Enthusiastic automotive engineer eager to contribute to team success through hard work, attention to detail and excellent organizational skills. Clear understanding of concepts and applications .Motivated to learn, grow and excel in auto industry.
I assisted on another undergrad research project on “Design and analysis of magnetic piston engine” under the guidance of Assistant Prof. Ashish Kumar in which we replaced piston by neodymium magnets with rechargeable battery of 12V to investigate fuel less engine. The intent of the project was to analyze the utility of this type of engine over the internal combustion engine (I.C Engine) to reduce the environmental impact. We utilized electromagnet solenoid with pulse control sensor instead of the conventional repulsion-attraction plate (RAT) mechanism for our experiment. I performed structural deformation analysis with the flexibility and stiffness method, stress analysis with dynamic force and simulation on solidworks and AutoCAD. Our structural deformation results indicated inadequate strength because of smaller length of connecting rod and bigger piston bore diameter, stress analysis on piston was observed with dynamic data .Further experiments were proposed to enhance the design with torque production and damping in engine vibrations.
I assisted on an undergrad research project aimed at enhancing the efficiency of electric vehicle by optimizing the induction motor losses and trimming its mechanical faults under the guidance of Assistant Prof. Mahesh Gupta. I conducted an extensive literature review to define the baseline efficiency of the induction motor and to update experimental procedure. Our team focused on the use of different materials to reduce mechanical faults in the induction motor by conducting 13 series of experiments to minimize losses using different grade of steel like for example the steel grade 5350 and 3150 on the basis of low loss electrical steel and steel grade 8050H and 5350H on basis of high permeability. Finally, steel 5350H was chosen based on the results of our preliminary analyses, material hardness and the high permeability. I performed numerical calculations on 3kw motor for various parameters like power factor, slip percentage, stator winding temperature and sum of losses. Our results indicated reduction of stator winding rise temperature by 4℃ and improved efficiency of about 0.5 in premium steel rotors. Further experiments were recommended for stabilizing unbalanced motor mass, various parameters required for increasing efficiency, investigating repeatability, statistical analysis and techno-economic assessment.
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