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Mechanical Engineering Graduate

Location:
Canton, Michigan, United States
Posted:
April 23, 2018

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AYUSHI JHARIA Phone: (***) *** - ****

e-mail: ac48ab@r.postjobfree.com

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SUMMARY

Mechanical Engineering graduate with proven expertise in system design and development, prototyping and collaborating effectively with business stakeholders and suppliers to bring technology solutions into production. Organized, effective professional known for ability to grasp business needs, translate them into clear, concise specifications; and develop detailed test plans to ensure virtually trouble-free releases. Core Strengths

• Interpersonal – Excellent communication, project team leadership, research presentations in conferences

• Analytical - ANSYS CAE analysis, Minitab statistical analysis, Matlab, CAD, MathCAD, Simulink, Multisim

• Engineering – Product design & 3D printing, seat engineering requirements, ergonomic and benchmarking studies, global seat engineering team coordination, supplier interactions, prototype testing and validation

EDUCATION AND AWARDS

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, University Honors (Co-Major) GPA: 3.5 December 2017 Wayne State University, (WSU) Detroit, MI

• Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program at Engineering and University level (September 2016, January 2017)

• Ford/ EEOC Endowed Scholarship (May 2014, October 2015, June 2016)

• Dean’s List (December 2013, December 2014, May 2015, December 2016)

• Wayne State University Gold Scholarship (Sept 2013-May 2017) PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE

Research and Development Intern, Boston Scientific May 2017- August 2017

• Devised method to solve for spring constant of coil component & performed dynamic torque stall testing with complete data analysis on device

• Computed the correct kinetic energy of Rotablator via identifying influencing components at varying rpm

• Implemented parameter findings into a Finite Element Analysis (FEA) model of Rotablator to improve use of simulation to reduce overall cost of validation

• Developed and improved existing pneumatic technology to produce electric motorized device to remove calcification from veins/arteries

Engineering Research Assistant, Wayne State University December 2015-December 2017

• Collaborated with Henry Ford Physician to improve current methods of detecting the surgical catheter during laser ablation via ultrasound and photoacoustic imaging

• Processed experimental ultrasound and photoacoustic images via Matlab software by utilizing Verasonics Vantage 128, L7-4 ultrasound transducer, fiber optics, and pulsed laser (Spectra Physics PRO 290) research techniques

• Prepared formal report including documentation of external literature reviews, experimental methodology, and experimental results with discussion for Undergraduate Research Opportunity Grant and Honors Thesis

• Presented a poster on the research findings at Karmanos Cancer Institute Molecular Imaging annual Retreat (October 2016) and at Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers conference in January 2017 (San Francisco, California)

Product Development Body Interior Rotational Co-Op, Ford Motor Company PDC March 2015-November 2015

• Responsible for the development & validation system design of Seat Comfort for a Ford vehicle program

• Executed seat comfort program benchmarking activities including objective and subjective data

• Established Statement of requirements pertinent to seat comfort development, hardware plan, validation system design, Technical Specification and documentation AYUSHI JHARIA Phone: (734) 673 - 2152

e-mail: ac48ab@r.postjobfree.com

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• Recommended solutions based on CATIA seat sections comparison and benchmarking data of competitive vehicles for seat comfort contour, seat foam hardness, body pressure distribution, and static/dynamic evaluations

• Initiated root cause analysis for identified quality issues using Global Quality Reporting System (GQRS) and J.D. Power data for various programs with multiple vehicle segments

• Evaluated new seat trim technology and created robust seat comfort testing methods in collaboration with suppliers such as Lear, Woodbridge, and more

• Categorized steering wheel verbatim to analyze areas of improvement for ergonomics

• Investigated gap tolerances in generic door panel trim of corporate and competitive vehicles to set requirements with alignment from Body Craftsmanship Engineering global team

• Coordinated and used strong communication skills with SMT as well as the Vehicle Performance Team and Program Team.

Engineering Intern, WSU June 2014 – August 2014

• Fabricated hydrogels and fibers for mechanical property evaluation using the Instron for tensile and compression testing and generated statistical analysis using Minitab and Excel

• Independently presented research paper at WSU research conference 2014 at Alliance for Graduate Education and the Professoriate conference in Lansing MI 2015. ACADEMIC PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Improved Automotive Windshield Defroster, Senior Thermal Fluids Systems Design (ME 4300) Aug 17- Dec 17

• ANSYS CAE analysis, literature review of SAE J902 and FMVSS 103 standards, P-diagrams, Boundary diagrams, PowerPoint presentations, innovative concepts, cost analysis, Mechanical Uterine Opening Device Prototype, Senior Design Project (ME 4500) August 2017- Dec 2017

• Utilized NX 9.0, 3D printing, Bill of Materials, FMEA, PUGH, VOC, Validation test plan, Design Calculations, Multisim circuitry, Patent search

Dynamic Modeling and Control of Engineering Systems (ME 4420) January 2017-April 2017

• Constructed a control strategy that will simultaneously monitor the engine temperature, the engine oil level and the surrounding light to provide appropriate control actions to the engine and headlights as well as to convey warning messages to the driver using Matlab/Simulink Gear Box Design Project, Design Elements I (ME 4150) Sept 2016- Dec 2016

• Computed design calculations for gears, shaft, bearings, and keys to lift a mass

• Performed mass analysis & cost analysis

Graphene Lubricant Technology for Pistons, Manufacturing Processes (ME 3450) Sept 2015- Dec 2015

• Developed team lead management skills, evaluated thermal properties of graphene, conducted CAD analysis and fatigue analysis

Comparison of Air Conditioning Systems in Regular Cars and Eco-cars (ENG 3050) Jan 2015- May 2015

• Researched and compiled findings on how AC systems work and recommended how to improve efficiency based on various refrigerants

STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS

• American Society of Mechanical Engineers-Programs Committee to arrange Industry Talks Sept 2016

• EcoCar3- Lead writer for chemical safety procedures Feb 2015 TECHNICAL SKILLS

• TeamCenter/Windchill NX 9.0/CATIA V5, Matlab, Minitlab, ANSYS/Fluent

• Instron tensile and compression testing, 3D printing

• Device bench testing (i.e. spring constant and torque stall)

• Application: Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, HTML

• Communications: English, Hindi, Spanish

• U.S. Citizen



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