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Mechanical Engineering Engineer

Location:
College Station, Texas, 77843, United States
Posted:
May 30, 2017

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Wei Dai

Department of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

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Tel: 979-***-****, ac0kdh@r.postjobfree.com

Education

Ph.D. Candidate of Mechanical Engineering, Texas A&M University 09/2013~08/2017

M.S. of Materials Processing Engineering, Huazhong University of Science & Technology 09/2009~03/2012

B.S. of Materials Processing Engineering, Huazhong University of Science & Technology 09/2005~06/2009 Research Experience

3 years experience on performing metallurgical analysis on nonferrous alloys

Strong knowledge of materials processing methods including casting and welding

Strong knowledge on nonferrous alloys microstructure-properties relationship

Strong knowledge on nonferrous alloy selection based on various applications

Strong hands on experience on metallurgical sample preparation and characterization instruments Project Experience

Rheo-squeeze casting of A356, AlCu (2024), AlMg (5052, 5083) aluminum alloy

Optimization of rheo-squeeze casting processing parameter to improve alloy mechanical properties

Effect of heat treatment on alloy mechanical properties including tensile strength and elongation

Alloy microstructure-properties relationship study via optical microscope and Scanning Electron Microscope

Anticorrosion performance study of AlMg aluminum alloy

Die casting of AlSi (6066) aluminum alloy

Optimization of die casting processing parameter to improve alloy mechanical properties

Effect of heat treatment on alloy mechanical properties including tensile strength and elongation

Alloy microstructure-properties relationship study via optical microscope and Scanning Electron Microscope

Antiwear performance study of AlSi aluminum alloy

Materials in Design course project:Materials Selection for Racing Car Brakes

Racing Car brakes working environment analysis and material index derivation

Materials selection based on working constraints using Ashby Charts (friction coefficient, strength vs. density

Manufacturing process selection considering material class, shape class, tolerance, roughness and batch size

Aluminum Alloy Semisolid slurry preparation via Ultrasonic Vibration

Optimization of preparation process parameters to improve alloy grain size and morphology

Design of experiment on slurry preparation mechanism study

Alloy microstructure analysis using optical microscope and Scanning Electron Microscope Industry Experience

Process Engineer of SAIC General Motors Co. Ltd. 07/2012~06/2013

Optimization of welding processing parameters to improve product capability

Root cause analysis on product defects

Support production line on emergency equipment maintenance Publication

Wei Dai, Shusen Wu, Shulin Lü, Chong Lin. Effects of rheo-squeeze casting parameters on microstructure and mechanical properties of AlCuMnTi alloy. Materials Science and Engineering A, 538 (2012) 320–326

Wei Dai, Shusen Wu, Shulin Lü, Chong Lin, Li Wan. Preparation of ZL 201 Aluminum Alloy Semi-Solid Slurry by Indirect Ultrasonic Vibration. Special Casting & Nonferrous Alloys, 31 (2011) 930–934

Shulin Lü, Shusen Wu, Wei Dai, Chong Lin, Ping An. The indirect ultrasonic vibration process for rheo- squeeze casting of A356 aluminum alloy. Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 212 (2012) 1281– 1287

Shulin Lü, Shusen Wu, Wei Dai, Ping An, Youwu Mao. Preparation of semisolid 5052 aluminum alloy slurry by indirect ultrasonic vibration. Acta Metallurgica Sinica, 47(2011) 634-640

Zeming Zhu, Shusen Wu, Shulin Lü, Wei Dai, Li Wan, Longfei Liu. Mechanism of semi-solid slurry of A356 alloy prepared by indirect ultrasonic vibration. The Chinese Journal of Nonferrous Metals, 2(2011): 013 Presentation and Poster

Wei Dai, Chungjwa Kim, Carlos Sanchez, Hong Liang. Improved Tribological Performance through Yttrium Oxide as Additives in Grease for Wind turbine. STLE 2016 Annual Meeting Presentation. (Ceramics and Composite Session Chair)

Wei Dai, Bassem Kheireddin, Hong Gao, Hong Liang. Mechanisms of Formation of a Tribofilm through a Nanolubricant. STLE 2016 Annual Meeting Poster.

Wei Dai, Huaping Xiao, Yuwei Kan, Abraham Clearfield, Hong Liang. Tribological performance of amine- intercalated α-zirconium phosphates. STLE 2015 Annual Meeting Poster. Awards and Fellowship

2016 Society of Tribologists and Lubrication Engineers scholarships

2016 Texas A&M University Mechanical Engineering Travel Fund

2015 STLE Annual Meeting Student Poster Session Silver Award

2014 J George H Thompson Grad Fellowship in Mechanical Engineering of TAMU Student Activity

Chair of STLE Texas A&M University Student Chapter 2015~present Skill and Others

Characterization Techniques: Scanning Electron Microscope, Raman Spectroscopy, Atomic Force Microscope, X-ray Diffraction.

Good English communication and presentation skills.



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