CV Graduate CFD Engineer RWTH Aachen University Germany - CFD software like STAR-CCM+, ANSYS, CALCULX
Graduate CFD Engineer RWTH Aachen University Germany - CFD software like STAR-CCM+, ANSYS, CALCULX
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Masters in chemical engineering Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: India Present Location: Germany, Aachen Relocation: Anywhere (International)
1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
I am writing to apply for process engineer in chemical engineering field
I am extremely interested in obtaining a process engineering position across the world. I respectfully submit this letter of application, for I believe my experiences and basic concepts on chemical engineering fields make me well qualified to meet the needs of this job.
I graduated in Chemical Engineering at 2008 from Sri Venkateswara University, India. During Bachelor degree, I worked on “Manufacture of Urea” which deals with designing of Urea plant, as a Bachelor thesis. Enthusiastic involvement on concepts of chemical engineering motivated me to do Master Technology in IIT Bombay, which is a worldwide reputation Institute through GATE entrance exam.
During my master degree I worked in software like ASPEN Tech., STAR CCM+, ANSYS, COMSOL Multiphysics, MATLAB tools like SIMULINK. I had a research report writing and experience by working on mini project during first year of Master study on “Efficiency of PEM fuel cell system” focused mainly on efficiency modelling of PEM fuel cells. To get a global exposure on Chemical Engineering research, I applied for a collaborated project in Germany by DAAD scholarship entitled “Solution of a 3D non-stationary fluid flow in a rectangular channel”. I am working on FEM software COMSOL Multiphysics software to generate a high resolution simulated data for a 3D non-stationary fluid flow in a wavy rectangular channel.
Simulated data for different types of geometry surface channel are generated to study the effect of geometry on heat transfer from the bottom plate of channel. Many research studies are carried on this area and this work is to model the heat transfer effect. Also to develop a non stationary high resolution data to develop a transport model into a linear channel flow using Incremental Identification approach and validating it with experimental data conducted by another group. I had an experience to work in a research group and work with inter disciplinary departments from this work.
I am very much interested to get exposure on industrial chemical processes in chemical industry aspects. I would like to have the opportunity to develop in process engineer field to which I am confident I have the skills, knowledge and competence.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Did project during my bachelor studies on "Manufacture of Urea" on six months
Different manufacturing process of Urea was considered and effective one was selected. A detailed material and energy balance was done by assuming 60% conversion in the reactor and certain amount of Urea as basis of calculation. Design of Urea reactor (Autoclave) was done by calculating its volume. Detailed economic aspects, plant layout and plant location was discussed
M Tech Project on Solution of 3D non stationary Inverse Heat Transfer problem in a rectangular channel
To model the fluid flow for falling films on a vertical tube or an inclined plate where the exact boundary surface is complex and is difficult to model the unknown domain which
results in approximated modeling this type of problem is converting the unknown domain to reduced (like linear) surface flow with same flow conditions and similar thermal conditions by introducing effective heat and mass transfer coefficient to the reduced surface flow. These coefficients are found using incremental identification approach.
Considering sinus wave surface flow in a rectangular channel where the upper part of channel is constructed as a sinus shape. Temperature and velocity fields are measured with high resolution techniques using liquid and particle image velocimetry. To generate high resolution simulated data, the whole experimental setup is simulated in a COMSOL Multiphysics (FEM software) and validating it through experimental data. This high resolution data will serve to identify a model for the effective heat transport coefficient using incremental identification approach.
4. Computer Skills - CV/Resume Part 4 [Mandatory]
Worked in Aspen Plus (coding and simulations are done for different process)
Worked in different CFD software’s like STAR-CCM+, ANSYS, CALCULX
Worked in MATLAB for solving differential systems, SIMULINK for design of controllers
Working in COMSOL Multiphysics software (An CFD software to generate simulated data for fluid dynamics problems)
Known Programming languages are C, C++, coding in MATLAB
5. Other Skills - CV/Resume Part 5 [Optional]
Organizing member of CHEMOSPHERE-2K7 and responsible for generating necessary funds, an national level symposium conducted in SV University
Organizing member of Azeotropy-2009 for publicity and organized Model United Nations, an national level symposium conducted in IIT Bombay
Completed Basics German language level in Geothe Institute and learning at level A1.1d in Sprechen Zentrum in Aachen, Germany
Stood 2nd in district level science fare in the year 2000
6. Additional Information - CV/Resume Part 6 [Optional]
I am fresher and willing to excel in process engineer in chemical engineering aspects
I am very eager to learn new fields and confident to grow in a particular field