William Resh worked at Chrysler (currently Fiat Chrysler Automobiles) for 31 years until his retirement in 2015. While at Chrysler, he worked in test laboratories, computer aided engineering (CAE), and design release organizations. Most recently he was senior manager of Powertrain Virtual Analysis. His research interests include dynamic systems, noise and vibration, engines and propulsion systems, and integrated systems design and development.
Michigan State University, Mechanical Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award, 2014
Ph.D. Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State University.
B. S. Mechanical Engineering, Michigan State University.
Makam, S., Dubbs, C., Roosien, Y., Lin, F., Resh, W., "Analytical Study of Thermal Management: A Case Study of Underhood Configurations," SAE Technical Paper 2015-01-0335, 2015.
Aluru, K., Geist, B., and Resh, W., "Assessing the Likelihood of Binding in Distorted Stepped Radius Cylinder Bores," SAE Technical Paper 2014-01-0395, 2014.
Geist, B., Resh, W., Fisher, S., McLean, I. et al., "Assessing the Propensity for Valve Train Tick Noise," SAE Int. J. Engines 6(1):2013.
Geist, B., Resh, W., and Aluru, K., "Calibrating an Adaptive Pivoting Vane Pump to Deliver a Stepped Pressure Profile," SAE Technical Paper 2013-01-1729, 2013.
Geist, B., Resh, W., “Dynamics Modeling of a Variable Displacement Vane Pump within an Engine Oil Circuit”, ASME 2011 Internal Combustion Engine Division Fall Technical conference, ICEF2011-60039, 2011.