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Manufacturing Engineer Mechanical

Location:
Warsaw, Indiana, United States
Posted:
August 16, 2018

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HIMANSHU JAISWAL (CSSGB)

PH: +1-682-***-**** ac6o6i@r.postjobfree.com 2310 Kuder Ln, Warsaw, IN-46582

EDUCATION:

Master of Science- Mechanical Engineering-University of Texas At Arlington Jan 2016 –May 2017 GPA:3.2

Bachelor of Technology- Mechanical Engineering-Graphic Era University, India Aug 2010 –May 2014 GPA:3.3

TECHNICAL SUMMARY:

•Graduate Mechanical Engineer with Industrial Work Experience in Design and Manufacturing of Orthopaedic class II products

•Experience in authoring SOPs, validation protocols and writing equipment qualifications (IQ.OQ,PQ)

•Skilled in DMAIC, Value Stream Mapping, Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma, DOE Statistical Analysis.

•Experience in analysing data through Minitab, ANOVA, (Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Visio and Project).

•Experience in the engineering field which includes Injection Molding, Sheet Metal Forming, Casting.

•Proficient of Blueprint Reading, GD&T, Quality Control, Quality Assurance, Gap Analysis, ISO/TS 16949 and Product Testing methods.

•Experience with Lean Quality Tools (FMEA, Pareto Charts, Fishbone Diagrams, Six Sigma, 5S, 5Why, Gauge R &R,8D Methodology).

•Experience in 2D & 3D CAD software’s (AutoCAD, SolidWorks, Pro-E) and CMM

•Excellent in written and communication skills, team player with great leadership capability, analytical and problem-solving skills.

SKILLS:

MRP, CMM, CAD, Problem Solving, SMED (Single Minute Exchange Dies), JIT (Just In Time), Zero Defect, NCRs, CAPA, ISO 13485, Process Validation, 5S, Measurement System Analysis(MSA), SDQC, TPM (Total Preventive Maintenance), Calibration, Total Quality Management, IQ, OQ, PQ, SOPs,8D, PDCA, SPC (Statistical Process Control), 21 CFR part 11, 820, cGMP

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:

Manufacturing Engineer Zimmer Biomet/Iscientia Warsaw, Indiana Jan 2018 – Present

Coordinated in G-Code CNC programming, SolidWorks 3D modeling, tooling selection in machining processes of joint replacement products.

Coordinated with Cross Functional Team to prepare SOP’s, PFMEA’s and Control Plans to satisfy customer requirements

Performed the evaluation and recommendation to the CAPA team to analyze and investigate CAPA’s

Validated the Test Fixtures, Test Assemblies and Gauges and processed Engineering change orders

Interfaced with the suppliers to ensure that they meet the manufacturability and quality requirements of the raw materials supplied

Performed Time Study and Process Analysis to identify process wastes and implemented solutions to reduce cycle time by 20%.

Executed test method validation and reviewed Design History Files, CCRs

Identified bottleneck in the production delays by Value Stream Mapping and optimized the process.

Performed Measurement System Analysis(MSA) like Gage R&R, Gage Verification and Calibration on all QC gages.

Raise Quality issues and concerns during MRB (Material Review Board) meetings for non-conforming products.

Completed Customer Corrective Action requests and issue any necessary quality alerts to the production floor.

Prepared Bill of Materials (BOM) for all existing & new products and delivery schedules.

Automotive Functional Safety Trainee LHP Columbus, Indiana Jun 2017 to Sep 2017

•Designed control strategies for Cummins 5.9 L diesel engine and calibrated fuel injection system

•Performed Hazard analysis and risk assessment and investigated that the most critical ASIL assigned to the ETC functionality is ASIL B

•Created minimum & maximum governor models and diesel engine speed control system

•Prepared test cases and tested control strategies by SIL & HIL testing and documented test results and provided regular reports

•Detailed the functional and technical safety requirements for LHPU ETC

•Specified safety and non-safety-based functionality depending on ASIL classification

•Tested the ETC under fault conditions like power failure and stuck throttle valve conditions for fail-safe state

•Implemented and verified safety-based requirements using V-model approach as a method of managing safety and risk

Accomplishment: Improved the Six Sigma level of the Engine Mounting Bracket from 1.53 to 4.53, resulted in a monetary saving of $30,000.

CAD Designer (AutoCAD and SolidWorks) Graphic Era University Lab India Sep 2014 to Oct 2015

•Designed 2D/ 3D CAD models of engine components like piston, connecting rod, crank shaft and powertrain components

•Performed dynamic structural thermo-mechanical stress, vibrational and thermal analysis on the engine and closed gearbox assembly

•Conducted Finite element analysis to develop automotive components to increase the strength and improve the overall efficiency

•Evaluated product performance by conducting FEA on prototype models and recommended modifications to the product

•Created and maintained the bills of materials (BOMs) for part number, part name, units of measure, procurement type

CERTIFICATIONS:

“Six Sigma Green Belt Certified (SSGBC) ” Management and Strategy Institute, LLC Mar 2018

“Project Management - Lean Process Certified” Management and Strategy Institute, LLC Mar 2018

“Statistical Quality Control (SQC)” OTIFAS Six Sigma Feb 2018

“Fundamentals of Functional Safety Control Systems using ISO 26262”

SAE Certificate of Mastery Course Jun 2017

ANSYS: “A Hands-on Introduction to FEA Simulations from Cornell University” Jul 2016

CATIA V5: “3D Design Modeling, Part Design and Assembly” Aug 2012

ACADEMIC PROJECTS:

Quality Improvement in small and medium sized enterprises- Die Casting Aug 2017 – Dec 2017

Identified problem using data analysis, pareto charts, process flow chart, Fish bone Diagram, PMFEA, FMEA, Control Plan.

Reduced rejection rate from 8.13% to 5.18% which reduced overall material rejection by 2.5%.

Structural Analysis and Weight Optimization of a six-cylinder Diesel Engine Crank shaft Jan 2017 - April 2017

Generated the 3D CAD model of crankshaft using SolidWorks and imported the model to ANSYS workbench to perform FEA

Optimized the weight of crankshaft by 5 % and improved the strength of the crankshaft as value of the principal stresses, strain and the deformation for the optimized design is far lesser than the yield limit.

Design Optimization of mandrel of a pilger mill used for production of seamless steel tubes May 2016 – Sep 2017

Investigated the problem of shorter life span and sudden failure of mandrel of a pilger mill which hindered the production

Redesigned the 3D model of linear and parabolic shape mandrel and performed structural and thermal analysis for two steel materials H11 and M4 using finite element analysis in ANSYS workbench.

Improved the life span of mandrel by 10% and increased the production by 25% by using the best suited material

Applied Design for 6 Sigma principles(DMAIC) and maintained documentation for Dimensional Variation Analysis and participates in the Failure Modes Effects Analysis (FMEA) process

Thermal Analysis and Optimization of I.C. Engine Piston Using Finite Element Method Jan 2014 – April 2014

Applied the geometric and thermal material properties and set up the boundary condition by specifying temperatures, conductive and convective loads on piston walls

Defined strategy for the workflow of optimization and carried out Static and Thermal (Coupled Field) analysis

Improved the performance as the maximum induced stress reduced by 8% and total deformation by 10%

Structural Analysis and Weight Optimization of a six-cylinder Diesel Engine Crank shaft May 2014 – Aug 2014

Generated the 3D CAD model of crankshaft using SolidWorks and imported the model to ANSYS workbench to perform Finite Element Analysis

Optimized the weight of crankshaft by 5 % and improved the strength of the crankshaft as value of the principal stresses, strain and the deformation for the optimized design is far lesser than the yield limit.

Design, construction and verification of a medical device for measuring a patient’s rate of respiration Jan 2013 – Mar 2013

Participated in designing, construction and verification of a medical device for measuring a patient’s rate of respiration

Defined the requirements for operating environments, design and implementation, functionality and hardware

Carried out Failure Mode and Effect Analysis to identify risk levels and implemented the measure to reduce them

Performed Worst Case Analysis to verify that design is robust enough to meet system specification requirements over design life under the worst-case conditions and tolerances.

PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

“Fundamentals of Automotive Functional Safety Control Systems using ISO 26262” July 2017

Automotive Functional Safety Training: Intro to LHP-TUV ISO-26262 Certification

Engineering Process Training, FSC, TSC, FTA, HARA

Data acquisition systems and sensors

Diesel Engine and Controls Training (Speed Governing; Controls Modelling; System Diagrams, Wiring, and CAN), Calibration Verification and Validation of ETC

Detailing of test requirements & writing technical documents and detailed test reports, interpreting and documenting summary of results

Agile SCRUM, Business Etiquette, Leadership, Stress and Conflict Management, Professional Communication, Teamwork, and Budgeting

INTERNATIONAL JOURNALS PUBLICATIONS

Modal Analysis of Hand-Arm Vibration (Humerus Bone) for Biodynamic Response Using Varying Boundary Conditions Based on FEA

Publication date Aug 26, 2014 SPRINGER, Intelligent Computing, Communication and Devices pp 169-176 DOI: 10.1007/978-81-322- 2012-1_18

Free Vibration Modes Analysis of Femur Bone Fracture Using Varying Boundary Conditions based on FEA

ELSEVIER International Conference on Materials Processing and Characterisation (ICMPC 2014) http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.mspro.2014.07.142



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