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  • 205 Weiland Woods Ln, Rochester, NY 14626 (585) 529-9852
  • Dansville, NY
  • Cleveland, OH
  • Oberlin, OH
  • 205 Weiland Woods Ln, Rochester, NY 14626

Work

Company: Delphi Jun 1991 to Sep 2013 Position: Senior project engineer

Education

Degree: Master of Science School / High School: Rochester Institute of Technology 1994 to 1997 Specialities: Mechanical Engineering

Skills

Product Development • Product Design • Valve Train • GD&T • DFMEA • Unigraphics • Product Testing • Project Management

Emails

h***f@yahoo.com

Industries

Automotive

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Senior Project Engineer At Delphi

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Position:
Senior Project Engineer at Delphi
Location:
Rochester, New York Area
Industry:
Automotive
Work:
Delphi since Jun 1991
Senior Project Engineer
Education:
Rochester Institute of Technology 1994 - 1997
Master of Science, Mechanical Engineering
Case Western Reserve University 1986 - 1991
Bachelor of Science, Fluid and Thermal Sciences Engineering
Skills:
Product Development
Product Design
Valve Train
GD&T
DFMEA
Unigraphics
Product Testing
Project Management

Publications

Us Patents

Roller Bearing And Z-Stop For A Two-Step Roller Finger Follower

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US Patent:
2008007, Mar 27, 2008
Filed:
Sep 25, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/904010
Inventors:
Cynthia A Tawaf - Rochester NY,
Andrew J. Lipinski - Wiesbaden,
William D. Bauman - Dorr MI,
Carl R. Kangas - Sand Lake MI,
Albert C. Stone - Grandville MI,
Eric G. Wilusz - Rush NY,
Hermes Fernandez - Pittsford NY,
Nick J. Hendriksma - Grand Rapids MI,
International Classification:
F01L 1/34
US Classification:
123 9016
Abstract:
A two-step roller finger follower having a high-lift follower portion that pivots on a pivot shaft disposed on a low-lift follower portion, and having a lost-motion spring disposed between the high-lift follower and the low-lift follower to bias the high-lift follower toward the high lift cam lobe. Various bearing cups and roller shaft sleeve embodiments are shown, all of which allow for improved shaft and needle bearing arrangements. A z-stop formed by the bearing cups and/or the shaft sleeve limits the range of travel of the high-lift follower with respect to the low-lift follower. Various z-stop embodiments are provided including a non-contacting roller shaft sleeve that grounds the high-lift follower to the low-lift follower independent of the roller shaft.
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