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Electrical Engineer Power Plant

Kendall Park, New Jersey, United States
August 15, 2018

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Electrical engineer with two years of professional experience with strong interpersonal skills and extensive industrial experience working on Allen Bradley and Siemens PLC.


•Design Tools: Auto CAD, Inventor, Quartus, Siemens TIA, Wonderware, RS Logix 500, FactoryTalk View, MATLAB, Minitab.

•Programming Languages: VHDL, Ladder Logic, Assembly Languages, HMI Programming.

•Platforms and Software Packages: Windows, MS Office

•Well versed with design tools – Layout and Physical Design, Schematic

•Experience in working with testing/ laboratory equipment like Oscilloscopes, Signal Generators, Logic Analyzers

•Applicable Knowledge on the concepts of Kaizen and Lean Processes, Statistical Process charts, Pareto Analysis, Six Sigma and concepts of value engineering like cycle time.


Maters of Science in Engineering Technology- Electronics, Dec 2016

Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, Kansas GPA of 3.3 on a 4.0 scale

Courses included:

Advanced Microprocessors and Micro controllers Programmable and Logical devices

Advanced topics of Electromagnetics Value Engineering

Engineering Project Management Quantitative Decision making in Industries

Systems Engineering and Analysis Quality Management and Control

Design of Experiments Solid State Physics



Peerless Products Inc, Fort Scott, KS Aug 2017 – May 2018

Automated the test equipment for testing of doors.

Program PLC and HMI to perform specific functions depending on the needed output.

Worked on conveyor systems on the production lines.

Build windows and doors using BOM.

Utilized AutoCAD software to design DIE drawings for use in production and R&D.

Testing and approving of finished products by checking their quality based on the requirement and the company standards.

Support and implementation of recommended actions to resolve problems that arise in production lines.

Assisted in the production process when managing workers schedules, ensuring proper procedures were followed and important deadlines were met.

Kaizen improvements for the line.


APCPDCL, Telangana, India Jan 2014 – July 2015

Troubleshoot and maintenance of PLC.

Operating the sub-station of the power plant using SCADA.

Inspecting the voltage and current transformers, checking the condition of the circuit breakers, the level of SF6 in circuit breakers, relays and lighting arresters.

Drawn the plant layout using AutoCAD Electrical.


Project Title: Electric car with four wheel drive. Jan, 2016 – May 2016

Description: Design and developed a four wheel powered electric car with manual and remote operation. This vehicle is effective in keeping a check on carbon emission, attains a maximum speed of 20 to 25 mph with a load capacity of 50lbs. Ability to work in all terrain and is highly cost effective. Designed the frame work and electric component assembly using Solid Works.

Integrated the electrical components - motors, transmitter and receiver and the motor controllers. Installed the electric and mechanical components aiding in the vehicle stability.

Developed the steering mechanism and integrated it with the vehicle design, facilitating it to steer within a ten feet radius.

Project Title: Grid interconnection of renewable energy sources with power quality improvement features. July 2013 – Nov, 2013

Description: This project dealt with the control strategy for achieving maximum benefits from grid-interfacing inverters when installed in 3-phase 4-wire distribution systems. The active and reactive powers are compensated using shunt active power filters. The design enables us to supply the excessive power demand by the alternative energy sources to the power grid. This new control concept was demonstrated with extensive MATLAB/Simulink simulation methods.

Designed the 3-phase 4-wire distribution system using MATLAB with shunt active power filters to improve the power quality of the system.

Simulated the design in MATLAB and verified the current waveforms before and after the increase in power demand.

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