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Amit from India applies for Blue Card Germany

Mechanical engineers

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Profession:

Name of profession: Mechanical engineers Name of latest business sector: Automotive Latest occupation/title: Simulation Engineer Latest main activities: CAE

Education:

Completed education: master Title or Qualification: MSc.Automotive Engineering Specialisation: Automotive Engineering Additional trainings: Post graduate diploma in Marketing management

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | 2. Preferred country | region / city: Sweden | 3. Preferred country | region / city: Netherlands |

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: french => reasonable 3. Language skills: =>

Personal note /detailed application:

Technically adapt & highly motivated MSc. (Automotive Engg) with hands on experience in Finite element Analysis and great passion for automobiles.
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Professional Qualifications:
q Worked as a Project Engineer in Faurecia Technology Centre India, (November, 2008 – August 2009)
q Worked as Project Trainee in TATA Motors Engineering Research Center, (Sept 2010- April 2011)
q Working as Simulation engineer in BROSE India, (Sept,2011 - Present)
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Relevant Experience Summary:
q 10 months of experience in CATIA V5/ANSA and design and development of automotive interiors.
q 2 year total industrial experience in CAE domain, crash and safety component level simulations for automotive latches.
Development: Automotive Door, Latch & Seat Systems
Role: Team Member, Simulation/FEM
1. FEM Support for Door Systems for Brose (EU & NA)
2. Latch Systems Crash-worthiness for Brose EU
3. Excellent Project Management & Team Management skills
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Skills and Specialties:
q Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows XP, UNIX.

q CAE Products: ANSA, , LS-Dyna, Hypermesh, ANSYS, LS-Prepost

q CFD Products: Fluent, RADTHERM, ICEM CFD, Gambit

q Exposure to CAD Software: CATIA V5, Auto CAD
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1. Strong understanding and fundamentals of finite element methods for automotive crash and safety simulation with Tier 1 industry to OEMs.

2. Up-to-date knowledge of Automotive Industry
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Academic Qualifications:

q MSc. Automotive Engineering- Coventry University, Bangalore.- 67%
q BE Mechanical- University of Pune – 64%
q PGD in Business management – Symbiosis International University (Pursuing – Weekend course)
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Roles and responsibilities:

q Interact with global client and have a clear understanding of the work Indent.
q Estimate the effort hours and commit a reasonable delivery date to the client.
q Handled team of 6 engineers for preprocessing of latch test deck setup.
q Control and approve CAE results with co-relation data of experimental testing.
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MSc. Assignments
1. Analysis of side door pole impact and by adding door stiffeners to reduce fatality of occupant for FMVSS-214 standards using LS-DYNA
2. Designing of road side barrier for an impact of Indian motorcycle for minimum HIC using MADYMO.
MSc. Assignments related to Powertrain
1. Design of 2 different gearbox for same engine, one for better fuel efficiency and one for performance
TATA Motors Engineering Research Center India:
1. Worked as an Intern for customization of Hypermesh and Hyperview for pre processing and post processing of crash test deck setup and crash test results.
2. Worked as Project Trainee (MSc. Dissertation work) for climate control division to optimize shape and size of HVAC vents on dashboard. Extensive use of CFD tools for design optimization.
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Present Employer: Brose fahrzeugteile, India, Pune.

Designation : Simulation CAE Engineer
Department : Latches and door Systems
Duration : Sept 2011 till date
Tools : LS DYNA, ANSA, LS Post

Work Summery:
Objective: Perform load case simulation in LS Dyna for automotive latches for FMVSS 206 (Quasi static) and gear stop simulations (dynamic).
Role:
1. Tensile test (Quasi Static) : Understand the load case and create a FE model in ANSA with real life testing boundary conditions to check for maximum breaking force in latch in load test directions to pass FMVSS 206. This includes optimization of topology, material and overall thickness and size of latch components to meet FMVSS 206 standards.
2. Gear Stop simulation (Dynamic): Understanding the behavior of latch in lock to lock condition (abuse cases) and simulations of full latch to check stress and strains on plastic gears inside latch. This includes modeling of critical parts like motors, spring based contacts.
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Previous Employer: Faurecia Technology Center India (formerly TACO Faurecia Design Center)

Designation : Project Engineer
Department : Design (PSA)
Duration : Nov 2008 to August 2011
Tools : CATIA V5, ANSA
Work Summery:
Objective: To create B surface from Class A surface of IP, DP and center console for PSA cars. Support CAE in pre-processing work.

Role: Create B surface from Class A surface using plastic tooling knowledge for automotive interiors injection molding, using 3-2-1 principle decide fixations points on B surface using CATIA V5. Support CAE group in pre-processing for Faurecia Meru for IP, DP using ANSA.
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Publications:
1. Effect of vent shapes on thermal comfort of passengers in a car – SASTECH International research Journal, Vol 10, Issue 2, Sept 2011.
http://www.msrsas.org/docs/sastech_journals/archives/sept2011/4.pdf

2. In-cabin Airflow and thermal comfort analysis of passenger car – LAMBERT academic publications, Germany.
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Other skills and Achievements:
o Member of “Rubber Smokin’ Angels”, one of the first bike club in India and in Pune.
o Featured in various channels with TV commercials for Yamaha FZ-s and and Bajaj Club DTSi.
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Personal Details:
o Educational Qualification : MSc Automotive engineering from
Coventry University
o Languages known : English, French (Basic), Hindi, Marathi
o Address for correspondence : Pune, Maharashtra, India.
o Date of Birth : October 18, 1986
o Nationality : Indian
o Passport : Available
 

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