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July 09, 2011, 01:04:33 PM
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I am a recent graduate (BEng 2:1 w/hons) and have some spare time in the evenings to work for BTC if required. I am experienced with CFD and FEA software (Fluent, Gambit, SolidWorks & Abaqus in particular).

Example of work:
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I can also do graphic design (7 years experience with Macromedia/Adobe Fireworks) and video editing (using Sony Vegas - an example of my work: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aZyWvdaMnFE). PM me if you are interested. Thanks  Smiley

EDIT: I am currently working for somebody on this forum and therefore I have no spare time left.
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July 09, 2011, 03:12:31 PM
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I am a recent graduate (2:1 hons) and have some spare time this summer to work on various projects if required. I specialise in CFD and FEA (Fluent, Gambit, SolidWorks & Abaqus in particular) and can send you a sample of my work if you are interested.

Do you have insurance to be practicing engineering or is your work uninsured? Are you licensed/registered?

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July 09, 2011, 03:14:49 PM
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Do you have insurance to be practicing engineering or is your work uninsured? Are you licensed/registered?

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"Engineering in the UK is not a licensed profession. In general, there is no restriction on the right to practice as an engineer in the UK"
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July 09, 2011, 03:26:10 PM
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Do you have insurance to be practicing engineering or is your work uninsured? Are you licensed/registered?

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"Engineering in the UK is not a licensed profession. In general, there is no restriction on the right to practice as an engineer in the UK"

So the answers to my questions would be your work is uninsured and you are not registered with any of the engineering bodies, such as Engineering Council UK, as a Chartered/Incorporated Engineer?
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July 09, 2011, 03:28:07 PM
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Do you have insurance to be practicing engineering or is your work uninsured? Are you licensed/registered?

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"Engineering in the UK is not a licensed profession. In general, there is no restriction on the right to practice as an engineer in the UK"

So the answers to my questions would be your work is uninsured and you are not registered with any of the engineering bodies, such as Engineering Council UK, as a Chartered/Incorporated Engineer?

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July 09, 2011, 11:04:30 PM
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Do you have insurance to be practicing engineering or is your work uninsured? Are you licensed/registered?

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"Engineering in the UK is not a licensed profession. In general, there is no restriction on the right to practice as an engineer in the UK"

So the answers to my questions would be your work is uninsured and you are not registered with any of the engineering bodies, such as Engineering Council UK, as a Chartered/Incorporated Engineer?

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July 10, 2011, 06:21:18 AM
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July 11, 2011, 06:40:51 PM
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What kind of rates would you charge?
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July 11, 2011, 06:48:00 PM
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What kind of rates would you charge?

It depends on the job to be honest... but it won't be expensive (~1 BTC/hour). Send me a message if you are interested.
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July 11, 2011, 07:52:05 PM
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Can you build me a scramjet rocket?  I want to send a probe to the moon and back.

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July 11, 2011, 08:07:30 PM
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Can you build me a scramjet rocket?  I want to send a probe to the moon and back.

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July 11, 2011, 08:54:55 PM
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Can I pay you in moon rock?  One pound at $7,000+ per gram.  What do you think about this design I made:



The probe would be in the top section.  Looks pretty simple to me, just needs some LOx tanks, some fuel injection, carbon fiber or aluminum frame and tungsten plating.  I'm thinking it should be propelled on a railgun-type mechanism where the rocket can detach at a high speed.  To avoid legal issues, we can float the entire setup in the Atlantic Ocean on 8'x8' dock floats.

Once it gets near orbit in the right position, the top module will detach and the base will parachute down to earth.  When it reaches the destination (the moon) it will parachute in and deploy this probe:



It will drill into the moon surface and collect moon rock/dust.  It will need some different camera sensors so we can record any UFOs and stream them back to earth.  After a week or two it's legs will disengage as it launches back to earth.

If we need a satellite to transmit signal to our moon probe, we can launch one separately.

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July 11, 2011, 09:33:01 PM
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Can I pay you in moon rock?  One pound at $7,000+ per gram.  What do you think about this design I made:



The probe would be in the top section.  Looks pretty simple to me, just needs some LOx tanks, some fuel injection, carbon fiber or aluminum frame and tungsten plating.  I'm thinking it should be propelled on a railgun-type mechanism where the rocket can detach at a high speed.  To avoid legal issues, we can float the entire setup in the Atlantic Ocean on 8'x8' dock floats.

Once it gets near orbit in the right position, the top module will detach and the base will parachute down to earth.  When it reaches the destination (the moon) it will parachute in and deploy this probe:



It will drill into the moon surface and collect moon rock/dust.  It will need some different camera sensors so we can record any UFOs and stream them back to earth.  After a week or two it's legs will disengage as it launches back to earth.

If we need a satellite to transmit signal to our moon probe, we can launch one separately.

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August 21, 2011, 01:31:23 PM
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jack,

How is this moonlighting working out for you.  I work for an aerospace consoling firm and was thinking about doing the same thing.  I would need about 2-3 btc/hr to make any side stuff worth my time since I am already at work for 60 hr during the week and have supervises offering me more time on the weekends.  With my personal experience with aerospace consoling in the USA being lessened as a PE is not that important since its the customer who makes the final decide on what to do with your final recommendation or deliverable. 
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August 21, 2011, 04:17:31 PM
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If you are looking for some real work, I know this guy could use a hand getting his project.. off the ground
http://spacehams.blogspot.com/
Yes this guy is going to do this, here is some of his past work-
http://hampture.blogspot.com/

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August 21, 2011, 04:33:29 PM
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*tosses hat in engineering ring*
I do detailing for bridge construction myself but i'm a mechanical engineer as well

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August 28, 2011, 02:57:41 PM
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jack,

How is this moonlighting working out for you.  I work for an aerospace consoling firm and was thinking about doing the same thing.  I would need about 2-3 btc/hr to make any side stuff worth my time since I am already at work for 60 hr during the week and have supervises offering me more time on the weekends.  With my personal experience with aerospace consoling in the USA being lessened as a PE is not that important since its the customer who makes the final decide on what to do with your final recommendation or deliverable. 


Hi Bacon, I am quite busy right now (as you can tell by the time it has taken me to reply) and therefore I have had to put the engineering aside until work starts to simmer down (I work on a farm at the moment). I got offered some interesting engineering work about a week after I started this thread from a guy in Hawaii. I did that for a couple of weeks and would have liked to have spent longer on it. I recommend giving it a shot, never know what may come of it. Let me know how you get on.
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July 21, 2014, 12:04:00 PM
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BUMP  Smiley
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July 29, 2014, 09:12:35 PM
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Did you figure out how to build dank's moon probe?
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July 29, 2014, 09:48:07 PM
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Nobody else noticed that he mentioned he will work for a relatively cheap rate of 1 BTC/Hour?
What kind of rates would you charge?

It depends on the job to be honest... but it won't be expensive (~1 BTC/hour). Send me a message if you are interested.

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