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Prethive Dhilip Resume-2016

Published on: Mar 4, 2016

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  • 1. P R E T H I V E D H I L I P D H I L I P K U M A R 1205 D , U niversity Terrace, Blacksb urg VA - 24060 p rethive@ vt.ed u;540- 449- 4203 EDUCATION Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech) GPA: 3.72/4.00 Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering Graduation: May 2016(expected) National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli (NIT- Trichy) GPA: 8.09/10.0 Bachelor of Technology in Mechanical Engineering Graduation: August 2014 INTERNSHIPS AND PROJECTS  Certification and Performance Engineer Intern, Cummins Marine, May-August 2015 i) Transparency testing of electronic control modules on an 8.3 liter marine diesel engine using torque curves, emissions data (E5 cycle) and smoke opacity data(transient testing). ii) Comparison of performance (Torque, BHP, BMEP and BSFC) of 15 liter Cummins engines (ISX, QSX) with competitors’ marine engines in order to identify a competitive torque curve and Combustion, Performance and Emissions (CPE) benchmarks in order to develop a new 15 liter marine engine. iii) Performance of checks on warranty claim documents to eliminate inconsistencies in data.  Film Cooling Performance of Tripod Holes on the Endwall Upstream of a First Stage Nozzle Guide Vane, January-March 2015 i) Comparison of three different film cooling configurations by comparing adiabatic film cooling effectiveness, computed using temperature data obtained using infrared thermography. ii) Study of effect of coolant to mass flow ratio on the effectiveness of different cooling configurations.  Measurement of Thermal Conductivity of Dielectric Films using Time Domain Thermoreflectance (TDTR) method, August-December 2014 i) Deposition of a thin layer of Aluminum on low-k dielectric films grown on silicon substrates. ii) Curve-fitting of experimental and theoretically predicted data to measure thermal conductivity of dielectric films.  Performance and Emission Analysis of a 4-Stroke Compression Ignition Engine using biodiesel- water emulsion fuel blends with nanoparticle additives, January 2014–April 2014 i) Preparation of biodiesel through trans-esterification of Calophyllum inophyllum feedstock oil. ii) Blending of water and biodiesel using suitable surfactant and blending with Al2O3 nanoparticles. iii) Study of emission and performance characteristics of a Compression Ignition engine using water-biodiesel emulsion blended with different concentrations of Al2O3 nanoparticles.  Characterization of heat transfer characteristics of a spiral mini channel, August–December 2013 i) Study of heat transfer and pressure drop characteristics of a swirl shaped mini-channel using Al2O3/H2O nanofluid of different concentrations (0.1%, 0.5% and 0.8%) as a working fluid. ii) Comparison of the average Nusselt number, pressure drop and friction factor values for the swirl mini channel with corresponding data for conventional straight mini channels.  Characterization of sprays from Prefilming Airblast Atomizers, May-July 2013 i) Measurement of Spray droplet diameter and film thickness through high speed imaging. ii) Measurement of Droplet velocities using Phase Doppler Particle Analyser experiments. iii) Observation of variation in film break-up through air blast atomization using FLUENT simulations for various Air-Weber number values. SKILL SET C++, MATLAB, AutoCAD, Pro/Engineer Wildfire 5.0, CATIA V5, Solidworks 2014, ANSYS Workbench 13 (APDL- Structuraland Thermal, FLUENT). RELEVAN T COURSEWORK (i) Vehicle Propulsion (ii) Fluid Dynamics (iii) Engineering Thermodynamics (iv) Turbomachinery (v) Hydraulics and Pneumatics (vi) Heat and Mass Transfer (vii) Power Plant Engineering (viii) Compressible Flow and Jet Propulsion (ix) Combustion Engineering (x) Energy Systems (xi) Conduction Heat Transfer

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