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Aaron Schwartzbart Phones & Addresses

  • 13691 Gavina Ave #524, Sylmar, CA 91342
  • 10951 Oklahoma Ave, Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818) 998-5414
  • 21744 Septo St, Chatsworth, CA 91311
  • 20135 Keswick St, Winnetka, CA 91306
  • 20253 Keswick St #225, Winnetka, CA 91306
  • 8125 Hatillo Ave, Winnetka, CA 91306
  • 7007 Cozycroft Ave, Winnetka, CA 91306
  • Canoga Park, CA
  • 5374 Birchcroft St, Simi Valley, CA 93063

Work

Company: Motorgospel ministries 2001 to 2013 Position: President

Education

Degree: MA School / High School: Talbot Seminary 2006 Specialities: Theology

Skills

Microsoft Office • Strategic Planning • Public Speaking • Team Building • Social Media • Leadership Development • Teaching • Microsoft Excel • Editing • Community Outreach • Event Planning • Systems Engineering • Aerospace • Program Management • Analysis • Engineering • Project Management • Engineering Management • Earned Value Management • Manufacturing Engineering • Six Sigma • Root Cause Analysis • Simulations • Continuous Improvement • Project Planning • GD&T • Testing • Manufacturing • Process Improvement • Process Engineering • Value Stream Mapping • Integration • Cross-functional Team Leadership • Lean Manufacturing • Proposal Writing • Product Development • Technical Writing • Composites • Process Simulation • DMAIC • SPC • Design for Manufacturing • Pro Engineer

Awards

2011 tta socal championship - National auto sport association • 2012 tta socal championship - National auto sport association

Emails

a***t@hotmail.com

Industries

Religious Institutions

Resumes

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President At Motorgospel Ministries

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Position:
President at MOTORGOSPEL Ministries
Location:
Greater Los Angeles Area
Industry:
Religious Institutions
Work:
MOTORGOSPEL Ministries since 2001
President

Pratt Whitney Rocketdyne 1985 - 2013
Engineer-Scientist

Rockwell Science Center 1995 - 1997
Senior Research Scientist
Education:
Talbot Seminary 2006
MA, Theology
UCLA 1985
BS, Physics
Skills:
Microsoft Office
Strategic Planning
Public Speaking
Team Building
Social Media
Leadership Development
Teaching
Microsoft Excel
Editing
Community Outreach
Event Planning
Systems Engineering
Aerospace
Program Management
Analysis
Engineering
Project Management
Engineering Management
Earned Value Management
Manufacturing Engineering
Six Sigma
Root Cause Analysis
Simulations
Continuous Improvement
Project Planning
GD&T
Testing
Manufacturing
Process Improvement
Process Engineering
Value Stream Mapping
Integration
Cross-functional Team Leadership
Lean Manufacturing
Proposal Writing
Product Development
Technical Writing
Composites
Process Simulation
DMAIC
SPC
Design for Manufacturing
Pro Engineer
Awards:
2011 TTA SoCal Championship
National Auto Sport Association
The MOTORGOSPEL Ministries team led by Crew Chief Virgil Hemrick put Aaron and the LS1-powered Fastest Pulpit in the West on the National Auto Sport Association championship podium in TTA for the Southern California region.
2012 TTA SoCal Championship
National Auto Sport Association
Virgil and the boys did it again in 2012 putting Aaron and the LS1 powered 914 on the NASA SoCal TTA championship podium.

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Aaron Schwartzbart
President
Motorgospel Ministries, Inc
13691 Gavina Ave, Sylmar, CA 91342

Publications

Us Patents

Electrical Interconnection Having Magnetic Conductive Elements

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US Patent:
7402045, Jul 22, 2008
Filed:
Sep 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/523854
Inventors:
Aaron Schwartzbart - Winnetka CA,
Dale O. Cipra - Chatsworth CA,
Assignee:
United Technologies Corporation - Hartford CT
International Classification:
H01R 11/30
US Classification:
439 38, 439 39
Abstract:
An electrical interconnection comprises a first magnetic conductor and a second magnetic conductor. The second magnetic conductor is magnetically attracted to the first magnetic conductor to establish an electrical conductive path between the first and second magnetic conductors.

Hybrid Inductive Sensor

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US Patent:
2005008, Apr 21, 2005
Filed:
Oct 16, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/688285
Inventors:
Aaron Schwartzbart - Winnetka CA,
International Classification:
G01B007/30
G01P003/48
US Classification:
324207170, 324174000
Abstract:
A hybrid speed and or proximity sensor may include a variable reluctance sensor with an added excitation circuit. Similarly, a hybrid speed and or proximity sensor may include a variable inductance proximity sensor having a magnet and a magnetically permeable pole piece added in the sensor. It is emphasized that this abstract is provided to comply with the rules requiring an abstract, which will allow a searcher or other reader to quickly ascertain the subject matter of the technical disclosure. It is submitted with the understanding that it will not be used to interpret or limit the scope or meaning of the claims.

Multi-Parameter Shaft Analyzer (Mpsa)

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US Patent:
2006018, Aug 24, 2006
Filed:
Feb 24, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/066883
Inventors:
Ray Delcher - Oxnard CA,
Mohsen Khoshnevisan - Newburg Park CA,
Aaron Schwartzbart - Winnetka CA,
Ira Goldberg - Thousand Oaks CA,
International Classification:
G01L 3/10
US Classification:
073862325
Abstract:
Methods and apparatus are provided for measuring multiple operating parameters of a rotating shaft with a sensor. One embodiment of the apparatus comprises a sensor in close proximity to a matched pair of thumbnail depressions on the surface of a rotating shaft body. The thumbnail depressions enable the sensor to detect axial displacement and rotational speed of the shaft in addition to detecting radial displacement of the shaft body. Signal processing circuitry analyzes the sensor output data and computes separate values for the axial displacement, speed and radial displacement parameters. Additional filtering and signal processing techniques can be used to ascertain peak axial displacement, to reduce noise, and to compute other parameters, such as acceleration and power spectral density.

System And Method For Directional Vibration Measurement

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US Patent:
2007000, Jan 11, 2007
Filed:
Jul 11, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/179115
Inventors:
Aaron Schwartzbart - Winnetka CA,
Robert Nelson - Tujunga CA,
International Classification:
G01H 11/00
US Classification:
073649000
Abstract:
A directional vibration measurement system as described herein includes a magnetic element coupled to a vibrating component, at least two magnetic induction sensors configured to generate sensor signals in response to movement of the magnetic element, and a controller/processor coupled to the sensors for obtaining and processing the sensor signals. The sensors are positioned such that the direction of vibration can be resolved by analyzing and processing the sensor signals. In one example embodiment, the phase relationship between the sensor signals is analyzed to determine the extent of vibration in a first direction and the extent of vibration in a second direction. In another example embodiment, the directional vibration measurement system generates sum and difference signals based upon the sensor signals, and the sum and difference signals are analyzed to determine the extent of vibration in a first direction and the extent of vibration in a second direction.
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