Sachin Baghel
Graduate Student at [ Michigan Tech
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Name Sachin Baghel
Registered 2020


I am a graduate student in the Mechanical Engineering-Engineering Mechanics Department at Michigan Technological University, Michigan. I have completed B.E. in aeronautical engineering from Acharya Institute of Technology, India. I am passionate about Operations, Lean Manufacturing, Quality Engineering, and 3-D Printing. Skilled in utilizing core concepts of Design Optimization to optimize the topology of the system. A team player proficient in planning, multitasking with analytical, technical, and interpersonal skills. Result-oriented, organized, smart learner, and effective verbal & written communicator. When I’m not working, I love traveling, exploring places, swimming, and playing racquetball.

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Research Interests[edit | edit source]

  • Design and Manufacturing
  • Quality Engineering
  • Operations & Supply Chain
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Data Analytics

Current Projects[edit | edit source]

Currently working on the project "Open Source Auto-injector" under the guidance of Dr. Joshua M. Pearce under the Department of Mechanical Engineering at Michigan Technological University.

Completed Projects[edit | edit source]

  • Manufacturing of topology optimized headphone using 3-D printing.
  • Improvement of simulated car manufacturing process using lean tools.
  • Process behavior & sampling error analysis using root cause analysis.
  • Process capability & statistical process control of a single-point lathe turning operation.
  • Reliability analysis of front axle beam with the implementation of various reliability tools.

Work Experience[edit | edit source]

Manufacturing Intern (Engine Divison), Jul 2016
Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd | Bengaluru, India

  • Worked on overhaul and assembly of a turbofan aero engine and Inspected stripped components of Adour MK811.
  • Involved in data collection on defects occurring and carried out Root Cause Analysis (fishbone diagram and histogram), FMEA, and average service life calculations.