About the Book
Finite element compressible flow.
Discuss aircraft engine design using finite element program ANSYS.
Consulting engineering work for F120, CF6, LM2500, and LM6000 Programs.
This work was performed at General Electric Aircraft Engines in Evendale, Ohio
Tony Kim is a math/science department instructor at San Joaquin Memorial High School in Fresno, CA. He is currently a Science Teacher at Agape Corporation. He holds a Ph.D. in chemical/aerospace engineering and mechanics from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and two Master's of Education degrees from Xavier University and California State University. After spending twenty-five successful years as an aerospace engineer, in 2000 he embarked on a second career in teaching. He is active in Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Fresno, CA. He is also active in Clovis Adventist Church in Clovis, CA. He enjoys playing golf with a handicap of 5. This is his second book, following the first book, "An American Story," his autobiography published by Dorrance Publishing Company in June, 2010.