English United States, Korean
Education & Experience:
Work Authorization & Relocation:
Masters in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: India, Singapore Present Location: Singapore, Singapore Relocation: United States, Canada, United States
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am working as a Stability and Tonnage Specialist surveyor in the Design Support department of a renowned Classification Society based in Singapore.
My work encompasses stability appraisals (Intact and Damage) of newbuildings ranging from tugs and offshore supply vessels to cement and bulk carriers and submersible barges. I am also involved with ship conversions. Issuance of tonnage certificate, freeboard assignments based in IMO regulations and codes are also part of my job scope.
I have a flair for learning new techniques and applying them in the course of my work. I believe that hard work, commitment and creativity are the key to a successful future
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Lloyd’s Register Asia (December 2005 – Present )
1. Modeling and stability(Intact and Damage Stability) appraisal of Tankers, Bulk Carriers, Cement Carriers, Offshore Supply Vessels, Tugs, Rescue and Research Vessels, Patrol Boats, Barges/pontoons.
2. Conversion VLCC to VLOC, tanker double hull conversion, Bulk – Cement carrier conversion.
3. Modeling and stability analysis using SEASAFE, GStab and NAPA.
4. Approval of Loading Instruments.
5. Knowledge of SOLAS, MARPOL, IMO Regulations and resolutions.
6. Carried out Longitudinal strength analysis using SEASAFE.
7. Loadline and International and Suez Tonnage calculation.
8. Authorized for approval of stability manuals, issuance of Tonnage certificates and Freeboard.
9. Liaise with shipyard and clients on technical issues.
10. Able to interpret structural drawings.
Korean Register (July 2005 – October 2005 )
1. Involved in Parametric Rolling studies in Korean Register.
2. Developed basic C++ program to predict occurrence of Parametric roll in ships.
3. Working in fields related to IACS, SOLAS regulations.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
1. Master’s in Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering from Chosun University, Korea, with a GPA of 4.38/4.5.
2. Final year Masters Thesis, “A study on the Stern Design of a 200,000m3 LNG Carrier”. The aim of the project was to study the effect of the change in wave profile and resistance by changing the stern profile in very large LNG Carriers. Study was carried out using the CFD program SHIPFLOW.
3. B. Tech in Naval Architecture and Ship Building: Graduated with Honours from the Department of Ship Technology, CUSAT, India. Major subjects-Hydrodynamics, Ship Stability, Ship Structural design
4. Final year Undergraduate Thesis, “Design of a, 26000 t deadweight, 17 knot Bulk Carrier”. This project involved the design of the ship from the basic principles. It includes the initial G.A., Resistance and Powering and Midship design.
1. Industrial training at Cochin Shipyard Limited for the years 2001 and 2002, in the Design Office, Outfit and Hull Shop.
2. Industrial training at Hooghly Dock and Port Engineers, Calcutta, India.
3. Final year project- Design of a 26000t dwt 17 knot speed Bulker. Familiar with classification rules and regulations.
4. Initial Design of Leisure Catamaran.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
1. Sound working knowledge of stability and global strength analysis program SEASAFE and GStab.
2. Working knowledge in AutoCad, MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint). Attended an Autodesk certified course for 1 month.
3. Familiar with hydrostatics software NAPA, GHS, structural software NASTRAN and programming software C++.
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]