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E RIN B ABIK M ORTON , PA 19070 412-310-8397 • Murcko18@gmail.comwww.linkedin.com/in/erinbabik L UBRICATION , RELIABILITY &M ATERIALS SCIENCE E NGINEER MANAGEMENT AND EXECUTION OF TECHNICAL PROJECTS P ROBLEM SOLVING CORRECTIVE ACTIONS Highly skilled material science engineer with 10 years of distinguished civil service with the U.S. Navy. Established record of success supporting sponsors to achieve desired goals on time and on budget. Professional experience includes: Active DoD Security Clearance Oil Analysis & General Lubricant Chemistry In-Service Engineering (ISE) Oil Analysis/Chemical/Metallurgical Laboratory Specifications and Standards Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM) Naval Lubricants Lubrication Sensors Failure Analysis Naval Vessel Lubrication & Hydraulic Systems General Tribology Naval Filters & Filtration Systems General Metallurgy Navy Oil Analysis Program (NOAP) Seals & Non-metallic Materials DoD Material Stock System Logistics Bio-Based Lubricants SUBSAFE (Submarine Safe) Program P ROFESSIONAL E XPERIENCE Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock Division, Ship Systems 2003 – Present Engineering Station (NSWCCD-SSES), Philadelphia, PA SUBMARINE LUBRICANTS HULL, MECHANICAL, & ELECTRICAL (HM&E) 2010 – Present ENGINEERING MANAGER Actively participates with sponsors, by providing program reviews on tasking accomplished and funding spent, Prepares, updates and manage technical project schedules, control costs, make substantiated decisions to defend these decisions Independently develops test plans, statements of work, work instructions, reports, presentations, proposals Interacts with clients to ensure a clear and common understanding of project objectives Independently identifies potential opportunities for technical and personnel improvement Identifies and defines obstacles to specific project objectives and develops innovative solutions Maintains laboratory facilities and acts independently to correct problems Directs and delegates technical work and provides technical oversight of ISE petrofluid work Provides guidance to junior engineers and lab technicians Oversight of approx. $350K/yr Acting NAVSEA Technical Warrant Holder (TWH), when required NOAP Program Management Oversight Fuels and Lubricants Cross Functional Team (CFT) member Participates in the ABCANZ (America, Britian, Canada, Australia, New Zealand) Lubricants Conference LUBRICATION and RELIABILITY ENGINEER 2005 – Present Life Cycle Management (LCM) Engineering Develop, manage, and maintain lubricant product Military Specifications (MILSPEC), Product Qualification, NATO Specification and Standardization Agreement (STANAG) Updates Maintain applicable vessel technical documentation, such as the Naval Ships Tech Manual (NSTM) 262 for Naval Lubricating Fluids and Greases, update and maintain fleet maintenance requirement cards (MRCs) for taking oil samples and associated oil analysis requirements, and Ship Specification Design Review for new ship design (e.g. SS(X)N) Provide NOAP Laboratory technical oversight by providing machinery oil analysis requirements, oil analysis test methods and equipment requirements, address incorrect/suspect results with the laboratory, etc Investige the use of bio-based lubricants as a replace mineral MILSPEC lubricants as a result of a Presidential mandate. Provide logistics and procurement support for MILSPEC and commerical lubrication products Manage, investigate, and support RDT&E projects, such as Diver’s Safe Grease Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Project, Synthetic MILSPEC Oil Replacement for Mineral MIL-PRF-17331 (2190 TEP) Turbine, Gear, and Hydraulic Oil SBIR Project (total ownership cost savings), and various other SBIR Projects (i.e. in-line oil analysis sensors, filter buggies, etc) Submarine and Surface Ship Lubricants ISE Consistently and successfully resolves emergent, short-term, and long-term in-service technical problems. Provides NAVSEA, shipyards, and direct submarine fleet ISE support by conducting analyses of samples, interpret test results, answering questions, providing technical guidance, test reports, and corrective actions for lubrication, laboratory related concerns, and rotating machinery and hydraulic system problems. Answer an avarage of 125+ email and phone correspondances monthly. o Investigate failure of Main Reduction Gear (MRG) overspeed trip to operate when required (Safety of Ship, equipment reliability) o Sticking Hydraulic Valves (Safety of Ship/SUBSAFE) o Monoethanol Amine (MEA) contamination of External Hydraulic System (Equipment reliability, ship schedule and maintenance schedule, and funding impact) o Resolution of incorrect diesel engine fuel dilution result that resulted in a submarine coming off a deployment and not completing the mission. (Ship schedule) o MRG Explosion (Safety of ship, ship and maintenance schedule, and funding impact) o Dark MIL-PRF-17331 (2190 TEP) Turbine Oil (ship and maintenance schedule, and funding impact) o Various Controllable Pitch Propellor (CPP) problems that include pilot filter clogging, approve the use of leak dection dye, low flashpoint oil, and debris identification o Identification of significant wear to Babbitted bearings in a High Pressure Air Compressor (HPAC) o General debris identification (e.g. rag debris in hyraulic pump, etc.) and routine oil analyses Independently searches for and utilizes all available and necessary resources, such as machinery engineers, to thoroughly identify root cause analysis and provide all applicable recommendations beyond lubrication technology. Works with project teams as the key technical expert for oil, oil analysis, and lubrication. Re-establishment and implementation of the In-Service Lube Oil Quality Management (LOQM) Program by SURFLANT (Equipment reliability, maintenance schedule, and funding impact) MATERIALS ENGINEER 2005 – Present Failure Analyses of Non-Metallic Seals o Retractable Bow Plane (RBP) and External Hydraulic Plant Pump Seal Failures (Emergent dry-docking, maintenance schedule, and funding impact) o Non-Metallic Seal Incompatibility With System Fluid resulting in $20M repair per hull and delay to availability maintenance schedule Hydraulic Valve Seat Material Qualification Testing METALLURGIST 2003 – 2006 Failure Analysis of Metallic Ship System Components and SUBSAFE Metallic Material Verification o Recovery Assist, Securing and Traversing (RAST) System Track Life Extension saved approx. $1M/yr/ship in maintenance funds o Ticonderoga Cruiser (CG 47) Class and LCAC (Landing Craft Air Cushion) Cracked 5000 Series Aluminum Alloy Superstructure (quality of life, maintenance schedule, and funding impact) SUBSAFE AUDITOR 2004 – 2006 Certified Auditor for “Structures” Auditor for “Testing” E DUCATION UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH • Pittsburgh, PA BSE in Materials Science & Engineering, 2003 P UBLICATIONS & P RESENTATIONS Sweating the Small Stuff – Sticking Manual Valves Can Threaten SUBSAFE Systems in SEAFRAME, 2008, Vol. 4, Issue 3 Sticking Valves in Submarine Hydraulic Systems presented at the 2008 HM&E conference Hydraulic System Software Failures presented at the 2006 Submarine HM&E conference An Investigation Into Cracking on Aluminum Superstructures with Kim N. Tran and William Goins SOCIETIES ASTM D02, Petroleum Products and Lubricants National Association of Professional Women C ERTIFICATIONS & A WARDS Defense Acquisition University (DAU) DAWIA Level II Certified, 03/09/04 Meritorious Unit Commendation from Chief of Naval Operations, 1 Oct 2008 – 31 Jan 2013 SUPPORT & I NTERACTIONS NAVSEA LCM, Submarine HM&E ISE, Surface Ship HM&E ISE, and Nuclear Propulsion Type Commandors (TYCOM) – SURFLANT, SUBLANT, SURFPAC, SUBPAC SUBMEPP (Submarine Maintenance) Hydraulic System Engineers SUPSHIP (Supervisor of Shipbuilding) Naval Shipyards (PNSY, NNSY, PSNSY, PHNSY) for NAVSEA Representatives Office (NSRO), Hydraulic System Engineering (Code 260), and Chemical/Oil Analysis Laboratory (Code 134) Private Shipyards (Electric Boat, Ingersoll Rand Newport News Shipbuilding (formerly Northrup Grumman)) Commercial Oil and Additive Manufacturers (i.e. Lubrizol, Chevron, Shell, etc) Commercial Oil Analysis Laboratories (i.e. Analysts Inc, Herguth, etc) Machinery and Hyraulic Component OEMs (i.e. Sargent Controls, Lockheed Martin, etc) DoD Agencies – NAVAIR, Air Force, Army, Coast Guard, and Marine Corps. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA)
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