I received enormous support and encouragement from my supervisor and PhD students throughout my dissertation.
KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) Associate with Teesside University and PSI Global Limited
Manchester is a vibrant, multi-cultured, student oriented and popular city, and was a definite choice for me to pursue my post graduate study as it checked most of my requirements. In addition to this, the Aerospace Engineering MSc at The University of Manchester had a wide variety of course units rather than generic aerospace engineering course units. Not only did this allow me to further refine my attention to specific areas but also enabled me to choose what interests me the most about Aerospace Engineering.
The career services provided by the university are excellent. A couple of weeks into the course I signed up for the Careerslink, through which I was updated on full-time and part-time jobs. CV clinics, careers fairs and mock psychometric tests organised by the university aided and eased the tedious process of job application.
I enjoyed working on my dissertation on computation of turbine blade cooling passages. During this time I had the opportunity to learn ANSYS FLUENT, a commercial CFD software packages. Further, I was able to put my knowledge on the learnt Computational Fluid Dynamics course unit to test. I received enormous support and encouragement from my supervisor and PhD students throughout my dissertation.
Currently, I work as a KTP (Knowledge Transfer Partnership) Associate with Teesside University and PSI Global Limited in the North East of England. PSI Global Limited are manufacturers of ‘Filtration and Separation’ for the compressor and vacuum industries. I am working to develop a Computational Fluid Dynamics model to predict the performance of the separator in a vacuum pump.