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Mechanical Engineering Injection Molding

Wichita, Kansas, United States
January 30, 2018

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Fairus Sakib Tanzim

Apt-***, **** N Woodlawn Blvd,Wichita, Kansas-67220, USA., 316-***-****

Objective To enhance my knowledge in the practical field by working with a renowned industry where I can contribute to juggle multiple prioritiesand meet the deadlines without compromising quality

Education MSc in Mechanical Engineering,

Wichita State University,

Graduation-Fall 2017


Relevant courses:

Computational Aided Mechanics

Computer Aided drawing

Six Sigma and Lean Manufacturing


Engineering School Masters Fellowship, Wichita

State University, Fall-2016-Fall-2017

BSc in Aeronautical Engineering,

Military Institute of Science &


Graduation- Fall 2014


Relevant courses:

Computational Fluid Dynamics

Aerospace Propulsion

Engineering Management


Dean’s and Commandant’s Lists of honor

Best Student researcher 2014

Skills Computer skills ADAMS modeling

ANSYS fluent




MS office

Experiences Graduate Teaching Assistant

Mechanical Engineering Dept, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas


Teaching laboratory classes of Mechanical Engineering lab with LabView, Intro to strength of materials

Evaluating students’ performance and grading

Quality Inspection Engineer

A & I Plastic Industry, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Jan 2015- July 2016

Quality Inspection, Sorting, maintenance and troubleshooting

Batch Processing, product development, market inspection and cost analysis

Injection Molding, Pet blowing and HDPE extrusion Lecturer

Aeronautical Engineering Dept, Military Institute of Science and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Jan 2015- July 2016

Teaching theory courses on Aircraft Propulsion, Engineering Mechanics, Mechanics of structure and structural vibration

Teaching laboratory courses on SolidWorks and ANSYS fluent

Co-supervision of undergrad research on Metal Matrix Composite Maintenance Trainee Engineer,

Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Dhaka, BD

Nov 2013-Dec 2013

Internship on NDT of Aircraft parts and engine, planning and scheduling of regular maintenance work

Making computer database using Excel spreadsheet Projects SAE AERO DESIGN COMPETITION,

21-23rd March, Fort Worth, Texas, USA.


Participated in Micro class UAV project with MIST Aero thunder Green Team

5th position in presentation

7th position in design and performance

6th position in overall competition

Experimental and computational Analysis of FanWing of Aircraft to diminish turbulent flow

Spring & Fall 2014

Building a prototype of FanWing to find out how it works on the aircraft and then simulates into subsonic wind tunnel.

Computational analysis of the flow around the wing with ANSYS Fluent to find out the real condition.

Result-prototype increased 40% coefficient of the lift of wing Develop Metal Matrix Composite Spring & Fall 2015

Developing metal matrix composite for the aircraft engine body]

Developing composite that can sustain 3500 C.

CAM Mechanism of Excavator Fall 2016

Making prototype of Excavator with the help of CATIA

Analyzing the computer aided mechanism of the excavator and how much load it can carry with the help of ADAMS Modeling

Project on Poka Yoke Spring 2017

Studying on various industries like Tesla and GMC to find out how they improved their products using Poka Yoke tools.

Presentation on Poka Yoke tools as part of the fulfillment of Six Sigma course Project on Poka Yoke for NIKE Company Fall 2017

Studying Poka Yoke devices what had been implemented by NIKE Company

Analyzing the financial statements for NIKE companies of various years and find out how they reduced their product loss using Poka Yoke devices.

Presentation on Poka Yoke devices of NIKE company as part of the fulfillment of the Lean Manufacturing course.

Project on Extended Trailer for the truck Fall 2017

Making a prototype of extended trailer for the truck with the help of CATIA which can reduce the space in the road.

Extended truck can make more spaces when the truck needs more space for the loading and can be folded when it doesn’t need.

Load analysis of the prototype using FMEA.

Increase Evaporation Rate of Sea Water with Desalination Process Spring & Fall 2017

Master’s thesis dissertation on Sea Water desalination process with various materials like Carbon felt, Carbon fiber and composite

Using Carbon Felt can increase 80% of the evaporation of sea water if the greenhouse effect can be created and this can solve the fresh water scarcity problem in the Africa and Middle East.

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