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Earl A. Kissner 

4579 Paradise Lane

Anaheim, CA 92801

(909) 720-8045




Energetic, forward-looking team player with a solid understanding of mechanical and aerospace engineering. Exceptional working knowledge of CAD drafting, including the ability to analyze data and design models. Motivated team leader with the skills to think laterally to provide solutions, demonstrating sound judgment and decision-making while resolving problems. Excellent oral and written communication skills, with the ability to relate effectively at all levels.


·      Aerodynamics 

·       Gas Dynamics

·       Propulsion

·      CAD Drafting

·       Finite Element Analysis

·       Structural Design & Analysis

·      CFD Analysis 

·     Viscous Flow

·       Engineering Graphics & Design


Advanced skills in AutoCAD 2000/2002, Matlab R12, Ansys V5.5, and FLUENT




CAL TECH — Padadena, CA


Research Assistant (Summer Position)

Reported directly to the Professor for Cal Tech’s Propulsion Research Facility performing research and analysis for a variety of projects; including aerodynamics and data extrapolation.

·       Influential in directing the set-up for solid motor rocket experiment; conceived bed assembly and executed all CAD assignments using AutoCAD.

·       Worked in partnership with assistant professor regarding use of the Waveview software for the new data extrapolation hardware to be used by graduate students; created a step-by-step manual for students on software use.

·       Calculated aerodynamic coefficients for the RTD-1 at different altitudes in order to correlate CFD analysis results, enabling the matching of numbers in Missile Datcom program.

·       Completed CFD analysis on RTD-1 and SPHADS vehicles to establish aerodynamic coefficients and visualize the flow over rocket vehicles, resulting in design recommendations; testing and analysis, was completed in FLUENT.

·       Generated all CAD drawings for experiments, including Solid Rocket Motor (SRM) Safety duct GA/Detailed, SRM, Small Payload High Altitude Delivery System (SPHADS) GA/Detailed, SPHADS 3D, and Rocket Glider Vehicle 3D.




CAL TECH— Pasadena, CA

2001 – 2002


·       Appointed Project Leader for various group projects, leading small groups of 4-6 and assisting team members in troubleshooting activities.

·       Contributed in the design of an International Space Station (ISS) module designed for experimental purposes.  In emergencies, the module had the ability to break away from the ISS and serve as a refuge to crew.

·       Evaluated information from data to develop a CFD model of external flow over a rocket vehicle for thesis project; rocket vehicles were modeled in AutoCAD and interconnected in Gambit, while CFD analysis was conveyed in FLUENT.





Bachelor of Engineering (2002)


Major: Aerospace Engineering



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