PRASHANT HARISHCHANDRA CHAUDHARI
To become a successful professional in the field of mechanical engineering which will help me to explore myself and utilize my potential completely for the long term success of the organization by working with committed and dedicated people.
Year of Passing
M.Tech (Heat power )
Gate Score: - 94.41%
1)Creo 3.0, Hypermesh
2)“ANSA”, “ICEM CFD”, “ANSYS FLUENT”, “STAR CCM”, & “ANSYS ICEPAK”.
Area of Interest:-Product Development and Designing
Whirlpool Ind Pvt Ltd; Pune 16th Nov 15 to Present
Job Profile:-Project Engineer
“Responsible to handle projects on Refrigeration flow and thermal analysis which includes Single door ref, Double door ref, Glass door ref, French door ref and Chest Freezer for flow optimization and reduce pressure drop”.
Sinhgad Inst. of Technology & Science, Pune 11th Jun 15 to 10th Nov 15
Job Profile:- Asst. Professor
Sandip Inst. Of Engg. & Management 9th Jun 14 to 10th Jun 15
Job Profile:- Asst. Professor
Equilibrium Solutions Pvt. Ltd, Pune 1st June 13 to 30th Apr 14
Job Profile:- CAE(CFD) Engineer
1.Entirely responsible for meshing, analysis of Automobile HVAC ducts.
2.External flow simulation of Automobile bodies, Underhood Thermal Management
3.Support for structural related meshing.
Applied Thermal Technology India, Pune. 1st Aug 11 to 31st May 13
Job Profile:- Thermal Analysis Engineer
Responsibilities and Activity:-
1.Entirely responsible for design, optimize and development of different types of heat sinks, Liquid cold plates for thermal management.
2.Modeling different heat pipe heat sinks to meet customer thermal requirements.
3.Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
4.Checked & ensured all technical inputs and all corrective measures were taken in case of any discrepancies.
M. Tech Project: - “Numerical simulation of controlled cooling of micro alloy steel forged crankshaft using CFD”.
Company: - Bharat Forge Ltd; Pune.
This project consist of an innovative approach for simulating the controlled cooling of micro alloy steel forged crankshaft in coupling with numerical and experimental techniques. However there is no systematic and logical method in order to obtain the exact cooling rate of forged crankshaft in order to maintain microstructure and mechanical properties. The practice which company was adapting to measure cooling rate was based on experience of working persons their skills and capability which can be same how called as a trial-and-error method. In order to overcome this problem an attempt was made to adopt most rational and mathematical way of simulation.
1)Awarded Certificate of appreciation for participating in “TechnoCHILL 2010 QUIZ” Programme by ISHRAE held on 6th Feb 2010.
2)Active Organizer of 36th National Conference on Fluid Mechanics and Fluid Power (NCFMFP-2010) held on 17th Dec 2009.
3)Member of Society for Automotive Engineers.
Name : Prashant Harishchandra Chaudhari
Father’s Name : Harishchandra Suklal Chaudhari
Mobile No. : 942*******
Date of Birth : 06-08-1986
I hereby declare that the information given above is true to the best of my knowledge.
Date: - / /2016
Place: - Pune P.H.Chaudhari