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Mechanical Engineer

B Tech Mechanical Engineering


Desalination, Power


PO Box 3811, Abu Dhabi, UAE; Kerala, India





+971. (0)56 .6294483, +91 8111 968970

Professional with 2 years experience in contracting and maintenance services for
desalination and power plant.
Hands on experience on the following:
Fabrication and Welding of Steel pipes, cranes and mechanical equipments on site
Lamination and Repair of GRP pipes
Non Destructive Testing (NDT) of pipes and supports.
Material management, procurement and quality inspection.
Planning, executing and daily progress reporting of project punch list activities.
Monitor and Supervise Painting, Rust Protection and Coating activities
Familiar with international standards such as ASME, ISO, ANSI etc
Prepare and update technical document & drawings, piping layout, Isometric drawings for
client approval.
Interpret technical designs, drawings and models.
Technical Problem solving and Corrective action formulation on site along with Leadership,
Time management and resource planning to ensure subcontractors to complete work under

National Institute of Technology, Warangal, India
Bachelor of Technology, 2012
CADD Centre, Bangalore, India
Master Diploma in Product Design and Analysis, 2013

IT Skills
Autodesk AutoCAD 2012, NX CAD 7.5, CATIA V5 R11, Adobe Photoshop, Microsoft Office.
English(Fluent), Malayalam(Mother tongue), Hindi (Intermediate)

Work Experience
Client: Dubai Water & Electricity, United Arab Emirates
Project: Jebel Ali M Station, 140 MIGD MSF Desalination Plant & 2060 MW Power
Mechanical Engineer, January 2014 March 2015

Provide technical assistance and relevant quality controls during fabrication and site
Supervise and assist in lamination/repair of protective coating for GRP pipes for Sea
water intake and Service distillate lines.
Fabrication and erection of support platform for over head crane.
Monitoring and supervising of Painting and Coating activities.
Supervision of mechanical works for solar panel assembly.
Monitoring of Testing and Inspection of weld works for pumps, pipes and cranes
Identification, procurement and usage of paint and rust protection materials
Ensure safe working conditions of workers and other site personnel, report submission.
Tool box Talks, Material Management & work permit preparation.
Preparation of RFI's for the mechanical work for Punch Lists activities.
Obtain Hot work, cold work and confined space permits
Direct & Lead workforce to ensure subcontractors to complete work under scope
Attend review meetings with project managers, consultants and client.


Project: Jebel Ali M Station, 140 MIGD MSF Desalination Plant & 2060 MW Power
Client: Dubai Water & Electricity, United Arab Emirates
Mechanical Site Inspector, March 2013 December 2013

Work closely with senior-level technicians, engineers, and management.

Assist Head mechanical engineer in supervision, testing and inspection activities
Modification of As Built drawings in accordance with contract specification
Assist the sub contractor in designing access platforms for various valves
Simulate maintenance scenarios during client inspection for approval of platforms,
handover of platforms to client

HMT Machine Tools Ltd, Kochi Kerala U.A.E

Client: Dubai Water & Electricity, United Arab Emirates
Mechanical Engineer Trainee, April 2011 July 2011

Shop floor training in Foundry, Press Tools, Lathe and CNC Lathe Assembly
Report submission and presentation on the entire training
Summarize daily activities

1 Projects
Modeling of an inline 4 Cylinder Engine in NX
The study proposes a systematic approach for modeling a 4 Cylinder Inline Engine assembly in
NX using Bottom-up design. The components were created in the modeling environment to form
3D extruded models and further imported into the assembly environment to complete the
assembly and apply constraints to the various parts. Furthermore, assembly clearance was
employed to check interference between selected components and drafting environment was
used to check consistency of modeled components.

Dry Sliding Wear Behavior of Aluminum Metal Matrix Composite Using Finite
Element Modeling in ANSYS
The dry sliding behavior of the Aluminum Silicon alloys were studied in ANSYS in order to
highlight the Mechanisms responsible for the poor wear resistance in different load and sliding
speed conditions. The model is validated against a conventional method for calculating wear
experimentally and the results led to the development, calibration and validation of a finite
element model of dry sliding wear in aluminum based metal matrix composites.

The information provided is true to best of my knowledge and I possess certificates and letters
to back every piece of information mentioned herein above. Reference letters can be produced
on request.
Akhil Narayanan