Mitchell J, Kowalczyk, P.E has a BS degree in Civil Engineering. He has eight US patents. He is also a member of;
-ASME Code Section VIII Standards Committee,
-ASME Code Section VIII Subgroup Materials and the current Subgroup Chair,
-ASME PCC Subcommittee Inspection Planning,
-ASME PCC R&T Subgroup Welded Repair,
-ASTM Committee C08 Refractories,
-Process Industry Practice (PIP) Vessel Task Team and Vessel Function Team,
-PIP Refractory Function Team,
He has 20 years of experience with CB&I in the design, analysis and fabrication of pressure vessels, including refinery turnarounds. He has an additional 22 years of experience with UOP (process licensor) in the design, analysis and fabrication of pressure vessels, including refinery turnarounds.
Over the years he attained expert knowledge of the ASME Codes Sections VIII Divisions 1 and 2 and the Repair codes NBIC, API 510, API 579 and post construction codes. He also attained expertise in related international codes. His work included training of new Engineers. He has 8 patents in applicable areas.
His work included domestic and international locations. He presently performs consulting services to the pressure vessel industry.