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Mechanical Engineer

Lawrenceville, Georgia, United States
June 14, 2018

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Erick Stubblefield

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Mechanical Engineer seeking to work in a research/design and manufacturing based engineering fields. Strong focus but not limited to automotive engineering and a work history in project management, component design, and manufacturing. EDUCATION

Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA

Bachelors Degree of Science, Mechanical Engineering August 2013-May2017 GPA:3.12

Georgia Southern University

Masters of Science in Mechanical Engineering

Statesboro, GA

August 2016-Present


Eagle Motorsports FSAE Statesboro, GA

Suspension Design Lead August 2014-Present

Created Matlab program to mathematically model the tires in use for FSAE including forces experienced on the contact patch of the tire along with slip angle data, slip ratio, and camber variance.

Used Solidworks Simulation and Ansys to optimize part weight to achieve lighter designs while maintaining part stiffness and manufacturability.

Lead Role in manufacturing numerous components of EMS15, EMS16 and EMS17 race cars for drivetrain, suspension, brakes, and driver control systems. CNC CAM programing to manufacture complex designs with accuracy.

Used OptimumK and Adam’s Car to analyze and design the kinematics for suspension linkages. Roll rate data and Camber variance in roll and steering analyze to select Roll centers, caster, kingpin, ride height, and Anti properties of suspension.

Brakes design August 2014-Present

Conduction a comparison of various materials for a brake rotor design including mild steel, stainless, and cast iron to select a proper floating rotor design with an aluminum center piece.

Improved part weight using Ansys while maintaining braking reliability and performance. Powertrain Design October 2016-December

Matlab program for intake and exhaust valve opening timing for GSXR-600 4 stroke engine. Pressure drop values over valve time openings and overlaps could be analyzed to accurately improve flow of the intake. Team Captain August 2016-Present

Manage a team of 6 lead design engineers along with a 60 person race team organization.

Lead manufacturing process for 6 subsystems in a race vehicle (powertrain, drivetrain, frame, suspension, driver controls, and body)

Conduct weekly meetings on design updates, research, and manufacturing to stay on schedule throughout the season

Eagle Motorsports reached its highest placement in Lincoln FSAE 2017 season RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

Georgia Southern University Statesboro, GA


– Dr. Aniruddha Mitra

August 2015-Present

Co-authored Paper for the National Vibrations institute for Adams car simulations in 2015.

Incorporating tire data to achieve high accuracy Adams Car simulations.

– Dr. Ermias Koricho

Manufacture Carbon Fiber, Glass Fiber, and Kevlar test samples using vacuum infusion methods for material testing,

Installation and operation of testing equipment that include but not limited to: impact tester, tensile testing machine, optical transmission scanning.

Research areas include composite replacements for automotive applications and multi-material joining.

Worked with ABAQUS software for composite structural modelling and analysis on composite crash box and carbon/aluminum adhesive joints.


Eagle Motorsports – SAE Statesboro, GA

FSAE Suspension Captain/Team Captain

Society of Manufacturing Engineers.

Society of Automotive Engineers.

August 2016-Present


Certified Solidworks Associate- ID: C-QWKVNMAXFB OptimumG Vehicle Dynamics Seminar Certificate SKILLS

Technical: Software:

- CNC mill, CNC Lathe, manual mill, manual lathe, - AutoCAD, MATLAB, (Microsoft: Word, Excel, PowerPoint), band saws, MIG welding. Hand tools, Plasma Cutter, water jet HSM Works, Optimum Kinematics, Adams Car, Ansys, Solidworks,ABAQUS

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