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Engineer Design

Location:
Irving, Texas, 75038, United States
Posted:
February 14, 2018

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Mangesh Dhadve

Irving, TX ****** 682-***-**** * ac4g9m@r.postjobfree.com

https://www.linkedin.com/in/mangeshdhadve/

MECHANICAL DESIGN ENGINEER

A self-starter engineer, able to work with a minimum of supervision, detail-oriented Mechanical Engineer with 2 years of experience in Product Design, 5 years of experience in 3D modeling using SolidWorks & CREO, MATLAB, C# and Arduino based programming

Hands-on experience in Product Design Life Cycle, Creating proof-of-concept prototypes, Consumer Hardware, DFM, Design of Experiments, Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing (ANSI Y14.5)

EDUCATION

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON, Arlington, TX

Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering, August 2017, GPA- 3.55/4.00

UNIVERSITY OF PUNE, Pune

Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering, May 2014, GPA- 3.50/4.00

ENGINEERING SKILLS

● SolidWorks PDM● Inventor ● PTC Creo/ ProE Wildfire ● Unigraphics● CATIA V5 ● 6SigmaET ● ANSYS Workbench APDL Icepak ● MasterCAM ● MATLAB ● LabVIEW ● C# ● Python ● HyperMesh SolidThinking ● Minitab ● GD&T (ASME/ANSI Y14.5-2009) ● AutoCAD

WORK EXPERIENCE

BEUMER GROUP, ARLINGTON, TX

CAD ENGINEER, JAN 2018- PRESENT

Created 2.5D and 3D CAD models of Baggage Handling System (BHS)

Developed assembly and component level drawings of conveyor systems

Performed engineering calculation to find support reactions using Finite Element code for ICS type conveyor

Created and maintained bill of materials (BOM) for the ICS type conveyor

Created automated scripts and formulae to find critical support structures through C# FEA code

Participated in project team meetings, discussions, R&D activities, and design work

Acting as liaison between design group, other departments, external & internal customers to investigate and resolve issues

THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT ARLINGTON, ARLINGTON, TX

RESEARCH ASSOCIATE (RELIABILITY ENGINEERING, MATERIAL TESTING), SEPT 2017- PRESENT

Analyzed Board Level Reliability (BLR) and Solder Joint Reliability (SJR) under Thermal Cycling, Power Cycling, Drop and Shock testing of packages using ANSYS Workbench and achieved 14% improvement in SJR

Achieved 24% Reliability improvement of Megtron-6 PCBA compared to FR4/ RCC PCBA under thermal loads

Created detailed CAD models of chip scale packages and servers using CREO and SolidWorks optimized for computational analysis using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) & Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) tools

Performed Highly Accelerated Stress Test (HAST) & Highly Accelerated Life Test (HALT) testing in environmental chamber – Thermotron for harsh environment testing

Perform experimental data acquisition and data analysis with error reduction using LabVIEW

ELECTRONICS, MEMS AND NANOELECTRONICS SYSTEMS PACKAGING CENTER, ARLINGTON, TX

GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT, AUG 2016- JUL 2017

Reduced effective fan power consumption by 25% without increasing system resistance

Optimized design of air duct & middle partition to reduce system resistance to airflow and thermal shadowing

Reduced mesh size from 94 million to 34 million using optimized CAD models

Acquainted with operating HVAC cooling unit (CRAC) for data center for thermal stress testing of servers

Created optimized CAD models of Big Sur server using SolidWorks, PTC Creo & SpaceClaim for CAE simulation

Calculated theoretical air flow requirements as per the power consumption and pressure difference

Studied the effects of changing thermal spreader at the interface of heat sink and processor

CS ENTERPRISES, PUNE

PROJECT DESIGN ENGINEER, SEPT 2014- MARCH 2015

Supervised 3 technicians for sheet metal fabrication in a regulated environment

Reduced cycle time by 53% (8 mins) by designing controlled cooling conveyor belt for forging industry

Created proof-of-concepts prototype of the conveyor system for design review along with design calculations

Created engineering drawings in AutoCAD, 3D CAD models in SolidWorks and performed tolerance analysis

Maintained record of Engineering Change Orders (ECO) and guided them through a chain in the company

Collaborated with various departments within the company for material procurement, manufacturing proposals, estimation, RFP/RFQ, BOM, vendor and customer meetings

NAND COMPOSITES, PUNE

DESIGN INTERN (PROJECT TRAINEE), JUL 2013- MAY 2014

Investigated existing manufacturing process to determine causes of failures by root cause analysis for plastic injection molding

Designed & implemented new tool to reduce defective workpieces by 65% and cycle time by 73%

Co-ordinated 3 design reviews with management team and shop floor workers

Created 3D CAD models using CATIA V5 and performed motion analysis to verify the concept

Implemented Design for Manufacturability, human factors and cosmetic principles in design

Created CNC codes for machining of tool casing using MasterCAM

Trained 6 operators to use new machine tool and created technical documentation on maintenance and troubleshooting

CERTIFICATIONS

Six Sigma Green Belt

Certified CAD Designer- SolidWorks

Statistical Quality Control Using Minitab

ENGINEERING PROJECTS

CFD Simulation and Design Optimization to improve cooling performance of ‘Big Sur’ Server

Developed CAD models of hardware and electronic components with SolidWorks & SpaceClaim optimized for CFD simulation

Analyzed data obtained from simulation to design with goal to optimize air flow and reducing / maintaining constant system resistance to the airflow

Analyzed the effects of changing fin thickness, height and other parameters of heat sink

Created 4 different prototype models for air duct and middle partition to study effect on air flow and system resistance

Selected optimized combination of air duct and middle partition to improve heat dissipation and reduce thermal shadowing to reduce fan power consumption by 25%

Design of Screw Conveyor (Sponsored by Martin Sprocket & Gear Inc, Arlington, TX)

Designed a screw conveyor to carry 250 cubic feet/ hour of sand at a temperature of 560 F at an angle of 5 with reliability of 90.92%, as per Design for Manufacturing / Assembly (DFM, DFA) guidelines

Used Quality Function Deployment (QFD) to translate customer’s (Martin Sprocket) specifications in to mechanical system specifications

Followed OSHA, EPA guidelines in design procedures

Conducted Cost analysis (Total Cost- $16,844), reliability & safety analysis, tolerance analysis

Development of the Insole for Diabetic Ulcers

Solidworks was used to make 3D CAD model of insole and ANSYS 17.2 was used to do computational study and design optimization of insole

Insole was designed with two different layers of Silicone and Ecoflex

Hydrostatic fluid element was used to pressurize different zones of insole with 30 KPa pressure to withstand average person weight (70 Kg)

Deformation and stress distribution was calculated on the surface of the insole, which will compare with real-time experiment values



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