Mr. Darrah is an aerospace engineer with wide-ranging experiences in Advanced Aircraft Analysis (AAA), Aircraft Performance Program (APP), Siemens NX, Ansys Fluent, Patran/Nastran and various panel codes. As a graduate student, Mr. Darrah placed first in the 2017 AIAA Gradaute team aircraft design competition. He also participated in research for the FAA A4 project into small UAS collisions testing and assessment of propeller strike damage. Mr. Darrah has developed state space models to model aircraft dynamics for the use in controller architecture and also has experience in propeller design. He is currently pursing his M.S. degree as well.
University of Kansas, Aerospace Engineering: B.S., 2016
- D. Darrah, M. Dessouki, I. Costa, M. Mendoza, R. Sprunger, M. Moschetti, T. George, K. Herda, M. Burns, Yizi Zhou. "Desprüngdarcost Aerospace Presents: The Tachion Business Jet Series", presented at the 2018, AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition, January 8th, 2018, Kissimmee, Florida.