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Chemical Engineer Resume Sample

Technically competent chemical engineer with professional excellence of 1.5 years in steering production functions in chemicals manufacturing companies. Last associated with Detail Engineering Division, TransTech Projects Pvt. Ltd., Pune, (M.S.) as Process Engineer. Core capabilities in planning, mobilizing and managing materials, equipments and manpower resources to optimize operational efficiency. Superb strengths in observing planned and preventive maintenance practices for maximum availability of equipment and reducing production free time to minimum. Adept at determining requirements, project scheduling, and production planning along with excellent team managing capabilities. Capable in introducing design modifications, design changeover suggestions and process improvements to maximize Overall Equipment Effectiveness (O.E.E.) Focused and diligent with impeccable work habits and strong analytical and problem solving skills. Cogent written and verbal communication skills.
Aspiring to be Process Engineer in Chemical arena while utilizing experience gained as Process Engineer

ABC, Pune (Detail Engineering Division) Process Engineer Involved in material management during the erection through preparation of indent, maintaining records of material issued & received, cross checking of instrument delivered to us Assumed independent charge in shift ensuring smooth operations of shift by trouble shooting & fixing problems, also maintaining the optimum operating parameter of plant in shift. Adhering to quality standards & assuring quality and assigning Jobs & coordinating with contractors to ensure timely completion of job. Structuring production plans in coordination with marketing dept., drawing requirements of inputs along with specifications and raising indents ensuring timely availability of inputs. Specifying norms of material consumption to achieve needed properties in the end product while ensuring no process wastages. Preparing manuals & work instructions as standing guidelines for operations. Conceptualizing and introducing process improvements to maximize operational efficiency. Ensuring strict implementation of quality control systems and procedures to minimize junk generation. Providing vital inputs for capacity expansion projects to meet techno- commercial viability benchmarks Identifying areas of obstruction and providing quick resolutions to ensure uninterrupted execution of production processes. Implementing preventive, predictive and planned maintenance systems to ensure maximum availability of machines/ equipments. NATIONAL CHEMICAL LABORATORY, PUNE, (M.S.) Project Trainee (M. Tech Project), under supervision of, Dr. S. Mayadevi


M. Tech (Chemical Engineering), 2008 Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere, Raigad; , First Class, (7.6 CGPA) B. Tech (Chemical Engineering), 2006 University Department of Chemical Technology, North Maharashtra University, Jalgaon; First Class (66.40%Agg) Diploma in Chemical Engineering, 2003 Government Polytechnic Yavatmal, M.S.B.T.E., Mumbai; First Class (60%) SSC, 1999 Secondary School Education Board Amravati University; First class (70.00%)

PROJECTS ACCOMPLISHED M. TECH (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) Title: Esterification reaction Description: The reaction kinetics and the chemical equilibrium of the consecutive, reversible liquid-phase esterification of ethylene glycol with acetic acid to ethylene glycol monoacetate (monoester) and ethylene glycol diacetate (diester) without using any catalyst was studied. Kinetics experiments were conducted for various temperatures (353 383 K) and starting compositions of the reactants (mole ratio 1 3). The rate constant for the reaction at various temperatures was calculated from the experimental data and activation energy of the reactions was estimated using the Arrhenius expression. The results revealed that ethylene glycol conversion and product formation increased with increasing the reaction temperature. B. TECH (CHEMICAL ENGINEERING) Title: Design of Multicomponent Distillation Column Description: Several short cut and rigorous method has been discussed in this project to determine the number of theoretical stages in multi-component distillation column. The short cut methods have their own importance in the calculation of number of equilibrium stages. Method such as Hengstebecks Gillilands method, Erbran Medox method Fenskes method and Smokers method to multicomponent system are the popular short cut methods. In addition to above short cut methods a rigorous method such as the Lewis Matheson method has been tried in the calculation of number of equilibrium stages. The comparison between short cut & rigorous methods are based on, feed point location, material and energy balance along with efficiency calculation has been formulated in this project. DIPLOMA IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING Title: Design of Shell and Tube Heat Exchanger Description: In this work I studied the all types of heat exchanger such as shell and tube heat exchanger, plate type heat exchanger, u-tube heat exchanger, graphite heat exchanger etc. also discussed about the detail design of shell and heat exchange. SEMINARS ATTENDED Biodiesel Production (M.Tech) Linas Technology- Distillation of 21st Century (B.Tech) To solve the waste water problem with Liquid-Liquid Extraction (Diploma) WORKSHOP/TRAININGS ATTENDED Two days workshop on Analytical Instruments like HPLC, GPC, FTIR, GC, in Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Technological University, Lonere. Compltetd third year summer industrial training in Baroda Rayon Corporation Ltd., Udhna, Surat (Gujrat).