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Michael A Vassily

from Huntersville, NC
Age ~54

Michael Vassily Phones & Addresses

  • Huntersville, NC
  • 209 Amelia Dr, Martinez, GA 30907 (706) 210-5594
  • Augusta, GA
  • Mattydale, NY
  • North Augusta, SC
  • Appling, GA
  • Charlotte, NC
  • 13016 Sycamore Terrace Ct, Huntersville, NC 28078

Work

Company: Terex awp Jul 2010 to Sep 2013 Address: Rock Hill, SC Position: Principal engineer, light tower products

Education

Degree: BSME School / High School: Syracuse University 1995 to 1997 Specialities: Mechanical Engineering

Industries

Design

Resumes

Resumes

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Principal Engineer At Terex Usa Inc.

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Position:
Principal Engineer, Light Tower Products at Terex AWP
Location:
Augusta, Georgia Area
Industry:
Design
Work:
Terex AWP - Rock Hill, SC since Jul 2010
Principal Engineer, Light Tower Products

Club Car Jun 1997 - Mar 2009
Mechanical Design Engineer

Sports Car Centre - East Syracuse, NY May 1987 - Jun 1993
SAAB Master Technician
Education:
Syracuse University 1995 - 1997
BSME, Mechanical Engineering
Onondaga Community College 1993 - 1995
ASME, Mechanical Engineering
State University of New York College of Agriculture and Technology at Morrisville 1985 - 1987
AS, Automotive Technology

Publications

Us Patents

Filling Pod For A Battery, Vehicle And Method Of Supplying Fluid To A Battery

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US Patent:
6622744, Sep 23, 2003
Filed:
Apr 10, 2001
Appl. No.:
09/829766
Inventors:
Randal L. Crook - Evans GA
Daniel T. Aron - McCormick SC
Michael A. Vassily - Martinez GA
James R. Kerlin - Martinez GA
Gerald C. Skelton - Martinez GA
Assignee:
Club Car, Inc. - Augusta GA
International Classification:
H01M 236
US Classification:
137 1, 137260, 429 63, 429 73, 429 74
Abstract:
A filling pod, a vehicle and a method for supplying fluid to a battery. The filling pod includes a filling pod housing having a filling pod port fluidly connectable to a fluid source for receiving fluid from the fluid source, a first fluid supply member fluidly connectable to a first cell and for supplying fluid from the filling pod port to the first cell, a second fluid supply member fluidly connectable to a second cell and for supplying fluid from the filling pod port and to the second cell, and an integral channel in fluid communication between the filling pod port, the first fluid supply member and the second fluid supply member. The channel includes a first channel portion in fluid communication between the filling pod port and the first fluid supply member and a second channel portion in fluid communication between the filling pod port and the second fluid supply member. When fluid is supplied to the filling pod through the filling pod port, a first amount of fluid flows through the first channel portion to the first fluid supply member and to the first cell, and a second amount of fluid flows through the second channel portion to the second fluid supply member and to the second cell.

Filling Pod For A Battery, Vehicle And Method Of Supplying Fluid To A Battery

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US Patent:
6718996, Apr 13, 2004
Filed:
Mar 7, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/093336
Inventors:
Randal L. Crook - Evans GA
Daniel T. Aron - McCormick SC
Michael A. Vassily - North Augusta SC
James R. Kerlin - Evans GA
Gerald C. Skelton - Martinez GA
Assignee:
Club Car, Inc. - Augusta GA
International Classification:
G05D 900
US Classification:
137 1, 137260, 137899, 429 63, 429 74
Abstract:
A combination for supplying fluid to a battery, a vehicle and a method of assembling the combination. The combination includes the battery and a filling pod. The filling pod includes a filling pod housing having a filling pod port fluidly connectable to a fluid source for receiving fluid from the fluid source, a first fluid supply member fluidly connectable to a first cell and for supplying fluid from the filling pod port to the first cell, a second fluid supply member fluidly connectable to a second cell and for supplying fluid from the filling pod port and to the second cell, and an integral channel in fluid communication between the filling pod port, the first fluid supply member and the second fluid supply member. The channel includes a first channel portion in fluid communication between the filling pod port and the first fluid supply member and a second channel portion in fluid communication between the filling pod port and the second fluid supply member. When fluid is supplied to the filling pod through the filling pod port, a first amount of fluid flows through the first channel portion to the first fluid supply member and to the first cell, and a second amount of fluid flows through the second channel portion to the second fluid supply member and to the second cell.

Battery Fluid Supply System

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US Patent:
6786226, Sep 7, 2004
Filed:
Sep 12, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/242321
Inventors:
Randall L. Crook - Evans GA
Daniel T. Aron - McCormick SC
Michael A. Vassily - North Augusta SC
James R. Kerlin - Martinez GA
Gerald C. Skelton - Martinez GA
Assignee:
Club Car, Inc. - Augusta GA
International Classification:
H01M 236
US Classification:
137 1, 137260, 137899, 429 63, 429 74
Abstract:
A system for supplying fluid to a battery, a vehicle and a method for supplying fluid to a battery. The fluid supply system supplies fluid to a battery in a vehicle selectively powered by the battery, the vehicle including a frame supporting the battery, the battery including a battery cell, fluid being transmittable to the cell, gas generated during charging of the battery being transmittable out of the cell. The system is defined as including a tank for holding fluid, and a hydraulic circuit connecting the battery to the tank. The hydraulic circuit is defined as including an inlet conduit connectable between the tank and the cell, and an outlet conduit connectable between the cell and the tank, gas produced during charging causing fluid flow through the outlet conduit and to the tank. In the fluid supply system of the present invention, the gas produced during charging causes fluid flow through the system.

Vehicle Battery Fluid Supply System With Vacuum Source

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US Patent:
7104272, Sep 12, 2006
Filed:
Oct 30, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/283828
Inventors:
Michael A. Vassily - North Augusta SC,
Assignee:
Club Car, Inc. - Augusta GA
International Classification:
H01M 2/36
US Classification:
137 1, 137260, 137171, 137899, 13756501, 429 63, 429 74
Abstract:
A system for supplying fluid to a battery, a vacuum source, a vehicle, a combination, a method for supplying fluid to a battery and a method of charging a battery. The fluid supply system supplies fluid to a battery in a vehicle, the vehicle including a frame supporting the battery, the battery including a battery cell, fluid being transmittable to the battery cell. The system is defined as including a hydraulic circuit connecting the battery to a tank. The hydraulic circuit is defined as including an inlet conduit connectable to tank, an outlet conduit connectable to the battery cell, and a vacuum source connectable to the battery cell and to the tank. The vacuum source is defined as including a pump having a pump inlet conduit connectable to the tank, and a pump outlet, and a venturi having a first inlet connectable to the pump outlet, a second inlet connectable to the battery cell, and a venturi outlet is connectable to the tank. The pump is operable to cause flow through the venturi, flow through the venturi causing fluid flow from the tank and through the battery cell.

Battery Water Supply System For A Battery-Powered Utility Vehicle

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US Patent:
6213145, Apr 10, 2001
Filed:
Apr 10, 2000
Appl. No.:
9/545939
Inventors:
Randal L. Crook - Evans GA
Daniel T. Aron - Evans GA
Gerald C. Skelton - Martinez GA
Michael A. Vassily - North Augusta SC
Assignee:
Club Car, Inc. - Augusta GA
International Classification:
H01M 236
US Classification:
137260
Abstract:
A golf cart, powered by a plurality of electrolytic, lead-acid batteries has an on-board battery water replenishing system. Each battery includes a manifold that feeds water to each battery cell and is capable of transmitting out of the manifold gas generated during recharging. The watering system includes a water storage tank positioned above the batteries, with inlet and outlet tubing connecting each battery manifold to the tank in a separate, parallel circuit. The outlet tubing has a critical size of internal diameter (ID) to assure the formation of gas generated during recharging as bubbles in the outlet tubing so as to trap liquid between bubbles and to cause flow of liquid back to the tank. A one-way flow control valve is positioned in the inlet tubing to assure unidirectional flow. The outlet tubing ID must be less than 3/8 inch, with a preferred size being 1/4 inch.
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