Saad Rabbani

M.S. Mechanical Engineering, Engineer







Education and training:
Master of Science (M.S.), Mechanical Engineering December 2017, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY
Bachelor of Engineering (B.E.), Mechanical Engineering, Cum Laude May 2017, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

Professional experience:

2018 – present, Mechanical Engineer, Brookhaven Technology Group

Research experience:
Advanced Internal Combustion Research Laboratory Stony Brook, NY
Combustion Laboratory Research Assistant Jun 2016 – Jun 2017
• Assisted with designing and constructing power cabinet for oil and coolant heaters and pumps for FPLA Engine
• Installed metal gas lines with a team for Horiba emissions analyzer to test for NOx, CO2, and UHC
• Designed oil supply lines to FFVA Engine from NPT fitting from the pump to a BSPT fitting type at the engine block
• Accompanied by a team in assembling intake heater and mass flow meter to the intake plenum for CFR (HCCI) Engine
• Conducted material reduction analysis for the housing between dynamometer and flywheel on FFVA Engine
• Supervised and helped new volunteers in fabrication of engine parts and maintenance of the facility equipment
All American Mechanical Components and Gears Inc. Farmingdale, NY
Gear Dynamics Intern Jun 2017 – Jul 2017
• Conducted mathematical modeling for face gear parameters for AGMA using iterative convergence on TK-Solver and
generated analysis report in Microsoft Word
• Designed Bevel Gear Summary Sheet on TK-Solver using analysis methods of Design of Machine Elements
• Calculated and developed proper gear meshing positions on gear testing equipment using Joe block spacers
• Assisted with gear testing on spur and bevel gears for composite, tooth to tooth and run-off errors
HVAC & Refrigeration Maintenance Bay Shore, NY, Service Technician Jun 2016 – Aug 2016
• Replaced a blower motor for convective heating through gas fired heater coils on a Commercial TRANE Package Unit
• Assisted in installing a 24.000 BTU AC/Heater in addition to providing an external 220-V power supply line
• Installed 275-gal. above-ground oil tank and oil lines to the residential boiler while purging air from oil lines
• Worked along a team to install a 500-gal. water tank for residential use to reduce boiler firing times and cost

Combustion Research Laboratory Stony Brook, NY
Research Student Sep 2017 – Dec 2017
• Conducted MATLAB programming to evaluate performance parameters of SI-CFR engine with varying throttle position
• Measured burn duration and CA50 for four firing cases with varying spark timings to achieve optimum combustion
phasing that produces highest IMEPn and net thermal efficiency
• Calculated Fast Fourier Transform of unfiltered pressures of varying compression ratios to analyze portions of knock
• Investigated Effects of Heat Release Rates of four combustion modes (SI, HCCI, CDC and RCCI) on thermal efficiencies
Power Assisted Knee-Walker, Senior Design Project Stony Brook, NY
Project Manager and Manufacturing Coordinator Sep 2016 – May 2017
• Created short term goals to meet evaluation deadlines, consulted with advisor and distributed project responsibilities
• Reviewed CAD designs on Inventor and forwarded necessary parts’ list to the purchasing department
• Managed team in manufacturing/building prototype and tested the modified parts and redesigned electronic controls

Honors and professional affiliations:
• Power Assisted System (Senior Design Award), Stony Brook University Spring 2017
• Golden Key Honors Award, Stony Brook University Fall 2015
• Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Stony Brook Chapter Fall 2017

• Software: MATLAB, AutoCAD, REVIT, SOLIDWORKS, Inventor, Visual Studio(C++), Xcode, NX, MS Office Suite
• Language: Trilingual- Proficient in English, Fluent in Urdu, Conversant in Spanish