Field Engineer

Name : Brook Gehle
Industry Type : Engineers
City & State : Elk City,OK
Job Title Field Engineer
Relocation Preferences : Houston or Dallas, Texas
Objective : I am looking for:
-Hands on
-A company in which I can thrive as my knowledge increases
-One where I can exhibit leadership

In my current position I have:

Completed 40-hour on-line Well Control School as well as multiple safety courses regarding working around equipment.
Snubbing- Analyzed compressive and tensile forces and the stresses created in the use of production tubing in low and high pressure wells using stress analysis programs that utilize Mohrs circle. Snub forces, buckling loads, parting loads, torque loads, pressure differentials, frictional forces, depth, annular velocities, unsupported lengths, capacities, and percentage yields were all calculated on daily basis. Also acquired a full hands-on training of how the equipment works and is maintained.
Completed two design projects and fully documented the developed products that met overhead lifting design constraints. Each consisted of design purpose, design specifications, component selection, piece/part drawings, designating welding procedures, weld calculations, multiple stress analysis, finished product testing, and conclusions.
Coiled Tubing- Input string designs, fluid parameters, well schematics, and well conditions into Cerberus to determine capabilities of particular strings in various well conditions. These calculations consisted of snub forces, buckling loads, parting loads, torque loads, pressure differentials, frictional forces, depth, annular velocities, unsupported lengths, capacities, set down forces, and percentage yields. Also acquired a full hands-on training of how the equipment works and is maintained.
Special projects included wiring computer equipment to thermocouple sensors, pressure transducers, and flow meters followed by full testing of the circuitry using a multi-meter, as well as developing Excel based programs that utilize macros to calculate parameters for various situations.
Resume :  
BROOK GEHLE
103 Mitchell St. Elk City, Oklahoma 73644 (580) 821-1846 BrookGehle[at]gmail.com
OBJECTIVE
Seeking an entry-level engineering position that will lead to a challenging and rewarding career.
EDUCATION
The University of Texas at Tyler Tyler, Texas
Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering May 10th, 2008
Mechanical Engineering Courses: Mechanical Engineering I/II, Materials Science, Mechanical Engineering Laboratory I/II, Introduction to Manufacturing, Thermodynamics I/II, Dynamics of Machinery, Mechanics of Materials, Mechanical Systems Design, Fluid Mechanics, Heat Transfer, Senior Design I/II, Electro-Mechanical Systems Design, Thermal/Fluids Systems Design, and Numerical Methods in Engineering
SELECTED PROJECTS
Dynamics of Machinery Studied an analysis of the kinematics and forces in mechanical mechanisms and assemblies.
Mechanical Systems Design Studied the characterization, design, selection, and integration of mechanical systems and components including shafts, bearings, seals, gears, springs, mechanical fasteners, and linkages. Designed sway-bar links for the front suspension of a Jeep Wrangler.
Senior Design I/II Selected a suitable project, analyzed the design problem, devised the planning required to reach the desired goal, and prepared a project preliminary design document. Considered a variety of realistic constraints, such as manufacturability and sustainability; economic factors; and environmental, safety, and reliability issues. Designed, analyzed, and performed finite element analysis on a set of linkages and mounting system as well as calculated spring rates, anti-squat, and impact forces on the rear suspension of a Jeep Wrangler.
Electro-Mechanical Systems Design Studied the characterization, selection, and integration of electro-mechanical systems and components including AC and DC motors, generators, servo-motors, stepper motors, controllers, solenoids, hydraulic and pneumatic actuators. Designed a gravity oven controller that maintained a temperature profile by controlling the power source and opening and closing the damper.
EXPERIENCE
Johns Welding Tyler, Texas
Fabricator April 2007 July 2008
Tack-weld fitted parts together; verify conformance of work pieces to specifications, using squares, rulers, and measuring tapes; position or tighten braces, jacks, clamps, and/or bolt straps, or bolt parts in position for welding; align/fit parts according to specifications, using jacks, wedges, drift pins, pry bars, and hammers; study engineering drawings and blueprints to determine materials requirements and task sequences; position, align, fit, and weld parts to form complete units or subunits, following blueprints and layout specifications, and using jigs, welding torches, and hand tools; Set up and operate fabricating machines such as welders, acetylene torches, plasma torches, grinders, and drill presses, tubing benders to create metal components.
Air Rover, Inc. Tyler, Texas
Engineering Intern June 2007 August 2007
Acquired efficient fabrication/inventory/production techniques as well as solid modeling in Solid Edge.
Introduced to CNC punch machining, computerized breaks and stress relief designing.
CUDD Energy ServicesElk City, Oklahoma
Field EngineerAugust 2008-Present
Completed 40-hour on-line Well Control School as well as multiple safety courses regarding working around equipment.
Snubbing- Analyzed compressive and tensile forces and the stresses created in the use of production tubing in low and high pressure wells using stress analysis programs that utilize Mohrs circle. Snub forces, buckling loads, parting loads, torque loads, pressure differentials, frictional forces, depth, annular velocities, unsupported lengths, capacities, and percentage yields were all calculated on daily basis. Also acquired a full hands-on training of how the equipment works and is maintained.
Completed two design projects and fully documented the developed products that met overhead lifting design constraints. Each consisted of design purpose, design specifications, component selection, piece/part drawings, designating welding procedures, weld calculations, multiple stress analysis, finished product testing, and conclusions.
Coiled Tubing- Input string designs, fluid parameters, well schematics, and well conditions into Cerberus to determine capabilities of particular strings in various well conditions. These calculations consisted of snub forces, buckling loads, parting loads, torque loads, pressure differentials, frictional forces, depth, annular velocities, unsupported lengths, capacities, set down forces, and percentage yields. Also acquired a full hands-on training of how the equipment works and is maintained.
Special projects included wiring computer equipment to thermocouple sensors, pressure transducers, and flow meters followed by full testing of the circuitry using a multi-meter, as well as developing Excel based programs that utilize macros to calculate parameters for various situations.
PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENTS
Designed and fabricated bumpers, mounts, rockers guards, roll cage, suspension links, and tube fenders for a 2001 Jeep Wrangler.
Designed and fabricated a solid axle conversion utilizing a three-link suspension, coil mounts on the frame, cross-member for frame mounts, all axle mounts and perches, and steering linkages for a 2001 Chevrolet Z71 1500 and a 1999 Isuzu Trooper.

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