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HARI CHANDRASHEKAR BATTI

9-85/8, Golnaka Alwal HOME (040-27977648)


Secunderabad, AP-500010 CELL (+91-9849308069)
Email:hari.batti@gmail.com
SUMMARY: 8 years of experience as a NVH-CAE Engineer & 3 years of experience as a Product Design Engineer
with emphasis on structural design, vibration and Noise. My strong product development background and prior
experience in CAE will round out a diverse skill set of leadership, systems analyst and analytical skills. I have
worked closely with suppliers, plant management, program management and finance to implement the design
changes in regards to cost save and functionality.

AREAS OF Management: Project Management, Cross-Functional Team Leadership


EXPERTISE: Strategy: Product Strategy, Functional Improvement, Testing
Operations: Six Sigma, Material Cost Reduction, NVH-CAE
Sourcing: Supply Chain Mgmt, Sourcing Strategy Development
Others: Business Case Development, Product Design/Development

EDUCATION:
Wright State University Dec 1994 Dayton, OH
M.S (Mechanical Engineering)
Developed a computationally efficient algorithm to simulate Finite element Modeling and Stochastic Optimal control of
Aircraft and Automobile Vibration.
Osmania University July 1990 Hydbad, AP
B.E (Mechanical Engineering)
WORK Senior Product Value-Engineer/Technologist June 2007-Current
EXPERIENCE: GE Energy, Hyderabad, India

Responsible for the development/management of DFMA focused team.


Focusing on forging, casting and fabrication products to identify & implement cost out opportunities.
Working cross-functionally (engineering, sourcing, manufacturing) with all GE Energy businesses to generate
ideas, best practice sharing, and project execution to deliver cost reduction savings target.

Project Manager June 2006-May 2007


Satyam Venture Engineering Services, Secunderabad, India

Responsible for the management of OEM account with $1.2 million as its revenue.
Developed and managed a team of 25 (offshore/onsite) working for clients like FORD(USA, Australia, Germany,
India), JLR, AUDI and BMW.
Enhanced competencies in CFD and NVH analysis. Also conducted groups trainings in Full vehicle analysis and OEM
FE modeling best practices.
Developed performance team index model to monitor and enhance the leadership quality in the company.
Successfully completed Satyams Green belt certification .

Product Engineer May 2003-May 2006


SUV/BOF &PTAC Dept, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, MI

Solely responsible for Design & Release of the FORD Ranger & Expedition vehicles lower power steering system
and extensively supported build/launch efforts.
Achieved component objectives for quality, function, cost, weight, assembly & timing.
Developed design verification plans and maintained control of FMEA, ES specs and critical characteristics.
Investigated and assisted solutions to product durability concerns via 8Ds (quality control).
Re-designed and implemented a completely new p/s steering hydraulic distribution system on 2007-
3.0L Ranger. This change resulted in improved NVH of the system, reduced warranty by 10%, and
improved Fuel economy by 0.1mpg.
Co-led a Model cost reduction technique project on the Ford Ranger Truck with an estimated $216,000
annual savings.
Successfully completed SIX-SIGMA Greenbelt training & implemented design changes that ensure leak
proof Power Steering hydraulic line and subsequently reduced the warranty by 100%.
Conducted cold start performance test on competitor vehicles for benchmarking.
Co-lead project to improve the pump performance to improve the cavitation and zip noise at cold start.
Negotiated sourcing agreements with low-cost suppliers resulting in 20% reduction in piece cost of commodities.
Exceeded yearly objectives & received high annual performance ratings from the reporting supervisor.

Project Lead Engineer May 2000-2003


Chassis/Body/PTSE Dept, Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, MI
Extensively involved in the NVH analysis of U204 and U293 Hybrid (ESCAPE) Vehicles.
Responsibilities and activities during this phase include:
Delegate and distribute the work load according to the skills of the subordinates, prioritize the work according to the
program needs.
Conducted various NVH development tests on the vehicle in regards to improve the Vibration and Noise levels.
Working closely with NVH development team in evaluating the full vehicle performance with various design changes.
Actively involved in Power train analysis of the U293 Hybrid vehicle model. Also interacted with the engine mount
supplier in estimating the affect of mount stiffness at the full vehicle level.
FullVehicleModeling&Analysis:
Modeled the U293 full vehicle with hybrid engine using FORD customized software.
Simulated the behavior of the vehicle on Rough, Coarse road, Smooth road and Engine Idle conditions using FORD
CAE procedures.
Analyzed various steering column designs and recommended design changes to improve the steering column vertical
frequency
Studied mode shape animations and strain-energy distributions of Body-in-White structure for various design
iterations.
Analyzed different Front and Rear sub frame structures used in the vehicle. Also recommended design changes to
improve the sub frame lateral and vertical frequencies.

Project Lead Engineer March 1999-April 2000


Light Truck Division (PDC), Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, MI
Extensively involved in the NVH analysis of U152 Ford Explorer vehicle.
Responsibilities and activities during this phase include:
Worked with the team to improve the NVH performance of the Body-in-White structure.
Incorporated various newly designed components, stiffeners, reinforcements and beads to improve the overall Torsion
of the Body-in-White structure.
Actively involved in 6sigma project of the Driveline-System performance analysis.
Modeling&Analysis:
Simulated Body-in-White static bending and torsion tests using CAE procedures.
Performed normal mode analysis of Body-in-white structure incorporated with various design recommendations. Also
identified the overall bending, overall torsion, lateral bending local modes of the structure.
Studied mode shape animations and strain-energy distributions of Body-in-White structure for various design
iterations.
Recommended and analyzed various design changes in the Body structure to improve the Acoustic transfer functions
at chassis points.

Engineer/Analyst March 1996-March 1998


LightTruckDivision(PDC),FordMotorCo.,Dearborn,MI
Extensively involved in the NVH analysis of V184/5 SWB, LWB vans and Chassis cab of TRANSIT Program.
Responsibilities and activities during this phase include:
Analytical evaluation of trimmed body responses vs. NVH targets, including evaluation of architectural alternatives of
NVH behavior.
Preparation of detailed trimmed body model to reflect design information.
Recommendations regarding trimmed body NVH behavior of architectural alternatives.
Worked with team in guiding system design and providing understanding of known NVH problems with the Transit
vehicles.
Modeling&Analysis:
Extensively used HYPERMESH for modeling and modifying body structures and components. Used CSA and MSC
Nastran for post-processing and checked the quality of CAE models and simulations.
Experienced in building Body-in-White and Trimmed bodies of V184/5 SWB, LWB vans and Chassis Cab.
Performed low frequency normal mode analysis of trimmed body structures, simulated the results using ENVISION
animation software and identified different modal characteristics.
PointMobilitys:
Evaluated driving point mobility functions for V184/5 SWB, LWB vans and Chassis Cab.
Studied the point mobility characteristics of the trimmed body at suspension and power train attachment points and
updated all the point mobility evaluations at every design phase.
Analyzed several point mobility responses and suggested design changes to achieve target.
Acoustics:
Developed the solid acoustic cavity model for V184/5 SWB, LWB vans and Chassis Cab.
Performed acoustic cavity normal modes and identified different acoustic modal characteristics.
Incorporated acoustic modes in the trimmed body and simulated Noise Transfer Functions.
DSAandDesignOptimization:
Performed DSA analysis of the Body-in-White for the V184/5 SWB, LWB vans and Chassis Cab. Obtained sensitivity
coefficients and used them to find the most sensitive component for a particular static and dynamic characteristic.
Implemented MOVE for weight reduction and improving eigenvalues of the Body-in-White structure. Projected gage
changes after scrutinizing the MOVE results for improving the torsional frequency of Body-in-white structure.
Engineer/Analyst March 1995-March1996
Advanced Vehicle Technology (PDC), Ford Motor Co., Dearborn, MI
Extensively involved in the NVH analysis of D/EW98 Rear wheel drive luxury car.
Responsibilities and activities during this phase include:
Worked with the team to improve the overall NVH performance of the Trimmed body based on target driven static and
dynamic characteristics and also responsible for Design sensitivity analysis and Optimization of Body-in-White
weight and functional performance.
Performance for modeling and incorporating various newly designed components, stiffeners, reinforcements and beads
to improve the overall performance of the Trimmed body structure.
Modeling&Analysis:
Experienced in modeling and modifying various components and structural joints of Body-in-White using Femb,
Hypermesh and PDGS.
Simulated Body-in-White static bending and torsion tests using CAE procedures.
Responsible for adding package tray strainer bracket and performing static analysis of the Body-in-White model. This
bracket improved the static torsion by 20%.
Performed normal mode analysis of Body-in-white and Trimmed body structures. Also identified the overall bending,
overall torsion, lateral bending, steering column and local modes of the structures.
Studied various mode shape animation and strain-energy distributions of Body-in-White and Trimmed body structures.
DSAandDesignOptimization:
Performed DSA analysis of static and normal modes. Obtained sensitivity coefficients using CSA NASTRAN and
projected design and gage changes using the coefficients.
Performed design optimization for weight reduction and improvement of functional performance of the Body-in-
White structure and projected the design changes.
COMPUTER Languages: C, C++, FORTRAN.
SKILLS Environments: UNIX, VAX/VMS, MS-DOS, WINDOWS, CRAY.
CAE Tools: HYPERMESH, NASTRAN, ANSA, ANSYS, VSIGN (Ford)

PERSONAL References available upon request. Acquired US citizenship in 2004