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Resume Updated: 31 Mar 2012
Ali Atashbar Orang
ali_or_aero@yahoo.com http://
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Objective
PhD studentship, I like to continue my graduate studies in one of of the well-known universities in global.
Salary Requirements
Individual expenses
Employment History
Phd candidate
Tabriz - Iran
Education
B.Sc in Mechanical Engineering, Solids Design,Tabriz, Iran
M.Sc in Mechanical Engineering, Thermo-Fluids Tabriz, Iran
PhD Candidate of Aerospace Engineering, Aerodynamics, Tehran, Iran
Skills
Description Proficiency Experience
CFD analysis Advanced 3-5 Years
Aerospace design Intermediate 1-2 Years
Turbulence model development Intermediate <1 Year
Grid generation Intermediate 3-5 Years
Fluid - Structure interaction Intermediate 2-3 Years
Additional Skill Info
FORTRAN Programming, FVM, Compressible and Incompressible Flows Modelling, Having 4 ISI Papers.
References
Dr. S.E. Razavi, Associate Professor
University of Tabriz, Mechanical Engineering Department
razavi@tabrizu.ac.ir

Dr. M. Taebi Rahni, Professor
Sharif University of Technology, Aerospace Engineering Department
taeibi@sharif.ir

Dr. M.T. Shervani Tabar, Professor
University of Tabriz, Mechanical Engineering Department
msherv@tabrizu.ac.ir

Dr. S. Hossainpoor, Associate Professor
Sahand University of Technology, Mechanical Engineering Department
hossainpour@sut.ac.ir

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