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M.Tech in Computer Integrated Manufacturing.
Masters degree in Mechanical Engineering and in depth knowledge on Unigraphics.
Solid models and assembly
Sheet Metal Models
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Kumaraswamy Layout, Bangalore. Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
To pursue a challenging career with an organization that provides ample opportunities to learn and to contribute and wherever my imaginary, conceptual, analytical, problem solving skills can be effectively utilized.
Course Institute Board Year of Passing Percentage
M.Tech(Computer Integrated Manufacturing) Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering,Bangalore Visvesvaraya Technological University 2011 70%
BE in Mechanical Engineering. Shirdi Sai Engineering College, Anekal, Bangalore District. Visvesvaraya Technological University 2009 61.83%
Pre-University Kumarans P.U. College, Bangalore Karnataka PU Board 2005 63.66%
S.S.L.C Carmel High School, Bangalore K.S.S.E.B 2003 81.28%
Design software: Unigraphics NX 7.5 and 6.0
Analysis software: Hypermesh v 10.0, Abaqus v 6.9
Unigraphics Project Details:
In this project several 3D models have been created using Unigraphics. Standards like fully constrained sketch and layer standards have been followed and assembly of the same has been done. Drafting of each part has also been carried out.
Sheet Metal Components:
In this project about 25 sheet metal components have been created with flat pattern using Unigraphics.
Several models have been created in surfaces, using commands like ruled, through curves, swept, section fillet rho etc. This project includes surfaces like bus, bottles.
M.Tech Project Work:
Title: Finite element analysis of chip formation during grinding.
Period: From August 2010 – July 2011.
Carried out at Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering, Bangalore.
Tools used: Hypermesh v 9.0, Abaqus v 6.9
The following were the objectives of the project:
To simulate the initial chip formation process during grinding with a single grit having a different negative rake angle.
The Johnson-Cook material model is used to describe the work material behavior to simulate the grinding process.
To predict variables such as stress, equivalent plastic strain and temperature.
Publications: Presented a Technical paper entitled, “Modeling and analysis of chip formation during grinding”, Joint International Conference on Advanced Materials-2011, BTL Institute of Technology, Bangalore.
Curriculum Project Work ( carried out during 8th sem B.E.)
Title: Design and fabrication of load cell based weighing machine.
Period: From March 2009 – June 2009.
Carried out at Shirdi Sai Engineering College, Bangalore.
About 500 hours of experience in solid modeling, sheet metal and surface modeling, assembly and drafting.
Good knowledge of GD & T
Good team player and good learning abilities.
Co-Curricular & Extra-Curricular Activities:
Presented 4th semester M.Tech project paper entitled “Modeling and analysis of chip formation during grinding”. In the two day joint international conference on advanced materials (ICAM 2011). Organized by Dept. of Mechanical Engineering, BTL Institute of Technology, Bangalore.
Father’s Name Muralidhara
Date of Birth 3-3-1987
Nationality : Indian
Languages known : English, Kannada
I Chethan .C.M, hereby declare that the information furnished above is true to the best of my knowledge.
Place: Bangalore CHETHAN .C.M
Dayanada Sagar College of Engineering