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Mechanical Engineering Information Technology

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Dallas, TX
Posted:
January 31, 2014

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NITESH K M GUPTA accf24@r.postjobfree.com

Arlington TX 76010

HIGHLIGHTS (I AM)

A dynamic individual with strong technical and communication skills.

A quick learner with a desire to work in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

A Master’s graduate with a focus on Design and Manufacturing Engineering.

A team player with the ability to follow as well as lead my peers to success.

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Aug 2011 – Dec 2013

Graduate Research Assistant Aerodynamic Research Center UTA

Knowledge in the field of Detonations.

Experience in signal processing using cross correlation.

Worked on the designing aspect of scramjet inlet in hypersonic tunnel.

Hands on experience in the working and maintenance of hypersonic tunnel.

Intern (In plant) Bosch Pvt Ltd, India July 2009 - Aug 2009

Worked under the direct guidance of Mr. Bachappanavar, Manager, Training & Development.

Worked primarily on production of spark plug.

Visited the various departments including the Alternators, Starters and its R&D.

July 2012 – Dec 2013

Lead Student Desktop Assistant University of Texas at Arlington

Worked at the Office of Information Technology as student lead to promote and power the productivity of

the University community through effective use of Information technology

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATION

Aug 2011 – Dec 2013

Arlington, TX University of Texas at Arlington

Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering, GPA - 3.5

Relevant Courses: Finite Element Methods, Gas Dynamics, Computational Aerodynamics -1, Control

System Components, Air-breathing Propulsion, Dynamic Data Analysis.

Bangalore, Karnataka, India Visveswaraiah Tech University Sep 2007 - Jun 2011

Bachelors of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering,

PUBLICATION

F.K.Lu, N.K.M.Gupta, D.R.Wilson - "Point Measurement of Detonation Wave Speed" - The 29th

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON SHOCK WAVES, Madison WI, July 2013.

ACADEMIC PROJECTS

Design and Development of Ion Gauge:

Designed an ion gauge in order to estimate the velocity of detonation wave.

A pair of ion gauges was built into a four -hole ceramic tube potted with epoxy into a steel plug. Solid

copper wires were used as electrode pairs.

The distance between the two gauges was very less thereby giving a point measurement.

Measurement of Detonation Wave Propagation using Ion Gauges:

Converted shock tunnel into a shock-induced detonation tube.

A 30ft long stainless steel tube was used with 2in internal diameter. This tube was entirely filled with

stoichiometric oxy-hydrogen mixture.

Ion gauges and pressure transducers were placed along the tube to study the propagation of the detonation

wave.

Design a gas turbine engine for a supersonic transport aircraft:

Designed and compared three gas turbine engines for a mission of range 11000km using NPSS.

Final engine cycle parameters and performance were calculated for transonic and supersonic cruise

segments of the mission.

The goal of the project was to minimize fuel consumption, maximize thrust and minimize engine diameter.

Combustion Chamber:

Fabricated and experimentally analyzed a simplified version of combu stion chamber which can be used as

industrial furnaces.

LPG is being used as fuel and compressed air is fed tangentially to the chamber.

Flame behavior has being qualitatively analyzed for different air-fuel mixtures and temperatures had been

recorded axially as well as radially.

Designed and Fabricated Radio Controlled IC-Engine Car:

Lead a team of five for this project.

Fabricated the structural parts of the car like chassis, arms, suspension stays, disc brake and mountings.

Designed a fully adjustable suspension system.

Tuned the engine for fast response and to maintain ideal temperature.

SOFTWARES AND SKILLS

NPSS, Matlab, Solid Edge, Solid Works, Catia V5, LabVIEW



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