Senior Staff Engineer & Flow Measurement Instructor
Eric joined the CEESI staff in 2008 as a staff engineer. He earned his BS in Bio-Chemical Engineering from the University of Colorado in 1983 and has worked in the flow measurement field for over thirty years. Recently he designed an extension to the wet gas/multiphase facility to inject custom liquids (hydrocarbon condensates, MEG, and salt water mixtures) into a natural gas stream. His other recent projects include: velocity profile mapping, special Pitot tube calibrations, Critical Flow Venturi (CFV) calibrations of gas meter standards and flare gas meters, and testing Coriolis meter diagnostics. Eric has taught CEESI flow measurement training courses, written papers for the North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop, and presented data at the CEESI Ultrasonic Meter User’s Workshop. He has also made contributions to API 22.3 Testing Protocol for Flare Gas Metering. Before joining CEESI, Eric worked at Dieterich Standard, Flow Systems Inc., and was an engineering manager at Veris Inc. He holds several patents related to flow measurement, lead numerous training programs, and has considerable experience in field installation of DP meters. His application knowledge extends from cryogenic LNG to main header steam in power plants, has experience in exotic materials for corrosive environments, and high pressure designs exceeding 10,000 psi. He has designed and built flow meters, piping systems, pressure vessels, and instrumentation to ASME B31.1, B31.3, and NACE. He has written and qualified weld procedures to ASME section IX, supplied products to the nuclear power industry, and implemented ISO-9000 programs. Eric has designed and built numerous air, water, and natural gas flow test stands and facilities.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME)
American Petroleum Institute (API)
B.S. Bio-Chemical Engineering, University of Colorado
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