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Engineering Engineer

Tempe, Arizona, United States
February 25, 2019

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Pallab Bose

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M.S., Mechanical Engineering Graduating May 2019

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 3.19 GPA

Bachelor of Technology, Mechanical Engineering July 2016 West Bengal University of Technology, W.B., India 7.95/10 CGPA TECHNICAL SKILLS

Design and Applications: SOLIDWORKS, AUTOCAD, Pro-E Engineering Simulation: ANSYS Fluent, Finite Element Analysis,Abaqus Programming: C, MATLAB, Python

Other: Microsoft Excel, PowerPoint, Word, Project


DVC Thermal Powerplant, Durgapur, India, Summer intern May 2015-July 2015

• Worked under Assistant Engineer to supervise coal feeding process for a 80 MW unit

• Submitted a report on monthly Coal requirement, total energy production and thermal efficiency of the above- mentioned unit

TATA Motors, Kolkata, India; Quality Engineering Intern May/2014 – July/2014

• Tested and documented engine performance of repaired Vehicles and provided weekly reports to supervisor ACADEMIC PROJECTS

1. Design of an Automotive Cooling System for a four stroke four-cylinder Diesel Engine

• Designed a circulatory water-cooling system for a four stroke four-cylinder diesel engine present at the Automobile Laboratory of Future Institute of Engineering and Management

• Based on the heat load data from the actual engine, made a working model of the engine cooling system that had a temperature drop of 9 degree Celsius across the radiator 2.ANSYS Fluent simulation of a downflow single pass air-cooled automotive radiator

• Used AutoCAD to make a model of the radiator and used ANSYS FLUENT to run simulation based on data obtained from previous project

• Executed comparison of performance analysis of the model with the actual cooling system designed in previous project

3.Wind energy assessment using VVP retrieval method and Wind-farm proposal

• Wrote Volume Velocity Processing (VVP) retrieval algorithm to a prospective wind farm

• Produced velocity PDFs to select turbines with compatible power curves

• Made a business model based on estimated capacity of the virtual wind farm and did economic analysis to propose for funding from potential investors

4.Investigation of thermal properties and optical properties of a Non-Newtonian Fluid for solar application

• Made a glazed flat-plate solar collector to collect solar energy to supply to a Non-Newtonian fluid (Oobelck)

• Used MATLAB to analyze the data obtained for the disturbed and undisturbed cases for several runs of experiment and made a regression fit to the data to relate incoming solar radiation and temperature rise assuming the relation to be linear

5.Statistical Signal detection algorithm for a LiDAR

• Wrote a signal detection algorithm for a prototype LiDAR considering Gaussian-white thermal and Poisson-white shot noise to be present in the signal

• Applied the detection algorithm on low frequency signal generated by an ADC (Analog to Digital Converter) present in the Environmental Remote Sensing research group at ASU OTHER WORK EXPERIENCE

Teaching Aide for MAE 213: Mechanics of Material, ASU, Tempe 8/2018 – Present

• Take recitations, grade assignment, hold office hours for a class of seventy students Grader for MEE 322: Structural Mechanics, ASU, Tempe 8/2017 – Present

• Grade quizzes, assignments and exam papers, keep and update gradebook for a class of forty students Other Achievements

• Fundamentals of Global Energy Business, University of Colorado, Coursera

• Wind Energy, Technical University of Denmark, Coursera

• Project Management Life Cyle, Rochester Institute of technology, edx

• Six Sigma: Define and Measure, Technische Universität München, edx

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