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  • 38627 Misty Meadow Trl, North Ridgeville, OH 44039 (440) 327-5623
  • 1339 Kent Dr, Brunswick, OH 44212 (330) 220-2645 (330) 225-1933
  • Cleveland, OH

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Company: Bendix commercial vehicle systems llc Position: Electrical engineer

Education

Degree: Bachelor of Science School / High School: Case Western Reserve University 2002 to 2006 Specialities: Electrical Engineering

Industries

Transportation/Trucking/Railroad

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Electrical Engineer At Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems Llc

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Position:
Electrical Engineer at Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC
Location:
Cleveland/Akron, Ohio Area
Industry:
Transportation/Trucking/Railroad
Work:
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC
Electrical Engineer
Education:
Case Western Reserve University 2002 - 2006
Bachelor of Science, Electrical Engineering

Publications

Us Patents

System And Method For Monitoring Tire Status

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US Patent:
8606461, Dec 10, 2013
Filed:
Dec 9, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/316047
Inventors:
Shawn D. Lammers - Delta,
Robert Patterson - Burnaby,
Timothy J. Frashure - Columbia Station OH,
Thomas Weed - North Ridgeville OH,
Daniel P. Zula - North Ridgeville OH,
Assignee:
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC - Elyria OH
International Classification:
G06F 7/00
US Classification:
701 36, 701 1, 701 42, 340 567, 340442
Abstract:
A vehicle electronic control unit includes a power input port, which receives electric power from a vehicle battery, and a power output port, which provides electric power to a vehicle electronic device including an antenna. The electronic device receives data transmissions from a vehicle sensor. The power output port provides substantially uninterrupted electric power from the vehicle battery to the vehicle electronic device. A communication port is electrically connected to a vehicle communication bus. The communication port receives data transmissions from the vehicle electronic device via the communication port. An electronic component, electrically connected to the communication port, is initially in a first state when a vehicle ignition is off. The electronic component, while in a second state and while the vehicle ignition is off, receives additional data transmissions from the vehicle electronic device indicating statuses of respective vehicle sensors.

Component Orientation Element

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US Patent:
2012006, Mar 15, 2012
Filed:
Sep 14, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/881826
Inventors:
Craig S. Haehn - Lorain OH,
Christopher J. Polmear - Southfield MI,
Timothy J. Frashure - Columbia Station OH,
Daniel P. Zula - North Ridgeville OH,
International Classification:
F16F 15/00
B23P 11/00
F16M 13/02
US Classification:
248636, 2482248, 29428
Abstract:
A component to be mounted on a vehicle includes a housing, a pair of component mounting passages, defined in the housing, aligning with a pair of respective vehicle mounting passages when the component is any of a plurality of orientations with respect to the vehicle, and a component orientation element, on the housing. The component orientation element cooperates with a vehicle orientation element only when the component is in one of the plurality of orientations with respect to the vehicle. A hub on the component orientation element acts to tune the component orientation element for attenuating vibration received by the component orientation element from the vehicle.

System And Method For Controlling An Electro-Pneumatic Device

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US Patent:
2012029, Nov 29, 2012
Filed:
May 26, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/116120
Inventors:
Daniel P. Zula - North Ridgeville OH,
Assignee:
BENDIX COMMERCIAL VEHICLE SYSTEMS LLC - Elyria OH
International Classification:
F16K 31/02
US Classification:
25112901
Abstract:
An electro-pneumatic device includes a sensor portion and a valve portion. The sensor portion, which includes a sensor, receives and transmits electronic control signals of a plurality of frequencies. The sensor portion is powered by a first of the frequencies of the received control signals. The valve portion electrically communicates with the sensor. The valve portion includes a valve that is alternately set to an open state and a closed state based on a second of the plurality of frequencies of the received control signals. The sensor senses a delivery pressure of the valve and transmits electronic data signals representing the delivery pressure at a third of the plurality of frequencies.

Secondary Parking Apparatus For A Heavy Vehicle

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US Patent:
2014004, Feb 13, 2014
Filed:
Aug 7, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/568544
Inventors:
Daniel P. Zula - North Ridgeville OH,
David J. Taneyhill - Elyria OH,
Assignee:
Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC - Elyria OH
International Classification:
B60T 13/58
B60T 13/38
US Classification:
188106 P, 701 70
Abstract:
A secondary parking apparatus is provided for a vehicle having components of a parking brake system, components of an anti-lock brake system (ABS). and a manually-operable device. The secondary parking apparatus comprises an electronic controller arranged to (i) monitor the manually-operable device to detect an operator intent signal to apply parking brakes of the parking brake system, (ii) receive a combination of one or more signals indicative of a fault condition of the vehicle, and (iii) provide one or more control signals to be applied to components of the ABS to selectively exhaust air pressure from components of the ABS to atmosphere so that parking brakes of the parking brake system are applied to park the vehicle when both the operator intent signal and the combination of one or more signals indicative of a fault condition of the vehicle are detected.
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