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Power Plant Mechanical Engineer

Location:
Dearborn, Michigan, United States
Salary:
55000
Posted:
August 28, 2017

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Vamshidhar Reddy Vedire- * P a g e

VAMSHIDHAR REDDY VEDIRE

Apt 101 Wessex Court, Fair Lane Woods Drive, Dearborn, Michigan 48126, 815-***-****; ac11p6@r.postjobfree.com

https://www.linkedin.com/in/vamshidhar-reddy-vedire OBJECTIVE

To obtain a position as a mechanical engineer allowing me to utilize my education and previous experience while gaining valuable knowledge in team oriented environment.

EDUCATION

Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering Aug’15 – Aug’17 Northern Illinois University (NIU), DeKalb, IL GPA: 3.75/4.0 Bachelor of Technology, Mechanical Engineering Jun’11 – May’15 JNTU, Hyderabad, India GPA: 3.2/4.0

RELEVANT COURSEWORK

CAD of Mechanical systems Comp.Methods in Heat and Mass Transfer Advanced Fluid Mechanics Advanced Mech.Engg Analysis Renewable Energy Sources Convective Heat Transfer

Finite Element Methods Design of Thermal Systems

Computational Methods in Engg. Radiation Heat Transfer Composite materials Production Technology

Manufacturing Technology

TECHNICAL SKILLS

AutoCAD, Pro-E, Solid Works, Ansys Workbench, Ansys APDL, Star CCM, MS Word, Excel, Power Point

PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY

• Has a good experience on the Heating, ventilation, Air Conditioning (HVAC).

• Hands on experience on the manufacturing process like turning and threading.

• Experienced on the CNC machines while performing the undergraduate research project.

• Has a good knowledge of design software like AutoCAD, Solid works. WORK EXPERIENCE

Graduate Research Assistant, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL Aug’15 – Aug’17

• Research on the effect of Titanium dioxide nanoparticles on the Thermal Storage Characteristics of nitrate molten salts.

• Studied different properties of molten salts like melting point, specific heat and the enthalpy of fusion.

• Validated how important these properties for the safe operating of the solar power plant. Graduate Teaching Assistant, Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL Jan’16 – May’17

• Worked as Teaching Assistant for the courses like, Design of thermal systems, Radiation Heat transfer, Thermodynamics and the Computational methods in Engg. Design.

• My responsibilities are to evaluate the exams for the students and to instruct the class in the absence of Professor. Assistant Engineer: HMT Bearings Ltd, Hyderabad, India Jun’14 – May’15

• Design and Analysis of antifriction bearings.

• Performed Metallurgical analysis of antifriction bearing materials which undergo processes like surface finishing, Hardening, Annealing and Normalizing.

• GD&T inspection of different Bearing parts.

• Quality inspection of the bearings is performed. GRADUATE PROJECTS (College of Engineering and Technology, NIU) Design and Analysis of Ball Bearings using ANSYS Workbench Jan’16 – May’16

• Designed a ball bearing using the Ansys workbench.

• Analysis of the bearing is done using different load and boundary conditions.

• Convergence study and the failure analysis is performed to determine the place where the bearing breaks. Tribological considerations in replacement of Hip Joints Using Total Hip Arthroplasty Nov’16 – Dec’16

• Explored the designs present in Total Hip Arthroplasty. Vamshidhar Reddy Vedire- 2 P a g e

• Suggested the improvements required in THA for the safe replacement of the joints.

• Studied how the Tribological factors such as friction, wear and Lubrication effects THA. GRADUATE THESIS

Effect of Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticles on the Phase Diagrams and the thermophysical properties of Nitrate Molten salts. Aug’15 – May’17

The main objective is to improve the overall efficiency of the concentrated solar power plant and to obtain the phase diagram of NaNO3-KNO3 molten salt system when the titanium dioxide nanoparticles with varying concentrations are added to it. This work proved that:

• When 10% of nanoparticles are added 30-70,40-60 compositions of molten salts have much improvement in specific heat value

• When we look at the latent heat of fusion, 50-50, 60-40 and 70- 30 give us the better results when they are doped with 5% of nanoparticles

• when melting point is considered, 30-70 and 40-60 give us the better results when 1% of nanoparticles are added whereas 50-50,60-40,70-30 compositions of molten salts give us better melting point at when 5% of nanoparticles are added to it. UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH PROJECT

Processing and interlaminar shear strength of glass fiber reinforced epoxy matrix composite.

• In this research, Glass fiber reinforced epoxy matrix composite material properties are studied and compared with the properties of glass fiber reinforced epoxy matrix composite.

• Filament winding process is used to prepare the composite material.

• The interlaminar shear strength of three different materials namely glass-carbon fibers reinforced epoxy matrix hybrid composite, glass fiber reinforced epoxy matrix composite and carbon fiber reinforced epoxy matrix composite was evaluated.

• The flexural and shear strength of hybrid composite was found to be high as compared to other two materials. HONORS & AWARDS

• Funded for 4 Semesters during my Masters’ by NIU for achieving Academic Excellency

• Received a certificate of appreciation for teaching the students about the Hydraulics and Robotics in workshop conducted by ASME.

• Trained and Certified on Differential Scanning Calorimetry Theory and Applications with TA Instruments.



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