Robins Kalathil


Graduate Research Assistant

Cincinnati, OH
Robins Kalathil
Graduate Research Assistant – Procter & Gamble – UC Simulation Center

Cincinnati, OH 45220

Graduate Research Assistant Procter & Gamble – UC Simulation Center Cincinnati, OH
November 2014 to Present
• Analyzed the flow field inside the diffuser of a spunbond aspirator using Ansys Fluent
• Investigated the effect of a moving porous belt in high pressure induced flow fields using Ansys Fluent
• Performed a computational fluid-structure interaction analysis between the fiber and flowing fluid inside a spunbond aspirator using FIDYST Suite
• Determined the pattern, position and base weight distribution of fibers on the collection system

Assistant manager, Design and Development Tata Hitachi Construction Machinery Jamshedpur, Jharkhand
July 2011 to November 2013
Jamshedpur, India Jul 2011 – Nov 2013
Assistant manager, Design and Development
1. Design modification of critical components of Transit Mixer to increase the drum capacity by 7% and reduce cost by 11%
2. Extensive knowledge of domestic and international design codes and standards
3. Performed stress analysis of different components of the mixer unit including the auxiliary engine support using Hypermesh
4. Collaborated with Office of Planning, Sourcing, and Manufacturing for implementation of new designs with cost, quality and schedule requirements

Summer Intern Carborundum Universal Limited (CUMI) Kochi, Kerala
May 2009 to July 2009
Designed, fabricated and tested different conical inserts to streamline the flow inside a Jet Mill
Pulverizer, which resulted in a 35% increase in efficiency
• Developed a preventive maintenance schedule for the machinery and control systems involved in the carborundum production

Master of Science Mechanical Engineering University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, OH
January 2014 to Present

Bachelor of Engineering Mechanical Engineering Birla Institute of Technology Mesra
Ranchi, Jharkhand
July 2007 to May 2011

CFD, FEA, Thermal Analysis, Manufacturing, Product Development, Team Management

Modeling and simulation scholarship – P&G – UC Simulation Center
November 2014

University graduate scholarship
January 2014

Certification course for Ansys APDL

Certification course for CATIA V5

Evaluating the influence of tissue properties on the core temperature using a 3D whole body model. Proceedings of Summer Biomechanics, Bioengineering and Biotransport Conference, SB3C2015-1037
June 18, 2015
Development of a computational thermal model to evaluate the human body temperature and determine the uncertainty associated with the body temperature due to variability in tissue properties.

Software Tools
Ansys FLUENT/APDL, Pointwise, Hypermesh, Abaqus, FIDYST Suite, CATIA, Pro/E, Solidworks, Solid Edge, Matlab, C, Teamcenter Enterprise, MS Office

  • Updated 8 years ago

To contact this candidate email

Contact using webmail: Gmail / AOL / Yahoo / Outlook

This entry was posted in . Bookmark the permalink.