My name is Mary Wooldridge and I was a student at Humboldt State University for two years, enrolled in the Engineering program, but now I am located in Bozeman, MT and attending Montana State University for the Chemical Engineering program. I am also finishing up a minor in non-teaching mathematics. In my time when I'm not dealing with math and science, I like to run, swim, and play tennis. I grew up in Salem, Oregon where I went to Sprague High School.
Interests in EngineeringEdit
- Fluid Dynamics
- Bio Engineering
- Power Plant Operations
- New Energy Sources
- Chemical spill clean-up
Experience in EngineeringEdit
- During Spring of 2010, I was enrolled in Engineering 115.
- During Spring of 2011, I was enrolled in Engineering 215: Introduction to Design. I was placed in a group, The Sodhoppers, and we worked on a project for Locally Delicious. Our general Appropedia page can be seen on the Locally Delicious school solar dehydrator page and detailed instructions for the project can be found can be found on the Locally Delicious school solar dehydrator instructions page.
- Fall of 2011, I was enrolled in Elementary Principles of Chemical Engineering I.
- Fall of 2011, I was enrolled in Materials Structures and Properties.
- Spring of 2012, I was enrolled in Elementary Principles of Chemical Engineering II.
- Spring of 2012, I was enrolled in Chemical Engineering Fluid Mechanics Operations.
- Fall of 2012, I was enrolled in Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics I.
- Fall of 2012, I was enrolled in Chemical Engineering Heat Transfer Operations.
During my Spring semester at HSU, in Engineering 215, I was part of a group called Sodhoppers.
- The main document for our project, a solar dehydrator, can be found here.
- An example of one of the memos that I wrote can be found here.
- Several examples of my AutoCAD work can be found below.
- An example spreadsheet can be found here, detailing how my time was spent in Engineering 215.
- An example of my project planning can be found in this Gantt Chart.
During the Spring of 2012 I began work on a software called HYSYS, used for modeling chemical plants and oil refineries.