Mechanical engineer for airborne radar project
Budget $750-1500 CAD
We need a mechanical designer to help build a non-conductive and non-magnetic frame to carry a downward-looking radar system under a helicopter. Primarily fiberglass or FRP construction. No certification is required as the load will be jettisonable, but it does need to have strength and aerodynamic properties estimated. Photos and drawings of wooden prototypes are available. It will be in a horizontal 'X' configuration, with each arm approximately 8 m long.
18 freelancers are bidding on average $1017 for this job
Hello, I am a mechanical engineer with more than 10 years of experience. My experience and knowledge will be very useful in this project. Please feel free to contact me for further discussion. Thanks.
Hi, I hope you are doing fine. I have PhD in mechanical engineering from Tohoku University of Japan. I have published 20 Journal papers and 16 international conference papers. I have a lot of experience in automotive, More
I am a chartered engineer in Australia with more than 18 years of experience in CAD, mechanical engineering, FEA, machine design , and structure engineering
Dear I have carefully reviewed your project description. I am Mechanical designer with 7 years of experience. I have a wealth of experience working on similar projects to design many products and machines. Generally, d More
Hi, I am very interested in your project and I have rich experience in Helicopter designing. I am a good Mechanical/structural Engineer and I am goot at efficient designing and Mechanical/structural analysis. I work i More
Hi, I am a Mechanical engineering would love to work on your project. I am open to any questions or thoughts about the work needed for your great business! Thank you. Mitchell.
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Hi I'm Abhijeet from India. I am a Mechanical Engineer Graduate with 8 Years of experience in CAD and currently working in an automobile company as a senior Engine design head . I usually work in CREO and Solidworks fo More