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$23 USD / hour
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bahawalpur, pakistan
$23 USD / hour
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Muhammad F.

@engrfarooq04

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4.7 (16 reviews)
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$23 USD / hour
Flag of PAKISTAN
bahawalpur, pakistan
$23 USD / hour
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♛ Matlab ♛ Electrical♛Simulation♛ 3Ddesigns♛ Ansys

I am professional mechatronics Engineer and I have done many projects related to my [login to view URL] experience is in: ✅Mechanical Engineering ✅Electrical Engineerig I have done 50+ projects in: 1.Matlab 2.KICAD 3.Pcb layouts 4.Embedded systems 5.Proteus 7.C++ programming 8.Solidworks 9. Ansys 10. computational fluid mechaics 11. Hardware,tensor flow 12.simuation 13. Design prototype 14. MATLAB/SIMULINK 15. WIRELESS COMMUNICATION 16. FEA/CFD /CAD- ANSYS , SOLIDWORKS 17. RF ENGINEERING & MICROWAVES
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This study presents simulation results for the thermal behaviour of a lithium-ion battery pack during discharge under different operating conditions. The thermal management of electric vehicle (EV) batteries is of paramount importance for ensuring their safe and efficient operation. In this study, we explore the application of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as novel materials for enhancing the thermal management performance of EV batteries. MOFs, known for their exceptional porosity and tunability, offer unique advantages for addressing the thermal challenges in EV batteries. By harnessing the sorption properties of MOFs, we aim to regulate temperature and humidity levels within the battery pack, thereby mitigating thermal runaway risks and extending battery lifespan. The simulations were conducted using ANSYS Fluent software
Battery simulation of LIthium Battery
This study presents simulation results for the thermal behaviour of a lithium-ion battery pack during discharge under different operating conditions. The thermal management of electric vehicle (EV) batteries is of paramount importance for ensuring their safe and efficient operation. In this study, we explore the application of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as novel materials for enhancing the thermal management performance of EV batteries. MOFs, known for their exceptional porosity and tunability, offer unique advantages for addressing the thermal challenges in EV batteries. By harnessing the sorption properties of MOFs, we aim to regulate temperature and humidity levels within the battery pack, thereby mitigating thermal runaway risks and extending battery lifespan. The simulations were conducted using ANSYS Fluent software
Battery simulation of LIthium Battery
This study presents simulation results for the thermal behaviour of a lithium-ion battery pack during discharge under different operating conditions. The thermal management of electric vehicle (EV) batteries is of paramount importance for ensuring their safe and efficient operation. In this study, we explore the application of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as novel materials for enhancing the thermal management performance of EV batteries. MOFs, known for their exceptional porosity and tunability, offer unique advantages for addressing the thermal challenges in EV batteries. By harnessing the sorption properties of MOFs, we aim to regulate temperature and humidity levels within the battery pack, thereby mitigating thermal runaway risks and extending battery lifespan. The simulations were conducted using ANSYS Fluent software
Battery simulation of LIthium Battery
This study presents simulation results for the thermal behaviour of a lithium-ion battery pack during discharge under different operating conditions. The thermal management of electric vehicle (EV) batteries is of paramount importance for ensuring their safe and efficient operation. In this study, we explore the application of Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) as novel materials for enhancing the thermal management performance of EV batteries. MOFs, known for their exceptional porosity and tunability, offer unique advantages for addressing the thermal challenges in EV batteries. By harnessing the sorption properties of MOFs, we aim to regulate temperature and humidity levels within the battery pack, thereby mitigating thermal runaway risks and extending battery lifespan. The simulations were conducted using ANSYS Fluent software
Battery simulation of LIthium Battery
Report for Computational Fluid dynamics of BMW
The simulation process for determining the aerodynamic performance of the BMW 320i car model involves several steps, beginning with the preparation of the step model in SolidWorks. Once the step model is created, it is exported to Ansys Fluent, where the simulation process takes place. Figure 1 shows the 3D model of the car being used. The model is mesh model as it is prepared from a sketch up model.
Computational Fluid dynamics using the ansys
The simulation process for determining the aerodynamic performance of the BMW 320i car model involves several steps, beginning with the preparation of the step model in SolidWorks. Once the step model is created, it is exported to Ansys Fluent, where the simulation process takes place. Figure 1 shows the 3D model of the car being used. The model is mesh model as it is prepared from a sketch up model.
Computational Fluid dynamics using the ansys
The motor design requires a RPM of 4050, with at least a torque of 1.15 N-m. Test point efficiency is required to be greater than 80%. Overall, the weight of the motor is not to exceed 2 pounds or a length of 2.5 inches
FEA simulation of BLDC Motor
implementic the robotic arm paper
Robotic arm simulation
1. Microcontroller powered by 5v battery supply
2.MC to control LED light
3.Once LED light is turned on by MC it shall remain on until a vibration is sensed by sw420 vibration module. (has a sensitivity control)
4. When LED is triggered off. MC to wirelessly communicate with another MC to turn on its LED.
5. The sequence will repeat itself with several MC (up to 10)
6. MC to turn on in random order.
7. Button to control time limit. (Continuous,
1 minute, 3 minute) )not depicted in the attached file /drawing)
8. Button to wirelessly pair other MC together.
9. Counter display / timer ( to show how many LED lights have been triggered off during the time limits
Microcontroller powered by 5v battery supply

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Very good work, and after the work was done, I was able to modify it according to my requirements. The process is very patient and will continue to select him in the future.
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Was able to help with programming will hire again
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i got a good project.That satisfied to me
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2 months ago
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₹9,000.00 INR
Very good and i recommended you can work with him
Matlab and Mathematica Algorithm Mechanical Engineering Thermal Analysis Thermodynamics
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3 months ago
5.0
$210.00 CAD
I would recommend Muhammad F.via he answered all my questions and guided me through the entire project. Even going over and above by sending me videos to explain certain parts and he also continues to help me tweak the project even after the completion. Very nice to work with. Enjoyed working with him would definitely recommend
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Experience

3D developer

Career institute of technology Faisalabad Pakistan
Dec 2017 - Present
i have experience in the solidworks,Autocad,3Dmax,illustrator and in Adobe illustrator

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Bs mechanical Engineering

University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan 2013 - 2017
(4 years)

Qualifications

Graphic Designer

Career institute of technology Madina town campus Faisalabad
2016
i have qualification in the solidworks,Autocad,3Dmax,illustrator and in Adobe illustrator

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