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Resume Updated: 8 Jan 2010
Prashanth Shankara shastrigal
shankara.2@buckeyemail.osu.edu http://
Tel: 614-961-8080 Fax:
167, E Oakland Ave, Columbus, OH, 43201
Objective
I am looking for a career opportunity in the field of CFD where I can contribute effectively with my skills and experience in commercial CFD solvers and industrial turbomachinery design.
Salary Requirements
None
Employment History
Graduate Research Assistant 09/23/2008 - 09/31/2009
The Ohio State University
Columbus, OH, USA
-Department of Energy(DOE) sponsored project titled ‘CFD Simulation & Analysis of Particulate Deposition from Alternate Fuels on Gas Turbine Vanes’, as part of Turbine Heat Transfer & Aerodynamics group -Creation and validation of an UDF(User Defined Function) for a deposition model in FLUENT 6.3.26 using C language & application to GE E3 turbine vane -Delivered an improved deposition model for application to turbine vanes with film cooling
Summer Intern 06/30/2008 - 09/22/2009
Rolls Royce Energy Systems Inc
Mt. Vernon, OH, USA
-Improved surge line prediction of in-house compressor performance prediction program for pipeline centrifugal compressors -New prediction model with simple correlations eliminated predicting lower surge range than test -Developed a correlation for obtaining improved surge range in high flow co-efficient pipeline centrifugal compressors. New correlation improved surge range from ~18% to ~25% in high flow pipeliners -Simple cost-effective solutions eliminated need for changes in design rules, increased profits by offering greater surge range & provided protection against not meeting the sale agreements for pipeline compressors
Education
M.S., Aerospace Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, USA, Dec 2009; GPA – 3.13

B.TECH., Mechanical Engineering, SRM University, Chennai, TN, India, May 2007; GPA - 3.71

Skills
Description Proficiency Experience
C programming Advanced 1-2 Years
Turbomachinery design Intermediate <1 Year
CFD analysis Intermediate 1-2 Years
Grid generation Intermediate 1-2 Years
Aerospace design Beginner <1 Year
Additional Skill Info
-FLUENT, GAMBIT, FIELDVIEW, ANSYS CFX, ANSYS, XFOIL, GASP, CATIA -Experience in Compressor Design packages - PREDIG, COMPAL, Flowpath & CompPerform (RRESI) -Certificate course in AUTOCAD and PRO-E -Computer skills include MATLAB, FORTRAN, MS Office, Windows XP & Unix
References
1) Dr. Jeffery P. Bons
Professor, Aeronautical & Astronautical Engineering
Director, Aeronautical/Astronautical Research Laboratory
The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, U.S.A
Email: bons.2@osu.edu; Ph: 614-247-8414
Relationship: Graduate Advisor

2) Dr. Ali Ameri, Research Scientist
The Ohio State University, Dept. of Aerospace Engineering
Email: ameri.1@osu.edu
Phone: 440-897-9236
Relationship: Research Advisor

3) Mr. John B. Myers
Engineering Technology Manager
Rolls Royce Energy Systems Inc., Mt. Vernon, Oh
Email: john.myers@rolls-royce.com
Phone: 740-393-8842
Relationship: Manager at Internship

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