ESP Biography

MAYANK AGARWAL, MIT Grad School Graduate 2009

Major: ESD - Supply Chain Management

College/Employer: Boston Strategies International

Year of Graduation: 2009

Picture of Mayank Agarwal

Brief Biographical Sketch:

Love to read, travel, play tennis, and cook
Engineering degrees: bachelors and masters
Business degree: masters in supply chain management
6 years of work experience with aircraft engines
Prior experience with similar teaching programs
TA at University of Michigan

Past Classes

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E4016: Aircraft Jet Engines in Splash! 2010 (Nov. 20 - 21, 2010)
Come find out how large and fast military jets and commercial airline are powered. There will be no equations or theory. Just conversations and class discussions. This class was taught last year also 3 hrs, but this year it has been shortened to 2 hours.

E2651: Aircraft Jet Engine in Splash! 2009 (Nov. 21 - 22, 2009)
This is going to be a FUN class - I promise!!! Very few equations or Math. Lots of videos and pictures. I have 6 years of experience working with jet engines in the industry. The purpose is to generate awareness for the technology and science and aviation in general. Engines are the powerhouses that help the planes take-off, keep them afloat, make them blast at speeds over Mach 2 (2 times the speed of sound) and provide auxiliary power for the cabin. Learn the basic thermo and mechanical principles of a jet engine.

Aircraft Jet Engines - Where Physics Meets Engineering in HSSP (2010)
How do aircraft engines work and what can be done to make them more powerful and more energy efficient. General ...