March 2023-May 2023

Building Energy Modeling of Multi-stories Commercial Building in New York City

Modeled and analyzed building energy system of a seven-stories large commercial building using EnergyPlus and OpenStudio. Determined annual energy consumption of the existing system and proposed an energy efficient and sustainable HVAC design Conducted cost-benefit analysis for retrofitting the building energy system by replacing natural gas with heat pump system


October 2022-December 2022

HVAC System of Multi-family Residential Building in New York City

Designed detailed floor plan of multi-stories residential building incorporating HVAC systems using Autodesk Revit Calculated heating and cooling loads applying ASHRAE standards and CLTD Method using HCB software and determined Infiltration rate using LBNL model. Determined outdoor air requirements using ASHRAE Standard 62.1-2013 and supply air requirements using Sensible Heat Ratio and Psychrometric Process Diagram Designed the duct systems using Equal Friction Method and conducted cost analysis for the budget justification of landlord


August 2021-March 2023

Climate Controlled Test Facility for Testing Air Source Heat Pump Systems Inside the Laboratory

Designed and built a climate controlled & insulated chamber using a refrigerator, electric heater, centrifugal pump, and hydronic loop to simulate the outdoor winter conditions of northeastern U.S winter climates inside a research laboratory Controlled temperature and humidity inside the climate chamber using temperature-controlled refrigerator and hydronic loop. Built a data logging and monitoring system using different sensors, Daxus DXS-100 data logging modules and NI LabVIEW


June 2020-July 2021

Modeling and Optimization of CNC Machining Process

Performed CNC turning of Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composites and CNC face milling of Titanium Alloy Ti6Al4V Measured cutting forces, surface roughness and tool wear using dynamometer (DynoWare software), profilometer and microscope Optimized cutting parameters to reduce cutting force by 4.5% and tool wear by 9% and improved surface roughness by 13%


January 2018-October 2018

Application of Nano Fluid in Turning Hardened Steel

Prepared Al2O3-Ethylene Glycol and Al2O3-Water nanofluids using ultrasonication process and measured the stability using sedimentation-centrifugation method to compare their performances during turning of hardened steel using coated carbide inserts Improved machining performances by reducing cutting zone temperature and improving surface roughness & tool life comparing with conventional cutting fluids and reduced the machining cost by 10%