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Design Engineer Microsoft Office

Location:
Westbury, New York, 11590, United States
Posted:
January 10, 2017

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Subhash Seshadri

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Westbury, NY 11590 Phone: (516)-***-****

PROFILE

Graduate student with more than two years of experience in the automotive industry. Proficient in engineering design, 3D modeling, 1D simulation, CFD analysis & GD&T. Expertise in engine performance analysis and emissions testing.

EDUCATION

Master of Science August ’12 – Aug’15

Major: Mechanical engineering (Automotive Engineering, Race Car Engineering, CFD)

The University of Texas at Arlington CGPA – 3.75

Bachelor of Engineering August ’06 – Jun’10

Major: Mechanical engineering (Design of Machine Elements, Internal Combustion Engines)

Visvesvaraya Technical University, Bangalore CGPA – 3.45

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Engineering Intern Sept ’13 – May ‘14

FEV North America Inc.

Auburn Hills, Michigan

Project 1: “Design of engine accessories for large bore gen-set engines”

Designed and modeled engine front and rear cover, oil filter and tubing, pipes, filings and flanges using CATIA V5 for a large bore engine.

Tubing design used pipe bending and welding fabrication principles. Extensively used GD&T and tolerance stacking principles to understand and create complex drawings and layouts.

Project 2: “Combustion performance analysis and emission testing of on-highway diesel engines”

Assisted testing of threshold parts on exhaust after-treatment components for OBD monitoring and emission regulation.

Roles included compiling and analyzing the engine performance and emission results; using in-house emission and particulate matter calculation tools to process emission measurements.

Powertrain Design Engineer June’14 – August’15

UTA FSAE Racing Team

Project 1: “Honda CBR 250R (MC14E) Engine Rebuild”

Refurbished 2 Honda CBR engines to be used in the UTA FSAE Race Car.

Disassembled the engines, diagnosed parts for damage, managed inventory of new parts, and re-assembled the engine.

Project 2: “Design & CFD Analysis of Intake Manifold”

Designed and manufactured an intake manifold to run the Honda CBR engine coupled with a turbocharger with an aim to achieve an additional 25 bhp boost in power.

1D simulation was done using Ricardo Wave; 3D modeling using Solid Works V14 and CFD Analysis using Star CCM+. Manifold was manufactured using rapid prototype printing.

Senior Design Engineer Feb ‘16 – Present

KPIT Infosystems

Greenwood, South Carolina

Project 1: “Design of Low Voltage Bus Plugs and Power Busway Accessories”

Conceptual design and modeling of low voltage bus plugs and circuit breakers for heavy duty power applications.

Roles included 3D modelling, drafting and product lifecycle management of bus bars, vertical hangers using Inventor and Auto CAD.

Project Trainee Dec’09 – June’10

Aerospace Engineering Department

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore

Project 1: “Numerical Simulation of fluid flow over a blunt cone Airfoil with restriction spikes”

Carried out numerical investigation of drag reduction for a 120 blunt cone at hypersonic flow conditions. This analysis was done with multiple restriction spikes and a drag reduction of 60.03% was achieved.

Meshing was done using ANSYS ICEM CFD and flow simulations were performed using ANSYS CFX.

Mechanical Design Engineer August ‘10 – July ‘12

KPIT Cummins Infosystems Pvt. Ltd.

Bangalore, India

Project 1: “Design and product lifecycle management of sealed vehicle rocker switches and dual push button switches”

Designed and modeled the outer structure of SVR & DPB switches using PTC Creo. Created engineering parts and updated BOM using Enovia.

Awarded “Wizard of Work” for mastering Creo and Enovia in a short span of time and implementing ideas for improvement of design quality.

Project 2: “Structural, functional and operational analysis of fuse breakers and remote fuse indicators”

Disassembled remote fuse indicators and modeled each component using Pro-E WF4.

Deduced new design decisions using reverse engineering methods and implemented them to achieve arc reduction.

Computer Laboratory Assistant Jan’15 – August’15

The University of Texas at Arlington

Arlington, Texas

Provided academic support to students on software applications including Microsoft Office and assisted in the maintenance of computer hardware.

Skills and Interests

● Technical: Product Design, CFD, CAD, GD&T, Hydraulics, DFM Principles, Fluid Dynamics

● Engineering Software: PTC CREO, Inventor, MATLAB, SolidWorks, CATIA V5, Ricardo Wave, ANSYS, Star CCM+, AutoCAD

● Others:Microsoft Office, Windows 9x/2000/XP/7/8/10

● Interests: Sports, Culture, Music



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