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Mechanical Engineering Assistant

Location:
Toronto, 08, Canada
Posted:
August 28, 2012

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Mohammad Movassat

****-*** ***** ***. *******, ON, M2N0C1, Canada

Tel: 647-***-****

E-mail: ab8sz2@r.postjobfree.com

C AR EER OBJ ECTIV E

• To obtain a challenging position that allows me to contribute my skills and research experience in

the field of "thermodynamics", "fluid mechanics", "heat transfer", and "multiphase flows"

S UMMARY OF QUA LIFICA TIONS

• Strong theoretical background in thermodynamics, compressible and incompressible fluid

mechanics, heat transfer, multiphase flows, and numerical methods.

• Over six years of high-end research experience in fluid flow solver development, testing,

verification.

• Fluid flows and Multi-phase flows modeling and analysis using in-house (FORTRAN and C++)

and commercial (ANSYS-FLUENT, CFX, and TRANSAT) codes

• Excellent academic performance with GPA (Granted awards/scholarships)

• Advanced knowledge of MS Office softwares.

• Demonstrated strong ability in team work, leadership and decision making

E DUCA TION

PhD Degree in Mechanical Engineering Sep. 2008- Apr. 2012

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada

o Major: Numerical Modeling of Fluid Flows and Multi-phase Flows

MASc Degree in Mechanical Engineering Sep. 2005- Apr. 2007

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada

o Major: Numerical Modeling of Fluid Flows and Multi-phase Flows

BS Degree in Mechanical Engineering Sep. 2001- Aug. 2005

Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

P R OF ES SIONA L EX PERI ENC E

Research Assistant (CFD Analyst) Jan. 2008- Feb. 2012

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Toronto

Multiphase Flow and Spray System Laboratory, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada

o Modeling of fluid flow and heat transfer in spray systems, droplets, and bubbles

subjected to external flows

o Modeling of human inner ear response to a blast impact

o Theoretical study of the multi-phase flow heat transfer and bubble generation modeling in

CANDU reactors

Teaching Assistant 2008-2011

Courses: Fluid Mechanics and Thermodynamics

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, University of Toronto

• Clarified course contents, facilitated students’ learning, and provided constructive feedback

Project Engineer Aug. 2007-Dec. 2007

Computational Fluid Dynamics Lab., Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada

• Breakup length optimization for elliptical nozzles

Research Assistant (CFD Analyst) Sep. 2005- Aug. 2007

Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, Concordia University

Computational Fluid Dynamics Lab., Concordia University, Montreal, QC, Canada

o Modeling of primary atomization of liquid sheets and jets

o Modeling of formation of tiny liquid sheets on the surfaces to study icing phenomenon

o CFD and thermodynamic analysis of internal combustion engines

Teaching Assistant 2005-2007

Courses: Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, and Heat Transfer

Concordia University, Montreal, QC

• Clarified course contents, evaluated course understanding and facilitated tutorials

Engineering Trainee (Internship) July. 2004-Jun. 2005

Behran Filter Co., Tehran, Iran

Research Assistant Jun. 2003- Jun. 2005

University of Tehran, Tehran, Iran

• Zero dimensional modeling of turbocharged SI engines

H ONORS AND A WARDS

• Graduate Fellowship Award, University of Toronto 2008-2012

• Canadian Space Agency Award 2011

o For IAC 2011, Cape Town, South Africa

• Canadian Space Agency Award 2010

o For COSPAR 2010, Bremen, Germany

• Canadian Space Agency Award 2010

o For Workshop on Suborbital Platforms and Nanosatellites,

Saint-Hubert, QC, Canada.

• Graduate Research Assistantship award, Concordia University 2005

• Concordia University Bursary 2006

S P ECIA L SK I LLS

• Microsoft Office Products

• Programming Languages: FORTRAN, C, C++

• Software: ANSYS FLUENT, ANSYS CFX, TRANSAT, GAMBIT, MATLAB, TECPLOT

• Experimental setup: LDV, PDPA, PIV

S ELEC TED PU BLICATIONS

• Book Chapter: N. Ashgriz, M. Movassat, Handbook of Atomization and Sprays, Theory and

Applications, Oscillation of Droplets and Bubbles, pages 125-144, Springer 2011.

• M. Movassat, N. Ashgriz, M. Bussmann, “Chaotic Shape and Translational Dynamics of 2D

Incompressible Bubbles under Forced Vibration in Microgravity”, Journal of Microgravity

Science and Technology, 24, pages 39-51, 2012.



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