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Ammar Bairam

Ammar Bairam

Experienced Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineer
Liverpool, Liverpool


About Ammar Bairam:

Working as mechanical and aeronautical engineering lecturer since 2013.


Mechanical/Aeronautical Engineering Lecturer:                                                    Sep 2022 – May 2023 

Leicester College, Leicester, England, UK:

 I joined Leicester College, a well-established BTEC, HNC/HND Further Education college in the heart of the East Midlands, England, to teach BTEC level 3, HND level 4 and HNC level 5 HND of Mechanical, Aeronautical,  Manufacturing, Electrical and Electronics Engineering students and apprentices; I teach a wide range of units such as Gas Turbine Theory and Design, Mechanical Principles, Properties and Applications of Engineering Materials, Engineering Science, Engineering Design, Thermodynamics and Heat transfer, Further Thermodynamics, Engineering Mathematics and Calculus.

Mechanical Engineering Lecturer:                                                                                 Jun 2021- Jul 2022 

IPS International, Rochester, Kent, England, UK

IPS-International is a large well-establish good engineering training provider in Kent in the South East of England; IPS-International has excellent industrial links with engineering firms including BAE system, Aeromet International, DS Smiths, Southern Electrics, British Gas, South East Rails, Coca-Cola and others; I taught, assessed and verified level 4 of the Pearson’s HNC/HND programme the Units of Fundamentals of Thermodynamics and Heat Engines, Manufacturing Engineering, Operations and Plant Management, Engineering Science and Mechanical Principles, additionally, I designed the syllabus, course materials and assignments to meet learning outcomes as prescribed by Pearsons. 

Engineering Teaching Assistant:                                                                                 Sep 2013 – Sep 2020

School of Engineering, University of South Wales, Pontypridd, UK

I joined the dynamic school of engineering of the largest university in Wales to work as a teaching assistant for the programmes of BEng Aeronautical Engineering, BEng, Mechanical Engineering, BSc Aircraft Maintenance Engineering, and the Engineering Foundation Year; I taught a wide range of subjects including Aircraft Propulsion, Aircraft Propulsion, Control Systems, Aircraft Performance and Design, Air Legislation and Human Factors in the Aviation Industry and Engineering Mathematics. I was able to bring my valuable experience that I have accumulate throughout my career into the classroom and I was also able to contribute towards the continued reviewing and improving teaching materials and updating modules contents.

Production Team Leader:                                                                                             Sep 2007 – Aug 2013

Adecco UK

Working as a production Team Leader for one of Adecco’s major clients in South Wales in a vibrant and high-quality food and confectionary factory, my duties range from organising daily tasks of production scheduling and production management, preparing daily work sheets, allocating tasks, and managing manpower and production lines to meet required outputs and deadlines as well as maximising performance, optimising production, managing cost and minimising production waste.

Aero-Thermal Engineer:                                                                                              Jun 2006 – Aug 2007 

Rolls Royce Plc, Derby, England, UK 

As part of my post-graduate Diploma in Aerospace Design, Manufacture and Management, I spent one year on-job training placement with Rolls-Royce plc Derby, a global leader in the design and manufacture of Gas Turbine Engines for Aerospace propulsion, Marine propulsion, and electric power generation. To gain a holistic knowledge about how the gas turbine engine is designed and manufactured, and in order to acquire the necessary skills and hands-on experience and expertise, my time was split between different departments involved in the design and manufacture of the Gas Turbine engine including engine intake and compressor design, burner design, turbine and exit nozzle design and mechanical and structural integrity design teams. I was able top-up my excellent theoretical knowledge with the necessary and valuable practical experience to appreciate how different teams are involved in the designing and making a complex product such as the gas turbine engine.

Airworthiness Senior Inspector:                                                                                     Sep1999 – Jul 2005 

Air Accidents Investigation Department, Directorate of Airworthiness, Sudan Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA):

I joined the Directorate of Airworthiness of Sudan Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA) as a member of a large team of inspectors which oversaw all airworthiness and safety aspects of over 400 light aircraft licensed for aerial work and over 30 approved Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Organisations (MRO’s). I became an airworthiness inspector, and I continued to progress, and I became a Senior Accidents and Incidents Inspector.

I was also the chair of the "Safety, Operations and Optimisation Group" which oversaw all the aspects of civil flights and operational safety. During my work, I successfully modelled and tested aircraft performance simulation programmes which were used to build and optimise domestic and aerial work route maps for all types of light aircraft, and as a result, 18% reduction of annual fuel consumption and 8% reduction of accidents/incidents were achieved.

while working for the SCAA, I also contributed to part-time teaching at the then, new Department of Aeronautical Engineering of Sudan University of Science and Technology for the undergraduate BEng Aeronautical Engineering students; I taught Thermodynamics, Aerodynamics and Aerospace Propulsion and I supervised tutorial sessions and experimental work in wind tunnel.

Powerplant Resident Engineer:                                                                               Sep 1996 – Aug 1999

Sudan Civil Aviation Authority, Port Sudan International Airport, Sudan:

Having successfully finished the graduate scheme of the Sudan Civil Aviation Authority in which I received supervised training in different engineering departments, I was offered the position of Powerplant Resident Engineer at Port Sudan International Airport; my duties involved all aspects of the safety operation and maintenance of the Airport powerplant station which consisted of two Gas Turbine engines used for power generation working around the clock, and another unit kept as a back-up for emergencies and breakdown.                             


University of Bristol, Bristol, UK:                                                                              Mar 2005 – Jun 2008

Post Graduate Diploma in Aerospace, Design, Manufacture and Management:

(Result obtained: 62%):

The Bristol and West of England Consortium for Continued Professional Development in Aerospace (CPDA) Scheme offers excellent combination between elements of theoretical knowledge, world class research and practical industrial experience by offering excellent variety of modules that are led by the University of Bristol Industrial partners including Rolls-Royce, Airbus UK, BAe Systems and Westland Helicopters in order to keep delegates at the top of aerospace technology advances and developments. The programme  offers number of compulsory modules which covers the essential topic areas of Aerospace engineering such as Aircraft Structural Design and Stress Analysis, Aircraft Performance and Design, Aerodynamics and Flight Mechanics plus a wide range of other elective modules covering four different areas: Aerospace, Design, Manufacture and Management; it also gives the advantage of meeting delegate’s/employer’s specific needs and targets; a balance between these four areas must be covered in order to achieve the award of Aerospace Design, Manufacture and Management.

The University of Khartoum (Sudan):                                                                    Sep 1991 to Jan 1996

BSc (Hon Degree) Mechanical Engineering:

Enhanced with extensive experimental and laboratory testing, the degree offers in-depth knowledge of the essential elements of Mechanical Engineering such as Fluid Mechanics, Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer, Solid Mechanics, Metallurgy, Machine Elements Design, Mechanics of Materials, Materials Science and Manufacturing Processes.

My final year project title was “Designing and Testing a Counter-flow Heat Exchanger for a 24 MW Combined Cycle Power Plant”.

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