Sagar Bhatt Sagar Bhatt

I am a graduate student in Mechanical Engineering at University at Buffalo, The State University of New York. My field of interests include High Performance Computing, Thermal and Fluid Sciences, Computational Fluid Dynamics, IC Engines, Combustion and Emissions.

I am deeply intrigued by the phenomena that control the physical world and how the findings can be used to improve the performance of our designs and control the impact they have on the environment. I have worked on numerous projects in the field of High Performance Computing, Computational Fluid Dynamics, Finite Element Analysis, CAD modeling and Analysis, Heat transfer, IC Engine performance improvement and testing. I have worked on many team projects and have been described as a proactive and tireless contributor. I am a detailed oriented person and like to see the job done with absolute accuracy. I enjoy solving the problems presented by each work undertaken as it gives me opportunity to find interesting methods to solve these problems.

In my free time, I like to paint, play football(soccer), swim and read.


Click on the projects to follow the links to the webpages of the respective projects.

Plotting and computing area of Mandlebrot Set using OpenMP and MPI

PM Measurement of a two-stage boiler

Investigation of Dam Break Problem through solution of 1D-Shallow water equations

Stress analysis of Rear axle

Da Vinci Machine for IIT Madras’ Techfest Shastra

Finite Element Analysis of 3D isotropic elastostatic bodies using 8-node brick elements

Solution of the Taylor-Green Vortex Problem Using Artificial Compressibility Method in Generalized Curvilinear Co-ordinates

Flow analysis of an AHMED Body

RC Aircraft

Solution to Laplace Equation using Preconditioned Conjugate Gradient Method with Compressed Row Storage using MPI

Simulation of Steady,Laminar flow over a Backward-Facing step

Finite Element Analysis of a plate with a hole using Constant Strain triangle, four and eight noded isoparametric quadrilateral elements

Solution of Prandtl-Glauert equation for an inviscid, non-heat conducting perfect gas free flow with small perturbation

Low End Torque and Startability improvement of a 510 cc diesel engine


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University at Buffalo

MS (Mechanical Engineering)
Expected Dec 2016 | Buffalo, NY
Cummulative GPA: 3.4/4

VIT University, Vellore

B.Tech (Mechanical Engineering with specialization in Automotive Engineering)
Graduated May 2014 | Vellore, TN, India
Cummulative GPA: 7.46/10

Work Experience

Greaves Cotton Ltd. (Automotive Sector, R&D)

Intern, R&D, January 2014-June 2014

  •     Performed various tests on Internal Combustion engine like emission tests, vehicle tests on Chassis Dynamometer, startability tests in subzero temperatures, intake air depression test and exhaust back pressure test.
  • Increased low-end torque by 24% and enabled engine start without excess fuel.
  • Mahindra and Mahindra (CDMM Departmentm, Farm Equipment Sector)

    Intern, June 2012-July 2012

  • Inspected new designs of components and adjusted the CAD dimensions /tolerances to make them manufacturable with existing equipment.
  • Managed materials in order to ensure lower material loss and faster prototype development - reduced lead time by 67%.
  • Skills


  • Matlab
  • C++
  • C
  • Python
  • Open MP
  • MPI
  • Bash Scripting
  • MATLAB - MEX Interfacing
  • PAPI Profiling
  • Pre-Processors:

  • ANSYS Meshing
  • FLUENT Meshing
  • Abaqus Meshing
  • Solvers

  • ANSYS Fluent
  • Abaqus
  • ANSYS Mechanical
  • Comsol
  • Design Applications:

  • SolidWorks
  • Catia
  • Pro-E
  • Autodesk Fusion 360
  • Autodesk Inventor
  • AutoCAD
  • Miscellaneous:

  • Git
  • Paraview
  • QTI Plot
  • Latex
  • Microsoft Office
  • Operating Systems:

  • Unix/Linux
  • Windows
  • Engine Testing software and hardware (Horiba emission analyzers, dynamometers, IASys Software)


    Sagar Bhatt
    : +1-716(348)-7393
    : 3- Allenhurst Road, Buffalo, NY-14214
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    You can also reach me by clicking the appropriate link at the bottom of the left panel.