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Summary

  • Lead Diesel Engine Performance Engineer for cold and altitude calibration development
  • Leadership experience: Coached newly recruited engineer and shared best practices/methods.
  • Successfully completed Design for Six Sigma Project for Green Belt
  • Experienced Analyst: Skilled at Subsystem development and model calibration

Work History

Dec 2015Present

HHP Tier4 Combustion Performance Sr. Engineer

Cummins Inc. ( Charleston, SC)
  • Lead Performance engineer for off-nominal calibration development of 23L, 30L, 50L, 60L and 95L engine family.
  • Coached newly recruited team member mentoring and sharing best practices.
  • Developed strategies and solutions to meet & exceed customer requirements.
  • Cross-functionally worked with air handling team, after-treatment team, turbo technology team and controls team to develop an integrated solution that meets customer requirements
Aug 2012Dec 2015

Thermal And Fluid Science Engineer

Cummins Inc. ( Seymour, IN)
  • Altitude testing and cold testing experience.
  • Expertise in engine performance modeling using GT-Power, In Cylinder analysis using AVL Concerto, calibrating models to test cell data.
  • Actively presented material in various technical design reviews.
  • Delivered key architectural recommendation for hardware selection for optimum BSFC and altitude capability of product.
  • Supported Thermal management team for key architectural decisions using innovative concepts.
  • Developed and documented new calibration strategies and methods for altitude calibrations.
Apr 2011Apr 2012

Graduate Research Assistant

Development of 1-D Distributed flow Diesel Particulate Filter model
  • Developed a solution method using mass conservation equations to predict after-treatment performance primarily soot mass collected along the axial location of filter for clean and loading condition. Verified the performance parameters by comparing the 1-D CPF model with a lumped parameter model developed at MTU.
Aug 2010Apr 2011

Adv. Propulsion system for Hybrid Electric Vehicles 

Modeling and Simulation of Kinetic Energy Recovery System
  • Successfully applied the concepts of regenerative braking to recover the Kinetic energy lost during braking.  
  • Developed a Hybrid Vehicle Model in Simulink with Driver Controller (PID), IC Engine, E-motor, Battery and Finite Ratio Transmission, Engine start-stop logic, regenerative braking and gear selection for optimum fuel usage.Implemented control logic to improve performance of vehicle and validated the entire model.
  • Focused on application of mathematical modeling for development of hybrid power train to minimize fuel usage maintaining performance requirement for equivalent non-hybrid vehicles.