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Mechanical Engineer

Tampa, Florida, United States
May 31, 2017

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Sathish Reddy Pathuri

Phone: 813-***-****

Career Objective

Seeking a challenging and rewarding entry level Mechanical Engineer position with expertise in the areas of Design and Manufacturing in a growth-oriented organization which provides an opportunity to implement my product design skills and managerial capabilities.


Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering May 2017 University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida

Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering May 2014 Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, India

Relevant Skills

Software: SolidWorks, AutoCAD, ANSYS, MATLAB, MS Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Visio, Project). Tools and Concepts: 3D printing, 3D Modeling, Drafting, GD&T, FMEA, FEA, Failure Analysis and Root Cause Analysis, Milling, Drilling, Grinding, Welding, CNC, Lathe and Injection molding. Programming Skills: C, C#, HTML, SQL, CSS, ASP.NET Course Work

Advanced Materials Fracture Mechanics Micro and Nano Technology

Advanced Fluid Mechanics Applied Thermodynamics Advanced Mathematics Work Experience

Hands on Lab experience in Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM), Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM) and X-Ray Diffraction. Experienced in machining operations (Milling, Grinding, Welding, CNC, Lathe and Injection molding). Automotive Support Engineer - Intern Aug 2013 – Oct 2014 Paramount Auto Bay Services Private Ltd., India

Diagnosed the issues with automotive parts using Electronic Control Module (ECM) and assisted the service technician team in resolving the challenges.

Performed Root Cause Analysis to analyze the real issues occurring in automobiles and built up the solutions.

Followed the methods used in value engineering as a part of attaining significant growth in the organization and slashed the administration costs 15% by negotiating prices.

Coordinated with customers and the support team to ensure the enhancements of services being provided.

Earned customer loyalty in the light of administration given. Academic Projects

Compliant Quick Release for Formula Steering Wheel April 2017

Designed and 3D printed a new compliant structure to improve the egress time of traditional quick release mechanism of steering wheel in Formula cars. Designed the structure using SolidWorks and used Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) for 3D printing.

Achieved the final design that reduced the Egress time by 0.5 to 0.7 seconds approximately. CFD Analysis of Morphing Blades in Wind Turbines Nov 2016

Designed Morphing Wind Turbine Blades with SMA material properties that adjusts geometry to varying wind speed.

Developed an actual environment with extreme wind conditions (wind speed 40 m/s) in CFD tool.

Static and Dynamic analysis were made to observe stress intensities with non-linear material properties.

Implemented CFD Analysis to determine various other factors involved in failure of wind turbines.

Accomplished an increase in the overall efficiency by 8% and reduction in the cost fetched by 10%, with the Morphed Design. Indentation Techniques for evaluating the Fracture Toughness of Biomaterials and Hard tissues April 2016

Extensively worked on assessing the following Indentation techniques, which are used to evaluate the fracture toughness of different types of materials from indent cracks: Vickers indentation fracture test (VIF), cube corner indentation fracture test

(CCIF), Vickers crack opening displacement test (VCOD) and the Interface indentation fracture test (IIF). Failure analysis of Pressure regulating direct acting valve (PRDB) Nov 2015

Teamed up with a group of three to determine and analyze various possible reasons for failure of PRDB valve from Sun Hydraulics. Devised the origin of failure by Disassembling, acquiring X-Ray, SEM images and manual inspection. Production of electricity from speed breakers April 2014

Utilized Drafting techniques and AutoCAD to design the prototype which works mainly on Rack and Pinion mechanism.

Manufactured the product using Lathe, Grinding and Milling techniques and finally, a dynamo was attached to the shaft to convert the rotational energy to electrical energy (Law of Conservation of Energy). Achievements

Certified Automotive Service Technician from National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC).

Star performer award for proactive participation throughout the Internship program in Paramount Auto Bay Services, India.

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