Expert in Electrical/Mechanical Apparatus, DC, AC, Motors, Obsolete, Antique, Habitual Failures or Performance
Expert ID: 724876 Missouri, USA
He has the knowledge to not only repair, he has developed and was the Instructor for many classes to specific industries and the specific types of motors related to those industries.
For example HVAC Industries, Elevator Industries, as the motors used in HVAC are in most installations completely different than those used in the Elevator Industry.
Expert is accomplished as not only an alternating current motor mechanic, repair Technician, Diagnostician, and windings, but in the re-design of particular motors for specific applications or the re-design of motors that previously were habitual maintenance issues, by lack of torque, speed, horsepower, or other parameters that prevented the normal and adequate operation of the driven equipment.
Expert designed motors for the Government that were plagued with failure issues for decades.
As the hundreds of units which were the main driver of di-pole rotating antennas, Expert used the existing single phase, synchronous, permanent split capacitor motor frame, converted it to three phase induction, added a proprietary single to three phase converter in the assembly, with a variable frequency drive that held the antenna at it it's required synchronous speed. The new design eliminated the heat and habitual failures that were a constant, expensive issue in keeping the system in operation.
Sizing and selection of alternating current motors is a complex issue of mounting considerations, including shaft sizes, application, voltage and ambient conditions, enclosures and other parameters too numerous to mention.
|Year: 1980||Degree: Vibration Analyst I and II||Subject: Vibration and Balance of Rotating Equipment||Institution: Maintenance Engineers Association|
|Year: 1989||Degree: Electrical Motor Design, Redesign and Repair||Subject: Electrical Motors and Controls||Institution: Electrical Apparatus Service Association|
|Year: 1986||Degree: Electrical and Electronic Applications||Subject: Electronics, Digital Logic, Electrical Control||Institution: Herndon Technical Education|
|Year: 1990||Degree: Computer Operation and Repair||Subject: Computers||Institution: Penn Valley College|
|Year: 1992||Degree: Business Operation and Communications||Subject: Business and Customer Relations||Institution: Herndon Vocational and Technical Institute|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: President EMR Inc, President Mear Services||Department: Undisclosed|
Responsibilities:He is responsible for the start up, day to day operations, P&L, Purchasing, AP, AR, HR, Employee Relations, Management of both Union and Non Union Facilities
|Years: 1974 to 2003||Employer: Undisclosed||Title: Vice President||Department: Undisclosed|
Responsibilities:He was Manager of all Headquarters Shop Operations, Management of Department Heads and 8 Branch Managers and Locations
|Years: 2003 to Present||Agency: DOC||Role: Contract Administration and Sales||Description:|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Agency: NAVY||Role: Contract Acquisition and Management||Description:|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Agency: National Reconditioning Center||Role: Contract Acquisition and Management||Description:|
|Years: 2003 to Present||Agency: Air Force||Role: Contract negotiations and Management||Description:|
|Expert Witness Experience|
|He was and is involved in resolving pretrial suits, Expert testimoney in Product injury cases, [non employer products] He has been obtained to testify in person, by phone and offer opinion on the possibilies of actual causes of plantiffs, by phone, mail or in person defending the product or giving information on the probability of actual claim validity|
|Training / Seminars|
|Trained and provided onsite assistance to the Elevator Industry, Sheet metal, Boiler and Crane/Heavy lifting industries. Customer Relations Seminars Identifying top Critical business Relations strategies and implementation|
|Negotiates with small to large vendors on pricing, delivery, discounts, consignment, contractual strategies, price comparison, importance of vendor relations|
|He is involved as President of two C-Corporations, deciding on employee status, outsourcing, Contractors, Corporate Employees, negotiation with Union Contacts, compensation, Incentive plans, insurance, from hands on to top management|
|Other Relevant Experience|
|He is experienced for over thirty years in all employee relations, decisions on Contracting individual employees, outsourcing, medical, work place environment, conflict management. He is well respected by many business associations, from vendors to payment strategies, banking and finance, day to day operation, all policies, tremendous people skills and insight, importance of vendors as bankers, value pricing, profit and capital management. He has many personal and professional references.|
Fields of Expertise
alternating-current motor, direct-current motor, electric motor prototyping, electrical machinery redesign, entrepreneurship, small business, startup, three-phase induction machine repair, electromechanics, antique, business process management, business, electrical overstress, business ethics, cross-functional team, design of experiments, self-directed work team, limit switch, electrical wire, three-phase induction motor repair, three-phase induction generator repair, three-phase induction machine manufacturing, three-phase induction motor application, three-phase induction machine application, three-phase induction generator application, relay contact, switch contact, toggle switch, industrial sensor, miniature alternating-current motor, work team, organizational development, high-voltage wire, velocity sensor, power tool, electromagnetic rotor, electrical machinery maintenance, electric current measurement, electric conductor failure, direct-current motor heat loss, thermal sensor, employee empowerment, magnetic circuit, alternating current, direct current, machine capability study, direct-current motor application, daily work quality improvement, interaction, contract, direct-current motor development, controller, personal protection equipment, series motor, redesign process, electric motor control, alternating-current to direct-current converter, alternating-current to alternating-current conversion, direct-current to alternating-current conversion, alternating-current frequency divider, alternating-current motor drive, hazardous chemical, marketing, single-phase rectifier, contact rectifier, electronic rectifying element, engineering, rotary transformer, electric switch, operating system, full-wave rectifier, failure analysis, electrostatic discharge, electromechanical control, electrical connector, electric circuit, durability, circuit breaker