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Ole Haaland, PE
626 Admiral Drive
C-537
Annapolis MD 21401
USA
phone: 410-703-9002
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Ole Haaland Power Plant Mechanical Expert PhotoOle E. Haaland, PE, has thirty four years experience in Power Production, Design, Construction, and Commissioning, with 27 years managing people and projects. Mr. Haaland's experience is in conventional, nuclear, and alternate fuel power plant mechanical and electrical systems. He has performed as Project Manager, Construction Manager, and Commissioning Manager for several Greenfield power projects.

Mr. Haaland held a senior reactor power operator's license and a number of senior engineering positions at the New York Power Authority prior to joining ANNA. Mr. Haaland received his BSME from the New York Institute of Technology and is a registered professional engineer in many states. He was recently elected to the EGSA Board of Directors for 2015-2017.

Litigation Support - Ole Haaland conducts root cause analysis investigations for counsel representing Plaintiff and Defense. When needed, he provides expert witness testimony for power plant design, construction, and operational failure issues and for parties involved in contract disputes.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Switchgear
  • Voltage Regulators
  • Turbine Generators
  • Control Systems
  • Hydro Generators
  • Diesel Generators
  • Condensate Polishers
  • Feed Water Heaters
  • Main Condensers
  • Moisture Separators
  • Electrical Breaker Failures
  • Operational Failures
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    David Alley
    626 Admiral Drive C537
    Annapolis MD 21401
    USA
    phone: 410-353-4976
    David Alley is a Consulting and Forensic Engineer with over three decades of Design Engineering Experience, Field engineering experience and financial analysis experience for power Generation Projects in Cogeneration, Nuclear, Hydropower, Diesel Engine, Combustion Turbine and Gas Turbine Powered Power Generation Facilities. Mr. Alley is a National Electrical Code NFPA-70 expert and an Hazardous area delineation expert.

    BSEE-Clemson, MBA-Darden

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    40 Brambledown Road
    Wallington SM6 0TF
    GBR
    phone: +442084012873
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    Geoffrey Beresford Hartwell is a Chartered Engineer who practices as an Arbitrator, Adjudicator and Expert for Determination. Geoffrey is the former Senior Partner of Consulting Mechanical and Electrical Engineers BHA Cromwell House.

    A one time Chairman of the Expert Witness Society, Geoffrey Hartwell has experience giving evidence in court (in both civil and criminal matters) and in International Arbitration. He sometimes is retained as a Single Joint Expert or as a Tribunal Expert. His services are offered to both Plaintiff and Defense. Even when retained on behalf of a Client he, like all Experts, has an overriding responsibility to the Court or Tribunal.

    After his early career in aerospace and nuclear energy, Geoffrey entered private practice in association with the late Leslie Heap and Gerald Lewis of Heap and Digby, Consulting Engineers, in 1969. While with them he designed water and sewage equipment and also the bascule moving machinery for the Lowestoft Bridge, in Suffolk. He practiced also as Beresford Hartwell and Associates and, in 1971 established a separate office in Wallington, South London.

    In parallel with his design career, Geoffrey was first appointed as arbitrator in 1972 and his first foreign arbitration, an ICC appointment in Switzerland, took place later that year. He studied Law to Intermediate level and then transferred to the examinations of the Institute of Arbitrators (now Chartered) of which he became Chairman in 1996-1997 and for whom he taught in various countries on several courses, including the prestigious Diploma in International Commercial Arbitration.

    Technical Expertise:
    • Electrical Engineering and Design
    • Mechanical Engineering and Design
    • Instrumentation
    • Automation and Computer Control Systems
    • Maritime and Infrastructure Engineering
    • Process Engineering
    • Solid Waste Handling
  • Communications
  • Manufacturing
  • Computer Cartography
  • Moving Bridges and Lock Gates
  • Construction Project Management
  • Nuclear Energy
  • Water and Waste Water Treatment
  • Arbitration: Geoffrey Hartwell also acts as an arbitrator and adjudicator, as an expert mediator and conciliator, as an expert investigator and assessor for arbitral tribunals, and also as a Special Referee in the High Court of Justice of the Isle of Man. His services have been required in the UK and internationally.

    Dispute Boards: Geoffrey Hartwell has experience both as Member and as Chairman of Dispute Boards?. He has been a member of Dispute Boards, retained from the beginning of a project or, alternatively, appointed on an ad hoc basis when a problem arises, Dispute Adjudication Boards to determine a binding decision, and on Dispute Review Boards to make decisions that are advisory but not binding.

    Adjudication: Similar to arbitration, Mr. Hartwell adjudicates domestic and international disputes which are only temporarily binding unless otherwise agreed upon by the parties.

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    12/4/2013 · Mediation
    International Commercial Arbitration, the chosen basis of the annual Willem Vis Moot, is arguably not au fond a process at law. It is quite simply the performance of an agreement between two parties to have a chosen third party hear and determine some difference between them.

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    R. John Miner, P.E.
    President
    12807 Aqua Valley
    Helotes TX 78023
    USA
    phone: 512-506-9007
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    R John Miner Utility Industry Expert PhotoR. John Miner, PE, is an accomplished executive manager, engineer, educator and consultant with over 40 years of experience in the Utility Industry. He is Owner and President of Collaborative Learning, Inc. established in 1995, also doing business as Collaboration Unlimited and located in Austin and San Antonio, Texas. In this capacity, Mr. Miner provides a wide range of management and technical consulting, litigation support, and educational services. His clients include both public and private sector electric utilities, utility and technical associations, educational institutions, and law firms.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Miner provides expert litigation support on matters involving contractual disputes, electrical accidents, and compliance with both the National Electrical Safety Code (NESC - ANSI Standard C-2) and OSHA regulations applicable to electric utility distribution systems. He routinely presents seminars and short courses throughout the U.S on electrical distribution system design, construction, operation, and maintenance as well as electrical safety and the NESC.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Electricity and Safety
    • Electric Utility
    • Utility Management
    • National Electrical Safety Code (NESC)
    • OSHA Issues
    • Electrical Accident Investigation
    • Electric Utility Contracts
  • Power Plants
  • Power Lines
  • Electrical Distribution
  • Substations
  • Electrical Safety
  • High Voltage Accidents
  • Lineman Accidents
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    Daniel Mahr, PE
    President and Project Manager
    Montville Office Park
    150 River Road, Suite J4
    Montville NJ 07045
    USA
    phone: 973-331-8100
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    Daniel Mahr, PE, is a specialist in the Engineering and Design of Dry Bulk Material Handling Systems. He is an expert in the supply, handling, blending, and processing of a wide range of bulk materials ranging from alumina to wood chips.

    Mr. Mahr is experienced in ports and terminals, the power, transportation, mining, steel, and process industries. He has managed large or technically demanding projects handling bauxite, coal, biomass, minerals, and other bulk commodities. As president, Mr. Mahr is responsible for all corporate activities of Energy Associates. On construction assignments, he has served as a technical representative and monitored technical/contract compliance.

    Mr. Mahr’s project assignments are located throughout the United States and have taken him to Argentina, Bahamas, Canada, Colombia, Germany, Ghana, Guatemala, Hong Kong, Japan, Korea, India, Indonesia, Italy, Malaysia, Philippines, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, and Venezuela. He is a member of ASME, NSPE, and SME. He is the past chair of ASME's Fuels and Combustion Technology Division and was the chair of the Fuel Storage, Handling, and Transportation Technical Committee for several years.

    Litigation Support - Daniel Mahr provides technical services in instances for breach of contract, dispute resolution, equipment failure, and litigation investigation. His expertise is available to counsel representing both Plaintiff and Defendant.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Bulk Material Handling
    • Unloading / Loading
    • Stacking
    • Reclaiming
    • Crusher
    • Weighing
    • Belts / Conveyors
    • Ports / Terminals
  • Frac Sand
  • Fires / Explosions
  • OSHA Codes and Standards
  • Fluidized Bed Combustion
  • Blending
  • Bulk Solids Handling Transportation
  • Biomass Products & Technology
  • Power Engineering
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    On February 7, 2008, at about 7:15 p.m., a series of huge explosions and fires occurred at the Imperial Sugar refinery northwest of Savannah, Georgia, causing 14 deaths and injuring 38 others, 14 seriously. The facility, which converted raw cane sugar into granulated sugar, had a material-handling system that included the familiar railcar unloader, belt conveyors, bucket elevators, and silo storage. The explosions were fueled by massive accumulations of combustible sugar dust throughout the packaging building.

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    John H. Bickel, PhD
    Nuclear Engineering Consultant
    28559 Cavan Lane
    Evergreen CO 80439
    USA
    phone: 303-670-2974
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    John H. Bickel, PhD is a Nuclear Engineer with 39 years of professional experience in the United States and International Nuclear Power Industry.

    Dr. Bickel is internationally recognized as an expert in the Analysis, Simulation, Design, Licensing, Operation, and Performance Evaluation of nuclear power plants, nuclear electrical systems, instrumentation and control systems - and most recently with licensing digital I&C upgrades. He served nine years as a line manager in a USNRC licensed nuclear utility and five years as a department manager in a USDOE laboratory. He recently served as the Chairman of the OECD Nuclear Energy Agency Working Group on Defense in Depth of Electrical Systems (2008-2012). Dr. Bickel is a Member of the ANS/ASME Joint Standards Committee on Nuclear Risk Management and the IEEE Standards Association.

    Dr. Bickel's recent litigation support includes Expert Evaluations associated with contractual and national licensing requirements for Digital I&C Systems before the International Court of Arbitration (ongoing) and evaluation of liability claims associated with nuclear reactor shutdowns (ongoing). He has testified in USNRC licensing and enforcement proceedings associated with Millstone 1, Millstone 3, and Prairie Island 1,2.

    Areas of Expertise:
    • Nuclear Reactors (BWR, PWR, VVER, RBMK)
    • Nuclear System Reliability
    • Probabilistic Risk Assessment
    • Instrumentation & Control Systems
    • Nuclear Electrical Standards
  • Nuclear Reactor Simulation
  • Nuclear Regulation
  • Nuclear Safety Analysis
  • Nuclear Power Plant Electrical Systems
  • Nuclear Power Plant Licensing
  • Recent Clients:
    • United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC)
    • United States Department of Energy (USDOE)
    • European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
    • Lithuanian State Atomic Energy Safety Inspectorate (VATESI)
    • MITRE Corporation
    • International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)
    • Swedish Nuclear Power Safety Inspectorate (SKI)
    • French Inst. For Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety (IRSN)
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    Richard J. Long, P.E.
    Founder & Chief Executive Officer
    Corporate Headquarters:
    10029 Whistling Elk Drive
    Littleton, CO 80127
    CO, FL, GA, TX, KS, NC, DC
    USA
    phone: 303-972-2443
    fax: 303-972-6980
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    Florida Office:
    Andrew Avalon, PE, PSP
    President
    8633 Willow Kane Court
    Orlando, FL 32835
    T: (407) 445-0825
    F: (407) 445-0821

    Long International provides expert claims analysis, dispute resolution, and project management services to the Process Plant Engineering and Construction industry worldwide. Our primary focus is on petroleum refining, petrochemical, chemical, oil and gas production, mining/mineral processing, power, cogeneration, and other process plant and industrial projects. We also have extensive experience in hospital, commercial and industrial building, pipeline, wastewater, highway and transit, heavy civil, microchip manufacturing, and airport projects.

    Richard Long Richard J. Long, PE, Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Long International has over 40 years of U.S. and international consulting experience involving construction contract disputes analysis and resolution, arbitration/litigation support and expert testimony, project management, engineering / construction management, cost and schedule control, and process engineering. As an internationally recognized expert in the analysis and resolution of complex construction disputes for over 25 years, Mr. Long has served as the lead expert on over 300 projects having claims ranging in size from US$100,000 to over US$1 billion.



    Andrew AvalonAndrew Avalon, PE, PSP is President of Long International and has over 28 years of engineering, construction management and claims consulting experience. He is an expert in the preparation and evaluation of construction claims, business interruption claims, schedule delay analysis, arbitration/litigation support and dispute resolution. He has prepared more than thirty CPM schedule analyses, written expert witness reports, and supported attorneys in depositions, cross-examinations, mediations and settlement negotiations. Mr. Avalon has analyzed construction schedules for owners and contractors to determine the causes of construction delays and to equitably allocate responsibility for delay-related costs.



    W. Tom ThweattW. Tom Thweatt is a Principal with Long International and has over 40 years of engineering, construction, and management consulting experience. He has extensive experience in major U.S. and international refining, chemical, petrochemical, pipeline, infrastructure and thermal / hydroelectric power generation projects ranging from US$40 million to US$1.8 billion. He has worked extensively in projects that were executed by multi-national joint ventures on both the owner's and the contractor's sides. Mr. Thweatt has served on Joint Venture and Consortium Executive Committees and has participated directly in claims negotiations and settlement agreements in excess of US$100 million.

    9/27/2013 · Construction
    The "discrete damages/cost variance analysis method" for quantifying construction claim damages involves the specific distribution of all costs incurred on the project rather than quantifying only certain parts of the cost or damage analysis as may be used in the other methods.

    9/4/2013 · Construction
    ABSTRACT - This paper provides guidelines to commercial construction cost engineers for the development of a plan for obtaining and utilizing subcontractor cost information for use in bidding, procurement, scheduling, change order management, and claim management. The paper is based upon personal field experience gained in cost engineering, scheduling, bidding, planning, contracting, and claim analyses.

    8/13/2013 · Construction
    A component of a construction claim often relates to the cost, quantity, and quality of the materials that the contractor installed on a project. The contractor frequently purchases these materials and agrees to install the quantities of materials on a unit price basis, i.e., a unit price that includes both the cost of the materials and the cost to install them.

    12/17/2012 · Construction
    Most construction contracts, whether they are standard or customized forms, usually contain specific provisions related expressly to the process of giving "notice." The notice generally refers to an obligation on the part of the Contractor to notify the relevant party administering the contract, normally the architect, resident engineer, or owner's representative, of a claim or change event that gives rise to possible additional entitlement for time and/or cost.

    4/13/2012 · Construction
    The equitable allocation of responsibility for project delays is essential to the resolution of many construction disputes. Contractors frequently assert that they have been delayed for reasons beyond their control. Owners often remain unconvinced that the Contractor is legitimately entitled to a time extension or delay, acceleration and loss of productivity damages.

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    Sam Pendergrass
    President
    160 Bevan Drive
    Mooresville NC 28115
    USA
    phone: 704-663-5108
    fax: 704-662-0898
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    Metallurgical Technologies, Inc. (MTi) is a Metallurgical Engineering Service Laboratory specializing in Forensic Failure Analysis of Metallurgical Components. We also offer testing, analysis, and consulting services. By performing a comprehensive failure analysis, the root causes of failures are identified, metallurgical problems are solved and recommendations are made to prevent future reoccurrences. MTi uses the most advanced analytical equipment and techniques. Test results are interpreted and recommendations are made by licensed professional engineers registered in the discipline of metallurgical engineering.

    Our consultants are experts in their field. An in-depth report of our findings approved by an expert metallurgical engineer typically includes: interpretation of test data, conclusions, opinions, and recommendations to improve performance or prevent future problems. MTi has the experience and ability to provide technical support and expert consulting on Metallurgical Engineering Issues and Cause of Failure in Litigation and Insurance Claims. Our metallurgical engineers have provided expert witness services in litigation regarding metallurgical engineering and failure analysis.

    Services Offered:
  • Failure Analysis
  • Corrosion Investigation
  • Spectrometry / Scanning Electron Microscopy
  • Metallography
  • Defect Investigation
  • Mechanical Testing
  • Chemical Analysis
  • NDT (Non-destructive Testing)
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Consulting
  • Weld Engineering
  • Miscellaneous Testing /
  • A cracked XXXXX polymer filament die plate was received for analysis to determine the cause of cracking. Results indicate the die plate cracked as a result of a brittle nitrided case and an insufficient cross-sectional area of the narrow ligament between the cap screw hole and the heater cartridge hole on the inlet face.

    6/14/2013 · Metallurgy
    Two cores from a marine diesel engine oil cooler were received for analysis to investigate the cause of failure via leaking. Results indicate that the cooler core failed due to pitting corrosion initiated on the interior (oil side) at the edge of the fins.

    4/19/2013 · Failure Analysis
    The information contained in this report is confidential property of our client and is intended solely for the use of the named recipient(s).

    3/11/2013 · Failure Analysis
    A fractured input shaft used in NASCAR racing was received for analysis to investigate the cause of failure. Results indicate the shaft fractured due to fatigue progression from an intergranular stress crack, initiated at a dot peen identification marking on the shaft.

    1/16/2013 · Failure Analysis
    A cracked nozzle sleeve stub from XXXX Vessel of the proprietary vaporizer system was analyzed to determine the cause of cracking.

    11/7/2012 · Failure Analysis
    Two blade samples of a cracked ******************* centrifugal blower impeller blade was submitted for metallurgical analysis of the cracks. The cracks in the submitted blade samples were found to have initiated at corrosion pits on the leading edge of the blades.

    8/28/2012 · Failure Analysis
    Two aluminized heater tubes were received for analysis to investigate the cause of failure. Unused tube material also was supplied for comparison. Results indicate that the tubes failed via hot oxidation corrosion at extreme temperatures.

    6/22/2012 · Failure Analysis
    Metallurgical Technologies, Inc. examined a failed superheater tube from XXXXXX X XXX Boiler #7. The ASME SA-213 Grade T11 tube had been in service for 6 to 8 years until failure. The mode of failure was short-term stress rupture due to significant overheating.

    4/17/2012 · Metallurgy
    The four seized bearings submitted for metallurgical analysis were determined to have suffered deterioration of their grease to the point that it was inhibiting motion rather than enabling. The grease had turned to a thick (viscous) black sludge that was full of particulate. Electrical pitting was found in the seized bearings, especially the inner races. Signs of axial (thrust) loads were noted, mainly in the outer raceways. Larger arc strike regions were found on the balls.

    3/13/2012 · Failure Analysis
    A cracked 316Ti stainless steel preheater tube was analyzed to determine the failure mechanism. A second non-cracked tube section from a different elevation was also analyzed to determine the condition of the tube material.

    9/1/2011 · Metallurgy
    A welded left front spindle/steering arm assembly that had fractured at the fillet weld joint between the steering arm and inner brake boss was received for analysis to determine the mode of failure.

    6/6/2011 · Metallurgy
    Several concentrating still condenser tubes exhibiting pitting were received to determine the cause of pitting. Results indicate the tubes pitted initially from the inner diameter (ID) surface due to microbiological corrosion (MIC). MIC pitting initiated preferentially at the tube seam weld. Additional ID surface pits and significant pit enlargement of MIC pits due to chloride pitting were also observed. The chlorine is likely remains from the hydrochloric cleaning process

    5/4/2011 · Corrosion
    Corrosion is a phenomenon leading to exorbitant losses of materials, energy, and money by causing degradation of products, materials of construction, equipment, and necessitating increased maintenance.

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    Bill O'Donnell, Jr.
    2940 South Park Road
    Bethel Park PA 15102
    USA
    phone: 412-835-5007
    fax: 412-835-5017
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    O'Donnell Consulting Engineers, Inc. (OCE) provides engineering, failure analysis, metallurgy, and expert witness services. Providing analytical, design, testing, and technical problem solving services for more than 30 years, our extensive experience gives us credibility in expert witness testimony. Our results are based on quantified engineering principles and analysis- not just opinions. We have testified in International, Federal, and State Courts, presenting comprehensive technical reports, models, and simulations that are easily understood by Judges and Juries.

    Services Offered:
  • Mechanical Engineering: Design and analysis services including finite element analysis. Troubleshooting and providing design repair solutions.
  • Failure Analysis: Metallurgy, analysis, and testing of components to determine root cause of structural failures and fires/explosions.
  • Product Liability & Patent Infringement
  • Sample Cases:
  • Power plants
  • Petrochemical facilities
  • Dams
  • Heat exchangers
  • Piping
  • Pumps
  • Valves
  • Machine tools
  • Welded structures
  • Appliances
  • Sport equipment
  • "We are often asked to solve simple to complex engineering problems - the key to our effectiveness has been our ability to integrate interdisciplinary talent in materials science and engineering" - Bill O'Donnell, President
    The largest storage rack/ retrieval system, larger than two football fields and eighty feet wide was constructed to store 108 million pounds of paper products. On July, 2002, after two months of use, the facility collapsed and sparked a fire that destroyed the entire structure and 45 million pounds of paper. Nearly 50 fire departments responded to the inferno, which burned for three weeks. The owner of the facility sued a number of companies that included the contractor that designed and built the structure, a subcontractor, and the company that supplied the 110 foot steel columns.

    4/5/2013 · Engineering
    A comprehensive engineering analysis was performed on a coke oven battery roof and heating walls. Coke oven batteries are constructed with refractory bricks.

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    Power Quality Solutions
    M. Frank Erwin, PE
    7912 Willows Pond Ct.
    Charlotte NC 28277
    USA
    phone: 704-564-5859
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    M. Frank Erwin, PE, has over 35 years of experience as an Electrical Engineer. He works as a Consultant for firms that develop and design Power Generation plants as well as transmission lines and substations. He is also an Owner's Engineer for large power transformer testing.

    Mr. Erwin has serves as a Project Manager, Project Engineer, Owner’s Engineer, Electrical Engineer, Quality Professional Leader, and Developer with extensive domestic and international experience working on major gas and coal fired power plants, substation and transmission projects, and associated support facilities.

    In his role as Project Manager and Electrical Engineer for various Clients he is responsible for design, quality management, marketing, equipment sales, commissioning, and Owner’s engineering services for Generation Plants, Substations, Transmission Systems, and Offshore Platforms. Clients have included General Electric, Edison Mission Energy, Pike Energy Solutions,Ford, and BMW.

    Mr. Erwin possesses a wealth of business and engineering experience in managing multiple projects within a specified scope, timeline and budget. His strengths in leading and negotiating have resulted in the creation of substantial shareholder value and significant increase in “bottom-line” profits.

    Consulting Services Include:

    • Engineering
    • Quality Assurance
    • Proposals
    • Contracting
    • Negotiations
    • Business Development
  • New Project Origination and Development
  • Acquisitions
  • Management of Assets
  • Construction
  • Design
  • Installation
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    Steven Kushnick
    Principal Engineer
    P.O. Box 670084
    Marietta GA 30066
    USA
    phone: 770-591-1720
    fax: 770-591-7996
    Mechanical Engineer - Turbomachinery Expert. Gas turbine engines, steam turbines, jet engines, compressors, pumps, expanders, generators, cogeneration, combustion equipment, diesel engines, and reciprocating compressors. Failure analysis, stress analysis, mechanical design, design analysis, troubleshooting, performance analysis, durability assessment. Access to metallurgical laboratory. Experienced Expert witness.

    Please see our Service List at www.sbkushnick.com/servicelist.pdf for a concise description.
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    JIJI THOMAS
    Senior Officer-Environment
    Kudilil House, Eravimangalam
    Kottayam 686613
    IND
    phone: 987-067-0240
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    TCE Consulting Engineers Limited (TCE) is one of India's leading Engineering Consulting Organizations. TCE offers a wide range of multi-disciplinary services in project engineering across several sectors. The firm has completed more than 4500 assignments, including the engineering of several power plants with total installed capacity of over 41,000MW, several large urban water supply and waste water projects, as well as those for smaller towns, facilities inside battery limits and offsite facilities for several chemical and industrial plants.

    TCE has highly qualified and experienced professionals on its rolls. Design offices are located in several cities in India - Mumbai, Bangalore, New Delhi, Chennai, Kolkata, Pune and Jamshedpur, and a branch office in the USA and South Africa.

    TCE has successfully carried out several assignments overseas — in South East Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Europe, Asia Pacific, Australia and the Americas.

    TCE has done projects funded by:
    • World Bank
    • Asian Development Bank
    • United Nations Development Programme
    • Japan Bank for International Cooperation
    • United Nations Industrial Development Organization
    • World Health Organization
    • United States Agency for International Development
    Services Include:
    • Environmental Impact Assessment
    • Environmental Survey & Consultations
    • Environmental Data Analysis & GIS mapping
    • Environmental Sampling, Monitoring & Pollution Analysis (Air, Water & Soil)
    • Environmental Clearance & Liaison with Statutory Authorities
    • Industrial Site Visits and Identification of Suitable Waste Disposal Sites & Methodologies
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    Time-Variable Systems, LLC
    Jamie Chapman, PhD
    Renewable Energy Systems Consultant
    500th Throckmorton St.
    Fortworth TX 76102
    USA
    phone: 617-513-8429
    
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    Jamie Chapman, PhD, provides more than 35 years of broad technical, engineering, operational and economic expertise in the areas of Renewable Energy and Power Conversion Systems.

    Dr. Chapman's experience includes research and development focused on the technologies needed to maintain leadership for the next, next generation of multi-megawatt wind turbine power plants, including turbulence detection by lidar and radar. His work in this area generated four patent disclosures.

    From 2004-2010, Dr. Chapman served as Associate Director of the Wind Science and Engineering Research Center at Texas Tech University. As part of the Senior Research Faculty, he was a principal in achieving $10 million in external funding to implement a wind energy research and education program. Dr. Chapman delivered a graduate-level course on wind turbine design, control, grid interface and economics and initiated Texas Tech's program on the integration of wind turbines with desalination systems.

    Dr. Chapman has provided national and international Expert Witness services in Patent, System Performance, Manufacturing Defects, and other litigation areas. In addition to his very broad technical background, Dr. Chapman is an excellent communicator, orally and in writing, of sophisticated and complex technological concepts.

    Currently the principal at Time-Variable Systems LLC, Texas and New York, Dr. Chapman's focus and areas of expertise include:
    • Innovative Electric Machines
    • Variable Speed Electric Generators
    • Marine Hydrokinetic Power Conversion Systems
    • Radar Sensing
    • Megawatt-scale Power Processing and Control via Power Electronics
    • Wind Turbines
    • Energy Storage
    • Rotary and Linear Electric Machines
    • Electronic Power Conversion
    • Control and Grid Interface
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    V. Alan Werner, PE
    PO Box 3041
    Renton WA 98056
    USA
    phone: 4257653538
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    V. Alan Werner, P.Eng, PMP, F.NSPE, holds multi-state professional registrations and has over 40 years of Mechanical Engineering experience in multiple venues with domestic and international clients.

    Mr. Werner performs mechanical design projects relating to equipment installation, process design, or support structures. His consulting services specialize in those projects requiring engineering experience and skills in areas ranging from building exteriors to worker noise exposure with many other experiences between.

    With specific expertise in Industrial Process Systems and Industrial Process Equipment, his industry experience spans district energy, plant boilers, pulp and paper, gypsum wallboard, cement production, food processing, brewing, and miscellaneous markets in all engineering responsibilities.

    Using a proprietary thermodynamic model, Mr. Werner is able to replicate boiler and chiller systems to duplicate normal and off-spec operations. He has designed mechanical parts and machinery, some using unusual materials and/or features and has experience in worker sound exposure investigation and remediation, as well as "fence line" acoustical research. Professional licenses are in Washington, California, Florida, and British Columbia.

    Litigation Support - Mr. Werner provides expert witness services to counsel for Plaintiff and Defense. His cases and expertise involve forensic failure analysis of:
    • Industrial Processes
    • Pumps
    • Fans
    • Heat Exchangers
    • Mixers
  • Specialty Equipment
  • Piping (safety devices, pipe support systems)
  • Pumps
  • Steam Production
  • Fluid Transfer