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Engineering Engineer

Columbus, OH
March 05, 2018

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Mohammad S. Bhuyan

Department of Integrated Systems Engineering (ISE), Ohio State University (OSU) 1971 Neil Avenue, Baker Systems Engineering Building, Room# 478, Columbus, OH 43201, USA Phone: 614-***-**** (cell)



ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt associate with six years of MRB & ME Experience in Aerospace industry and six years of Research Engineering Expertise 1. EDUCATION

Ph.D. Integrated Systems Engineering (ISE)

May 2018 (Expected) Ohio State University (OSU), Columbus, OH Dissertation: Further Application of Reactive In-Mold Coating: Effect of Inhibitor and Conductive Colored Coating

M.S. Mechanical Engineering

July 2008 Tuskegee University, Tuskegee Institute, Al Thesis: Comparative Study of Thermal and Microwave Cured Nanocomposite Materials

B.S. Materials and Metallurgical Engineering

February 2004 Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology


Thesis: Influence of Design of Test Specimen on Reliability of Casting 2. RESEARCH INTERESTS

In-Mold Coating (IMC) application, modeling, and Optimization Application of IMC for lower molding temperature process (IM, RTM), developing conductive colored IMC, process modeling, cure kinetics and optimization, process windows and operational decision making

Critical Surface protection and performance optimization Ultrasound and microwave assisted fabrication of SWCNT/epoxy nano-tape/nano-paper and performance optimization.

Smart Manufacturing

Rapid, energy-efficient manufacturing process for polymer nanocomposites. Advanced polymeric compounds, carbon/glass fiber reinforced composites, nanomaterials, and CNF/CNT reinforced nanocomposites

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Doctoral Research Assistant, Ohio State University May 2016 – Present Polymer & Composite Processing laboratory & CDME

1. DoC-EDA funded project to create a new model for manufacturing and commercialization support for national businesses (EDA60058375)

Investigating the effect of Inhibitor (Benzoquinone) on thermally activated one component system to move efficient Pareto frontier towards the ideal location

Optimizing cure and inhibition time and pot life in reactive In-Mold Coating (IMC) process by using the Multi-Criteria Optimization (MCO) Method

Developing process windows to select the best compromises among the relevant performance measures of the IMC process for both SMC and Injection molded parts 2. OMNOVA Solution Inc. funded project to developed a new product line for electrostatically painting of clear topcoat (OMNOVA-1003)

Developing conductive colored IMC system by using SWCNT for SMC and IM products

Modeling and optimizing all stages of IMC process

Investigation effect of the second initiator to suppress the curing temperature 3. HONDA North America funded project to evaluate the In-Mold Coating for passenger car bumper which is made by thermoplastic polyolefin (TPO) (CDME-10004)

Performed cure kinetics of coatings supplied by OMNOVA, Ashland, and Covestro by using Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC-Q20) and Rheometer (ARES-G2)

Processed and evaluated IMC coating by using SH50M injection molding machine and EMC2 coating curt

Assessed the feasibility of commercialization of one-part coating from OMNOVA

Graduate Research Assistant, Tuskegee University August 2006 – July 2008 Tuskegee Center for Advanced Materials (TCAM)

1. US-NSF funded project to enhance research infrastructure in the Materials Science and Engineering at Tuskegee University (NSF-PREM grants)

Designed and manufactured composite test panels by using VARTM method

Investigated the effect of hygrothermal exposure of plain oven 240-D S2 glass/epoxy composite

2. US-NSF funded Research and Educational Partnership in Nanomaterials between Tuskegee University and Cornell University (NSF-PREM and RISE grants) Page 3 of 5 Email:

Investigated effect of nanoparticles (CNFs, CNTs, and Aerosil) on microwave curing

Executed Rheological, Thermal (DSC, TGA) and Mechanical (Flexure, Compression) tests according to ASTM standards and statistically analyzed experimental data

Analyzed fracture behavior of nanocomposites by using SEM and TEM 4. INDUSTRIAL EXPERIENCE

MRB Engineer January 2011 – December 2014

Atlas Aerospace, Wichita, KS

Verified and analyzed discrepant part/Assy in the MRB crib and provided Engineering disposition for possible rework/submission/scrap per AS9100 requirements

Applied 5W problem-solving methodology in determining root causes, gathered and analyzed data; implemented preventive/ corrective actions to reduce reasons of a chronic problem in an assembly line.

Implemented one-part-flow production for major assemblies through KAIZEN, and visual factory management (ANDON)

Manufacturing Engineer August 2008 – December 2010 Atlas Aerospace, Wichita, KS

Analyzed and developed sequential planning from customer requirements for more than 100 detail and Assembly part number

Established PCCI and BOM for each product; identified proposed operation support requirements and maintained planning database

Utilized CATIA V5 to analyze GD&T and recommended probable design change through ECR to ease fabrication process

Research Engineer, March 2004 – July 2006

IMMM, Joypurhat, Bangladesh

Performed heat treatment of hypo, hyper, and eutectoid steel

Identified grain structure of steel and calculated ferrite, pearlite and cementite content in the microstructure

Analyzed stress-strain and determined mechanical properties of steels 5. TEACHING INTERESTS

Manufacturing: Polymer and Composite Processing, SMC and Injection Molding, Sheet Metal and Casting, Metallurgy

Quality Engineering: Production Systems, Process Modeling, and optimization, Risk Analysis

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Nanocomposites: Nanomaterials, Crystallography and Structure of Materials, Nanocomposites Processing


Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ohio State University January 2015 – April 2016 Department of Integrated Systems Engineering (ISE)

ISE 4500-Manufacturing Process Engineering, Fall 2017

ISE 5540-Polymer Processing Fundamental, Spring 2017

ISE 3800-Engineering Project Management, Fall 2015, Spring 2016

ISE 3400-Production Planning and Facility Design, Spring 2015

Laboratory Assistant, Tuskegee University January 2015 – April 2016 Department of Mechanical Engineering (ME)

MENG 0412-Thermal Science lab, Fall 2006, Spring 2007,

CENG 0320 Unit Operation lab-1, Fall 2007, Spring 2008 7. PUBLICATIONS

Journal Articles

1. Rangari*, V. K., Bhuyan, M. S., and Jeelani, S. (2011). Comparative study of microwave and thermal curing of high-temperature epoxy/carbon nanotubes polymer nanocomposites and their properties. International Journal of Nanoscience. Vol. 10, No. 6 2. Rangari*, V. K., Bhuyan, M. S. and Jeelani. S. (2011). Microwave processing and characterization of EPON 862/CNT nanocomposites. United States Materials Science and Engineering B 168. 117–121

3. Rangari*, V. K., Bhuyan, M. S. and Jeelani. S. (2011). Microwave curing of CNFs/EPON- 862 nanocomposites and their thermal and mechanical properties. Composites Part A: Applied Science and Manufacturing Volume 42 (7), 849–858 4. Bhuyan*, M. K., Bhuyan*, M. S. Rodriguez-Deyora, J. I., & Yanez, M. (2012). Delamination behavior of bidirectional S2 glass epoxy laminated composite due to combined moisture and temperature cyclic loading. Journal of Composite Materials, 47(27), 3421-3432. doi:10.1177/0021998312466120

Conference Proceedings

1. Rangari*, V. K., Bhuyan, M. S. and Jeelani. S. (2010). Synthesis, Thermal and Mechanical Characterization of Microwave cured Epoxy/CNTs nanocomposites. Seventh International Conference on Composite Science & Technology (ICCST/7), Sharjah, United Arab Emirates 2. Rangari*, V. K., Bhuyan, M. S. and Jeelani. S. (2009). Synthesis, Comparative Study of Thermal and Microwave cured Epon862/CNFs Nanocomposites. ICCM-17 17th Page 5 of 5 Email:

International Conference on Composite Materials 27, Edinburgh International, Convention Centre (EICC), Edinburgh, UK

3. Rangari*, V. K., Bhuyan, M. S. and Jeelani. S. (2008). Microwave processing and characterizing of Epoxy 862/CNT nanocomposites, SAMPADA-2008, University of Pune, India

Journal Articles Review

1. JJM Machado, EAS Marques, RDSG Campilho and Lucas FM da Silva (2017). Mode I fracture toughness of CFRP as a function of temperature and strain rate. Journal of Composites Materials, Vol. 51-23-331*-****. DOI: 10.1177/0021998316682309 8. SOFTWARE SKILLS

MS Office : Word, Excel, and Powerpoint

Design tool : CATIA V5, Solidworks, Moldex3D, and Matlab

MRP tool : EstiTrack, and AX Dynamics

BI tool : Tableau and SAP R/3

Statistics : Design Expert, and Minitab

Project Management : Clarizen


ASQ Certified Six Sigma Green Belt, Certification# 9329

Lean Management Certification, ID# 2826691


Best MRB Engineer for outstanding support on Gulfstream recovery to schedule in 2014

Graduate assistantship with full tuition waiver for Ph.D. study at Ohio State University 11. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION

Institute of Industrial Engineers (IIE), member (2015-present)

Institute of Industrial & Systems Engineers, member (2015-present)

American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS), member (2015-present)

American Society for Quality (ASQ), member (2012-present) and Director of Student Involvement at OSU Student Chapter

Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), member (2015-present)

Institute of Engineers, Bangladesh (IEB), member (2004-2008)

American Association of Bangladeshi Engineers and Architects (AABEA) Michigan Chapter, member (2015-present)

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