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Location:
Hyderabad, Telangana, India
Salary:
20k to 25 k
Posted:
October 02, 2019

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Resume:

SHAIK NASAR

Mobile: 809-***-****

Email Id: adah5r@r.postjobfree.com

Career Objective:

In pursuit of a challenging career and work for an organization that would utilize my skills for the development of the organization.

Educational Qualification:

SL.NO COURSE BOARD/UNIVERSITY YEAR OF PASS PERCENTAGE 1 B.Tech ( Mech ) Sree kavita Institute of

science and technology,

krishnapuram

2016 65%

2 INTER Sree nidhi Jr college,

madhira

2012 68.2%

3 S.S.C Tagore High School,

madhira

2010 76%

Mini Project:

Project Title: Study of Boilers

Organization: KTPS

Team: 6

Duration: 30 days

Description: Boiler is a closed vessel it contains 4 or 5 tubes generally boilers are classified as two types. It can be used mainly in power plants and paper industries generally boilers are two types.

1. Water tube boiler: - In this type the water is flows on inside of the tubes and the hot flue gasses are touches to the tubes.

2. Fire tube boiler:- In this type the hot flue gasses are flows inside of the tubes and the cold water touches to the outside of the tube.

Conclusion: The water is absorbs the hot flue gasses it converted into saturated steam. This steam flows through the economizer can be converted into super heated steam then flows through the big steam pipe to incident on the turbine blades. The turbine rotar connects to the generator shaft attached by a coupling. The turbine is automatically running the generator shaft also moving in this process the alternate current will be produced and magnetic flux will be produced by using inductors to reduce the power losses and increase the electricity. Major Project:

Project Title: Cooling System in Locomotive Diesel Engine Organization: Vijayawada Railway Locoshed

Team: 6

Duration: 45 days

Description: Locomotive engine heat, left uncontrolled, can damage engine parts and shorten the life of the engine and its attached components. A locomotive radiator system primarily cools air, water and oil. Air is used to combustion process, the water for cooling the engine and turbo, and oil for the lubricating the engine components. Modern EMD and GE locomotives use a split cooling system with separate paths to reduce the coolant temperature to the levels required. In split cooling on a GE locomotive, a majority of the fluid cooled in the radiator is sent back to the locomotive at one temperature while a portion of the coolant is routed through additional radiator banks called sub-coolers for further temperature reductions. Once passed through these additional cooling banks, the fluid travels to various devices such as the air to water inter cooling to assist in cooling the engine intake air. The combustion air is first drawn in and compressed in the turbo charger. Compression heats the air and must be cooled before being used for combustion. Cooler air is denser and is more oxygen-rich, making it a preferred manfold air temperature for increasing power, controlling emissions, and reducing fuel combustion. After passing through the intercooler, the intake air passes through the heat exchanger where additional cooling occurs if conditions warrant before going to the engine for combustion. Key Skills:

AUTOCAD

CATIA

Personal Skills:

Ability to work in a Team as well as individual

Ability to work with care and strength

Ability to work with confident

Declaration:

I declared that the information provided is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. SHAIK NASAR

Dept of Mechanical



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