Atul Sudhakar Patil
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Industry experience in the capacity of design, consulting professional and site engineer.
Experienced in 3D Finite Element Modeling in ANSYS, MATLAB, STAAD.Pro, MS Office.
Conversant with ASCE 7-05, ACI 318-08, AISC Steel Construction Manual.
Analyzed wind induced response and its’ mitigation in long span bridges.
Analyzed wind turbine structure to evaluate the performance under the action earthquake and high velocity wind loads.
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering - Florida State University (Summer 2015).
Masters in Civil Engineering - Florida State University (Spring 2010).
Bachelor in Civil Engineering - Datta Meghe College, Mumbai University (May 1999).
1.Associated Consultants, Thane, India September 2005 to August 2008.
Designed and worked as consultant for infrastructural facilities.
Guided and worked closely with site engineers to solve day to day problems on sites.
Coordinated between various departments involved in the projects, and ascertained the timely completion of the work.
2.Venus Constructions, Mumbai, India March 2004 to July 2005.
Repaired and rehabilitated old structures to enhance the structural performance.
Planned day to day activities, managed labor force and material inventory.
3.Structwel Designers and Consultants Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, India March 2003 to January 2004.
Worked as structural design engineer.
Restored damaged structures to extend the life and enhance the performance.
Participated in writing articles for steel reinforcement manual.
Performed comparative assessment of properties of Thermex and Thermo Mechanically Treated (TMT) steel bars.
4.Soham Constructions Pvt. Ltd., Mumbai, India June 1999 to February 2003.
Worked as design and site engineer.
1.Proposed performance evaluation framework using fragility approach for wind turbine towers subjected seismic and high velocity wind loads (Spring 2012 - Spring 2015).
Performed finite element analysis of a wind turbine tower model using ANSYS.
Wrote MATLAB code for automation and data processing.
2.National Science Foundation (NSF) research project on “Offshore wind turbines subjected to hurricanes: Simulation of wind-wave-structure and aerodynamic load reduction” (Fall 2014 - Spring 2015).
3.Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) research project on “Axle equivalent transverse loading on segmental bridge decks” (Spring 2012 - Fall 2013).
Performed finite element modeling and analysis of concrete bridge to develop a method for FDOT Office of Maintenance to analyze the permit vehicle for transverse bending effect.
4.Korean Institute of Construction and Transportation Technology Evaluation and Planning research project on “Integrated aerodynamic analysis for long-span Cable Bridge” (Summer 2009 - Fall 2011).
Performed aerodynamic analysis of long span bridge for vortex induced vibration.
Wrote MATLAB code to analyze and automate the simulation.
Worked as teaching assistance for Engineering Mechanics class (Fall 2008 - Spring 2009, Spring 2014, Spring 2015).
Referred journal papers
1.A. Patil, S. Jung, O. Kwon, (in review), Structural performance of a parked wind turbine tower subjected to strong ground motions.
2.Jung, S., Kim, S. R., Patil, A., Hung, L. C. (accepted), Effect of monopile foundation modeling on the structural response of a 5-MW offshore wind turbine tower, Ocean Engineering.
3.A. Patil, S. Jung, S. Lee and S.-D. Kwon (2011), Mitigation of vortex- induced vibrations in bridges under conflicting objectives, Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics, v 99, p 1243 - 1252.
1.S. Jung, S.-R. Kim, A. Patil and L.C. Hung (2013), Effect of foundation modeling on the structural response of offshore wind turbines, 12th Americas Conference on Wind Engineering, Seattle, Washington, USA, June 16-20.
2.A. Patil, S. Jung and S.-D. Kwon (2010), Mitigation of vortex-induced vibrations in long-span bridges, IMAC XXVIII, A Conference and Exposition on Structural Dynamics, Jacksonville, Florida, USA, February 1-4.
3.S. Jung, A. Patil and S.-D. Kwon (2009), Optimum retrofit of long-span bridges under conflicting objectives, 11th Americas Conference on Wind Engineering, San Juan, Puerto Rico, June 22-26.
1.Roddenberry, M., Jung, S., Patil, A., (2014). Axle equivalent transverse loading on segmental bridge deck. Florida Department of Transportation Research Center.
2.Jung, S., Patil, A., Alduse, B. P., (2012). Integrated Aerodynamic Analysis for Long-Span Cable Bridges. Korean Institute of Construction and Transportation Technology Evaluation and Planning.
Former member of Indian Geotechnical Society (IGS).