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Mechanical Engineering Engineer

Location:
Rapid City, South Dakota, United States
Salary:
$85,000
Posted:
January 30, 2018

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Kayode Ajayi

Graduate Research Assistant

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** ****** **** ******, *** 5. Rapid City, SD 57701 Phone +1-605-***-****

E-mail ac39mj@r.postjobfree.com

Date of birth 1988-05-01

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https://www.linkedin.com/in/kayode-ajayi-70281631/ Mechanical engineer with a demonstrated history of working in both industry and higher education institutions . Skilled in computational fluid dynamics tools, AutoCAD, MATLAB, MAPLE, research, and mining engineering. Experience

2014 - present Graduate Research Assistant

Department of Mechanical Engineering, SDSM&T

• Currently developing a computational fluid dynamics model for radon gas transport in cave mines.

• Quantification of uncertainty related to the numerical modeling of radon diffusivity tensor. Achievements

• Successfully developed a numerical technique for predicting radon diffusion coefficient for fractured rocks.

• Successfully developed a novel approach for estimating radon flux through fractured rocks. 2014 Graduate Teaching Assistant (Grader)

Department of Mechanical Engineering, SDSM&T

• Grading of student’s homework (fluid mechanics, heat transfer and thermodynamics). 2012 - 2013 Trainee Engineer

Ariosh Ltd, Nigeria

• Design verification & as-built documentation

• Fabrication Assurance for oil and gas facilities

• 3D Laser scanning

Education

2014 - present South Dakota School of Mines & Technology (SDSM&T), Ph.D., Mechanical Engineering

• GPA: 3.92/4.0

• Dissertation: Numerical study of radon transport in cave mining. 2014 - 2015 South Dakota School of Mines & Technology (SDSM&T), M.S., Mechanical Engineering

• GPA: 3.83/4.0

Thesis: Evaluation of the emissive potential of a natural gas engine operating on simulated wellhead gas blends via FORTRAN engine simulation

2012 Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), B.S., Mechanical Engineering

• GPA: 4.57/5.0

Project: Design of a building integrated photovoltaic (BIPV) for OAU main administration tower building for self– sufficient power generation.

Leadership Experience

2014 - 2015 President

International Student Inc.,

• Organized volunteers for MLK day of service.

• Presented the organization’s budget to the school senate.

• Organized piano lessons weekly.

Skills

Computational fluid dynamics (SC/Tetra, Fluent )

MATLAB

AutoCAD

Maple

Ventsim

Research

Leadership

Data Analysis

Multicultural Sensitivity

Teamwork

Publications

Ajayi, K. M., Tukkaraja, P., Shahbazi, K., Katzenstein, K., and Loring, D., (2015) Computational fluid dynamics study of radon gas migration in a block caving mine, 15th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, Blacksburg, Virginia .

Christensen, S., Ajayi, K., Abata, D., and Carlin, K. (2015) An experimental and theoretical study of fuel composition on noxious emissions in a natural gas engine operating on wellhead gas. in ASME 2015 Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical Conference. 2015. American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

Erogul, D., Baysal, A, Ajayi, K. M., Tukkaraja, P., Shahbazi, K., Katzenstein, K., and Loring, D., (2015) Effect of the air gap associated with cave evolution on cave resistance, 15 th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, Blacksburg Virginia.

Erogul, D., Ajayi, K. M., Tukkaraja, P., Shahbazi, K., Katzenstein, K., and Loring, D., (2017) Evaluation of cave airflow resistance associated with multiple air gap geometries during cave evolution, 16th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, Golden, Colorado. Baysal, A, Ajayi, K. M., Tukkaraja, P., Shahbazi, K., Katzenstein, K., and Loring, D., (2017) Prediction of airflow resistance of a mature panel cave, 16th North American Mine Ventilation Symposium, Golden, Colorado.

Award

Best graduating student, Department of Mechanical Engineering, OAU, Osun State, Nigeria. (2012)



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