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Mechanical Engineer Engineering

Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
January 04, 2018

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Contact: +91 973*******; Email:


Seeking a position in an organization that provides me ample opportunity to explore & excel while carving out the niche for personal, professional as well as organizational goals across Thermal Engineering, CFD, FEA and Heat Transfer.


Academically astute individually with M. Tech in ( Advanced Thermal Power and Energy Systems ) from Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University backed by B.E ( Mechanical Engineer ); and working as a Junior Research Fellow in Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore.

Possess keen interest in the field of Computational fluid dynamics, Finite Element Analysis, Refrigeration and Cryogenics, Thermal Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Thermodynamics, Materials study.

Demonstrated Capability in Modeling, Meshing and Analysis Softwares.

Completed Internship training with ACE Designers LTD and in Indian Institute of Science as an Academic Curriculum.

Excellent planning, execution, monitoring and resource balancing skills as well as the ability to build and lead effective teams.

Work Experience

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Junior Research Fellow in Center for Cryogenic Technology from May – 2016

Carried out project related to CFD and FEA Analysis in the field of Cryogenic and Thermal field.

Undertook a project of Design, development and experimental studies on stainless steel flexible transfer line. In this work CFD analysis of transfer line and experimental analysis has been carried out.

FEA and Experimental study has been carried to measure the thermal conductivity of material from 300K to 4.5K for the development of cryo-sorption pump.

Design and development of Helium Transfer Coupling for high temperature superconducting motor. In this work CATIA and ANSYS Workbench software is used for Simulation.

Energy separation study on Vortex tube has been carried out using CFD FLUENT software, in this single and multi-phase CFD analysis is carried out.

At present carrying out the project of Cryo-treatment of material at Cryogenic temperature to improve the material property at low temperature.

Undertook responsibility of Design, CFD and FEA analysis of the projects. Played a vital role in achieving the targets.


M. Tech (Advanced Thermal Power and Energy Systems), 2016

Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal University; CGPA 9.16

B.E (Mechanical Engineering), 2014

Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology, Visvesvaraya Technological University; CGPA 8.68

Intermediate; 2010

BEL Pre University College, Bangalore, Karnataka Examinations Authority; 84.96%

Matriculation; 2008

BEL High School, Bangalore, Karnataka Secondary Education Examination Board; 84.92%

Technical Skills

CAD Modeling: -CATIA, Solid Works, Auto-Desk Inventor and Solid Edge.

Meshing Software’s: - Gambit, ICEM, Hyper Mesh and ANSYS Workbench.

CFD Simulation solver’s: - ANSYS FLUENT, STAR CCM+, COMSOL Multiphysics, CFX and FLOWNEX.

FEA Simulation solver’s:- ANSYS Workbench, RADIOSS, Abaqus, OptiStruct, ANSYS APDL.

Programming: - MATLAB, C, Macros.

MS Office, LAB View, Origin, Caps-Mill and Caps- Turn.

Internship Training

In “ACE Designers LTD” (Bangalore), 2013, Internship.

In “Indian Institute of Science” (IISc, Bangalore), One year (From July 2015 – March 2016).

Center for Cryogenic Technology (Project Intern)

Academic Project Undertaken

M. Tech Thesis [ July (2015) – May (2016)]

Title: -“Energy Separation Studies in Vortex tube”, CCT, Indian Institute of Science (Bangalore).

The main objective of the Thesis is to optimize the various parameters of the Vortex tube to get maximum energy separation and to find the internal vortex behavior of the VT using CFD analysis, and Validation of CFD studies is done with Experimental studies. CFD Analysis of single and multi-phase VT is carried out in ANSYS FLUENT.

B. Tech Thesis [Nov (2013)- May (2014)]

Title: - “Differential lift Hovercraft”, Dr. Ambedkar Institute of Technology (Bangalore).

The main objective of this thesis is to improve the poor handling of the hovercraft; hence we introduce the new mechanism called Differential lift to improve the poor handling of the Hovercraft. In our project we build a prototype of hovercraft from the scratch and modeling of hover craft is done from CATIA software.


Aritrachatterjee, Bharath G Jand UpendraBehera, “Analytical Investigation on energy separation studies in Ranque – Hilsch Vortex tube”, International Journal of Refrigeration, 2017. ( communicated)

Aritra chatterjee, Bharath G J, Shivaprakash N. C and Upendra Behera, “Studies on vortex tubes for cryogenic applications” in International Cryogenics Engineering Conference, New Delhi, 2016, 9-P2-134.

Ravi Verma, Bharath G J, Upendra Behera, Kasturirengan S and Shivaprakash, “Studies of Thermal Conductivity of Epoxy-Aluminium composites in the range of 300K to 4.5K for the development of cryosorption pump”, 26th National Symposium on Cryogenics and Superconductivity, Kolkata, 2017.

Nagendra H N, Bharath G J, Upendra Behera and Kasturirengan S, “Development and Experimental Studies on Flexible Transfer lines for Liquid Helium Applications”, 26th National Symposium on Cryogenic and Superconductivity, Kolkata, 2017, ID-93.


Dr. K. Jagannath, HOD, Dept. of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering, Manipal Institute of Technology.

D. S. Nadig, Principal Research Scientist, IISc, Bangalore.

Dr. Upendra Behera, Principal Research Scientist, IISc, Bangalore.

The above information provided by me is true and have all the relevant documents to authenticate the same.

Bharath G J

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