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Subject: Re: JOB: senior research engineer, finite element analysis

Date: 08/19/03 at 11:12 AM
Posted by: Srinath Dinker Sonar
E-mail: srinathsonar@rediffmail.com
Message Posted:

Hello
I am Mr.Srinath Dinker Sonar.
I want to introduce myself as a young and dynamic MECHANICAL
Engineer well versed with high end CAD/CAE tools like proe,catia,ansys.
I have 1 year experience working in the field of design and analysis.
I am hereby sending my RESUME in DOC.FORMAT for your kind
persual.
If you give me a chance to work with your company, i will prove
my mettle.

regards
Srinath Dinker Sonar


SRINATH DINKER SONAR
C/o Dr.G.Nagamurthy, #104,Bharini Apt, Saleem Nagar,
Malakpet, Hyderabad – 36.
Email: srinathsonar@rediffmail.com
Ph: - 040-55251302
D.O.B: 20th Nov 1978

Objective To make a full fledged career in the field of Mechanical Design, CAD/CAE.

Skills ANSYS 5.4, Pro/ENGINEER-2000i, CATIA V5R4, AutoCAD.

Education Bachelor of Engineering in Mechanical from Gulbarga University Gulbarga, in the year Dec’2000 with 77.87 %.

Experience Working as CAD/CAE ENGINEER in CIPET CAD CAM CAE CENTRE from Nov’2002

Worked as CAD/CAE Engineer in Engineers CADD Centre Pvt.Ltd, Hyderabad from Jan’2002 to Nov’ 2002

In my above-mentioned experience I have extensively worked on ANSYS & Pro/e. My exposure to Pro/e is in almost all modules have a good grip over solid modeling, assembly, surface modeling, drawing.
I am well versed with the modelling and meshing techniques using ANSYS have a good knowledge of dealing with dynamic and non-linear conditions.

Project s

BENDING STRESS TESTING MACHINE FOR ADVANCED COMPOSITES.

Bending stress-testing machine developed by us totally deals with the Calculation of bending stress of composite materials accurately without the effect of Stress concentration.
The outstanding feature of the machine is the elimination of stress concentration formed in the material completely. In the other conventional bending stress testing machines, a region of stress concentration is formed at the point of loading due to which accurate value of bending stress is not obtained. But the machine designed and fabricated by us works on the principle of axial loading eliminating the effect of stress concentration in the composite material.

DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF DV BOTTOM FLANGE:(Ansys 5.4)

The project deals with analysis of Bottom Flange. It is used to connect the De-volatizer (Vessel) and the Gear pump. It is welded through its circumference to the de-volatizer at its bottom and is bolted (24 bolts) to the gear pump. The Bottom Flange has to bear the different forces and moments that arise during to the functioning of the gear pump.

The aim of the project lies in finding the reaction forces at the welded point between the De-volatizer and Bottom Flange so that appropriate welding strength may be provided.

The analysis is done using a very advanced analysis option in Ansys Substructuring.

STRUCTURAL AND THERMAL ANALYSIS OF BRAKE DRUM: (Ansys 5.4)

The project deals with the analysis of various types of stresses produced in brake drum under structural and thermal loading conditions.
Combined Structural and Thermal loading conditions:

1. A pressure force of 1000psi is applied on the surface, which is developed by the friction pads on the inner surface of the brake drum, and an angular velocity of 60rad/sec is applied corresponding to the speed of the vehicle.

2. Heat flux generated from the friction between the pads and the inner surface of the brake drum while braking is applied.


THERMAL ANALYSIS OF TURBINE WHEEL: (Ansys 5.4)

In the present problem, the turbine wheel is analyzed for thermal loads that are being applied in its working condition, as the turbine is exposed to the hot exhaust gases coming from the combustion chamber. So that a provision for removal of this heat is to be made by establishing a certain convective medium on the different surfaces of the turbine wheel. The objective of the analysis is to determine the temperature distribution on the turbine wheel surface under these loading conditions.

1. A convection of 0.0002 units with a bulk temperature of 350°C on the surface between the shaft and the turbine wheel.
2. A convection of 0.0003 units with a bulk temperature of 400°C on the surface amidst the adjacent wheels.
3. A convection of 0.0005 units with a bulk temperature of 500°C on the surface between the turbine wheel and the turbine casing.

Personal Profile

Father’s name : Dinker Rao
Sex : male
Date of Birth : 20th November’1978
Language Known : English, Hindi, Kannada, Telugu and Marathi.


SRINATH DINKER SONAR


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