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Mechanical Engineer Design

Macon, GA
March 07, 2018

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Phone : (***) -585-2516

Professional Summary:

Mechanical Engineer with 1 year of hands-on experience utilizing AutoCAD for designing and drafting of material handling equipment, machine & mechanical components

Enthusiastic and ambitious towards imagining, developing and implementing new product design concepts efficiently and effectively

Expertise in applying design principles and methods grasped from the Fundamentals of Engineering Drawing, FEA and Design of Machine Elements

Acquired a holistic knowledge experience from implementing the concepts of Design for Manufacturing and Assembly, GD&T

Certificate of Proficiency in AutoCAD and CATIA.

Technical Skills:

Design : AutoCAD, CATIA V5, SolidWorks

Analysis : ANSYS R16, MATLAB

Tools : BOM, FEA, Drafting, Assembly, Sheet metal, Surfacing

Processes : Cutting, Lathe, Milling, Drilling, Injection Molding, CNC, 3D Printing

Software : Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe Design Suite

Professional Experience:

NOX Engineering, India Jan 2015 – Dec 2015

Mechanical Design Engineer


Designed plant layouts and drawings from general written and verbal specifications

Improvised product drawings and developed new drawings for material handling equipment

Drafted detailed Orthographic projections of machine parts and products

Created assembly drawings, bill of materials and detail drawings for design of roll forming equipment and automated assembly cells increasing efficiency by 8% and reducing cost by 6%

Solicited feedback from machine operators and manufacturers to modify and develop designs of the highest quality and cost effectiveness

Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited, India July 2014 – Nov 2014

Manufacturing Engineer Intern


Hands-on experience with the technologies involved in the processing, manufacturing, and welding of heavy vessels, plates and heat exchangers

Assisted in designing, fabrication, and testing pressure tank profiles for different pressures

Drafted 2D models of high-pressure tanks and its components using AutoCAD

Developed CATIA models of heat exchangers and performed FEA simulations and analysis using ANSYS

Get used to Lathe, Milling, Drilling, CNC machines

Involved in a team of 7, working for reducing scrap production from 25% to 10% by utilizing new production method

Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, India July 2013 – Nov 2013

Mechanical Engineer Intern


Studied and practiced various processes involved in producing steel

Got familiar with different types of furnaces, ovens, condensers, distillation processes

Operated wire drawing mill and Ingots preparing mill

Associated with the handling team to establish quality control standards by performing Quality Analysis and Quality Control checks for the finished parts

Documented changes to existing job parameters in Excel for future production runs


Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering Jan 2016 – Dec 2017

University of South Florida, Tampa, FL GPA: 3.0/4

Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Aug 2011 – May 2015

Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India GPA 3.3/4

Key Projects

Structural and Fatigue Analysis of Plastic Snap fit buckle in ANSYS, USF Dec 2017

• Designed the model in CATIA v5 and determined the directional deformation, equivalent stresses and safety factor for the applied loading conditions. The fatigue analysis resulted in the total life of the snap fit before it reached its plastic limit

Design and Fabrication of a Catapult using Makerbot FDM 3D Printing, USF May 2016

• The project underlined the additive manufacturing techniques and principles in devising the catapult. The constituting parts were designed in CATIA v5 and 3D printed on Makerbot that uses fused disposition modeling process. Finally, a defect-free and light weight catapult which was capable of accurately launching marbles in the range of 20 feet, was fabricated

Measurement fracture toughness and DBTT of steel specimen using Charpy Impact Test, USF

April 2016

• Compared the theoretical and experimental fracture toughness values of the ferritic steel specimen based on the charpy impact energy. The Ductile-Brittle Transition Temperature of steel specimen was determined by plotting the energy vs temperature and % brittle vs temperature curves

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