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Mechanical engineering

Arlington, TX
March 31, 2021

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Vivek Sunil Pund

#******, *** West *st Street, Arlington, TX-76019



University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering August 2017-Present (Intended grad. -Spring 2021)

• GPA: 3.44 / 4.0.

• Relevant Coursework: Racecar Engineering, Introduction to Unmanned Vehicle Systems, Engineering Design, Numerical Analysis and Programming, Experimental Methods and Measurements, Engineering Dynamics, Circuit Analysis, Engineering Analysis, Kinematics and Dynamics, Thermodynamics, Properties of Materials and Structures, Introduction to Manufacturing Engineering, Fluid Mechanics, Mechanical Design, Heat Transfer, Dynamic Systems and Modelling. PROJECT EXPERIENCE

Topographical Mapping Drone August 2020 – Present

University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas

Currently working in a group designing a drone for senior design project which would map a given area using a mounted LIDAR camera. Responsible for designing the mount for the LIDAR, as well as testing and simulation of the CAD model and prototype. Performed a 6 Degree of Freedom simulation in Simulink to justify the added stability offered by a hexacopter over quadcopter with the same controller. GT-POWER 1-D Engine Simulation of Ford 302 Small block June 2020 – August 2020 University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas

Performed 1 dimensional engine simulation of a Ford 302 small block used in a Ford GT40 replica, using GT-POWER simulation software. Simulation done to compare the performance characteristics of using equal length exhaust headers on the engine with those of the default unequal length exhaust headers. MATLAB Analysis of Rankine Cycle April 2020 – May 2020 University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas

Performed an analysis of a Rankine cycle using initial parameters provided in the course textbook, with alterations like refrigeration and regeneration implemented. Initial parameters also changed to study the effects of the changes on the efficiency and output of the cycle. WORK & LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE

Resident Assistant, Apartment and Residence Life August 2018 – Present University of Texas at Arlington Arlington, Texas

Currently serving as a Resident Assistant (R.A.) in the Apartment and Residence Life division of Student Affairs at the University of Texas at Arlington. As an R.A.,

• been managing 108 residents, improvising managerial skills,

• implementing critical thinking during emergency situations,

• devising innovative ideas to attract residents to come for events, and

• demonstrating strong leadership skills by being responsible for the academic, personal, and social growth of residents in the community.


Languages: Fluent in English, Hindi, and Marathi.

Technical Skills: M.S. Office, C, C++, GT-POWER, SolidWorks, MATLAB, Simulink, ANSYS.

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