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Expert in Chartered Engineer Mechanical/Aerospace CPEng,RPEQ,Aircraft Valuer,Aircraft Structures,Management


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Honored with Fellow of Royal Aeronautical Society,London award for outstanding contribution to Aerospace Industry in August 2015. A Professional Aeronautical Engineer with wide background experience backed by appropriate qualifications as listed and Recipient of First Ever Royal Aeronautical Society Cayley Award 2003 awarded by BAe Systems, Smiths Aerospace, Rolls Royce UK, Lockheed Martin Aircraft Limited. Awarded Fellow of Engineers Australia by National Executive Board of EA for contribution as Leadership in Aerospace Engineering Profession and in recognition to contribution to Australian Engineering community. Honored with Fellow of Chartered Management Institute UK for exemplary leadership and growth of Aerospace Engineering profession.Awaded Fellow of Institute of Leadership & Management, UK for outstanding contribution as Leader in Aerospace Industry. Awarded Science Spectrum Trailblazer Award 2014 by Lockheed Martin Corporation, Dean of US Colleges and CCG , USA. Awarded Fellow of Institution of Mechanical Engineers in September 2012 for outstanding contribution to Mechanical Engineering. Awarded with Fellow of Society of Operation Engineers and Fellow of Institute of Plant Engineers (UK) for outstanding excellence in Operation Engineering in May 2013.Also currently serves as Chairman of Brookside University .
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advanced composite

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advanced composite technology

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aeronautical engineering

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aeronautics test-facility

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aerospace

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aerospace actuator

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aerospace coating material

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aerospace engineering

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aircraft

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aircraft design

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composite engineering

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computer-aided engineering

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engineering

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high-temperature adhesive

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mechanical engineering


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Expert may consult nationally and internationally, and is also local to the following cities: Seattle, Washington;  Tacoma, Washington;  Bellevue, Washington;  Everett, Washington;  Federal Way, Washington;  Kent, Washington;  Bellingham, Washington;  Lakewood, Washington;  and Renton, Washington.

Education:
Year   Degree   Subject   Institution   Honors
2004   MSc   Advance Engineering   Sheffield Hallam University   Cayley Scholarship 2003
1995   BEng   Aeronautical Engineering   The Aeronautical Society of India   Honors in Engineering

Work History:
Years   Employer   Department   Title   Responsibilities

2010 to 2015

 

Cayley Aerospace Inc

 

Engineering

 

CEO

 

As the Chief Executive Officer (“CEO”) of Cayley Aerospace Inc. I am responsible for leading the development and execution of the Company's long term strategy with a view to creating shareholder value. In the current leadership role I am also ultimately responsible for all day-to-day management decisions and for implementing the Company's long and short term plans. As the CEO I act as a direct liaison between the Board and management of the Company and communicates to the Board on behalf of management. I also communicates on behalf of the Company to shareholders, employees, Government authorities and other stakeholders. More specifically my duties and responsibilities include the following: 1. Lead, in conjunction with the Board, the development of the Company's strategy; 2. Lead and oversee the implementation of the Company's long and short term plans in accordance with its strategy; 3. Ensure the Company is appropriately organized and staffed and to have the authority to hire and terminate staff as necessary to enable it to achieve the approved strategy; 4. Ensure that expenditures of the Company are within the authorized annual budget of the Company; 5. Assess the principal risks of the Company and to ensure that these risks are being monitored and managed; 6. Ensure effective internal controls and management information systems are in place; 7. Ensure that the Company has appropriate systems to enable it to conduct its activities both lawfully and ethically; 8. Ensure that the Company maintains high standards of corporate citizenship and social responsibility wherever it does business; 9. Act as a liaison between management and the Board; 10.Communicate effectively with shareholders, employees, Government authorities, other stakeholders and the public; 11. Keep abreast of all material undertakings and activities of the Company and all material external factors affecting the Company and to ensure that processes and systems are in place to ensure that myself and management of the Company are adequately informed; 12. Ensure that the Directors are properly informed and that sufficient information is provided to the Board to enable the Directors to form appropriate judgments; 13. Ensure the integrity of all public disclosure by the Company; 14. In concert with the Chairman, to develop Board agendas; 15. Request that special meetings of the Board be called when appropriate; 16. In concert with the Chairman, to determine the date, time and location of the annual meeting of shareholders and to develop the agenda for the meeting; 17. Sit on committees of the Board where appropriate as determined by the Board; and 18. Abide by specific internally established control systems and authorities, to lead by personal example and encourage all employees to conduct their activities in accordance with all applicable laws and the Company's standards and policies, including its environmental, safety and health policies


2009 to 2010

 

IEAI

 

Engineering

 

Chief Engineer

 

• Involved in Leading Stress & Design review, FEM Modeling analysis of Bombardier Global Express Jet 9352. Modification of Crew Rest, Aft Bulk head, Divan, Closet, Sideledges, Interiors. • Provides technical support and guidance to the engineers and designers. • Supports Bid and proposal work with system block diagrams, hour estimates, and task listings. • Ensures that each individual is qualified and fully trained for the task to which each is assigned. • Regularly reviews the performance of the group and make corrective actions for individuals with performance issues • Performs finite element modeling and classical stress analysis on aircraft Structures, systems and interiors and reviews the same work from others.

2008 to 2009

 

BaySys Technologies (NASA GSFC)

 

NASA Goddard Space Center

 

Head of Flight Science (Manager)

 

• Performs finite element modeling and classical stress analysis on aircraft Structures, systems and interiors and reviews the same work from others. • Reviews and approved other forms of analysis, such as heat loads, electrical loads, environmental control system flow, fluid flow, icing, damage tolerance, and fatigue. • Manages the project Flight Science budgets and schedules. • Assigns duties to Flight Sciences Engineering group personnel. • Plans manpower requirements for current and future projects. • Selects candidates for interviewing with the group. Interviews and makes recommendations for hire. • Establishes relationships with outside service providers that can perform mechanical engineering work for BaySys. Communicates requirements, negotiates purchase order terms, and requests purchase orders from the Purchasing department as required. • Provides technical support and guidance to the engineers and designers. • Supports Bid and proposal work with system block diagrams, hour estimates, and task listings. • Ensures that each individual is qualified and fully trained for the task to which each is assigned. • Regularly reviews the performance of the group and make corrective actions for individuals with performance issues.


2007 to 2008

 

Heath Tecna Inc

 

Engineering

 

Senior Stress Engineer

 

• Involved in Qantas Airlines Airbus A330 detailed design and stress analysis of Crew Rest, finite element modeling of Partition Stowage using FEMAP, designing using solidworks, Interface load calculation and stress report generation. • Involved in A330 Qantas Airlines new design of centreline class divider using solidworks and stress analysis using FEMAP, Interface load generation and detailed stress report for Airbus, Germany. • Involved in stress analysis of Console for A330-200, Finite Element Modeling using FEMAP and stress report generation for Airbus, Germany. • Involved in detail stress analysis of curtain header for A330-200, FEM modeling using FEMAP, Interface load calculation for same and detail stress report creation. • Involved in Air Canada A330-300 stress analysis of Raceway Installation, MCUs and Floor rework modification. Detail weight and load analysis, stress analysis by hand calculation and stress report generation. • Involved in Raceway Testing for Air Canada A330 Airbus under -35 Degree C Cold Soak test and certification of same with Transport Canada and FAA. Conducted and witnessed of Static centre Room temperature Test, Static compression test, Impact test for high heel load of 170 lbs under cold soak condition and also Impact test under Room Temperature condition, Static Edge test and analysis of Wire shield assembly for Edge test.


2004 to 2007

 

Boeing Company

 

IRC

 

Senior Structural Analyst Engineer

 

• Involved in Program involving 777, 737, 747, 757, 767 Lowered Ceiling Group, manpower resourcing for stress and Design team, distribution of work hours, risk assessment and ensuring timely completion of the project, budgetary allocation for the project hours, involved in major and minor classifications. • Involved in new SIA 777-300ER, First Class & Business Class Lowered Ceiling Panel Finite Element Modeling using Patran and Analysis using Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. • Involved in SIA 777-300ER, First Class & Business Class Outboard Ceiling Panel Finite Element modeling and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. • Involved in new 777-200 ANZ Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet. • Involved in new 777-200 KAL Door 1 Right Hand Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Stress Analysis Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet. • Involved in new 767 Large Cargo Freighter Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Stress Analysis Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet. • Involved in preparing sustaining Stress Analysis notes for 777, 767, 747, 737 Ceiling Panels, Sidewalls, Closets, Partitions. • Involved with Structural Analysis of 777, 767, 757 cabin interiors and overhead stowages of Boeing Aircraft. • Involved with Aircraft material testing of structural panels. • Handling the Aircraft on Ground (AOG) tasks efficiently and to the utmost satisfaction of Boeing Technical Services and Airlines Customers. • Involved with material replacement from Carbon Graphite to Fiberglass for 737-900 Sidewall Panel .Use of new fiberglass has better Abuse load carrying capacity with slight reduction in weight. • Finite Element Analysis of Actuation system for 777, 747, 737 Landing Gear systems using MSC Nastran and modeling using MSC Patran. Fatigue & Damage Tolerance analysis using the resultant peak stresses generated from the model • Involved in Finite Element Modeling of Landing Gear Main Piston rod and Rod end using MSC Patran and Analysis using MSC Marc. • Involved in generating the loads for fatigue analysis for the component. • Involved in Finite Element Modeling of Moveable OutBoard Fairings of Trailing Edge section of Flaps. Interference Load generation. • Involved in forecasting, scheduling and distribution of the work for Section49 for Dreamliner 787 Aircraft, involved in risk management analysis and ensuring that the project meets it deadline with Design, Development and Testing of Main Landing Gear Door section. • Design, Development and Testing of Main Landing Gear Door section 49 for Dreamliner Boeing 787 Aircraft. Debugging and running analysis of Central Hinge section. • Non linear analysis of Uplock for MLGD Door section for 787-7 and use of gap contact elements using Patran & Nastran. • Supporting and coordinating BDC team with running Final release of Section 49 Door section.

2002 to 2003

 

Hyde Group Limited

 

Engineering

 

Stress Engineer

 

• Stress analyses on numerous wing box related jobs in coordination with the Design Engineering, Test Engineering, Durability and Damage Tolerance, and Stress Liaison Engineering. Involve in projects such as Integrally Machined Monolithic Centre Spar, Monolithic Rear Spar and Centre Spar Close-out Panels, Flaps, Hinges to Rear Spar Upper Attachments (Stud Bolts), Fastener Reduction Program, and Monolithic Bulkhead Caps. • Involved in Fatigue analysis of Landing Gear system with Embraer aircraft in various position like stow, tilt and pre flight conditions. • Involved in Patran modeling of component of Landing Gear actuation system and analysis under various load cases under Pre Flight condition, ground segment, tilt and stow condition.


2001 to 2002

 

Smeta

 

Engineering

 

Stress Engineering Manager

 

• Involved in Management of Engineering team of Aircraft Design and stress team. • Ensure the performance evaluation and technical training of personnel. • Involved in forecasting schedule of task, major, minor changes of design and also handling contractors and subcontractors involved in the project. • Performed Classical Hand Stress Analysis and prepared the Stress Reports on aircraft modifications and repairs. • Involved in Landing Gear extension and retraction system solutions. • Involved working with subcontractors design teams and regular design review meetings. • Involved in the Integrated Structural Analysis of Aircraft forward deck using Nastran, Patran, ALGOR, JLANALYZER, ANSYS, Auto FEA, Finite Element Modeling and the Fatigue Analysis on wing rear spar repairs. • Creating Stress Report and performing Margin of Safety (MS) and Reserve Factor (RF) calculation.

1996 to 2001

 

Ministry of Defense,Govt of India

 

Engineering

 

Head of Engineering

 

• Leading team of Senior Engineers, Engineers at various levels, ensuring that the projects are completed within stipulated time frame. • Monitoring performance evaluation of team of design and stress Engineers, guiding them for their training program • Ensuring that Forecasting and scheduling of the Project and budget involved with the project. • Involved with contractors and sub contractors to ensure timely completion of the project. • Involved in Definition of Design requirements from: Aircraft level, Systems level i.e. Braking and Steering, Extension and Retraction and Airworthiness Regulations. • Involved in Design Integration – which involved monitoring the vendor design for compliance and requirements and integrating the LG into the Aircraft and associated operating systems. • Involved in Verification / Validation – which involved reviewing and defining all the activities required to qualify/certify that the equipment meets the design objectives i.e. analysis, rig testing and flight testing. • In -service support - investigation of problems with the development of modifications to fix the problems. • Experienced in the internal load and stress analyses pertaining to building aircraft and for modifications or repairs of aircraft structures such as fuselage frames, skin panels, longerons, pressure bulkheads, floor structures, overhead structures; wing spars, ribs, stringers, skin panels; etc • Worked on various aircraft equipment, cabinet, galley, rack, table, seat, antenna, radar installations, etc. • Perform stress analyses on numerous wing box related jobs in coordination with the Design Engineering, Test Engineering, Durability and Damage Tolerance, and Stress Liaison Engineering. Involve in projects such as Integrally Machined Monolithic Centre Spar, Monolithic Rear Spar and Centre Spar Close-out Panels, Flaps, Hinges to Rear Spar Upper Attachments (Stud Bolts), Fastener Reduction Program, and Monolithic Bulkhead Caps. • Responsible for thermal-structural and stress-strain analysis of jet engines by ANSYS and LS-DYNA, its transient effects. Simulation of jet engines destruction by LS-DYNA. Research of machines units plastic deformation processes. • Simulation of gas-dynamic process in ejector systems. Material/cost optimization of machine units by FEA ANSYS. Analyzed (using ANSYS) the transient heat transfer of a turbine rotor during startup and shutdown. Simulated (ANSYS FEA) the transient thermal response of turbine joint (preloaded bolts, interface gaps, transient conditions) during cold emergency startup. Investigated the application of composite materials to propulsion systems. Defended results at Naval design reviews. Verified FEA results by cross-checking with EXCEL spreadsheet calculations. Developed ANSYS finite element models for modal analysis, dynamic response and shock stresses. Interfaced with customers and A/E's regarding turbine mechanical installation issues. Simplified, clarified and standardized turbine mechanical outline drawings. Included convection (impingement and duct flow), radiation and conduction cooling. Optimized cooling designs to maximize component life with minimal cooling flows. Responsible for the heat transfer analysis and cooling flow design of air-cooled gas turbine parts.


Career Accomplishments:
Associations/Societies

• Memberships: Fellow FIE Australia, Fellow RAS (UK) Associate Fellow, Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute, The Royal Aeronautical Society (London, MRAeS), The Aeronautical Society of India (New Delhi, MAeSi), American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics (Sr. MAIAA) • Flying Skills: Pilot in Command experience on Cessna 152 II on dual flight

Licenses/Certifications

• Licenses: Chartered Engineer (Engineering Council-UK), Chartered Scientist (Science Council-UK), Chartered Physicist (IOP-UK), Professional Engineer (NPER), PE (Engineers Australia),Int PE (Aust),APEC Engineer (Aerospace)

Professional Appointments

Judges on Technical Paper Review of AIAA ,USA on Adaptive Structure Technical Committee.

Awards/Recognition

Modern Day Technology Leader Award at BEYA Feb 19,2010 ,Washington DC,USA Fellow of Engineer Australia Award for Leadership on Oct 20,2009 First Ever British Royal Aeronautical Society Cayley Award 2003. Awarded Research Fellowship for Respond Project at ISRO (Mesra). Appointed as a Research Scientist in a Space Division of ISRO. Awarded Scholarship from British Government for MSc (Honours) Advanced Engineering at Sheffield Hallam University for outstanding Academic and Professional Excellence in Aeronautical Engineering.


Publications:
Publications and Patents Summary

He has published three articles in The Aeronautical Society of India, monthly journal.


Consulting Services:
Selected Consulting Examples:
  • • Involved in Program involving 777, 737, 747, 757, 767 Lowered Ceiling Group, manpower resourcing for stress and Design team, distribution of work hours, risk assessment and ensuring timely completion of the project, budgetary allocation for the project hours, involved in major and minor classifications.• Involved in new SIA 777-300ER, First Class & Business Class Lowered Ceiling Panel Finite Element Modeling using Patran and Analysis using Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same.• Involved in SIA 777-300ER, First Class & Business Class Outboard Ceiling Panel Finite Element modeling and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same.• Involved in new 777-200 ANZ Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet.• Involved in new 777-200 KAL Door 1 Right Hand Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Stress Analysis Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet.• Involved in new 767 Large Cargo Freighter Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Stress Analysis Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet.• Involved in preparing sustaining Stress Analysis notes for 777, 767, 747, 737 Ceiling Panels, Sidewalls, Closets, Partitions.• Involved with Structural Analysis of 777, 767, 757 cabin interiors and overhead stowages of Boeing Aircraft.• Involved with Aircraft material testing of structural panels.• Handling the Aircraft on Ground (AOG) tasks efficiently and to the utmost satisfaction of Boeing Technical Services and Airlines Customers.• Involved with material replacement from Carbon Graphite to Fiberglass for 737-900 Sidewall Panel .Use of new fiberglass has better Abuse load carrying capacity with slight reduction in weight.• Finite Element Analysis of Actuation system for 777, 747, 737 Landing Gear systems using MSC Nastran and modeling using MSC Patran. Fatigue & Damage Tolerance analysis using the resultant peak stresses generated from the model • Involved in Finite Element Modeling of Landing Gear Main Piston rod and Rod end using MSC Patran and Analysis using MSC Marc. • Involved in generating the loads for fatigue analysis for the component.• Involved in Finite Element Modeling of Moveable OutBoard Fairings of Trailing Edge section of Flaps. Interference Load generation.• Involved in forecasting, scheduling and distribution of the work for Section49 for Dreamliner 787 Aircraft, involved in risk management analysis and ensuring that the project meets it deadline with Design, Development and Testing of Main Landing Gear Door section.• Design, Development and Testing of Main Landing Gear Door section 49 for Dreamliner Boeing 787 Aircraft. Debugging and running analysis of Central Hinge section.• Non linear analysis of Uplock for MLGD Door section for 787-7 and use of gap contact elements using Patran & Nastran.• Supporting and coordinating BDC team with running Final release of Section 49 Door section.
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Involved in FAA certification on FAR 23 & FAR 25 besides Test witness Testing on Panel Pin and Panel Insert coupon FAA Approved testing under STC projects of A340 & Boeing 777 VIP Programmes.
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International Experience:
Years   Country / Region   Summary
1996 to 2001   India   • Leading team of Senior Engineers, Engineers at various levels, ensuring that the projects are completed within stipulated time frame. • Monitoring performance evaluation of team of design and stress Engineers, guiding them for their training program • Ensuring that Forecasting and scheduling of the Project and budget involved with the project. • Involved with contractors and sub contractors to ensure timely completion of the project. • Involved in Definition of Design requirements from: Aircraft level, Systems level i.e. Braking and Steering, Extension and Retraction and Airworthiness Regulations. • Involved in Design Integration – which involved monitoring the vendor design for compliance and requirements and integrating the LG into the Aircraft and associated operating systems. • Involved in Verification / Validation – which involved reviewing and defining all the activities required to qualify/certify that the equipment meets the design objectives i.e. analysis, rig testing and flight testing. • In -service support - investigation of problems with the development of modifications to fix the problems. • Experienced in the internal load and stress analyses pertaining to building aircraft and for modifications or repairs of aircraft structures such as fuselage frames, skin panels, longerons, pressure bulkheads, floor structures, overhead structures; wing spars, ribs, stringers, skin panels; etc • Worked on various aircraft equipment, cabinet, galley, rack, table, seat, antenna, radar installations, etc. • Perform stress analyses on numerous wing box related jobs in coordination with the Design Engineering, Test Engineering, Durability and Damage Tolerance, and Stress Liaison Engineering. Involve in projects such as Integrally Machined Monolithic Centre Spar, Monolithic Rear Spar and Centre Spar Close-out Panels, Flaps, Hinges to Rear Spar Upper Attachments (Stud Bolts), Fastener Reduction Program, and Monolithic Bulkhead Caps.
2001 to 2002   Russia   Stress Engineering Manager • Involved in Management of Engineering team of Aircraft Design and stress team. • Ensure the performance evaluation and technical training of personnel. • Involved in forecasting schedule of task, major, minor changes of design and also handling contractors and subcontractors involved in the project. • Performed Classical Hand Stress Analysis and prepared the Stress Reports on aircraft modifications and repairs. • Involved in Landing Gear extension and retraction system solutions. • Involved working with subcontractors design teams and regular design review meetings. • Involved in the Integrated Structural Analysis of Aircraft forward deck using Nastran, Patran, ALGOR, JLANALYZER, ANSYS, Auto FEA, Finite Element Modeling and the Fatigue Analysis on wing rear spar repairs. • Creating Stress Report and performing Margin of Safety (MS) and Reserve Factor (RF) calculation.
2002 to 2003   United Kingdom   • Stress analyses on numerous wing box related jobs in coordination with the Design Engineering, Test Engineering, Durability and Damage Tolerance, and Stress Liaison Engineering. Involve in projects such as Integrally Machined Monolithic Centre Spar, Monolithic Rear Spar and Centre Spar Close-out Panels, Flaps, Hinges to Rear Spar Upper Attachments (Stud Bolts), Fastener Reduction Program, and Monolithic Bulkhead Caps. • Involved in Fatigue analysis of Landing Gear system with Embraer aircraft in various position like stow, tilt and pre flight conditions. • Involved in Patran modeling of component of Landing Gear actuation system and analysis under various load cases under Pre Flight condition, ground segment, tilt and stow condition.
2004 to   USA   • Involved in Program involving 777, 737, 747, 757, 767 Lowered Ceiling Group, manpower resourcing for stress and Design team, distribution of work hours, risk assessment and ensuring timely completion of the project, budgetary allocation for the project hours, involved in major and minor classifications. • Involved in new SIA 777-300ER, First Class & Business Class Lowered Ceiling Panel Finite Element Modeling using Patran and Analysis using Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. • Involved in SIA 777-300ER, First Class & Business Class Outboard Ceiling Panel Finite Element modeling and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. • Involved in new 777-200 ANZ Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet. • Involved in new 777-200 KAL Door 1 Right Hand Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Stress Analysis Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet. • Involved in new 767 Large Cargo Freighter Closet Finite Element Modeling using Patran & Stress Analysis Nastran and generating PLS Transmittal for Interface Loads for same. Preparing Stress Analysis notes for RH Closet. • Involved in preparing sustaining Stress Analysis notes for 777, 767, 747, 737 Ceiling Panels, Sidewalls, Closets, Partitions. • Involved with Structural Analysis of 777, 767, 757 cabin interiors and overhead stowages of Boeing Aircraft. • Involved with Aircraft material testing of structural panels. • Handling the Aircraft on Ground (AOG) tasks efficiently and to the utmost satisfaction of Boeing Technical Services and Airlines Customers. • Involved with material replacement from Carbon Graphite to Fiberglass for 737-900 Sidewall Panel .Use of new fiberglass has better Abuse load carrying capacity with slight reduction in weight. • Finite Element Analysis of Actuation system for 777, 747, 737 Landing Gear systems using MSC Nastran and modeling using MSC Patran. Fatigue & Damage Tolerance analysis using the resultant peak stresses generated from the model • Involved in Finite Element Modeling of Landing Gear Main Piston rod and Rod end using MSC Patran and Analysis using MSC Marc. • Involved in generating the loads for fatigue analysis for the component. • Involved in Finite Element Modeling of Moveable OutBoard Fairings of Trailing Edge section of Flaps. Interference Load generation. • Involved in forecasting, scheduling and distribution of the work for Section49 for Dreamliner 787 Aircraft, involved in risk management analysis and ensuring that the project meets it deadline with Design, Development and Testing of Main Landing Gear Door section. • Design, Development and Testing of Main Landing Gear Door section 49 for Dreamliner Boeing 787 Aircraft. Debugging and running analysis of Central Hinge section. • Non linear analysis of Uplock for MLGD Door section for 787-7 and use of gap contact elements using Patran & Nastran. • Supporting and coordinating BDC team with running Final release of Section 49 Door section.

Language Skills:
Foreign Language   Description
English   Fluent and have different accent as per demand of work where it is performed.
Russian   Fluent user of Russian language used in Russian Federation with job as Manager
Hindi   Studied in High School as academic subject
Bengali   Studied in High School as academic subject

Market Research:
Professional Engineer involved as Chief Engineer on Dreamliner program implementing CCPM in this program, involved with resourcing and accomplishment of Flight Test on 787 Program, ensuring that tasks are completed as per schedule and keep down the cost within range.

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Additional Skills and Services:
Training/Seminars

• Courses: Unix, C, Fortran, Auto Cad, Wordstar, FEM, Catia 5V, Pro E, Algor, Nastran, Patran, Ansys, Hand Calculation, Abaqus • Training: MSC Nastran/MSC Patran training by MSC Software for Boeing, CATIA V5 training by Dassault, Stream Designing, modeling and Analysis training by Boeing, ENOVIA training by Boeing

Supplier and Vendor Location and Selection

Has been involved with Suppliers like Quest Global at Heath Tecna,BDC Moscow on Boeing programmes,Infotech,KHI and Aeronova on Boeing 787 Program as Chief Engineer.

Other Skills and Services

Pilot in Command experience on Cessna 152 II on dual flight


 

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