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Will travel 15 miles

$40 per hour.

4.83 87 ratings

I was a C level engineering manager for GE, and named engineer of the year. I have taught engineering heat transfer, thermodynamics, physics, renewable energy (solar & wind) courses at college. I have an active web based geothermal design course that I developed for Heat Spring Learning Institute. I am a Ph.D. in physics, and I have taught physics, engineering, and solar energy courses at the college level. My work background has been focused on product development in the energy area, including renewable resources, battery development, and geothermal energy storage. I can relate to the chal [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$45 per hour.

0.0 0 ratings

I've written computational fluid dynamics codes in order to solve for the fluid flow and heat transfer in rarefied gas dynamics of microchannel flows, rising gas bubbles in fluid tanks etc. I analyze and design fluid-film bearings using ANSYS Mechanical and Fluent computer programs. I've taught Statics, C++ and Fortran, Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer at various universities. Can help in computer modeling, programming, general engineering courses, math and physics. I am also a Professional Engineer. I've done tutoring when I was a graduate student myself and understand that the class time is [more]

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 9 ratings

I am an associate professor in Mechanical Engineering department. My specialty is in dynamics and control, so I can tutor is mechanical engineering subjects such as statics, dynamics, vibrations, system dynamics, and control. I have a PhD from Georgia Institute of Technology and a degree in Aerospace Engineering from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. I am a university engineering professor with over 11 years of teaching experience. I can tutor in a variety of subjects including General Math, Algebra, Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, and Physics. My preferable teaching hours are in t [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

During my PhD Studies I have been a teaching assistant for different Engineering departments, planning lessons, grading and having office hours and tutoring times. I worked for the Mechanical Engineering Department the first year of my PhD, covering different classes during the Fall, Spring and Summer semesters. I am currently building a tutoring program for the undergraduate students at Villanova, where I will help them improve their grades and help them to understand the concepts in some of their classes. [more]

Will travel 25 miles

$65 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

I graduated from Rutgers COE magna cum laude with a BS in Mechanical and Aerospace engineering in 2008. Since then I have worked as a mechanical engineer at The Boeing Company. During my 8+ years working for the company I've worked several different roles, including Design engineer, Structural Analysis engineer, and project lead. I'm Andrew. I graduated with highest honors (magna cum laude) with a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering. I have always been passionate about Math & Science. I have experience working as a mechanical engineer for The Boeing Company, where I to [more]

Will travel 35 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

I am a professionally licensed practicing mechanical engineer with 40 years experience. I have worked with design and analysis as well as project management. I have worked in the pharmaceutical, chemical, aerospace consulting industries. I have done graduate work in mechanical engineering as well as having 40 hours of Professional Development Hours I am a long-time professional mechanical engineer with experience in various industries. I have been responsible for design and analysis or capital machinery, facilities in controlled industries like pharmaceuticals and food service industries. I a [more]

Will travel 10 miles

$35 per hour.

4.53 19 ratings

I have a Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering. Although my specialties are dynamics and control, students can expect competence from me in nearly every course in a Mechanical Engineering curriculum. Statics - most of the course is summation of forces = zero, summation of moments = zero Dynamics - most of the course is summation of forces = mass * acceleration, summation of moments = moment of inertia * rotational acceleration Vibration - equations of motion of lumped spring-mass-damper systems Thermodynamics - First and Second laws, relationships between Temperature, Work and Heat, entropy He [more]

Will travel 40 miles

$40 per hour.

4.2 15 ratings

I have finished my Master's in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Delaware with my thesis in the area of Computational Fluid Dynamics and am now working as a Mechanical Engineering Intern in the "Computational Fluid Dynamics" field. I have achieved "A" grades in the graduate level "Fluid Mechanics" and "Heat Transfer" courses. During the Master's degree, I have also functioned as a teaching assistant for the courses "Statics" and "Materials Engineering". A highly effective and patient tutor with a penchant for all things computational. I functioned as a teaching assistant during the [more]

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