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  1. 1. CDR Report Sample for Aeronautical Engineers Components: • 3 Career Episodes • 1 Summary Statement • 1 CPD www.cdrreport.com +61 488-850-927 info@cdrreport.com www.cdrreport.com
  2. 2. Project Names of Career Episodes 01 02 Design and Analysis of Main Rotor Blade of Helicopter with Maximum All-Up-Weight of 1500 kg 02 Analysis on a convective cooling method using stator blade 02 Process of Calculating Flow Through a C-D Nozzle www.cdrreport.com
  3. 3. Career Episode Report 1 “Design and Analysis of Main Rotor Blade of Helicopter with Maximum All-Up-Weight of 1500 kg” www.cdrreport.com Introduction: In first career episode, the author describes the project he did when he was enrolled in the 4-year bachelor 's program at C.M engineering College. This career episode is based on his graduation project named as; “Design and Ana lysis of Main Rotor Blade of Helicopter with Maximum All-Up-Weight of 1500 kg”. Background: The main objective of this project was to design the rotor system of the helicopter to provide it with the lift. The scope of the project involved the sizing of helicopter rotor wing with provided specifications. For the light utility helic opter, the All-Up-Weight was kept at 1500 kg, the range was 550 km, endurance of 3.2 hrs, a service ceiling of 5500 m, an d cruising speed of 205 kmph. The designing and analysis process was carried out using UNIGRAPHICS and ANSYS. During the time, the responsibilities of the author were to: • Conduct a thorough research to start the designing of main rotor blade • Performing a detailed analysis along with the aerodynamics group • Creating drawing and designs for the rotary wing • Working at the rotary wing design and research center of the department • Designing the rotor blade using a software after getting proper training
  4. 4. Career Episode Report 2 “Analysis on a convective cooling method using stator blade” www.cdrreport.com Introduction: In second career episode, the author explains the engineering skills he used when he was completing his Bachelor o f Technology in Aeronautical engineering. This career episode is based on his graduation project named as; “Analysis on a convecti ve cooling method using stator blade. Background Surface cooling of state blade is very important for the blade life because the inlet temperature produced by the burn ing fuel in turbine gas engine was beyond the melting point of the blade material. Therefore, in this project, a study was carried o ut on different turbine blade cooling methods. The scope of this project was to study and conduct analysis on the best cooling me thod like convective heat transfer for the slow speed engines, as their abundant availability of high-pressure cooling air as a coola nt, to cool the turbine blade and the analysis of various methods to increase the cooling effectiveness. In this project, I used a stat or blade with a twist of 45 in its angle supplying the air through the surface of stator blade material by using convection cooling m ethod. Hence the stator blade analysis was carried out by commercial CFD/CFX package. During the time, the responsibilities of the author were to: • Developing and implementing the timeline to reach the goals. • Arranging various meetings between supervisor and team members. • Supervising the work done by the group members and finished the project in required duration. • Preparing progress report of the project on the weekly basis and giving the presentation to the supervisor and the head of the department to explain my weekly work. • Performing cost estimation and supervising the materials in use.
  5. 5. Career Episode Report 3 “Process of Calculating Flow Through a C-D Nozzle” www.cdrreport.com Introduction: In third career episode, the author explains the engineering skills he used when he was enrolled in the 4-ye ar bachelor's program. This career episode is based on his graduation project named as; “Process of Calculating Flow Thr ough a C-D Nozzle”. Background: Main objective of this project was to overcome the damages created by the airflow on the turbine blades u sing sustainable cooling methods. We were struck implementing a reliable solution while carrying out various convection cooling techniques. After thorough research, tried out every existing technique such as film cooling, impingement coolin g and transpiration cooling, and then finally came up with an idea of twisting the turbine blades up to 45-degree angle, w hich was the final remedy we found for this drawback and executed positively. During the time, the responsibilities of the author were to: • Designing a task chart for this project and assigning dates to complete the project within given time frame • Coordinating with the supervisor to discuss the initial steps of this project • Got training on ANSYS Fluent software • Managing the team members and supervising their activities • Calculating the parameters for the nozzle and plotted points of the graphs
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