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CV, Graduating Aerospace Engineer Looking For Worldwide Opportunities

I am currently available for work
Serial No: 5989
(25/12/1991, male)
List top 5 skills: engineering materials, fluid mechanics, programming, structural analysis, thermodynamics
Current location: 

Scotland, United Kingdom - View on map

Mahindra Satyam (Aerospace Division) - July 2012-August 2012
I worked as a summer student intern at a global engineering service provider. Working under the mentorship of a specialist consultant in landing gear systems, this program involved the preliminary design of a shock absorber for the main landing gear of an aircraft. I have had the opportunity to proactively interact with other designers to understand the process involved in the generation of solutions for various engineering problems. This internship has taught me to systematically identify the factors that affect the design and to determine the required parameters in an organised manner.

Copperline Multimetal Private Limited - April 2009-August 2009

I worked as an administrative assistant at a medium scale industry manufacturing copper rods and wire products. My responsibilities included recording and monitoring every day supply of raw materials, type and number of finished goods among other duties. This employment gave me a deep insight into the actual working of a manufacturing industry, increasing my commercial awareness. It has also improved my communication skills and has made me a more organised person.


University of Liverpool - 2009-Present

MEng Aerospace Engineering –2:1(expected)

First year: 72%, Second year: 71%, Third year: 55%, Fourth year (First Semester): 82%

Chettinad Vidyashram  - 1998-2009
AISSCE (A-level equivalent -  2009
Mathematics: 90%, Physics: 87%, Computer Science: 92%. Overall average: 88.6%.
AISSE (GCSE equivalent) - 2007
Overall Average: 91.2%.

Awards and Distinctions:

University of Liverpool International Scholarship - 2009-Present
I have been awarded this scholarship on the basis that I have achieved an average of 88.6% in my A-level equivalent. The scholarship is valued at 25 per cent of the annual tuition fees.

Liverpool Workingmen’s Attainment Scholarship - 2009-2012
I have been awarded a value of £1500 in recognition of my academic performance.

Skills and Experience

Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics: A very strong grasp of the fundamentals in both these areas due to the successful completion of the course modules listed below:

  • Thermodynamics and Mechanics of Fluids: 79%
  • Aeroengines I: 64%
  • Aeroengines II (Compressible flow and turbomachinery): 60%
  • Third Year Project: 67%
  • IC Engines: 82%
  • Viscous Fluid Flow (expected)
The Aeroengines modules involved the thermal analysis of jet engines using the properties of the fluid flow. IC Engines and other modules involve extensive application of thermodynamics.


Materials and Structures:

The relevant modules for materials and structures are listed below.

Materials (Expected)

  • Materials Processing and Selection: 60%
  • Engineering Structures: 87%
  • Composite Materials: 61%
  • Advanced Composite Materials (Expected)
The module Materials Processing and Selection involves various manufacturing processes including primary shaping processes such as casting, secondary processes such as machining and other processes such as surface treatment and fastening for different types of materials. This has motivated in me a strong interest for manufacturing methods.

Turbomachinery: The fundamentals of two dimensional flows through turbomachinery blading (stators and rotors) and efficiency trade-offs of two dimensional blade geometry were a part of the Aeroengines II module.

CFD: I have acquired experience in the use of FLUENT CFD software as part of the Aeroengines II module and also as part of various projects.

CAD modelling:
I have a good knowledge of Pro-E CAD software resulting from its extensive use for the design of high detail geometries for further CFD analysis and high detail assemblies with large number of components including mechanisms for further FE analysis.

Computing skills: I am a competitive user of Microsoft office, and proficient in general IT literacy. I have also secured 92% in my A-level equivalent for computer science, making me a good C++ programmer. In addition, MATLAB has been extensively used throughout the period of my university course.

Teamwork and Projects:

Aerospace Capstone Project - September 2012-May 2013
This project involves the detailed design of a four seat passenger aircraft. Being a part of a 5 member team, I took up the responsibility of coordinating and leading the team. This project made me a better team worker and greatly improved my knowledge of aircraft design. Cooperation with my team members, effective communication and proactive involvement contributed to the meticulous completion of the required work. Consequently, I have learnt to continuously improve my skills and listen to my colleagues to understand different points of view.

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Locations I am interested in working:

United Kingdom