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Engineering Safety

Dearborn, Michigan, United States
May 20, 2018

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**** ********** *****, ********* #***, Dearborn, Michigan 48126

Mobile: +1-313-***-**** Email ID: Professional Summary:

• Strong understanding of Functional safety work products and ISO 26262 standard

• Strong knowledge in Automatic Transmissions and Hybrid Powertrain Systems.

• Experienced in developing mathematical model of an automatic transmission and simulating shift process for the same in MATLAB/Simulink.

• Strong knowledge in understanding customer needs, Benchmarking, and QFD.

• Experienced in cascading vehicle level attributes requirements to systems, sub-systems, and components.

• Strong understanding of System Engineering ‘V’ model, timings, and various gateways in the vehicle program. Education:

• University of Michigan-Dearborn Dearborn, MI

M.S. in Automotive Systems Engineering 05/2018

Specializing in the Powertrain-Transmission, and Vehicle Integration.

• Visvesvaraya Technological University Bangalore, India B.S. in Mechanical Engineering 06/2015

Technical Skills:

• AutoCAD • Ansys • Minitab • HyperMesh • PFMEA

• MS Office Suite • CATIA • MATLAB/Simulink • C Programming •DMAIC Relevant Courses:

Total Quality Management and Six Sigma, Automobile- An Integrated System, Automotive Powertrains, Vehicle Thermal Management, Automotive Manufacturing Process. Vehicle Packaging, Vehicle Ergonomics, Automotive Assembly Systems Work Experience:

K Vertex Associates (KVA), MI, USA 02/2018-Present Functional Safety Intern

• Supported client activities on analysis, development, and documentation for autonomous vehicles including ISO 26262 standard engineering processes for functional safety;

• Became familiar with software tools for ISO 26262 implementation, through use, self-tutorials, example exercises, PowerPoint training materials.

• Supported in creating, organizing, and maintaining information in the company’s own Wikipedia database.

• Conducted a detailed gap analysis of traffic infractions between three major states in the US for a major client working on autonomous vehicle project.

• Conducted gap analysis on contents of safety plan between of ISO 26262 and customer.

• Currently, working on developing training materials consisting of Advance Driver Assistance System (SACC, LKA and AEB) examples which includes developing item definition, HARA, Functional Safety Concept consisting of functional safety requirements for the preliminary architecture of the system. University of Michigan-Dearborn, Dearborn, MI 09/2017-Present Graduate Teaching Assistant- Powertrains

• Assisting professor in grading graduate student’s homework assignments. Maruti Suzuki (Pratham Motors) Bangalore, India 01/2016-06/2016 Engineering Intern

• Completed basic and advanced level of training from regional training office of Maruti Suzuki India Limited.

• Implemented 5S, Kaizen, Poka-yoke in servicing of automobiles.

• Overhauled Engines and Transmissions with assistance of technicians.

• Carried out inspection and replacement of various components in the vehicle system.

• Assisted technicians in cylinder compression test, servicing of inter-coolers, suspension systems, brake systems.

• Operated SDT (Suzuki Diagnostic Tool) to inspect, analyze and eliminate errors caused by various sensors and actuators present in different vehicle systems

Project Work Experience

Simulation and Analysis of Up Shift Process in a 6-speed Automatic Transmission. 02/2017-03/2017

• Established a mathematic model for the transmission-vehicle system consisting of general state variable equation, specific state variable equation for the 1st gear, 1-2 shift process and 2nd gear operation.

• Simulated the launch of the vehicle from rest in 1st gear, initiated 1-2 shift at a speed of 15 mph, and 2nd gear operation for 2 seconds with an open torque converter and a fixed throttle position using MATLAB/Simulink.

• Reduced torque overshoot by spark retarding, and careful calibration of the oncoming clutch. Further, torque hole was reduced to maximum extent with help of spark retard. Modeling of Vehicle cooling system. 11/2016

• Built a Simulink model of vehicle cooling system consisting of four sub models namely, engine operation, air flowrate, coolant flowrate and heat transfer.

• Determined coolant flow rate, heat rejection from the engine, and engine outlet coolant temperature for different vehicle speeds by executing the simulation model.

Computational Analysis of Hemispherical Radiating Fin. 01/2015-04/2015

• Derived heat transfer equations by using two-dimensional conduction equation in spherical coordinates and subjected the same to radiative boundary condition, with constant base temperature. Solved derived equations using Finite Difference Method and Gauss-Seidel iterations by writing a code in FORTRAN 95.

• Determined Heat transfer improvement as a function of thermal conductivity and emissivity, with and without irradiation. The hemispherical fin starts to radiate heat for thermal conductivity > 3 (W/mK) and absorbs heat for thermal conductivity < 3 (W/mK).

Vehicle Integration - Conceptual Design of 2021 Toyota Highlander. 09/2016-12/2016

• Collected Customer requirements from surveys, websites, magazine and, blogs.

• Conducted a benchmarking study of competitor vehicles with the reference selected vehicle.

• Developed Pugh Diagrams to compare the reference vehicle with the target vehicle and benchmarked vehicles.

• Determined target specifications through the application of the Quality Function Deployment (QFD) to a selected vehicle system (Instrument panel).

• Developed interface diagram and matrix for the selected vehicle system included all major sub-systems.

• Incorporated System Engineering ‘V’ model to show timings and various gateways in the vehicle program.

• Determined costs and conducted financial analysis for the vehicle program.

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