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Engineering Mechanical

Indianapolis, Indiana, United States
March 02, 2018

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Justin Merriman

**** ********* **, ***********, ** 45068 937-***-**** OBJECTIVE: Self-motivated and hard-working engineering graduate looking to obtain an entry level mechanical engineering position.

EDUCATION: Master of Science in Renewable & Clean Energy May 2017 – December 2017 University of Dayton Dayton, OH

Cumulative GPA: 3.87

B.S. in Mechanical Engineering August 2012 - May 2017 University of Dayton Dayton, OH

Cumulative GPA: 3.33


• Able to learn new skills quickly and efficiently

• Has extensive experience in MATLAB, HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, SQL, Python, R

• Highly skilled in Autodesk Inventor 2018, Autocad 2016, and CFD 2018

• Proficient in Solidworks 2016

• Highly skilled in Microsoft Office Suite

• Proficient in Minitab

• Highly skilled in Adobe After Effects CC, Photoshop CC, Premiere Pro CC, Audition CC EXPERIENCE: Project Sponsored by Ohio Dept. of Transportation Dayton, OH Graduate Research Assistant July–November 2017

• Researched and compiled best practices for energy efficient maintenance buildings

• Conducted research for viability and energy savings by switching to radiant flooring set in microsilica concrete slab

• Helped perform energy informatics on ODOT maintenance buildings to determine energy intensity

• Researched best practices for health and safety in maintenance garages Project Sponsored by Emerson Climate Technologies Dayton, OH Graduate Research Assistant July-September 2017

• Conducted research on best practices of air curtain design

• Created 3D models of walk in freezer and air curtains using Inventor 2018

• Used Autodesk CFD 2018 to apply boundary conditions and air curtain settings to perform computational fluid dynamics simulations

• Performed a Taguchi design of experiments to find optimum parameters Parker Hannifin, Tube Fittings Division Lewisburg, OH Manufacturing Engineering Co-op Aug.-Dec. 2015, May-Aug. 2016, Jan.–May 2017

• Created models and prints for fittings in Inventor

• Developed iFeatures for faster Inventor model output

• Redesigned robot gripper fingers for easier change-out and stability

• Designed die-head tooling change-out system to avoid injury to operators

• Reverse engineered machine components to be re-made

• Redesigned rotary transfer spindle seals to implement high-pressure coolant

• Designed saddles to allow thru-coolant capabilities

• Performed Rockwell hardness capability studies on forgings

• Designed gripper system to remove axis of adjustment while implementing pre-set fingers

• In charge of keeping Autocad plant drawings up to date

• Designed poke-yoke for component presence using backpressure limits

• Designed CNC chucks to hold forgings

• Implemented load monitoring on CNCs to extend tool life and reduce wrecks Tenneco Automotive, XNOx Operations Kettering, OH

Manufacturing Quality Co-op August-December 2014

• Overhauled intranet website

• Implemented poke-yoke certification

• Completed capability studies

• Created standard works

• Performed material testing using Instron



• Probability and Statistics – ENM 500 (Fall 2017)

• Wind Energy Engineering – RCL 563 (Summer 2017)

• Special Project – RCL 595 (Summer 2017)

• Geothermal Energy Engineering – RCL 562 (Spring 2017)

• Building Energy Informatics – RCL 557 (Spring 2017)

• Solar Energy Engineering – RCL 561 (Fall 2016)

• Energy Systems Engineering – RCL 556 (Summer 2016)

• Advanced Thermodynamics – RCL 511 (Fall 2016)

• Energy Efficient Buildings – RCL 569 (Spring 2016)

• Internal Combustion Engines – RCL 568 (Fall 2015) REFERENCES: Available upon request.

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