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Engineer Electrical

Location:
Kincardine, ON, Canada
Posted:
February 23, 2020

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**** ****** ********* · RESUME *

Ashkan Miraftabi

*** ******* **., **********, *******

adbx2n@r.postjobfree.com

519-***-****

“Life is so much easier with a good sense of humor.” KEY QUALIFICATION

Experienced Electrical, and I&C engineer in both oil and nuclear industry.

Good knowledge of power generation and experience in upgrade of control systems for steam turbine generator systems.

Experienced in Nuclear industry and its processes and standards especially Bruce power procedures.

Experienced in designing and developing HMI/SCADA systems.

Strong trouble-shooting and analytical skills with a good theoretical and technical background in control engineering.

Comprehensive knowledge of industry regulatory codes and standards for electrical systems. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Project Engineer Jan.2020 –Present

Tetra Tech, Kincardine, Canada (Bruce Power Turbine Control System (TCS) Replacement Project)

Providing technical support and oversight during planning, development, execution and commissioning of plant modifications.

Responsible for delivering the overall technical scope of the project as identified in scope of work document.

Providing the technical and quality requirements and the regulatory codes and standards applicable to the discipline, used in the preparation and review of work procedures such as; Work coordination plans, commissioning plans and reports.

Interfacing with internal contacts within PMC programs and site engineering, operations, maintenance departments etc. and support communications with external regulatory agencies, contract service providers, manufacturers, etc. in alignment with approved designs and supply chain processes.

Reviewing conceptual and preliminary Engineering reports for compliance to the overall technical scope of work, cost and schedule. Request revisions as required.

Participating in design and construction vendor selection process.

Participating in establishing and updating schedules for project engineering deliverables.

Lead available for service (AFS) and project closeout activities. Electrical and Instrument Engineer Oct.2018 –Dec.2019 Worleyparsons,Kincardine, Canada (Bruce Power Turbine Control System (TCS) Replacement Project)

Conducting design and technical calculations such as control system schematics, electrical drawings, instruments selection, bill of materials, operation and maintenance manuals, etc.

Designing and developing new control systems, logic diagrams, bill of materials, operation and maintenance manuals, etc.

Working in collaboration with the project manager and electrical engineers to ensure that projects are completed on time and within budget.

Writing final report and makes recommendations. Reviewing, verifying, and approving calculations, analyses, and studies created by others.

Supporting the projects’ proposals, schedules, estimates and developing projects’ progress reports. Sales Engineer Jan .2017 –Jul.2017

Arisandish, Tehran, Iran

Established new, and maintained existing, relationships with customers.

Searched for new clients who could benefit from products.

Managed and interpreted customer requirements.

Generated quotations and technical offers.

Administered client accounts.

Coordinated and maintained schedules with other departments, such as accounts, commercial and dispatch. 2020 Ashkan Miraftabi · RESUME 2

Electrical System Engineer Aug.2013 –Dec.2015

National Oilwell Varco, Stavanger, Norway

Managed project engineering and design concepts of equipment layout for internal and client review.

Instrumentation, documentation, detailed electrical drawing and electrical specification for approved projects.

Programming, configuration and testing of different drilling control system.

Created and configured the HMI (Human Machine Interface) and PLCs on the cyberbase systems.

Assembled, systematized and standardized controls system.

Coordinated different teams during factory acceptance tests.

Performed factory and site acceptance testing.

Controlled and approved the cyberbase system before final delivery.

Provided troubleshooting, debugging, commissioning and maintenance supports to the teams located in site.

Established the bill of material.

Experienced in commissioning and installation process of different projects in Samsung and DSME shipyard in South Korea.

Control and Instrument Engineer May.2010 –Oct.2010 Putrajaya Power Station, Putrajaya, Malaysia

Contributed in inspection and maintenance of electrical and electronic equipment.

Controlled dehydrating breather of transformers.

Calibrated exhaust sensor of gas turbine.

Installed vibration sensor in generator, controlled wiring of combustion chamber.

Calibrated thermocouples dump valve, pressure gauges and RTDs. VOLUNTEER EXPERIENCE

GSIC Volunteer Jan.2018 –Apr.2018

The International Graduate Student Issues Committee, Western University

Participating in society of graduate affairs committee.

Actively advocating the problems of the international graduate students. Foot Patrol Volunteer Jan.2018 –Apr.2018

Western University

Driven service that provides safe escorts and deters crime.

Promotes safety awareness on the main and affiliate college campuses. EDUCATION

Master of Electrical and Computer Engineering (Power System) Sep. 2017 –Aug. 2018 Western University, London, Ontario

Master of System and Control Engineering Jul.2011 –Jul. 2013 Telemark University College, Porsgrunn, Norway

• Thesis: Modeling and optimization of an urban street heating system Bachelor of Electrical Engineering Sep. 2006 –Jun.2011 Multimedia University, Cyberjaya, Malaysia

• Thesis: Interfacing wind power generator with grid system

• Publication:

"Steady-state analysis and voltage control of Self-Excited Induction Generator (SEIG)," Environment and Electrical Engineering (EEEIC), 2012, no., pp.776- 781, 18-25 May 2012.

”Power Factor Improvement for Grid Connected Induction Generator (GCIG)”, ICECS Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 22-24 August 2012 Paper No. 95. ISBN: 978-0-9867183-5-9.

”Studies of Voltage Sag and Faults in a Wind Generator Interfaced With Grid System”, ICECS Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 22-24 August 2012 Paper No. 96.ISBN:978-0-9867183-5-9.

”AC-DC-AC PWM Converter in Variable Speed Wind Turbine”, ICECS Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, 22-24 August 2012 Paper No. 114.ISBN:978-0-9867183-5-9.



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