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Stress Analyst / Finite Element Analyst

Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Posted:
May 04, 2019

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JALIL NAJI

Stress Analyst / Finite Element Analyst

ac87qm@r.postjobfree.com / 416-***-**** / 41 Palomino Cres., Toronto, ON M2K 1W2 SUMMARY OF SKILLS

Highly experienced mechanical engineer with over 10 years practise in industrial/laboratory setting.

Project Management Certificate from University of Toronto.

Practice in diverse industrial site; steel mills, packing machineries, turbines, pumps & hydraulic.

Proficiency in finite element analysis (FEA) and statics/dynamics analysis of mechanical structures.

Fluency with 3D / 2D CAD design tools.

Aptitude in mechanical/ vibration/modal test, measurements, instrument, data analysis, DAQ, sensors.

Brilliant R&D background Published papers in the international journal based on FEA in 2016-17

Solid academic knowledge of Vibrations, Finite Element Analysis, Control, Composite Material.

Strong Software skill; ANSYS, MATLAB, LabVIEW, SolidWorks, AutoCAD, Excel, Word. WORK EXPERIENCE

Project Manager, R&D Oct 2018- Jan 2019

Pliteq Inc., Woodbridge, Ontario,

Support new product development, including creation of porotypes, testing of prototypes.

Produce, test and write technical recommendations for new formulations or geometries.

Oversee and conduct various in-house laboratory tests (Static, Dynamic & Impact).

Employing different instruments & sensors for a wide of mechanical test.

Employing mechanical/vibration test to evaluate mechanical properties materials. Simulation Engineer, Vibration & FEA Mar 2012 – Sep 2017 Sharif vibration laboratory, Tehran, Iran.

Modelling and developing appropriate prototype for industrial structures.

Dynamic/static modelling & analysis of structure by finite element analysis (ANSYS).

Designs and prepares 3D solid models, 2D drawings.

Implementation of free and force vibration test in order to extract vibration characteristics.

Implementation of Modal Test and plotting frequency response function (FRF) and mode shapes.

Investigation on vibration behavior of composite beams integrated with magnetorheological fluid. Mechanical Engineer, Sep 2007 – Mar 2012

Kovosh Pouya Company, Tehran, Iran

Installing, running & troubleshooting industry machineries in Packing Industries & Tile Manufacturers.

Design, setting up hydraulics and pneumatics system in Steel Factories and Pipe Mills.

Designs and prepares 3D / 2D drawings & alteration and adoption of equipment to improve performances.

Predictive maintenance & control the technical results.

Modification to plants and equipment to ensure operating capacity. EDUCATION

Project Management Certificate, University of Toronto, Canada Sep 2018 Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering Sharif University of Technology, Tehran, Iran Feb 2017 MS Degree in Mechanical Engineering, Iran University of Science and Technology, Iran July 2007 PUBLICATION

Vibration characteristics of laminated composite beams with magnetorheological layer using layerwise theory, Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures, DOI: 10.1080/15376494.2016.1255819, 2017.

Vibration behaviour of laminated composite beams integrated with magnetorheological fluid layer, Journal of Mechanics; DOI: 10.1017/ jmech.2016.90, 2016.

Layerwise theory in modelling of magnetorheological laminated beams and characteristics identification of magnetorheological fluid, Mechanics Research Communications, vol.77, pp.50–59, 2016. REFRENCES



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