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Resume Updated: 31 Mar 2010
Saurav Mitra
Tel: 612 2270067 Fax:
111 Church St S.E.

CFD Research/Applications Engineer
Salary Requirements
60,000 USD p.a.
Employment History
Research Assistant 08/15/2004-01/15/2009
University of Minnesota
Developed a computational tool to model and simulate the formation of deuterium-oxide nanoparticles, the fluid-particle interactions, and the fluid-particle chemistry in Laval nozzle supersonic flows. Designed, developed and implemented a parallel programming framework (deployed 3-D Domain Decomposition) for computationally intensive simulations reducing computation time/cost per processor by 20%. Investigated the growth of nanoparticles in 3-dimensional turbulent reacting planar jets through direct numerical simulation.
Research Assistant 08/15/2002-08/15/2004
Syracuse University
Implemented and integrated a model for air-borne contaminant transport and studied the effects of local climate of different types of zones and sub-zones, such as rooms (zonal), cubicles (sub-zones), corridors (inter-zones) with the associated heating,ventilation and air-conditioning systems in Environmental Quality Systems group. Designed and implemented computationally less intensive analytical tools for simulating contaminant transport and related multiphase flows in NYSTAR group.
Research Fellow 05/05/2001-02/02/2002
Formulated the governing criterion for stability of swept-back wings of Boeing airplanes. A theoretical treatise of the problem led to quantification of the sweep-back angles of the wings and their associated fluid-dynamic stabilizing and destabilizing effects due to the formation of boundary layers. Taking into account of the variation of Reynolds number scaling along the span of the wing, a set of modified partial differential equations were derived and solved numerically to analyze the effects of sweep-back angles and thereby fluid-dynamic stability.
MS(Mechanical) University of Minnesota,USA
MS(Aersopace) Syracuse University,USA
BE(Mechanical) Birla Institute of Technology,India
Description Proficiency Experience
Solver development Expert >5 Years
Physical model development Expert >5 Years
CFD analysis Expert >5 Years
Post processing Expert >5 Years
Grid generation Expert >5 Years
Additional Skill Info
Turbulent physics, Aerosol physics,HVAC
Sean Garrick,Associate Professor, University of Minnesota
Paul Strykowski,Professor,University of Minnesota
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