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Mechanical engineering

Location:
Columbus, Ohio, United States
Posted:
May 19, 2017
Email:
ac0d7n@r.postjobfree.com

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Yuhao Chen

**** *.********* ******, *** Arbor, MI 48105• ac0d7n@r.postjobfree.com • 517.***.****

Summary of Qualifications

Self-motivated highly productive developmental mechanical engineer with years of experience in CAD, CFD and FEA using multiple commercial codes proficiently. Have deep insight of FEM and strong ability of computational modeling.

Education

The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH GPA: 3.63/4.0

Master of Science (Thesis Option), Mechanical Engineering May 2017

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI GPA: 3.72/4.0 (Honors)

Bachelor of Science, Mechanical Engineering May 2015

Educational and Professional Development Experience

Automated Computational Mechanics Laboratory, Ohio State University February 2016-May 2017

Graduate Research Assistant

Conduct and collaborate with academic partners in high strength material pitting corrosion moving boundary advanced FEA simulation project. Manage the project to ensure it is completed on time

Simulate and analyze different material’s temperature distribution under heat treatment for both steady and transient state

Simulate and analyze complex morphologies pitting corrosion for high strength material in both diffusion-controlled and activation-controlled conditions

Model and simulate electropolishing process for decreasing high strength material surface roughness. Self-paced develop electrochemical machining process simulations

Programme in house FE code preprocessor, steady and unsteady problem solver, recursive mesh generation technique for FEM moving boundary problem

Aeronautical Engine Corporation of China (AECC) July 2013-August 2013

Engineering-International Business Intern

Contributed in GE Aviation Long Term Agreement (LTA) trade negotiation with a minimum $50 million bidding price. Interacted with multiple departments and accommodated them with important sourcing information

Worked closely with GEAE project manager and engineers to negotiate parts quote. Organized own initiatives sourcing information for engineers and managers. Saved time for engineers and project leaders to make decisions

Translated important market analysis report documents from English into Chinese. Served the documents directly to vice General Manager for making company operation strategy for following years

Communicated with either GEAE on-site or remote representatives in order to solve technical and purchase problems. Avoided critical delay delivery of company products

Pratt & Whitney May 2012-June 2012

Manufacturing Engineering Intern

Assisted in establishing lean manufacturing process for producing ring-shape honeycomb lock and jet engine case

Optimized engine case part manufacturing lathe process with multiple times short distance lathe processes, the part’s internal stress could be released uniformly and avoided unnecessary part deformation during machining

Optimized the engine case’s hole manufacturing process by the order of milling, reaming, boring to increase hole’s precision and decrease hole’s roughness

Verified the data recorded by 3D coordinate measuring machine and reported discrepancies to manufacturing engineer to optimize manufacturing process

Shadowed project engineers on production plan, cutting tool and tooling selection. Used AutoCAD to draw jet engine case 2D view. Studied numerical control machine code and gained knowledge of the cutting tool motion in numerical control machines. Took part in daily production plan meeting and debriefed meeting results to management.

Publication

S. Soghrati, Y. Chen, W. Mai "Conforming to interface structured adaptive mesh refinement modeling of moving boundary diffusion problems." INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL FOR NUMERICAL METHODS IN ENGINEERING (Submitted)

Skills

Software: AutoCAD, SIEMENS NX, ANSYS (APDL, Workbench, Fluent, CFD-Post), SOLIDWORKS, ABAQUS, ICEM CFD, MATLAB, CATIA V5, Paraview, HyperWorks, Chinese

Activities/Honors/Awards

North American Society of Chinese Automotive Engineers long term event volunteer January 2017-Present

The Don Scott Trot 5K on the runway volunteer September 17 2016

AAAE Ohio State University Chapter membership September 2016-Present Michigan State University College of Engineering Honor graduates May 2015

Michigan State University College of Engineering Mechanical Vibration course grader Fall 2014 2014 17th National Congress Theoretical and Applied Mechanics volunteer June 16-20 2014

Dean’s list (Spring 2015, Fall 2014, US2014, Spring 2014, US 2013, Spring 2013, Fall 2012, Spring 2012)

Michigan State University Chemistry 141 Student Award 3rd Place among 1500 students Fall 2011

Courseworks taken:

Applied Finite Element Method, Continuum Mechanics, Mechanics of Material, Heat Transfer, Fluid Mechanics, Dynamics, Mechanical Vibration, Mechanical Design, Thermodynamics, Material Science, Introduction of Composite Material, Finite Element Method, Intermediate Numerical Method, Fracture Mechanics, Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics

CAD design, FEA and numerical method implementation project

Redesign center pillar body inner stiff and garnish surface (sponsored by Honda R&D USA) Fall 2016

Used CATIA V5 to modify TLX center pillar body inner stiff and garnish surface to satisfy with US government automotive interior regulation, analyze driver’s visibility after redesign

FEM programing project Fall 2016

Used Matlab to programme FEM 1D, 2D, 3D for different engineering science problems

Auto vehicle windshield wiper blade structure finite element analysis (sponsored by OSU) Fall 2015

Used ANSYS and ABAQUS to analyze the stress field of the windshield wiper blade under operation condition. Selected the best material and optimal design by comparing different result

Sheet metal forming process structure FE analysis (sponsored by OSU) Fall 2015

Used ANSYS and ABAQUS to analyze the structure deformation of horizontal sheet metal during designed forming process. Designed tooling geometry and forming process. Modified and validated the simulation by comparing with experimental results

Cello structure finite element analysis and modal analysis (sponsored by OSU) Fall 2015

Used ANSYS and ABAQUS to analyze the cello structure stress distribution and modal analysis. Selected the best material common used in cello manufacturing industry

Redesign gas station fuel dispenser display subassembly (sponsored by Gilbarco Veeder-Root) Spring 2015

The MSU team developed a sheet metal forming process with designed tooling as a desired shape bracket in every unit, enabling assembly time to be reduced and material cost decreased

Design and manufacture of horizontal motion conveyer (sponsored by US Steel) Fall 2014

Designed motion drive mechanism, pan geometry, supports structure and associated hardware in SolidWorks and made sure all metallic structure components have to infinite fatigue life. Used drill, mill, bore and saw machines to manufacture necessary parts. Made sure the system was assembled and disassembled easily.

Fishing rod spinning reel SIEMENS NX assembly project (sponsored by MSU) Fall 2012

Used SIEMENS NX to generate 3D fishing rod spinning reel geometries and simulated the assembly parts motion



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