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Mechanical Engineer

Plainsboro Township, New Jersey, United States
October 15, 2016

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Joshua Harris

** **** **** *******, ********* Junction, NJ 08550

609-***-**** cell,


Johns Hopkins University Baltimore, MD

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering with Aerospace Concentration May 2016

Coursework: Computer Aided Design, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Differential Equations, Mechanics Based Design, Thermodynamics, Multivariable Calculus, Design and Analysis of Dynamic Systems, Solid Mechanics

Engineering Experience

Research Internship, Princeton University, Dr. Alexander Smits, PhD June 2016 – September 2016

• Drag reduction of a DARPA SUBOFF model using slippery liquid-infused porous surfaces (SLIPS)

• Constructing and testing of a SUBOFF model to be more aerodynamic and water dynamic

• Performing tests on various SLIPS surfaces to measure drag reduction, shear stress, and velocity

• Visualization of the wake formation of swimming fish and SUBOFF models using white light and dye

Consultant, Baltimore Aircoil Company (BAC), JHU Senior Design Project September 2015-May 2016

• With a $12,000 budget from BAC, optimizing their fill by maximizing thermal efficiency and reducing cost

• Constructing a test water cooling tower for continuous thermodynamic and aerodynamic testing of the fills

• Comparing and analyzing aerodynamic pressure drop and heat flux data from test results

Undergraduate Research, Rutgers University, Dr. Haym Benaroya, PhD, PE June 2015-August 2015

• Described, analyzed and solved the equations of motion for tension leg platforms

(TLP) and similar dynamical vibrating structures

• Used the concept of random vibrations to establish and describe ocean wave models

• Used autocorrelation functions to describe random processes and random vibrations

• By use of Fourier transforms, developed spectral density plots to describe the frequency of the TLP as a function of time

• Wrote a technical paper siting findings and results of the proposed TLP model

JHU Design, Build, Fly Team: Aerodynamics Leader, Chief Engineer September 2013-May 2016

• Responsible for the design and assembly of the wing and tail of a remote controlled plane by analyzing Aerodynamic properties such as lift, drag, and airfoil camber

• Writing Matlab code to optimize key aerodynamic properties that fit design constraints and objectives

• Using Creo 3.0 to model and analyze pre-existing airfoils

• Using AVL computer program and CFD to evaluate the aerodynamic and flight-dynamic analysis of the entire plane

• Analyzing CAD models to ensure that the wing and tail are properly sized to the plane

• Repaired all prototypes that crashed or did not meet design constraints

Generosity Water, President of Student Group December 2011- February 2012

• Raised $800 for the organization Generosity Water in order to build wells in Africa

• Educated fellow classmates about the cost and benefits of wells in impoverished African nations


Computer: PTC Creo Elements/Pro 3.0, Solidworks 2014, Matlab, Comsol, Maple, Microsoft Office Language: Intermediate Spanish

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