In this blog I’m going to try to simplify Thermodynamics for all.Thermodynamics is a concept or a way of application or doing things, crucially it’s more of an engineering tool used to explain processes that involve change in temperature, transformation of energy from one form to another. Thermodynamics is simply put as the relationship between heat and work. If you look at the name, Thermo – heat; dynamics – constant change in movement i.e. work.Thermodynamics quiet literally means heat and how it operates/responds in ever changing situations environments & theSEE DETAILS
Aeronautic Engineer Honours Graduate (U.K).
Have you ever had a call five times a day asking for a status update on how your job search is going? Then sounding incredulous that not much has changed since the last phone call? That’s my life right now. But I’m hoping that soon my life will revolve around being part your company. The good news is bring allot to the table, let me tell you more… I am looking for a new challenge that will provide me with the opportunity to further develop my skills in aviation and aeronautical engineering that will benefit your organization.
BACHELOR'S DEGREE AERONAUTICAL ENGINEERING
I graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Aeronautic Engineering from the UK, As such i'm looking to gain valuable experience through an internship.
Spend 10 minutes with me and you’ll realize Aviation and Engineering are in my blood. I am adept in product design, testing procedures, and manufacturing optimization. Moreover, while I may not have years of experience I excel at: • Conceptualizing future product and aircraft designs. • Drafting reports and presenting findings. • Conducting experimental and operational product tests. • Developing risk assessment and mitigation plans. • Research and development. I am an individual that relishes problem solving, I have a passion for engineering that goes beyond words. To be a good engineer your mental ability & attitude are your most important asset followed by having analytical skills to solve problems and being a high-level thinker. Having grown up as a boy scout that experience has helped shape me into an ethical individual and taught me proper discipline, respect & how to work with people. I would welcome the opportunity to contribute to your product development and optimization goals. I believe innovation calls for engineers who have their feet firmly planted in the practical world. “Thinking outside the box isn’t enough, one needs to think what they can do with the box”.
Bachelor of Aeronautic Engineering. (Upper Second-Class Honours). UK based univeristy.
Emergency Care Level 3 (First Aid) + Fire safety prevention and management.
2012 / Intern engineer
Worked as a intern engineer under supervision. ( 6 months). Company: Springbok Aviation Services AMO- Johannesburg.
2015 - 2016 / Project Assistant.
Proposal writing, Ict project development, project implementation (1yr 6 months). Company: CFSK (IT NGO) - Nairobi.
2009 - 2010 / Project Assistant
Non Profit Organisation. Managing projects on the ground. ( 2years) Company: KENSA MISSION AGENCY - Johannesburg.
Flight Physiology 69
Basic Aircraft Science 73
Flight Enviroment 70
Intro to Aeronautics & Astronautics 67
Basci Aircraft Elctrical Theory 62
Space Systems Engineering 70
Mech Engineering DSGN 73
So a few weeks ago someone asked me what is aeronautical engineering, being one myself my response to such a question is almost instinctual, I paused for moment to think and I realised the number of areas in aeronautical engineer can work in are vast, therefore the number of fields in which aeronautical engineering can be applied are endless, of the top of my head i.e. flight systems (avionics or glass cockpit), plane design (aerodynamics, AutoCAD), weapons design defence (Denel S.A), propulsion systems and of course plane manufacturing by mySEE DETAILS
A few years ago as walked through the streets of the Joburg CBD to que for a matatu to Bez-valley (suburb) where I grew up one doesn’t have to look far to see the poverty and hopelessness around, today as I sit on the balcony of iHub along Ngong writing this piece on my humble evaluation of the NGO sector I can’t help but wonder, can’t we as Kenyans just get things right. Having worked in the in Kenya, South Africa and having passed through a few Sub Saharan countries,SEE DETAILS
I – used to ride the bus on Saturday mornings where I always sat in the left aisle 2nd last seat at the back looking out the window wondering why on earth am I going to work on a Saturday, and knowing its cause the bosses just want us there even though everyone knows and clearly sees full well there is 0 productivity that happens on Saturday not after yrs of Mon-Fri, and the fact that our office was far from Nairobi that when you look out the window fromSEE DETAILS
Looking to recruit an Engineer, or have a question? Fill out the form below and i will be in touch within 24-48hrs. Phone: +254 711 611 112 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Nairobi, Kenya.