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C/o G.B.R. Complex, R.N. C-7. Phone : (080) 3603020
Ramaiah Bus Stop, Mathikere, E-mail email@example.com
Objective To Work For a Challenging Assignment in CAD/CAE and Finite Element Analysis (FEA/FEM )Field.
Education 2000-2001 Amaravati University (M.S)
College of Engg. Badnera
B.E. in Mechanical Engineering
64.07% (in final year),
62.01% (as aggregate)
1996-1997 Maharashtra State Board
S.P.M. Jr. College, Wani – 445304 (M.S)
H.S.S.C. with P.C.M.B
1994-1995 Maharashtra State Board
S.P.M. High School, Wani – 445304 (M.S)
CAD/CAE Software Certificate Course at M.S. Ramaiah School Of Advanced Studies,
Modelling Software : Unigraphics Version-17, Autocad 2000
F.E.A. / F.E.M. Software : Ansys Version-5.7 ,6.0
Meshing Software : Hypermesh Version-5.0
B.E. Project Comparative study of performance of Three Solar Cooker (1. Box type (Quality model), 2. Box type (Economy model), 3. Parabolic type)
About the project Objective of the project was to fabricate and study of Three Solar Cooker (1.Box type (Quality model), 2.Box type (Economy model), 3. Parabolic type)
Box type (Quality model), and Box type (Economy model) solar cooker was based on two design changes.
1. Incline the double glass layer.
2. Incline the side wall 70 degrees to horizontal to get optimum cooking volume.
Parabolic type solar cooker (solar stove) involves a parabolic reflector to focus the sunlight to one point. This produces the effect of a massive magnifying glass. With an accurate reflector it is possible to get “100 times” better magnification than an ordinary glass.
Box type (quality model) solar cooker
Maximum temperature attained in a cooking chamber was 108 degree Celsius in the month of February
Box type (economy model) solar cooker.
Maximum temperature attained in a cooking chamber was 98 degree Celsius in the month of February
Parabolic type solar cooker.
Maximum temperature attained in a cooling chamber was 70 degree Celsius in the month of February
B.E. Dissertation Study of Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Power Plant
About O.T.E.C Plant The oceans and seas constitute 70% of the earth’s surface area, so they represent a rather large storage reservoir of solar input. In this plant, indirect form of solar energy at sea, collection and storage are free. The conversion of solar energy stored as heat in the oceans into electrical energy by making use of temperature between warm surface of water and colder deep water In India NIOT (National Institute of Ocean Technology) number of proposes to build 1MW floating OTEC plant, working on closed cycle off the coast of TamilNadu. And another one is created at IIT Madras.
Electives I.C. Engine, Refrigeration & Air-Conditioning, Unconventional Energy Source,Finite Element Analysis (Machine Design)
Computer Skills Certificate Course in Computer Operation (C.C.C.O)
Duration : 6 months
Year : July 1996
Percentage : 73.00%
Operating System : Windows, Dos, Windows NT
Prog. Languages : C, C++
Software Packages : M.S. Office, PageMaker
Professional I.S.T.E. Membership for the year 1998
References * Dr. Shankapal (Director) firstname.lastname@example.org
* Prof. Meti (Prog. Manager) email@example.com
M.S.Ramaiah School of Advance Studies,
Bangalore – 560 054.
Extra Curricular activities Participated in blood donation camp organized
by college ,social work and did plays at school level.
Personal Details * Date of Birth : 10/11/1978
* Languages : Marathi, English, Hindi
* Area of interest : Social work, latest technological
development, watching Indian movies,
teleserials, listening Indian music &
studying core subjects.
* N.C.C. “C” certificate.
* Permanent Address : Nilesh Mandape,
S/o U.D. Mandape
Rangari Pura, Ward NO-15,
PIN – 445304
Ph: 07239 – 27807
Place : Bangalore Nilesh Mandape