Licensed professional engineer, specializing in metallurgy, metals manufacturing and processing, and statistics. Have made significant technical contributions in the areas of materials testing, process development and product applications. Served as an expert witness in several court cases related to materials failures.
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Also have extensive college level teaching and administration experience at both 2 year and 4 year schools. Teaching experience includes classes in statistics, operations research, reliability, metallurgy and materials...
Raymond F. Mignogna, P.E.
2709 Daffodil Court, The Villages, FL 32162 %u2013 PH/VM: 352-638-2072 %u2013 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
LICENSED PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER
Extensive technical background. Expert in the mechanical behavior of metals, metals manufacturing processes, materials testing, quality, and statistics, with over 40 years of total experience. Over 25 years of residential and commercial building inspection experience, encompassing over 1,000 residential inspections. Substantial experience in conducting failure investigations of materials and components, and have served as an expert witness in court cases.
Systems approach to engineering, including the development of plantwide quality programs, materials testing and development programs, and project management of capital improvement design programs. Have held tenured faculty appointments at both 4 and 2 year colleges.
As an engineer, developed new processes for the manufacture and testing of steel alloys and products. Pioneered new thermal spray coatings, wire& tubular products, and materials testing methods. Contributed to the development of nuclear power plant component manufacturing techniques, including pumps, valves, and refueling equipment. Served as project manager for the design phase of over $100 million in capital construction projects.
Designed, developed and installed PC based software for Gantt chart and structural engineering applications as a consultant to industry. Specific...
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