To obtain employment as a Mechanical Stress Engineer in Piping Design / Mechanical Engineer in Piping Design / Mechanical Engineer with a growing company to further develop skills in a fast paced environment, and to work in a competitive engineering team.
Performing and checking of pipe stress analysis calculations for various process piping and them reports for chemical and petrochemical plants (downstream and midstream), refinery plants (downstream and upstream) and thermal power plants, in accordance with the applicable codes ASME B31.3-Process Piping Code, or ASME B31.1 – Power Piping Code, ASME B31.8-Gas Transmission and Distribution Piping Systems, ASME B31.4-Pipeline Transportation Systems for Liquids and Slurries, EN-13480-3 Metallic Industrial Piping and Project Procedures / Standards or client’s standards on safety and quality control, within the assigned man-hour budgets and schedules; Improve the piping layout in order to provide an adequate piping flexibility to fulfill the requirements for piping stresses according rules of design codes, allowable equipments nozzles loads, flanges stresses/leakage, piping supports loads taking in account the piping design requirements and process requirements; Performing flange stress/leakage calculations (joint verification) for critical lines or for lines which contain hazardous fluids, function of rating, pressure, design temperature and pipe diameter using ASME code (ASME/ANSI B16.5, ASME Sect. VIII) or the method of equivalent pressure (Peq); Performing commissioning and checking activities for the first loading of the terminal by a LNG ship for the assignment in Swinoujcie, on Poland – LNG Terminal – PLNG project; Performing the analysis of critical lines using analogical methods of calculation or nomograms, apart the pipe stress calculations for the critical lines done with Caesar II FEA software; Calculate and distribute to the Civil Dept. all the loads which are acting on the structures from the plant, including pipe rack, big or small structures, platforms or other structural supports which include the necessity of implication of Civil Dept.; Distribute stress requirements to piping designers with the lay down of the adequate corrective actions for piping design improvement; Managing all the stress activities and responsibilities for entire Hot FEED in FCC Project, by trouble shooting any encountered problems for stress analysis and supporting issues of the project; Performing and keeping a data base for the critical lines, regarding the parameters and all the necessary information about them (critical line list);
Managing all the stress activities and responsibilities for the unit 2800 and performing the verification of the work done by external contractors, which include also the collaboration with clients and the external contractors; Performing branch connection typology. Performing engineering activities for the piping systems of the sites (engineering evaluation; detail design; engineering support for field installation); Performing the design for the miscellaneous piece, engine part, tubing connection, joint piece, fastening piece, engaging piece, obturator, wheel blank, articulation piece, breechblock, catch member, filling piece, threaded piece and rubberized cork moulding Plant design for petrochemical and oil industry (plant and equipment layout, plot plan) and piping and layout engineering (3D model, isometrics, P&IDs mechanisation, establishment of test packs, material take-off for piping element and supports), designing yard piping, metallic structures and underground system engineering. Performing Time Schedule and budget development of project stress analysis activities according to assigned resources and project duration; Coordination with mechanical, civil, process and design departments, closely with interdisciplinary liaison for streamlines of stress related activities; Identification of deviation in job scope and estimation of magnitude in change; Ensuring field assistance for erection of piping projects and managing technical issues in site during site surveys and take actions, for the revamping projects in existing installation or new project.
Managing all the stress activities and responsibilities for the units 38 and 39 (from Samir project); Study of piping arrangement, MTO and 3D model for the pilot plant for hydrogen production from methane on pilot project Catalitic Partial Oxidation of Methane – Milazzo, Italy; Establishing general plot plan and 3D model for bid of Sonahess (El Gassi) project; Performing first piping MTO (Material Take Off), underground study and MTO for bidding on the Minatitlan Project, Mexic – Unit 24 of HDS (extraction of sulphur components from Diesel); Performing the delimitation of hydraulic test circuits for the projects Sannazzaro de Burgondi – Gasification Plant, Italy and Mellitah Gas Plant, Libya.
Performing the design for the replacement part, working piece, interconnecting piece, adapting piece, piece of installation, guide piece, portion of line, driver, chief constituent, stock, accessory, stationary part, setting-up piece, test piece, rotating part.
• A skilled Mechanical Engineer in Stress Analysis of Piping with over 10 years of international experience, including mechanical design expertise; • Good problem-solving skills and a creative approach for new ideas; • Fast learner, always eager to learn new things and persevering in the accumulation of new knowledge; • Resourceful, analytical and detail-driven individual with the ability to prioritise and plan effectively; • Familiar with main international design standards (API, ANSI, ASME, EN etc.); • Good capacity for adaptability to any new challenge which can occur in the initial programming of compliance with quality results; • Successfully respond in stressful situations; quick decision capacity; • Interpersonal and emotional intelligence Specially software for design and analysis of piping systems with finite elements: CAESAR II from v4.4 until CAESAR II v6.10 (expert) and FE-Pipe (basic level), NozzlePRO (basic level), FE-SIF (basic level), FE-Bend (basic level), Cosmos (basic level), Ansys (notions level); EIM (Engineering Integration Manager); MSOffice, MATLAB; CAD’s software family: AutoCAD (from R14 until 2010) 2D and 3D, Microstation VJ6, V7 and V8; SPR (Smart Plant Review) and Navisworks; Mechanical Desktop, Catia (basic level), Solid Works (notions level), Inventor (notions level);