Sai Tumma

115 2 Ave S Apt 301 | Minneapolis, Minnesota 55401 | (352) 617-8595 |
Seeking a full time opportunity in the field of Mechanical Engineering with emphasis on Product Design, Product Validation, Applied
Mechanics and Product Development and Manufacturing
Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering Apr 2016
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL GPA: 3.80/4.0
Bachelor of Engineering (Hons.) in Mechanical Engineering May 2014
Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS), Pilani, India GPA: 3.60/4.0
Mechanical Packages: AutoCAD, CATIA V5, SolidWorks, ANSYS, Creo (Pro-E), COMSOL, ABAQUS, CalFEM
Programming Skills: Core Java, MATLAB, R- Programming, MS Office (Word, PowerPoint, Excel)
Other Skills: PFMEA & DFMEA, DVP &R, GD &T, FEA,CAE,CAD, Design Optimization, Fatigue Analysis, Fracture Mechanics, Verification
and Validation, Criticality and Root Cause Analysis, Advanced Manufacturing, HVAC Design, PFC,MRP
Mechanical Engineer, Integrated Cleanroom Technologies Limited, India July 2013 – Dec 2013
• Designed product modules for HVAC units using Creo (Pro-E)
• Worked on part detailing and process flow relationships (PFC) of various product modules
• Worked with Sheet Metal Processing Machines like Press Breaks, Punch Press and also worked on DVP & R
• Implemented Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T) techniques and prepared CEDAC’s of all the component designs
• Prepared the Process and Design Failure modes and Effect Analysis (PFMEA & DFMEA) charts
Quality Engineer- Intern, Anjani Portland Cements Ltd., India. May 2012 – July 2012
• Analyzed the behavior of Electro Static Precipitator (ESP) and Reverse Air Bag House (RABH), under various testing conditions
• Worked in the Quality Assurance department and conducted performance evaluation to determine optimal dust collection rate
Process Engineer – Intern, Visakhapatnam Steel Plant, India Jun 2011 – July 2011
• Developed process flow relationships along different production lines in a heavy steel manufacturing company
• Worked on Master Data Management (MDM), Material Resource Planning (MRP), Breakdown Recovery Systems of the industry
Research Project, Implicit Boundary Finite Element Method, Gainesville, FL May 2015 – August 2015
• Worked on implementing Fatigue analysis in IBFEM – a Meshless technique in FEM
• Implemented Low Cycle Fatigue analysis and Rain Flow algorithm to calculate the S-N diagram and estimate cumulative damage
• Results were validated with those obtained from ANSYS and Abaqus. Solidworks and ProEngineer were used as CAD tools.
Reverse Engineering of a Human Powered Vehicle, Gainesville, FL Feb 2015 – March 2015
• Reverse Engineered a complex model of Human Powered Vehicle (HPV) which included parametric modelling of parts
• Designed Chassis, Wheels and Seat and assembled them using Solidworks
Design and Finite Element Analysis of a Planar Truss, Gainesville, FL Feb 2015 – March 2015
• Performed Finite Element Analysis (FEA) on a 6-Bay and 8-Bay Plane truss using Abaqus, to calculate nodal displacements and
element stresses.
• Performed Fully Stressed Design (FSD) optimization of the 6-Bay truss for various loading and boundary conditions.
Topology and sizing design optimization of a Cantilever beam, Gainesville, FL Aug 2015 – Dec 2015
• Performed topology and sizing design optimization on a beam element with varied loads to determine the optimum
configuration to minimize compliance
• Interpreted the topology design output into CalFEM to minimize the weight of the structure with axial stress constraints.
Course Project, Electricity generation through a speed breaker Jan 2012 – May 2012
• Manufactured a working prototype of a Speed breaker unit and applied load to generate electricity using rack pinion mechanism.
• Performed different manufacturing processes like Milling, Shaping, Filing, Grinding etc. on individual parts and then used welding
to assemble the components.
Performance Test Analysis of Stirling Engine, India Aug 2012 – Dec 2012
• Conducted performance test analysis of a Gamma-type Stirling Engine
• Designed and manufactured Scotch-Yoke mechanism, which drives flywheel using power obtained from master cylinder
• This engine design used a ‘V’ configuration to separate the displacer piston and power piston by 90 degrees.

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