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Mechanical Engineering Design

Bronx County, New York, United States
January 16, 2018

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Bronx, NY 10456

Responsible, patient and detail oriented fresh Mechanical Engineering graduate seeks an entry level position in the Mechanical Engineering sector with focus on design.

EDUCATION City College of the City University of New York

Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering: January 2018 GPA: 3.7

City College of the City University of New York

Bachelor of Science, Biology (CUM LAUDE Honor): September 2010 GPA: 3.4

RELEVANT Applied Stress Analysis Heat Transfer Applied Fluid Mechanics

COURSES Physical Properties Gas Turbine Design Numerical Methods

Mechanics of Materials Wind Turbine Design Multiphysics Simulation

QUALIFICATIONS Design Software: Primer design, Hodgking Huxley Simulation

Applications: Matlab, Ansys workbench, Solidworks, Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint and Comsol.

Key Skills: Research, listening, critical thinking, problem solving, finite element analysis, mathematics and analytical skills.

Core Qualities: Professional, results oriented, patient, ethical, flexible, fast learner and team player.

Languages: Fluent in English, French and Wolof

RESEARCH City College of the City University of New York Summer 2014 and Fall 2014

Intern, Biology Department with the Partnership of Memorial Sloan Kettering Center

●Did genetic Crosses and selected Drosophila with desired genotype

●Used microinjection Apparatus to puncture the embryos

●Observed Ds-Red labeled molecules and recorded the data.

Poster Presentations: Presented research at the 2014 Annual Biomedical Research Conference for Minorities Students in San Antonio, Texas.

PROJECTS Designed a 4 Reaction Stage Gas Turbine:

Given the Net Shaft Power output, the RPM, the inlet compressor temperature, the inlet compressor pressure and the inlet turbine temperature, the thermodynamic properties at each state I successfully calculated the change in enthalpy between the turbine inlet and outlet. The total enthalpy change was then used in four reaction stages. For each stage, the reaction, the enthalpy change and the incident angle were specified to determine the relative and absolutes velocity and their angles with respect to the axial direction. Moreover, the work, the efficiency and the loading factor were determined. Using Zweifel relation, the mass flow rate and the number of blades and the blades sizes for each stage of the gas turbine were calculated. Fall 2016

Comparative study of modal analysis on a flywheel:

The finite element ANSYS software was used to investigate the importance of using high tensile strength materials in flywheel design. Gray Cast iron, structural steel and epoxy composite carbon are the three materials investigated. But also since the amount of energy stored in the flywheel is proportional to the moment of inertia and the stress distribution varies with the shape of the flywheel, analysis of various flywheel types was also done. All the geometries were designed in solidworks and imported into ANSYS for modal analysis. Fall 2017

Designed MigrEnd Tech, a neuromodulation device with the goal to relieve migraine

headache by just stimulating peripheral nerfs by the wrist.

The device used 300 microseconds biphasic pulses with low current amplitude varying from 2mA to 5mA and high frequency ranging from 50HZ to 100HZ for 20 to 30 minutes depending on the person’s need. Fall 2015

HONORS Golden Key International Honor Society, CCNY June 2016 – Present

AFFILIATIONS National Society of Collegiate Scholars, CCNY January 2015 – Present

Dean’s List, CCNY 2008 – 2010

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