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Mechanical Engineer Research Assistant

Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
April 27, 2021

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Detail-oriented Mechanical Engineer with team management and technical skill backed with 4+ years of experience. Looking for an opportunity in CAD/Product Design/CAE/3D Printing domain where my experience and skills will add value to the organization.


Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering Aug 2016 – May 2018 Wayne State University, Detroit MI GPA – 3.54/4.0

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering Aug 2011 – May 2015 Rajiv Gandhi Technical University, INDIA GPA – 3.42/4.0


• CAD: SOLIDWORKS, AutoCAD, Creo, CATIA V5, Upchain

• FEA/CAE: HyperWorks, Hypermesh, Optistruct, LS-DYNA, LS-Prepost, ANSA, ABAQUS

• Programming and other tools: MS-POWER POINT, MS-EXCEL, MS-WORD, MATLAB

• Experience/Knowledge: 2D/3D CAD modeling, Plastic & Sheet metal designing, Design optimization, PLM, GD&T, Manufacturing Design, Durability Analysis, Fatigue analysis, Structural Analysis, Tolerance analysis, Material testing & development, Linear/Nonlinear, Static/Dynamic Analysis, Additive Manufacturing, 3D- Printing, Laser Metal Deposition (LMD), Grinding & Polishing, Heat treatment, Hardness & tensile testing


XENITH, LLC – Research & Development Engineer Aug 2018 – Sep 2020

• Assisted Xenith’s product design process – 2D/3D Drawings, parts, components, assemblies, and bill of materials

(BOM) development including dimensioning, prototyping using Solidworks

• Created projects, uploaded CAD models linked BOMs for Product life cycle management (PLM) using Upchain

• Hands-on experience with MakerBot 3D printer, Printed and tested the designed parts

• Performed Hybrid III Dummy Impact tests, Durability, Drop, Tensile, Compression, Soak, Pneumatic ram test on helmets and the components to develop Xenith’s Test Performance Score (XTPS)

• Developed FE meshing, applied material properties, boundary conditions, and loading conditions using Hypermesh

• Responsible for validation and correlation between CAE simulations and physical testing

• Conducted Root Cause Analysis and Design of experiments (DOE) for product development, provided design suggestions based on Design and Finite Element analysis

• Statistical Data Analysis to create research protocols, data compilation, data management, and presenting research results in numerical and graphic formats using MS-POWER POINT, MS-EXCEL, MS-WORD

IICAE – CAE Engineer Jun 2015 – Jun 2016

• Responsible for CAD model development includes complete design of components like plastic, Die casting, sheet metals, Silicone rubber, and their assemblies, 2D detail drawing with appropriate GD&T controls using Solidworks/CREO and bill of materials (BOM) including Tolerance stack up

• Trained individuals – Mesh development, 2D to 3D meshing, mesh quality check, intersection and penetration check, geometry cleanup, material and property assignment for various components in an assembly

• Handled projects related to Stiffness and Strength analysis of Chassis components

• Frontal Impact under section “FMVSS-208” & “IIHS”, analysis and optimization were carried out on Fixed barrier with 100%, 40% collision and small offset rigid barrier with 25% collision to assess the injury severity

Additive Manufacturing Lab – Volunteer Research Assistant, WSU Jan 2018 – Aug 2018

• Hands-on experience working with Laser Metal Deposition

• Performed Welding, Heat Treatment, Hardness test, Tensile & Compression Test on Laser deposited materials

• Provided technical guidance and mentorship to engineering students for Laser metal deposition, Hot mountings, grinding, polishing, heat treatments, hardness testing, optical microscopy, and Scanning electron microscopy

Advanced Human Modelling Lab – Volunteer Research Assistant, WSU Jan 2017 – Dec 2017

• Validation of “GHBMC M50” head model replicating free fall test performed at Medical College of Wisconsin

• Conducted dynamic three-point bending test on “CHARM 70yr” model to minimize injury severity in fibula & tibia

• Researched and resolved product integrity issues under the given timeline, Responsible for data collection and converting it to readable format using MS-EXCEL, MS-Powerpoint

VOLVO EICHER – Intern Jun 2014 – Sep 2014

• Assisted in preparing and verifying BOM

• Inspected for the availability, consumption of parts at the shop floor

• Optimized process time at each workstation highlighting the bottlenecks

• Suggested recommendations which helped to eradicate minor issues which cost time and money


Research on Additive Remanufacturing of Tools and Dies Jan 2018 – May 2018

• The research was focused on remanufacturing Tools and Dies using Powder Bed Fusion, Laser Metal Deposition, Electron Beam Melding (EBM) on materials AISI 4340, Satellite 6, H13, and Inconel 625

• CAD models were created to extract the Prominent Cross Section (PCS) of the damaged part which was to be repaired

• The repaired part was verified using NDE methods - Dye-penetrant, radiography/CT scans, and X-Ray diffraction

Research on Inconel 625 & Rene 80 Material Using Directed Laser Deposition Jan 2018 – May 2018

• Deposited gradient sample of two superalloys, Inconel 625 and Rene 80 using Directed Laser Deposition

• Conducted Hot Mounting, Grinding, Polishing, Heat treatment, Hardness, Tensile strength test.

• Analyzed results and studied the microstructure of re-deposited case for porosity, lack of fusion using optical microscopy, Scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and X-ray diffraction (XRD)

Manufacturing Processing Techniques Sep 2017 – Dec 2017

• Developed 2D CAD model of the flip-chip package using Solidworks

• Conducted Fatigue analysis using Abaqus, predicting the life of solder balls in completely filled clean & non- clean flip-chip packages, the fatigue life of a completely clean model is higher than that of an incomplete non- clean model

• Piston file was imported and meshed using Hypermesh

• Performed Fatigue, Thermal analysis on the piston using Abaqus

• Calculated the fatigue life on the piston when the temperature was continuously applied

Vehicle Crash and Safety Jan 2017 – Apr 2017

• Roof Crush Analysis under section “FMVSS-216”, placed dummy, seat, seatbelt to perform the analysis, and optimization was done to reduce the chances of injury

• Rear impact under section “FMVSS-301”, the analysis was held to avoid fueling spillage of 28gm when impacted with a moving deformable barrier, optimization was done to reduced fuel spillage by 29%


• Designed structure of BAJA Off-road vehicle using AUTOCAD

• Awarded for event management on Shell group Foundation Day program at Indore Institute of Science and Technology (IIST)


• Certified in HYPERMESH Reg. No.- AEI/HW-PTC/20

• Certified in AutoCAD Reg. No.- 001/2014/K144

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