(555) 432-1000,
Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105

Mechanical Engineer with more than 7 years of progressive experience specializing in fluid mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, numerical simulation, single phase and multiphase turbulent flows, 2 & 3 phase separation, development of theories, and experimentation, mechanical design, scientific programming, laboratory testing, process and technology development, engineering standards.

  • Computational fluid dynamics
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Numerical simulation
  • 2 & 3 phases separation
  • Equipment design
  • Technology development
  • Coiled tubing
  • Scientific programming
  • Mechanical Design
  • Pipeline simulation
  • Valve sizing
  • Troubleshooting
  • Talented technical writer
  • Ansys Fluent
  • ICEM
  • CFD Post
  • Tecplot
  • Matlab
  • Mathematica
  • C++
  • Visual basic application
  • Auto CAD
  • NX
  • Google Sketchup
  • MS office
Michigan State University East Lansing, MI Expected in 2014 Ph.D. : Mechanical Engineering - GPA :
Bangladesh University of Eng. & Tech. Dhaka, Expected in 2009 Master of Science : Mechanical Engineering - GPA :
Bangladesh University of Eng. & Tech. Dhaka, Expected in 2006 Bachelor of Science : Mechanical Engineering - GPA :
Euromonitor - Research Intern
Seattle, WA, USA 04/2014 - Current

CETCO Energy Services, Houston, TX. CETCO is a water treatment services company that provides rental equipment, capital equipment and troubleshooting services for upstream oil and gas applications.

  • Hydrocyclone Design Optimization – greatly increased turndown based on optimized hydrocyclone geometry
  • Population Balance Modeling – developed a model for oil drop coalescence and conceptual design of in-line coalescence device
  • Coil tubing – developed user-friendly software for calculating transient heat convection and tool motion
  • Modeled drop breakup and coalescence for flows through pipes, control valves and pumps, and developed a generalized method for calculating drop size in flow lines
  • W & T MC-243 (Matterhorn) – provided troubleshooting support for proper sizing of control valves in relation to optimization of hydrocyclone performance
  • Modified present design of flotation vessel based on the CFD simulations and mathematical modeling
  • Performed CFD simulations of single and multiphase turbulent flows for riser, flotation vessel, and Choke valves using FLUENT and OpenFOAM
Kansas State University Foundation - Doctoral Research Assistant
Manhattan, KS, 07/2012 - Current
  • Designed a novel hydrocyclone based on the CFD simulations and experiments (US patent pending)
  • Identified a fundamental flow physics (unknown for more than three decades) that causes a finite turndown ratio in a liquid-liquid separation hydrocyclone
  • Developed theoretical models for drop breakup, coalescence.
  • Written scientific code for solving population balance models coupled with multiphase turbulent flow simulation
  • Developed and designed a Crossflow Filtration Hydrocyclone (CFFH) for oil-water separation
  • Investigated hydrodynamics, membrane fouling, and separation performance of a rotating tubular membrane used for two phase separation
  • Applied k-e, RSM and LES turbulent models, and Discrete Phase, Mixture theory, VOF, Full-Eulerian and Level set multiphase models for the numerical simulations
  • Developed an area tensor closure model for calculating morphology of drop deformation
New Mexico State University - Teaching Assistant
Las Cruces, NM, 07/2011 - 11/2012
  • Instructed Heat and Mass Transfer, Control Engineering, and Mechatronics System Design
  • Guided and evaluated course projects for more than 70 undergraduate students
University Of Texas At Austin - Assistant Professor
Austin, TX, 04/2010 - 11/2010
  • Instructed Fluid mechanics, Heat transfer, Mechanics of machinery, and Mechanical drawing
  • Advised, trained, supervised, and evaluated undergraduate students
  • Organized International conference, student project show, and industrial exhibition
  • Co-PI for design and testing of process and equipment for governmental and industrial projects.
Familylinks - Lecturer
Highland Park, PA, 10/2007 - 04/2010
  • Instructed Thermodynamics, Fluid mechanics, Instrumentation and Measurement, Heat transfer, and Mechanical drawing
  • Advised and evaluated undergraduate students
  • Prepared class routine, exam schedule, and managed laboratories
Navana Limited - Assistant Manager
City, STATE, 01/2007 - 10/2007

Navana Limited, the largest automobile industry in Bangladesh affiliated with Hino and Toyota motors.

  • Managed and trained more than 30 technicians and workers
  • Inspected automobile assembly and pre delivery checking
  • Developed diagnostic system for high pressure flow lines

Member, Graduate Study Committee, Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2012-2014

Treasurer, Association of Bangladeshi Students and Scholars, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI, 2013-current

Advisor, undergraduate study, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Bangladesh, 2008-2010

Member, Research, Testing and Consultancy division, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, 2009-2010

Member, Institute of Engineers, Bangladesh

  • Outstanding Research Award – Michigan State University, 2012
  • Dean’s List – Bangladesh University of Eng. & Tech., 2004-2006
  • University Merit List – Bangladesh University of Eng. & Tech., 2002-2006
  • Published over 10 peer reviewed papers.
  • Presented over 10 papers at professional society conferences.
  • Computational fluid dynamics, Numerical simulation, Turbulent modeling, Multiphase flows, Mathematical modeling, Conceptual design, Mechanical drawing, 2 & 3 phases separation, Equipment and System design, Optimization, Research, scientific programming, Technology development, Troubleshooting, Technical writing
  • Ansys Fluent, ICEM, CFD Post, TecPlot, Auto CAD, NX, Matlab, Mathematica, C++, Visual Basic Application, MS Office
Additional Information
  • Age: 31 Status: Married Citizenship: Bangladeshi (Authorized to work in USA) Jessica Claire is a PhD candidate in Mechanical Engineering

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