My wife and I (who is also an engineer) had a daughter 3 weeks ago. We named her Ada!
And there is an Isambard connection there too. There's a great steampunk web comic and graphic novel: Lovelace & Babbage. Isambard Kingdom Brunel shows up in part 3 of this one: http://sydneypadua.com/2dgoggles/lovelace-and-babbage-vs-the-economy/ and in a few of the others in the book.
I also saw a mention of the initials JET in the comments above. I have a friend (who was a pilot) that actually named his son Jet.
With regard to Elizabeth Simon's suggestion of "Beulah Louise Taylor," which woudl lend itself to the nickname "B-L-T" -- yesterday evening I did a search of 3-letter words ending in 'T' and came up with the following list:
Act, Aft, Ait, Alt, Ant, Apt, Art, Att, Bat, Bet, Bit, Bot,But, Cat, Cot, Cut, Dit, Dot, Eat, Eft, Fat, Fet, Fit, Gat, Get, Git, Got, Gut, Hat, Het, Hit, Hot, Hut, Jet, Jot, Jut, Kat, Kit, Lat, Let, Lit, Lot, Mat, Met, Mot, Mut, Net, Nit, Not, Nut, Oat, Oft, Oot, Opt, Ort, Out, Pat, Pet, Pht, Pit, Pot, Pst, Put, Qat, Rat, Ret, Rot, Rut, Sat, Set, Sit, Sot, Tat, Tet, Tit, Tot, Tut, Vat, Vet, Wat, Wet, Wit, Wot, Yet, Zit
So a name like "Jebediah Eujene Talyor" would lend itself to a nickname of "Jet," which has a zippy sound to it, but we should probably stay away from unfortunate offerings like "Zebediah Isambard Talyor"