Jessica Claire
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 (555) 432-1000,
Having sufficient background in Energy field and Mechanical field. Experience in dynamometer testing of gasoline and diesel engines, engine test bed setup and aspects of engine overhaul. *Strong fundamental knowledge of Engines Design, Functionality, Thermodynamics, Fluid dynamics and Combustion analysis. *Familiar with engineering software such as AutoCAD, Pro/E, Matlab, Simulink, GT-Power, and Dynasty.
Computer: AutoCAD, Pro/E, Matlab, Simulink, GT-Power, Hypermesh, Solidworks, C++
06/2014 to 06/2015 Bickford Senior Living | , ,
  • Part of a team working to deliver 3400/C27/C32 diesel engine development programs Engine recipe selection, choose right engine for different working conditions.
  • Engine performance simulation.
  • Build engine model with Dynasty and calibrate the model with lab data.
  • Analysis the engine performance, combustion and emission characteristics with the calibrated model.
  • Do the altitude calibration.
  • Calibrate the engine parameters such as power, injection timing to meet the emission requirement at higher sea level.
  • Write the requirement documentation and emission certification documentation for different type of engines.
01/2012 to 05/2014 Graduate Student Research Assistant Bickford Senior Living | , ,
  • Graduate Course Project Course Project: Simulated combustion process in a high speed turbo-charged DI diesel engine using the Wiebe combustion model to estimate the engine performance parameters such as BMEP, Brake Thermal Efficiency, BSFC, and conduct an energy balance of the system.
  • Course Project: Design a new housing development that could be implemented in a vast number of markets across the U.S.
  • This development would adhere to the guidelines for LEED certification and feature a suite of environmentally friendly energy generation technologies.
  • Course Project: A study project completed on power split devices for hybrid electric vehicles focusing on their background, unique inventions, working principle and its advantages on improving system efficiency and output.
  • Estimate the Engine Performance and Emissions of Soybean Biodiesel Blends with GT-Power Engine Model Develop a 3-cylinder diesel engine model with GT-Power.
  • Calibrate the model for diesel to fit the experimental data.
  • Run the calibrated model with different biodiesel blends and RPMs.
  • Present the results and evaluate the performance and emissions.
  • Experimental Testing on SI and CI engines to investigate combustion characteristics & exhaust emissions.
  • Involved in Test-cell setup and dynamometer testing of SI engine to demonstrate its combustion and mission characteristics using Superflow-Engine cycle analyzer and Nicolet FT-IR spectrometer for exhaust emissions analysis.
  • Participated in experimental testing to estimate the engine performance and emissions characteristics for soybean biodiesel blends in an unmodified diesel engine.
  • Assisted in setting up data acquisition systems like Superflow - FID Hydrocarbon analyzer, NOx analyzer and AVL smoke meter for the test cell.
  • Performed routine engine service such as replacing motor oil, filters, coolant, sparkplugs, drive belts etc.
  • Huazhong University of Science & Technology Undergraduate Course Project Course Project: Design a turbine Sep.
01/2010 to | , ,
  • Design a turbine with given parameters, model the turbine in Pro/E Draw the thermal curves of the designed turbine Course Project: Design a boiler Oct.
  • 2010 Design a boiler with given parameters and calculate its thermal parameters Course Project: Thermal Power Plant Nov.
  • 2010 Calculate the thermal parameters of the given thermal power plant.
02/2011 to 06/2011 | , ,
  • Experimental Study on the Behavior of Coal Gasification with CO2 and steam by TGA.
  • The gasification behavior of Xiaolongtan brown coal in CO2 and steam is studied.
  • Kinetic parameters of catalytic gasification of coal are computed by the data from TGA.
Expected in Now Master of Science | Energy System Engineering The University of Michigan, Dearborn, MI GPA: GPA: 7.8/9
Energy System Engineering GPA: 7.8/9 I.C. Engine (I) & (II); Electric Aspects of HEVs; Vehicle Electronics; Computational Thermo-Fluids, Sustainable Energy Systems; Energy Storage; Energy Policy, Economics and Environment; Energy Evaluation, Risk Analysis and Optimization.
Expected in Jan. 2010 | Mechanical Engineering I-Shou University, Kaohsiung, GPA:
Mechanical Engineering
Expected in Jun. 2011 Bachelor of Engineering | Thermal and Power Engineering Huazhong University of Science & Technology, Wuhan, GPA: GPA: 84.98/100
Thermal and Power Engineering GPA: 84.98/100 Thermodynamics; Fluid dynamics; Heat Transfer; Power Plant; Modern Power Plant Turbine; Modern Power Plant Boiler; Computer Control System of Power Engineering; Technology of CAD.
AutoCAD, balance, C, C++, CAD, calibration, Draw, data acquisition, documentation, Economics, Electronics, FT-IR, Matlab, Oct, oil, Optimization, requirement, Risk Analysis, simulation, Solidworks, type, unique

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