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  Ajay Vikram Singh
   
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    My name is Ajay and currently I am working as a Graduate Research Assistant in the Department of mechanical Engineering, University of Maryland College Park, USA. I have obtained my masters' in Aerospace Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur, India. I have a work experience of 2 years in the Research and Development Center of global automotive corporate Renault Nissan. I worked as a Senior Research Engineer in Power train thermo mechanical simulations team of Renault Nissan from June,2008 to June,2010.
     
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    Research and Professional Interests   
    Propulsion and Combustion, Combustion Acoustics & Instabilities, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Powertrain Thermo-mechanical simulations, Experimental Fluid Dynamics, Thermal Turbomachinery.
     
    Education   
    Masters' in Aerospace Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur.
Pursuing PhD in Mechanical Engineering from University of Maryland College Park.
     
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    Academic and Professional Experiences    
    Worked as a Senior Research Engineer in Powertrain CFD team of Renault Nissan from June 2008 to June 2010.
Have experience in Vehicle Aerodynamics, Internal aerodynamics, HVAC, Radio Frequency Analysis, Combustion, Acoustics and Powertrain CFD Analysis.
     
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    The Combustion of Aluminum in Solid Rocket Propellants
Fiber-Optic based Dynamic Pressure sensor for Combustion
Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy A Literature Review
Tunable Thermal Conductivity
     
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