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- Aswin
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Aswin Rangswamy, P.E.
Los Angeles, California
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----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dhawal Agarwal." <dhawal.agarwal(--nospam--at)iitb.ac.in>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 20, 2004 3:15 PM
Subject: Summer Internship -Indian Institute of Technology (IIT)


>
> Dear Sir,
>
> I am junior undergraduate student at the Indian Institute of Technology
> (IIT), Bombay. I am currently in the third year of my Bachelor of
> Technology (B. Tech) program at the Department of Civil Engineering. I am
> highly interested in the field of Structural Engineering.
>
> I am very keen to work as an intern for a period of three months during
> the span of May-July 2004. I wanted to know whether you offer any summer
> internship programs for students and if possible can I use this
> opportunity to work with you.
>
> Sir, Kindly go through my projects summary and informations about courses
> undertaken at IIT(Detailed Below) and advise me about my chances of being
> admitted for summer Internship in your research group.I would be glad to
> send you any other information and would welcome any suggestions you may
> like to offer.
>
> Thanking You.
>
> Dhawal Agarwal
> 3rd Year Undergraduate Student,
> Department of Civil Engineering
> IIT Bombay
> India
>
>
>
> Project Summary:
>
> .I have completed a research project titled "Finite element based
> techniques for  non-linear Analyses of membranes with wrinkles under
> dynamic conditions" sponsored by  Indian Space Research Organization
> (ISRO) at Indian Institute of Science (IISc),  Bangalore under the
> guidance of Ass. Prof. Debasish Roy from May 20 2004 to July 2  2004. In
> the above mention project I spent some time for understanding the
> mechanics  of formations of wrinkles in membranes and dealing with
> techniques for the removal of  ill conditioning in the system equations,
> which describe membrane deformations.
>
>
> .As a part of the project work assigned during the 'Civil Engineering
> Drawing' course  we submitted a paper on construction of a residential
> building. During the project  work I learnt principles of planning,
> relation of frame work details, floors and  roofing systems, masonry, load
> bearing and non-load bearing walls, working drawings of  building using
> AUTOCAD 2004, quantity surveying and estimating the cost of residential
> building, specifications and analysis of rates.
>
>
> IMPORTANT COURSES TAKEN
>
> .Introduction to civil engineering: rudiments of structural engineering,
> soil mechanics, GPS, GIS, Hydraulics engineering.
>
> .Mathematics-I, Riemann integral and the fundamental theorem of integral
> calculus.Approximate integration. Partial derivatives, Lagrange
> multipliers. Exact differentials
>
> .Mathematics-II, Vector fields, surface integrals, line integrals,
> independence of path, conservative fields, divergence, curl, Green's
> theorem, Transformations, Invariance of divergence and curl, Vector
> spaces. Inner products
>
> .Mathematics-III, differential equations, Ordinary linear differential
> equations of nth order, operator method, Methods of undetermined
> coefficients and variation of parameters.
>
> .Civil Engineering Drawing on AutoCAD 2002, in which we were required to
> work on 2D as  well as 3D models.
>
> .Structural mechanics, Analysis of statically determinate structures,
> cable structures, paneled structures, arches, suspension bridges.
>
>
> COURSES (CURRENTLY UNDERTAKING)
>
> 1 Structural Mechanics II
> 2 Design of Structures I
> 3 Fluid Mechanics III (Open Channel Flow)
> 4 Soil Mechanics I
> 5 Design Laboratory I
> 6 Geology
>
>
> SOFTWARE PROFICIENCY
>
> Programming languages: BASIC, C, C++, JAVA and FORTRAN 90
> Scripting Languages  : HTML, DHTML
> Platform             : DOS, WINDOWS, UNIX, Linux, SOLARIS
> Packages used        : AutoCAD, MATLAB, and ANSYS
>
>
>
>
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