Ben joined S-E-A in 2017 after spending over four years at a major automobile manufacturer, where he was lead calibrator for an entire vehicle line and developed an empirical control model from scratch for the throttled high-temperature water pump as well as a low-temperature water pump used for charge air cooling on a forced-induction engine.
Ben was the leader of an internal Center of Excellence group for the thermal systems of a new engine program.
The COE provided expertise to the rest of the company on anything relating to the Thermal systems. He also worked for the FAA in their facilities engineering department. Ben earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Georgia Institute of Technology.
In his current role at S-E-A, Ben works as a project engineer, focusing on vehicle accident reconstruction involving passenger vehicles, light, and heavy commercial vehicles, motorcycles, heavy equipment, off-road equipment, bicycles, and pedestrians, including Event Data Recorder ("black box") imaging and analysis.
Further, Ben has performed vehicle component and engine failure analysis, and analysis of mechanical systems, capitalizing on his extensive testing and engine development experience. He has experience with 3-D accident reconstruction simulation software as well as 3-D laser scanning equipment and associated software. He is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
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