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  • Bloomington, IL
  • Peoria, IL

Work

Company: Caterpillar, inc. Oct 2008 Position: Sr technologist

Education

School / High School: Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology- Terre Haute, IN 2001 Specialities: BS in Chemistry / Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Skills

Analytical Chemistry Instrumentation Experience - GC-MS • HPLC • ICP • SEM-EDS • XRD • FT-IR • UV-VIS • etc.

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Jade Katinas Bloomington, IL

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Work:
Caterpillar, Inc.

Oct 2008 to 2000
Sr Technologist

Perot Systems - Engineering Services
Peoria, IL
Jul 2005 to Oct 2008
Chemical Team Lead

Education:
Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology
Terre Haute, IN
2001 to 2005
BS in Chemistry / Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Skills:
Analytical Chemistry Instrumentation Experience - GC-MS, HPLC, ICP, SEM-EDS, XRD, FT-IR, UV-VIS, etc.

Publications

Us Patents

System And Method For Cleaning A Diesel Particulate Filter Using Acoustic Waves

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US Patent:
7837750, Nov 23, 2010
Filed:
Jul 17, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/879472
Inventors:
Jade Katinas - Chillicothe IL,
Dong Fei - Peoria IL,
Jamie Frisch - Peoria IL,
Jeremy Trethewey - Elkton MD,
Douglas Rebinsky - Peoria IL,
Nan Yang - Dunlap IL,
Assignee:
Caterpillar Inc - Peoria IL
International Classification:
B08B 7/02
B08B 9/027
B08B 11/02
US Classification:
55292, 55300, 55523, 55DIG 30, 134 1, 134184
Abstract:
A method for cleaning a diesel particulate filter includes a step of coupling an acoustic generator directly to the diesel particulate filter via a support fixture. Ash deposited within the diesel particulate filter is dislodged with acoustic energy deposited by the acoustic generator. The ash may fall clear of the diesel particulate filter under the action of gravity and/or via pressurized air flow.

Systems And Methods For Simulating An Engine Environment

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US Patent:
8082775, Dec 27, 2011
Filed:
May 29, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/155062
Inventors:
Cliff James Salisbury - Peoria IL,
Jade Marie Katinas - Chillicothe IL,
Leonard George Wheat - Manito IL,
Jennifer Joan Leustek - Metamora IL,
Jason Adam Smid - Melbourne FL,
Philip Carl Spengler - Washington IL,
Mark Andrew McElroy - Peoria IL,
Beth Ann Sebright - Chillicothe IL,
Assignee:
Caterpillar Inc. - Peoria IL
International Classification:
G01M 15/02
US Classification:
7311455, 7311802
Abstract:
A system for simulating an engine environment during engine operation is disclosed. The system includes a surface. The system also includes a liquid delivery device configured to deliver a liquid to the surface. The system further includes a temperature controller operably coupled to the surface, and the system is configured to cause condensation of a fluid on the surface.

Apparatus For Non-Destructive Evaluation Of A Workpiece Including A Uniform Contact Apparatus

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US Patent:
2007014, Jun 28, 2007
Filed:
Oct 20, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/584279
Inventors:
Dong Fei - Peoria IL,
Jade M. Katinas - Chillicothe IL,
Leonard G. Wheat - Manito IL,
Todd M. Swanson - Alpha IL,
Douglas A. Rebinsky - Peoria IL,
Cliff J. Salisbury - Streator IL,
Jesus Guadalupe Chapa Cabrera - Monterrey,
James J. Streicher - Pontiac IL,
International Classification:
G01N 29/28
G01N 29/04
US Classification:
73644, 738665
Abstract:
A workpiece internal flaw test apparatus has a frame that includes a workpiece support and a pair of transducer supports, a pair of transducers positioned on the transducer supports, a force generator, a signal generating and receiving device in communication with the pair of transducers, and a uniform contact apparatus. The pair of transducers are in alignment with one another and are adjacent opposite sides of the workpiece support. Each transducer has a contact face. The force generator is connected to the frame and is operable to push the pair of transducers toward each other with a predetermined force such that the contact faces of the transducers engage a test face of the workpiece. The uniform contact apparatus is positioned adjacent the contact face of each transducer such that the uniform contact apparatus is positionable to compensate for a misalignment between the transducer contact face and the test face of the workpiece and provide better sound coupling between the transducer and rough surface of the workpiece. A signal generating/receiving device is in communication with the transducers and provides the ability to analyze the test results to determine whether the workpiece has an internal flaw, such as a crack or void that would render it unsatisfactory for use.

Particulate Filter Cleaning Device

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US Patent:
2008000, Jan 10, 2008
Filed:
Jul 7, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/483230
Inventors:
Cheryl L. Sellers - Peoria IL,
Jade M. Katinas - Chillicothe IL,
David W. Painter - Wyoming IL,
International Classification:
B01D 46/00
US Classification:
95282, 55295, 55289
Abstract:
A method for cleaning a diesel particulate filter by loosening and removing ash from a filter passage in a diesel particulate filter. The steps include providing a diesel particulate filter containing ash within the filter passages, providing a particulate filter cleaning device, and inserting the particulate filter cleaning device into the filter passages. The steps also include moving the particulate filter cleaning device within the filter passage to loosen the ash particles, removing the particulate filter cleaning device from the filter passage, and removing the loosened ash particles from the filter.

System And Method For Detecting Internal Flaws In A Particulate Filter

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US Patent:
7698945, Apr 20, 2010
Filed:
Nov 8, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/983282
Inventors:
Dong Fei - Peoria IL,
Jade Katinas - Chillicothe IL,
Leonard G. Wheat - Manito IL,
Linxiao Yu - Peoria IL,
Douglas A. Rebinsky - Peoria IL,
Assignee:
Caterpillar Inc. - Peoria IL
International Classification:
G01N 29/00
US Classification:
73596, 73600, 73602, 73644
Abstract:
A method of detecting an internal flaw in a particulate filter includes a step of coupling ultrasonic transducer with the particulate filter. The method also includes a step of moving at least one of the ultrasonic transducer and the particulate filter relative to the other. Consistent coupling of the ultrasonic transducer with the particulate filter is maintained during the moving step. Ultrasonic energy is transmitted from the ultrasonic transducer through a majority of a volume of the particulate filter. The method also includes a step of determining if the particulate filter includes an internal flaw using the ultrasonic energy.
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