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LYN L. LONGLEY
Obtain team oriented engineering position with opportunities
for travel, meaningful work, and responsibility.
Project: A Parametric Model for Precision Pouring of Superalloys.
Polytechnic State University
GPA: 3.2; BS Mechanical Engineering
Luis Obispo, CA
Senior Design Project: Head Force Measuring Device for IBM Head
Stack Assembly Engineering Group
Technical Electives: Turbomachinery, Advanced Thermodynamics,
Combustion Engine Design, Computer System Administration, and
Small Group Communication.
semester travel abroad in Taiwan, Hong Kong and P.R. of China
with SBCC's Three Faces of China program.
Barbara City College
2000 - June 2001
Mechanical Engineering Department, Advanced Technology Division.
Mechanical Engineering and Design work for the Microelectronics,
Telecom Industries. Tasks included heat load calculations using
Carrier Hourly Analysis Program (HAP) v. 4.0; HVAC design for
office space, manufacturing areas, datacenters, and clean rooms;
sizing and selection of mechanical equipment; duct pressure
drop calculations for ductwork and piping; code review; and
creation of mechanical specifications. Lead mechanical engineer
for data center, clean room, and natural gas line projects.
All projects required excellent communication skills, interdiscipline
coordination, attention to detail, management of designers and
resources, and project budgeting
2000 - June 2001
Mechanical Engineering Department. Author reports and perform
calculations for the power industry. Calculate cooling load
with Excel Spreadsheet using CLTD method. Gather information
on equipment, materials, and procedures for three Bay Area fossil
power plants and input data into Microsoft Access database.
Troubleshoot and modify database for better report output. Project
coordination - answer client's questions, coordinate calculation
authorship and review, track calculation outputs, maintain references,
and update reference database.
Advanced Fabrications Department. Produced and cast proprietary
prototype investment molds. Developed and documented of processes
for pattern making, investing and casting molds. Assisted in
planning through production phases of project using Microsoft
Project. Solar Turbines, Inc.
Small Engines Department: Test instrumentation, created large
Excel spreadsheet to analyze rotor dynamics; Combustion Engineering
Department: Conducted fuel concentration profiling and velocity
profiling (by hot wire anemometry) of seven different SoLoNOx
fuel injectors. Designed test fixture for velocity profiling
of SoLoNOx injectors.
Microsoft Office (Microsoft Word, Excel, Project, Access); Internet
(HTML, FTP); Graphics (NIH Image, ANSYS, AutoCad14); Operating
systems (Unix, DOS, Microsoft Windows (NT, 98 & 3.1)); Carrier
Heat Load Analysis v. 4.0
Ongoing frame-up restoration of 1955 1st series Chevy Truck.
Restoration of 1972 MG Midget. Ten years of playing 'cello.
Hobbies include running, fly-fishing, and reading. Passions
include snowboarding, ballroom dancing and gardening.