
Self Learning of Fluent Used for Projects in two of the courses that I took during my graduate studies.
ANSYS
Obtained Catia Certificate from UniSoft India Pvt. Ltd. Conducted Static Analysis of a Crankshaft using ANSYS
CATIA
Obtained Catia Certificate from UniSoft India Pvt. Ltd. Used Catia to develop the crankshaft model
AutoCAD
  Learnt AutoCAD in CAD/CAM Lab as a requirement towards undergraduate degree Proficient in 2D AutoCAD drawings  

References

Dr. Reda Mankbadi

I took three classes under him.

1.Boundary Layer Theory

2.Aero Acoustics

3.Special Topics (Propulsion for Micro Air Vehicle) 

Dr. Valdimir Golubev

Took three classes under

Dr. Golubev

  1. Computational Fluid Dynamics
  2. Advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics
  3. Gas Turbine Theory 

Dr. Lakshman Narayanaswamy

  • Took Combustion Theory class under Dr. Swami.
  • Also my advisor during first two semester of Masters degree

Dr. Ilteris Demirkiran

Took Engineering Methods

Intern Project

Objective

Seeking an Engineer position, which will require me to utilize my skills, abilities and experience to ensure the company's success

Summary

  • Ability to understand and solve Engineering Problems
  • Experience with Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Software Fluent
  • Intern experience at UniSoft India Pvt. Ltd., where I learnt CATIA and ANSYS
  • Master in Aerospace Engineering with Propulsion and Aerodynamics as area of concentration.
  • Bachelor in Automotive Engineering
  • AutoCad
  • Basic knowledge of Gambit
  • Knowledge of Hypermesh
  • Proficient with MicroSoft Ofiice word, PowerPoint, Excel, Onenote, Outlook

Interest

  • Listening to bollywood and southern Indian music
  • Reading
  • Blogging
  • Browsing internet
  • Playing Tennis
  • And little bit exercising

Work Ethics

  • Quick Learner.
  • Ability to understand and solve Engineering Problems.
  • Good Oral and Written Communication skills.
  • Ability to work in team and individual as well.
  • Attention to details
  • Willing to work in diverse team.
  • Willing to relocate and travel, if required.

Class Projects

Combustion theory: (Individual Project)September 2006 – December 2006

  • Chemkin-II (A Fortran Chemical Kinetics Package for the Analysis of Gas-Phase Chemical Kinetics)
  • Chemkin was used to understand and solve the complex chemical kinetics problems involved in combustion.
  • Detailed kinematic mechanism for hydrogen combustion to investigate the behavior of an adiabaticwell-stirred reactor.
  • Vary the residence time between the long-time (equilibrium) and the short time (blowout) limits.
  • Numerically integrate the rate equations in time until steady state is reached.

Advance Computational Fluid Dynamics: (Member of a 4-person team)January 2007 – April 2007

  • The analysis of pressure distribution over the aerofoil of Quiet Supersonic Jet (QSJ)
  • The pressure distribution was obtained using Fluent.
  • The post processing results were obtained by using Tec plot.
  • The pressure distributions were obtained at four different stations on the aerofoil parallel to the direction of the air flow.

Turbine Engine Propulsion Systems: (Member of 3-Person team).            September 2007 - December 2007

  • Thermo cycle Performance Analysis (TPA) of Internal Combustion (IC) Engines for Propeller-Driven Micro Air Vehicles (MAV):
  • Study about three different miniature internal combustion engines.
  • Comparison of cycles and geometry of three different miniature internal combustion engine.

 Aero acoustics: (Individual)February 2008 – April 2008

  • Study of Combustion noise
  • Introduction and Different types of combustion noise
  • Experimental data
  • Lighthill’s Analogy
  • Noise prediction
  • Noise reduction