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Ice formation on aircraft affects flight performance and poses a serious threat to the safe operation of aircraft, it has been identified as one of the major external causes of aviation accidents. Ice formation is observed when an aircraft's flight path intersects airspace containing water droplets of various sizes and intensities.
The study would provide a unique insight into the effect of the water film on dynamic ice accretion shape and develop new methodologies to advance existing icing research.
I am well-prepared to align my skill set with scientific research and regulatory changes of aircraft. I have studied vehicular crashworthiness and the domestic and international law of aviation regulations and standards during my PGCert studies, where I have gained technical knowledge of aircraft structure crash testing along with the airbag deployment system. I have researched the impact of helicopter ditching effect within the regulatory parameters using Altairs HyperWorks software. Further, I have conducted my research on noise reduction of high-speed jet flow and Crackle an annoying jet noise source for my BEng degree and postgraduate study. Providing me with a good understanding of noise regulations governing aviation industry and the future possible changes of regulation that might play a vital role in the operational fleet in commercial and general aviation. I have also worked with multiphase flow investigating heavy rainfall and droplet impact on nano particle coated water repellent airfoil surface.